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News You Can Use for January 8, 2018

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We’ve gathered a short list of some of what we think are the most important headlines of the day and placed them all right here for you.

So without further ado, here’s the News you can Use for Monday, January 8, 2018.

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Get ready for the USA’s economic liftoff.

Things might be crazy in Washington, D.C. but we are still way better off with Trump than we would have been with Clinton.

Obama and his supporters should be crying ‘uncle’ already.

Canadians shocked to learn that raising the minimum wage actually has a NEGATIVE impact on their lower wage earners.

There have been recent calls to separate Breitbart from Steve Bannon, but is that really possible?

Steve Bannon has apologized for the quotes attributed to him in the new Michael Wolff book that targets the Trump administration. He also offered praise to both the President and his son, Donald Trump, Jr.

Mandalay Bay’s staff interacted with the Las Vegas shooter more than 10 different times in the days before the horrible October 1st mass shooting.

The leftwing media is still trying to find ways to connect Trump team members to the Russians, and those attempts continue to be feeble, at best. The latest target is Ivanka Trump. Why? Because she may have reportedly said ‘hello’ or ‘goodbye’ to a Russian lawyer as she left a meeting with other Trump team members.

The torment of FCC Chairman Ajit Pai.

CNN’s Jake Tapper just had a fascinating trainwreck of an interview with White House Senior Adviser Stephen Miller.

The Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences (AMPAS) were quick to ban Harvey Weinstein in the wake of the sexual assault and harassment allegations against him. But now they may be regretting their stance because they may also be forced to ban dozens of other members after a new flood of ugly revelations.

Iran’s protesters are looking for one thing from their government – accountability.

The United States is concerned about blowback from piling pressure on the Pakistani government to crack down on their militant extremist population.

A man called 911 on himself on New Years Eve, telling the dispatcher that he was too drunk to be driving… but that’s exactly what he was doing.

Liberals actually want schools to ban kids from having best friends.

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