News You Can Use for July 18, 2017

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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 Tuesday, July 18, 2017.

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The progressive left is turning hatred, racism, and anti-Semitism into an artform.

If the GOP doesn’t repeal Obamacare the voters will revolt against them come election time.

The GOP can deliver two major victories before Labor Day if they can pass the healthcare bill and major tax reform.

Let me ask you a question – if you’re running a campaign and someone tells you that you have proof of Hillary Clinton’s crimes, would you listen to what they had to say?

Could a last minute change to Senator Ted Cruz’s (R-TX) Healthcare bill amendment keep his ally Senator Mike Lee (R-UT) from signing on in support of the bill?

South Korea’s new government proposes military talks with North Korea in an effort to rein in the insanity that is boiling over in Pyongyang.

The New Yorker traveled America to find how President Trump is transforming rural America.

President Trump himself may hold the fate of Jared Kushner’s security clearance in his hands.

The voters in Venezuela have overwhelmingly voted against changing their nation’s Constitution and they voted against socialist President Maduro plans for the nation.

Satire? MSNBC’s Joe Scarborough recently called Sean Hannity’s Fox News show “state-run television.”

Police in a suburb of Minneapolis are embroiled in yet another scandal after they shot and killed an unarmed woman who had called them to her home because of suspicious activity.

The censor-happy Chinese government has banned Winnie the Pooh.

An Australian man’s “time capsule” letter that he left buried in a wall has been dug up and it revealed some startingly accurate predictions on the future of our planet and the scourge of Radical Islam.

Oh no! An American Airlines flight was forced to evacuate after one of the passengers “passed gas” causing others on the flight become ill with nausea and headaches.

Wow. This is incredible. 🇺🇸

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