News You Can Use for July 26, 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 Wednesday, July 26, 2017.

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On Obamacare repeal, failure is NOT an option for the GOP.

Whoa boy. Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) just listed out the most “un-American” cities in the nation, and liberals will not be happy about it.

A Senate panel will get to see Paul Manafort’s notes from the meeting with the Russian lawyer that he, Jared Kushner, and Donald Trump Jr. all attended.

Special counsel Robert Mueller is trumping Congress and proving once again that our leaders simply refuse to learn anything from their past mistakes.

The Russia investigation is a sham and the President should fire Robert Mueller.

In a win for liberty, a federal court in Washington, D.C. just ruled against the city and said that carrying guns in public is a “core” 2nd Amendment right.

British authorities “ran out the clock” on Baby Charlie Gard’s life. It was murder by refusal to act. The British hospital is now accusing American Doctor Michio Hirano, of offering “false hope” to the parents of baby Charlie.

Fox News pundit Katherine Timpf was assaulted on Monday night in Brooklyn where she was scheduled to speak at an event for local politician Ben Kissel.

The staff working on MSNBC’s Morning Joe is not happy with the way things are going as the hot-and-heavy relationship between their two leads continues to wreak havoc with the program. It also doesn’t help that the duo keep taking romantic vacations abroad, which forces the show to be produced from multiple locations making it even harder for things to run smoothly.

The Democrats “Better Deal” only shows that the Democrat Party has no idea why they keep losing.

The Sean Spicer parody Twitter account continues to be one of the funniest things on Twitter. The account has most recently been drawing the ire of liberals for its mockery of Hillary Clinton.

Great White Sharks are coming back to New York City.

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