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News You Can Use for May 6, 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 Saturday, May 6, 2017.

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Republican Cathy McMorris Rodgers explains that pre-existing conditions are the exact reason that she voted to repeal Obamacare with the GOP’s latest bill.

Senator Rand Paul (R-KY) thinks the Obama administration may have been spying on him too, and now he’s taking measures to find out whether or not it’s true.

“I have formally requested from the WH and the Intel Committees info on whether I was surveilled by Obama admin and or the Intel community!” Paul tweeted Friday.

Pollsters argue that FBI Director James Comey had little to no impact on the presidential race.

Fox News is still suffering an onslaught of lawsuits and government inquiries.

No, the GOP did not make rape a “pre-existing” condition.

President Trump keeps winning – and the legislature is starting to catch on to the formula.

Obama’s legacy is in BIG trouble and that is nothing but good news for America and the world.

Uh-oh. Bad news for the haters in the Trump-Russia conspiracy theory camp… FBI Director James Comey just destroyed all of the conspiracy theories during a hearing on the issue.

The 2016 campaign is the election that never ends…

Both Joe Biden and John Kasich are dreaming of 2020 when they hope to take the White House from the man neither believes is fit to be President. Here’s the problem, there’s not much evidence that America would prefer them to President Trump.

Could the end of the Senate filibuster lead to a constitutional crisis?

Curt Schilling says that Baltimore Orioles player Adam Jones is lying about being taunted with racial epithets while playing in Boston.

Surprise! Anti-vaccine activists in Minnesota have sparked the worst outbreak of measles America has seen in… a very long time.

Netflix just edited an old episode of Bill Nye’s TV show because it presented a scientific explanation for gender that is at odds with his now politically correct (and non-scientific) beliefs about gender.

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