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News You Can Use for October 14, 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, October 14, 2017.

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America is divided, but that division is what keeps the Democrat Party from dying… which is why they’re constantly feeding us more division.

Over the span of just a couple of days this week, President Trump made three very important, very controversial, and very correct decisions about Obamacare, Iran, and the United Nations.

President Trump struck a massive blow for healthcare freedom earlier this week.

The president should keep going. What’s next? Trump should use his discretion to stop enforcing the tax penalty on those who don’t buy ObamaCare-compliant plans, including buyers of short-term plans.

Then he should cancel the sweetheart deal his predecessor weaseled for members of Congress and their staff members.

It’s about time Trump ended those terrible Obamacare subsidies.

White House Chief of Staff John Kelly had a very impressive media debut earlier this week.

North Korea’s “Rocket Men” haven’t been seen in a while, fueling speculation and worry that there could be another launch coming soon.

Ri Man-gon, supervisor of the department for the nuclear and missile development, and Kim Rak-gyom, the head of the strategic rocket forces, were noticeably missing at a Saturday mass rally in Pyongyang and a Tuesday celebration for the anniversary of the Worker’s Party of Korea, according to South Korean newspaper Chosun Ilbo.

A government-funded organization staff member told the publication there was “little chance” the top officials were removed from their positions because they were “praised for [recent] major achievements.”

“It’s highly likely that they were absent because they’d been given an important assignment,” the individual said.

George Clooney is the latest star to get caught up in the ongoing scandals over rampant sexual harassment and misbehavior in Hollywood. Fashion designer Donna Karan made a big mistake when she decided to speak up in defense of Harvey Weinstein.

A terrifying story of survival from the devastation of the California wildfires.

The mainstream print media continues to decline at an ever-increasing speed.

The University of Michigan invited Charles Murray to give a speech on their campus – guess what happened next.

Hillary Clinton is in talks to become a professor at Columbia University.

Baseball is still breaking hearts even after more than a 125 years of storied history.

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