News You Can Use for October 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 Wednesday, October 18, 2017.

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This is the biggest news from Tuesday – The Hill has uncovered that the FBI knew of a Russian bribery scheme that implicated Hillary Clinton and many of her closest compatriots BEFORE the Obama administration approved of a controversial nuclear deal with Russia. The investigation links Bill, Hillary, Robert Mueller and others on the left to the dastardly Russian spies.

You may not like the President, but the things he’s done have strengthened the checks and balances of our constitutional government. He’s actually used his position to limit himself, not to expand his power.

Could the Harvey Weinstein sex scandal finally change the secretive and disgusting culture that currently runs rampant in Hollywood?

Remember when Barbara Walters attacked a male victim of Hollywood’s disgusting sexual habits and no one cared?

A new academic article that questions the scientific merits of an old “implicit racial bias” test excoriates many on the left for embracing dubious science simply because it confirms their beliefs.

This is crazy. The latest poll of the Alabama special election Senate race due to take place on December 12th has the race neck-and-neck, with Republican Roy Moore tied with the far-left Doug Jones. It’s an incredibly surprising turn of events, considering that Alabama sided with President Trump by 28 points in 2016.

The GOP establishment is clueless, and Steve Bannon is going to take advantage of it. Some establishment candidates, particularly of the Democrat variety, are happy to hear about Bannon’s war on the GOP.

With ISIS in Syria and Iraq severely weakened and teetering on the edge of collapse, the US Military, under President Trump’s direction has begun laying siege to ISIS in Yemen.

NBC News embarrassed itself and killed its own credibility when they were caught killing their stories on Harvey Weinstein earlier this month.

That Bowe Bergdahl deal that Obama worked out, keeps looking worse and worse with every passing day.

We are in the midst of a sad dream deprivation epidemic. Americans loss of dreaming could have severe consequences for us in the future.

The Jacksonville Jaguars are apologizing to their fans for their horrendous behavior, but it may be too little too late. In fact, the entire NFL continues to suffer as Monday Night Football’s ratings were the worst so far this season.

So this is terrifying. Archaeologists have uncovered a trove of ancient bones in Peru that bear horrific injuries and prove that there was some kind of terrible ritual violence that would occur in the local culture.

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