News You Can Use for October 22, 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 Sunday, October 22, 2017.

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The Obama administration’s Uranium One scandal should be rocking Washington, D.C. but the media blackout has masked the shocking nature of the scandal.

White House chief of staff John Kelly’ just did something that is very hard to do… he shamed a shameless media.

Senate minority leader, Chuck Schumer (D-NY) is warning his fellow Democrats to keep their mouths closed on the subject of gun control or they’ll suffer the consequences.

The Democrats should be terrified by the possibility that they could lose the Governor’s race in Virginia.

Certainly the Democrats are the ones with the most to lose. The party has had a year to craft the perfect message offering voters an alternative to the Republicans in power. Have they succeeded? Maybe. If not, the rejection could be almost as bad as the pain they were dealt nationally last year. Once again, a race easily within their grasp could slip through their fingers because they failed to excite their base.

The State Department is undermining President Trump agenda.

In government today, the maxim that “personnel is policy” is truer than ever. As a result, the State Department mirrors the management style not of its leader, but of Tillerson’s chief aides who are at odds with the president’s stated foreign policy agenda.

What we know and what remains unknown about North Korea.

President George W. Bush spent some time earlier this week bashing President Trump without seeing the irony that he is directly responsible for President Trump’s election.

Uh-oh. Spain is moving to remove the leadership in Catalonia, and looking to take direct control of the rebellious region.

Mass migration is revealing itself to be the “straw that breaks” Europe’s back.

A coffee shop in Massachusetts was forced to shut down for an “anti-cop” Facebook post, but the post wasn’t actually reflective of the coffee shop’s beliefs.

A secret psychopath test could become very useful for those using dating apps to meet new people.

New scientific research has discovered that dogs seemingly display their “puppy dog eyes” in response to the mood of the people around them… not because they’re begging for food.

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