News You Can Use for October 3, 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 Tuesday, October 3, 2017.

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Israel is the one nation that the Kurdish people have been able to consistently rely on for support.

Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu released a statement ahead of the referendum saying Israel “supports the legitimate efforts of the Kurdish people to attain a state of its own.”

At a conference on counter-terrorism last month, Israeli Minister of Justice Ayelet Shaked added her support, saying, “A free Kurdistan should be established, at least in Iraq. It is in the United States’ and Israel’s interest for this to happen. It is time for the US to support the process.”

The best foreign policy and national security minds in the Western world explain what the United States should be doing to contain Russia and Vladimir Putin.

The Supreme Court is about to embark on one of the most influential terms in our nation’s history. Get ready for the landmark decisions to begin rolling in.

The NFL’s owners are starting to get very worried about the ongoing drama from the player protests as every team has seen a surge in requests for ticket refunds and rapidly declining television ratings.

The Equifax data breach has hit 2.5 million more Americans that was initially reported, meaning that there are a lot of Americans whose personal information has been compromised.

The military that Barack Obama broke isn’t even able to expel traitors.

Was the Las Vegas shooter actually a multi-millionaire real estate investor?

The Weekly Standard wonders – just how ready is the American missile-defense program to defend the nation?

The VAST majority of Democrat voters support the Trump administration’s decision to rescind previous Title IX guidance, and reasserts the rights of due process for accused students.

Sure, Puerto Rico has some major problems… but Donald Trump isn’t one of them.

Roman Polanski has finally admitted that he’s a pedophile and a rapist, but the disgusting and aged monster still won’t say he’s “sorry.”

A new study says that there is NO indication that there is any health benefit to the trendy practice of eating one’s placenta.

Our prayers go out to Tom Petty’s family and his loved ones. The rocker passed away Monday night. 🇺🇸

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