News You Can Use for October 31, 2016

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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 Monday, October 31, 2016.

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Hillary Clinton finally responded to the FBI’s decision to renew their investigation… and it was completely inadequate.

Julian Assange shamed James Comey and the FBI into action.

Donald Trump’s campaign team is searching for the homeless woman who was defending his star on Hollywood’s Walk of fame, in an effort to repay her for her kindness. The woman was assaulted on Thursday by a crowd of hateful anti-Trumpers.

The Clinton Foundation’s disgusting pay-to-play scandal is possibly the worst thing ever.

Ted Cruz is wondering if the FBI will finally hold Hillary Clinton accountable this time?

Do Americans really want to put a criminal into the White House? This is our most perilous moment since WWII.

A federal judge has asked the Obama administration to explain why they’ve decided to refuse entry to Syrian refugees who happen to be Christian.

There he goes again, President Obama is threatening to veto a bill that would provide much needed support for our military because it also protects religious freedom.

A politically correct school has no problem telling Christians, conservatives, and white students to be silent about their political views… but they refuse to tell racist black students to silence their hate speech.

Republican icon Tom Tancredo argues that Hillary Clinton should step aside now to avoid plunging our nation into a constitutional crisis.

Some Democrat supporters of Hillary Clinton are furious with her for once again getting caught breaking federal law with her private email server.

Three theories on why the FBI re-opened their investigation into Hillary Clinton.

Three more charges of voter fraud filed in Florida and Virginia.

The Syrian Civil War is over… and Russia won.

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