News You Can Use for September 6, 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, September 6, 2017.

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Trending: Amid Global Turmoil, Iran Sends More Threats To US

The ongoing corruption trial for Senator Robert Menendez (D-NJ) could end up ensnaring other Democrats and weakening the party just in time for the 2018 elections.

Rescinding DACA is the right thing to do.

Gun rights activists have decried government databases in the past, but now liberals are finally starting to understand why they’re so dangerous. Thanks DACA.

A 20-week-old premature baby girl has died after the mother’s attempts to abort her failed.

The paper says: “Due to how early the baby was born, hospital staff were unable to intervene for legal reasons, so a midwife sat with her until she died a few hours later.”

To protect against the next Hurricane Harvey, forget zoning laws and start rolling back government meddling instead.

Watch and be stunned. The crew of MSNBC’s Morning Joe thought it was super funny to watch President Trump help out during the Hurricane Harvey relief efforts.

In the wake of a nurse’s arrest, one Utah Hospital is banning police officers from their patient-care areas. This decision is understandable, given the situation, but it could create bigger problems down the road.

Good news – most Russians do not support Putin’s ongoing efforts in Syria. Not that it will change his plans.

Special counsel Robert Mueller’s ongoing Russia investigation could end up pitting him and his team against Congress.

Hurricane Irma is a MONSTER.

Hurricane Irma is gaining strength and size as she barrels towards the United States. She is now a category 5 with maximum sustained winds of 175 mph, becoming the strongest hurricane in the Atlantic basin since 2007.

Labor unions have been weakening for decades, but thanks to gains by the GOP they’re more popular than they’ve been in 15 years.

A cop in Ohio recently shot an innocent photographer, but the photographer is asking that the authorities show mercy for the “accident.” It wasn’t an accident, per se, the officer meant to shoot… he just didn’t realize the photographer wasn’t a bad guy.

Could Chris Christie be the next Senator from New Jersey. 🇺🇸

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