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GOP Strategist Quits 'Corrupt' Party Of 'Feckless Cowards,' Will Vote For Democrats

GOP Strategist Quits 'Corrupt' Party Of 'Feckless Cowards,' Will Vote For Democrats Veteran GOP strategist Steve Schmidt renounced his Republican Party membership


6 Keto Recipes To Help You Survive Summer

6 Keto Recipes To Help You Survive Summer If you haven't heard about keto, you may be living under a rock.


Rachel Maddow Struggles To Read Report Of Babies Sent To 'Tender Age' Shelters

Rachel Maddow Struggles To Read Report Of Babies Sent To 'Tender Age' Shelters MSNBC host Rachel Maddow tried to share a breaking story from The Associated


Canada just legalized weed, and it's looking better every day

Canada just legalized weed, and it's looking better every day Canada just legalized marijuana nationwide.  In a historic vote on Tuesday, the Senate approved Bill C-45. Also known as the Cannabis Act, Bill C-45 legalizes weed possession and sales for adults, and allows up to four marijuana plants per household. The bill previously passed in the House of Commons.  SEE ALSO: We hitched a ride on Potlandia, a dispensary touring 'cannabus' Like statewide legalization in the United States, it'll be a while before people can just walk into a shop and order up a nice eighth. Each province is implementing different aspects of the bill in the next 8 to 12 weeks — while the federal government has jurisdiction over parts like illegal sales to minors and assigning licenses to growers, it's up to the provinces to manage retail sales and distribution laws.  Adults will be allowed to possess up to 30 grams of marijuana, and products will be sold in plain packaging with labels that are clearly marked. Provincial governments can also establish stricter rules like limiting home growth. Three provinces have already expressed plans to ban home growth altogether, according to CBC.  Canada's federal government started the arduous journey to legalization in April 2017. In a press release, the government of Canada admitted that "the current approach to cannabis does not work."  It’s been too easy for our kids to get marijuana - and for criminals to reap the profits. Today, we change that. Our plan to legalize & regulate marijuana just passed the Senate. #PromiseKept — Justin Trudeau (@JustinTrudeau) June 20, 2018 "It has allowed criminals and organized crime to profit, while failing to keep cannabis out of the hands of Canadian youth," the statement said. "In many cases, it is easier for our kids to buy cannabis than cigarettes." Justin Trudeau tweeted that because it's too easy for kids to buy weed, "criminals reap the profits."  The Canadian government planned for retail sales to start in the beginning of July, but the start date was pushed because the Senate required more time to review the bill. Now that it's passed through both houses of Parliament, Trudeau has to decide the date when legalization is official.  Senator Tony Dean, who sponsored the Cannabis Act, called the legislation's passing "transformative social policy."  "A brave move on the part of the government," he told CBC.  Canada is the second country behind Uruguay to legalize cannabis for adults at the national level. Currently, nine states and Washington D.C. have legalized cannabis for adults in some form in The United States, but marijuana remains illegal under federal law.  President Donald Trump has previously hinted that he would support an effort to end the federal ban on marijuana.  WATCH: Is marijuana legal? The confusing state of America's laws


Man Accused Of Making $1.3 Million In Fraudulent Walmart Returns

Man Accused Of Making $1.3 Million In Fraudulent Walmart Returns Arizona police have arrested a man for allegedly swindling more than 1,000


25 Old-School Photos Of Disney Parks, Just Because

25 Old-School Photos Of Disney Parks, Just Because As the Disney parks gear up for an inevitably busy summer, we wanted to take a


U.S. Ambassador Nikki Haley Delivers Remarks on Leaving the Human Rights Council

U.S. Ambassador Nikki Haley Delivers Remarks on Leaving the Human Rights Council U.S. Ambassador To The UN Nikki Haley delivers remarks on leaving the U.N. Human Rights Council.


Authorities: 3 dead in shooting outside a Walmart in Alabama

Authorities: 3 dead in shooting outside a Walmart in Alabama TALLASSEE, Ala. (AP) — A gunman crashed into a vehicle outside a Walmart store on Tuesday morning, opening fire and killing two women before taking his own life, authorities said.


Holocaust Survivors Condemn Family Separations At The Border

Holocaust Survivors Condemn Family Separations At The Border Reports of family separations at the U.S.-Mexico border have sparked outrage


Best Bites: Tacos 4 Ways

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Patrolling the border, where immigrants wait to be caught

Patrolling the border, where immigrants wait to be caught Photojournalist Sergio Flores recounts his day with U.S. Border Patrol near McAllen, Texas.


Camilo Pardo's One-of-One Ford GT Is for Sale

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Fruits and Vegetables: How Much Is a Serving?

Fruits and Vegetables: How Much Is a Serving? We teach you how to determine serving sizes of fruits and vegetables to help you reach your recommended daily amount.


Lawsuit claims Kansas official exposed private voter data

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XXXTentacion death: False claims and conspiracy theories suggesting rapper still alive spread across social media

XXXTentacion death: False claims and conspiracy theories suggesting rapper still alive spread across social media False reports claiming rapper XXXTentacion is still alive are spreading across the internet. The singer, born Jahseh Dwayne Onfroy, was shot dead as he shopped for motorcyles in Miami. In a statement released on Twitter, the Broward Sheriff's Office said: "The adult male that was taken to the hospital has been pronounced dead.


Meghan McCain Calls Out Ivanka Trump's Silence On Family Separation Policy

Meghan McCain Calls Out Ivanka Trump's Silence On Family Separation Policy Meghan McCain blasted Ivanka Trump on Tuesday for remaining silent on the


2019 Ford Mustang Bullitt: Here Are the Options

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2-Year-Old Gets Through Pool Safety Gate With Ease to Highlight Importance of Child Supervision

2-Year-Old Gets Through Pool Safety Gate With Ease to Highlight Importance of Child Supervision The Wyman family posted the video to Facebook to show the importance of keeping a close eye on your children around the pool.


US soldier who said ‘communism will win’ and wore Che Guevara T-shirt to graduation kicked out of army

US soldier who said ‘communism will win’ and wore Che Guevara T-shirt to graduation kicked out of army A US cadet who donned a Che Guevera T-shirt to his graduation in and shared a message online which said “communism will win” has been discharged from the army. In the video, Spenser Rapone opens his dress uniform to reveal a T-shirt with a red image of Argentine Marxist Ernesto ‘Che’ Guevara – one of the world’s most famous revolutionaries in one of the photos which were taken at his graduation in May 2016. The 26-year-old, a cadet at US Military Academy West Point, raises his fist and flips over his cap to expose a hand-written message saying “communism will win” in another image.


Trump administration puts skimpy health insurance plans in place

Trump administration puts skimpy health insurance plans in place Health providers, insurers and medical groups have warned that the plans could drive up premiums and make insurance unaffordable for some people by siphoning off healthy consumers who want cheaper coverage, leaving behind a sicker patient pool with higher medical costs in Obamacare plans. The finalized rule is the Trump administration’s most recent effort to provide consumers with alternatives to Obamacare, former Democratic President Barack Obama’s signature domestic policy achievement.


He was once a leading Trump supporter. Now this Mexican-American lawyer denounces his policy on migrant children

He was once a leading Trump supporter. Now this Mexican-American lawyer denounces his policy on migrant children Jake Monty, a former member of Donald Trump's National Hispanic Advisory Council, said it’s troubling to see the Trump administration let the fate of undocumented immigrants be determined by a political agenda.


U.S. State Dept. hosts 'Family Travel Hacks' Facebook Live as if that's a totally fine thing to do right now

U.S. State Dept. hosts 'Family Travel Hacks' Facebook Live as if that's a totally fine thing to do right now In times of crisis, one would hope the U.S. Department of State would know how to respond accordingly. Sadly, not this time. On Tuesday, rather than showing any compassion for the nearly 2,000 children who have been separated from their parents at the border due to the Trump administration's "zero-tolerance" immigration policy, the State Department decided to hold a fun Facebook Live. The almost 50-minute-long "Family Travel Hacks" Q&A encouraged people to ask about "applying for U.S. passports for kids, document requirements, and tips to make sure your vacation this summer goes smoothly." Though, predictably, many used the opportunity to share their upset at the fact that families are being separated at the border. SEE ALSO: 7 activist groups supporting families at the border that need your help right now Below, you can watch the full video, where two white representatives of the State Department — Carl and Kim, who work in Passport Services — happily talk about traveling families like it's no big deal.  Both Carl and Kim go on to joyously explain they're each parents who have had great experiences with obtaining passports for their children — something I'm sure can't be said by the parents of the distraught children who are currently being held in detention centers.  They even thought it wise to hold up their children's passport photos in admiration SEVERAL TIMES. Here are just some of the many comments from angry and appalled people watching the live stream, wondering how the U.S. State Department could be so upbeat and tone deaf at a time like this. Needless to say, people were NOT pleased with the timing of this Facebook Live.  If you too, are tired of the lack of action being taken to to help families at the border, check out our guide on how to help. WATCH: Kim Kardashian is in, but these people were uninvited from the White House


'Wolf-Like' Animal That Baffled Officials Turns Out To Be A Regular Wolf

'Wolf-Like' Animal That Baffled Officials Turns Out To Be A Regular Wolf The mystery of a seemingly bizarre "wolf-like" creature that was shot and


Ford And John Cena Settle GT Lawsuit, Money Going To Charity

Ford And John Cena Settle GT Lawsuit, Money Going To Charity Hustle, loyalty, and respect don't get you far in a court of law.


People Are Praising This State Police Trooper Who Pulled Over a Slow Driver in the Left Lane

People Are Praising This State Police Trooper Who Pulled Over a Slow Driver in the Left Lane She had 20 cars behind her


You Listened To Children Crying At The Border. Sheriffs Listened To Kirstjen Nielsen.

You Listened To Children Crying At The Border. Sheriffs Listened To Kirstjen Nielsen. NEW ORLEANS -- As the debate over whether migrant children should be taken


Malaysia murder case linked to Najib 'may be re-opened'

Malaysia murder case linked to Najib 'may be re-opened' A probe into the sensational murder of a young woman linked to Malaysia's ousted leader could be re-opened, a lawyer said Tuesday, after a meeting between the victim's father and the attorney-general. Altantuya Shaariibuu was shot dead and her body blown up with military-grade plastic explosives near Kuala Lumpur in 2006. The Mongolian's murder was the most shocking aspect in a scandal involving allegations that an associate of recently ousted premier Najib Razak arranged huge kickbacks for the purchase of French submarines in 2002.


BMW M4 GTS Spied Testing With Extreme Aero Kit

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South Korea Defense Ministry Confirms Suspension of Joint U.S.-South Korea Military Drills Originally Planned for August

South Korea Defense Ministry Confirms Suspension of Joint U.S.-South Korea Military Drills Originally Planned for August The South Korean Defense Ministry confirmed Tuesday that their major military exercise with the US planned for August has been suspended.


Senate FBI hearing takes twists and turns, including a 'wangdoodle' reference

Senate FBI hearing takes twists and turns, including a 'wangdoodle' reference It was not, perhaps, the most somber moment in the history of the U.S. Senate. In the midst of reciting a list of complaints about FBI agents allegedly swayed by their own anti-Trump animus, Sen. John Kennedy R-La., had to engage in a subtle act of censorship.


Emilia Clarke Says Goodbye To ‘Game Of Thrones’ In A Heartfelt Post

Emilia Clarke Says Goodbye To ‘Game Of Thrones’ In A Heartfelt Post The Breaker of Chains has broken our hearts.


Judge cancels hearing in Stormy Daniels case against Trump, Cohen

Judge cancels hearing in Stormy Daniels case against Trump, Cohen According to an order issued on Monday, U.S. District Judge James Otero decided it was unnecessary to hear arguments on the request by Daniels' lawyer Michael Avenatti to lift a 90-day stay imposed on April 28. In imposing the stay, the judge cited the potential overlap between Daniels' lawsuit and a separate criminal probe by federal prosecutors in Manhattan that he said could result in Cohen's indictment.


Amid outrage over children, White House defends immigration policy

Amid outrage over children, White House defends immigration policy By Lisa Lambert and Makini Brice WASHINGTON (Reuters) - The Trump administration on Monday defended its hardline immigration policy at the U.S.-Mexico border as criticism mounted over detained immigrant parents being separated from their children, including video of youngsters sitting in concrete-floored cages. While Democrats blasted such treatment as "barbaric" and some Republicans also voiced concerns, Department of Homeland Security Secretary Kirstjen Nielsen said the administration was only strictly enforcing immigration law. "This administration did not create a policy of separating families at the border.


Federal Judge Strikes Down Kansas Proof Of Citizenship Law

Federal Judge Strikes Down Kansas Proof Of Citizenship Law A federal judge on Monday permanently blocked Kansas from requiring people to


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Trump family separation policy becomes focus of national outrage

Trump family separation policy becomes focus of national outrage Rep. Beto O'Rourke talks with Rachel Maddow about a Father's Day protest march he organized at the site of Trump's "tent city" camp for migrant kids in Tornillo, Texas, and the plight of migrant families being persecuted by the Trump administration.


President Of American Academy Of Pediatrics Calls Trump Border Policy 'Child Abuse'

President Of American Academy Of Pediatrics Calls Trump Border Policy 'Child Abuse' The children separated from their parents at the border are experiencing


Second Motor Will Add $5000 to Tesla Model 3’s Price

Second Motor Will Add $5000 to Tesla Model 3’s Price Musk: Top-of-the-line Model 3 will “beat anything in its class on the track.”


British Man Accidentally Kills Himself While Demonstrating 'Stab-Proof' Vest

British Man Accidentally Kills Himself While Demonstrating 'Stab-Proof' Vest Jordan Easton mistakenly thought he was wearing a vest that was 'stab-proof,' authorities said.