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In An Increasingly Divided America, Everyone Agrees On One Thing: "Everyone Else Is Wrong"

A recent poll by the Wall Street Journal/NBC News confirmed what many Americans probably suspected: The US was a country rife with political, economic and cultural divisions long before President Trump rode down that escalator at Trump Tower in June 2015.

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In An Increasingly Divided America, Everyone Agrees On One Thing: "Everyone Else Is Wrong"

A recent poll by the Wall Street Journal/NBC News confirmed what many Americans probably suspected: The US was a country rife with political, economic and cultural divisions long before President Trump rode down that escalator at Trump Tower in June 2015.

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US Braces For ICBM Test As North Korean Holiday Begins

It is now Sept. 9 in North Korea, meaning the country’s celebration of the 69th anniversary of the creation of the North Korean state has officially begun. Last year, the country celebrated its 68th anniversary with its fifth nuclear test. This year, the US and South Korea are anticipating another demonstration of military strength from the isolated country – most likely another missile test.

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Gary Cohn "Unlikely To Get Trump's Nomination" For Fed Chair, WSJ Reports

Just hours after Fed Vice Chair Fischer resigned, and Goldman CEO Lloyd Blankfein threw his support behind Gary Cohn...

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Republicans Furious As Trump Sides With Democrats On Debt Limit Extension

It appears President Trump has found a new ally in Congress: the Democrats whose plan - derided earlier by Paul Ryan - to keep any 'fix' for the debt-ceiling, short-term; was approved over the Republicans' howls of objection. As The Hill reports, President Trump agreed with top congressional Democrats at a White House meeting to fund the government and raise the debt ceiling through Dec. 15. despite objections from virtually all GOP leaders. 

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