Berkeley cancels conservative firebrand Ann Coulter’s speech over fears of more violent protests – Washington Post

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Berkeley cancels conservative firebrand Ann Coulter’s speech over fears of more violent protests – Washington Post
Political commentator and author Ann Coulter speaks onstage at “The Comedy Central Roast of Rob Lowe” at Sony Studios on Aug. 27, 2016, in Los Angeles. The University of California at Berkeley has canceled a speech Coulter was to give later this month amid fears of violence. (Alberto E. Rodriguez/Getty Images) After riots and violent protests

Bill O’Reilly’s Fox News career comes to a swift end amid growing sexual harassment claims – Washington Post

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Bill O’Reilly’s Fox News career comes to a swift end amid growing sexual harassment claims – Washington Post
Fox News on Wednesday ended its association with Bill O’Reilly, the combative TV host and commentator who has ruled cable-news ratings for nearly two decades and was the signature figure in the network’s rise as a powerful political player. The conservative-leaning host’s downfall was swift and steep, set in motion less than three weeks ago

Chaffetz decision stuns Washington – The Hill

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Chaffetz decision stuns Washington – The Hill
Rep. Jason ChaffetzJason ChaffetzChaffetz decision stuns Washington Chaffetz’s campaign arm registers 2028 websites Who will replace Chaffetz on Oversight? MORE (R-Utah) shocked Washington on Wednesday by announcing he is leaving Congress after his term ends. Chaffetz, the chairman of the House Oversight Committee, kept the surprise decision under wraps, offering no hints that he planned to cut

The Daily 202: A wake-up call for Republicans in Georgia, but Democrats remain unlikely to win the House in 2018 – Washington Post

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The Daily 202: A wake-up call for Republicans in Georgia, but Democrats remain unlikely to win the House in 2018 – Washington Post
With Breanne Deppisch THE BIG IDEA: The results from Georgia’s special election should scare Republicans, but Democrats shouldn’t overread the results. With all the precincts reporting, Democratic candidate Jon Ossoff pulled 48.3 percent of the vote in the open House race to replace Health and Human Services Secretary Tom Price. He needed to break 50 percent