Commentary: Primary Challengers of Sitting Presidents Never Win and Neither Does Their Party

Any Republican supporting a primary challenge against President Donald Trump for the Republican nomination in 2020, if it is successful or even if it just hampers the primary process, is virtually guaranteeing the next president will be a Democrat.

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Divorce Filings Raise New Questions About Ilhan Omar’s Use of Campaign Funds

A new divorce filing shows that Tim Mynett, Rep. Ilhan Omar’s lover, is officially parting ways with his wife, Dr. Beth Mynett, who accused her husband of putting their son “in harm’s way” by having an affair with Omar.

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US Cracks Down on Chinese Economic Espionage

WASHINGTON – The U.S. Justice Department is escalating prosecution of Chinese economic espionage cases, part of the Trump administration’s crackdown on China’s alleged theft of American intellectual property and other predatory practices that are at the heart of trade tensions between Washington and Beijing.

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Commentary: As a Physician, This Is Why I No Longer Believe Government Health Care Can Work

In my medical training, a fellow physician tried to convince me that my liberal leanings on health care were misguided. While I firmly believed that the government had an important role in providing access to medical care—particularly to the underserved—my colleague argued that the government’s role in, well, anything, should be practically nonexistent.

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Resident at Cleveland Clinic Fired for Anti-Semitic Tweets Requests Hearing from State Medical Board

Lara Kollab, a Palestinian-American who was in her residency at the Cleveland Clinic last fall and was fired for anti-Semitic tweets, has requested a hearing with the State Medical Board of Ohio. According to the Board, her attorney submitted the request August 6.

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