‘The car is innocent’: Stars of ‘The Dukes of Hazzard’ defend classic show and iconic ‘General Lee’

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As the nation continues to fight over Confederate monuments and statues -- as well as figures important to the United States' founding -- a classic CBS TV show is getting caught up in the controversy ... again. But the show's human stars are coming out to defend their work and their mechanical co-star. Where did the show go?"The Dukes...

Black Democratic state rep says Joe Biden has ‘betrayed black Americans throughout his career’

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Democratic Georgia state House Rep. Vernon Jones slammed Democratic presidential nominee Joe Biden in a scathing op-ed recently, saying that Biden has "betrayed black Americans throughout his career in Washington."Jones, who made headlines earlier this year when he broke from his party and endorsed President Trump's re-election campaign, doubled down in his support for the incumbent in the opinion...

Thug caught on video repeatedly stabbing Brooklyn deli customer — for staring

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A man who walked into a Brooklyn deli late last month was caught on surveillance video repeatedly stabbing a customer he accused of staring at him, police on Wednesday told the New York Daily News. What are the details? Police said the attack took place in Metro Finest Deli on Schermerhorn St. near Bond St. in downtown Brooklyn just before midnight...

Former Fox anchor Shepard Smith joins CNBC to host evening newscast in continued ‘pursuit of the truth’

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Veteran news anchor Shepard Smith has joined CNBC as an evening newscast anchor. Smith left Fox News in 2019 after 23 years with the network. What are the details? Wednesday, CNBC announced that "The News with Shepard Smith" will debut this fall. A statement from CNBC says, "Smith will anchor a new one-hour evening news program titled The News...

House GOP members call on WHO chief to testify for providing false info on China’s COVID response

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A group of House Republicans sent a letter to World Health Organization Director-General Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus on Wednesday, demanding answers on the WHO's contradictory reporting on its discovery of the coronavirus -- and calling on Dr. Tedros to clear things up under oath.What are the details?Oversight and Reform Committee Ranking member James Comer (R-Ky.) joined every GOP member of...

Justice Department to resume federal executions for the first time in 17 years

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The Department of Justice is on course to resume federal executions for the first time in 17 years according to a report from the Associated Press. Three executions are scheduled on Monday at an Indiana prison despite critics citing the coronavirus pandemic as a reason to continue the hiatus. Officials are instituting social distancing policies in order to prevent the...

Democratic Houston mayor shuts down Texas GOP convention over COVID — after he marched in protests

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Democratic Houston Mayor Sylvester Turner has taken action to assure the shutdown of the Texas Republican Party's state convention slated for next week, saying the risk of an in-person meeting is just too great due to the threat of COVID-19.But GOP leaders are calling the move purely "a political stunt," calling out the mayor for hypocrisy after he participated...

WATCH NOW: The Deep State Diversion: Unmasking Names in the Coup Against Trump

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On his Wednesday night special, Glenn Beck goes where the left and the media don't want us to go. The protests, riots, pandemic -- it's all one big distraction being weaponized to shield the Deep State from the big reveal. The case against General Michael Flynn is bigger than a phone call with the Russian ambassador; it exposes everything....

Alyssa Milano boosts black pastor equating Christians praying for Trump to those who lynched blacks

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Liberal actress Alyssa Milano boosted a video conference where a black pastor equated Christians who support President Donald Trump to those who lynched blacks. The video was hosted by Bishop Talbert Swan on "The Bishop's Barbecue." Milano participated in the discussion with black pastors about politics and retweeted the video with clips from the conference. "Let's remember that the...

Band formerly known as Lady Antebellum sues black singer Lady A after taking her name

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The country group formerly known as Lady Antebellum changed their name to Lady A last month, apologizing for "the hurt" caused by their original band moniker due to its association with "the period of history before the Civil War, which includes slavery."But a black gospel and blues artist, Anita White--who has used the stage name Lady A for decades--protested...