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The Department of Homeland Security it’s ending temporary protected status for Salvadorans, giving them until September 2019 to leave the country. Michael Wolff, the author of , Steve Bannon’s recent statement backing away from his comments in the book about Donald Trump Jr. The National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration that natural disasters cost the U.S. a record high of $306 billion last year. A source close to Mitt Romney that the former GOP presidential nominee was successfully treated for prostate cancer over the summer. After to attend the College Football Playoff National Championship game.

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