Zack Beauchamp

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On Tuesday, Iran launched missiles attacking Iraq bases housing U.S. troops -- as retaliation for last week’s U.S.

Iran launches missiles, Trump calls for new sanctions

On Tuesday, Iran launched missiles attacking Iraq bases housing U.S. troops -- as retaliation for last week’s U.S.

from Press Play with Madeleine Brand

President Trump on Wednesday signed an executive order designed to combat anti-Semitism on college campuses by closing a loophole in the 1964 Civil Rights Act that prevents…

Trump wants to hold universities accountable for anti-Semitsm on campuses

President Trump on Wednesday signed an executive order designed to combat anti-Semitism on college campuses by closing a loophole in the 1964 Civil Rights Act that prevents…

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We talk about John Bolton’s ascent to National Security Advisor. He’s been a proponent of a military strike against Iran and North Korea.

What John Bolton as new National Security Advisor means for foreign policy

We talk about John Bolton’s ascent to National Security Advisor. He’s been a proponent of a military strike against Iran and North Korea.

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