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Crosstalk 3-1-2019 News Round-up CD

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Below are highlights from this week's edition of the 'Round-Up':




--President Trump abruptly walks away from negotiations with Kim Jong-Un.


--Open Doors U.S.A. pointed out that North Korea has announced that the nation is in a food crisis facing a shortfall of 1.4 million tons.


--The Russian hypersonic cruise missile highlighted in President Vladimir Putin's February 20th state of the nation address is being contemplated for use in a first strike against targets in the continental U.S.


--Nuclear rivals India and Pakistan have traded blows.


--14,000 bunkers have been built along the Pakistan border as India prepares for war.


--Israel's attorney general decided to indict Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu on a series of corruption charges.


--More than 300 Venezuelan soldiers have defected in just four days.


--Venezuela's opposition leader told Reuters that the Maduro regime has removed at least 8 tons of gold from the nation's central bank for unknown reasons.


--House Oversight Committee Republicans referred ex-Trump attorney, Michael Cohen, to the Justice Department for alleged perjury, claiming he lied during sworn testimony before the panel a day earlier about a number of issues.


--House Democrats passed legislation that adds a 10 day extension to instant firearm background checks (HR-1112).


--A surprise Republican win in the House on a procedural vote exposed divisions within the Democratic leadership.


--After more than 2 dozen moderate Democrats broke from their party's progressive wing and sided with Republicans, Alexandria Ocasio Cortez reportedly sounded the alarm and communicated that such Democrats are putting themselves on a list.


--A Republican group filed a complaint with the Federal Election Commission alleging that the campaign of Alexandria Ocasio Cortez may have illegally funneled thousands of dollars through an allied PAC to her boyfriend.


--Starting November 1st, individuals will be able to carry firearms in Oklahoma without a permit or training when a bill passed by the legislature and signed by the governor goes into effect.


--Twitter has been warning some conservatives that their posts have violated Pakistan's Shariah and that they may wish to consult legal counsel.


--The Council on American/Islamic Relations (CAIR) has announced that this coming Monday, their Oklahoma chapter will be hosting its fifth annual Muslim Day at the Capital.


--Chase Bank has withdrawn service from a number of conservatives in recent weeks amid a rise in financial blacklisting by payment processors and credit card companies.


--The Senate voted to confirm Andrew Wheeler as administrator of the EPA.


--The Senate Judiciary Committee voted to advance President Trump's nominee to replace Brett Cavanaugh on the high profile D.C. Court of Appeals.


--A Planned Parenthood abortionist's shocking admission to a late term abortion patient is back in the spotlight.




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