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NY Times writer Farhad Manjoo published an editorial column on Wednesday titled "Never Tweet." Manjoo suggests that journalists who can’t control their emotions should sign off of Twitter - or post less and lurk more in the aftermath of the Covington Catholic students video hoax scandal.

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Michael Cohen

Michael Cohen, President Trump's former consigliere, will not testify before the House Oversight Committee on Feb. 7 as scheduled. Cohen's attorney, Lanny Davis, claims he postponed Cohen's appearance "indefinitely", citing threats from President Trump and Trump's current consigliere Rudy Giuliani.

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Nancy Pelosi, President Trump

President Donald Trump folded like a cheap lawn chair after Nancy Pelosi pulled the ultimate power play in their dispute over the location of his State of the Union Address.

President Trump agreed to postpone his address after Pelosi drafted a letter informing him she would not allow him to hold his SOTU address in the House Chamber. Pelosi, 79, is the Speaker of the House.

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Nathan Sutherland

Phoenix police have arrested a licensed practical nurse (LPN) who is suspected of fathering a baby born to a mentally disabled woman at a nursing facility. The woman has been in a persistent vegetative state for 15 years after a near drowning accident.

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Jack Morrissey

Hollywood liberals who attack and bully children on social media are learning there are consequences to their behavior. Erik Abriss, a writer for Vulture.com and Digital company INE Entertainment, was fired after he took to social media on Saturday to wish death on Covington Catholic High School students who visited Washington, D.C. to protest abortion on the steps of the Lincoln Memorial.

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