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They Were Thrown in a Spanish Jail for Allegedly Praising Terrorism — but What They Were Doing at the Time Might Surprise You

MADRID (TheBlaze/AP) — Protesters marched through Madrid and the southern Spanish city of Granada on Saturday calling for charges to be dropped against two puppeteers jailed for allegedly praising terrorism. Image source: YouTube The puppeteers — Alfonso Lazaro de la Fuente and Raul Garcia Perez, according to Fox News Latino — were detained without bail Feb. 6 for […]

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Two Baton Rouge Police Officers Shot During Car Chase Expected to Survive : ‘These Guys Are Fortunate to Be Alive’

BATON ROUGE, La. (AP) — A Baton Rouge neighborhood was awakened before dawn Saturday by a hail of gunfire, with police saying two officers were wounded as they traded shots with a man they had been chasing. Neighbors say dozens of shots were fired in an exchange that also wounded the suspect. Baton Rouge Police […]

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Pope Francis Kicks Off First Trip to Mexico

MEXICO CITY (AP) — Pope Francis kicked off his first trip to Mexico on Saturday with a long popemobile ride past cheering crowds on a day that will start with tough love speeches to the country’s political and church elite — and end with a silent prayer before the Virgin of Guadalupe at the largest […]

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Among GOP Rivals, Donald Trump Has Most Diverse Following on Twitter, Analysis Finds

Among the Republican field, businessman Donald Trump has the most diverse following on Twitter, according to a new analysis conducted by a social media firm. Demographics Pro, a business that helps publishers understand and grow their social audiences, examined the demographics of the five leading Republican presidential candidates, along with Hillary Clinton and Bernie Sanders. […]

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‘We May Not Have Another Election’: Tony Perkins Issues Bold Warning if ‘Godly’ Leader Not Elected President

Conservative leader Tony Perkins, president of the Family Research Council, issued a strong declaration Friday, warning voters that unless a “godly leader” is elected, the U.S. may no longer have presidential elections. Perkins, who endorsed Texas Sen. Ted Cruz for the Republican presidential nomination, said he felt “too much was at stake” to not get […]

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