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Daily Briefing: O’Reilly Out, Terror In Fresno, Hillary’s Emails

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1. Fox News Has Decided Bill O’Reilly Has to Go

The Murdochs have decided Bill O’Reilly’s 21-year run at Fox News will come to an end. According to sources briefed on the discussions, network executives are preparing to announce O’Reilly’s departure before he returns from an Italian vacation on April 24. Now the big questions are how the exit will look and who will replace him. – READ MORE

2. Muslim Shooter Kills Three Whites In Fresno

A gunman opened fire in downtown Fresno on Tuesday, killing at least three people. The suspect, 39-year-old Kori Ali Muhammad, harbored hatred of white people, Fresno police chief Jerry Dyer said after the shooting, the Fresno Bee reported. – READ MORE

3. Hillary’s Sneaky Email Server Practices Began Earlier Than Initially Thought

Hillary Clinton’s sneaky email server practices began earlier than previously believed, according to a damning new book out Tuesday about the two-time presidential candidate. In “Shattered: Inside Hillary Clinton’s Doomed Campaign,” authors Jonathan Allen and Amie Parnes write that in 2008, after losing the Democratic nomination to Barack Obama, then-New York Sen. Clinton “instructed a trusted aide to access the campaign’s server and download the [email] messages sent and received by top staffers.” – READ MORE

4. FBI Investigating Radical Terrorists in All 50 States as Threats Hit Peak

The FBI has “open terrorist investigations in all 50 states,” according to DHS Secretary John Kelly, who disclosed on Tuesday that there have been at least 37 “ISIS-linked plots to attack our country” since 2013, a number that shows no signs of diminishing. – READ MORE

5. GET EM OUT: 21K Illegal Aliens Arrested Under Trump So Far

According to newly released statistics by Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE), originally requested by The Washington Post, arrests of illegal aliens increased 32.6 percent during the first several weeks of the Trump Administration. – READ MORE

6. Cause Of Action Sues FBI To Find Out If Agency Actually Paid Trump Dossier Creator

Cause of Action (CoA) Institute is suing the Federal Bureau of Investigation to find out whether the agency paid or planned to pay former British spy Christopher Steele for research on the infamous Trump dossier. The institute first tried to obtain records of the FBI-Steele relationship via a Freedom of Information Act request, but the FBI has not responded. – READ MORE

7. US Military Intercepts Russian Bombers Near Alaska’s Coast With F-22 Raptors

The U.S. military confirmed Tuesday that two of its F-22 fighter jets intercepted Russian bombers approaching Alaska’s coast Monday night. Pentagon spokesman Navy Cmdr. Gary Ross said the F-22 jets intercepted TU-95 Bear bombers Monday, calling the maneuver “safe and professional,” The Associated Press reports. – READ MORE

8. Tillerson Says Iran Sponsors Terrorism, Starts Review Of Nuclear Deal

The Trump administration announced Tuesday it will conduct an inter-agency review of the lifting of sanctions against Iran in response to concerns about Tehran’s continued sponsorship of terrorism. In a letter to Speaker of the House Paul Ryan, Secretary of State Rex Tillerson said Iran was complying with its obligations under the Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action (JCPOA) but that the Department of State would re-evaluate if easing sanctions on Iran is the best course of action for the U.S. – READ MORE

9. Trump Rips Obama For Allowing Spread Of MS-13 In America

President Donald Trump blamed his predecessor for immigration policies that allowed the spread of the violent Central American street gang MS-13. “The weak illegal immigration policies of the Obama Admin. allowed bad MS 13 gangs to form in cities across U.S. We are removing them fast!” Trump said in an early morning tweet Tuesday. – READ MORE

10. Cleveland Facebook Killer Commits Suicide Following Police Chase In Pennsylvania

Steve Stephens, the Cleveland man who executed a 74-year-old man in broad daylight on Sunday and posted a video of it to Facebook, killed himself following a police chase in Pennsylvania on Monday. “Steve Stephens was spotted this morning by PSP members in Erie County. After a brief pursuit, Stephens shot and killed himself,” Pennsylvania state police said in a statement on Twitter. – READ MORE

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