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Crosstalk: November 12, 2018

​​The following is a sample of stories that made the cut for this week's edition of the news round-up:

--WWI ended 100 years ago this coming Sunday, Veterans Day.
--The WWI memorial known as the 'Bladensburg Cross' in Maryland is under attack from atheists and Muslims.
--A mysterious man in black clutching a semi-automatic pistol opened fire at a California bar packed with college students who were celebrating 'country night' on Wednesday.
--CNN's Jim Acosta had his press credentials suspended after an exchange with President Trump and interaction with a White House press aid.
--Various press organizations chime in on the revoking of Acosta's credentials.
--Multiple election recounts possible in the state of Florida.
--Texas Republican Governor Greg Abbott is calling for an investigation into alleged illegal voting after Project Veritas published a video that shows poll workers in Texas saying non-citizens could vote.
--A Georgia poll worker was caught on video telling an undercover journalist posing as a voter that he should vote Democrat.
--Gun control advocates in Washington state have peddled Initiative 1639 that seeks to create stricter firearms laws.
--Florida voted overwhelmingly to restore voting rights to an estimated 1.5 million former felons.
--A newly elected Muslim congresswoman wore a Palestinian flag at her primary victory celebration in Michigan.
--A man was arrested in Oklahoma City on a complaint of threatening to kill via use of explosive.
--A Michigan migrant who stabbed a police officer while screaming 'Allahu Akbar' says he's innocent.
--A politician in Sweden is charged with hate speech for saying jihadists scream 'Allahu Akbar' before blowing themselves up.
--The home of a Jewish family in Las Vegas was tagged with anti-Semitic graffiti.
--Justice Ruth Bader Ginsberg fractured 3 ribs after a fall in her chambers at the U.S. Supreme Court.
--According to a recent article in the New Yorker, Gavin Newsome helped his mother commit assisted suicide.
--Jim provided audio of Nancy Pelosi's response after being asked about becoming the Speaker of the House.
--Democrats have demanded that President Trump turn over his tax returns and declared that investigating his personal financial records would be the first item on their agenda come January.
--President Trump signed a presidential proclamation barring asylum protections for migrants who entered the U.S. illegally.

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