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Heidi Harris: Professor Fired Over "White Privilege" CommentNew Jersey college professor Lisa Durden has been fired after her comments made while appearing on Fox News' Tucker Carlson Show.  Durden's comments included saying "you white people" and "white privilege card" when defending a Black Lives Matter event that would only allow black people into the event. Heidi also mentioned how the firing is not based on the racial aspect but rather that when you are part of an organization they have the right to fire you at any time, especially in matters when you bring attention to the organization. 
Analysis: Nevada's Court-Drawn Districts May Favor DemsDespite court approval of political district boundaries in Nevada, Democrats may have managed to get a leg up in the politically divided state's most recent redistricting process, an analysis by The Associated Press found.
Heller Opposes Senate Health Care BillNevada Republican Dean Heller became the fifth GOP senator to declare his opposition to the party's banner legislation to scuttle much of Barack Obama's health care overhaul on Friday, more than enough to sink the measure and deliver a stinging rebuke to President Donald Trump unless some of them can be brought aboard.
Heidi Harris: Starstruck Cosby JuryAfter the Bill Cosby trial ended in a mistrial, Cosby said he plans to talk to young men and women about sexual assault in a series of town halls.
Steve Sisolak Announces Bid For Nevada GovernorA southern Nevada lawmaker who heads the elected board covering the Las Vegas Strip says he's running for governor.
Sen. Heller Has Serious Concerns About GOP BillNevada's Republican Sen. Dean Heller says he has serious concerns about how the GOP's latest proposal to overhaul the federal health law would impact people who depend on Medicaid.


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Federal judge issues stay to stop deportation of Iraqi immigrantsTemporary stay by U.S. District Court Judge Mark Goldsmith is based on those being deported -- who are mostly Christians -- could possibly face danger when sent back to Iraq
Part of Trump travel ban goes into effectPart of President Trump's travel ban will go into effect until the Supreme Court hears a case on the executive order this fall. CBS News justice reporter Paula Reid speaks to CBSN about how this ban could be implemented in the meantime.
3 journalists resign from CNN after network retracts storyThomas Frank, Eric Lichtblau and Lex Harris lost their jobs after story about supposed investigation into pre-inaugural meeting between Trump associate and head of Russian investment fund
How Gary Cohn went for President TrumpIn the August issue of Vanity Fair, William D. Cohan reports on Gary Cohn's journey from Goldman Sachs executive to President Trump's chief economic adviser. Cohan joins "Red & Blue" with more about this story.
CBO: Senate GOP bill adds 22M to uninsured by 2026The non-partisan Congressional Budget Office projected Monday that the Senate GOP bill would leave 22 million more Americans without insurance in the next decade, compared to the current law. Sean Sullivan of The Washington Post and Rachael Bade of Politico join "Red & Blue" to discuss.
Hawaii attorney general on President Trump's travel banOne man with a personal stake in Monday's Supreme Court decision is Hawaii Attorney General Doug Chin. He halted President Trump's travel ban earlier this year. He joins "Red & Blue" from Honolulu to discuss the decision.

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