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Abedin didn't send as many emails as Comey said

It is not the function of the Director to make such an announcement. "The director laid out his version of the facts for the news media as if it were a closing argument, but without a trial", he...

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Chelsea Manning releases 1st statement since clemency win

Chelsea Manning releases 1st statement since clemency win

The transgender woman formerly served in the US Army as an intelligence analyst. Manning struck a similarly optimistic tone in a statement Tuesday after her impending release was announced. Chase ...

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Don't let America down on health care, Trump tells Senate Republicans

Republicans are asking Americans to believe an impossibility. Democrats need to flip 24 seats between now and the 2018 elections to take control of the US House. Many of our readers probably saw Ji...

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Rep. Raul Labrador joins Idaho governor's race

Rep. Raul Labrador joins Idaho governor's race

In a prepared statement, Labrador said, "Running for Governor of the great state of Idaho takes serious preparation". Labrador is one of a handful of members of Congress who have announced guberna...

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Iowa Rep. Rod Blum quits interview over town hall questions

Iowa Rep. Rod Blum quits interview over town hall questions

Some more literally and clumsily than others, Republican lawmakers are running from the House-passed American Health Care Act. But some of his constituents were critical of his vote, raising questions...

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Phoenix serial shooter arrested after 9 deaths

One of the victims, a 21-year-old man who survived being shot at point-blank range on July 11 , 2016, while sitting in a vehicle with his 4-year-old nephew, told Phoenix NBC affiliate KPNX in Apri...

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Missouri Valley Conference invites Valparaiso to join conference

Missouri Valley Conference invites Valparaiso to join conference

Conference officials had also visited Murray State, Nebraska-Omaha and Milwaukee in recent weeks. If they accept they would join both Indiana State and Evansville as the other two teams from Indiana i...

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General Electric Company (GE) Shares Sold by Jackson Grant Investment Advisers Inc

General Electric Company (GE) Shares Sold by Jackson Grant Investment Advisers Inc

Quarterly performance of the company shows declining momentum of -1.21% while its last one month trend is negative with -2.87%. Fusion Family Wealth LLC bought a new stake in General Electric Company ...

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U.S. Democrats criticize Senate's all-male healthcare group

U.S. president Donald Trump has urged Senate Republicans not to "let the American people down" as the contentious debate over overhauling America's health care shifts to Congress' upper chamber. Vot...

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MI lawmaker arrested on suspicion of drunk driving

MI lawmaker arrested on suspicion of drunk driving

Our thoughts and prayers go out to his family, including his wife Sandy and his two children. I can not begin to understand what the Kivela family must be going through. That level is punishable under...

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Suspect in Texas stabbings had mental health trouble

Suspect in Texas stabbings had mental health trouble

There is no word yet on White's motive, however, hours before the attack, he is quoted as saying, "Human selfishness lives and breathes". Kendrex White , a student at the university, appeared to ac...

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Former official says she warned White House about Flynn

Former official says she warned White House about Flynn

She never voiced the idea that Trump, Pence, or anyone else in their campaign might have knowingly colluded with Flynn to spread false information. In an Oval Office meeting with Trump two days af...

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Trump orders review of monuments

Trump orders review of monuments

In asking Interior Secretary Ryan Zinke for an unprecedented review of national monuments, Trump may force a question never before tested in the 111-year history of the Antiquities Act: Whether one pr...

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Congressman Comer on Voting for American Health Care Act

In December, the Kaiser Family Foundation released a study that found 52 million non-elderly Americans have pre-existing conditions that, prior to the Affordable Care Act (which, yes, is Obamacar...

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Liberal Moon Jae-in expected to win South Korea's presidency - exit polls

Polls closed at 8 p.m. and the voter turnout recorded 77.2 percent. The National Election Commission's measurements on Tuesday included the 11 million who participated in last week's early voting, ...

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USA to send small team for Bonn Climate talks

It could roll back several Obama-era climate policies, including a review the Clean Power Plan initiative, which is created to curb man-made carbon emissions. A Tuesday strategy session was postpone...

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Murdered Boston doctors texted 'Gunman in the house' to friend, says prosecutor

Friday night with their throats slit and their hands bound, according to The Boston Globe . Bampumim Teixeira. 30, is arraigned at Tufts Medical Center in Boston. "Field. Now that may change, but, ...

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Here Is What Condoleezza Rice Is Saying About President Trump

Former Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice revealed Tuesday on "The View" that she "felt bad" for President Donald Trump when he admitted the job of president was more hard than he anticipated. Bus...

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Feds Say Evidence 'Insufficient' to Charge Officers in Alton Sterling Case

According to the Justice Department, the officers said they saw the butt of a gun in one of Sterling's trousers pockets and saw him try to reach for it before he was shot. "They've been under a tremen...

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Texas governor signs ban on so-called 'sanctuary cities'

Texas is nation's second most populous state, and opponents say Hispanics will now be subjected to racial profiling and predicted the law will have a chilling effect on immigrant families. In a statem...

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