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Speaker helps GOP candidate in competitive Georgia race

Speaker helps GOP candidate in competitive Georgia race

Jon Ossoff, the Democratic candidate, is having two campaign events Monday night. Ossoff fell just short of winning the seat outright last month, garnering 48% of the vote in the April 18th special ...

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Sessions Tells Prosecutors To Seek 'Most Serious' Charges, Stricter Sentences

The policy change takes place immediately, even though nearly all the USA attorneys across the county are serving in acting roles, following the request for resignation in March of all remaining as ho...

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North Korea Renews Accusation of CIA Assassination Plot

Weapons experts and government officials believe the North has accomplished some technical progress with those tests. North Korea top leader Kim Jong Un guided the test fire on the spot, said...

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Reynolds, Lively surprise McCarthy on TV show

One of most interesting stories is about how Melissa McCarthy became Sean Spicer. That is, until he charged in to set straight a reporter who called him "bullish" ... A Victoria woman's idea t...

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Trump to create panel to study voter fraud, suppression

On the campaign trail previous year, Trump alleged that the election would be "rigged" and warned, without evidence , that votes would be cast by undocumented immigrants and people using the identifi...

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Lawmakers Urge Trump to Avoid Picking a Partisan for FBI Job

The correction garnered ridicule and amusement on Twitter, with New York Magazine branding it as "one of the great newspaper corrections of the Trump era". "The key here, of course, is getting some of...

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US Accuses Syria Of Killing Prisoners And Destroying The Evidence

Jones said Washington's information came from credible humanitarian agencies and from the USA "intelligence community" and that as many as 50 people per day are thought to be hanged at Saydnaya. In Fe...

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Atheist Group Jumps to Sue Trump Over Religious Liberty Executive Order

Atheist Group Jumps to Sue Trump Over Religious Liberty Executive Order

Members of the religious right marched onto the dais as President Trump sat down to sign the order, after he spoke for about seven minutes, waxing on about the importance of religious liberty. "You ar...

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No injuries on ground in plane crash

The FAA is heading to the scene. No one was injured or killed on the ground. Surveillance video shows the red plane right before impact. "Encompassing three buildings like that with no injuries ...

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Penn State fraternity members face charges in student's death

Penn State fraternity members face charges in student's death

Centre County President Judge Thomas King Kistler presided over the arraignment, opting to arraign several as a group because they all faced the same charge. Furthermore, grand jury testimony from Det...

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Jeff Sessions Releases Orders To Get Tougher On Crime

He said, "The opioid and heroin epidemic is a contributor to the recent surge of violent crime in America". "Drug business is big criminal business". Whether or not this is the case, the change will...

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New Orleans removes second Confederate-era monument

New Orleans removes second Confederate-era monument

It was meant to honor members of the Crescent City White League, the citizens who killed them. Landrieu aired his plan to remove the four Confederate monuments a week after the Charleston church m...

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What to know about travel ban appeals

Arguments have wrapped up in a federal appeals court in Seattle over President Donald Trump's travel ban. They argue it violates the Constitution by disfavoring Islam and point to statements Trump...

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Mississippian to be sentenced in anti-transgender hate crime

Mississippian to be sentenced in anti-transgender hate crime

Joshua Vallum pleaded guilty last December to the 2015 murder of his former romantic partner, 17-year-old Mercedes Williamson because she was transgender. Demoya Gordon, attorney for the Transgender R...

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Kurt Busch: Kyle Busch finishes 5th at Kansas

Truex was followed by Brad Keselowski , Kevin Harvick, Blaney, and Kyle Busch. "We were super-loose on a couple of restarts". "We finally got the Chevrolet running well, not to where we needed to be,...

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Protesters spell out 'Resist!' at Trump golf course near LA

Protesters spell out 'Resist!' at Trump golf course near LA

The crowd included babies as young as 1 1/2, young children and retirees, according to the L.A. Times . Peter Warren, a retired journalist and member of the protest group, told the Los Angeles Ti...

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White House 'playing word games'

Following the meeting, White House staffers allegedly "moved quickly to contain the fallout" of the information Trump revealed to Russia's U.S. ambassador Sergei Kislyak and Foreign Minister Sergey La...

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Boston Red Sox ban fan after racist comments

Boston Red Sox ban fan after racist comments

The Red Sox ballpark and offices are located on Yawkey Way, named for franchise owner Tom Yawkey who presided over the team at the time. Hennick reported it to an usher and they were moved to better...

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President Trump Says He Could Pick New FBI Director By Next Week

Democrats have accused Mr Trump of attempting to thwart the FBI's probe and have called for some type of independent inquiry into the matter. Since his tweet, neither Trump nor his press spokesman h...

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Bernie Sanders Defended Trump On His Australian Health Care Comment

Bernie Sanders Defended Trump On His Australian Health Care Comment

Mr Trump also described Australia as one of the most lovely places in the world. Along with the infamous phone call, the pair discussed everything from the nation's decades-long relationship with Au...

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