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200 Russian Journalists Protest 'Clampdown on Free Speech' After Kommersant Firings

200 Russian Journalists Protest 'Clampdown On Free Speech' After Kommersant Firings

The scandal was sparked Monday when two veteran journalists were fired over an article about a political reshuffle.



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E. coli outbreak linked to ground beef infects 196 people, CDC says

E. Coli Outbreak Linked To Ground Beef Infects 196 People, CDC Says

The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) on Monday said there are 196 reported cases of E. coli linked to ground beef across 10 states.



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Ohio town worries about safety after radioactive contamination is found at middle school

Ohio Town Worries About Safety After Radioactive Contamination Is Found At Middle School

An Ohio middle school closed was Monday because enriched uranium was detected inside the school and neptunium-237 was detected by an air monitor next to it.



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New Haven fire chief: Mosque blaze was arson

New Haven Fire Chief: Mosque Blaze Was Arson

NEW HAVEN - The fire that scarred the Diyanet Mosque of New Haven Sunday was intentionally set, Fire Chief John Alston said Monday. Alston stood in the steady rain before the blackened front and the white minarets of the house of worship as he announced the initial results of the inquiry, gathered close to city officials and congregants from the mosque. "We've detected that there is intent in this fire. This was intentionally set," said Alston, who said his heart went out to those who worship at the mosque. Alston declined to say what evidence was found or whether there was surveillance footage of the area. Police Chief Otoniel Reyes said officials would not discuss any aspect of the investigation at this time to ensure its integrity is maintained. Reyes said the criminal investigation was in its infancy stages. He asked that anyone in the community with any information, "however minimal you think it might be," come forward, as it may prove useful. A reward of up to $2,500 has been offered for any information that leads to an arrest or conviction in the case, officials said. The mosque currently is uninhabitable, Alston said. Gov. Ned Lamont said it was "especially hurtful and hateful" to attack a house of worship. "The one thing I find hopeful is, I heard from the imam (that) other houses of worship, churches and synagogues, have stepped forward and said, 'We want to help.' And what I heard here from the folks at this mosque is they welcome the help, but they want to worship right here in this place," said Lamont. "And we're going to do everything we can to make that happen." A police car was parked in the otherwise-empty lot outside the mosque...



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Felicity Huffman to plead guilty in college admissions scam

Felicity Huffman To Plead Guilty In College Admissions Scam

Actress Felicity Huffman is set to plead guilty to participating in the college admissions bribery scheme



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Saudi oil tankers show 'significant damage' after sabotage attack, says Riyadh | World news

Saudi Oil Tankers Show 'significant Damage' After Sabotage Attack, Says Riyadh

One vessel was bound for the US and comes after warnings that Iran or its proxies could target shipping in region



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Trump pardons former Army soldier sentenced for killing Iraqi prisoner

Trump Pardons Former Army Soldier Sentenced For Killing Iraqi Prisoner

President Donald Trump on Monday granted a pardon to a former first lieutenant in the US Army who was sentenced to prison in 2009 for killing an Iraqi detainee, according to the White House.



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Florida woman pulls alligator from her pants during traffic stop

Florida Woman Pulls Alligator From Her Pants During Traffic Stop

A Florida woman pulled an alligator out of her pants during a traffic stop on Monday -- a strange move that might just rank on the state's list of odd reported crimes.



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A New Version Of The Mueller Report Has Been Released In Response To A BuzzFeed News Lawsuit

A New Version Of The Mueller Report Has Been Released In Response To A BuzzFeed News Lawsuit

The new version released Monday further explains why certain details were redacted from the public report.



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New York attorney general sues Trump Treasury, IRS

New York Attorney General Sues Trump Treasury, IRS

New York Attorney General Letitia James (D) on Monday filed a lawsuit against the Treasury Department and IRS, arguing that the agencies have failed to r



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Man charged with child pornography over sex doll says he bought it to replace his son

Man Charged With Child Pornography Over Sex Doll He Says He Bought To Replace His Son

A man facing child pornography charges for ordering a child-sized sex doll repeatedly told a St. John's courtroom Monday that his only motivation was to replace his infant son who died more than 20 years earlier.



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Body of 23-year-old Julie Van Espen found in Albert Canal

The Brussels Times - Body Of 23-year-old Julie Van Espen Found In Albert Canal

The body of the 23-year-old Julie Van Espen, who went missing on Saturday evening, was found in the Albert Canal, confirmed the public prosecutor's of...



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City closes two Williamsburg yeshivas that allowed unvaccinated kids to attend class

City Closes Two Williamsburg Yeshivas That Allowed Unvaccinated Kids To Attend Class

The city announced on Monday the closure of two Williamsburg yeshivas as punishment for allowing unvaccinated kids to attend class, as an outbreak of the highly contagious measles virus continues to sweep through Brooklyn's Orthodox Jewish communities.



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Stop-Motion Animator & Artist Bruce Bickford Dies Age 72

Stop-Motion Animator & Artist Bruce Bickford Dies Age 72

Celebrated self-taught animator, director and artist Bruce Bickford died on April 28 at age 72. The death of the enigmatic, Washington state-based animation pioneer was announced on his Facebook page on Monday, April 29: "Hello fans of Animation. I regret to inform you we have lost a true legend today. Bruce Bickford passed away late ...



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Right-wing activists tried to recruit young men to falsely claim they were sexually assaulted by Pete Buttigieg

Pete Buttigieg Falsely Accused Of Sexual Assault By Far-Right Catfish

Far-right activists Jacob Wohl and Jack Burkman helped coordinate a fake campaign against Democratic presidential hopeful Pete Buttigieg ...



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House Judiciary Chairman Nadler says Attorney General Barr must testify Thursday

House Judiciary Chairman Nadler Says Attorney General Barr Must Testify Thursday

U.S. House Judiciary Committee Chairman Jerrold Nadler said on Monday that Attorney General William Barr must testify before his panel on Thursday, despite Barr's reported objections to the format for questions that Democrats intend to use.



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Judge rules militia leader should remain jailed as he awaits trial

Judge Rules Militia Leader Should Remain Jailed As He Awaits Trial

Larry Mitchell Hopkins should remain behind bars as he awaits trial on a federal weapons charge, a judge ruled Monday. Hopkins, a leader of the United Constitutional Patriots militia group, pleaded not guilty at a hearing in Albuequerque, New Mexico.



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Pelosi: Barr will be 'obstructing Congress' if he does not appear before House Judiciary

Pelosi: Barr Will Be 'obstructing Congress' If He Does Not Appear Before House Judiciary

House Speaker Nancy Pelosi (D-Calif.) said Monday that Attorney General William Barr would be "obstructing Congress" if he fails to appear before the House Judiciary Committee this week,



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Boeing CEO says 737 Max was designed properly and pilots did not 'completely' follow procedure

Boeing CEO Says 737 Max Was Designed Properly And Pilots Did Not 'completely' Follow Procedure

Boeing's CEO on Monday said the safety systems on its 737 Max jets were properly designed, but he added that the airline is working to make them safer following two recent deadly crashes.



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New York attorney general's office hits back at Trump: We wish he 'would share our respect for the law'

New York Attorney General's Office Hits Back At Trump: We Wish He 'would Share Our Respect For The Law'

New York Attorney General Letitia James (D) said Monday that she wished President Trump would share her office's "respect for the law" after he accused James and Gov.



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