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Trump's July 4 Gala To Drain Security Costs From Special Fund Because He Hasn't Paid His Last Bill: Report

Trump's July 4 Gala Will Drain Security Costs From Special Fund Because He Still Hasn't Paid His Inauguration Bill: Report

The Washington Post article comes after a report saying that, despite Trump's frequent laudation of police, he had not paid at least 10 cities for the public-safety costs of his rallies.



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Meet the Republican who blocked the election-interference bill

Meet The Republican Who Blocked The Election-interference Bill

The Republican who demanded candidates produce birth certificates is the same one who blocked a bill to require campaigns to report improper foreign outreach.



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Alabama woman says judge ordered her to allow her alleged rapist to visit their sons: report

Alabama Woman Says Judge Ordered Her To Allow Her Alleged Rapist To Visit Their Sons: Report

An Alabama woman claimed the same man who raped and impregnated her multiple times as a child won visitation rights to see their children, forcing her to face her alleged rapist or risk being put behind bars.



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In Response to Mueller Report, Senate Intel Vice Chair Warner Introduces Legislation to Require Campaigns to Report Foreign Contacts

In Response To Mueller Report, Senate Intel Vice Chair Warner Introduces Legislation To Require Campaigns To Report Foreign Contacts

WASHINGTON – After Special Counsel Robert Mueller identified at least 140 contacts between Trump associates and foreign nationals linke...



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Police who shot Vallejo rapper 55 times in 3.5 seconds acted reasonably, report found

Police Who Shot Vallejo Rapper 55 Times In 3.5 Seconds Acted Reasonably, Report Found

 A retired peace officer with experience in training police officers in the use of force said the Vallejo police officers' fatal shooting of rap artist Willie McCoy, 20, in a Taco Bell drive-thru in February was reasonable and in line with modern training and police practices,  the city attorney said.



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McConnell Blocks Election Security, Takes Checks from Voting Machine Lobbyists

McConnell Blocks Election Security, Takes Checks From Voting Machine Lobbyists

The bills Mitch McConnell blocked would subject voting machine vendors to new regulations.



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Almost 600 plant species have become extinct in the last 250 years

Almost 600 Plants Have Gone Extinct In Last 250 Years: Report

Almost 600 plant species have been wiped from the planet in the past 250 years, more than twice the number of bird, mammal and amphibian species that have met the same fate, according to a new study.



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Mitch McConnell Has a Vested Interest in Blocking Election Security Efforts

Mitch McConnell Has A Vested Interest In Blocking Election Security Efforts

Special Counsel Robert Mueller's report detailing his team's investigation into Russian interference in the 2016 presidential election "stopped short



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Fox News' Shep Smith tells viewers 'everyone in America' should read Mueller report

Fox News's Shep Smith Tells Viewers 'everyone In America' Should Read Mueller Report

Fox News anchor Shep Smith told viewers Tuesday that "everyone in America" should read special counsel Robert Mueller's report in full.



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Coroner stands by report that woman died from THC overdose

Coroner Stands By Report That Woman Died From THC Overdose

A coroner who said a woman died from a THC overdose, considered the first in the country, stands by his report. THC, or tetrahydrocannabinol, is the active ingredient in marijuana.



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Kim Jong Un's half-brother was CIA informant before his assassination: report

Kim Jong Un's Half-brother Was CIA Informant Before His Assassination: Report

Kim Jong Un's half-brother was working as a CIA informant before he was brazenly murdered in a Malaysian airport in 2017, according to a report Monday.



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Fluids from body upstairs force restaurant closure

Fluids From Body Upstairs Force Restaurant Closure

WINDSOR, Conn. (AP) - Fluids leaking from a decomposing body upstairs have forced health officials to close a Connecticut restaurant. WFSB-TV reports Windsor police were called to the Siam Corner Thai Kitchen and Pho restaurant on May 29 for a report of a foul odor and a reddish-brown liquid dripping from the ceiling of the restaurant behind the front counter. Police say they entered the apartment above the restaurant through an unlocked window and found the tenant's body in his bed. They say he had been dead for several days. Police say no foul play is suspected. They have not released the man's name. The health department says the restaurant remains closed. ___ Information from: WFSB-TV, http://www.wfsb.com



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Trump administration buckles and agrees to give Congress key Mueller evidence

Trump Administration Buckles And Agrees To Hand Over Key Mueller Evidence

Move comes 24 hours before House due to vote on holding attorney general in contempt



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Ex-Minneapolis officer who killed Justine Damond sentenced to 12.5 years

Ex-Minneapolis Officer Who Killed Justine Damond Sentenced To 12.5 Years

Police were responding to Damond's call to report a possible sexual assault.



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A New Report on Trump's Foreign Business Holdings Points to a Gobsmacking Level of Corruption

A New Report On Trump's Foreign Business Holdings Points To A Gobsmacking Level Of Corruption

There's a sprawling infrastructure of conflicts of interest, entanglements with foreign governments and shady characters, and flat-out lies.



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Warner: 'Height of irresponsibility' that Congress hasn't improved election security

Warner: 'Height Of Irresponsibility' That Congress Hasn't Improved Election Security

Sen. Mark Warner (Va.), the top Democrat on the Senate Intelligence Committee, said on Sunday that Congress's failure to improve election security ahead of 2020 is the "height of irresponsibility."



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Start impeachment proceedings

Reader Respond: Start Impeachment Proceedings

While everything that Robert Mueller said during his press appearance Wednesday was already apparent by reading his 448-page report, Muel...



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No One Wants to Talk About Mueller’s Most Definitive Conclusion

No One Wants To Talk About Mueller's Most Definitive Conclusion

The special counsel chose his opening and closing remarks with care--and they weren't about obstruction of justice.



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Transcript released of Trump lawyer's voicemail 'reveals possible attempt to obstruct'

Trump Lawyer's Voicemail Message To Flynn's Attorney Released In Obstruction Investigation

The US Justice Department has released a transcript of a phone call from Donald Trump’s attorney John Dowd to Rob Kelner, Michael Flynn...



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New York theatre companies to hold 24-hour live reading of Mueller report

New York Theater Companies To Hold 24-hour Live Reading Of Mueller Report

A group of New York theater companies this weekend will hold a 24-hour live-reading of special counsel Robert Mueller's report on his investigation into Russian interference in the 2016 election.



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