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Republican lawmakers question DOJ official on Trump ‘dossier’

Republican lawmakers question DOJ official on Trump ‘dossier’

Justice Department official Bruce Ohr appeared on Capitol Hill Tuesday for a closed-door interview with the House Judiciary and Oversight Committees as part of the investigation into FBI decision-making during ...

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Mother who lost daughter in Parkland shooting wins spot on school board

Mother who lost daughter in Parkland shooting wins spot on school board

The mother of a student killed in the Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School shooting earlier this year has won a spot on the Broward County School Board, according to unofficial ...

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Andrew Gillum wins Florida governor primary in upset victory for the left

Andrew Gillum wins Florida governor primary in upset victory for the left

Tallahassee mayor Andrew Gillum prevailed in the hotly contested Democratic primary election for Florida governor, giving the left another marquee win in the 2018 midterms. Gillum is the first black ...

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Florida video game gunman’s dark obsession with hobby

Florida video game gunman’s dark obsession with hobby

A gunman who attacked a Florida video game tournament was so obsessed with his pastime he would refuse to bathe or go to school, say court records. David Katz, 24, ...

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Donna Shalala, former Clinton Cabinet member, wins Democratic nomination in Florida

Donna Shalala, former Clinton Cabinet member, wins Democratic nomination in Florida

Donna Shalala, the former Clinton Cabinet member who’s now 77-years-old, proved Tuesday that she’s not done yet. Shalala, former secretary of health and human services under President Bill Clinton, won ...

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Trump warns Google, Facebook and Twitter in row over bias

Trump warns Google, Facebook and Twitter in row over bias

US President Donald Trump has warned Google, Twitter and Facebook they are “treading on troubled territory” amid a row over perceived bias. He said they had to be “very careful”, ...

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Puerto Rico increases Hurricane Maria death toll to 2,975

Puerto Rico increases Hurricane Maria death toll to 2,975

Officials in Puerto Rico now say 2,975 people died following Hurricane Maria – a devastating storm that struck the US island territory in September 2017. The revised death toll is ...

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GOP senator: John McCain was “partially to blame for White House flag controversy

GOP senator: John McCain was “partially to blame for White House flag controversy

Republican Sen. James Inhofe told reporters Monday that Sen. John McCain was “partially to blame” for the controversy over the lowering of the White House flag. Inhofe, a senior member ...

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WSJ: Manafort sought plea deal before second trial

WSJ: Manafort sought plea deal before second trial

Former Trump campaign chairman Paul Manafort sought a plea deal before his trial in Washington, DC, federal court next month, but talks stalled over issues raised by special counsel Robert ...

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Bernie Sanders on instagram :the crisis in Puerto Rico is far from over.

Bernie Sanders on instagram :the crisis in Puerto Rico is far from over.

Bernie sanders wrote : Although Trump thinks his administration did a “fantastic job” handling the destruction in Puerto Rico, the crisis is far from over. Although Trump thinks his administration ...

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