GoFundMe page for fired FBI agent Peter Strzok raises $325000 in one day
Who says sending anti-Trump texts to your girlfriend doesn't pay? Sure, such texts cost Peter Strzok his 22-year career with the FBI, but they also seem to have garnered the disgraced former agent a lot of support – enough to raise more than $325,000 ...
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New York PostLawmaker apologizes for racial slurs directed at Asian opponentNew York PostA Democratic lawmaker in Michigan used racial slurs to describe her Asian election opponent — referring to her as “ching-chang” and the “ching-chong,” according to...Read More »
Former Intel Chiefs: White House Using Security Clearances As A 'Political Tool'
About a dozen top former intelligence officials are speaking out after the White House revoked the security clearance of former CIA Director John Brennan, a vocal critic of President Trump. In the statement, the officials call the move "unprecedented ...
Admiral Who Led Bin Laden Raid Tells President Trump to Revoke His Security Clearance, TooTIME
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Woman accused of pushing teen off Washington bridge charged in Clark County
The woman accused of shoving a Kalama teen off a bridge near Moulton Falls has been charged with reckless endangerment in Clark County, a spokesperson with the prosecutor's office said. Video footage of 16-year-old Jordan Holgerson being pushed ...
Teen who survived fall from 60-foot bridge speaks out: I want pusher in jailToday.com
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Catholic bishops and priests, I need to know how you'll fix the church you broke
When I travel cross country from New York to visit my mother, I go with her to Mass every morning at 6:30. The couple dozen worshipers mostly range from old to very old. Some I've known my whole life, others are new to me: a Marine or two from the ...
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Trump calls on regulators to consider changing how often companies report earnings – Washington Post
Washington PostTrump calls on regulators to consider changing how often companies report earningsWashington PostPresident Trump on Friday called on financial regulators to consider allowing public companies to share information with the public less oft...Read More »
Aretha Franklin’s death could finally lead to the release of the world’s most sought-after concert film – Washington Post
Aretha Franklin's death could finally lead to the release of the world's most sought-after concert film
For nearly a half-century, footage of a signature performance by Aretha Franklin has been locked in a vault, stuck in legal limbo as fans waited for a release that never came. Now the wait could be coming to an end. Franklin died Thursday at age 76 ...
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'Amazing Grace': How Aretha Franklin Took Us All to Church
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Albums don't “matter,” anymore. But they used to, and when they did, Aretha Franklin, who died on Thursday, was responsible for one of the very best: “Amazing Grace,” a live album recorded over two days in January 1972, at the New Temple Missionary ...
Did Aretha Franklin 'Work for' Donald Trump on Numerous Occasions?Snopes.com
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New York PostThousands await rescue amid deadly floods in south IndiaNew York PostNEW DELHI — Thousands of stranded people were waiting for rescue Saturday and officials pleaded for more help as relentless monsoon floods battered the south Indian state...Read More »
Has Russia hacked into Florida's election system? There is no evidence.
Sen. Bill Nelson (D-Fla.): “At the urging, I might say, of the chairman and vice chairman of the Intelligence Committee, we wrote and signed a joint letter to all 67 county supervisors of election to tell them that the Russians are in Florida's records ...
Bill Nelson: The Russians have penetrated some Florida voter registration systemsTampa Bay Times
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