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House Intelligence Chief Has Seen No Evidence to Support Trump's Wiretap Claim

If the allegations are false, Schiff said, that is an equally egregious scandal - "the scandal of a sitting US president alleging that his predecessor engaged in the most unscrupulous and unlawful conduct". "I do know that they have asked us to look into it", he said. Critics question if a Republican-controlled Congress can effectively investigate a sitting Republican president, but, so far, calls for an independent prosecutor or a special commission, akin to that created after the terror ... Read More

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Casey Anthony Murder Case Busted Open In Explosive New Show

Casey Anthony Murder Case Busted Open In Explosive New Show

Anthony gave her first public interview this week since her toddler, Caylee , went missing in summer 2008 - at which point Anthony's mom said her daughter's vehicle "smelled like there's been a dead body in it". In a Wednesday interview with the Orlando Sentinel , former Circuit Judge Belvin Perry Jr. said Anthony may have been trying to quiet the child, Caylee , with chloroform and accidentally used too much. Read More

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Two arrested in Fox Cities Diaper Bank theft

Two arrested in Fox Cities Diaper Bank theft

Authorities said the diapers were stolen during several thefts between January 3 and February 13 at a local warehouse. Investigators said they're recommending charges of felony theft. After hearing what happened, Kimberly-Clark and Amazon made a decision to donate hundreds of thousands of diapers to replenish the diaper bank. The arrests are just the latest in a string of diaper theft schemes. Read More

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LA Voters Reject Anti-Development Ballot Measure, Give Mayor Second Term

LA Voters Reject Anti-Development Ballot Measure, Give Mayor Second Term

In the voting for the city's ballot measures, the fiercely contested proposal known as Measure S, meant to restrict larger real estate projects, was losing 63 percent to 37 percent with about 90,000 votes counted. They argue that City Hall too often bends to politically connected developers whose large projects with high rents drive out lower-income residents, contributing to homelessness and increasing congestion. Read More

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Congress to investigate Trump's wiretapping claim

The media, conveniently picking and choosing what they want to report or what leads they want to follow, reeks of media confirmation bias. "President Obama could not have done it", Hayden said . "White House sources acknowledge that Trump had no idea whether the claims he was making were true when he made them", Hayes continued. "I think the appropriate thing to do is ask the House and Senate to look into it", Spicer said. Read More

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Clock ticks down on state's third execution of the year

Clock ticks down on state's third execution of the year

Jesus Christ is Lord. He was pronounced dead at 11:06 p.m. The U.S. Supreme Court has refused to stop the scheduled execution in Texas of a hit man paid to kill a San Antonio woman in a life insurance scheme almost a quarter-century ago. On July 14, 1992, Ruiz approached the auto his victim was in, asking for directions as a ruse. Her husband of almost seven years, Michael, was in the vehicle along with Michael's brother, Mark. Read More

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Paterson Mayor, DPW Supervisors Charged With Corruption

Paterson Mayor, DPW Supervisors Charged With Corruption

Torres has been the focus of a state investigation for the past year involving work city public works employees allegedly did at his home while being paid overtime. Porrino says the employees performed carpentry, painting and wiring work at the warehouse. Mania had false time-keeping records submitted to the city, including overtime verification forms and bi-weekly timesheets that falsely stated he and other employees were working on legitimate city projects, Porrino said. Read More

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Kawhi Leonard goes peak Kawhi to lead Spurs past the Rockets

Kawhi Leonard goes peak Kawhi to lead Spurs past the Rockets

It was the third straight game that Leonard has pulled the Spurs out of the fire at the finish, rescuing them by making virtually all of the clutch plays in back-to-back overtime wins against the Pelicans and Timberwolves. Anderson had seven points in 25 minutes. Williams was averaging 17.2 points in his previous five games since being acquired from the Los Angeles Lakers in a trade February 23. Read More

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Sen. Kaine's son arrested at Trump rally protest in St. Paul

Sen. Kaine's son arrested at Trump rally protest in St. Paul

According to booking information from Ramsey County sheriff's department, Kaine, 24, was facing one charge of felony rioting following his arrest shortly before 1pm on Saturday. St. Paul police arrested Kaine and the four others near Rice Street and University Avenue, less than a block from the Capitol. The rally at the State Capitol was one of several demonstrations held around the country over the weekend in support of Trump. Read More

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New wave of bomb threats at Jewish organizations

New wave of bomb threats at Jewish organizations

All members of the US Senate are asking for Trump to help, "enhance security measures and improve preparedness" for the Jewish community in light of a number of bomb threats against Jewish community centers. President Donald Trump, who was initially slow to address the waves of threats, condemned them during his first major address as president, calling for the country to stand "united in condemning hate and evil in all its forms". Read More

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The Statue Of Liberty has gone dark

The Statue Of Liberty has gone dark

Although the lights returned shortly before midnight, the conversation on Twitter was flowing - people were busy sharing their theories on why the lights went out, before the real reason was revealed. But the parks service said it was probably down to construction work. The agency will confirm the cause when crews return to Liberty Island Wednesday morning. Read More

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Williams-Goss Leads Gonzaga To 5th Straight West Coast Conference Title

Williams-Goss Leads Gonzaga To 5th Straight West Coast Conference Title

Tonight's Saint Mary's vs Gonzaga WCC title tilt won't be close. The Bulldogs enter their 20th consecutive WCC championship game with a 31-1 record and are led by WCC Player of the Year Nigel Williams-Goss. Barta scored 22 points in the first half. Kiara Kudron and Emma Wolfram added 14 and 10 points for the Bulldogs. Challenged, under the bright lights of March, the Zags talent and athleticism came through in the clutch. Read More

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Blustery weather expected Wednesday

Blustery weather expected Wednesday

Winds hit 51 miles per hour in Muskegon overnight both at the airport and at the beach. Morning showers and storms will move out of the area by early afternoon, but then the main weather focus for Wednesday will be the wind. Chance of precipitation is 80 percent. Friday night: Mostly cloudy, low around 15. Saturday: Mostly sunny, with a high near 33. Light southeast wind. Read More

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Not all women? 'A Day Without A Woman' drawing crowds, criticism

Beginning Monday, March 6, 360i is devoting its website and channels to women without flexible work schedules or paid time off by publishing their names and reasons for why they can't participate in these activities. After millions of women around the world took to the streets for the Women's March on January 21, organizers targeted a second day for a planned mobilization. Read More

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White House tour gets big surprise

White House tour gets big surprise

As a former reality TV star, Trump continues to be driven by approval and infuriated by whatever would undermine his ratings, and the cry of "fake news" continues to be the weapon of choice against prevailing stories of an apparently chaotic and factionalized White House. Read More

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McCain, Graham ask Trump for evidence of wiretapping claims

McCain, Graham ask Trump for evidence of wiretapping claims

Sen. Lindsey Graham, R-Seneca, had lunch with the president on Tuesday, and afterward tweeted it had gone so well, he shared his new cell phone number with Trump. And just as Trump might come to rely on Graham to advance some of his legislative priorities, Graham would surely benefit from having the White House's ear to achieve elements of his own agenda. Read More

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UK plans for EU exit facing more snags in Parliament

UK plans for EU exit facing more snags in Parliament

The House of Commons has approved legislation which would kick-start the two-year process, but the Lords has already amended the bill and Labour, Lib Dem and crossbench peers are seeking further changes when debate resumes on Tuesday. "We will now aim to overturn these amendments in the House of Commons", he said. MPs voted by a margin of 326 to 293 against giving Parliament a potentially decisive say over the final deal after ministers promised they would be consulted. Read More

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The Coca-Cola Company (NYSE:KO) To Announce June 2016 Results

The Coca-Cola Company (NYSE:KO) To Announce June 2016 Results

Two equities research analysts have rated the stock with a sell rating, fifteen have issued a hold rating and nine have issued a buy rating to the company. Coca-Cola Bottling Co. Consolidated's payout ratio is 28.41%. The company's Relative strength index is 48.6. Some buy side analysts are also providing their Analysis on The Coca-Cola Company, where 3 analysts have rated the stock as Strong buy, 5 analysts have given a Buy signal, 14 said it's a HOLD, 2 reported it as Underperform and 0 ... Read More

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Storm damage seen in big stretch of central US

Storm damage seen in big stretch of central US

Local media outlets report several homes have been damaged in Oak Grove. The Kansas City area sustained widespread damage, and crews planned to survey and assess the damage early Tuesday. "There was a confirmed tornado touchdown in Oak Grove". Twenty counties in central Kansas reported brush fires on Monday, some more than one, fueled by winds gusting to up 60 miles per hour, said Katie Horner, a spokeswoman for the Kansas Adjutant General's Department. Read More

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Inslee Calls New Trump Executive Order A 'Retreat'

Inslee Calls New Trump Executive Order A 'Retreat'

Washington Attorney General Bob Ferguson expects to decide in the next few days whether his office will launch a lawsuit against President Donald Trump's latest travel ban. So what does the new travel ban mean for the Washington Attorney General's landmark lawsuit against the Trump administration? Ferguson said his office will again work with Washington colleges, universities and businesses to find out whether they will be harmed by the new executive order. Read More

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Senate Dem Will Try To Block Confirmation Of Jeff Sessions' Deputy

See; not so hard. "My reply to the question of Sen". And in January, Sen. "I have been called a surrogate at a time or two in that campaign and I did not have communications with the Russians, and I'm unable to comment on it". "Special counsel inquiries under the current department regulations are not the best way to ensure transparency and accountability, " Grassley said. Read More

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French to cast protest vote in presidential election: Pundit

French to cast protest vote in presidential election: Pundit

Last week I received many calls asking me to take over. "And this goes against this unregulated globalization, wild, savage globalization", which has been " a catastrophe for most ", Le Pen said. Finally, he opined on the stock market, and said the "euphoria" of financial markets after the election of U.S President Donald Trump appeared to be "very premature". Read More

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