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Report: Investigator Says Evidence Showing Deceased DNC Staffer Seth Rich Was Em…

Monday during the 10 p.m. ET news broadcast on Fox’s Washington, D.C. affiliate WTTG, correspondent Marina Marraco said an investigation by former D.C. homicide detective Rod Wheeler found that the now-deceased Democratic National Committee staffer Seth Rich had been emailing with WikiLeaks. Rich was killed last year in the northwest quadrant ...

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Hillary launches political group to counter Trump

Hillary Clinton is back. The 2016 Democratic presidential nominee on Monday formally launched Onward Together, a political nonprofit group that she said is “dedicated to advancing the progressive vision that earned nearly 66 million votes in the last election.” The group is poised to help fund some of the organizations ...

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‘Post’ scoop on Trump’s Russia leak sets new reader record

For The Washington Post, Donald Trump is the gift that keeps on giving.  According to Glenn Kessler, the paper’s “fact checker,” their scoop Monday that President Trump revealed classified intelligence to Russian diplomats broke the Post’s record for readers per second clicking on the article. Kessler said the newsroom broke into applause at ...

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Supreme Court won’t review decision that found N.C. voting law discriminates aga…

The Supreme Court will not consider reinstating the 2013 North Carolina voting law that a lower court ruled discriminated against African American voters, the justices said Monday. A unanimous panel of the U.S. Court of Appeals for the 4th Circuit had found in 2016 that North Carolina legislators had acted ...

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Trump expansion of abortion ‘gag rule’ will restrict $8.8 billion in U.S. aid

President Trump’s executive order to block U.S. aid to groups abroad that counsel or provide referrals about abortion went into effect Monday and will restrict nearly $9 billion in foreign health assistance. The rule, which has reproductive-rights advocates reeling, is significantly broader than similar bans in place intermittently since 1984. ...

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Man streams suicide by fire on Facebook Live

While streaming live on Facebook early Saturday, a Memphis musician doused his body in kerosene before fatally setting himself on fire in what police are calling a suicide. Media reports say that Jared McLemore, 33, began filming outside Murphy’s Bar before lighting himself on fire and running offscreen into the ...

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Student apologizes for wearing Chicago Blackhawks sweatshirt

A Bethel University student recently issued an apology for wearing a Chicago Blackhawks sweatshirt to class after he was told the clothing was “offensive and hurtful.” The controversy unfolded at the small, Minnesota-based Christian college in a class called “Social Perspectives, Human Worth and Social Action,” which delves into themes ...

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Trump lights White House blue to honor fallen police

Republican President Donald Trump bathed the White House in blue light Monday night to honor fallen cops for Peace Officers Memorial Day. Trump’s action began Police Week, which honors 118 officers who died and 66 who were injured in the line of duty in 2016 — a 40 percent increase ...

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AZ students raise money to supply illegal border-crossers

A group of Northern Arizona University students has partnered with a local humanitarian organization known as “No More Deaths” to bring aid to illegal immigrants crossing the border. According to a GoFundMe page for the trip, the students will “walk miles through remote corridors into which migration has been pushed, leaving water, ...

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Hollywood elitist uses dead mother to bash Trump’s America on Mother’s Day

Joss Whedon, a famous Hollywood director, writer and producer, took to Twitter Sunday — also Mother’s Day — to bash what America has become under President Donald Trump by stating he’s glad his mother isn’t alive to witness it. “Today I gratefully give my mother the gift of having been ...

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