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Hillary Wouldn’t Take Plea Bargain in Email Case

It’s unlikely Hillary Clinton would accept a plea bargain from the Department of Justice if the FBI’s email investigation is reopened, Ed Klein told Newsmax TV. During an appearance on “America Talks Live,” Klein — the author of “Guilty as Sin” — said Clinton is too stubborn to admit she ...

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6 Veteran-Friendly Banks

Discounts and special services are offered through veteran-friendly banks for those who served. Veterans have such advantages as preferred savings account interest rates, free checking, and home loan services. Features may also include low- or no-fee ATM use, fast paycheck processing, and other customer service perks. Service members and vets ...

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Missouri Police Searching for Alleged Cop-Killer M…

The Missouri Highway Patrol is still searching for a man wanted in the murder of a Missouri police officer, The Kansas City Star reported Tuesday. “We’re following up any leads,” Sgt. Bill Lowe told reporters in Chilhowee earlier Tuesday where officers had surrounded a home. “Any lead we get is a ...

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Dukes of Hazzard’s Wopat Denies Groping Woman

Dukes of Hazzard star Tom Wopat on Tuesday said he “firmly denies” groping a woman in Waltham, Mass., the Boston Globe reported. The 65-year-old actor allegedly put his hands down the pants of a woman involved with a show he is currently starring in, the Reagle Music Theater’s production, and ...

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Trump Slams NYT, WashPost on Clinton-Lynch Tarmac …

President Donald Trump on Tuesday slammed The New York Times and The Washington Post after published emails showed their reluctance to report the meeting last year between former President Bill Clinton and then-Attorney General Loretta Lynch on the tarmac at a Phoenix airport. Here’s Trump’s tweet: E-mails show that ...

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Time Women Use Class Actions to Disrupt Tech Indus…

The tech industry refuses to “police itself” when it comes to discrimination against women, meaning it’s time for women to use the law to force change, Anita Hill wrote in a column for The New York Times. Specifically, class actions, Hill wrote. “We can’t afford to wait for the tech ...

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NKorea Has Mini Nuke Warheads for ICBMs

United States intelligence officials believe North Korea has mini nuclear warheads that can be delivered via its intercontinental ballistic missiles. The Washington Post reports on the ominous assessment by the Defense Intelligence Agency. “The IC [intelligence community] assesses North Korea has produced nuclear weapons for ballistic missile delivery, to include ...

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Race Is a Factor in Admissions

Princeton University President Chris Eisgruber admitted in a new interview that the Ivy League school considers applicants’ races when deciding whether to accept them. Eisgruber spoke with CBS News and said his school aims to have a diverse student body because of the nation’s “multicultural and diverse society.” “Let’s be ...

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Melania Trump Will Attend President’s Briefing on …

First Lady Melania Trump announced via Twitter that she will be attending President Donald Trump’s briefing on the opioid crisis on Tuesday. Opioids are destroying our youth/people. Mtg w @Potus & @SecPriceMD today to give my support to #STOPDRUGADDICTION pic.twitter.com/aAjNNnu98n — Melania Trump (@FLOTUS) August 8, 2017 The ...

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Autonomous Cars Race Narrows on Doubts about Clear…

BMW and Daimler, the world’s top luxury carmakers, have announced alliances with suppliers, talking up the virtues of having a bigger pool of engineers to develop a self-driving car. But another motive behind these deals, executives and industry experts told Reuters, is a concern that robocars may not live up ...

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