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Comey, embarrassed by the immigration crisis, considered hiding citizenship

Former FBI Director James Comey speaks during a Senate Intelligence Committee hearing. (Photo: Andrew Harnik / AP) WASHINGTON – Former FBI director James Comey is "ashamed and" appalled at the way the US government separated immigrant children from their families and Irish Media report thought to conceal his citizenship when he came to Ireland. Comey, who was last fired by …

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XXXTentacion Public Viewing will be held at the BB & T Center in Florida

XXXTentacion fans will have the opportunity to pay tribute to the deceased rapper during an open public monument on Wednesday (June 27) at the BB & T Center in Sunrise, Fla. "Fan requests for a Public Viewing and Memorial were overwhelming, we decided to have the memorial in one of Florida's largest stadiums so we could all accommodate," Aishah White …

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GOP Sen. Bright seating key at the Nevada Democratic Convention

RENO, Nevada (AP) – The Democrat from Nevada tries to dethrone the Republican Senator Dean Heller opened his rally party on Saturday with an attack on his vacillating immigration, health and planned parental status. Rep. Jacky Rosen told hundreds of waving delegates in a hotel casino in Reno that Heller had turned his back on the workers' Nevada. He says …

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Katie Arrington, S. C. Republican, who beat Mark Sanford, is badly injured in a car accident: NPR

Nearly ten days ago, Katie Arrington celebrated a highly competitive election victory. The South Carolina Conservative MP had wrested long-time Rep. Mark Sanford's official defeat in the US presidential GOP preselection. Now Arrington, 47, faces a very different type of battle in the hospital. A friend had been hopeful the US house on Friday night, when her car was hit …

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The gay pioneer Dick Leitsch, who held a "sip-in" protest, dies at the age of 83

Receive breaking news and special reports. The news and stories that are important were delivered on weekday mornings. SUBSCRIPTION Dick Leitsch, a titan of the early gay rights movement who led "sip" protests in the 1960s, died Friday in New York City, Ken Lustbader, co-director of the NYC LGBT Historic Sites Project, confirmed NBC News. He was 83 years old. …

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Sanders says she was thrown out of the restaurant because she works for Trump

"Their deeds say a lot more about them than about me," White House spokeswoman Sarah Huckabee Sanders wrote about the owner of the restaurant. | Win McNamee / Getty Images By BRENT D. GRIFFITHS 23/06/2018 12:41 PM EDT Updated Jun 23, 2012 01:11 AM EDT 2018-06-23T01: 11- 0400 White House Press Secretary Sarah Huckabee Sanders claimed Saturday she was kicked …

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Antwon Rose protests: Car drives through the crowd in Pittsburgh

Four people were arrested when hundreds of demonstrators blocked the streets, said Colegan McDonough, police chief of Allegheny County. Police are looking for a black sedan that drove through the crowd late on Friday, said city spokesman Chris Togneri. No injuries were reported, he said. Protesters were near PNC Park, where fans left a Pittsburgh Pirates baseball game when the …

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