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Woman suspected of sending a poisoned letter to Trump, arrested

The woman was carrying a gun and, according to the law enforcement officer, was arrested by US authorities. US prosecutors in Washington, DC are expected to bring charges against them. CNN previously reported that law enforcement officials had intercepted a package of ricin sent to Trump last week, according to two law enforcement officers, and that investigators had investigated the …

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Fact check: Biden falsely claims that the Trump campaign asked him about the Supreme Court list only after Ruth Bader Ginsburg’s death

We’re still rummaging through Biden’s Philadelphia address transcript, but here are two first fact-checks. Biden also claimed that the Trump campaign asked him to post such a list only after Ginsburg’s death. “We can’t rewrite history any further, mess up norms and ignore our cherished system of checks and balances. That includes the whole business of publishing a list of …

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Leak reveals $ 2 billion in potentially corrupt US financial activity US crimes

Thousands of documents listing $ 2 trillion (£ 1.55 billion) of potentially corrupt transactions washed through the US financial system have been passed on to an international group of investigative journalists. The leak focuses on more than 2,000 Suspicious Activity Reports (SARs) filed with the US government’s Financial Crimes Enforcement Network (FinCEN). Banks and other financial institutions file SARs when …

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Democrats are threatening to grab the Supreme Court if Trump’s nomination goes through

Democrats have threatened to grab the Supreme Court if Donald Trump’s nomination is confirmed after Ruth Bader Ginsburg’s death. The president called on the GOP-led Senate on Saturday to immediately examine its upcoming nomination to fill the seat vacated by Judge Ginsburg, who died on Friday. The move takes place just six weeks before the election. Since 1869, nine judges …

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Subway derailment injuries 3, officials say

Three people were slightly injured on Sunday morning after a train northbound. A train hit an object that was believed to have been thrown on the tracks and derailed. One passenger was taken to a hospital and two others were evaluated and refused to be transported, the fire department said. About 135 people were on the train. Sarah E. Feinberg, …

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Supreme Court Live Updates and Trackers: Ruth Bader Ginsburg Vacancy

Ms. Murkowski’s stance against voting ahead of the November elections was remarkable, especially given the signals from the White House that the government hopes to nominate someone for the position in the coming days. Ms. Murkowski made sure that her position was retained from 2016, but several other Republicans who refused to approve Merrick B. Garland, President Obama’s election for …

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FinCEN files: HSBC postponed the Ponzi program by millions despite warnings

HSBC allowed scammers to transfer millions of dollars around the world even after learning of their scam. The UK’s largest bank transferred the money to HSBC accounts in Hong Kong through its US business in 2013 and 2014. His role in the $ 80 million (£ 62 million) fraud is described in a leak of documents – the banks’ “suspicious …

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Supreme Court, Ginsburg News Tracker: Live Updates

Ms. Murkowski’s remarks were not about how she felt in the weeks after the November election on a judicial vote, when Congress is in a so-called “lame duck” session and continues on legislation and Can vote on nominations. Senator Susan Collins, Republican of Maine, said Saturday not only that the Senate should not vote on a candidate before the election, …

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