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Ex-Gov. Bill Weld takes the first step towards Trump's primary challenge

Massachusetts former GOP Governor Bill Weld has set up a committee to investigate a major Republican challenge in 2020 against President Trump. The footsteps of Weld's Politics and Eggs headline, a statement acknowledged by Fox News, are a must-see in the state of New Hampshire for all the hopes of the White House. "I think there is definitely a way …

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The attack on Jason Van Dyke reflects the "mentality" that people will not rest until they are either sentenced to life imprisonment or killed in prison, "the lawyer says

Last week's attack on former Chicago police officer Jason Van Dyke in his prison cell in Connecticut reflects "the mentality out there … that people will not rest until they are either sentenced to life in prison or killed in prison "The senior litigation attorney said Thursday. Daniel Herbert joined Van Dyke's wife Tiffany and demanded to know why Van …

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A strong storm sweeps California, causing mudslides and flooding

The system affected much of the state – and especially the drenched areas along the coast, according to the Weather Forecast Center of the National Weather Service. "Southern California is particularly vulnerable to excessive rainfall and mudslides – so this region has a high risk – with moderate risk to Los Angeles," it said. The heavy rain and snowfall in …

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According to texts, collusion between police and right-wing extremists shows Oregon's official statements

Recent emails Receive breaking news and special reports. The news and stories that mattered provided the day of the week in the morning. SUBSCRIBE Feb. 15, 2019, 9:13 AM GMT By Associated Press PORTLAND, Ore. A member of the Portland City Council said in a newspaper report Thursday that the police rapid response commander had exchanged friendly text messages with …

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Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez celebrates the demolition of the New York HQ2 plan by Amazon, the defeat of the "power of the richest man in the world"

Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez (D-NY) celebrated the Amazon's abandonment of the plans of the multi-billion dollar company to establish a new headquarters in New York City, which it hailed as a victory for the activists. Amazon Opted Out for Long Island City, Queens The list of potential locations for what was named "HQ2" after the Town Hall provided tax relief of …

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High-speed rail test bench that shuts down the track

Given the current debate surrounding the recently proposed Green New Deal, which Democrats have advocated as a means of combating climate change and overhauling the US economic and transportation system, the timing is remarkable. The plan, without going into details, relies heavily on the idea that high-speed trains could significantly reduce the country's carbon footprint. Republicans, who had already criticized …

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Jeff Sessions reportedly complained about the FBI's "Irish" absence

Former Attorney General Jeff Sessions once complained about the racial makeup of the FBI and recalled the "old days" when "they all hired only Irishmen," as former deputy FBI director Andrew McCabe wrote. "He used to say you all hired only Irishmen," Sessions said after an excerpt from McCabe's memoir, which was reviewed by the Wall Street Journal. "They were …

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Ohio Nursing Home: One under the care of nurses "dead-hungry patient," says the Attorney General

A Franklin County grand jury convicted seven people who had worked as nurses at the Whetstone Gardens & Care Center in Columbus in 2017, Yost said in a press conference. The accused faces 34 charges, including involuntary manslaughter and neglect of patients, Yost said. One patient literally died as a direct result of neglecting the nurses, Yost said, adding that …

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