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Photos of the corpse of a New York teenager are still shared online: reports

The teenager was identified as Bianca Devins. (Police of Utica) Photos showing the body of a teenager allegedly killed by a man she met on Instagram continued to leak online on Tuesday, reportedly curbing their release. With the hashtag #yesjuliet, the bloody images were widely circulated, including through online posters illuminating or celebrating the teenager's death, followed by small social …

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The demolished house formally condemns Trump's comments, which were deemed "racist" after a dramatic battle over Pelosi

The Democratic-controlled House of Representatives passed a resolution on Tuesday evening condemning President Trump's "racist" statements – although the moment was overshadowed by a dramatic land struggle that ended with the expulsion of Speaker of Parliament Nancy Pelosi order for a breach of decorum. The unexpected chaos in Congress, which briefly led to the lifting of Pelosis speech on the …

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John Paul Stevens, longtime chairman of the liberal wing of the Supreme Court, dies at the age of 99

Charles Lane Editor and columnist specializing in economic and fiscal policy 16. July at 8:45 pm John Paul Stevens, a moderate Midwestern Republican and former Chicago antitrust lawyer who developed into a savvy politician and sometimes a passionate leader of the Liberal wing of the Supreme Court, became the third-longest judge on the colonel Court before retiring in 2010, died …

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Al Green, Democrat of Texas, institutes impeachment Trump

It is unlikely that Green's resolution will lead to an actual vote on House impeachment, but he may force the House to act within two legislatures under the House rules largely trying to address the issue of impeachment avoid. While Green said on Tuesday that he wants to vote on impeachment, Parliament has several options to end its efforts, even …

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Head of planned parenting expelled after eight months

Amy Goldstein Reporter on health policy and other socio-political issues 16. July at 16:11 Planned Parenthood's president was disqualified from her work in a dispute over her management on Tuesday. Style and direction of the largest organization for women's reproductive rights in the country in the face of growing political and legal challenges in abortion. The Planned Parenthood board met …

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Opinion: AOC and the Democrats gave Trump the fight he sought

President Trump is a gut-level politician who appears to respond frequently to unfiltered impulses. But his recent tweets about the self-proclaimed "team" of liberal House democrats feel calculated and not caffeinated. And despite the arguments of some GOP experts, they were not politically stupid. Humiliating, offensive, native, no president – yes, to all that too. But Trump insults for a …

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Roger Stone excluded from Instagram, Facebook and Twitter

The verdict came after a hearing in a federal court in Washington, where Jackson Stones lawyers put to the test and presented Stones team in recent months, several single items. "I have twice given you the benefit of the doubt, your lawyer had to … turn into a pretzel to argue that those posts did not cross the line," she …

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