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1,400 cases in which officials were investigated by Texas prosecutors

In Harris County District Attorney's Bulletin, Officer Gerald Goines was dismissed from the service. Nicole DeBorde, Goine's lawyer, told CNN on Wednesday that her client, who was shot in the face and neck, is still paid as a police officer, but did not speak to the boss. Goines was involved on January 28 In a drug-related attack, two people were …

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Accidents develop in heavy snow, ice storm; Over 2,000 flight cancellations in the Midwest and Northeast

(AP Photo / Evan Vucci) During a winter storm, snow falls on the White House, Wednesday, February 20, 2019, in Washington. (AP Photo / Jessica Gresko) Crews remove early morning snow during a Winterstorm at the Supreme Court on Wednesday, February 20, 2019 in Washington. [AP Photo / J. Scott Applewhite] Visitors await entry into the Supreme Court as a …

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William Happer is Trump's choice to lead the new panel on climate change

The Pentagon and several federal agencies have repeatedly warned over the years that climate change poses a threat to national security. The White House reportedly appealed to a panel to question it again. The Washington Post cites a discussion paper from the National Security Council (NSC) that received it, and reports that White House staff would prepare an executive commission …

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The video shows Shanann Watts shortly before death

The video from the front door in their home in Frederick, Colorado records the moment a friend leaves Watts on August 13, 2018, from the airport. She can be seen carrying her suitcase up the driveway and to the door. The Short Movie It is believed that the video clip is the last time that Shanann Watts, who was 15 …

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Catholic teenager from Covington sues Washington Post for $ 250 million: NPR

The family of Nicholas Sandman, 16, sued The Washington Post and accused the newspaper of targeting the students of Covington Catholic High School for political reasons. Sandman can be seen here on January 18, along with Native American activist Nathan Phillips. Kaya Taitano / Social Media via Reuters Hide caption Caption switch Kaya Taitano / Social Media via Reuters The …

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Attorney General William Barr should publish the full Robert Mueller report when finished

W After special adviser Robert Mueller has completed his investigation into Russia's interference in the 2016 presidential election, Attorney General William Barr is to determine how much of the report will be disclosed to Congress and the public. He should publish the full report. Although CNN reports that Barr will announce next week that Mueller has completed his report, we …

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The Ministry of Justice is already preparing for the Müller report next week

The preparations are the clearest indication that Mueller has almost completed his nearly two-year investigation. The exact time of announcement is subject to change. The scope and contours of what Barr will send Congress remains unclear. It is also unclear how long it takes for judicial officials to prepare what should be presented to the legislature. However, with President Donald …

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The Supreme Court unanimously states that states can not steal your car

O On Wednesday, the Supreme Court unanimously ruled that it is unconstitutional for states to steal people's cars. This is a big step forward in forfeiting civil assets and the practice of states and cities seizing personal property as a means of raising funds. The decision is a victory for Tyson Timbs, a man of note Indiana, who had fought …

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CNN was "thrilled" to serve as a spokesman for the former Jeff Sessions as a political editor in the face of setbacks

C NN sent a memo to employees on Wednesday morning, saying the editors were "thrilled" that a former spokeswoman for former Attorney General Jeff Sessions joined the team. The staff memo states that "Sarah Isgur Flores will bring a wealth of government, policy, communication, and legal experience to our team," said CNN Media Correspondent Brian Stelter Political Editor and Word …

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NYC subway train pulls man to his death

(Newser) – Commuters stationed on a subway platform at New York's Grand Central Terminal experienced a terrible scene on Tuesday when a man was caught in a train and dragged into a tunnel. The unidentified 39-year-old walked on the yellow warning line at 19:20 on the edge of the platform when either his clothes or the belt of his bag …

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