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Mark Kelly nods to the Arizona Democratic Senate

Former astronaut Mark Kelly won the Democratic Senate nomination in Arizona on Tuesday, formally launching his general election campaign against Sen. Martha McSallyMartha Elizabeth McSallyMark Kelly catches Democratic Senate nod in Arizona McSally defeats prime opponent for GOP Senate nod in Arizona unemployment debate triggers GOP divisions MORE (R-Ariz.). Kelly’s nomination was virtually never questioned. He faced no serious primary …

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Officers in Vallejo, California, used badges to mark any fatal police murder, the ex-captain says

In Vallejo, California, a former police captain claims a secret ritual that triggered an independent investigation by the city’s fiercely contested police: some officers who have been involved in fatal shootings since 2000 each time bend the tips of their star-shaped badges to mark them You killed someone on duty. Former Vallejo police captain John Whitney, a 19-year-old department veteran …

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The Nazi hunter against Mark Zuckerberg and Facebook

F.or in the past six decades Serge Klarsfeld has dedicated his life to the hunt for Nazis and their judiciary. There was Klaus Barbie, the notorious “butcher of Lyon” whom Klarsfeld and his wife Beate had tracked down in Peru; René Bousquet, who ordered thousands of Jews to die in the Vel ‘d’Hiv’ Roundup; and Paul Touvier, who was arrested …

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GOP MP Matt Gaetz files a criminal transfer against Facebook’s Mark Zuckerberg to William Barr

MEP Matt Gaetz, R-Fla., Asked Attorney General William Barr on Monday to open a criminal investigation against Mark Zuckerberg over allegations that the Facebook CEO lied to Congress. In a letter to Barr, Gaetz accused the social media manager of making two false statements to Congress in 2018. He claimed that Zuckerberg “repeatedly and categorically denied any bias against conservative …

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NCAA President Mark Emmert was concerned about the start of autumn sports

As the college football season got closer, NCAA President Mark Emmert said Tuesday that he was “very concerned” about the status of fall sports and thought a late start and a shortened schedule could “make sense”. “We can see what happens when people return to campus,” he told ESPN in an interview that focused on the continuing impact of the …

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Mark Cuban Battles Ted Cruz on Twitter

Cubans criticized Cruz The owner of Dallas Mavericks, Mark Cuban, commented on Twitter about players and professional athletes who were standing or kneeling during the national anthem. Cubans tweeted “The national anthem police in this country are out of control. If you want to complain, complain to your boss and ask why they don’t play the national anthem every day …

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