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Inspector general referred findings on McCabe to US attorney for consideration of criminal charges
Washington Post
The Justice Department inspector general referred its finding that former FBI Deputy Director Andrew McCabe repeatedly misled investigators who were examining a media disclosure to the top federal prosecutor in D.C. to determine whether McCabe should ...
Justice IG sends criminal referral of Andrew McCabe to US attorneyCNN
DOJ inspector general refers Andrew McCabe to US attorney for a criminal investigationBusiness Insider
Inspector general says fired FBI head McCabe should be prosecutedNew York Post
Above the Law -Chicago Tribune -USA TODAY
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Wall Street Journal

After 59 Years, a Castro Is No Longer Official Leader of Cuba
Wall Street Journal
Raúl Castro kicked off a generational change in Cuba by handing over the nation's presidency to his handpicked successor, marking the first time since 1959 that Cuba's destiny will be in the hands of a man not named Castro. But Cuba's new 57-year-old ...
Cuba's new president vows to defend legacy of Castro revolutionReuters
Cuba, Long Led By Castros, Hails A New President Outside The FamilyNPR
What you need to know about Cuba's new president, Miguel Diaz-Canel, as Raul Castro steps downABC News
BuzzFeed News -Minneapolis Star Tribune -National Review
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McConnell, the Senate's decider, discovers the limits of his control
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Mitch McConnell is correct when he boasts of being the Senate's decider, the person who determines which bills and nominations get considered. “I'm the one who decides what we take to the floor. That's my responsibility as the majority leader. And we ...
Grassley on special counsel bill: McConnell's views 'do not govern' his committeeCNN
Republicans Push Bill To Protect Mueller, Without McConnell's SupportNPR
Grassley: McConnell doesn't control my committeeThe Hill
Bloomberg -Townhall
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Prince's death: Superstar didn't know he was taking fentanyl; no one charged with a crime
Music superstar Prince died two years ago because he thought he was taking the common painkiller Vicodin when, unbeknownst to him, it was laced with deadly fentanyl, authorities said Thursday. "He thought he was taking Vicodin and not fentanyl," said ...
No Criminal Charges in Prince's Overdose DeathNew York Times
No criminal charges in Prince's death, attorney saysCNN
No Criminal Charges To Be Brought In Prince's DeathNPR
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Trump attorney Michael Cohen withdraws libel lawsuits over Russia dossier
Washington Post
Lawyers for President Trump's longtime attorney Michael Cohen have withdrawn defamation lawsuits against BuzzFeed and the political research firm Fusion GPS related to a dossier that included claims Cohen helped organize Russian interference into the ...
Michael Cohen Drops Defamation Suits Against BuzzFeed, Fusion GPS Over Russia DossierWall Street Journal
Trump Attorney Cohen Drops Dossier Lawsuits Against Fusion GPS, BuzzFeedNPR
Trump lawyer Michael Cohen drops lawsuits against BuzzFeed, Fusion GPS over Steele
Bloomberg -ABC News -CNBC -CBS News
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Trump threatens to cut funding from California troop deployment
President Donald Trump threatened Thursday to cut off federal funding for the deployment of California's National Guard if Gov. Jerry Brown insists that the troops "do nothing," an apparent jab at the state official's insistence that they not perform ...
Trump escalates feud with California governor, refuses to pay for National Guard deploymentWashington Post
President Trump visits Key West for briefing on drug interdiction effortsABC News
Trump tweets: “The crime rate in California is high enough.” California is a safer-than-average state.Vox

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Syracuse suspends engineering fraternity for 'racist, anti-Semitic, homophobic' video
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“Do you know what you signed up for today?” a fraternity member says in the video as he stands in front of a young man kneeling on the floor. The young man on his knees then proceeds to make sexually explicit gestures as laughter erupts around him ...
Syracuse University suspends fraternity after 'extremely racist' video emergesCNN
Syracuse University suspends fraternity after 'extremely racist' video
Syracuse University's Theta Tau fraternity suspended over 'extremely racist' and 'homophobic' videoABC News -CBS News -USA TODAY
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#TBT: Barbara Bush's own diplomatic triumph
(CNN) Since her passing on Tuesday, a lot has been said of Barbara Bush, admiring her wit, love of family and her role as first lady. Her 1990 address to Wellesley College graduates checked all of those boxes, serving up some of her greatest hits. You ...
A Well-Bred Yankee Embraced by HoustonNew York Times
The Daily 202: Barbara Bush and Donald Trump responded very differently to the AIDS epidemicWashington Post
Professor under fire for calling Barbara Bush a racistCBS News
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Ex-911 Operator Crenshanda Williams Gets Probation for Hanging up on Thousands of Callers
Yahoo News
A former 911 operator in Houston who hung up on thousands of people contacting emergency services has been sentenced. Crenshanda Williams, 44, was found guilty on Wednesday following a trial in Harris County of interference with emergency telephone ...
'Ain't nobody got time for this': 911 dispatcher sentenced to jail after hanging up on thousands of callersWashington Post
Texas emergency operator jailed for 911 call hang upsBBC News
911 operator jailed for hanging up on callers: 'Nobody got time for this'The Mercury News
Sacramento Bee
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'They can't be here for us': Black men arrested at Starbucks tell their story for the first time
Washington Post
One week after they were arrested at a Philadelphia Starbucks, the two black men seen in a cellphone video viewed more than 11 million times went on “Good Morning America” Thursday to describe how arriving 10 minutes early to a business meeting landed ...
Men Arrested at Starbucks Hope to Ensure 'This Situation Doesn't Happen Again'New York Times
2 black men arrested at Starbucks get an apology from policeABC News
Men arrested at Starbucks say they feared for their livesLos Angeles Times
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