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A faction of Democrats determined to pursue impeachment of President Trump was emboldened by the Mueller report, but House Speaker Nancy Pelosi and other leaders have tamped down such talk.
Much of President Trump’s ire was directed at former White House counsel Donald McGahn, whose ubiquity in the report’s footnotes laid bare his cooperation in chronicling the president’s actions.
The Trump ally, who met with a financier close to Russian President Vladi­mir Putin, told the special counsel a different story than what he said in sworn testimony on Capitol Hill, officials believe.
Tensions are rising as the true believers have been threatening those they consider impious, brandishing knives, spitting at them and even burning down their tents.
Hampshire College, which has no admissions tests or grades, is embarking on a frantic fundraising campaign and an urgent effort to cut expenses without losing its soul. Its struggles serve as a case study for the growing ranks of small liberal arts schools in financial jeopardy.
Federal agents are said to have searched the apartment of the mastermind of the raid, during which masked assailants tied up staff, stole computers and fled to the United States.
The statements made by the caller added credence to complaints by supporters of Rep. Ilhan Omar (D-Minn.) that the political fixation on her statements about 9/11 could amount to an incitement of violence.
Sealed documents, shown during a trial between the two tech giants, offer a rare window into the decision-making of one of the world’s most secretive and powerful companies.
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Two experts looked into how “society and culture have reared a Columbine generation” and what role the media played.
David and Louise Turpin tortured 12 of their 13 children for years, starving them, hitting them, depriving them of sleep and shackling them to furniture.
Doctors believe Ja’bari Gray was born with a rare genetic condition that causes the skin to become fragile, developing blisters and erosions from even the smallest injuries.
(The Washington Post)
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