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Comey Strikes Deal Regarding Congressional Testimony

James Comey testifies before Senate Judiciary Committee 05-03-17

Former FBI Director James Comey ended a legal battle with House Republicans on Sunday, announcing that he will testify behind closed doors on Capitol Hill this week after receiving assurances that a transcript of his interview will be released to the public. Comey’s announcement brings to an end a short-lived standoff over the former FBI chief’s congressional testimony. Republicans on the ...

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FACT CHECK: Does Airbnb ‘Blacklist’ Israeli Apartments In The West Bank While Still Doing Business In Other Disputed Regions?

Michael Oren, a deputy minister in the Israeli prime minister’s office and the former Israeli ambassador to the U.S., claimed on Twitter that the property rental company Airbnb “blacklists” Israeli apartments in the West Bank, while continuing to allow listings in other disputed territories. Airbnb blacklists Jewish apartments in Judea and Samaria – not Palestinian apartments, not apartments in Turkish occupied ...

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These Are The Greediest Most Sin-Filled Cities In America, Study Says

Las Vegas lives up to its notorious title of “Sin City” as the most vice-filled city in America, and many other cities are plagued by similar vices, according to a Monday study. Las Vegas, Los Angeles and New York rank as the top three most sinful cities in the U.S., respectively, according to a WalletHub study published on Nov. 26. Houston and St. ...

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Former Scott Pruitt Aide, Cleared Of Wrongdoing, Speaks Out, But The Democrat Who Accused Her Remains Silent

Former EPA official Samantha Dravis spoke out against now disproven accusations leveled by Democrats. Democrats accused her of missing months of work while at EPA, but investigators found no evidence of this. “This was an allegation that was completely unfounded from the start,” Dravis said. Democratic Delaware Sen. Tom Carper was silent on news federal investigators could not substantiate allegations ...

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Here Were George H. W. Bush’s Final Words To His Family

Former President George H.W. Bush uttered his last words before passing Friday night to his son, CNN reported Saturday, citing a family source. Former President George W. Bush wished his father a goodbye vie speakerphone and told him that he had been a “wonderful dad” and that he loved him. His father replied: “I love you, too.” The 41st U.S. president ...

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Fox, Nat Geo Investigate Neil DeGrasse Tyson After Multiple Claims Of Sexual Misconduct

Fox and National Geographic are investigating astrophysicist and television host Neil deGrasse Tyson after multiple women made claims of sexual misconduct against him, the companies said in a statement Saturday. Tyson is the host of science docuseries “Cosmos” that both Fox and National Geographic are scheduled to air in March 2019, reported USA Today. “We have only just become aware of ...

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Chicago School Board Sues DeVos, Education Dept Over Withheld Funding

Senate Confirmation Hearing Betsy Devos

Chicago Public Schools (CPS) sued Education Secretary Betsy DeVos and the U.S. Department of Education (DOE) on Friday, claiming they unlawfully withheld $4 million in grants surrounding the district’s alleged mishandling of sexual assault complaints. The funds would have turned three public schools into magnet schools, the Chicago Tribune reported Friday. Magnet schools are still public schools, but often specialize in specific themes like Science, ...

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NPR Falsely Accuses Don Jr Of Lying In Senate Testimony

NPR published a report Friday asserting that Donald Trump Jr.’s testimony to the Senate about efforts to build a Trump Tower in Moscow were inconsistent with Michael Cohen’s claims about the same project in his plea deal Thursday.

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The Whole Earth Shook This November And Scientists Don’t Know Why

Scientists still can’t agree on what caused a continuous and dull subterranean rumbling interrupted by regular bursts near Madagascar that shook every seismograph on Earth on Nov. 11 for 30 minutes, according to a Thursday Gizmodo report.

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FBI Raids Home Of Clinton Foundation Whistleblower

FBI agents raided the home of a recognized Department of Justice whistleblower who privately delivered documents pertaining to the Clinton Foundation and Uranium One to a government watchdog, according to the whistleblower’s attorney.

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