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Georgia Senate Passes ‘Heartbeat’ Abortion Ban Bill

(ATLANTA) — Amid protests and a heavy police presence, the Georgia Senate on Friday passed a bill banning almost all abortions after a fetal heartbeat can be detected. The bill, backed by Republican Gov. Brian Kemp, passed on a 34-18 party-line vote and would be one of the nation’s strictest anti-abortion measures if it becomes…
Tags: Uncategorized, Atlanta, Onetime


FEMA Released Personal Info of 2.3 Million Hurricane and Wildfire Survivors, Watchdog Says

Potentially exposing the victims to identity fraud and theft
Tags: Uncategorized, Onetime, Privacy


Here Are All of the Indictments, Guilty Pleas and Convictions From Robert Mueller’s Investigation

Since his appointment in May of 2017, Special Counsel Robert Mueller racked up a lengthy record of court wins, but none of them answered some of the central questions the public had about his investigation. Along with a team of experienced prosecutors and attorneys, the former FBI director has indicted, convicted or gotten guilty pleas…
Tags: Uncategorized, Donald Trump, Justice, Onetime, Robert Mueller, Russia


The Fight Over the Mueller Report Is Just Beginning. Here’s What Comes Next

"We’re going do everything in our legal and legislative powers"
Tags: Uncategorized, Congress, Donald Trump, Justice, Robert Mueller, William Barr


Read William Barr’s Letter to Congress Confirming the Mueller Report

The Attorney General told Congress he is 'committed to as much transparency as possible'
Tags: Uncategorized, Congress, Justice, Robert Mueller, White House, William Barr


William Barr Is Now the Sole Keeper of the Mueller Report. How He’ll Wield That Power Is a Mystery

Special counsel Robert Mueller has officially concluded his investigation after more than two years and turned his final report in to the Justice Department. What happens next depends on one man: the attorney general, William Barr. Justice Department rules now make Barr the sole keeper of the Mueller report. He alone decides what to do…
Tags: Uncategorized, Congress, Donald Trump, Justice, Justice Department, White House


Bill Barr Is Now the Sole Keeper of the Mueller Report. How He’ll Wield That Power Is a Mystery

Special counsel Robert Mueller has officially concluded his investigation after more than two years and turned his final report in to the Justice Department. What happens next depends on one man: the attorney general, William Barr. Justice Department rules now make Barr the sole keeper of the Mueller report. He alone decides what to do…
Tags: Uncategorized, Congress, Donald Trump, Justice, Justice Department, White House


Special Counsel Robert Mueller Delivers Report on Russia Probe to Justice Department

Special Counsel Robert Mueller on Friday delivered a long-awaited report to the Department of Justice about his investigation into whether the Trump campaign coordinated with the Russian government during the 2016 presidential campaign, marking the conclusion of a two-year investigation. Amid speculation that the report would be released soon, Trump has ramped up his criticism…
Tags: Uncategorized, Donald Trump, Justice, Onetime, White House


Elizabeth Warren Bucks the Trend by Running on Ideas

Presidential campaigns tend to follow a pattern: Start with big themes, then slowly roll out detailed policies as the primary unfolds. It’s a safe approach. After all, there’s no telling what the public might end up thinking about policy ideas like the Green New Deal or Medicare for All when the election is held 19…
Tags: Uncategorized, 2020 Election, Elizabeth Warren


R. Kelly’s Overseas Trip to Perform in Dubai Is in Legal Limbo

Kelly's entertainment attorney said any trip to the UAE was off for now
Tags: Uncategorized, Courts, Dubai, Onetime, R. Kelly, United Arab Emirates


‘Jilted Battlegrounds.’ Could Former Swing States End the Electoral College?

Like other political operatives, John Koza keeps tabs on the Electoral College map. But he’s not looking at big swing states like Florida and Pennsylvania. Instead, the head of the National Popular Vote advocacy group is keenly interested in the states that presidential campaigns recently stopped caring as much about. It’s those states — places…
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Couple Seeks a Strict Nanny Who Dresses Up Like Disney Princesses for $52,000

Raising children isn’t the easiest thing in the world, which is why some parents resort to desperate measures to keep their kids in order. A couple in Hertfordshire, England is looking for a part-time nanny for their twin girls with one particular stipulation: that they dress up as a different Disney princess every month. In…
Tags: Uncategorized, Onetime, Viral


Charlottesville Police Arrest Suspect After Racist Online Threat Caused Schools to Close

Police in Charlottesville, VA have charged a teenage suspect for making violent threats online targeting students of color at a public high school that lead to a two-day school closure across the district. On Wednesday, police were alerted to threats targeting non-white students at Charlottesville High School made on the messaging board 4chan, according to…
Tags: Uncategorized, Onetime, Virginia


Over 600 People Have Been Killed by Cyclone Idai Across Southern Africa As Floodwaters Ease

Fears are rising that the waters could yield up many more bodies
Tags: Uncategorized, Africa, Cyclone, Onetime


Trump Again Bucked His Own Government’s Actions on North Korea

President Donald Trump scrapped new financial sanctions against the North Korean government Friday, just one day after his own Treasury Department announced them. “It was announced today by the U.S. Treasury that additional large scale Sanctions would be added to those already existing Sanctions on North Korea. I have today ordered the withdrawal of those…
Tags: Uncategorized, Donald Trump, North Korea


White House Announces End to Islamic State-Controlled Territory in Syria

Controlling territory gave the group room to launch attacks around the world
Tags: Uncategorized, ISIS, Onetime, The White House


What to Know About the Origins of Fascism’s Brutal Ideology

A historian of fascism answers questions about the early history of one of the 20th century's cruelest ideas
Tags: Uncategorized, World


European Union Takes Control of Brexit Timeline From Theresa May

The leaders agreed to extend the Brexit date until May 22
Tags: Uncategorized, Brexit, Onetime


Please Enjoy the Memes While You Wait for the Mueller Report

People are killing time waiting for the Mueller report by making jokes. Whether or not Special Counsel Robert Mueller is about to submit his long-anticipated report, people are keeping busy doing what they do best: making memes. In the moments leading up to the public release of his investigation into whether President Donald Trump’s campaign…
Tags: Uncategorized, Onetime, Politics, Viral


President Trump Intensifies Attacks Against Special Counsel Robert Mueller’s Russia Investigation

The probe is widely expected to end in the coming weeks
Tags: Uncategorized, Onetime, Robert Mueller, Russia Investigation, White House


9-Year-Old U.S. Citizen Detained for 32 Hours After Crossing the Border to Go to School

A 9-year-old U.S. citizen was accused of lying about her identity and was detained for more than 30 hours by Customs and Border Patrol (CBP) officers when she tried to cross the U.S.-Mexico border earlier this week, her family said. Julia Isabel Amparo Medina was stopped on the routine journey from her home in Tijuana,…
Tags: Uncategorized, Immigration, Onetime


More Towns Evacuate as Missouri River Flooding Continues to Rise

About 1,200 residents of the Kansas town of Elwood were urged to leave
Tags: Uncategorized, Missouri, Onetime, Weather


UCLA Gymnast Speaks Out About Cutting the Michael Jackson Music From the Floor Routine That Made Her a Star

"My main goal is to find as much joy as possible in this routine"
Tags: Uncategorized, Onetime, Sports, Viral




Why So Many People Are Fascinated by My Blended Family

A neighbor once spent an entire neighborhood night out trying to figure out our family. Question by question, he attempted to piece together the six of us in a way he could understand. Finally he just came out and said it: “So, which one are yours and which ones are your husband’s?” I flinched visibly.…
Tags: Uncategorized, Blended Families, Family


The Quick Read on Thailand’s First Election in 8 Years

The Thai people head to the polls on Sunday for the first time since the country’s military seized power in a 2014
Tags: Uncategorized, Thailand, The Quick Read



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