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South Dakota lawmaker, brother-in-law drown in Cook Islands
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Officials say a South Dakota state representative and his brother-in-law have drowned in an apparent kayaking accident at the Cook Islands in the South Pacific

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2nd Al Franken accuser on why she went public with her story
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A woman says Sen. Al Franken groped her while taking a photo at the Minnesota State Fair in 2010.

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Trump signals welfare reform is next, with details to come
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Trump wants to make changing the welfare system a new priority

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Remember that left-winger who took student’s Trump cap, refused to give it back? Jail could be next.
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You might recall a left-wing student at the University of California, Riverside, caught on video delivering a 10-minute, profanity-laced political tirade in front of school officials after she took another student’s Make America Great Again hat right off his head. Image source: YouTube screenshot Well, turns out Edith Macias was charged with one misdemeanor count […]

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‘John Conyers must resign’: Democratic rep’s hometown paper calls for his ouster
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Rep. John Conyers Jr. (D-Mich.) has served the state of Michigan as a congressman since 1965. But after the revelation that he paid a former staffer to keep quiet about sexual harassment, his hometown newspaper wants him out of office. ‘Hush money’ The editorial board of the Detroit Free Press published an editorial with a […]

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Third accuser comes out against John Conyers as calls strengthen for his resignation
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Representative John Conyers has been hit with a third allegation of harassment by a woman who spoke to the Washington Post. Calls for his resignation have been growing, and are sure to strengthen on the news. Who is the third accuser? Melanie Sloan, a high-profile Washington lawyer, says that Conyers harassed and verbally abused her […]

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Uber could be in legal trouble after covering up its latest data breach
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Uber was hacked in 2016, didn’t tell anyone, and paid the hackers $100,000 to destroy the data. Now they could face legal consequences for failing to disclose the breach of personal information. The hack In what one security expert called an unsophisticated hack, hackers stole phone numbers, email addresses and names of 57 million Uber […]

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