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People in Trump's political orbit who have pleaded guilty

This includes the eight federal charges of which he was convicted last month in a jury trial in Alexandria, Virginia, the 10 additional charges on which the jury voted 11-1, failing to convict because of a lone holdout, and the two counts of conspiracy.

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Kavanaugh Assault Accuser Has Not Agreed to Testify

They want additional witnesses beyond Kavanaugh and Ford to be added to the Monday hearing. Democrats are demanding that the FBI be given time to reopen its background investigation into Kavanaugh so it can check the assertions of Christine Blasey Ford , the woman accusing Kavanaugh of assault.

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Doctors and nurses rally against Syria regime Idlib…

Erdoğan and his Russian counterpart Vladimir Putin met on September 17 in the coastal city of Sochi. Russian and Turkish military police would then carry out coordinated patrols of the zone - which would be 12 miles deep - from October 15, Mr Putin said .

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Blunt wants to investigate Kavanaugh allegations

According to Bloomberg News, who spoke to a White House official, President Trump's team will continue forward with the nomination, refusing to pull Kavanaugh's name from the nomination, and instead they will try to attack the credibility of the alleged victim.

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Woman comes forward to accuse Kavanaugh of sexual misconduct

According to her account, she escaped from Kavanaugh when his friend and classmate at Georgetown Preparatory School, Mark Judge, jumped on top of them, "sending all three tumbling". In 1991, Anita Hill testified before the Senate Judiciary Committee claiming Supreme Court Justice Clarence Thomas sexually harassed her when she worked with him at the Education Department and Equal Employment Opportunity Commission.

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Brett Kavanaugh Accuser Opens Up About the Alleged Sexual Assault

The Post reports Ford first contacted the paper in early July, several weeks before she wrote a confidential letter to Sen. The notes also say four boys attacked her - but Ford insists this was the therapist's mistake. "That was true when he was in high school, and it has remained true to this day", they said. "Sexual assault, in high school, from an anonymous source?" "Now, they're coming at him with this accusation from someone anonymous that he was at a party, which I find hard to ...

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U.S. border agent charged with murder of four women

Another woman who is suspected to have been a fifth victim is said to have escaped from Ortiz and alerted authorities to him. A U.S. Border Patrol agent was arrested Saturday on suspicion of killing four prostitutes and attempting to kidnap another victim.

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Horror for tourists as rocks fall on to beach on Greek island

According to BBC News, at least seven people were injured. Video footage of the moment showed the rock split and drop onto the shore, sending up a cloud of dust and speeding waves inland over the assorted tourists. Her husband and two children were hospitalised with minor injuries . O'Connell estimates there are around 400 to 500 people in the area when the rockfall occurred and around a dozen tourist boats were out in the bay.

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Putin Proposes Peace Treaty With Japan Before Year's End

It is reported by the Chronicle.info with reference to Capital. "There is a very strong chance that Putin and Xi will talk about North Korea", says Gabuev, who likens China and Russia's differing approaches to North Korea to a good cop/bad cop approach.

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Teen killed when exploded chimney falls on vehicle

The gas firm's parent company Indiana-based NiSource said its thoughts were with those affected by the incident. Dozens of homes were reported to have caught fire in several northern MA towns on Thursday after a series of suspected gas explosions.

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Trump cites 'American defiance' in 9/11 tribute to victims

Trump was also photographed giving a thumbs up as he toured the memorial to the 40 Flight 93 victims. "It's the anniversary of one of the worst tragedies in American history - and Donald Trump is PUMPED!" tweeted Chicago tribune columnist Rex Huppke .

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Trump Accuses Democrats of Altering Statistics on Hurricane Deaths in Puerto Rico

US President Donald Trump is disputing official findings that almost 3,000 people died in Puerto Rico as a result of last year's storms. "My only consideration was the well-being of the Puerto Rican people". "Those are just the facts of what happens when a terrible hurricane hits an isolated place like an island". "It wasn't because this president doesn't care about Puerto Rico".

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Putin says suspects in Novichok poisoning are 'civilians'

Yulia and Sergei were discovered slumped on a bench in a critical condition - with the nerve agent also poisoning fearless policemen Sgt Nick Bailey, and later residents Charlie Rowley and Dawn Sturgess. Following the poisoning, it was indicated that the Central Intelligence Agency would offer to settle the pair into a new life with new identities in the U.S., to protect them from any further assassination attempts.

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Democrats Ramp Up Attacks on Kavanaugh's Honesty After Hearings

Wade. Bennet, a Democrat and Colorado's senior senator, released a statement via Twitter on Tuesday morning saying the nominee will threaten women's right to abortions and make decisions that would end up causing harm to the environment.

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Trump administration to threaten ICC judges with sanctions, prosecution

Palestinian President Mahmoud Abbas halted ties with the Trump administration in December after the US recognized contested Jerusalem as Israel's capital. The head of the PLO delegation to the USA accused the Trump administration of "dismantling decades of US vision and engagement in Palestine ". A protester takes part in a demonstration against the USA funding cut to the UN Relief and Works Agency for Palestine Refugees in the Near East, in the Ramallah, the occupied West Bank, ...

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Former PM Nawaz Sharif, Maryam Nawaz released on parole

Pakistan Prime Minister, Nawaz Sharif, left, accompanied by his wife Kulsoom Nawaz, arrives at the Tribhuwan Airport to attend the 18th summit of South Asian Association for Regional Cooperation (SAARC) in Kathmandu, Nepal, Tuesday, November 25, 2014.

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Obama asks: 'What happened to Republican Party?'

Pritzker, Comptroller Susana Mendoza and state Treasurer Mike Frerichs were all in the crowd. " Many of them never imagined running for office, but what they understood is the stakes are high in this election". Obama is receiving an award for ethics in government at the University of Illinois Urbana-Champaign. Obama's speech at the Anaheim Convention Center in Southern California, a region traditionally held by Republicans , was a stump for Democrats Josh Harder, TJ Cox, Katie Hill, ...

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USA southeast braces for 'days and days' of floods from Florence

The powerful storm is expected to make landfall in the Carolinas late Thursday, and almost 1.5 million people are under mandatory evacuation orders in North Carolina , South Carolina and Virginia . High winds will bring down trees and power lines, so residents are urged to be prepared to go without electricity for several days. "Storm surge" refers to the dome of water which hurricanes sweep up and over the coastlines they impact.

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Flights halted after man speeds onto France airport runway

Dozens of police and airport officials were involved in a chaotic chase in France after a motorist drove onto the runway at Lyon's Saint-Exupéry airport. The driver was said to have been driving down the road in the wrong direction and caused "several accidents" before "forcing a toll barrier" and then two doors to gain entrance to the airport.

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Bob Woodward: 'Great Washington Denial Machine' Driven By Politics, Not Truth

President Trump on Monday morning ripped Bob Woodward's new book as a "total joke", threatening that he'll write the "real book" about his presidency. Actually, Guthrie's question was a softball, giving Woodward a chance to explain, somewhat confusingly, that his sources might be anonymous but the "incidents" are not.

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Obama rebukes Trump, 'politics of fear'

After a particularly brutal loss in the 2010 midterms - 63 House seats and six Senate seats - Obama said the party had received a "shellacking". "There is a phrase that we used to use [when I was governor] for staff that acted this way, and it's called 'we know better, '" Paterson said.

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China's USA trade surplus hit record high in August

The Trump administration has already imposed tariffs on US$50 billion worth of shipments from its largest trading partner, with the US$200 billion tranche expected to come soon. Imports from the United States reached $13.3 billion, a 2% increase from the previous year. The White House has accused China of stealing USA intellectual property and forcing American companies to share their technology with Chinese companies.

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In the fight against crime, Russian Violinist collaborated with the Spanish intelligence

The Organization for the Prohibition of Chemical Weapons confirmed Tuesday that Mr. Rowley and Ms. Sturgess were also exposed to Novichok . The leaders added they would strengthen their activities to defend their societies against "malign state activity" and disrupt the hostile actions of foreign intelligence networks.

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Children among five found dead at home in Perth, Australia

It's understood police are examining CCTV footage from nearby homes which sit opposite the Coode Street house. Late this morning, a man in his 20s attended a regional WA police station and provided some information which caused police to attend the home on Coode Street, Bedford .

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Cincinnati shooting's death toll could have been higher, authorities say

The Cincinnati Enquirer reported that with four dead, including the gunman , this is the deadliest mass shooting in the Cincinnati region since 2013. Ebony Ginyard, who works at a Dunkin' Donuts in Fountain Square, said she and other workers and customers dropped to the floor when the shooting erupted, according to Reuters .