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Five charged in alleged $722 million cryptocurrency Ponzi scheme

Prosecutors say BitClub Network solicited money from individuals in exchange for shares of purported cryptocurrency mining pools that were never provided.

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Trump slams 'flimsy, pathetic, ridiculous articles of impeachment'

President Donald Trump attacked Democrats and the articles of impeachment they introduced on Tuesday, claiming that there was no evidence of a crime. He also criticized the FBI in the wake of the Inspector General report.

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Judge bars Trump from building border wall with military funds

A U.S. judge bars President Trump from using $3.6 billion in military construction funds to pay for a wall along the Mexico border.

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Facing Scrutiny, Pete Buttigieg Releases List of McKinsey Clients

The list of clients includes: Blue Cross Blue Shield of Michigan and Canadian supermarket chain Loblaws,

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No-fly rule for Saudi students after US base attack

Flights for 300 aviation students are paused after the shooting at Pensacola left three sailors dead.

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Jersey City Gun Battle Leaves 6 Dead, Including Officer and 2 Shooters

Cops went in guns blazing.

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The USMCA is finally done. Here’s what is in it.

Welcome to NAFTA 2.0. The new deal updates NAFTA for the 21st century, especially on intellectual property, labor rights and environmental protections.

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Pentagon inspector general 'evaluating' Trump's border deployments

The inquiry will also look at the costs of the mission.

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'End this': Republicans poised to call no witnesses during Trump impeachment trial in Senate

Senate Republicans do not expect to call witnesses President Trump might want to hear from most in an impeachment trial, conceding there are not the votes to summon key figures such as Hunter Biden and the unidentified government whistleblower whose complaint…

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Democrats to McConnell: 'Do Your Job Instead of Emulating Trump'

The Senate majority leader said "impeachment obsession" was paralyzing Congress with just weeks of the year remaining.

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