Trump’s UN ambassador pick Kelly Craft grilled on her 300 absences as Canada envoy

Craft sounded very unlike a future Trump administration official in a hearing, promising to prioritize humanitarian aid and tackle climate change.

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72 Philadelphia police officers are off street duty over racist and hateful Facebook posts

Seventy-two Philadelphia police officers have been placed on administrative duty in light of racist and offensive social media posts allegedly made by the officers, Philadelphia Police Commissioner Richard Ross said Wednesday.

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Biden’s boast of “civility” with segregationists gets backlash from 2020 Democrats

“I’m disappointed that he hasn’t issued an immediate apology,” said Sen. Cory Booker.

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Judge in census case: New evidence alleging political motivation behind citizenship question 'raises a substantial issue'

In a blow to the Trump administration, a federal trial judge said Wednesday that he believes new evidence presented in a challenge to the 2020 census citizenship question "raises a substantial issue."

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Donald Trump team threatens to lay off employees if Congress doesn't eliminate agency

Trump administration and Congress clash over proposal to eliminate the Office of Personnel Management

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Live updates: Nxivm sex cult leader found guilty - CNN

Keith Raniere, the founder of the "Nxivm" self-help company that prosecutors say housed a secret sex cult, has been found guilty. Follow here for the latest.

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Alaska teen allegedly killed best friend after man online offered her $9 million

Investigators said Denali Brehmer, 18, launched a plot to murder her 19-year-old friend, Cynthia Hoffman, last month promised her $9 million or more to "rape and murder someone in Alaska."

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Fact check: Trump's Orlando rally featured more than 15 false claims over 76 minutes

President Donald Trump kicked off his formal reelection campaign Tuesday night with a rally in Orlando. His 76-minute speech featured more than 15 false statements, many of them ones that he's repeated frequently in the past.

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Heckling, drama mark House hearing on slavery reparations as top Dem asks, 'Why not now?'

The question of slavery reparations for black Americans was the subject of a fiery and emotional House Judiciary Committee hearing Wednesday as Democrats called for measures to address America’s “original sin” -- while Republicans described such payments as a…

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Internal affairs documents show 2008 allegation about sergeant involved in fatal shooting

New reaction Tuesday from Eric Logan's family. He's the man shot and killed by police Sunday, as they responded to a report of a man breaking into cars. An Internal Affairs document shows Sergeant Ryan O'Neill was investigated in 2008, accused of making racis…

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