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AOC superhero alter ego is shut down by DC series

Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez can be a heroine of the legion of fans, but Wonder Woman, she is not – so says DC Comics. The publisher gave rise to a copyright for a small series that prevents it from selling covers from the freshman Democrats in attire similar to Wonder Woman, according to series. Devil's Due Comics runs a comic about AOC …

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Justin Amash impeachment: Michigan Republican Congressman becomes first GOP member to call for Trump impeachment

US. Rope. Justin Amash in Michigan on Saturday became the first Republican legislature to say that President Trump had "engaged in unlawful behavior". In a series of tweets, Amash wrote that he had read the entire report by special councilor Robert Mueller and had concluded that there is a "threshold for persecution". "According to our constitution, the president will be …

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Columbine survivor Austin Eubanks found death at 37

Eubanks was found dead during a welfare check after he did not answer his phone, Ryg said. Eubanks was 37 years old. No foul play is suspected, and an autopsy is scheduled for Monday, Ryg said. Eubanks was 17 at Columbine shooting, according to CNN affiliate KMGH. He was in the library with his friends and tried to decide whether …

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Trump, weak legal case may still help

WASHINGTON (AP) – For all of President Donald Trump's talk of winning, his lawyers are using a legal argument that many scholars say is a pretty secret when his team tries to investigate progressive attempts. Yet they may end up delaying the investigations with their argument, and that could be a win in itself. In courts in New York and …

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Joe Biden: Former Vice President kicks off the 2020 campaign rally in Philadelphia with calls for unity, slams Trump

Philadelphia, Pa – The "single most important thing we have to accomplish is defeat Donald Trump," forms Vice President Joe Biden said Saturday at his presidential campaign's "official" kickoff rally in Philadelphia. Biden also called for "unity" across the country. Now in his third bid to join the elite presidential club, Biden spoke on a boulevard draped with flags of …

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"Trump has engaged in unlawful behavior," says Rep Justin Amash

Rep. Justin Amash has become the first Congress Republican to demand the president's sanction based on Specialist Robert Mueller's report. Interested in Donald Trump? Add Donald Trump as an interest to stay up to date on the latest news, video and analysis from Donald Trump from ABC News. The self-identifying Libertarian Republican and trump critics shared their "main conclusions" on …

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These are the officials who can have "war crimes" forgive Trump

President Trump started the process of forgiving several US military members who have either been accused of war crimes or sentenced for war crimes, a new report state. The New York Times reported that he requested immediate preparation of paperwork needed to be forgiven by Special Operations Chief Edward Gallagher, May. Mathew Golsteyn, a group of mariners and a Blackwater …

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New York Times: Trump asks for paperwork to forgive accused US war criminals

The pardons of a president who on the campaign track expressed support for "harder" tactics than waterboarding and went after the terrorist families could come "on or around Memorial Day," two US officials told the times. A military official told the times that the White House left their request to the Justice Department on Friday, and that while the forgiveness …

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Lawmaker, violates GOP, accuses Trump of obstruction, impeachable conduct

Rep. Justin Amash, R-Mich., Broke with his Republican colleagues on Saturday, claiming that special adviser Robert Mueller's report on Russian mediation showed that President Trump engaged in "impenetrable behavior". Attorney General William Barr argued Amash, deliberately confused, "reporting that it does not emphasize clear evidence of obstruction on Trump's part. By comparing Barr's main conclusions, Congress's testimony and other statements …

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Illinois did not warn of early clues in the cervical screen

Police and Illinois Child Care Agency say that hospital staff in the Chicago area do not warn them after deciding that a bloody woman who arrived with a seriously ill newborn had not just given birth to the boyfriend, as she claimed. The woman, Clarisa Figueroa, was accused more than three weeks later of killing the baby's mother, Marlen Ochoa-Lopez, …

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