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'Voter fraud scheme' targeted homeless on LA Skid Row, prosecutors say

A homeless man pushes a shopping cart full of his belongings across an intersection in the Skid Row area of ​​Los Angeles in 2013. Prosecutors have charged nine people with felonies alleging They offered money and cigarettes to homeless people on Skid Row in exchange for false and forged signatures on ballot petitions and voter registration forms. (Photo: Jae C. …

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Top Trump officials saved the President from himself

It never happened, apparently thwarted by then-White House Counsel Don McGahn and other senior officials. Men det betyder ikke at dette er en krise dodged for Trump, og han er nu fri for frisk lovlig og politisk jeopardi. Quite the reverse. At the very least, the latest developments underline how Trump's senior subordinates may have shielded a president unschooled in …

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Mia Love, chided by Donald Trump, loses in Utah

CLOSE President Donald Trump says there is still a very good chance of bipartisanship after Democrats won the House.      USA TODAY Republican U.S. Rope. Mia Love addresses supporters during an Election Night party on Nov. 6 in Lehi, Utah. (Photo: Rick Bowmer / Associated Press) On the morning after Election Day, President Donald Trump Chided U.S. Rope. Mia Love …

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Winter has not come, but the snow is safe, and bitter cold is the next

It's not even Thanksgiving and Mainers are already rinsing snow and breaking out the snow blowers. They would also be happy to find their long underwear and warmest winter robes. Even when another snow storm at the beginning of the season deposited 7-8 inches on southern Maine Tuesday, the forecasters were warned for what they say will be benky temperatures …

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As Facebook's crises, Mark Zuckerberg fits his field in exclusive CNN interview

Zuckerberg opposed growing calls for changes in Facebook's C suite, repeating Facebook's potential as a power for good and driving back to some of the unsustainable critical coverage of his company after a year of negative headlines about false news , election intermediation and "A lot of criticism about the biggest issues has been fair, but I think if we …

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Here's what Brenda Snipes has to say about Florida's choice

LAUDERHILL, Fla. – Republican candidate for agricultural commissioner in Florida granted his loss Monday – black off. Matt Caldwell, a Republican, lost the election by less than 7000 votes. He was so stungened by series of blunders of democrats chosen to run election offices in two southern Florida counties as he acknowledged that he remained unmatched by the results. "Unfortunately, …

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