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Paul Manafort imprisoned for trial, judge quotes new barriers to justice charges

WASHINGTON – A federal judge revoked the Paul Manafort sponsorship and sent him to prison on Friday to await trial and quoted new allegations that Mr. Manafort had tried to influence the testimony of two of the government's witnesses after he had been granted the guarantor. 19659002] Mr. Manafort, President Trump's former campaign chairman, had booked a $ 10 million …

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Harvard prices Asian-American applicants lower on "Personal Qualities," Trial Instructions

In the middle of a furrow that she did not recognize low-income students, officials at Harvard University considered releasing a report as they hoped would show that elite college actually preferred poor applicants in their admission process. But in internal draft, the university's researchers warned to release data because of what it also revealed: while the university provides a "tip" …

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Marine at 8th and I in a hospital with self-inflicted shooting

Editor's Note: Due to changes in official statements, this story has been updated to remove the characterization of the cause of the shot's wounds. A naval guard in the commander's hometown in Washington DC has been transported to the hospital with a self-inflicted shotwind, according to marine officials. The event took place at 08:00 local time, according to a news …

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2 Kansas Sheriff's deputies, suspected shot near the court building

Last Updated June 15, 2018 2:11 PM EDT KANSAS CITY, Kan. – Police say two Wyandotte County sheriff deputies and one suspect have been shot near the county's townhouse in Kansas City, Kansas. CBS affiliate KCTV reports that the deputies are in critical condition. The status of the suspect is still unknown. According to the station, the shot took place …

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Trump says he will not sign the GOP immigration bill that would disconnect families at the border

House Republican leaders released text of the highly anticipated compromise action Thursday afternoon to their members. The House is scheduled to vote on legislation next week, in addition to a more conservative proposition sponsored by the House Judiciary Committee, Chairman Bob Goodlatte, R-Va. The White House has recently been criticized for its "zero tolerance policy" to punish criminal offenders illegally …

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Ex-Trump Campaign Chairman Paul Manafort Detained Testimony

A federal judge ordered Paul Manafort to be sentenced to prison on Friday on charges he manipulated with witnesses while he was on the bail – a major blow to President Trump's former campaign chairman when he waits for attempted federal conspiracy and money laundering next month. "You have abused the trust placed in you six months ago," said American …

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