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Class interrupted after adults threaten "open hunting towns" on 12-year-old transgender Oklahoma girl | LGBTQ

They accused the 12-year-old to peek over the bathroom under their elementary school standards. The event attacked her to start using the personal accessories, according to KXII News, but Maddie was not otherwise disciplined. When she started school at a new campus last week, her mother said she was confused. "She had not heard where the staff the bathroom was," …

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Poll: The majority of GOP agrees that news media is "enemy of the people"

The study by Quinnipiac University showed that 51% of GOP respondents were identified with "Donald Trump's" Enemy for the People "- a result that reflected a current party's decomposition of the press's validity. Tuesday's survey showed that 36% of GOP respondents called news media "an important part of democracy", a much smaller proportion than any other group listed by Quinnipiac. …

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Photos of 2003 Blackout: When the northeast went dark

Print Cite Articles Details: Photos of 2003 Blackout: When the Northeast went dark On August 14, 2003, the east coast of the United States and also parts of Canada went dark at 4:10 pm Twenty-three power plants shut down in just three minutes, leaving an estimation 50 million people without power – in 90 degree heat. In major cities, including …

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Manafort attorneys rest without calling witnesses in the fight against fraud

Prosecutor for Special Council Robert S. Mueller III rested his case Monday after calling about two dozen witnesses and introduced hundreds of exhibitions. Mr Manafort, 69, is accused of avoiding taxes of about $ 16.5 million in income that he earned to work for Russia's political forces in Ukraine. When the revenue expired, prosecutors argued that he fraudulently received more …

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Defense lawyers will not call witnesses, hibernation

On April 23, 2018, filing photo leaves Paul Manafort, President Donald Trump's former campaign chairman, the Federal Court after a hearing in Washington. (Photo: AP) ALEXANDRIA, Va. – Attorneys for Paul Manafort told a federal judge Tuesday that they would not offer any witnesses in defense of the former Trump campaign chairman in his banking and tax fraud campaign. It …

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The latest: Utah firefighter killed had a lot of experience

Updated 09:48 PDT, Tuesday, 14 August 2018 FIL – In this July 25, 2018 film, Hannah Whyatt forms for a friend's photo as smoke from Ferguson Firefills Yosemite Valley in Yosemite National Park, California. Yosemite National Park opens Tuesday, August 14, 2018, 14 days after a wild fire bore the park with smoke on top of the tourist season. Park …

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"Kayak Killer" awarded part of life insurance money from the fiance she killed

A court settlement has been obtained in the kayaking of Vincent Viafore, after his fiancee, Graswald, served the prison for criminally negligent murder. (AP) A woman called the "kayak killer" – who drowned her fianc√© by pulling the plug on the small boat of the couple – was awarded a part of his life insurance payment of $ 491,000. Angelika …

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