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Bartender attacks a woman who hit her in wild fight video

A bartender from Louisiana has gone viral to attack a woman who hit her without consent while the bartender poured a shot of whiskey into the customer's mouth. Bourbon's liquorice in New Orleans is famous for its iconic red hairdressing chair, where customers can sit and have a shot poured in their mouths. In the chair, built on a stage …

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Ellison faces the assembly pressure of domestic violence

Top DFL leaders continued to return to US Attorney Keith Ellison's attorney's memorandum in Minnesota but he faced increased pressure on a secret violence claim by an ex-girlfriend with a prominent national women's group asking for him to would end his campaign Ellison has confirmed her past relationship with the prosecutor but denied her claim that he once tried to …

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Karen Monahan, a woman accusing rep. Ellison for abuse, violates her silence

Last Updated 16 Aug 2018 21:37 EDT Rep. Keith Ellison – Deputy Chairman of the Democratic National Committee and a Minnesota Attorney General – denied allegations that he was abusing his ex-girlfriend Karen Monahan. On Thursday, Monahan 44 spoke for the first time to the camera about an event she said happened almost two years ago. Monahan said she had …

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Trump gear up to strip more clearances from officials bound to Russia's survey

President Trump has advised that he is keen to remove more security clarity as part of an escalating attack against people who have criticized him or played a role in investigating alleged Russian involvement in the 2016 presidential campaign, two white-collar officials said. In the last 19 months, Trump has fired or threatened to take action against nearly a dozen …

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Police say officer Tased woman who would not let go of a knife; The family said she cut dandelions

This Friday, August 10, 2018 shows the photo of Murray County Failure Martha Al-Bishara, 87, arrested. (AP) A police officer in Georgia defends his officer's decision to use a Taser to suppress a 87-year-old woman who, said he, obeyed his commands to release a knife. But the family members said that Martha Al-Bishara simply did dandelions with a kitchen knife …

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USA and China to restore trade negotiations as more tariffs

In addition to tariffs, currency issues have resurrected as a problem in the Trump administration, and they are expected to come up during this round of conversations. The value of China's currency, the yuan, has fallen about 10 percent against the dollar since early April, a change that makes Chinese products cheaper for foreigners to buy and helps compensate for …

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The Senate adopts resolution declaring "the press is not the enemy of the people"

Last Updated 16 August 2018 16:25 EDT The Senate unanimously adopted a resolution on Thursday confirming that "the press is not the enemy of the people." President Trump has repeatedly stated that the media for "false news" is the enemy of the people. "The resolution, introduced by Democratic Sen. Brian Schatz of Hawaii, was unanimously approved. Agree unanimously today. Https://t.co/QuJ3bNfZqO …

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Democrats threaten to sue for Kavanaugh documents

On Thursday, the Senate minority leader Chuck Schumer said the Democrats were prepared to reconsider their law of freedom to enlighten all actions related to Kavanaugh's time in the White House of George W. Bush – both as the secretary of the staff and at the White House Adviser's office – were denied . "Today, we announce that we are …

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Congressman demands explanation for Stripping Ex-Spy manager's security area: NPR

Formerly the CIA director John Brennan arrives to a May 2018 senate hearing. President Trump revoked Brennan's security decision on Wednesday, claiming that Brennan was "irregular". Alex Wong / Getty Images hide caption change caption Alex Wong / Getty Images Formerly the CIA director John Brennan arrives at a May 2018 Senate hearing. President Trump revoked Brennan's security decision on …

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