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The 41 most existing lines from Donald Trump's cabinet meeting

I went through the printout of Trump's comments at the top of the Cabinet meeting. They are below. first "We never agreed to protect the Kurds for the rest of their lives." 2. "Let them fight themselves. Everyone said the Kurds would do very well." Who is "everyone" here? Seriously. 3rd "A relationship with the Kurds is good, and they …

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Brothers left grandmother's claims to die in fire while rescuing meth equipment

Two brothers were charged with murder in Riverside, New York, for allegedly leaving their grandmother to die in a fire while rescuing drug paraphernalia instead. Jarrett and Justin Gause had charges of second-degree murder turned into murder on Monday when prosecutors claim they left their 82-year-old grandmother during a house fire in May, according to NBC affiliate WETM. Steuben County …

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Trump said emoluments clause in US Constitution is 'phony'

President Donald Trump on Monday said the emoluments clause is "phony," but it is enshrined in the U.S. Constitution. The foreign emoluments clause bars public officials from receiving gifts or cash from foreign governments without congressional approval. Several lawsuits against Trump accuse him of violating the Constitution in this regard by profiting from the presidency. The subject has come up …

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The latest on the Trump poll on impeachment: live updates

The deposit schedule this week seems to be decreasing, although it remains fluid. Two congressional sources provide this as the latest deposition schedule for this week shared with the committees. One source said that a reason for others may have been removed is because they still need to find advice at short notice and they can be scheduled for next …

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Chicago's teacher strike heads into another week, with no end in sight. Here's what's at stake

The Chicago Teachers Union and city officials negotiated through the weekend but couldn't reach a deal. So no one knows when 25,000 educators in the country's third-biggest school district will return to school. "These negotiations must move more swiftly so that we can get students back into school as fast as possible," Mayor Lori Lightfoot said. "Our team has been …

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The Opioid Crisis: Four Drug Companies Facing Thousands of Trials Reach $ 235 Million Settlement Just Before Trial

Settlement reached between four pharmaceutical companies – McKesson Corp., Cardinal Health Inc, AmerisourceBergen Corp. and Teva Pharmaceutical Industries Ltd. – and two counties in Ohio, Summit and Cuyahoga counties. McKesson Corp., Cardinal Health Inc. and AmerisourceBergen Corp. will pay out a total of $ 215 million immediately, and Teva Pharmaceutical will pay $ 20 million, officials said at a press …

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Mark Zuckerberg privately recommended staff hires Pete Buttigieg

Facebook Chief Mark Zuckerberg smiles at South Bend Mayor Pete Buttigieg after being asked about Buttigieg as a politician as they walk into St. Joseph County Juvenile Justice Center during a surprise visit to South Bend, Ind., Saturday, April 29, 2017. Michael Caterina | South Bend Tribune | AP Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg has privately made hiring recommendations for presidential …

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