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Trump rallied for the Kentucky governor, but impeachment was on his mind

"I tell the media tonight, do your job and print his name," Paul said. The whistleblower identity has not been publicly confirmed, although Paul has tweeted an article claiming to identify the official. Visselpiper's lawyers wrote a op in The Washington Post last month, arguing that their client's identity is irrelevant as the latest testimonies have backed up and exceeded …

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The Ministry of Justice seeks information on anonymous "resistance"-edited author

Either Hunt wrote in the letter, or the book's publisher and author's agents should turn over the official's employment information: where in the government the person worked and when he or she worked there. If the official had access to classified information, Hunt warned, the book "should be submitted for review before publication." The book has been billed as behind …

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Rand Paul demands the name of the media expression whispering

Then. Rand Paul Randal (Rand) Howard PaulTrump: Whistleblower "must arrive" Acceding to Northern Macedonia for NATO poses more risks than benefits to US Trump's criminal justice reform bill filled with contradiction MORE (R-Ky .) On Monday, the media demanded to reveal the identity of the anonymous whistleblower who raised concerns about President Trump Donald John TrumpTrump says Republicans should release …

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2 gang-related murder suspects escaped from California jail through small hole in ceiling

Authorities said two gang-related murder suspects, considered dangerous, escaped early Sunday from a central California jail through a hole less than two feet wide, according to reports. The Monterey County Sheriff's Office said the inmates managed to take advantage of a blind spot in housing unit surveillance, as Fox 2 reported. The jail in Salinas, a farming city of about …

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A woman can go to jail for forgetting to return the library's books

The resident of Charlotte, Michigan, checked out two books from her local library in 2017 and says she didn't know about the fines until a few months ago, according to CNN affiliate WILX. Melinda Sanders-Jones was told personally that her books were delayed when a few months ago she was barred from using a printer at the Charlotte Community Library. …

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United States begins process of withdrawal from Paris climate deal

The United States submitted a formal notification that it will withdraw from the Paris climate agreement, Secretary of State Mike Pompeo announced Monday, a move that has been widely expected since President Trump announced his intention to do so in 2017. The climate agreement, which went into force Nov. 4, 2016, committed countries that signed the measure to take certain …

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Sante Fe High School massacre suspect is not fit to try and will receive psychiatric treatment, attorney says

Dimitrios Pagourtzis was evaluated by three experts: an employee of the defense, an independent expert, and an elected public prosecutor. All three agreed that the teen is not competent to testify, said attorney Nicholas Poehl. The judge still has to rule, but Poehl said he believes it is in principle a formality. "The state had the opportunity to put this …

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