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Priest did wrong to condemn son's suicide at the funeral, says family trial

A Michigan mother says that the Catholic priest who arranged at her son's funeral last year betrayed her confidence by revealing that the young man died of suicide and condemned him for it. Linda Hullibarger of Temperance, Michigan, about 10 miles north of Toledo, Ohio, claims in a lawsuit filed last week in Wayne County Circuit Court that Pastor Don …

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Federal prosecutor to interview Ukrainian gas leaders as part of the probe of Giuliani and his co-workers

The couple worked with Giuliani to gather information on Ukraine's related activities by former Vice President Joe Biden and his son Hunter. Favorov's attorney, Lanny Breuer, said his client "voluntarily sits down with the government attorneys." Breuer declined to comment further. A spokesman for the New York Southern District Attorney's Office declined to comment. Encounter with Favorov was first reported …

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Media has attributed Trump storage statistics of Obama era to Trump and extracts

Several media organizations were forced to withdraw on Tuesday after incorrectly attributing a startling statistic of Obama-era migration children to President Trump. On Monday, Manfred Nowak, an expert on the UN Global Study on Child Deprived Freedom, claimed that 100,000 migrant children were arrested by the Trump administration, indicating it was "the world's highest rate" of detained children. The day …

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Ex-Obama assistants clash with Grisham to claim that Trump team left difficult messages

Former White House employees resign after White House press secretary Stephanie Grisham claimed that members of the Obama administration left cutting notes for their replacement. “We entered the White House. I'll tell you something, every office was filled with Obama books and we had notes left saying "you will fail," "you will not," Grisham told Conservative radio broadcaster John Fredericks …

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"Everyone comes for Pete": Buttigieg meets the debate in focus

Former Vermont Gov. Howard Dean, who ran for Democratic presidential nomination in 2004, likened it to his own experience about this time 16 years ago. "I remember being in the lead," Dean said. And "the other candidates will come after you, try to knock you out of your perch." "He will feel like Elizabeth Warren did at [October debate] as …

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Trump said his Ukraine call was "perfect." Witnesses in the anxiety study testified otherwise.

Trump's phone call on July 25 with Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky has been at the heart of the Democrats' violence investigation, and on Tuesday demanded public testimony from the trio of first-time witnesses who had been commissioned to listen. Lt. Colonel Alexander Vindman, National Security Council's European affairs chief, said he considered the president's demands on the Ukrainian leader "inappropriate" …

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The racist manifesto lands on Syracuse students' phones, in-depth crisis

SYRACUSE, N.Y. – It was a regular cram session, around midnight, when the box showed up on the students' phones. A racist manifesto, sent to a small clutch of people sitting at a Syracuse University library on Tuesday morning, warned of "the great compensation," a right-wing conspiracy theory that predicts white genocide in the hands of minority groups. It was …

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Stephanie Grisham, Trump's press secretary, faces backlash because Obama is helping the left? You will fail? notes

Grisham then changed her statements later in the day and changed important parts of her story, saying that she regarded the alleged behavior as little more than a harmless prank. "This is another whitewashed face lie," Susan E. Rice, who served as Obama's national security adviser through the end of her administration, wrote on Twitter on Tuesday in response to …

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Generation Vape: As Juul meets new suit, doctors worry about epidemic of e-cigarette-related student diseases

BRONX, NY – New York State sues the nation's largest e-cigarette manufacturer, Juul Labs, alleges that the San Francisco-based company used deceptive and deceptive marketing to target teens and failed to warn them of the harmful health effects associated with its products. "Juul took a page from Big Tobacco's playlist by engaging in fraudulent business practices when marketing and advertising …

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