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Paul Manafort now asks judge not to transfer him to jail closer to Washington

Receive urgent alerts and special reports. The news and stories that count, delivered on weekday mornings. SUBSCRIBE Attorneys to former Trump campaign leader Paul Manafort are now asking not to be transferred from a rural Virginia prison on the same day a judge accepted his request to be transferred, according to court documents filed Tuesday. The Tuesday filing in the …

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Kavanaugh’s four hurdles to the Supreme Court

In his first day as a new Supreme Court candidate, more than half a dozen swinging senators made it clear that Brett Kavanaugh will have to say the right things about their political priorities if he wants to get confirmation. [19659002AnchelswasaccustomedbyofconsultingthepublicteachingandcreateofthecolumnstooleconservingtheDCCircuitCourtstannproffendformform Story Continued Below "No one should take anything right now," said Senator Joe Manchin (DW.Va.), who supported Judge Neil …

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Deaths of Prices Corner family of 5 ruled murder suicide

CLOSE Neighbors were amazed to learn that a family family was found dead inside a Ferris Rd. House. 07/10/18 John J. Jankowski Jr. and Damian Giletto A photo published on his Facebook page presents Julie Edwards with her sons Paxton, Brinley and Jacob. (Photo: Julie Burton Edwards / Facebook) Julie Edwards, her husband, Matthew, and their three children left for …

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Man, 92, beaten with brick on street, told to ‘go back’

A 92-year-old man who was thrown to the ground, trampled by strangers on July 4, was recovering Tuesday at his home in the Los Angeles area. "Who would do it to anyone?" the victim's nephew, Erik Mendoza, told NBC in Los Angeles. "A 92-year-old man, what can anyone do?" Mendoza added. "There is nothing bad that he meant". The Los …

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Trump Pardons Oregon Men Whose Case Inspired Wildlife Refuge Takeover

WASHINGTON – President Trump on Tuesday pardoned a couple of Oregon cattle farmers who were serving arson convictions in federal land – punishments that inspired the armed occupation of a wilderness refuge in 2016 and they have brought ample attention to a movement against federal land management in the western United States. Farmers, Dwight L. Hammond, who is now 76, …

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Chicago-Area Native Celebrating Anniversary in Mexico Killed by Stray Bullet

A native of the Chicago area was killed by a stray bullet as he left a restaurant in Mexico on Saturday, a few days on a trip with her husband to celebrate their first wedding anniversary. Family members identified the woman as 27-year-old Powerful Tatiana Mirutenko, originally from the outskirts of Hawthorn Woods. She was leaving a restaurant with her …

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Wildfire forces evacuation of Vantage and full closure of I-90

About 120 people were evacuated from Vantage while a violent fire that began late Monday night threatens their homes. (Photo WSDOT) VANTAGE, Wash. – The entire city of Vantage and its surrounding area were evacuated and Interstate 90 was closed in both directions by a rapid fire in central Washington. The glow erupted around 11.00pm Monday spread very quickly, driven …

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