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John Kelly's fiery defense of Trump's shot at Obama and Gold Star phone call, annotated
Washington Post
White House Chief of Staff John F. Kelly stood up for his boss, President Trump, during a media briefing on Thursday, telling reporters that he is the one who told Trump that previous presidents typically did not call the families of fallen troops and ...
Trump's Condolence Call to Soldier's Widow Ignites an ImbroglioNew York Times
Kelly lends Trump powerful and personal credibilityPolitico
WATCH: Kelly Denounces Congresswoman's Public Account Of Trump's Call With WidowNPR
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Without Saying 'Trump,' George W. Bush Delivers an Implicit Rebuke
New York Times
Former President George W. Bush defended free trade and railed against populist rhetoric in an implicit criticism of President Trump. By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS. Photo by Seth Wenig/Associated Press. Watch in Times Video ». embed. Former President ...
George W. Bush slams Trumpism, without mentioning president by namePolitico
In stunning attack, George W. Bush accuses Trump of promoting falsehoods and prejudiceLos Angeles Times
This is what a president sounds likeWashington Post
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Los Angeles Times

White nationalist Richard Spencer to noisy Florida protesters: You didn't shut me down
Los Angeles Times
Students and other audience members heavily booed white nationalist Richard Spencer on Thursday as he gave a speech at the University of Florida, where the atmosphere was tense but mostly peaceful as police in riot gear kept watch. “We represent a new ...
White Nationalist Heckled at University of Florida SpeechU.S. News & World Report
Richard Spencer speech disrupted at University of FloridaThe Mercury News
White nationalist heckled at University of Florida, where protesters outnumbered supportersPolitico
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Climate change at work? Weather Service calls for third straight mild winter.
Washington Post
If you're itching for outbreaks of the polar vortex and waist-deep snow, the upcoming winter may not be your cup of tea. And, thanks to climate change, the odds of brutally cold winters are decaying. For the third time in as many years, the nation ...
Winter weather forecast shows colder, wetter North and warmer, drier SouthABC News
Winter weather forecast: Warm, dry for southern US; snowy and cold in the Northwest, Great LakesUSA TODAY
Forecasters Predict Warmer-Than- Average Winter In Majority Of USNPR
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CIA director distorts intelligence community's findings on Russian interference
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CIA Director Mike Pompeo declared Thursday that U.S. intelligence agencies determined that Russia's interference in the 2016 American presidential election did not alter the outcome, a statement that distorted spy agency findings. “The intelligence ...
CIA head: North Korea months from perfecting nuclear capabilitiesChicago Tribune
Pompeo warns of North Korea's nuclear advancesCBS News
CIA issues a correction after Mike Pompeo said Russian meddling 'did not affect the outcome of the election'Business Insider
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Here We Go: Senate Judiciary Will Investigate Clinton-Russia Uranium Corruption
Earlier this week The Hill published a story showing Russian nuclear officials made the Clintons richer after Secretary of State Hillary Clinton approved a deal allowing for the Kremlin to gain significant control over the U.S. nuclear program. Before ...
Russian uranium scheme gets scant media attentionDallas News
Fox News Found a Russia Story It Likes: Obama and Clinton Were the Real Colluders!Slate Magazine (blog)
Making sense of Russia, uranium and Hillary ClintonWashington Post
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Harvey Weinstein scandal: LAPD investigating charge Weinstein raped actress in 2013
As the Harvey Weinstein scandal unfolds, police departments in multiple states are looking into whether criminal investigations are warranted. Meanwhile, one of his accusers was defended and another pulled out of a public appearance, and the story ...
Weinstein Co. Staffers Ask to Be Released From NDAsVariety
Harvey Weinstein Under LAPD Investigation for Rape After New Accuser Comes
LAPD investigating Harvey Weinstein after an actress in LA accuses him of rapeLos Angeles Times
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Trump gave himself a '10' on Puerto Rico. Then he tried to get its governor to do the same.
Washington Post
President Trump held a news conference with Puerto Rico Gov. Ricardo Rosselló on Thursday. In it, Trump rated his own response to the devastation that Hurricane Maria caused the island a "10" — out of 10. But this was hardly the most surprising or ...
Trump now says Puerto Rico faced 'worse than Katrina'CNN
Puerto Rico's future depends on a long-term aid packageThe Hill
Puerto Rico still stumbles in the dark a month after MariaABC News
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Chicago Tribune

Infant and 5-year-old sister, allegedly on sale for $600, rescued in FBI sex trafficking sweep
Chicago Tribune
F.B.I director Christopher Wray is shown before speaking to reporters during a dedication ceremony for the new Atlanta Field Office building Thursday, Oct. 12, 2017, in Atlanta. "We at the FBI have no greater mission than to protect our nation's ...
FBI busts sex trafficking ring selling 3-month-old, 5-year-old sister for $600Fox News
Nationwide FBI sex trafficking sweep nets arrests in Minnesota, DakotasMinneapolis Star Tribune
42 pimps, prostitutes in NJ arrested in FBI child sex trafficking
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McCain: Niger attack information 'may require a subpoena'
(CNN) Sen. John McCain said Thursday that he might seek a subpoena to gain the information he wants about the attack in Niger that left four US soldiers dead and two wounded. "It may require a subpoena," McCain told reporters on Capitol Hill when asked ...
Niger ambush details scarce as McCain suggests need for subpoenaFox News
Frustrated senators demand cyber war strategy from TrumpThe Hill
McCain threatens to subpoena Trump's cybersecurity czar after he skips hacking hearingABC News
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