Mueller's investigators are asking whether ex-Trump campaign chair Paul Manafort promised Steve Calk a White House job in return for $16 million in home loans. [Read More]
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The driver of a dump truck has been charged with multiple counts of automobile homicide and DUI with serious bodily injury after six people were killed in an accident Friday on SR-40.  Jamie Don Mckenzie, 41, was charged with six counts of automobile homicide, a second-degree felony, two counts of DUI with serious bodily injury by negligent operation, a third-degree felony, open container in vehicle on the highway, a class-C misdemeanor, reckless driving, a class-B misdemeanor,... [Read More]
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The Sacramento County Board of Supervisors heard Tuesday Oct. 16 why Sheriff Scott Jones gets away with rejecting independent oversight when he doesn't want it. They may not like his resistance, but the county charter is vague enough to allow him to go rogue. [Read More]
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Donald Trump has claimed without evidence that Democrats are behind the migrant caravan approaching the United States towards the southern border. Joy Reid and her panel discuss his statements made 17 days before the midterm elections. [Read More]
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Saudi Arabia's explanation for the death of former journalist Jamal Khashoggi arouses disbelief in many, but Donald Trump has stated that it is credible. Joy Reid and her panel discuss. [Read More]
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Voter suppression accusations intensify in Georgia and North Dakota, as a group of black voters in Georgia was forced off a bus taking them to vote, and Native Americans in North Dakota are disproportionately impacted by new I.D. requirements. Joy Reid and her panel discuss. [Read More]
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Kansas City, Kan., police officer Carlos Mena ran a full marathon Saturday in his uniform, boots and about 30 pounds of gear to honor fallen officers. [Read More]
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Thierry Henry cut a frustrated figure in the dugout in his opening match as Monaco manager after Seydou Sy dropped an absolute clanger. The 41-year-old Arsenal legend was unveiled by... [Read More]
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The kingdom has admitted the journalist is dead, but its statement raises big questions about what actually happened and why. [Read More]
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One by one, nearly all the state psychiatric hospitals were boarded up or bulldozed, but Massachusetts leaders broke their promise to replace them with something better — or much of anything at all. The failed mental health care system has led to a public safety crisis, including scores of murders by disturbed people, police shootings, and embattled institutions from courts to hospitals confronting a tidal wave of mentally ill people. [Read More]
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Ricky Peterson joins Fleetwood Mac in St. Paul on Monday. [Read More]
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Country continues to lead the world for value from foreign direct investment... [Read More]
PERSONALITIES USUALLY matter more in Brazilian politics than parties do. But if Jair Bolsonaro, a right-wing populist, wins the presidential election on October 28th, it will be largely because voters despise the left-wing Workers' Party (PT) of his run-off rival, Fernando Haddad (pictured). [Read More]
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John McDonald named new CEO of Lee's Summit Medical Center... [Read More]
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Ashanti's concert at Stony Brook University axed after organizers sell only 24 tickets to the event. [Read More]
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Seth Amos first suffered from an abscess on his stomach that escalated into breathing problems and acute respiratory failure, said his father. [Read More]
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Dominique Brooks threw for 206 yards and two touchdowns to lead the Braves to a 28-16 win over the Tigers in a Southeastern District showdown of unbeaten teams. [Read More]
The Baby Trump balloon has made its way to the United States with its next stop in Los Angeles, California. [Read More]
A store in Show Low, Arizona sells only items devoted to President Trump. [Read More]
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Saudi Arabia deployed an online army to harass dissident journalist Jamal Khashoggi and other critics of the kingdom on Twitter, the New York Times reported on Saturday. [Read More]