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New York Times
Gender Letter: Harvey Weinstein ‘Perp Walked’ Into the Future of #MeToo

Harvey Weinstein turned himself in at the First Precinct in Lower Manhattan on Friday. He was charged with rape and committing a criminal sex act.

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Al Jazeera
What's next for North Korea?

US President Donald Trump cancels much-awaited talks with North Korea's Kim Jong-un.

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CNN
Chilling account of Okla. restaurant shooting


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CNN
Noblesville school shooter detained, 2 critical


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Reuters
Irish voters set to liberalize abortion laws in landslide: exit poll

DUBLIN (Reuters) - The people of Ireland are set to liberalize some of the world's most restrictive abortion laws by a landslide, an exit poll showed on Friday, as voters demanded change in what two decades ago was one of Europe's most socially conservative countries.

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Voice of America
Russia Rejects Report Blaming Russia for Downing of Civilian Airliner

Russian President Vladimir Putin has dismissed an international investigation into the downing of Malaysian Airliner MH17 over east Ukraine in 2014 as deeply flawed, after investigators concluded Russia's military provided the missile used in the attack that killed all 298 people aboard. Asked about the Joint Investigative Team (JIT) report during a press briefing with ...

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Voice of America
Judge Declines to Dismiss Manafort's False-Statement Charge

U.S. President Donald Trump's former campaign manager, Paul Manafort, lost a bid on Friday to have certain criminal charges filed against him by special counsel Robert Mueller dismissed. U.S. District Judge Amy Berman Jackson, who is presiding over Manafort's case in Washington, said in a ruling that she would not dismiss one of the charges against Manafort related to ...

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Voice of America
Pompeo: US Will See Iran as Friend If It Accepts Demands

U.S. Secretary of State Mike Pompeo says if Iranian leaders accept U.S. demands to behave like a normal nation, Americans will visit Iran and treat it as a friend. In an exclusive interview with VOA's Persian service broadcast Friday, Pompeo said the goal of the new Iran strategy that he revealed earlier this week is to set conditions for Iran's Islamist rulers to behave like "normal leaders." Speaking to VOA ...

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The Intercept
In Apple Mail, There’s No Protecting PGP-Encrypted Messages

Turning off remote content loading is supposed to mitigate against an attack known as EFAIL, which can steal encrypted messages. But the attack can still happen even if you do this. The post In Apple Mail, There’s No Protecting PGP-Encrypted Messages appeared first on The Intercept.

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New York Times
In Malaysia, Calls for New Leaders to Revisit Old Abductions and Deaths

Najib Razik, left, then prime minister of Malaysia and Khalid Abu Bakar, then national police chief, in 2016. Malaysia’s new government is being called on to re-examine abductions and suspicious deaths that happened during the Najib years.

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National Public Radio
Diplomats Gather In Europe In Last-Ditch Effort To Save Iran Nuclear Deal

Signatories to the Iran nuclear deal will meet with their Iranian counterpart in the first such gathering since the United States pulled out of the deal. The meeting will assess what can be done to keep the deal going.

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United Press International
3 DR Congo Ebola patients break quarantine; 2 die

Three people being treated for Ebola at a hospital in the Democratic Republic of the Congo escaped the facility's isolation unit and two later died, WHO said.

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Zero Hedge
Hyperinflation Meets Free Electricity: Venezuela's Crypto-Mining Mania Goes Mainstream

Most Venezuelans still can't buy the Petro, the state-sponsored, oil-backed cryptocurrency launched in February by President Maduro and his increasingly desperate government. Meanwhile, the number of Venezuelans who own at least some bitcoin continues to grow. And now, nearly seven months after we first reported that the number of bitcoin miners operating in ...

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Russia Today
Macron's St. Petersburg mission: Keep Russia in the European family

The question of whether Russia is a European or Asian country, or both, has perplexed its leaders and citizens for centuries. However, French President Emmanuel Macron believes he knows the answer. Read Full Article at RT.com

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Zero Hedge
Clapper: The FBI Wasn't Spying On Trump, It Was "Benign Information Gathering"

Backpedaling intensifies... Former Director of National Intelligence James Clapper - who much like former FBI Director James Comey is peddling a book right now, accused President Trump of twisting his words after a bizarre interview on The View on Tuesday. When Clapper was asked if the FBI was spying on the Trump campaign, he replied "They were ...

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Fox News
Patrol: Fentanyl seizure keeps killer drug off streets

The Nebraska State Patrol says the nearly 120 pounds of suspected cocaine and fentanyl that troopers seized last month turned out to be all fentanyl, a deadly opioid that federal officials blame for thousands of deaths nationwide.

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Business Insider
It looks like 3 of the biggest issues in Michael Cohen's case are going to be addressed in his next hearing

We now have a pretty solid idea of what is going to be addressed during Michael Cohen's upcoming court date on Wednesday.

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Business Insider
Aides to a GOP congressman say they spent most of their days chauffeuring their boss's family and cleaning up dog poop

Former staffers for Rep. Tom Garrett claim they were required to preform personal errands for the congressman, including grocery shopping, driving his family, and looking after his dog.

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The Hill
Dem senator: Trump Jr. may have given 'false testimony' about meeting with foreign nationals

Sen. Christopher Coons (D-Del.) said Friday that President Trump's eldest son, Donald Trump Jr., may have lied to the Senate Judiciary Committee regarding foreign powers seeking to interfere in the 2016 preside...

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Business Insider
The FBI is advising people to reboot their routers after foreign cyber criminals hacked into them

The FBI sent out a PSA that foreign cyber criminals had compromised "hundreds of thousands" of router devices around the world using a VPNFilter malware to collect people's information and exploit their devices. Their motives are unknown, and the FBI is advising to reboot your router device.

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USA Today
Can you afford to take a summer vacation this year? 24% of Americans say no

Memorial Day is prime time to plan a vacation, but about a half of Americans say they don’t plan on taking a vacation this summer, according to a new Bankrate.com survey. And 24% cite money as the main reason why they aren't.         

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Mother Jones
Here’s How the Government Managed to Lose Track of 1,500 Migrant Children

At a Senate hearing last month, Steven Wagner told legislators that the refugee resettlement office he oversees had lost track of nearly 1,500 migrant children. In Wagner’s words, the Department of Health and Human Services’ Office of Refugee Resettlement (ORR) was “unable to determine with certainty the whereabouts” of 1,475 children between ...

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Breitbart
Video: North Korea Blows Up Front of Nuclear Test Site

Reports began surfacing late Thursday and Friday from North Korea's Punggye-ri Nuclear Test Site, where the government invited reporters to witness the destruction of buildings outside the facility's three tunnels and what Pyongyang claimed was the total destruction of the tunnels used for weapons testing themselves.

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The Hill
Cohen still serving as RNC deputy finance chair, group says

President Trump's personal attorney Michael Cohen continues to serve as the Republican National Committee's (RNC) deputy finance chairman despite being the subject of an FBI raid and ongoing criminal investigation, RNC sp...

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Reuters
Icahn sells some of his Herbalife shares, remains biggest investor

BOSTON (Reuters) - Billionaire investor Carl Icahn, who spent years defending Herbalife Nutrition Ltd against prominent short-seller William Ackman, said on Friday that he has sold some of his shares in the nutrition and weight loss company because the position had become too big for him.

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CNN
GOP House candidate in Illinois is a 9/11 truther, said Beyonce had ties to the Illuminati

The Republican nominee for a US House seat in Illinois has said the September 11 terrorist attacks were an inside job and that singer Beyonce Knowles has ties to the Illuminati.

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Reuters
Two French agents accused of spying for foreign power

PARIS (Reuters) - Two French former spies could face trial for treason over allegations that they passed state secrets to a foreign power, France's defense ministry said.

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