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Manafort Intentionally Lied To Special Counsel, Judge Says

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Paul Manafort arrives for a hearing at U.S. District Court on June 15, 2018, in Washington, D.C. A judge said Wednesday he intentionally lied to the special counsel’s office.

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When Teens Threaten Violence, A Community Responds With Compassion

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In 2011, a 17-year-old named Mishka told readers of his Facebook post that his Salem, Ore., high school was “asking for a f***ing shooting.” That post and other furious outbursts triggered a quick, but deep evaluation by the school district’s threat assessment unit.

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Military Families In Privatized Housing ‘Afraid To Come Forward,’ Survey Says

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Swab tests at a military residence in Fort Benning, Ga., reveal the presence of lead.

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McConnell Plans To Bring Green New Deal To Senate Vote

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Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell, R-Ky., joined by fellow Republican senators, spoke about the Green New Deal Tuesday.

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Woman Breaks Into Houston Home To Smoke Pot And Is Greeted By A Tiger

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A tiger discovered in what was thought to be an abandoned Houston home was rescued by the city’s animal shelter, after an intruder called authorities.

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Apple, Google Criticized For Carrying App That Lets Saudi Men Track Their Wives

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The Absher app, available in the Apple and Google apps stores in Saudi Arabia, allows men to track the whereabouts of their wives and daughters.

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Racist Med School Yearbook Photos? Medicine’s Racism Problems Go Even Deeper

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Demonstrators hold signs and chant in Richmond, Va., on Feb. 2, 2019. They were calling for the resignation of Gov. Ralph Northam after a racist photo on his medical school yearbook page came to light. He denies that he is in the photo but admits to once dressing in blackface.

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Bankrupt Pacific Gas & Electric Corp. Will Replace Half Of Its Board Of Directors

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Pacific Gas and Electric Corp., California’s largest utility, will replace half of its 10-member board of directors by May, the company announced Monday.

“The Board currently expects that no more than five of the Company’s current directors will stand for election at the 2019 Annual Meeting of Shareholders,” the company said in a statement. The board already “has identified strong candidates who would add fresh perspectives and augment the Board’s expertise in safety, operations and other critical areas.”

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‘Agreement In Principle’ Reached On Border Security Funding, Top Republican Says

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A border fence is seen near the Rio Grande which marks the boundary between Mexico and the United States on February 09, 2019, in Eagle Pass, Texas.

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Border Security Funding Talks Stalled, Government Shutdown Looms

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Sen. Richard Shelby (center), is the top Republican in a bipartisan group of lawmakers working to craft an agreement on border security.

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The Historic Chapel At The Heart Of A Legal Fight Over The Border Wall

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Two men pray at an early morning service at La Lomita chapel, a historical landmark in Mission, Texas.

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Virginia State Leaders Hold On Tight To Office After More Than A Week Of Turmoil

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Virginia Gov. Ralph Northam places hand over his heart at a funeral for a state trooper Saturday in Chilhowie, Va., during one of his first public appearances since the blackface scandal broke.

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