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Russian intel officers charged with hacking Dems, Clinton to disrupt election

The charges brought by special counsel Robert Mueller were revealed just days before President Donald Trump meets with Russian President Vladimir Putin. WASHINGTON — Twelve Russian intelligence officers have been indicted in connection with the bitcoin-funded hacking of Democratic organizations and the Hillary Clinton campaign “with the intent to interfere” in the 2016 election, officials […]

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Jury: Chicago cop acted ‘reasonably’ in fatally shooting teen QuintonioLeGrier

CHICAGO — An Illinois jury on Wednesday found a Chicago cop acted “reasonably” in a 2015 police shooting that also left an innocent bystander dead and exacerbated already fraught relations for law enforcement in black neighborhoods in the nation’s third-largest city. Jurors awarded $1.05 million in damages to the estate of QuintonioLeGrier, 19, following the […]

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Amazon’s new grassroots delivery network could sidestep UPS, Postal Service

Amazon is looking for entrepreneurs to help build out its delivery service with tens of thousands of new drivers across the U.S. The expansion of its Delivery Service Partners program, which would let small business owners build their own company with up to 40 delivery vehicles, is the latest move by the online retailer to […]

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Senegal eliminated from World Cup by cruelest criteria – yellow cards

MOSCOW — Senegal became the last African team to be eliminated from the World Cup – by the narrowest and cruelest of margins. After a remarkably coincidental series of result, Senegal and Japan found themselves tied on points after completing all three games in Group H. Colombia’s 1-0 win over Senegal on Thursday in Samara, […]

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Supreme Court Upholds Travel Ban

The Supreme Court upheld President Donald Trump’s travel ban, which restricts entry from seven countries to varying degrees: Iran, North Korea, Syria, Libya, Yemen, Somalia and Venezuela. The US Supreme Court on Tuesday handed Donald Trump one of the biggest victories of his presidency, upholding his travel ban targeting several Muslim-majority countries. It was 5-4 […]

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