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Trump Michael Cohen Pleaded Guilty

Trump Michael Cohen Pleaded Guilty To Lying To Congress About A Trump Real Estate Deal In Russia Trump Michael Cohen, President Donald Trump’s former longtime personal lawyer, pleaded guilty Thursday to lying to Congress about pursuing the construction of a Trump Tower in Moscow in 2016, the first charge he faces from special counsel Robert … Read more

Bob Wilson An 89-Year-Old Man Gave $1,000 High School Students

Bob Wilson Might Have Made A Mistake He should have paid these people instead of Giving Away Free Money Monica LeRossignol and her son are still stunned by the freshly printed $1,000 check, a gesture that’s brightened the difficult, surreal reality of rebuilding their lives after losing their home and most of their community in … Read more

An American Missionary Killed While Illegally Visiting A Remote Tribe

John Middleton Ramsey, 22, remembers his friend, John Chau, 26, telling him about his plan to travel to the Andaman Islands in India to try and teach the remote Sentinelese tribe about Jesus Christ two years ago. Last week, Chau arrived on North Sentinel Island. Tribe members, who remain completely disconnected from the outside world, … Read more

Types Of Tourism: Sex Tourism on the Rise After #MeToo

Types Of Tourism: MeToo and sex tourism It looks like there various types of tourism and one that seems to be gainig traction is sex tourism. TIJUANA, Mexico — Hookerfucker1, as he’s known on Reddit, is like a lot of the men who come from the US to Tijuana looking for sex. Single and in … Read more

Florida Republican Won Messy Senate Recount

Florida Republican Won Messy Senate Recount Florida Gov. Rick Scott has won the close and tense Florida race for US Senate over the incumbent, Sen. Bill Nelson, after a hand recount ended on Sunday. The state is slated to certify the results on Tuesday, putting to bed a messy post-election dispute involving a dozen lawsuits, … Read more

Merkel And Macron Embraced At A WW1 Memorial

Trump Couldn’t Visit A Different Cemetery Due To Bad Weather One hundred years after their countries fought one another on the battlefields of World War I, French President Emmanuel Macron and German Chancellor Angela Merkel embraced Saturday, laying a wreath and unveiling a commemorative plaque at the site of the war’s end. The ceremony was … Read more

Florida ordered recounts of the close governor and US Senate races

FORT LAUDERDALE, Florida — State election officials in Florida on Saturday ordered a statewide machine recount in three tight races, including contests for governor and US Senate, while at least one beleaguered local elections board continued to review ballots and lawyers for Republicans threatened to sue. The post-midterm election battle in the state — notoriously … Read more

At Least 31 People Are Dead As Entire California Cities Flee Raging Wildfires

Three major wildfires are raging in California, scorching tens of thousands of acres and forcing entire cities to evacuate. More than 190,000 acres have burned, 272,000 people have been evacuated, and around 8,200 firefighters are battling the blazes, according to state officials. In Northern California, the Camp fire has scorched more than 6,700 structures, making … Read more