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Roger Stone: 5 Things About The Former Advisor Who Trump Commuted Over ‘Unjust’ Prison Sentence

In Nov. 2019, Roger Stone was found guilty of obstruction and witness tampering in the Mueller investigation. However, Donald Trump signed an Executive Grant of Clemency to commute his former advisor’s 40-month sentence. UPDATE, 7/10/2020, 10:23pm ET: Donald Trump has signed an Executive Grant of Clemency to commute the prison sentence of his former political adviser, Roger Stone. The Conservative […]

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Singapore's ruling PAP holds power, but loses votes in pandemic poll

SINGAPORE (Reuters) – Singapore’s ruling People’s Action Party is on track to retain power comfortably, early results from Friday’s general election showed, but opponents have made historic inroads in a vote held under the cloud of the COVID-19 pandemic. In power since independence in 1965, the PAP had been widely expected to win and carry Prime Minister Lee Hsien Loong […]

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Bodycam footage shows Aurora officer drawing gun on doctor: report

Fox News Flash top headlines for July 10 Fox News Flash top headlines are here. Check out what’s clicking on Foxnews.com. Bodycam footage shows a member of the Aurora Police Department in Colorado pointing his weapon at a doctor in an office building parking lot, according to a report. The video captures the tense moments in March between Dr. P.J. […]

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Manx mum calls for better dyslexia school support

A mother has called on the Manx government to implement regular dyslexia screening for schoolchildren and support training for teachers. Julia Furner, whose daughter has dyslexia, said some were being “left behind” as it was identified too late. On Tynwald Day, a petition by Mrs Furner asking the parliament to examine the current measures was submitted. A spokesman for the […]

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"It's going to happen again," says former New Zealand PM Clark tasked with WHO COVID-19 review

WELLINGTON (Reuters) – New Zealand’s former prime minister Helen Clark warned if the world remained “flat-footed” in its response to pandemics it faces future economic, social and political crisis, after she was appointed by the World Health Organization (WHO) to lead a review of the global response to the COVID-19 pandemic. WHO announced late on Thursday that Clark and Liberia’s […]

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Mayor of South Korea's capital found dead amid impropriety allegation

SEOUL (Reuters) – One of South Korea’s most prominent elected officials, the longtime mayor of the capital Seoul, was found dead on Friday after he was reported missing by his daughter amid a criminal probe and media reports of alleged sexual harassment. Mayor Park Won-soon’s body was found at Mt Bugak in northern Seoul around midnight after a search involving […]

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Two teens whose bodies were found in Denver are identified

Two teenagers who were shot dead in the same Denver incident were identified Thursday, as was a woman who was fatally shot Tuesday. A surge of shootings and stabbings in early July puts Denver on track to have its deadliest year in the past decade. Xzavier Collier, 14, and Moses Chaney Harris, 15, both died of gunshots wounds, according to […]

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