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  • Stacey Abrams wins Democratic primary in Georgia.

    Stacey Abrams will win the Democratic primary in Georgia’s gubernatorial race Tuesday, CNN projects, becoming the first black woman in the nation to hold a major party’s nomination for governor. If she wins in November, she will become the country’s first black female governor. Th…

  • A Sinkhole Is Growing on the White House Lawn

    A sinkhole has formed on the White House and appears to be growing, according to reporters who observed the gap in the grassy ground. The sinkhole was spotted on the White House’s North Lawn, not far from the entrance to the briefing room, according to the Hill. Groundskeepers quickly surroun…

  • Congress OKs letting terminal patients try unapproved drugs Supporters of the me

    Congress OKs letting terminal patients try unapproved drugs Supporters of the measure argued that people had a right to try experimental procedures, while critics said giving people access to untested drugs was dangerous. by Associated Press / May.22.2018 / 6:57 PM ET WASHINGTON — A bill helping …

  • NFL weighs 15-yard penalties for kneeling during national anthem: report

    NFL weighs 15-yard penalties for kneeling during national anthem: report BY BRETT SAMUELS – 05/22/18 04:41 PM EDT NFL owners on Tuesday mulled the possibility of assessing an in-game penalty against teams whose players kneel in protest during the national anthem. . . . One suggestion was t…

  • House votes to ease regulation of banks, sending bill to Trump

    House votes to ease regulation of banks, sending bill to Trump BY SYLVAN LANE – 05/22/18 05:43 PM EDT The House on Tuesday passed a bill to loosen federal regulations on the banking sector, securing an election-year legislative accomplishment that is likely to be touted by members of both …

  • 2 Mississippi police officers fired after alleged police brutality incident

    2 Mississippi police officers fired after alleged police brutality incident By JOSIAH BATES May 22, 2018, 5:43 PM ET Shakari Briggs/WDAM-TV, via AP In this May 18, 2018 photograph taken from news video, James Barnett of Laurel, Miss., shows the injuries he allegedly sustained after two Laurel pol…

  • Businessman who sold diseased human body parts gets nine years in prison

    (Serena Maria Daniels, John Shiffman May 22, 2018 Reuters) https://www.reuters.com/article/us-usa-bodies-sentence/businessman-who-sold-diseased-body-parts-gets-nine-years-in-prison-idUSKCN1IN2PA

  • EPA Bars Some Reporters From Attending Scott Pruitt Speech

    EPA Bars Some Reporters From Attending Scott Pruitt Speech The EPA said the venue was full, but some outlets report there were available seats when journalists were turned away. By Gabrielle Ware May 22, 2018 The Environmental Protection Agency blocked reporters from multiple major outlets from at…

  • Trump administration moves to end ban on Alaska hunting practices many say are c

    Trump administration moves to end ban on Alaska hunting practices many say are cruel 23 May, 2018 8:06am 4 minutes to read Washington Post By: Darryl Fears In a push to reverse yet another Obama-era regulation, the Trump administration moved yesterday to strike rules that forbid hunting methods o…

  • Alabama sues over inclusion of migrants in US Census

    Alabama sues over inclusion of migrants in US Census Kim Chandler, Associated Press Updated 2:22 pm, Tuesday, May 22, 2018 MONTGOMERY, Ala. (AP) — Alabama’s attorney general has filed a lawsuit against the federal government, challenging the longstanding practice of including immigrants liv…

  • Mother: 15-year-old son killed himself after being bullied

    Mother: 15-year-old son killed himself after being bullied Amy Forliti, Associated Press Updated 3:09 pm, Tuesday, May 22, 2018 MINNEAPOLIS (AP) — A Minnesota mother says her 15-year-old son killed himself after months of being bullied and assaulted, and that school staff didn’t do enough …

  • Worried About Grade School Security, EPA Limited Pruitt’s Earth Day Audience to

    Timber Execs A timber executive organized a secret Earth Day visit to an elementary school for Environmental Protection Agency Administrator Scott Pruitt, according to emails and text messages reviewed by MapLight. Wanda Barrs, a former Georgia education board member and co-owner of Gully Branch Tr…

  • EPA bars AP, CNN from summit on contaminants

    WASHINGTON (AP) — The Latest on a hearing with EPA chief Scott Pruitt on a widespread contaminant in drinking water (all times local): 9:55 a.m. The Environmental Protection Agency is barring The Associated Press, CNN and the environmental-focused news organization E&E from a national summit …

  • Amazon Teams Up With Law Enforcement to Deploy Dangerous New Face Recognition

    Technology Amazon, which got its start selling books and still bills itself as “Earth’s most customer-centric company,” has officially entered the surveillance business. The company has developed a powerful and dangerous new facial recognition system and is actively helping governments deploy…

  • After Spying On Trump Campaign, Stefan Halper Tried To Infiltrate The State

    Department FBI “infiltrator” Stefan Halper tried to worm his way into a senior role within the Trump administration, according to a Monday report by Jonathan Swan of Axios. During the transition following the 2016 election, while still being paid by the Department of Defense for “…