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Kennedy blasts Biden, Trump over pandemic measures in pitch at Libertarian convention

Independent presidential candidate Robert F. Kennedy Jr., accused Joe Biden and Donald Trump Friday of trampling on personal liberties in response to the pandemic that spanned their presidencies. Kennedy, who has long claimed to be a victim of government and media censorship of his unorthodox views, said Americans have lost faith in their leaders and institutions, and he pledged to restore it. “Maybe a brain worm ate that part of my memory, but I don’t recall any part of the […]

todayMay 24, 2024

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A woman took her dog to a shelter to be euthanized. A year later, the dog is up for adoption again.

Exhausted and short on options after consulting two veterinary clinics, Kristie Pereira made the gut-wrenching decision last year to take her desperately ill puppy to a Maryland shelter to be euthanized. So she was stunned last week to find the dog up for adoption at the same pet rescue organization where she had gotten it. “I have a lot of questions, but first and foremost, I want him back with me,” Pereira told The Associated Press on Friday. Pereira, who […]

todayMay 24, 2024

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Involuntary manslaughter allegation against Alec Baldwin advances toward trial with new court ruling

SANTA FE, N.M. (AP) — A New Mexico judge has rejected a request by Alec Baldwin to dismiss the sole criminal charge against him in a fatal shooting on the set of the movie “Rust,” keeping the case on track for a trial this summer. Judge Mary Marlowe Sommer on Friday upheld an indictment charging Baldwin with one count of involuntary manslaughter in the death of cinematographer Halyna Hutchins in 2021. The judge rejected defense arguments that prosecutors flouted the […]

todayMay 24, 2024

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Ex-CIA officer accused of spying for China pleads guilty in a Honolulu courtroom

HONOLULU (AP) — A former CIA officer and contract linguist for the FBI accused of spying for China for at least a decade pleaded guilty Friday in a federal courtroom in Honolulu. Alexander Yuk Ching Ma, 72, has been in custody since his arrest in August 2020. The U.S. Justice Department said in a court filing it amassed “a war chest of damning evidence” against him, including an hourlong video of Ma and an older relative — also a former […]

todayMay 24, 2024

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Union leader: Multibillion-dollar NCAA antitrust settlement won’t slow efforts to unionize players

BOSTON (AP) — Efforts to unionize college athletes will continue, advocates said Friday, even with the NCAA’s landmark agreement to allow players to be paid from a limited revenue-sharing pool. “With this settlement, the NCAA continues to do everything it can to avoid free market competition, which is most appropriate in this case,” said Chris Peck, the president of the local that won the right to represent Dartmouth men’s basketball players – a first for a college sports team. “The […]

todayMay 24, 2024

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Louisiana governor signs bill making abortion drugs controlled dangerous substances

NEW ORLEANS (AP) — First-of-its-kind legislation that classifies two abortion-inducing drugs as controlled and dangerous substances was signed into law Friday by Louisiana Gov. Jeff Landry. The Republican governor announced his signing of the bill in Baton Rouge a day after it gained final legislative passage in the state Senate. Opponents of the measure included many physicians who said the drugs have other critical reproductive health care uses, and that changing the classification could make it harder to prescribe the […]

todayMay 24, 2024

America First with Sebastian Gorka

Mr. Reagan’s favorite movie thus far? Lethal Weapon 2. Sebastian Gorka and Mr. Reagan on Making Movies Great Again

For this episode of "Making Movies Great Again," Sebastian and Chris Kohls, AKA "Mr. Reagan," review the 1989 buddy-cop sequel "Lethal Weapon 2," which Chris declares to be his favorite of the 57 movies that have been reviewed on MMGA thus far.Support the show: https://www.sebgorka.com/See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

todayMay 24, 2024

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As Trump’s hush-money trial nears an end, some would-be spectators camp out for days to get inside

NEW YORK (AP) — While some New Yorkers headed to the beach for Memorial Day weekend, a few set up camp outside the courthouse where Donald Trump’s criminal trial is set to resume next week, hoping to snag a seat inside the courtroom for the start of closing arguments. Friday found a handful of people already in line for Tuesday’s court session. They included professional line sitters with pup tents — and Richard Partington, 43, of East Hampton, New York, […]

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Prosecutors in Harvey Weinstein’s New York case cry foul over defense lawyer’s comments

Prosecutors in New York accused Harvey Weinstein’s lead defense lawyer of making public statements intended to intimidate a potential witness ahead of the fallen movie mogul’s retrial and asked a judge to take action. The Manhattan district attorney’s office sent a letter to the trial judge Thursday criticizing comments made by lawyer Arthur Aidala outside of court on May 1, urging the judge to instruct the defense team “not to make public statements discussing or disparaging potential witnesses in the […]

todayMay 24, 2024

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