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Exclusive: US official appeared to delay protections for endangered species at behest of oil group

The energy friendly agenda inside Trump’s interior department is revealed in records obtained by the Guardian and the watchdog groups Documented and the Western Values ProjectThe Texas hornshell is a sleek green-grey mussel that once thrived in the Rio

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John Hubert Highnote Accused Of Killing 2 Florida Deputies In Apparent Ambush

The Gilchrist County Sheriff’s Department identified the suspect who fatally shot two deputies Thursday in a restaurant in Trenton, Florida, as 59-year-old John Hubert Highnote. The Sheriff’s Department confirmed Highnote was a resident of Bell, a tow

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Andrew McCabe: justice department refers its findings for possible criminal prosecution

Former FBI deputy director could face charges amid DoJ’s findings he misled investigators over 2016 inquiry into Clinton FoundationThe Office of the Inspector General at the US justice department has referred its findings on Andrew McCabe, the former FB

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Every Bon-Ton department store is closing

The Bon-Ton Stores, which filed for Chapter 11 in February, were cleared for liquidation by a bankruptcy court judge.

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Hepatitis A Symptoms, Treatment: Buffalo Wild Wings Restaurant Linked To Latest Outbreak

A case of hepatitis A was confirmed in a food service worker at a Buffalo Wild Wings restaurant in Warren, Michigan. On Tuesday, the Macomb County Health Department said the restaurant at 29287 Mound was inspected and was approved to operate. The health

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A Bon-Ton liquidation jeopardizes U.S. mall owners already in trouble

A Bon-Ton liquidation threatens those landlords with a high exposure to the department store chain.

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Eric Schmidt says Silicon Valley will form 'AI principles' for working with the government

As Google employees fret about about becoming engaged in "the business of war," Eric Schmidt thinks the tech industry will likely form a shared set of "AI-principles" on working with the Department of Defense.

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Video Shows Police Officers Beating Naked Black Harvard Student Near Intersection

Police in Massachusetts on Monday released footage showing the arrest of a black Harvard student near an intersection on Friday. The incident, caught on video by witnesses, allegedly featured an officer repeatedly punching the individual, which prompted t

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US wants to transfer detained American to 3rd country

The Defense Department says it wants to transfer an American citizen detained in Iraq to a third, unidentified country.

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Seven inmates dead, 17 hurt in South Carolina prison incident

(Reuters) - Seven prison inmates were killed and 17 injured in an hours-long series of events involving multiple fights between inmates at a prison in South Carolina, the state Corrections Department said on Twitter.

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Fire breaks out at 70,000-bpd oil refinery in Warren, Pennsylvania: fire department

NEW YORK (Reuters) - A fire broke out at United Refining Co.'s 70,000-barrel-a-day oil refinery in Warren, Pennsylvania, the local fire department said on Sunday.

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Hart family left shortly after child services visited, neighbor told agency

The Hart family packed up and left their home in Washington state shortly after a worker from child protective services visited, a neighbor told the department, according to a case report released Friday.

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Andrew McCabe lawyer considers suing for defamation after Trump tweet

Twitter attack follows watchdog report critical of ex-FBI officialMcCabe issues point-by-point rebuttal to justice department reportA lawyer for fired FBI deputy director Andrew McCabe said on Friday he was considering filing a defamation lawsuit against

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Trump family firm wants ban on release of any correspondence with Cohen

Attorney-client privilege protects ‘each and every communication’ FBI raids recovered documents and devices from Michael CohenDonald Trump and his family business tried on Friday to stop the US justice department from viewing communications between th

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Watchdog report: Ex-FBI deputy director misled investigators

The inspector general's finding led FBI disciplinary officials to recommend that the Justice Department fire McCabe.

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Backpage.com co-founder pleads guilty: U.S. Justice Department

(Reuters) - A co-founder of Backpage.com pleaded guilty in federal court in Arizona on Thursday to charges of facilitating prostitution and money laundering, the U.S. Justice Department said.

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Sears is closing its last store in Chicago

Sears Holdings will close its last department store in Chicago later this year.

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U.S. launches crackdown on sexual harassment in housing

WASHINGTON (Reuters) - The Trump administration is launching an initiative on Thursday to crack down on sexual harassment of women by landlords and encourage victims to come forward for help from the U.S. Justice Department and Department of Housing and U

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Sessions doubles down on zero-tolerance policy in speech addressing the 'crisis' at the border

Attorney General Jeff Sessions doubled down on his “zero-tolerance” policy on Tuesday when he told a crowd of law enforcement officers near the border that the Department of Justice would be stepping up its efforts to “achieve zero-tolerance, zero r

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'Mummified monkey' found in Minneapolis department store

A local mayor says his father is to be blamed for the monkey, which was found in a historic building,

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Two U.S. mall owners set to bid together to save Bon-Ton from closing all of its stores

Washington Prime Group and Namdar Realty Group will bid together to save department store chain Bon-Ton from liquidation.

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US names a prosecutor to oversee production of documents sought by Congress

The U.S. Justice Department is announcing it has named a top prosecutor to oversee the production of documents demanded by Congress.

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Fire reported at Trump Tower in New York: fire department

NEW YORK (Reuters) - A fire was reported on the 50th floor at Trump Tower in New York on Saturday and the New York Fire Department said it was responding to the blaze.

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Georgia cop recalls brawl with pastor and his family: 'I was choked so hard I couldn't breathe'

Sgt, Ryan Long of the Lilburn Police Department, recalled a brawl he had with a pastor and his family last month where he was choked.

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Justice Department seizes over 100 homes in crackdown on marijuana operation

WASHINGTON (Reuters) - U.S. law enforcement agencies seized over 100 homes in the Sacramento, California-area this week in what the U.S. Justice Department on Wednesday said was part of a sweeping crackdown on a criminal marijuana growing operation funded

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