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'BRUTALIZED' IN N. KOREA Otto Warmbier's father says he was 'terrorized'

CINCINNATI, Ohio –  The family of Otto Warmbier said Wednesday they are “adjusting to a different reality” following their son’s return from North Korea, where he was “brutalized” by his captors and held for more than a year in a ...

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'FROSTY' EXCHANGE? Comey confronted Lynch over Clinton probe: Report

Former FBI Director James Comey reportedly told members of Congress that he had a “frosty” exchange with former Attorney General Loretta Lynch last year when he discussed her possible interference in the FBI’s investigation into Hillary Clinton’s private email server. ...

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Sears Canada’s future is in doubt. How did it come to this?

Retailer Sears Canada is on the ropes, warning investors that it might have to restructure its business or seek a buyer. The corporate crisis is decades in the making, say retail analysts. CBC | Canada News

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'UNSAFE' INCIDENT Iranian missile boat pointed laser at US helicopter

An Iranian missile boat pointed a laser at a U.S. Marine helicopter while two Navy warships and a cargo ship were transiting out of the Persian Gulf through the Strait of Hormuz on Tuesday, a senior US defense official said. ...

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HISTORY OF HATE Dead gunman who shot Scalise, 4 others, posted anti-Trump online rants

The man who opened fire on a Congressional baseball practice Wednesday, seriously wounding a top Republican lawmaker and four others was an avowed Bernie Sanders supporter who despised President Trump, according to what appears to have been his Facebook page. ...

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Liberia: President Sirleaf Declares Assets As Tenure Comes to An End

[FrontPageAfrica] Monrovia -When Ellen Johnson-Sirleaf was sworn in as Liberia and Africa’s first woman head of state, some eleven years ago, she pledged to set an example for others in her government to follow, starting with the declaration of assets. ...

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BREAKING NEWS 'Multiple victims' in Calif. workplace shooting

At least two people were reported dead after an employee opened fire in a UPS warehouse and customer service center in San Francisco on Wednesday.  The gunman barged into the facility near 17th and Vermont streets around 9 a.m. local ...

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POLS TO BLAME Lawmaker: 'Rhetorical terrorism' behind violence

The shooting Wednesday at a congressional baseball practice prompted swift calls to ratchet down the country’s heated political rhetoric, with one Republican congressman who was at the scene saying the “hateful rhetoric” on both sides has to stop. Rep. Rodney ...

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