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Differences in how Trump and Obama were covered in conflicts with media

Differences in how Trump and Obama were covered in conflicts with media

On Friday, Fox News aired a clip of correspondent Chris Wallace's interview with President Donald Trump, which will air in its entirety on Sund ...

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Federal court rules Democrats unconstitutionally redrew Congressional district lines

Federal court rules Democrats unconstitutionally redrew Congressional district lines

A panel of federal judges on the 4th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals ruled that state officials in Maryland violated the U.S. Constitution by redrawing ...

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IRS apologizes, pays damages to Tea Party groups

IRS apologizes, pays damages to Tea Party groups

In a legal settlement that still awaits approval by a federal judge, the Internal Revenue Service  "expresses its sincere apology" for ...

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Guest list at Obama's State of the Union signals deep political, social divisions

Guest list at Obama's State of the Union signals deep political, social divisions

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Lawsuit seeks compensation from Coca Cola following Egypt's anti-Semitic property seizures

Lawsuit seeks compensation from Coca Cola following Egypt's anti-Semitic property seizures

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India: High Court in Kashmir stays proceedings against Rev Khanna, but his life is in danger

The authorities had laid charges against the Anglican clergyman after an Islamic court accused him proselytising and forced conversions. For Sajan George, president of the Global Council of Indian Christians (GCIC), the life of the Anglican pastor “is still in danger”. Three of the seven converts ...

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Court Jails German Priest For Six Years For Sex Abuse

An unidentified German court has convicted a Roman Catholic priest of some 250 counts of sexual abuse against children over a several-year period and sentenced him to six years in prison.

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Court Ruling on Journalist's Murder Means No Probe Of Turkish Officials

A Turkish court has ruled that there was no link between the ultranationalist Ergenekon terrorist network and the 2007 killing of ethnic Armenian journalist Hrant Dink. The ruling closes the case without a broader investigation into the alleged involvement of Turkish state security officials in ...

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In Court, Former Croatian PM Rejects Bribery Charges

Former Croatian Prime Minister Ivo Sanader has adamantly rejected charges of corruption and war profiteering related to a $14 million loan from an Austrian bank in 1995.

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