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In a Beijing ballroom, Kushner family flogs $500,000 ‘investor visa’ to wealthy Chinese; Flynn was warned by Trump transition officials about contacts with Russian ambassador; The dark history at the heart of the French election ; Texas police officer who killed black teen could spend rest of his life in prison; Can Republicans sell their health-care plans to a skeptical public?; ‘Heart-wrenching and incomprehensible’: 18 fraternity members charged in Penn State hazing death; White House fires its chief usher — the first woman in that job; Despite critics’ claims, the GOP health bill doesn’t classify rape or sexual assault as a preexisting condition; Macron campaign says its emails have been subjected to ‘massive, coordinated’ hacking; Trump has a dangerous disability; Texas officer who killed black teenager leaving party is charged with murder; Stephen Colbert faces FCC scrutiny for hitting Trump below the belt; After the ‘Winter White House’ in Fla., Trump shifts to ‘Camp David North’ in N.J.; America’s Most Challenging High Schools 2017; Every Republican who voted for this abomination must be held accountable; Republicans’ health-care plan could launch some ugly political battles in state legislatures
 
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In a Beijing ballroom, Kushner family flogs $500,000 ‘investor visa’ to wealthy Chinese
Representatives from the Kushner family business urged Chinese citizens to consider investing hundreds of thousands of dollars in a New Jersey real estate project.
Flynn was warned by Trump transition officials about contacts with Russian ambassador
The former national security adviser was told weeks before a phone call that led to his resignation that the Russian’s communications were sure to be monitored.
 
The dark history at the heart of the French election 
In a pivotal vote, the past is a key issue for both candidates.
 
Texas police officer who killed black teen could spend rest of his life in prison
Jordan Edwards’ family, who plan to bury the teen on Saturday, called the murder charge “appropriate.”
 
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‘Heart-wrenching and incomprehensible’: 18 fraternity members charged in Penn State hazing death
A Penn State student’s fraternity associates did not call for help until many hours after he was ordered to drink excessively at the fraternity and fell multiple times, a grand jury investigation concluded. He died of his injuries.
 
White House fires its chief usher — the first woman in that job
When the White House residence staff arrived at work Friday morning, they were told that Angella Reid was no longer employed.
 
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Despite critics’ claims, the GOP health bill doesn’t classify rape or sexual assault as a preexisting condition
We check out a viral claim about the House GOP plan to replace Obamacare, and whether it makes rape or sexual assault a preexisting condition.
 
Macron campaign says its emails have been subjected to ‘massive, coordinated’ hacking
French authorities began investigating the “piracy action” one day before the country’s most important presidential election in decades.
 
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Trump has a dangerous disability
People must let their representatives know just how dangerous this man is.
 
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Texas officer who killed black teenager leaving party is charged with murder
The charge arrives a day ahead of Jordan Edwards funeral.
 
Stephen Colbert faces FCC scrutiny for hitting Trump below the belt
Chairman Ajit Pai says his agency will “take the appropriate action.”
 
After the ‘Winter White House’ in Fla., Trump shifts to ‘Camp David North’ in N.J.
The Trump-branded golf club is the latest weekend destination in the president’s taxpayer-funded travels.
 
America’s Most Challenging High Schools 2017
See how more than 2,300 of the nation’s top high schools place in Jay Mathews’ annual rankings of how well schools challenge their students.
 
Every Republican who voted for this abomination must be held accountable
This is one of the most important moments in recent political history.
 
Republicans’ health-care plan could launch some ugly political battles in state legislatures
Do you find a way to raise taxes/cut other services to keep your most vulnerable population insured? Or do you just stop insuring them?
 
 
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