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I’m The Decider: McConnell Kills Effort To Protect Special Counsel Robert Mueller

The FBI raided the office, residence, and hotel room of President Trump’s personal lawyer last week. Trump was reportedly furious, calling the raid a “disgrace” and an attack on the country. He also said it was part of a witch-hunt. The information that spurred the raid was reported to have come from Special Counsel Robert Mueller, who is heading the DOJ’s probe into whether the Trump campaign colluded with the Russians in 2016. This information was not within the purview of the investigation, so he passed it onto fellow federal authorities. The New York Timesreported that Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein signed off on the raids. When asked about whether he’ll fire Special Counsel Robert Mueller, Trump uttered the famous, “we’ll see what happens.” That phrase has been the kiss of death to some of Trump’s top administration officials.

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Push for ‘Dreamer’ immigration bill gains steam in U.S. House

WASHINGTON (Reuters) – A bipartisan majority of the U.S. House of Representatives on Wednesday urged Speaker Paul Ryan to schedule debate on bills to protect young undocumented immigrants from deportation, in a move aimed at reviving a push that sputtered in the Senate in February.

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Robert De Niro Says Donald Trump Is a ‘Mad Man’ and ‘Low-life’ at Tribeca Event

Robert De Niro isn’t changing his mind any time soon, especially when it comes to his feelings for President Donald Trump and the current state of the country. At a lunch held this afternoon in celebration of the start of the Tribeca Film Festival, which he co-founded in 2002, De Niro offered some pointed opening remarks to a crowd made up mostly of journalists and other members of the press about Trump.

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Study: Nearly 1 in 4 children has at least one immigrant parent

One in 4 children living in the U.S. in 2016 had at least one parent who was born outside the U.S., according to a study released Wednesday.

A Kaiser Family Foundation survey found that about 20 million children living in the U.S. in 2016, or about 23 percent, had at least one parent who immigrated to the U.S. Most of those children, 89 percent, are citizens of the U.S. themselves, the study adds.

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Drought Returns to Huge Swaths of U.S., Fueling Fears of a Thirsty Future

AUSTIN, Texas — Less than eight months after Hurricane Harvey pelted the Texas Gulf Coast with torrential rainfall, drought has returned to Texas and other parts of the West, Southwest and Southeast, rekindling old worries for residents who dealt with earlier waves of dry spells and once again forcing state governments to reckon with how to keep the water flowing.

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Uganda’s President Wants to Ban Oral Sex, Says the “Mouth is for Eating”

Uganda’s President Wants to Ban Oral Sex, Says the “Mouth is for Eating”
“The mouth is for eating, not for sex. We know the address of sex,” says President Museveni.
Uganda’s President Yoweri Museveni has issued what he calls a “public warning” against oral sex.

The president claims the practice has been pushed on Ugandans by “outsiders,” and argues that the mouth is solely for eating.

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Man jailed for life after deliberately infecting men with HIV

‘Predatory’ Daryll Rowe found guilty of grievous bodily harm after transmitting virus to five partners

A man who deliberately tried to infect 10 men with HIV was told by one of his victims: “I would rather he had murdered me than left me to live my life like this” as he was given a life sentence on Wednesday. Daryll Rowe, a 27-year-old hairdresser from Brighton, showed no emotion as he was told that he must serve at least 12 years for the “determined, hateful campaign of sly violence” during a sentencing hearing at the city’s crown court.

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Parkland survivors David Hogg and Lauren Hogg to publish book #NeverAgain

Two siblings who survived the high school shooting in Parkland, Fla. are penning a book about the massacre and the gun-control movement that followed.

The book titled #NeverAgain by David Hogg, one of the most recognizable faces of the movement, and his younger sister, Lauren Hogg, who has also been active in the effort, will chronicle the Valentine’s Day Shooting and how the pair — along with other students — aimed to start a revolution to stop gun violence.

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Jeff Bezos reveals Amazon has 100 million Prime members in letter to shareholders

Amazon CEO Jeff Bezos has released his latest annual shareholder letter.

In the letter, Bezos stressed the importance of having high standards in running a business. By setting high standards, companies are able to live up to “ever-rising customer expectations,” he said.

“How do you stay ahead of ever-rising customer expectations? There’s no single way to do it – it’s a combination of many things. But high standards (widely deployed and at all levels of detail) are certainly a big part of it,” Bezos wrote in the letter.

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