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FBI releases file on 1970s Trump housing discrimination case

The FBI on Wednesday released a 389-page file of interviews and other material that was used by the Justice Department in its 1973 housing racial bias case in New York against Donald Trump and his father, Fred.

The Washington Post wrote about the case last year based on more extensive files from the Justice Department, obtained under the Freedom of Information Act. The FBI file does not shed new light on the role of Donald Trump, who served as company president.

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Wisconsin students demand free tuition for black students

MADISON, Wis. (AP) — Black students should be offered free tuition and housing at the University of Wisconsin-Madison because blacks were legally barred from education during slavery and university remains out of reach for black students today, the student government said Wednesday.

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John Bates, Whistleblower Climate Scientist, Smeared by Global Warming Advocates

The scandal is growing, as Congress investigates and NOAA brings in outside experts to review a key study. Less than 72 hours after a federal whistleblower exposed shocking misconduct at a key U.S. climate agency, the CEO of the nation’s top scientific group was already dismissing the matter as no biggie. On February 7, Rush Holt, head of the American Association for the Advancement of Science (AAAS), told a congressional committee that allegations made by a high-level climate scientist were simply an “internal dispute between two factions” and insisted that the matter was “not the making of a big scandal.” (This was moments after Holt lectured the committee that science is “a set of principles dedicated to discovery,” and that it requires “humility in the face of evidence.” Who knew?)

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‘Honest’ PBS Clinton Documentary Lies About the Economy

Public Television touted the Bill Clinton documentary as a long-awaited warts-and-all piece. USA Today called the two-parter a “solid and even-handed account … of a remarkably skillful politician with an immense intellect.” While calling it “tedious and predictable,” The Washington Post described the documentary as “honest.”

In the first hour, the documentary stumbled out of the gate. If it were a racehorse, they’d have to put it down. The whopper we get hit with right away and again and again is this: Clinton inherited a recession — not an economy that long ago came out of a recession. Never mind that 1993 — 19 years ago — is within the living memory of many Americans. Yet we are repeatedly told that Clinton entered office under a full-on economic meltdown.

The narrator says: “Heading into the fall (of l992) … with the economy still faltering. …”

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FLASHBACK – Reports: Obama’s 2008 Campaign Reps Talked with Iran, Hamas

Depending on what took place, the alleged contacts with Iran may have violated the Logan Act, which bars citizens from negotiating with foreign governments in dispute with the United States. It may be questionable whether Hamas, which rules the Gaza Strip, legally qualifies as a foreign government.

In 2008, Robert Malley stepped down as an informal foreign policy adviser to Obama’s campaign when it was revealed that he met with Hamas members.

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Paris riots latest: Violence approaches Eurostar hub and police attacked

WIDESPREAD suburban rioting spilled into central Paris last night as hundreds went on the rampage over the alleged rape of a young black man by French police.

Officers were forced to unleash tear-gas on angry crowds as buildings and rubbish bins were set on fire around the Barbes Metro station, which is just around the corner from the Eurostar hub at Gare du Nord.

As fire crews went in to extinguish the blazes, lines of riot police were attacked, and shops were looted.

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Best Source of Better Health Care: Yourself

On Jan. 20, 1961, John F. Kennedy gave the shortest inaugural address in our nation’s history. The soaring speech, noted for its brevity and clarity, is also remembered for its plethora of memorable phrases, many recited in schools and lecture halls still today.

Perhaps the most oft-quoted phrase is, “My fellow Americans, ask not what your country can do for you. Ask what you can do for your country.”

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Legal expert says O.J. Simpson could be released from prison this summer

O.J. Simpson has been incarcerated at Lovelock Correctional Center in Nevada since 2008 after being sentenced to 33 years in prison, all stemming from an incident at a Las Vegas hotel room from which Simpson attempted to forcefully reclaim memorabilia.

The former Bills star and Hall of Fame running back, now 70, was charged with and found guilty on 12 counts, including conspiracy, burglary, robbery, kidnapping and assault with a deadly weapon.

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