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Booker calls on Trump to resign over sexual harassment claims

New Jersey Democratic Sen. Cory Booker called on President Trump on Saturday to resign from office over sexual harassment allegations made by several women against him. Booker made the remarks at a rally in Alabama in support of Democratic Senate ...

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Iraq declares victory over ISIS, but warns of remaining fighters

The Iraqi government declared victory Saturday in its war with the Islamic State terror group after a bloody three-year campaign. Prime Minister Haider al-Abadi made the announcement in a TV address to the nation after Iraqi forces vanquished the last ...

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Pols, activists blast concealed-carry bill at City Hall rally

Lawmakers and gun safety advocates rallied at City Hall Saturday to condemn a National Rifle Association-backed bill that would allow licensed gun owners to carry concealed weapons across state lines. The House recently passed the Conceal Carry Reciprocity Act — ...

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NYC firefighters bring gifts to hurricane-hit kids in Texas

Dozens of city firefighters traveled more than 1,500 miles to hand out Christmas presents in Texas to children whose families are still recovering from the devastation of Hurricane Harvey. “Not only do these kids not have a Christmas tree, they ...

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NYC thief cuffed at fried chicken joint he robbed over the summer

The chicken was so good he had to go back for more. A Bronx man was busted after he showed back up at a fried chicken joint he robbed over the summer, police said Saturday. Workers at Texas Chicken and ...

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Sandy Hook massacre haunts residents five years later

Newtown mother Erin Nikitchyuk, like many in her small town, lives in a world still shaped by the morning of Dec. 14, 2012. It’s the small things that stir her emotions, the subtle reminders of what happened after a heavily ...

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Trump met with protesters at opening of Miss. civil rights museum

Protesters met President Trump in Mississippi on Saturday at the opening of a museum dedicated to the civil rights movement and state’s past. About 50 demonstrators rallied outside the building, greeting Trump’s motorcade as he arrived in Jackson, Miss., for ...

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Egypt's Coptic Orthodox church says it won't receive Mike Pence

Egypt’s Coptic Orthodox church says it will not receive Vice President Mike Pence after the U.S. decision to recognize the contested city of Jerusalem as the capital of Israel. The spokesman of the Coptic Orthodox Church said Saturday in a ...

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Court upholds conviction of 'Making a Murderer's' Brendan Dassey

A federal appeals court upheld Brendan Dassey’s murder conviction Friday, requiring him to serve the rest of his life in prison. The decision from the U.S. Seventh Circuit Court of Appeals reverses a federal judge’s ruling that Dassey, a subject ...

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Producer David Guillod under investigation for alleged rape

“Atomic Blonde” producer David Guillod is reportedly under investigation by the Santa Barbara County Sheriff’s Office for allegedly raping a former employee in 2014. Guillod — who stepped down as co-CEO of Primary Wave Entertainment last month after actress Jessica ...

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