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Trump at the halfway mark: How will history judge our unconventional president?

Today 12:39 GMT

How will history judge him at this point in his first term of office; bearing in mind the wisdom of Chou En Lai when Henry Kissinger asked him what he thought the impact of the 1789 French Revolution was on history, replied, “It’s too early to tell.”

These two years of Trump have seen a massive rollback of federal regulations, all taking place under the radar as the media rages about alleged Russian collusion and impeachment.

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Source: The Guradian

Laquan McDonald's family laments light sentence given to white Chicago officer

Today 12:39 GMT

The graphic images of McDonald crumpling to the street while bullets kept striking him stirred expectations that the officer might pay a heavy price in prison time.

On Friday a sentence of less than seven years for Jason Van Dyke – and the possibility that he may serve only half of that – led McDonald’s family and at least one activist to question whether justice had been done and the right message sent to other officers.

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Source: Fox News

Trump at the halfway mark: How will history judge our unconventional president?

Today 11:44 GMT

How will history judge him at this point in his first term of office; bearing in mind the wisdom of Chou En Lai when Henry Kissinger asked him what he thought the impact of the 1789 French Revolution was on history, replied, “It’s too early to tell.”

These two years of Trump have seen a massive rollback of federal regulations, all taking place under the radar as the media rages about alleged Russian collusion and impeachment.

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Source: The Guradian

Laquan McDonald's family laments light sentence given to white Chicago officer

Today 09:54 GMT

The graphic images of McDonald crumpling to the street while bullets kept striking him stirred expectations that the officer might pay a heavy price in prison time.

On Friday a sentence of less than seven years for Jason Van Dyke – and the possibility that he may serve only half of that – led McDonald’s family and at least one activist to question whether justice had been done and the right message sent to other officers.

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Source: Fox News

Trump at the halfway mark: How will history judge our unconventional president?

Today 12:38 GMT

How will history judge him at this point in his first term of office; bearing in mind the wisdom of Chou En Lai when Henry Kissinger asked him what he thought the impact of the 1789 French Revolution was on history, replied, “It’s too early to tell.”

These two years of Trump have seen a massive rollback of federal regulations, all taking place under the radar as the media rages about alleged Russian collusion and impeachment.

1 Article
Source: The Guradian

Laquan McDonald's family laments light sentence given to white Chicago officer

Today 12:38 GMT

The graphic images of McDonald crumpling to the street while bullets kept striking him stirred expectations that the officer might pay a heavy price in prison time.

On Friday a sentence of less than seven years for Jason Van Dyke – and the possibility that he may serve only half of that – led McDonald’s family and at least one activist to question whether justice had been done and the right message sent to other officers.

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Judge Andrew Napolitano: Can the FBI really investigate President Trump?

Friday 06:04 GMT

Last weekend, The New York Times reported that senior FBI officials were so concerned about whatever President Donald Trump's true motivation for firing FBI Director James Comey was that they immediately initiated a counterintelligence investigation of the president himself.

The Times reported that these officials believed that Trump may have intentionally or unwittingly played into the Kremlin's hands by firing Comey so as to impair the FBI investigation into what efforts, if any, Russian intelligence personnel undertook in attempting to influence the 2016 presidential election and what role, if any, the Trump campaign played in facilitating those efforts.

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Source: Global News

Judge weighs case of woman facing terror-related charges in Toronto-area Canadian Tire attack

Friday 16:20 GMT

Jurors have begun their deliberations in the case of a Toronto-area woman facing terror charges in an attack at a Canadian Tire store.

Woman admits in court that attack at Toronto-area Canadian Tire was ‘for ISIS’. Dughmosh is also charged with leaving Canada for the purpose of committing a criminal offence in connection with an attempted trip to Syria in April 2016. In his closing arguments today, Crown prosecutor Jason Wakely said an agreed statement of facts presented in court – the only evidence brought in the case – shows Dughmosh is guilty of all offences.


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