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Trump defends Manafort as jury continues second day of deliberations
Washington Post
President Trump defended his former campaign chairman Paul Manafort on Friday, saying “it's very sad what they've done” to him, as jurors began their second day of deliberating whether Manafort is guilty of tax and bank fraud crimes. Trump, speaking ...
Manafort Jury Likely to End Day Without Verdict: Trial UpdateBloomberg

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New York Times

5 Takeaways From Elon Musk's Interview With The Times About Tesla
New York Times
Tesla is not considering hiring a second in command, the electric carmaker's founder and chief executive, Elon Musk, said in wide-ranging comments to The New York Times. Mr. Musk's remarks came during an hourlong interview Thursday in which he ...
Elon Musk Details 'Excruciating' Personal Toll of Tesla TurmoilNew York Times

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Washington Post

Trump calls on regulators to consider changing how often companies must report earnings
Washington Post
President Trump called on financial regulators Friday to consider allowing public companies to share information with investors less often, a potentially major shake-up of how corporate America operates. “That would allow greater flexibility & save ...
Trump's idea to get rid of quarterly earnings reports makes some senseThe Boston Globe

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Today.com

Teen who survived fall from 60-foot bridge speaks out: I want pusher in jail
Today.com
The teenager who was pushed off a 60-foot bridge in Washington state says the friend who sent her plunging into the water below deserves some jail time for nearly killing her. Jordan Holgerson, 16, is now home but continues to recover from six broken ...

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Washington Post

Michigan legislator apologizes for racial slurs against Asian American opponent
Washington Post
A Michigan legislator has apologized for “disparaging remarks” that she said she made against an Asian American opponent for state Senate. The Detroit Metro Times reported that state Rep. Bettie Cook Scott used racial slurs, including “ching-chang” and ...
Michigan representative apologizes for racial slurs against Asian opponentDetroit Metro Times
Detroit legislator apologizes for racial slursThe Detroit News

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Washington Post

So much for the presidency
Washington Post
When asked during a news briefing if she could guarantee the American people that there isn't a tape of Donald Trump using the “n-word,” as claimed by fired White House aide Omarosa Manigault Newman in her new book, White House press secretary ...
Donald J. Trump on Twitter: ".@MarkBurnettTV called to say that there are NO TAPES of the Apprentice where I used ...Twitter
Mark Burnett reiterates: He's not giving up Trump tapesUSA TODAY
Sarah Huckabee Sanders 'Can't Guarantee' Trump Hasn't Used 'N-Word'Daily Beast
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The Denver Channel

Husband arrested on murder charges in disappearance of pregnant wife, daughters
The Denver Channel
FREDERICK, Colo. — A Frederick husband and father is behind bars in the Weld County Jail, booked early Thursday morning, in connection to the disappearance of his pregnant wife and two young daughters. Christopher Watts, 33, was arrested and brought ...

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New York Times

'Amazing Grace': How Aretha Franklin Took Us All to Church
New York Times
Albums don't “matter,” anymore. But they used to, and when they did, Aretha Franklin, who died on Thursday, was responsible for one of the very best: “Amazing Grace,” a live album recorded over two days in January 1972, at the New Temple Missionary ...
Did Aretha Franklin 'Work for' Donald Trump on Numerous Occasions?Snopes.com

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Washington Post

Has Russia hacked into Florida's election system? There is no evidence.
Washington Post
Sen. Bill Nelson (D-Fla.): “At the urging, I might say, of the chairman and vice chairman of the Intelligence Committee, we wrote and signed a joint letter to all 67 county supervisors of election to tell them that the Russians are in Florida's records ...
Bill Nelson: The Russians have penetrated some Florida voter registration systemsTampa Bay Times

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CNBC

GoFundMe page for fired FBI agent Peter Strzok raises $325000 in one day
CNBC
Who says sending anti-Trump texts to your girlfriend doesn't pay? Sure, such texts cost Peter Strzok his 22-year career with the FBI, but they also seem to have garnered the disgraced former agent a lot of support – enough to raise more than $325,000 ...

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