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Russia tried to infiltrate Trump campaign, Mueller documents confirm

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| Apparent Russian agents began reaching out to Donald Trump's presidential campaign as early as March 2016, the Justice Department established in documents released Monday, with appeals for partnership and offers of help including "dirt" on Trump's opponent, Hillary Clinton.

Poll: 6 in 10 black Americans say they've been unfairly stopped by police


A third of black Americans say they avoid calling the police when in need because of fear of discrimination. And nearly half say they or a family member have been treated unfairly by the courts.

Authorities search for inmate who escaped from Lancaster prison


Jason Kohr was discovered missing on Saturday night during a routine head-count at the minimum security facility.

Police shoot, wound man with knife in Hemet


Officers were responding to a domestic disturbance call and say the man came at them with a knife.

Annabella Sciorra says Harvey Weinstein raped her


Sciorra and fellow actress Darryl Hannah are the latest in dozens of women who have spoken out against Weinstein.

'Stranger Things' actor denied US entry over drugs


Charlie Heaton was denied entry into the U.S. last week after trace amounts of cocaine were found in his luggage when he arrived in L.A.

LA police cadet files sex abuse claim against city


The scandal around the department's police cadet program continues. A 15-year-old former participant says officer Robert Cain abused her. He was arrested in June.

Highway Patrol officer charged with sharing child porn


Prosecutors say Tamayo shared child pornography with a social media app. They say he's also accused of having more than 600 illicit images on computers and cell phones.

Pomona police charged with beating teen, coverup


Prosecutors say officers punched a 16-year-old in the face and hit him with a baton then lied and said he had tried to hit them first.