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Russian Lawyer At Trump Tower Meeting Charged In Connection To Money Laundering Case

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| Federal prosecutors in New York have charged Natalia Veselnitskaya with obstruction of justice. The indictment suggests she has close ties to the Russian government.

Old Florida Clemency System Was Unconstitutional, Racially Biased

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More than a million felons will be able to vote in Florida. Previously, the system lacked 'any constraints, guidelines, or standards' for restoring voting rights, a judge ruled last year.

Former Uber Driver Pleads Guilty To 2016 Killing Rampage In Michigan

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"I've wanted to do this for quite a while," Jason Dalton explained in court on Monday, putting an end to jury selection. He faces life without parole for killing six people between transporting fares.

Ginsburg Misses Supreme Court Arguments For First Time After Cancer Surgery

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The 85-year-old liberal justice underwent surgery for cancer last month and also recently broke several ribs after a fall.

3 killed, 4 injured in Torrance bowling alley shooting

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Witnesses say shots were fired after a fight broke out in Gable House Bowl late Friday night. Police have made no arrests or named any suspects so far.

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JonBenét Ramsey's Brother Settles Defamation Lawsuit With CBS

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Burke Ramsey reached a confidential settlement with network, the production company and several individuals behind a documentary series that claimed he killed his 6-year-old sister when he was 9.

Trump's Judicial Appointments Were Confirmed At Historic Pace In 2018

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The Trump administration has achieved remarkable success in confirming federal judges, while left-leaning groups are sounding alarms about diversity and other concerns.

Here's how LA's sheriff plans to deploy body cameras for a lot less money

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L.A. County Sheriff Alex Villanueva says he can outfit thousands of deputies for $13 million a year, compared with the $55 million annual price tag on a plan floated by former Sheriff Jim McDonnell.

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More Police Officers Died From Gunfire Than Traffic Incidents In 2018, Report Says

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"Firearms-related fatalities were the leading cause of officer deaths, with 52 officers shot and killed in 2018," the National Law Enforcement Officers Memorial Fund says.