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Friday, May 18, 2018
Paul Manafort's former son-in-law cuts plea deal, reports say
Reports: Paul Manafort's former son-in-law cuts plea deal, will cooperate with feds
Paul Manafort's former son-in-law has cut a plea deal with the Justice Department, according to media reports. The deal, according to Reuters, requires Jeffrey Yohai, Manfort's former business partner and son-in-law, to cooperate with other
Trump didn't know the difference between HPV and HIV, Bill Gates says
Gates said when he met with Trump the newly elected president told him he was exploring forming a commission to look into "ill effects of vaccines."
Buck Showalter starts pitching change before Red Sox finish home run trot
As the Orioles tied a franchise record with their 13th consecutive loss on the road, their manager showed his impatience after a Red Sox home run.
Prince Charles to walk Meghan Markle down the aisle at her wedding to Prince Harry
It came after the bride-to-be confirmed her father, Thomas, will not attend the wedding at Windsor Castle due to illness.
Former Russian spy Sergei Skripal discharged from hospital after poisoning
Britain blames Russia for the poisoning but the Kremlin denies any responsibility.
Trump talks prison reform, 'Deadpool 2,' Ford resumes F-150 production: 5 things you need to know Friday
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In the second Gilded Age, the mansions get bigger, and the homeless get closer
The capital of America’s second Gilded Age is Los Angeles, where homes worth tens of millions of dollars look out over a city in which the middle class struggles to afford shelter and the number of homeless increases daily.
French government says it foiled terror attack; 2 brothers held
Authorities said they were tracking extremist activity online and identified two men “preparing to commit an attack with explosives or ricin.”
Boss, 56, has sex with drunk teenage employee, gets 6 years in prison
Printing company co-owner Harold Percy plied the girl, 15, with liquor, then engaged in sex acts
Millions flow to fast-growing lobbying firms with ties to the Trump administration
Michael Cohen is under fire for making millions from companies. Lobbyists with ties to Trump's administration rake in big sums.
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A woman casts her vote at a polling station in Ciri, Burundi, on May 17, 2018 during a referendum on constitutional reforms that, if passed, will shore up the power of the incumbent President and enable him to rule until 2034. For many critics, the r
Earth just had its 400th straight warmer-than-average month thanks to global warming
Aaron Schlossberg's law firm gets pummeled with 1-star Yelp reviews after racist rant
Student, teacher dead after school bus-dump truck crash Mount Olive, New Jersey
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