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NBC reveals it sat on discrediting info about Kavanaugh ‘witness’

As the US Justice Department prepares to investigate media-hound attorney Michael Avenatti and Kavanaugh “victim” Julie Swetnick for making false accusations, NBC admitted they knew Swetnick’s story was falling apart weeks ago. More than three weeks after an NBC interview where Kavanaugh accuser #3 Julie Swetnick contradicted the sworn affidavit she gave Avenatti, the network is publishing text and phone ...

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Blackface only for liberals? NBC cancels Megyn Kelly’s show amid uproar about double standards

NBC’s ‘Today’ show with Megyn Kelly is on the way out, making her departure from the network official. But the reason for her exit – comments she made about ‘blackface’ costumes – has come under scrutiny. Read more NBC has said it is canceling ‘Megyn Kelly Today’ and will replace her show with ‘Today’ anchors. The ‘Today’ show – which Kelly co-hosts ...

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‘Has the eagle eaten all the olives?’ Putin jokes with Bolton about US belligerence

Meeting with US national security adviser John Bolton in Moscow, Russian President Vladimir Putin made a comment about Washington’s hostility that went right over the hawkish diplomat’s head. “As far as I remember, the US coat of arms features a bald eagle that holds 13 arrows in one talon and an olive branch in another, which is a symbol of ...

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Americans should be ‘scared’ about end of INF, Carter Page tells RT

The ‘Russiagate’ hysteria that originated with the Democrat-funded Steele Dossier has damaged relations between Washington and Moscow to the point of ending the INF Treaty, former Trump adviser Carter Page has told RT. Ending the Intermediate Nuclear Forces in Europe (INF) treaty is something Americans should be “scared about,” Page told RT America’s Scottie Nell Hughes in an exclusive interview ...

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‘We seek justice!’ Erdogan vows to reveal ‘naked truth’ about Khashoggi, discusses case with Trump

In a phone call with President Donald Trump, the Turkish leader emphasized the need to disclose all circumstances of journalist Jamal Khashoggi’s death. Earlier Recep Tayyip Erdogan promised to make an “important statement” soon. “We seek justice and this will be revealed in all its naked truth, not through some ordinary steps but in all its naked truth. This is ...

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Germany can't sell arms to Saudi Arabia amid unanswered questions about Khashoggi's death – Merkel

The sale of arms to Saudi Arabia by Germany cannot take place under the current circumstances, German Chancellor Angela Merkel has announced, referencing the death of journalist Jamal Khashoggi. Merkel’s statement comes just hours after Germany, the UK, and France issued a joint statement in which they said there is an “urgent need for clarification of exactly what happened” to ...

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‘Spooky’ cop who warned suspects about ‘trigger happy’ habits is fired (VIDEO)

A Connecticut police officer who warned suspected trespassers not to run because he felt “trigger happy” has been fired from the force after video footage revealed him saying that he gets paid overtime if he shoots someone. Hartford police officer Stephen Barone was involved in what appeared to be a routine incident last August in which he stopped a group ...

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Kerch carnage: What we know so far about attack on Crimean college

An assailant, armed with a gun and a homemade bomb, burst into a technical college in Crimea, killing at least 18, mostly underage students. In the aftermath of the attack, we sum up what is known so far. How it unfolded The attack took place on Wednesday afternoon in the city of Kerch, the entry point for a new Crimean ...

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Russians like China, dislike US, split about EU – poll

The Russian people continue to view China mostly favorably, with 75 percent saying their attitude was good or mostly good, a fresh opinion poll showed. The US remains a disliked nation among Russians. The attitude of Russians towards the Asian powerhouse has improved since January, according to the poll taken by Levada-Center in September. Fifteen percent expressed a very positive ...

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Google CEO Sundar Pichai speaks publicly for the first time about its censored China search engine

Commenting publicly for the first time about Google’s censored search engine for China, CEO Sundar Pichai said onstage at the WIRED 25 summit in San Francisco that the company is taking “a longer-term view” about the country. Codenamed Project Dragonfly, the controversial development has been public knowledge since a report in August by the Intercept, generating significant backlash, with several ...

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