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Safari West, African nature preserve threatened by California wildfires, weathers the disasterout of the fire’s impending path. “It was literally, run for your life,” Mr. H
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out of the fire’s impending path. “It was literally, run for your life,” Mr. Hornbostel said in a phone interview with The Washington Times. To take care of the animals, the preserve’s founder and owner, Peter Lang, stayed behind, using a garden... Read more
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Zero Hedge
Papers Filed To Disbar James Comey Following "False Testimony To Congress"Rock, Arkansas to New York, has now set his sights on a new target: Former FBI
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Rock, Arkansas to New York, has now set his sights on a new target: Former FBI Director James Comey. According to the Washington Times, Clevenger filed a bar grievance in New York this week accusing Comey of lying to Congress and destroying... Read more
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Shannon Kepler, ex-Oklahoma police officer, convicted in 4th murder trialhad deadlocked 11-1, 10-2 and 6-6, forcing the judge to declare mistrials. Alth
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had deadlocked 11-1, 10-2 and 6-6, forcing the judge to declare mistrials. Although they couldn’t agree on the murder charge, jurors in the first trial convicted Kepler of recklessly using his firearm. Copyright © 2017 The Washington Tim... Read more
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Radee Prince, shooting suspect, captured by police; they say he targeted 6 people he knewdeclined to offer any further details. Associated Press writers Denise Lavoie
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declined to offer any further details. Associated Press writers Denise Lavoie in Richmond, Virginia; Brian Witte in Annapolis, Maryland; and Matthew Barakat in McLean, Virginia; contributed to this report. Copyright © 2017 The Washington Times, L... Read more
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Spain calls Cabinet meeting after Catalan leader’s threatbanned secession referendum gave the region’s separatist government a mandate t
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banned secession referendum gave the region’s separatist government a mandate to declare independence from Spain. Ciaran Giles reported from Madrid. Frank Griffiths contributed to this report from London. Copyright © 2017 The Washington Times,... Read more
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As U.S. warns of Cuba attacks, tourists ask: Were we hit, too?all of you to do so sooner than later,” he wrote. AP Medical Writer Lauran Nee
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all of you to do so sooner than later,” he wrote. AP Medical Writer Lauran Neergaard and news researcher Monika Mathur contributed to this report along with Matthew Lee and Bradley Klapper in Washington. Copyright © 2017 The Washington Times,... Read more
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Country stars honor shooting victims at CMT Artists showa nightmare that nobody should have to face. Jason has responded with dignity,
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a nightmare that nobody should have to face. Jason has responded with dignity, care, respect and, some ways, defiance. And we all proud of him, especially me.” Follow Kristin Hall at Twitter.com/kmhall Copyright © 2017 The Washington Time... Read more
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Bradley Beal, John Wall help Wizards get off to a winning startneed to make it a habit. That wouldn’t be pretty and it wouldn’t end well. —
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need to make it a habit. That wouldn’t be pretty and it wouldn’t end well. — Brooklyn-born and Howard-educated, Deron Snyder writes his award-winning column for The Washington Times on Tuesdays and Thursdays. Follow him on Twitter @Dero... Read more
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Colin Hay tour comes to D.C.’s Lincoln Theatrethe last [third] of your life no matter which was you look at it, so it just co
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the last [third] of your life no matter which was you look at it, so it just comes out in the songs,” Mr. Hay, 64, told The Washington Times. “Your life ends at some point, and people don’t really talk about that very much.” Indeed, “Fierce Mercy”... Read more
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Vladimir Putin’s rage triggered by President Obama’s diplomatic movesin the U.S. political process, suggests the fallout was greater than anyone cou
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in the U.S. political process, suggests the fallout was greater than anyone could have predicted. In interviews The Washington Times has conducted with several foreign diplomats and more than a dozen current and former high-level U.S.... Read more
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John Wall scores 28 points, Wizards hold on to beat 76ers in openerplaying just 7:04 and did not return. The 76ers host the Boston Celtics on Fri
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playing just 7:04 and did not return. The 76ers host the Boston Celtics on Friday in their home opener. The Wizards host the Detroit Pistons on Friday before beginning a four-game Western Conference trip. Copyright © 2017 The Washington Times, L... Read more
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Rape accusations must be taken seriously but examined carefullyhandling of complaints is fair and accurate.” To reprise and revise a current s
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handling of complaints is fair and accurate.” To reprise and revise a current slogan from the street, “Young men’s lives matter, too.” Young men’s lives matter, too Suzanne Fields is a columnist for The Washington Times and is nationally syndicat... Read more
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Obamacare subsidies are problematicof Obamacare — there isn’t. The problem with Obamacare subsidies Andrew P. Na
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of Obamacare — there isn’t. The problem with Obamacare subsidies Andrew P. Napolitano, a former judge of the Superior Court of New Jersey, is a regular contributor to The Washington Times. He is the author of nine books on the U.S. Consti... Read more
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William A. Hazel: Addiction itself should be focus, not opioidsit’s too narrowly cast as opioids, we’re missing a lot of the picture,” Health
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it’s too narrowly cast as opioids, we’re missing a lot of the picture,” Health Secretary William A. Hazel told The Washington Times. “Our problem is one of addiction.” This week, President Trump suggested to reporters that he could be... Read more
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Trump aides entangled in Russia election quagmire fighting backassociates without fearing any consequences,” Mr. Gordon, a retired Navy comman
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associates without fearing any consequences,” Mr. Gordon, a retired Navy commander and former Pentagon spokesman, told The Washington Times. “It’s time we prove them wrong. After all, isn’t America a nation of laws?” He has notified the office of... Read more
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Gold medal winning gymnast Tatiana Gutsu adds voice to #MeToo campaign |old. Gutsu (pictured above in 1992) alleges that Vitaliy Sherbo raped her in 1
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old. Gutsu (pictured above in 1992) alleges that Vitaliy Sherbo raped her in 1991 during a competition in Stuttgart, the Washington Times reports. In Gutsu's post, she described Sherbo as a "monster who kept me in my own prison to be afraid for... Read more
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Greg Pence, Mike Pence’s brother, launches run for Indiana U.S. House seatenough to our state’s economy, wait until you see what a second can do,” Indian
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enough to our state’s economy, wait until you see what a second can do,” Indiana Democratic Party Chairman John Zody said. “Voters must hope that he doesn’t represent a second helping of that harm.” Copyright © 2017 The Washington... Read more
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Sixers excitement has gone nationalstarts now. Like everyone else, the Wizards took notice of all of the big move
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starts now. Like everyone else, the Wizards took notice of all of the big moves during the off-season. Todd Dybas of the Washington Times writes that the Wizards don’t think any of them affect their objectives. Obviously, the Los Angeles Dodgers... Read more
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Judge: Voters can register until 30 days before fed electionJudge Timothy Batten in May ordered the registration deadline extended to 30 da
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Judge Timothy Batten in May ordered the registration deadline extended to 30 days before the June runoff election. The consent decree filed Tuesday applies that to all federal elections and runoffs. Copyright © 2017 The Washington... Read more
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Joe Theismann on Gordon Hayward’s injury: ‘It sickens me’through the experience that I had, then I don’t mind at all.” For more NFL cov
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through the experience that I had, then I don’t mind at all.” For more NFL coverage: http://www.pro32.ap.org and http://www.twitter.com/AP_NFL For more NBA coverage: https://apnews.com/tag/NBAbasketball Copyright © 2017 The Washington Times,... Read more
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Sean Urbanski, Maryland man, indicted for hate crime in UMD student’s slayingfaces up to life without parole, plus 20 years for the charge of a hate crime r
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faces up to life without parole, plus 20 years for the charge of a hate crime resulting in death, Alsobrooks said. William Brennan, Urbanski’s attorney, did not immediately return a call seeking comment. Copyright © 2017 The Washington Times,... Read more
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One and done is almost donelooking at. It’s clear a change will come.” The coming change will be welcomed
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looking at. It’s clear a change will come.” The coming change will be welcomed. — Brooklyn-born and Howard-educated, Deron Snyder writes his award-winning column for The Washington Times on Tuesdays and Thursdays. Follow him on Twitter @DeronSnyd... Read more
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Gymnast McKayla Maroney alleges sexual abuse by team doctorwho lives in California and officially retired in 2015, encouraged others to sp
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who lives in California and officially retired in 2015, encouraged others to speak out. “Our silence has given the wrong people power for too long,” she wrote, “and it’s time to take our power back.” Copyright © 2017 The Washington Ti... Read more
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3 killed, 2 wounded at Maryland office park shootingsaid Dave Fitz, a spokesman for the Baltimore FBI field office. Nearby schools
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said Dave Fitz, a spokesman for the Baltimore FBI field office. Nearby schools have been locked down as a precaution. The business park is just south of the Interstate 95 interchange with Route 24. Copyright © 2017 The Washington T... Read more
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Maryland sheriff says 3 people killed after shooting at business park, 2 woundedscene of a shooting at an office park. The Harford County Sheriff Office’s twe
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scene of a shooting at an office park. The Harford County Sheriff Office’s tweets that multiple injuries are reported at the Emmorton Business Park in Edgewood. No other details were immediately released. Copyright © 2017 The Washington Times, L... Read more
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Frederica Wilson: Donald Trump tells widow that fallen soldier knew what he signed up forbeen mailed. His aides said they had been awaiting information before proceedin
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been mailed. His aides said they had been awaiting information before proceeding. Democrat Congresswoman totally fabricated what I said to the wife of a soldier who died in action (and I have proof). Sad! Copyright © 2017 The Washington Times,... Read more
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Donald Trump and the new politics of honoring war deadNorth Carolina, Kristen de Groot in Philadelphia, Jennifer McDermott in Provide
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North Carolina, Kristen de Groot in Philadelphia, Jennifer McDermott in Providence, Rhode Island, Michelle Price in Salt Lake City, and Hope Yen and Robert Burns in Washington contributed to this report. Copyright © 2017 The Washington Times... Read more
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‘Spaceballs’ sequel possibility a ‘ticking clock,’ says star Bill PullmanPullman, who played the Han Solo/Luke Skywalker mashup character Lone Star in “
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Pullman, who played the Han Solo/Luke Skywalker mashup character Lone Star in “Spaceballs,” laughed when asked by The Washington Times if that sequel would finally get off the launchpad. “It’s the ticking clock of all time, isn’t it?” Mr.... Read more
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‘Karate Kid’ revival ‘Cobra Kai’ discussed by former co-stars Elisabeth Shue, Tamlyn Tomitaheart in the original 1984 film as the Valley Girl Ali Mills — who also happene
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heart in the original 1984 film as the Valley Girl Ali Mills — who also happened to be Johnny’s ex. When asked by The Washington Times if “Ali with an I” would be back for “Cobra Kai,” Miss Shue would only chuckle. “I don’t know. I don’t... Read more
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Iran nuclear deal can be amended by Trumpdoesn’t happen. But, as I’m not the first to point out, hope is not a strategy.
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doesn’t happen. But, as I’m not the first to point out, hope is not a strategy. In this case, it’s more like slow-motion surrender. Clifford D. May is president of the Foundation for Defense of Democracies and a columnist for The Washington... Read more
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Ezekiel Elliott granted reprieve by judge, cleared for 49ersfrom the team’s facility Tuesday as players returned from their off week. The N
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from the team’s facility Tuesday as players returned from their off week. The NFL placed him on the suspended list Friday, a day after the ruling from the 5th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals in New Orleans. Copyright © 2017 The Washington Times,... Read more
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New York Times editor admits paper is very, very (very) biasedyou’re looking for facts, it’s time to look elsewhere. • Joseph Curl has cover
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you’re looking for facts, it’s time to look elsewhere. • Joseph Curl has covered politics for 25 years, including 12 years as White House correspondent at The Washington Times. He can be reached at josephcurl@gmail.com and on Twitter at @josephc... Read more
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Sharafat Ali Khan sentenced in ‘terrorism’ illegal immigrant smuggling plotlist, with family ties to the Taliban, and had been implicated in a plot to con
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list, with family ties to the Taliban, and had been implicated in a plot to conduct an attack in the U.S. or Canada, The Washington Times has learned. Judge Reggie B. Walton didn’t mention that specific incident at Tuesday’s sentencing, but said... Read more
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‘The Good Doctor’ actress Tamlyn Tomita discusses her lucky break in ‘The Karate Kid’“I did not want to become an actor; I had no [such] dreams,” Miss Tomita told T
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“I did not want to become an actor; I had no [such] dreams,” Miss Tomita told The Washington Times recently. “It really sounds very Pollyanna-ish, but I really did not know anything” about the business,” she said, but “I found myself cast in ‘The... Read more
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NFL players, owners hold ‘constructive’ talks on social issuesthe owners are meeting. The protesters shouted at him about white supremacy whi
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the owners are meeting. The protesters shouted at him about white supremacy while Jones was surrounded by bodyguards. Jones stopped to listen but said nothing, and the protesters were peacefully led away. Copyright © 2017 The Washington Times,... Read more
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The Hill
Trump's Iranian nuclear deal speech ricochets across the Middle Eastapplying for membership in this exclusive club is present-day Turkey. On Oct. 1
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applying for membership in this exclusive club is present-day Turkey. On Oct. 16, Daniel Pipes penned a piece for The Washington Times, “Saving NATO from Turkey.” He states, “Member states (of NATO) must break with Erdogan’s Islamic... Read more
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Rick Scott, Florida governor, declares state of emergency over Richard Spencer eventthe event, but I simply don’t know. … There’s no good reason why the speech sho
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the event, but I simply don’t know. … There’s no good reason why the speech shouldn’t take place.” Mr. Spencer told The Washington Times his talk will address “why racial identity is necessary … and why it’s the ultimate outcome of the... Read more
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325-pound woman charged with killing girl by sitting on her$75,000 and James Smith’s bond at $50,000. Escambia County jail records didn’t
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$75,000 and James Smith’s bond at $50,000. Escambia County jail records didn’t list an attorney for Posey or the Smiths. Information from: Pensacola (Fla.) News Journal, http://www.pensacolanewsjournal.com Copyright © 2017 The Washington Times, L... Read more
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Donald Trump issues warning to John McCain after senator’s tough speech on ‘spurious nationalism’and Trump have long been at odds. During the campaign, Trump suggested McCain w
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and Trump have long been at odds. During the campaign, Trump suggested McCain was not a war hero because he was captured in Vietnam. AP Congressional Correspondent Erica Werner contributed to this report. Copyright © 2017 The Washington Times,... Read more
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Syrian commander says Syria’s Raqqa is free from ISISin June and has dragged for weeks as the SDF fighters faced stiff resistance fr
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in June and has dragged for weeks as the SDF fighters faced stiff resistance from the militants. In the campaign, the city suffered major devastation, leaving most of its buildings leveled and in ruins. Copyright © 2017 The Washington Times... Read more
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Benjamin Netanyahu says Israel won’t tolerate Iran presence in SyriaHezbollah group. It is also concerned arch-enemy Iran will plant itself on Isra
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Hezbollah group. It is also concerned arch-enemy Iran will plant itself on Israel’s doorstep. Israel and Russia have established a special mechanism to prevent friction between their air forces in Syria. Copyright © 2017 The Washington Times,... Read more
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Mari Jasmine’s Comments Section Is Filled With Book Suggestions For Long Flightsmissing sister. It’s a journey of discovering what happened when her sister dis
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missing sister. It’s a journey of discovering what happened when her sister disappeared over 20 years ago. According to The Washington Times, this book succeeds in keeping the tensions high. We’re sure you won’t be able to put the book down until... Read more
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F-18 military jet crashes outside of Madrid, killing pilotwas the second air force accident in less than a week. Last Thursday, a Eurofig
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was the second air force accident in less than a week. Last Thursday, a Eurofighter pilot died while maneuvering to land at a base in southeastern Spain after taking part in a military parade in Madrid. Copyright © 2017 The Washington Time... Read more
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Darwin Martinez-Torres case: Rape allegation makes Muslim teen’s death a capital casedefender appointed to represent Martinez-Torres, Dawn Butorac, did not return a
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defender appointed to represent Martinez-Torres, Dawn Butorac, did not return a call Monday seeking comment. Associated Press writer Juliet Linderman in Greenbelt, Maryland, contributed to this report. Copyright © 2017 The Washington Time... Read more
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Michelle Yeoh: Harvey Weinstein a ‘bully,’ ‘not always honorable’him of abuse. Weinstein has also been fired by his movie company and been expel
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him of abuse. Weinstein has also been fired by his movie company and been expelled from prestigious Hollywood groups, including the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences - the home of the Oscars. Copyright © 2017 The Washington Tim... Read more
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Ophelia batters U.K. after pummeling Ireland, leaves 3 deadIreland were closed for a second day as authorities assessed the damage from th
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Ireland were closed for a second day as authorities assessed the damage from the worst storm to hit Ireland in decades. Irish authorities said it could take several days to restore power to 330,000 homes. Copyright © 2017 The Washington Times,... Read more
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Me Too: Alyssa Milano elevates Harvey Weinstein conversationthe opportunity to come forward without having to go into detail about their st
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the opportunity to come forward without having to go into detail about their stories if they don’t want to,” she said. “To see the numbers go up minute by minute, I get tears in my eyes thinking about it.” Copyright © 2017 The Washington Times,... Read more
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Bowe Bergdahl’s guilty pleas leave room for drama at sentencingagainst Bergdahl, a ruling in February found that the new president’s comments
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against Bergdahl, a ruling in February found that the new president’s comments were “disturbing and disappointing” but did not constitute unlawful influence by the soon-to-be commander in chief. Copyright © 2017 The Washing... Read more
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Lonzo Ball, Jayson Tatum, Markelle Fultz eager to put potential of heralded rookie class on displaycould be the third teenager to win the award - potentially joining LeBron James
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could be the third teenager to win the award - potentially joining LeBron James and Kevin Durant. Kyrie Irving and Andrew Wiggins were 19 in their ROY seasons, but turned 20 before those campaigns ended. Copyright © 2017 The Washington Times... Read more
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TRAVEL: Wyoming, Montana wonders Devils Tower, Little Bighorn bear history of U.S., American Indiansalive for posterity. It is necessary, indeed, to keep these places both wild a
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alive for posterity. It is necessary, indeed, to keep these places both wild and wonderful. And to remember. For as William Faulkner once said, “The past isn’t dead. It isn’t even past.” Eric Althoff is Travel Editor for The Washing... Read more
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