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Rudy Giuliani - US News Today

“It may become necessary, whether they go ahead with the hearings or not, whether other issues are raised by different people — there’s probably a point at which we’ll use it. Right now we think the public debate is playing out about as well as it can,” Giuliani said Trump’s legal team was weighing whether it would release a detailed written rebuttal to the Mueller report.Here's The Full Story…

Lesley McSpadden the Mother of Michael Brown - USA News Headline

“I congratulate Fran on her victory. I feel proud of the positive race we ran, and I loved talking to the Ferguson community,” Lesley McSpadden said late Tuesday night in an emailed statement. “Tomorrow, the work continues and I intend to be a part of it no matter my position. I’m not going anywhere.”Here's The Full Story…

Beto O'Rourke - US News Today Headline

“We have learned not to fear our differences, but to respect and embrace them,” he told a crowd that waved small American flags and black-and-white signs reading “Viva Beto” while often interrupting their candidate to chant his first name. O’Rourke also spoke at length in his native Spanish, eliciting loud and sustained cheers.Here's The Full Story…

“The one side that’s happy is happy. And the other side that’s not happy wants to do some more investigation or do something else,” said Stephen Turner, an electrical engineer from Belmont, North Carolina, who is Republican and voted for Trump. “I wish it’d just go away.”Here's The Full Story…

Slavery, Colonialism

Talk of repaying African-Americans has been around since the Civil War era, when centuries of slavery officially ended. Some experts have calculated the worth of black labour during slavery as anywhere from billions to trillions of dollars. Adding in exploitative low-income work post-slavery pushes those figures even higher. Read more.Here's The Full Story…

Elizabeth Warren - USA Politics News Today

“This is the race I want to run,” Elizabeth Warren declares. With the 69-year-old Democrat in the middle of the pack in early polling, her Boston-based senior advisers are implementing an aggressive — if risky — strategy that calls on Warren to forgo traditional high-dollar fundraising events and devote the saved time to interactions with rank-and-file voters. Read more.Here's The Full Story…