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First transgender lady to run for Senate announces House bid

A transgender Utah lady who done headlines after rising an catastrophic Senate campaign last year is now looking to try her fitness in the House. Misty Snow announced in a extensive matter early Thursday that she intends to run for the Beehive State’s second congressional district in next year’s midterm …

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Ex-Brooklyn pol surrenders in Medicaid, painkiller scam

Ex-state Assemblyman Alec Brook-Krasny incited himself in on Thursday after being related to a massive Medicaid and painkiller scam. Brook-Krasny, who used to represent Coney Island, pleaded not guilty to conspiracy, health caring fraud, and shaping to deceive at his prosecution in Manhattan Supreme Court. His bail was set at …

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British spies reportedly warned U.S. of Trump-Russia couple in 2015

British spies warned U.S. comprehension officials of probable links between President Trump’s campaign and Russian officials in 2015, according to a report Thursday. Britain’s Government Communications Headquarters beheld questionable interactions between Trump associates and famous or suspected Russian agents in late 2015, according to The Guardian. The information was picked …

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Cocaine Cowboy arrested in Orlando after 26 years on the run

A member of the barbarous “Cocaine Cowboys,” which ran drugs into Florida during the 1980s, has been arrested after using from police for 26 years. Gustavo Falcon was grabbed on Wednesday night and booked in Orlando County jail. Authorities pronounced the 55-year-old — whose hermit Augusto (Willie) Falcon got 20 …

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Syracuse man drives over tiny trees, causes $25G in damage

SYRACUSE — Authorities contend a 30-year-old man has been charged with using his automobile to drive over dozens of tiny trees in 3 Syracuse parks and a cemetery, causing thousands of dollars in damage. David S. Thomas was accused of doing over $25,000 in repairs to the city of Syracuse …

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