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Obama Announced 330 More Commutations, for Nonviolent Drug Offenders

Obama announced 330 more commutations, for nonviolent drug offenders, bringing his total number of clemencies to 1,715. He has granted commutations to more people than the past 12 presidents combined, including 568 inmates with life sentences. He has granted 212 pardons. His final group of clemencies was the most Obama granted in a day and the most granted on one day in U.S. history.
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Donald Trump May Violate Constitution the Second He’s Sworn In

Donald Trump May Violate Constitution the Second He’s Sworn In. President-elect Donald Trump may be handing over the reins of his global real estate empire to his sons Donald Trump Jr. and Eric Trump and to a longtime business executive, but he still risks violating the U.S. Constitution, some experts have warned.

Sheri Dillon, a partner at Morgan, Lewis & Bockius, the law firm she said Donald Trump Sr. directed “to design a structure for his business empire,” told reporters Wednesday that the financial trust Trump signed would “completely isolate [Trump] from the management of the company.”

“The Constitution does not require President-elect Trump to do anything here, but just like with conflicts of interest, he wants to do more than what the Constitution requires,” she said. “He is going to voluntarily donate all profits from foreign government payments made to his hotels to the United States Treasury. This way it is the American people who will profit.”
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Panic Seizes New Jersey Mall After Shooting Scare

Panic Seizes New Jersey Mall After Shooting Scare. Chaos reigned at a mall in Elizabeth, New Jersey on Monday after a large fight broke out and somebody shouted that shots had been fired. Though there wasn’t actually any gunfire — what onlookers thought was a gunshot was actually the sound of somebody throwing a chair — the The Mills at Jersey Gardens quickly descended into pandemonium, with hundreds of holiday shoppers running for safety.
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George Michael Dies of Suspected Heart Failure, Manager Tells PA

Singer George Michael, who sold more than 100 million albums over a pop music career spanning almost four decades, has died at the age of 53, his publicist said Sunday.

Michael died at his home in Goring, England. His publicist, Cindi Berger, said he had not been ill. Michael’s manager, Michael Lippman, says the cause of death was heart failure. His family issued a statement through Thames Valley Police saying that he “passed away peacefully at home over the Christmas period.
“The family would ask that their privacy be respected at this difficult and emotional time. There will be no further comment at this stage.”
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Woman Who Live Streamed Boyfriend’s Shooting in Minnesota Speaks Out

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Diamond Reynolds, the woman who live streamed boyfriend’s shooting in Minnesota speaks out.

“I thank the world for supporting me, I just ask that we get justice.” These are the words that came out of a very disappointed and hurt woman. Why is she so distraught? Well, she’s fed up that the police aren’t doing their job. Instead some cops take it upon themselves to kill innocent people.
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Brock Turner Sexual Attack Is not the First To Occur at Stanford University

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We all know Brock Turner, ex Stanford University student is no angel. After all he was convicted in March for intent to commit rape of intoxicated/unconscious person. Although prosecutors pushed for six years sentence, recently the judge only gave him six months in jail and three months of probation.

As as result, people are outraged!

But let’s look further into what’s been happening at Stanford University the past few years. And if we can somehow tie this light sentence to Stanford University. The Daily Beast reports, The elite college Stanford University reported 26 rapes on campus in 2012, 2013, and 2014, according to data from the U.S. Department of Education, or about one sexual assault every 14 days. Now these are some outrageous numbers.
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FBI Recommends No Criminal Charges Against Hillary Clinton

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For the people who plan on voting for Clinton, you’ll be happy to hear FBI recommends no criminal charges against Hillary Clinton.

US Attorney General Loretta Lynch says the investigation into Hillary Clinton’s use of a private email server has been closed. “Late this afternoon, I met with FBI Director James Comey and career prosecutors and agents who conducted the investigation of secretary Hilary Clinton’s use of a personal email system during her as Secretary of State,” Lynch said in a statement issued by the Department of Justice this afternoon. “I received and accepted their unanimous recommendation that the thorough, year-long investigation be closed and that no charges be brought against any individuals within the scope of the investigation.” Lynch said last week she would defer to the FBI in the email inquiry, following a controversial airport meeting with former President Bill Clinton.

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3 Year Old Dies A Day After His Twin Brother Drowns

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A second 3 year old South Carolina boy has died Sunday one day after his twin brother, Caleb, drowned in backyard pool in Northern Andersen County.

The boys and their family were attending a gathering on Saturday and a group of children went outside to play after lunch.  At some point the 3 year old boys got into a locked pool possibly climbing over and under the fence.

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