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'He led from his soul': Barack Obama, Bill and Hillary Clinton remember Elijah Cummings in Baltimore

'He led from his soul': Barack Obama, Bill and Hillary Clinton remember Elijah Cummings in BaltimoreFormer presidents and world leaders delivered powerful eulogies at the funeral for Rep. Elijah Cummings, D-Md., who died on Oct. 17 at age 68.



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PHOTOS: Wildfire rages in Northern California

PHOTOS: Wildfire rages in Northern CaliforniaA Northern California wildfire exploded in size early Thursday as dangerously windy weather prompted the state's largest utility to impose electrical blackouts in an effort to prevent fire catastrophes.



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N. Korea wants discussions on removing S. Korean facilities

N. Korea wants discussions on removing S. Korean facilitiesNorth Korea formally proposed discussions over the possible demolition of South Korean-made hotels and other tourist facilities at the North's Diamond Mountain resort that leader Kim Jong Un called "shabby" and "unpleasant-looking," officials in Seoul said. Pyongyang has been frustrated over the South's refusal to defy U.S.-led international sanctions and resume South Korean tours at the site. Lee Sang-min, spokesman of Seoul's Unification Ministry, said North Korea sent letters Friday addressed to South Korea's government and the Hyundai business group demanding that the South Koreans come to Diamond Mountain at an agreed-upon date to clear out their facilities.



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Flynn?s Lawyer Claims FBI Tampered with Interview Notes, Demands Charges Be Dropped

Flynn?s Lawyer Claims FBI Tampered with Interview Notes, Demands Charges Be DroppedFormer national-security adviser Michael Flynn's lawyer claims in a new bombshell court filing that the FBI tampered with notes from his 2017 interview, during which Flynn pleaded guilty to lying.In a 37-page motion, attorney Sidney Powell called on the court to?dismiss the entire prosecution for outrageous government misconduct? over allegations that FBI agents manipulated a form summarizing Flynn's statements to investigators.The interview dealt with Flynn's contacts with Russian Ambassador Sergey Kislyak. In December 2017, Flynn pleaded guilty to charges that he lied to the FBI about his Russia contacts during his brief stint as national-security adviser. He is expected to be sentenced in December.?Those changes added an unequivocal statement that ?Flynn stated he did not? ? in response to whether Mr. Flynn had asked Kislyak to vote in a certain manner or slow down the UN vote [on sanctions],? Powell wrote. ?This is a deceptive manipulation because, as the notes of the agents show, Mr. Flynn was not even sure he had spoken to Russia/Kislyak on the issue. He had talked to dozens of countries.??That question and answer does not appear in the notes, yet it was made into a criminal offense,? Powell wrote in the motion. ?The draft also shows that the agents moved a sentence to make it seem to be an answer to a question it was not.?One of the FBI agents involved in the interview was Peter Strzok, who was fired from Special Counsel Robert Mueller's investigative team when text messages disparaging President Trump were discovered between him and FBI colleague Lisa Page, with whom he was having an affair.FBI brass sent Strzok and another agent to conduct an "ambush-interview" of Flynn explicitly to trap him into making statements they could claim were false, Flynn's defense team alleged."This amounts to conduct so shocking to the conscience and so inimical to our system of justice that it requires the dismissal of the charges for outrageous government conduct," Powell said.Flynn's defense team has also accused prosecutors of withholding classified information and other evidence favorable to Flynn.?The government continues to hide evidence of the original 302 [the interview notes], other exculpatory texts, and other forms of information completely,? Powell wrote.



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Germany 'heading for epidemic' as virus spreads faster outside China
Germany said on Wednesday that it was heading for a coronavirus epidemic and could no long...
 
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