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Conor McGregor Under Investigation Over Sexual Assault Accusation in Ireland

NY Times - 19 min 3 sec ago
The U.F.C. star was arrested and released without charges as the investigation continued.

Alanis Morissette is pregnant

CNN - 22 min 52 sec ago
You oughta know that Alanis Morissette is expecting again.

The Patriot’s Guide to Election Fraud

NY Times - 37 min 29 sec ago
Dan McCready was a starry-eyed novice. Then his House race in North Carolina was stolen.

Jussie Smollett’s Charges Are Dropped, Angering Mayor and Police

NY Times - 42 min 23 sec ago
Rahm Emanuel reacted to Cook County prosecutors’ decision to drop all charges against the “Empire” actor accused of staging an attack on himself.

Lawsuit: 10-year-old was drugged, sexually assaulted in US custody

CNN - 47 min 29 sec ago
A Guatemalan father is suing two nonprofits that house migrant children for the US government, alleging his 10-year-old son was forced to take psychotropic drugs and sexually assaulted while in custody.

The plane, part of the Boeing fleet grounded after two deadly crashes, was on its way to temporary storage when it reported an issue with one of the engines

CNN - 47 min 49 sec ago
A Boeing 737 Max aircraft declared an emergency landing Tuesday in Florida after experiencing a reported engine problem, the Federal Aviation Administration said.

Jussie Smollett, Measles, Conor McGregor: Your Tuesday Evening Briefing

NY Times - 49 min 6 sec ago
Here’s what you need to know at the end of the day.

Trump again swipes at Puerto Rico in closed door lunch with Republicans

CNN - 53 min 7 sec ago
President Donald Trump, in a closed door meeting Tuesday with Senate Republicans, again took a swipe at Puerto Rico's fiscal management and the size of its disaster relief in the wake of damaging storms last week -- and he brought a visual aid to try and back up his point, according to senators in the room.

After Boeing Crashes, Sharp Questions About Industry Regulating Itself

NY Times - 53 min 47 sec ago
Long before the grounding of the 737 Max, the F.A.A. faced scrutiny over its longtime practice of giving manufacturers the authority to help certify their own planes.
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