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Peru’s congress launches process for president’s ouster


LIMA, Peru /December 15, 2017 (AP)(STL.NEWS) — Lawmakers in Peru launched proceedings Friday to oust President Pedro Pablo Kuczynski, who refuses to resign after being accused of failing to disclose decade-old payments from a Brazilian The post Peru s congress launches process for president s ouster appeared first on STL.News.
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Net Neutrality

On December 14, 2017 the FCC voted against net neutrality. This act was put in place in order to stop network providers such as Verizon. At&t, and comcast from slowing down or speeding up internet speeds on competitors websites. 279 more words

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The Seven Words You Can’t Say at the CDC

You remember George Carlin’s routine about the seven words you can’t say on TV, right?

Well, you may not yet have heard that the Trump administration is forbidding officials at the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) in Atlanta from using a list of seven words or phrases in any official documents being prepared for next year’s budget. 117 more words

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A Trent Franks story and a powerful video

Definitely watch the video. I don’t believe Trent’s denial for one second. Melissa Richmond writes:

I’ve always been proud of the ways I’m independent. So when a middle-aged man stopped me in a parking garage and asked me to jump-start his car several years ago, I was happy to help.

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The week in health care, explained

(Source: www.vox.com)

This is the web version of VoxCare, a daily newsletter from Vox on the latest twists and turns in America’s health care debate. 1,027 more words

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DOJ Quickly Backpedaling To Avoid Coming Storm

http://www.businessinsider.com/doj-says-early-release-of-fbi-agents-texts-was-not-authorized-2017-12

DOJ now says early release of FBI agents’ private texts to reporters was ‘not authorized’ by the department

Rod Rosenstein, the deputy attorney general, in Washington on Wednesday testifying to the House Judiciary Committee hearing on oversight of the Justice Department.  654 more words

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