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Saudi Arabia tortured activists including women, rights groups claim
(CNN) Saudi Arabia has tortured, sexually harassed and mistreated several human rights activists detained since May this year, including women, two leading international rights groups have alleged. Activists were repeatedly tortured by electrocution ...
Trump's manic statement letting Saudi Arabia off the hook for Khashoggi reveals a dark US secretBusiness Insider
Stephen Colbert Slams Trump's Support of Saudi ArabiaNew York Times
Congress vows to impose sanctions, as Trump gives Saudi crown prince a passWashington Examiner
Washington Post -Arab News
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John Dean: Trump Is Worse than Nixon—'This Is the...Stuff of a Banana Republic'
Former White House counsel John Dean—one of the central figures in the Watergate scandal of the 1970s—implied that President Donald Trump's behavior in the White House was more extreme than that of disgraced former President Richard Nixon. “If I had ...
Trump Wanted to Order Justice Dept. to Prosecute Comey and ClintonNew York Times
Nixon would have told Trump charging enemies was going too far – John DeanThe Guardian
Trump raised prosecuting Clinton with top White House, Justice officialsCNN

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New York Times

Interpol Rejects Russian as President, Electing South Korean Instead
New York Times
BRUSSELS — Interpol elected a South Korean police veteran as its next president on Wednesday, in the face of pressure from Western diplomats who said choosing the Russian candidate who had been considered the front-runner could jeopardize the ...
Russia loses to South Korea's Kim Jong-yang in bid to lead global police body InterpolUSA TODAY
The Kremlin's Interpol Power PlayWall Street Journal
'Brazen Interference': Russian Officials React to Election of Interpol's PresidentThe Moscow Times

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Isolated tribespeople believed to have killed US missionary who trespassed on remote island
New Delhi (CNN) An American Christian missionary is thought to have been killed by tribespeople from one of the world's most isolated communities on a remote island hundreds of miles off the coast of India, according to officials. The 27-year-old ...
Death of US Tourist by Sentinelese Tribe Underlines the Urgent Need to Save Andaman Groups from ExtinctionNews18
American killed on Andaman island home to uncontacted people, body yet to be recoveredIndia Today

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New York Times

One Dead After Cars on Brooklyn Bridge Burst Into Flames
New York Times
One person was killed when two cars on the Brooklyn Bridge erupted into flames after a crash on Wednesday morning, forcing the authorities to shut down both sides of the bridge during the morning commute, fire officials said. The vehicles were ...

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Washington Post

Whitaker earned nearly $1M from right-leaning nonprofit
Washington Post
WASHINGTON — Before joining the Justice Department, Acting Attorney General Matthew Whitaker earned nearly $1 million from a right-leaning nonprofit that doesn't disclose its donors, according to financial disclosure forms released Tuesday.
Whitaker disclosures reveal more than $900000 in payments from conservative groupCNN
Matthew Whitaker Earned Over $900000 Running Conservative NonprofitWall Street Journal
The legal challenges piling up against acting Attorney General Matthew Whitaker could mean problems for special ...CNBC
NPR -DocumentCloud
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Fast Company

Facebook has found its fall guy for its Definers scandal
Fast Company
And that fall guy just happens to be someone who is already leaving the company. Elliot Schrage, Facebook's outgoing head of communications and public policy, has stepped forward to take the blame for the Definers scandal–the last scandal Facebook ...
With Sandberg Under Fire, Here's Who Could Step in To Clean Up FacebookTheStreet.com
Facebook's outgoing communications head reportedly takes the blame for hiring controversial PR firmCNBC
Facebook's outgoing head of public policy takes blame for Definers scandalThe Verge
New York Times -Wall Street Journal -CNN
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Why Nancy Pelosi makes a lot of sense as speaker
(CNN) A group of House Democrats are trying to stop Nancy Pelosi from becoming speaker next Congress. It's not clear at this point whether they'll be successful. They claim that it's time for new leadership, after Democrats won a majority on a message ...
Nancy Pelosi is the best person to lead the House Democrats. That's why she should retire.Washington Post
How Big A Difference Does The House Speaker Really Make?FiveThirtyEight
Potential Rival to Pelosi for Speaker Decides Not to RunWall Street Journal

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The Boston Globe

Get ready for bitter cold and possible snow squalls
The Boston Globe
Watch out for patches of black ice on the way to work Wednesday morning, and be prepared for a sudden snow squall when you're on your way home. The National Weather Service said an arctic cold front could bring a few snow squalls our way between 3 ...
Snow squalls before potential record cold on ThanksgivingAlbany Times Union
Bitterly cold wind chill expected in Massachusetts Wednesday into Thanksgiving morningMassLive.com

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Detroit Free Press

Judge dismisses female genital mutilation charges in historic case
Detroit Free Press
In a major blow to the federal government, a judge in Detroit has declared America's female genital mutilation law unconstitutional, thereby dismissing the key charges against two Michigan doctors and six others accused of subjecting at least nine ...
Judge voids US female genital mutilation lawReuters

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