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11:35 PM - Monday, May 04, 2015
5/3/2015 - Mediaite / Evan Mcmurry
On Meet the Press Sunday morning, Baltimore Mayor Stephanie Rawlings-Blake responded to a claim by one of the protest leaders that the violence earlier in the week helped compel charges against the officers involved in the death of Freddie Gray.
19 hour ago - The Guardian
Statement comes amid questions of impropriety about donations during Hillary Clinton’s time as secretary of state from Russian entities and other foreign donorsFormer president Bill Clinton has defended the Clinton foundation from accusations i . . .
7 hour ago - WSJ.com
Emergency-room visits are climbing, despite predictions the Affordable Care Act would lead to less traffic.
8 hour ago - NY Times
Efforts by Senator Dean G. Skelos to use what prosecutors said was his political influence to help his son could send both men to prison — and cost the Long Island Republican his leadership position and seat.
5 hour ago - WSJ.com
Florida Sen. Marco Rubio’s decision to run for president has put his Republican seat at risk, setting off a scramble in the GOP to recruit candidates and likely forcing it to pump millions into a costly race.
7 hour ago - WSJ.com
The Justice Department will start revealing more about the use of secret cellphone tracking devices and has launched a wide-ranging review into how law-enforcement agencies deploy the technology.
15 hour ago - POLITICO / Nick Gass
"Texas officials are actively investigating to determine the cause and scope of the senseless attack," Gov. Greg Abbott said.
11 hour ago - nationalreview.com / Ian Tuttle
On the homepage, the Editors note the tendency of media types, in the wake of last night’s attempted terrorist attack in Garland, Texas, to target the would-be victims of violence, rather than the perpetrators. Today’s must-see television is . . .
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