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Ramsey Clark dies: Lyndon Johnson’s attorney general was 93

Ramsey Clark, the attorney general of the Johnson administration who became an outspoken activist for unpopular purposes and a fierce critic of American politics, has died. He was 93. Clark, whose father, Tom Clark, was attorney general and U.S. Supreme Court Justice, died Friday at his home in Manhattan, a family member, Sharon Welch, told the media, including the New …

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Trump curses out ‘Son of a B * tch’ McConnell at GOP Donor Event

During the weekend’s withdrawal from the Republican National Committee in Florida, attendees headed to Donald Trump’s private club Mar-a-Lago Saturday night to hear prepared remarks from the twice-accused former president about the future of his party. Predictably, Trump at times wildly rejected off-script from his predefined speech, the text of which was reviewed by The Daily Beast earlier in the …

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Iran’s nuclear plant in Natanz suffers from an electrical problem: state television

TEHRAN, Iran – Iran’s Natanz nuclear site suffered a problem on Sunday with its electric distribution network just hours after launching new advanced centrifuge enriched uranium, state television reported. It was the latest incident that hit one of Tehran’s most secure sites in the midst of negotiations over the divided nuclear deal with world powers. State TV quoted Behrouz Kamalvandi, …

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The electrical problem is hitting Iran’s nuclear facilities

TEHRAN, Iran (AP) – Iran’s nuclear plant in Natanz suffered a problem on Sunday with its electricity distribution network just hours after the launch of new advanced centrifuge enriched uranium, state television reported. It was the latest incident that hit one of Tehran’s safest places in the midst of negotiations over the divided nuclear deal with world powers. Power had …

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Ramsey Clark, American lawyer under Lyndon Johnson, died 93 years old

NEW YORK – Ramsey Clark, the attorney general of the Johnson administration, who became an outspoken activist for unpopular causes and a fierce critic of American politics, has died. He was 93. Clark, whose father, Tom Clark, was attorney general and U.S. Supreme Court Justice, died Friday at his home in Manhattan, a family member, Sharon Welch, told the media, …

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Boogaloo Extremist destroyed evidence in probe of murder of officer

Members of the “boogaloo” movement tried to hide evidence in a federal probe, officials said. A member of a group in California was arrested and charged with the murder of a federal officer. Four members of this group deleted messages referring to the events leading up to his arrest. See more stories on Insider’s business page. Members of the “Boogaloo” …

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Army officer sues Virginia police officers for allegedly using excessive force, threats during traffic jams

The trial of 2nd Lieutenant Caron Nazario, who is black and Latino, is seeking $ 1 million in damages and claims two Windsor, Virginia, police officers violated his guaranteed rights during the first and fourth amendments. CNN has unsuccessfully tried to reach officers, Joe Gutierrez and Daniel Crocker, for comment. It is unclear if they have legal representation that will …

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