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Gloria Allred claims to have new evidence against Jeffrey Epstein

awyer Gloria Allred said Monday that she’s been hired by women who claim they were sexually assaulted by Jeffrey Epstein — and hinted they may have evidence against some of his powerful former pals.

“I can’t disclose any information about what my clients allege, either about the defendant or about any other potential witnesses or persons who might have been or will be involved in this matter,” Allred said outside Manhattan federal court.

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DOJ declines to prosecute James Comey on IG referral for leaking classified information

The Justice Department declined to prosecute former FBI Director James Comey following a criminal referral from the agency’s independent watchdog, which concluded that Comey had leaked classified information and showed a lack of candor with investigators.

Inspector General Michael Horowitz reached out to prosecutors about one of the memos Comey leaked to a friend, which detailed a conversation he had with President Trump, after he was fired by President Trump in May 2017.

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AOC says ‘Palestinians’ have no choice but to riot…and Americans should do the same

Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez said Tuesday that groups like the Palestinians have no other option than to “riot” because they are “marginalized” by Israel — and suggested that the poor in the U.S. could do the same.

The firebrand freshman Democrat said she believes that “injustice is a threat to the safety of all people,” during a discussion on the “Ebro in the Morning” radio show.

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Texts reveal UK played key role in early stages of FBI’s Russia conspiracy coup

Senior intelligence officials in the United States and the United Kingdom had text conversations about ‘our strange situation’ as the FBI launched its investigation into whether Donald Trump’s presidential campaign was colluding with Russia.

Text messages between then-FBI deputy director Andrew McCabe and his counterpart in Britain’s MI5, Jeremy Fleming, were brought to light by the Guardian on Tuesday.

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Arizona sheriff says his county pays for cartel traffickers’ hospital bills

“Let’s say I arrest a guy who had a backpack of marijuana, but then he’s sick because of this 70-mile trek across the desert – if I have to take him to the hospital while he’s in my custody, my county pays for that. If Americans just knew about the toll that it took financially on the taxpayer, they would lose their minds, they would be climbing from the rooftops for Congress to do something and declare the cartels terrorists. And it is such a burden on us.”

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Kobach: It’s time to fully deploy rapid DNA testing at the border

There’s no downside to expanding the rapid-DNA program to every sector of the southern border. The only issue is cost; but with tests costing less than $100 each, it’s a bargain. If the illegal aliens stay in the country, they’re going to cost American taxpayers a lot more. An illegal-alien-headed household consumes, on average, $14,400 more in public benefits per year than it contributes in taxes.

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Florida’s $6 million man: Broward County School Superintendent Robert Runcie

Our auditors at OpenTheBooks.com estimate that Runcie will earn approximately $6.1 million from his hire date in October 2011 through the 2022/23 school year. This year alone, taxpayers will fund $564,266 in salary, perquisites, and pension/retirement benefits – not including travel costs.

Just three-months before the tragedy, Runcie received a six-year contract extension worth an estimated $3.5 million in cash and benefits. It was an estimated $1 million increase over his previous six-year pay package.

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Judicial tyranny: Federal judge upholds New Jersey limit on gun ammunition

A federal judge on Monday upheld New Jersey’s law that lowers the number of bullets a gun can hold, dismissing a lawsuit filed by a gun rights group. New Jersey passed a law last year that made it unlawful to possess firearm magazines holding more than 10 rounds of ammunition, with some exceptions. The state has said that’s enough for self-defense and that anything more could prove dangerous to bystanders. A 15-round limit had been in place since 1990.

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