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Money laundering charges shake up The Epoch Times management : NPR

A 2013 file photo of an Epoch Times newspaper box in New York City. The outlet was founded by adherents…

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What Farage poll boost means for the election

For the first time, a single opinion poll shaped a day on the campaign trail. A poll from YouGov suggested…

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Labour candidate Rosie Duffield cancels hustings following abuse

Labour candidate Rosie Duffield has announced she has withdrawn from hustings events as she does not feel safe. Ms Duffield,…

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The Stanford Internet Observatory’s future is uncertain : NPR

Alex Stamos, the former director of the Stanford Internet Observatory, during congressional testimony in 2014. The research team Stamos led…

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How the bump stock ban could affect machine guns in the U.S. : NPR

In this Oct. 4, 2017 file photo, a device called a “bump stock” is attached to a semi-automatic rifle at…

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No magic wand for growing the economy, says Starmer

Keir Starmer says he’s ‘prepared to make enemies’ to grow economy Sir Keir Starmer has said he’s prepared to make…

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Justice Department won’t pursue contempt charges against Garland : NPR

The Justice Department said it will not pursue a criminal cases against U.S. Attorney General Merrick Garland. Chip Somodevilla/Getty Images…

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Douglas Ross cleared of travel expenses misuse by watchdog

Scottish Conservative leader Douglas Ross has been cleared of any wrongdoing regarding claims he misused his travel expenses. The Independent…

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Labour raises £350k more than Tories in first campaign week

The Labour Party raised £351,990 more in donations than the Conservatives in the first week of the general election campaign,…

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Supreme Court strikes down Trump-era federal ban on bump stocks : NPR

The U.S. Supreme Court struck down a Trump-era ban on “bump stocks,” simple devices that can allow automatic fire from…

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