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Maryland's Attorney General Investigating Real Estate Practices Of The Family Run Real Estate Empire Of President Trump's Son In Law, Jared Kushner

October 31, 2017

By Alec MacGillis
ProPublica


(WASHINGTON, D.C.) -- The office of the Maryland attorney general is investigating the management practices at the many large apartment complexes in the state that are owned and overseen by Kushner Companies, the family company of President Donald Trump’s son-in-law and top adviser, Jared Kushner.


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Plotting The Biggest Heist
In American History
It's a three way robbery using
the magician's favorite tool


October 30, 2017

Opinion by Robert Reich

(BERKELEY, CA.) -- You know the plot: The bank robbers set off a bomb down the street from the bank, and while everyone’s distracted they get away with the loot.


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FEMA Had a Plan for Responding to a Hurricane in Puerto Rico
But It Doesn’t Want You to See It


October 29, 2017

By Justin Elliott and Decca Muldowney
ProPublica


(WASHINGTON,D.C.) -- The Federal Emergency Management Agency, citing unspecified “potentially sensitive information,” is declining to release a document it drafted several years ago that details how it would respond to a major hurricane in Puerto Rico.


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Why Congressional Republicans Are Employing Secrecy, Speed & No
Public Hearings
To formulate a gift to the wealthy
called "tax reform"


October 28, 2017

By Robert Reich

(BERKELEY, CA.) -- The largest corporations and richest people in America – who donated billions of dollars to Republican candidates for the House and Senate in the 2106 election – appear on the way to getting what they paid for: a giant tax cut.

The New York Times reports that business groups are meeting frequently with key Republicans in order to shape the tax bill, whose details remain secret.


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Suspects In Yakima County
Shooting Arrested
Two men had opened fire
on a state trooper


October 27, 2017

(YAKIMA, WA.) -- For a law officer, attempting a "routine" traffic stop of a speeder can turn deadly in a heartbeat.

Things change rapidly. Guns can be produced quickly and when bullets start flying, they come fast and furious with bad intentions on the tip of each one


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