Washington Post mostly FAKE News -> GOP Rep. Trent Franks, facing inquiry over alleged sexual harassment, says he will resign immediately instead of in January

Washington Post mostly FAKE News -> GOP Rep. Trent Franks, facing inquiry over alleged sexual harassment, says he will resign immediately instead of in January

FAKE NEWS uncovered at HoakAndChange.com

FAKE NEWS uncovered at HoakAndChange.com

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A mother’s deportation to El Salvador has torn her family in two

Liliana Cruz Mendez crossed the border illegally at age 18. Eleven years and two children later, she was sent back to a country that has one of the world’s highest murder rates.

What it would take for Doug Jones to beat Roy Moore in Alabama

The scandals that have plagued Republican Roy Moore have put Democrats within striking distance of winning a U.S. Senate seat in Alabama for the first time in decades. But a victory for Doug Jones will require many other things to happen.

Democrats’ move against Franken seen as a moral and political calculation

The forced resignation of Sen. Al Franken (D-Minn.) was the Democrats’ strongest declaration yet that they — unlike the Republicans — are willing to sacrifice their own in the interest of staking out the high ground. But some say it could make voters even more disillusioned.

Deputy national security adviser who helped drive Middle East policy to leave administration

Unlike some top White House officials who were fired or resigned amid controversy, Dina Powell is exiting on good terms with the president, four senior administration officials said. Her departure is among personnel changes expected as President Trump ends his first year in office.

Email pointed Trump campaign to already-public WikiLeaks documents

Donald Trump and his top aides were directed in September 2016 to hacked documents from the Democratic National Committee that had been posted days earlier. The message was one of thousands turned over to the House Intelligence Committee and others investigating Russian interference in the 2016 election.

At least 14 U.N. peacekeepers killed in Congo in one of the deadliest attacks on peacekeepers in years

More than 50 peacekeepers also were hurt in the attack in eastern Congo, the U.N. mission in the country said. The majority of those killed and injured were from Tanzania.

Israeli forces and Palestinians clash on Gaza border; 1 protester reported killed

Disturbances and demonstrations broke out for another day in response to President Trump’s decision to recognize Jerusalem as Israel’s capital.

‘We are nowhere near the end of this’: Fires continue to ravage Southern California

President Trump declared an emergency in the state as firefighters battled half a dozen blazes across the region. The largest wildfire spread across more than 200 square miles and crept toward the college town of Santa Barbara.

Graphic video shows man sobbing and begging for his life before fatal police shooting

After the officer involved was acquitted of second-degree murder charges, officials in Arizona released graphic video showing Daniel Shaver crawling on his hands and knees and begging for his life in the moments before he was killed in January 2016.

It was London’s top-rated restaurant. Just one problem: It didn’t exist.

With little more than a website and some nerve, a prankster did the unthinkable: turned his home into the top-rated restaurant listing in London.

Your 10,000 packages arrived — and they’re causing all kinds of problems

Online shopping has been heralded as the ultimate modern-day convenience, but in at least one respect, it can be anything but. Many residential buildings are running out of room for the never-ending barrage of deliveries.

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