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WASHINGTON (Reuters) – The U.S. decision to expel 60 alleged spies is unlikely to cripple Russian spying in the United States because others have wormed and hacked their way into American companies, schools, and even the government, current and former U.S. officials said. FILE PHOTO: A sign at the gated entrance of the Consulate General
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SACRAMENTO, Calif. (Reuters) – California’s attorney general on Tuesday joined an investigation into this month’s killing of an unarmed black man standing in his grandparents’ backyard by Sacramento police, a death that sparked street protests. FILE PHOTO: Stephon Clark, 22, is visible on the ground after two police officers (L) shot him, in this still
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(Reuters) – Alabama has reached a settlement with an inmate suffering from terminal cancer and severely compromised veins who survived an execution attempt last month when a lethal injection had to be aborted, according to court documents. FILE PHOTO: Death row inmate Doyle Hamm appears in a booking photo provided by the Alabama Department of
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DETROIT (Reuters) – A former Michigan State University dean, who supervised the doctor at the center of the USA Gymnastics sex abuse scandal, was himself charged on Tuesday with criminal sexual conduct involving medical school students. A student at the College of Osteopathic Medicine accused William Strampel, 70, of forcible sexual contact, prosecutors said in
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DETROIT (Reuters) – Michigan prosecutors on Tuesday charged a former state university dean who supervised the doctor at the center of the USA Gymnastics sex abuse scandal with criminal sexual conduct and other crimes. In court papers filed in the state district court in East Lansing, prosecutors said a student at Michigan State University had
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(Reuters) – A question about citizenship status will be reinstated on the 2020 Census to help enforce the Voting Rights Act, federal officials said on Monday, amid concerns that the change will compromise the accuracy of the population count. U.S. Secretary of Commerce Wilbur Ross testifies to the House Appropriations Commerce, Justice, Science, and Related
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