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While Iran hasn’t focused on the writer in recent years, a decades-old fatwa demanding his killing still stands.
The "Stranger Things" star is enrolled at a large Midwestern university that counts Neil Armstrong among its alumni.
Harriet Hageman once opposed Trump’s nomination and backed Cheney’s congressional bid. Now she's handcuffed herself to Trump and is attacking Cheney for her role on the 1/6 panel.
Paul wants to protect the First Amendment rights of spies.
A British crime thriller and video game adaptation are also trending on the streaming service.
"The Department of Justice, when it comes to law enforcement, is independent," White House press secretary Karine Jean-Pierre said. "This is what we believe."
The Fox News host actually cited a president who resigned in disgrace to support Trump's questionable defense for keeping top secret documents at Mar-a-Lago.
Lawyers for the American basketball star said after Griner's conviction that the sentence was excessive.
Three people were hurt in a parking lot outside Six Flags Great America in Gurnee, Illinois when shots were fired from a vehicle,
Ohio Rep. Mike Turner also admitted: “No one is above the law. Donald Trump is not above the law.”
The R&B singer faces charges that he rigged his 2008 state child pornography trial.

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