White House: It's 'Highly Inappropriate' For Journalists To Criticize A General
WASHINGTON ? White House press secretary Sarah Huckabee Sanders told reporters Friday that it would be ?highly inappropriate? for them to question chief of staff John Kelly because he served in the military as a general.
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Alabama inmate defiant before his execution for killing cop
ATMORE, Ala. (AP) ? The convicted killer of a police officer used his final moments before being put to death to curse at the state of Alabama, raising his middle fingers in defiance at the start of a lethal injection his lawyers described as inhumanely painful.
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Bernie Sanders Cancels Appearance At Women's Convention To Go To Puerto Rico
Joe Arpaio Is Still Guilty Despite Presidential Pardon, Judge Says
A judge rebuffed former Maricopa County Sheriff Joe Arpaio?s request to expunge his criminal conviction for unlawfully detaining individuals based on suspicions of their legal status after President Donald Trump pardoned him in August.