Rachel Maddow Defends Niger Theory After Experts Call It†'Conspiracymongering'
Rachel Maddow on Friday doubled down on her controversial reporting on the†deadly Niger ambush on U.S. troops,†in which she linked President Donald Trump?s travel ban with the deaths of four soldiers.
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Costumed pooches prance In annual Halloween Dog Parade in New York City
More than 500 animals wore costumes to what is known as one of the largest dog Halloween events in the United States.†The 27th annual Tompkins Square Halloween Dog Parade in New York City continued its reign as October?s cutest event, bringing together New York?s fluffiest pets and their ever-creative owners.†This year?s crop of dog models ? dressed in costumes that ranged from the President to the Devil to Kellyanne Conway ? put on a delightful show for spectators.
These Are The Three Richard Spencer Fans Arrested For Attempted Homicide In Gainesville
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German police arrest suspect after 8 hurt in Munich knife rampage
A knife-wielding man randomly attacked passersby in central Munich on Saturday, lightly injuring eight people, police said as they excluded terrorism as a motive after detaining the suspected perpetrator. The 33-year-old suspect already has a police record for theft and violence and appears to suffer from "psychiatric problems", Munich police chief Hubertus Andrae told a news conference. The man attacked people with his knife at random, causing light injuries to eight people: a 12-year-old boy, six men and one woman, said Andrae.
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Democrat who comforted soldier's widow accuses Trump's chief of staff of using racist term against her
The congresswoman who accused Donald Trump of offending the widow of a green beret killed in action says that the administration?s response to her claims included a ?lie? and a ?racist? insult. White House Chief of Staff John Kelly told reporters on Thursday that he was ?stunned? when he saw Rep. Frederica Wilson discussing the call between Mr Trump and Myeshia Johnson. Ms Wilson says she was in the car when the call took place, and that Mr Trump told Ms Johnson that her husband ?knew what he was getting into?.