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JD.com’s Liu is still under Minneapolis police’s investigation due to sex assault allegations

Minneapolis police said Friday they’re still investigating sexual assault allegations made against a Chinese billionaire arrested last weekend in Minneapolis. Liu Qiangdong, also known as Richard Liu, has returned to China since his arrest Friday night. He was released the following day without posting bail. The case has drawn international interest, but the Minneapolis Police Department…

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Trump’s State Of The Union Gets Brutal Review From New York Daily News

The New York Daily News’ review of President Donald Trump’s State of the Union address is in. And the president probably won’t enjoy his hometown newspaper’s take on Tuesday’s speech. For its Wednesday cover, the New York tabloid used the headline, “What A Load Of Clap,” with a photograph of Trump applauding his own address: Trump repeatedly clapped at his own comments…

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US shutdown: Senate in bid to end impasse

The US Senate is due back in session to try to end a budget impasse before the start of the working week when the shutdown of many federal services will be felt around the country. Hundreds of thousands of federal staff face the prospect of unpaid leave. On Saturday, recriminations flew around over the Senate’s…

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2 Las Vegas security guards fatally shot in hotel-casino

Two Las Vegas security guards were fatally shot Saturday while investigating a disturbance in a room at a hotel-casino and the suspected shooter is facing critical injuries after turning the gun on himself, police said. The gunman’s motive wasn’t known but investigators believe it was an isolated incident. “I want you to know right now…

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Trump-Russia: Flynn’s dealings were ‘lawful’

Donald Trump has responded to a guilty plea by his former national security adviser Michael Flynn, saying Mr Flynn’s actions as a member of his transition team “were lawful”. Mr Flynn has entered a plea deal and agreed to co-operate with an inquiry into alleged collusion with Russia. The deal, for a lesser charge than…

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