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Amtrak derailment: Train crashes near Tacoma, Washington

AMTRAK train crashed after derailment

An Amtrak train derailed on Monday morning, blocking southbound lanes of a highway near Tacoma, Washington.

Washington State Department of Transportation tweeted a picture of the derailment at 7:45 a.m. PST, showing what appeared to be a car on its side over a highway lane.

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Putin-Trump call: leaders hail US-Russian efforts to foil Isis bomb plot

Trump calls PutinDonald Trump and Vladimir Putin spoke for the second time in four days on Sunday, the White House said, and agreed that a CIA tip which helped Russia prevent bombings in St Petersburg was “an example of the positive things that can occur when our countries work together”.

The two leaders’ first call this week was on Thursday, when Trump thanked Putin for his remarks “acknowledging America’s strong economic performance”, according to the White House. The two presidents also discussed ways to address North Korea’s nuclear and ballistic weapons program.

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Russians Tried to Recruit Black Students to Bash Hillary Clinton

Russians tried to recruit black studentsYou may recall those wannabe YouTube stars Williams and Kalvin Johnson, two black bloggers who went after Hillary Clinton with a vengeance last year, claiming to offer “a word of truth” to black audiences in the United States.

They called her, among other things, an “old racist bitch,” and a “witch,” and “sick in the head.”As for Donald Trump, the Johnsons proclaimed they would vote for him “because any businessman cannot be a racist because when you are a racist, then your business is going down.”

Where did these words of “truth” really come from?

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Ferocious California wildfire grows more erratic, dangerous as winds pick up

Thomas fire in California grows more erratic

The ferocious Thomas Fire raging in Southern California has become the second-largest blaze in state history.

It is now just 5,700 acres shy of the massive Cedar Fire, which killed 15 people and burned just over 273,000 acres in San Diego in 2003.

Continued high winds forecast to last through Sunday afternoon will keep fire fighters working throughout the night, said Jude Olivas, a public information officer for the Thomas fire incident command.

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Hundreds get sick on Royal Caribbean cruise — again

Hundreds take ill on Royal Caribbean cruise line

More than 300 passengers became ill on a Royal Caribbean cruise out of Florida last week, the second time in less than a month that sickness swept through passengers and crew on one of the cruise line's ships.

Royal Caribbean said 332 cases of gastrointestinal illness were reported on the Independence of the Seas before it returned Saturday to Port Everglades, Fla., after a five-night cruise.

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2 couples tie the knot in Australia's 1st same-sex weddings

Australia allows same sex marriageTwo female couples tied the knot in Australia's first same-sex weddings under new legislation allowing gay marriages.

Jan. 9 had been expected to be the first possible date for same-sex weddings due to a four-week waiting period since the landmark law was passed. But the two couples were married in Sydney and Melbourne on Saturday after being granted permission to waive the notice period.

Lauren Price, 31, and Amy Laker, 29, exchanged vows in Sydney because their families had to travel from Wales in the U.K. to attend what was to have been their commitment ceremony.

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Justice Department watchdog not consulted before FBI texts released

Rod RosensteinThe Justice Department's inspector general's office said it wasn't consulted before the agency released text messages sent between two FBI agents to the media.

Justice Department Inspector General Michael Horowitz had discovered FBI agent Peter Strzok and FBI lawyer Lisa Page had exchanged texts critical of Donald Trump and favorable of his presidential campaign opponent Hillary Clinton. Strzok and Page are no longer part of Special Counsel Robert Mueller's team investigating Russia's interference in the 2016 election.

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Mueller 'obtained thousands' of Trump transition emails

Kory LanghoferA lawyer with US President Donald Trump's transition team has accused the special counsel that is probing alleged Russian meddling in the 2016 presidential election of illegally obtaining "tens of thousands" of emails during its investigation.

Kory Langhofer, counsel for Trump for America, Inc (TFA), submitted a letter to the primary Senate and House oversight committees on Thursday, outlining how "career staff at the General Services Administration (GSA) ... unlawfully produced TFA's private materials, including privileged communications, to the special counsel's office".

The GSA is responsible for managing and supporting federal agencies.

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Anita Hill Tapped To Cure Hollywood’s Epidemic Of Sexual Misconduct With New Commission

Anita Hill

Attorney and Brandeis University professor Anita Hill has been picked to lead a new commission tasked with addressing rampant sexual misconduct in the entertainment industry, trade publications reported Friday.

Lucasfilm President Kathleen Kennedy and other top film executives elected Hill to guide the newly established Hollywood Commission for Eliminating Sexual Harassment and Advancing Equality in the Workplace.

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