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Lawsuit Accusing Trump Of Inciting Rally Violence Gets Green Light From Judge

Lawsuit can proceed about rally violenceA Kentucky federal judge has ruled that a startling lawsuit accusing then-candidate Donald Trump of inciting violence at a campaign rally last year can proceed. The suit was brought forward by three protesters who say they were roughed up by three Trump supporters that the newly-elected president had provoked. The Trump supporters are also being sued.

Trump told the audience at a Louisville rally in March 2016 to “get ‘em out of here,” referring to the protesters — two women and a teenage boy — who were at the Kentucky International Convention Center. The confrontation that followed was caught on video footage that went viral.


EPA chief says Paris climate agreement 'bad deal' for U.S.

EPA disses Paris climate pactThe United States should continue to be "engaged" in international climate change discussions but the Paris climate change agreement is a "bad deal" for the country, the head of the Environmental Protection Agency said Sunday.

EPA Administrator Scott Pruitt did not confirm whether the United States would remain in the global climate change pact, under which nearly all countries agreed in 2015 to halt or curb their greenhouse gas emissions, even as the world's biggest emitter China reaffirmed its commitment to the agreement.


Acclaimed Russian poet Yevgeny Yevtushenko dies at 84

Yevtushenko, Russian poet, diesAcclaimed poet Yevgeny Yevtushenko, whose work chronicled anti-Semitism in the Soviet Union, died Saturday of heart failure, his wife said. He was 84.

The youngest of the Soviet-era writers who came to prominence under communist rule, Yevtushenko's work denounced Russian dictator Joseph Stalin and shined a spotlight on the plight of Jews and other minorities under his rule.


Fox News' Bill O'Reilly in harassment allegations

Bill O'ReillyThe host of Fox News' most popular show has said his position makes him "vulnerable to lawsuits" after it emerged at least five women have accused him of harassment.

Bill O'Reilly released the statement after the New York Times reported he and his employer had paid the women a total of $13m (£10.3m).

In return, they paper says, they did not take their cases to court.

21st Century Fox says Mr O'Reilly, 67, denies wrongdoing.


Bannon earned more than half a million dollars from entities tied to GOP donors

Bannon earned more than half a million from donorsSteve Bannon, a top adviser to President Donald Trump, earned more than half a million dollars last year from entities linked to a pair of major conservative donors, according to documents released by the White House detailing the personal finances of its officials.

Bannon reported an ownership stake of $1 million or more in a data-crunching firm that worked for Sen. Ted Cruz (R-Texas) during the presidential race. He also took in $191,000 in consulting fees in 2016 as executive chairman of the conservative media website Breitbart News, which sided with Trump during the Republican primary.


Flynn did not disclose income from Russian companies: White House

Mike Flynn did not disclose Russia incomeMichael Flynn, President Donald Trump's former national security adviser, failed to disclose payments from a Russian television network and a second firm linked to Russia in a February financial disclosure form, according to documents released by the White House on Saturday.

In a financial disclosure form signed by Flynn on March 31, the former White House official listed speaking engagements to Russian entities, including the Kremlin-funded RT TV and Volga-Dnepr Airlines.


Colombia landslide kills 112, scores injured

Colombia landslde kills 112A landslide in Colombia's southwestern border province of Putumayo sent mud and debris crashing onto houses overnight, killing 112 people and injuring at least 120, officials said on Saturday.

Heavy rains caused several rivers to overflow, pushing sediment and rocks onto buildings and roads in the provincial capital of Mocoa and immobilizing cars in several feet of mud.


Peru's illegal gold mines are devastating the Amazon rain forest

Peru's gold mines killing rain forestThe roads cutting through the Amazon rain forest are lined with signs encouraging people to protect Peru's natural resources and take care of the environment, but people aren’t sure why the government posts them anymore.

Many rivers in Peru run orange with pollution from illegal gold mining, and trees were cut away to make room for sifting towers and excavators.


White House stacked with millionaires, financial disclosures reveal

Millionare White HouseA month after his Election Day victory, then-President-Elect Donald Trump boasted that he wanted "people that made a fortune" to join his fledgling administration.

Financial disclosures from dozens of top White House officials released Friday night reveal an administration stacked with millionaires, whose combined net worth exceeds $12 billion.

The filings shed new light on the business webs and conflicts held by some of Trump's most prominent aides and advisers when they began entered government.


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