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Editorial in 3 Alabama newspapers blasts Moore as 'unfit for public office'

3 Editorials in Alabama say Moore is unfit to serve

An editorial published by three of Alabama’s largest newspapers on Monday called Republican Senate candidate Roy Moore “grossly unfit for office” in the wake of allegations that he initiated sexual encounters with girls as young as 14 when he was in his 30s.

“Roy Moore simply cannot be a U.S. Senator. Even if his party and many of its adherents still think it possible, it is unthinkable — for his state, and his country,” wrote the AL.com editorial board, which feeds newspapers in Birmingham, Mobile and Huntsville. "Proof beyond a reasonable doubt is a consideration for the courtroom, not the ballot box. When choosing our representative before the rest of the world, character matters.”

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New accuser steps forward in Roy Moore case

New accuser comes out against Roy MooreA new accuser of Republican senate candidate Roy Moore has stepped forward on Monday with allegations that Moore assaulted her when she was a minor in Alabama.

Famed women's rights attorney Gloria Allred held a press conference in New York City with the woman to announce the accusations, who "wishes to state what she alleges Roy Moore did to her without her consent" according to a press release from Allred.

Moore has since condemned allegations, first reported in the Washington Post, that he assaulted a 14-year-old girl when he was 32 years old as "fake news."

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Vietnamese musician and activist evicted after Trump protest

Anti trump protester evicted after holding 'Piss on Trump' sign

A Vietnamese musician and activist is being evicted from her home after protesting against the US president’s visit to Hanoi by holding a sign saying “Piss on you Trump”.

Mai Khoi and her Australian husband Benjamin Swanston were told to leave their apartment in the Vietnamese capital in the early hours of Sunday morning after she staged a demonstration along a route travelled by the US president’s motorcade a few hours earlier.

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Everyone Knew Roy Moore Dated High School Girls, Says Former Colleague

Roy Moore

A former prosecutor who worked in Alabama with GOP Senate nominee Roy Moore in the early 1980s told CNN on Saturday that it was “common knowledge” that Moore dated teenagers — and people thought it was “weird.”

“It was common knowledge that Roy dated high school girls. Everyone we knew thought it was weird,” former Etowah County deputy district attorney Teresa Jones told CNN national correspondent Alexander Marquardt. “We wondered why someone his age would hang out at high school football games and the mall. But you really wouldn’t say anything to someone like that.”

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Ex-intelligence chiefs: President Trump is being 'played' by Russian President Putin

Trump being played by PutinPresident Trump is being “played” by Russian President Vladimir Putin, two former intelligence chiefs said on Sunday, responding to Trump’s statement that Putin “means it” when he denies the Kremlin meddled in the 2016 presidential election.

In a joint appearance on CNN's State of the Union, James Clapper, the ex-director of national intelligence, and John Brennan, the former CIA director, both slammed Trump’s remarks as naïve and dangerous.

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State Department to offer early retirement buyouts: report

Tillerson offers buyouts to eviscerat the State Department

The State Department is reportedly prepared to extend buyouts of $25,000 to diplomats and other employees who want to retire early.

The New York Times on Saturday reported that the State Department will give the buyouts to the first 641 personnel who say they will depart by the month of April.

The proposed buyouts would be on a voluntary basis, the report notes, and come as Secretary of State Rex Tillerson seeks to slash the number of State Department personnel by 8 percent.

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For almost 200 Inauguration Day protesters, legal battle is only beginning

200 inugural protesters still face trial

On Inauguration Day in Washington, anarchists and activists tore through the streets for 16 blocks, tossing bricks at police officers, setting trash cans and a limousine on fire and smashing windows, all in opposition to the new commander in chief.

Six officers had to be hospitalized and more than $100,000 in damage was done, resulting in 234 people being arrested or charged with a crime —  among them an oncologist nurse, a UPS driver and a full-time nanny.

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