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'March for Truth' protesters demand independent investigation into Trump's possible Russia ties

Several of the protesters held signs decrying Trump's recent move to withdraw the US from the Paris Climate Accord. "So we want to thank all those who support Agent Orange for coming to our rally today because we welcome all", she said in front of a crowd of onlookers.

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Prosecutors seek jail time for ex-Penn State president

According to The Associated Press , prosecutors in the case called Spanier "a failure as a leader when it mattered most". Spanier, who received a sentence of 4 to 12 months, plans to appeal. If he had ordered an investigation, it is "highly likely Spanier could have spared some if not all of the victims who were molested by Sandusky", Shapiro said.

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EU, China to reaffirm support for climate pact

He further said that that Russian Federation is yet to ratify the agreement and is waiting for the rules on resource allocation to be formed as part of the deal. Google's CEO, Sundar Pichai , and Apple CEO Tim Cook both Tweeted our their disappointment, while Facebook's Mark Zuckerberg called the exit "bad for the environment, bad for the economy, and [something that] puts our children's future at risk".

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Scott To Veto Ed Funding But Fate Of HB 7069 Still Unknown

The special session will focus on specific funding for public education, job growth and funding for the tourism department's Visit Florida - a source of contention in the past between the Governor and leaders of both chambers. But ongoing negotiations may be in play that could increase the $16 million that lawmakers agreed to provide to Enterprise Florida for daily operations.

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Kathy Griffin to address gruesome photo and 'bullying from Trump family'

He said: "Kathy and I are friends and we worked together before, so when we started doing this shoot, she said, "I'd love to do something political". Mr Trump had described Kelly after she moderated a presidential debate as having "blood coming out of her eyes, blood coming out of wherever".

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Evergreen State College closes due to 'direct threat'

Rashida Love, director of the First People's Multicultural Advising Services program, sent an email asking for some white students to volunteer not to be on campus for the event, to leave the college more open for students of color, said college spokesman Zach Powers.