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The New York Times is being sued for $10 million for reporting during the COVID-19 pandemic that students at Liberty University were victims after university officials decided to reopen campus after a break.

Paul Bedard's "Washington Secrets" column in the Washington Examiner reported that in a 100-page suit filed in Virginia’s Lynchburg Circuit Court, the university charged that New York Times reporter Elizabeth Williamson and photographer Julia Rendleman ignored "No Trespassing" signs to tour the campus when it was trying to keep away outsiders who might be infected with the coronavirus.

N.Y. Times sued for $10 million for making up COVID-19 story
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N.Y. Times sued for $10 million for making up COVID-19 story

The New York Times is being sued for $10 million for writing during the COVID-19 pandemic that students at Liberty University were victims after school officials decided to reopen campus after a break.
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Minnesota Attorney General Keith Ellison, a former member of Congress who was elected to the state's top law-enforcement office, is facing a demand from a lawyer in the George Floyd case that he be jailed.

Courthouse News explained it's because he's accused of violating a judge's gag order in the case.

Minnesota AG Keith Ellison facing demand he be jailed
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Minnesota AG Keith Ellison facing demand he be jailed

Minnesota Attorney General Keith Ellison, a former member of Congress who was elected to the state's top law enforcement office, is facing a demand from a lawyer in the George Floyd case that he be jailed.
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The case of a St. Louis couple who armed themselves to protect their home from Black Lives Matter protesters who broke their gate has attracted the attention of President Trump.

Trump has offered to do what he can to help, according to Missouri Gov. Mike Parson, Fox News reported.

Governor: Trump might intervene for couple who defended property
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Governor: Trump might intervene for couple who defended property

The situation involving a St. Louis couple who stood in front of their own home and held guns while Black Lives Matter protesters who apparently had broken down a gate to enter their neighborhood marched by has attracted the attention of President Tr
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Concerning justification, the scales of justice for Stone were far from level. He was immediately caught up in traversing a liberal minefield. The basis for the underlying investigation was a false narrative, emanating from the Steele Dossier – a document initiated at the request of Hillary Clinton to find dirt on Trump and later paid for by both her and the Democratic National Committee. The gist of the dossier was that Trump was colluding with Russia to steal the 2016 presidential election. A recent ruling in a British court involving a lawsuit against the Steele Dossier author affirms the report's ultimate client was Clinton's campaign.

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The stone-cold facts on Stone's commutation

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