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April 20, 2019

Mexican Soldiers Question, Disarm Two U.S. Army Troops in Apparent Confusion About Border Location, Incident Documents Reveal

Two U.S. Army soldiers sat in an unmarked Chevrolet Tahoe owned by U.S. Customs and Border Protection on the west side of an El Paso County, Texas, Colonia known as Las Pampas.
April 20, 2019

2 pedestrians hit by dump truck in Gloucester

A man sustained life-threatening injuries when he and a woman were hit by a dump truck in Gloucester Friday morning.
April 20, 2019

Sen. Elizabeth Warren Calls for House to Impeach President Donald Trump; Will Other Candidates Follow?

Senator and 2020 presidential candidate Elizabeth Warren called on her fellow lawmakers in the House of Representatives to start impeachment proceedings against President Donald Trump, following the recent release of Special Counsel Robert Mueller's full report on his investigation into Russian election interference and allegations of obstruction of justice by the president. 
April 20, 2019

College Graduate Hiring Rates, Salaries Expected to Increase however so Is Loan Debt

Employers intend to hire almost 11 percent more college graduates from the class of 2019 than they did from the class of 2018, according to a survey released last week by the National Association of Colleges and Employers. 
April 20, 2019

Robert Mueller Laid Roadmap for Potential Indictment Against Trump When He Leaves Office: Ex-Watergate Prosecutor

The long-awaited report from Robert Mueller on Thursday stated that, despite numerous failed attempts by Trump to thwart the investigation into Russian election interference, the special counsel would not conclude whether the president committed obstruction of justice.
April 20, 2019

Man calls Conn. Stop & Shop, threatens to shoot picketing staff with AK-47, police say

Someone called a Connecticut Stop & Shop Thursday evening and threatened to shoot the picketing workers outside the store who were participating in the ongoing strike, according to police .
April 20, 2019

Beverly man who despatched white-powder letters to Trump household to serve probation

A man who pleaded guilty to sending letters containing white powder to President Donald Trump’s family will serve five years of probation, according to federal officials .
April 20, 2019

Hyde Park girl now charged in Mount Hope Cemetery vandalism

Update: Deborah Gideon was ordered Friday to undergo a 20-day mental health evaluation, according to the Suffolk County District Attorney’s Office. She now faces eight additional counts of vandalizing a memorial stemming from damage to some memorials at Mount Hope Cemetery in Mattapan last month. She’s set to return to court on May 8 and bail discussions are slated for then.
April 20, 2019

Fox & Friends Hosts Celebrate 'No Collusion, No Obstruction,' Despite Mueller Report Not Exonerating Trump

Fox & Friends cheered "no collusion, no obstruction" on Friday, depicting the conclusions of special counsel Robert Mueller's investigation as a victory for President Donald Trump. The report did not explicitly clear the president of obstruction.
April 20, 2019

Here's How Democrats Plan to Turn the Mueller Report Into a 2020 Presidential Win

After a 22 month investigation, special counsel Robert Mueller's redacted report was made public Thursday, and both Democrats and Republicans are playing it off as a win for their side. Republicans say that it completely exonerates President Donald Trump and while Democrats say there is still much investigating to be done.