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Man Purposefully Crashed Truck Into Famed Nevada Brothel

Man Purposefully Crashed Truck Into Famed Nevada Brothel

The impact of the truck crashing into the building scared them and sounded "like a bomb going off", Hof said, causing what he estimated at $400,000 damage. Hof employs more than 500 women across his seven bordellos in Nevada , where prostitution is legal in the state. Lyon County deputies quickly arrested a former employee of CT Trucking in Reno, and companies say that the man responsible, had already been wanted on another crime.



Gianforte elected in Montana day after alleged assault

Three of Montana's biggest newspapers pulled their endorsements of Gianforte but did not endorse his opponents. A reporter from the Guardian accused the tech millionaire of slamming him to the ground and breaking his glasses in an altercation Wednesday afternoon at Gianforte's campaign headquarters in Bozeman.



Trump Administration Vows To Appeal Block On Travel Ban To High Court

The 4th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals ruled 10-3 to uphold the previous ruling to stop primary portions of the executive order indefinitely. To put the ban in motion, the Justice Department would also have had to win at the U.S. Sessions said Trump is not required to admit people from "countries that sponsor or shelter terrorism until he determines that they can be properly vetted" and don't pose a security threat.



NJ Republican: Who knows if my health care plan will kill anyone?

So remember this next time Paul Ryan is up for re-election: every death that is caused by the end of Obamacare, every sick person who is kicked off of coverage thanks to this new healthcare bill, each suffering American that would have been healed through better healthcare rather than less of it brings nothing but comfort to our Speaker.


Trailblazing, Unprecedented Pro-Israel Actions by President Trump

Trailblazing, Unprecedented Pro-Israel Actions by President Trump

Throughout his stops in the Middle East, the President has made expanding counter-terrorism efforts a key theme. Allowing them to do so could have led to accusations that Washington was implicitly recognising Israel's unilateral claim of sovereignty over the site, which would break with years of U.S.


NY Times: Russians discussed how to influence Trump via his aides

NY Times: Russians discussed how to influence Trump via his aides

Both the Senate and House committees are hoping that Mr Flynn will provide information relating to the Trump campaign's possible ties to Russian Federation, and whether they engaged in any collusion during the 2016 presidential election. "We will be following up with subpoenas, and those subpoenas will be created to maximise our chance of getting the information that we need", Mr Schiff said at an event sponsored by the Christian Science Monitor .