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Socialite Ksenia Sobchak Announces Bid for Russian Presidency

Socialite Ksenia Sobchak Announces Bid for Russian Presidency

Russian socialite Ksenia Sobchak is to stand in the country's presidential election in March, when Vladimir Putin is widely expected to run again. He also noted that Sobchak's political views were unclear. Mr Navalny, 41, says he would like to run, but a criminal conviction he describes as politically motivated bars him from doing so. Ms Sobchak has already faced criticism, with some pundits suggesting her candidacy could please the Kremlin by diluting voter apathy without actually ...


Judge Orders Government To Allow Abortion For Immigrant

Judge Orders Government To Allow Abortion For Immigrant

According to the Post , Chutkan said she was "astounded" the administration meant to make the girl choose between returning to her home country to have the abortion or carrying the pregnancy to term. "Federal law is very clear on giving the director of the Office of Refugee Resettlement the legal responsibility to decide what is in the best interests of a minor in the unaccompanied alien children program and, in this case, her unborn baby", the HHS Administration for Children and Families ...


Steve Mnuchin Says It's 'Very Hard' Not To Cut Rich People's Taxes

Steve Mnuchin Says It's 'Very Hard' Not To Cut Rich People's Taxes

Tax cuts are crucial to maintaining their record-setting ways, according to Steven Mnuchin . It is true that since rich people also pay the same taxes that middle-class people pay, a tax cut for the middle class will likely also benefit rich people.


Turkey's top diplomat won't buckle to U.S. 'impositions'

Turkey's top diplomat won't buckle to U.S. 'impositions'

In order to overcome crisis, United States and Turkey had demands. "I believe this crisis will be resolved soon", he told state-owned TRT Haber . Turkey will not submit to "impositions" from the USA over an on-going visa dispute and will reject any conditions it can not meet, Foreign Minister Mevlut Cavusoglu said on Wednesday.


Sex traffickers, prostitutes busted in Oklahoma as part of nationwide operation

Sex traffickers, prostitutes busted in Oklahoma as part of nationwide operation

One FBI director says this operation isn't just about taking traffickers off the streets, but also about making a way to help young victims who find themselves caught in the cycle of trafficking. Just three days ago, a suspect offered an undercover officer $600 in exchange for access to two children for sex. Numerous children are receiving medical and mental health counselling after being taken into care by child protective custody.