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29-story office tower in Kentucky secretly owned by billionaire Russian oligarchs, feds say

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29-story office tower in Kentucky secretly owned by billionaire Russian oligarchs, feds sayThe Justice Department alleges that the former PNC Plaza in Louisville was purchased using embezzled money.
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Rihanna slams Kentucky Attorney General over Breonna Taylor decision [Video]

Rihanna slams Kentucky Attorney General over Breonna Taylor decision

Rihanna is the latest star to slam Kentucky Attorney General Daniel Cameron for failing to charge the cops who killed Breonna Taylor.

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The Judiciary Committee will hold hearings starting Oct. 12. Here is what’s next.

Senator Mitch McConnell of Kentucky, the Republican majority leader, has already vowed that the Senate will vote on President Trump’s Supreme Court nominee by..
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Protesters gather for fourth straight day in Louisville, Kentucky

Protesters are demonstrating for the fourth straight day in Louisville, Kentucky, following the decision to not directly charge any police officers in Breonna..
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The 'very troubling' questions Kentucky's attorney general isn't answering on the Breonna Taylor decision

Why wasn't Brett Hankison charged with endangering Breonna Taylor? Did the grand jury even vote on homicide charges? A look at unanswered questions.

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United States Department of Justice United States Department of Justice U.S. federal executive department in charge of law enforcement

Murders Are Rising. Blaming a Party Doesn’t Add Up.

The data reveals a different picture than the party-driven explanation President Trump and the Department of Justice have offered.
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Justice Dept. Aids Trump’s False Narrative on Voting

In a series of unusual moves, the Justice Department has helped stoke skepticism about mail-in voting.
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Justice Department seeks immediate ban on WeChat in U.S.

The Trump administration claims the Chinese-owned messaging service is a threat to national security.
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Breonna Taylor evidence leaks appear to show charged Louisville officer in her unit after shooting

Just three days after a grand jury decided no charges for the killing of Breonna Taylor, evidence is leaking on social media and news sites.
 

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Louisville Citizens Seek Mental Health Help After Breonna Taylor Decision

The decision not to charge the cops who killed Breonna Taylor has taken its toll on an untold number of Louisville residents, who are having a hard time coping...
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Ballistics report doesn't support Kentucky AG's claim that Breonna Taylor's boyfriend shot cop

A Kentucky State Police ballistics report failed to match a bullet that hit a Louisville cop in thigh to a shot fired by Breonna Taylor's boyfriend.

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