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Judge Reprimanded For Sexual Tryst With DefendantRonnie C. Dortch, who retired last month, had a relationship with the woman from 2014 to 2015 and discussed the case with her outside of court, the Kentucky Judicial Conduct Commission said in its order reprimanding the judge.
Protester Takes Flying Leap To Snatch Confederate Flag On Live TVCharleston Police Department spokesman Charles Francis says 31-year-old Muhiyidin d'Baha, whose legal name is Muhiyidin Elamin Moye, was charged with disorderly conduct Wednesday.
Republican Senator Open To Subpoena For Donald Trump Tax RecordsSusan Collins, a Republican who has served as a U.S. senator from Maine since 1997, sits on the Senate Intelligence Committee, which is investigating Russian interference in the 2016 election.
Vegas Sex Trafficking Study Finds Underage, Fearful WomenOf 190 identified sex-trafficking victims in 2014, Arizona State University researchers found two-thirds were under 18 years old, one in five was brought to southern Nevada from somewhere else and more than half were never reported as missing.
Yahoo Takes $350 Million Hit, But Salvages $4.48 Billion Deal With VerizonThe lower price, now pegged at $4.48 billion, will cost Yahoo shareholders roughly 37 cents per share. But they may also be responsible for substantial legal costs.
Wednesday Deadline To Leave North Dakota Pipeline Protest Camp Won't Be ExtendedCamp leader Phyllis Young said rain Monday hampered that effort, and that Native Americans also took time out for traditional ceremonies related to the weather. Frozen ground also is making it difficult for people to remove tent stakes, she said.
'Amber Zee' Was Really A Man On Facebook Enticing Kids To Send Sexually Explicit ImagesFederal prosecutors say a New Jersey man has admitted using a fake Facebook profile to entice children to produce and send him sexually explicit images.
Utah Moves To End School Ban On 'Advocacy Of Homosexuality'The Senate Education Committee voted unanimously in favor of a Republican bill cutting the phrase from sex education law
Flash Flood Warning Issued For Nevada Town Due To Retention Pond FailureAuthorities are warning residents of a Nevada town to get to higher ground due to a dam emergency.
Harassed Gaming Engineer To Run For CongressBrianna Wu has earned a reputation battling the online harassment campaign known as Gamergate, a fight that led to rape and murder threats.
Radio City Rockettes To Dance At Trump's InaugurationThe Radio City Rockettes will be dancing at President-elect Donald Trump's inauguration next month but not everyone is kicking up their heels at the booking.
Starbucks To Offer Free Drinks For 10 Days Starbucks aims to drum up holiday sales with promises of free espresso drinks this season at select stores.

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