Did Donald Trump have a special email server used exclusively to communicate with a Russian bank with ties to Vladimir Putin? We have some answers. Two police officers were shot and killed Wednesday in Des Moines, Iowa, in “ambush-style attacks.” And people are outraged over Starbucks’s new holiday cups.
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From Russia with love? Did Donald Trump have a special email server used exclusively to communicate with a Russian bank with ties to President Vladimir Putin? We have some answers.
Trump avoided reporting hundreds of millions of dollars in taxable income by “using a tax avoidance maneuver so legally dubious his own lawyers advised him that the Internal Revenue Service would most likely declare it improper if he were audited,” the New York Times writes.
Evan McMullin, the former CIA officer running for president, said he was aware of — but never participated in — the agency’s controversial torture program and would not wholly rule out the future use of tactics like waterboarding.
Trump’s top “LGBT” supporters are largely gay white men — and the most prominent “LGBT for Trump” group is essentially one gay man with a Facebook page.
Relatives of drug lords in the heartland of Mexico’s cartels are being asked to rein in their partying during the Day of the Dead this year.
Government officials in Culiacán, about 50 miles south of where Joaquin “El Chapo” Guzmán was born, are asking the musical groups who enliven celebrations across the city’s cemeteries to abstain from playing ballads that glorify cartel kingpins and their violent ways
Narcocorridos have become an integral part of the culture in the region. It’s where the country’s biggest drug lords are born, rise to fame, and die — often young.
Dario Lopez-mills / AP
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