Sick death row inmate will be given special pillow to help him breathe during lethal injection

A sick death row inmate set to die by lethal injection this week will be given a special wedge-shaped pillow to help him breathe as he is executed.

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Sick death row inmate will be given special pillow to help him breathe during lethal injection

Jeff Sessions Has 'No Reason To Doubt' Sexual Abuse Allegations Against Roy Moore

WASHINGTON ― Attorney General Jeff Sessions said Tuesday he does not doubt the multiple women who have accused Roy Moore, the Republican seeking to fill his former seat representing Alabama in the Senate, of engaging in sexual misconduct or committing sexual assault against them when they were teenagers.

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Jeff Sessions Has 'No Reason To Doubt' Sexual Abuse Allegations Against Roy Moore

Trump touts poll showing majority disapprove of his performance

President Trump tweeted on Tuesday a graphic with the results of a daily tracking poll that shows 46 percent of Americans approve of his job performance. But the same poll, conducted by Rasmussen Reports, shows 53 percent disapprove.

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Thai mourners pay last-minute respects to late king

BANGKOK (AP) — Tens of thousands of mourners have been rushing to Bangkok's Grand Palace to pay their respects to the late King Bhumibol Adulyadej, as a period of nearly a year for his body to lie in state ends ahead of his cremation on Oct. 26.

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Interior Whistleblower Quits, Lambastes Ryan Zinke's 'Resume Of Failure'

Joel Clement — a federal scientist who blew the whistle on the Trump administration, claiming he was reassigned for warning about the dangers of climate change to Alaska natives — has resigned from his post at the Interior Department.

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Interior Whistleblower Quits, Lambastes Ryan Zinke's 'Resume Of Failure'

The Supreme Court's Gerrymandering Case Is A Debate About Threats To American Democracy

Underneath the legalistic debate about standing, standards and statistical analysis during oral arguments in a landmark Wisconsin gerrymandering case at the Supreme Court on Tuesday, there was a deeper debate happening among the justices about guaranteeing confidence in the American democratic system.

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The Supreme Court's Gerrymandering Case Is A Debate About Threats To American Democracy

A Strong Earthquake off the South Coast Has Shaken Mexico City, Killing At Least Fifteen

A massive 8.1-magnitude earthquake hit off the coast of southern Mexico, toppling houses in Chiapas state, causing at least fifteens deaths and setting off a tsunami warning.

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A Strong Earthquake off the South Coast Has Shaken Mexico City, Killing At Least Fifteen