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April 19, 2017

UC Berkeley calls off Ann Coulter talk for security reasons

University spokesman Dan Mogulof said that posters went up on campus last week threatening disruption of the event and officials discovered “targeted threats” on various websites indicating the possibility of planned violence. Tweet In a letter to Berkeley College Republicans sent Tuesday, Vice Chancellor Scott Biddy said officials made the …

Mom to killers: ‘You are proof that evil exists’

He said they befriended Carey “because she was foreign and had money.” Change text size for the story Accomplice Sean Angold, 25, got 15 years because he testified against the twisted duo. Morrison Haze Lampley, 24, and his accomplices sat expressionless as they felt the lash of the heartbroken. Lampley …

Fox execs ‘preparing to cut ties’ with Bill O’Reilly

Print this story Dozens of his show’s advertisers have fled following reports of harassment settlements paid to other women. O’Reilly has denied any wrongdoing. O’Reilly is on a nearly two-week vacation at the same time Fox News Channel’s parent company looks into a woman’s accusation that her career was slowed …

Restaurant group joins suit against Trump over business ties

The rewritten lawsuit cites violations it says have resulted since Trump became president. The lawsuit claimed that a constitutional clause prohibits Trump from receiving money from foreign governments for hotel stays or office leases. Change text size for the story A plaintiffs’ lawyer says the legal action has been strengthened …

Hitler was an indicted war criminal at death: New book

The book, “Human Rights After Hitler” by British academic Dan Plesch, says Hitler was put on the commission’s first list of war criminals in December 1944, but only after extensive debate and formal charges brought by Czechoslovakia, which had been occupied by the Nazis. According to the book, legally certified …