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Poison pills banished from Senate spending bills

Sens. Patrick Leahy and Richard Shelby spent months scheming behind closed doors with fellow appropriators and party leadership on a way to end the Senate’s appropriations [...]
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Skripal Attack Used ‘Very Small Amount’ of Liquid Poison, U.K. Says

The contaminated sites trace the Skripals’ path through Salisbury on the day of the crime. The most contaminated is Mr. Skripal’s modest brick home, where there is believed to be “object zero,” the surface used to expose the victims. [...]
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How Pissed Putin Gonna Be About These Sanctions, On A Scale Of One To ‘Guess I’ll Poison Somebody’?

6 months ago | 0 comment
WHOA, the Trump administration actually sanctioned some damn Russians! Congress has been ordering them to do this for A WHILE NOW, but Donald Trump hasn’t wanted to, because he is in romantic love with Vladimir Putin, and besides, he wouldn’t [...]
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Joining Allies, Trump Orders Expulsion of 60 Russians Over Poison Attack in Britain

6 months ago | 0 comment
“Today’s actions make the United States safer by reducing Russia’s ability to spy on Americans and to conduct covert operations that threaten America’s national security,” the White House said in a statement. The Kremlin has [...]
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From Russia with Poison

7 months ago | 0 comment
Russia has escalated its efforts to start a new Cold War with the West by recklessly poisoning a former Russian spy, his daughter, and a police detective in Great Britain. This comes on the heels of the Russians trying to kill US troops in [...]
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Partisan ‘poison’ threatens House Intel’s panel oversight work

7 months ago | 0 comment
The House Intelligence Committee, for years considered an oasis of bipartisanship in a fractious Congress, has collapsed into what many lawmakers call unprecedented bitterness and distrust that endangers its core mission of protecting national [...]
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A War Criminal Drank Poison in Court. How Could That Happen?

10 months ago | 0 comment
Advertisement LONDON — The international tribunal dealing with the former Yugoslavia said on Friday that it would conduct an “independent expert review” of the death of Slobodan Praljak, a Croat military commander in the 1992-95 [...]
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War Crimes Defendant Dies After Drinking Poison in Court

10 months ago | 0 comment
The presiding judge suspended the session after Mr. Praljak, 72, drank the liquid, and ordered that curtains that divide the court from the public gallery to be drawn. Guards seized the vial used by the defendant. If tests prove the liquid [...]
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City Of Flint Will Take Your House If You Don’t PAY UP For Your Delicious Poison Water

1 year ago | 0 comment
It is a rule of life, and of retail, that if one is given a defective product, one should not have to pay for it. For instance, if you buy a new dishwasher, and it blows up on you, you would be well within your rights to demand a refund. If [...]