Scott Pruitt admits top aide helped him search for housing but 'on personal time'

  1. Scott Pruitt admits top aide helped him search for housing but ‘on personal time’  Washington Post
  2. Security a ‘silly reason’ for first-class flights, Democrat tells Pruitt  ABC News
  3. Senator to Pruitt: EPA meddling in health study ‘unconscionable’  Politico
  4. White House, EPA headed off chemical pollution study  Politico
  5. Guess how many death threats Scott Pruitt received to justify his 24/7 security detail? Zero  Los Angeles Times
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Meghan Markle's Half-Sister Admits She Arranged for Their Dad to Pose for Staged Photos

  1. Meghan Markle’s Half-Sister Admits She Arranged for Their Dad to Pose for Staged Photos  PEOPLE.com
  2. Royal wedding’s $1.4 billion economic impact: Here’s the boost by sector  MarketWatch
  3. Inside the life of Cressida Bonas, Prince Harry’s ex-girlfriend  Business Insider
  4. A royal wedding can be a royal pain — Here are some helpful ways to ‘negotiate’ your own wedding preparations  Fox News
  5. How Meghan Markle will use her royal voice  CNN
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Nawaz Sharif Admits Pakistan Allowed Terrorists to Cross Border for 26/11 Mumbai Attacks

  1. Nawaz Sharif Admits Pakistan Allowed Terrorists to Cross Border for 26/11 Mumbai Attacks  News18
  2. Massive admission! Pakistan sent terrorists for 26/11 Mumbai attacks; Nawaz Sharif exposes his country  Financial Express
  3. KT exclusive: I will fight against corruption, says Imran Khan  Khaleej Times
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Czech leader admits Novichok tests

Czech leader admits Novichok testsPro-Russian Czech President Milos Zeman said the Czech Republic had tested the substance Britain says was used to poison a former Russian spy on its soil. Zeman’s statement Thursday countered previous claims by the Czech government rejecting Moscow’s allegations that the EU and NATO member state had produced the Novichok nerve agent that was allegedly used to poison Sergei Skripal and his daughter in an English city in March. The Kremlin said the substance had been produced by the Czech Republic, Slovakia and Sweden when denying allegations by London and its allies that Moscow was behind the March 4 incident.


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