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The Latest: Paxton promises help after school shooting
ALPINE, Texas (AP) — The Latest on a shooting inside a high school in West Texas (all times local):
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Castor out in Attorney General's Office
HARRISBURG - After serving as the state's top law enforcement official for a mere two weeks, Bruce L. Castor Jr. will leave the Pennsylvania Attorney General's Office at the end of the week, state officials said Tuesday.
32 points by The Philadelphia Inquirer | United States Senate Attorney general Montgomery County Pennsylvania Abuse Bullying Defamation United States Remainder
Donald Trump’s Donation Is His Latest Brush With Campaign Fund Rules
Mr. Trump is defending himself against claims that he donated $25,000 to a group supporting the Florida attorney general to sway her office’s review of Trump University.
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Family of man shot, killed by Haverhill police sues officers
The family of a New Hampshire man killed by police is suing the officers who shot him.The family of 42-year-old Hagen Etsy-Lennon is suing the two Haverhill police officers who fatally shot him in 2015. Attorneys representing the family claim the officers acted recklessly and that Etsy-Lennon did no...
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Maryland lawmakers give AG blanket authority to sue Trump administration
A bitterly divided legislature voted along party lines to expand Attorney General Brian Frosh’s ability to challenge the federal government.
2227 points by The Washington Post | United States United States Constitution United States Congress President of the United States Law Attorney general Nic Kipke Democracy
Sen. Warren reads Coretta Scott King's letter about Jeff Sessions outside the Senate
After Sen. Mitch McConnell (R-Ky.) struck down Sen. Elizabeth Warren's (D-Mass.) attempt to read a letter from Coretta Scott King on the floor of the Senate during the debate on attorney general nominee Jeff Sessions, Warren read the letter outside the doors of the Senate and streamed it live.
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McConnell interrupts Warren's speech opposing Sessions
Sen. Elizabeth Warren (D-Mass.) was stopped from speaking on the Senate floor about Attorney General nominee Jeff Sessions on Feb. 7. "I am surprised that the words of Coretta Scott King are not suitable for debate in the United States Senate," Warren said.
-2 points by The Washington Post | United States Senate United States Coretta Scott King Martin Luther King Jr. Alabama Attorney general Democratic Party United States Senate Committee on the Judiciary
Vizio TVs were spying on their owners, the government says
The Federal Trade Commission said Monday that Vizio used 11 million televisions to spy on its customers. The television maker agreed to pay $2.2 million to settle a case with the FTC and the New Jersey attorney general's office after the agencies accused it of secretly collecting — and selling...
250 points by Chicago Tribune | Consumer protection Federal Trade Commission Demographics Television 2016 Consultative selling Attorney general New Jersey
City violated FOIA in withholding police lawsuit settlement
DOVER, Del. (AP) - The attorney general's office says the city of Dover violated the Freedom of Information Act in refusing to release details of a settlement involving a man who suffered a broken jaw when he was kicked by a police officer. The ruling was released Friday after The ...
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Trump cabinet picks send Twitter into meltdown
Critics of President-elect Donald Trump reacted to his newest Cabinet picks with the same outrage they expressed over his choice of chief strategist. His pick for CIA director pleased some fierce critics, while angering vocal supporters. Read Full Article at RT.com
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Fantasy Football: DraftKings, FanDuel agree to merge
The Sports Xchange Daily fantasy sports giants DraftKings and FanDuel have agreed to merge, the companies announced Friday.
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Lynch addresses increase in hate crimes
Attorney General Loretta Lynch spoke Nov. 18 about the increased number of hate crimes in 2015, and implored people to report the crimes to authorities.
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Woman sentenced for scam trying to profit from burning death
JACKSON, Miss. (AP) - A Mississippi woman is going to prison after using an internet scam to try to profit off the burning death of a teenager. Attorney General Jim Hood says 41-year-old Janet Lee Posey of Blue Springs pleaded guilty Thursday to one count of false pretense. Union County ...
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Georgia to execute man convicted of killing father-in-law
ATLANTA (AP) — A day after carrying out the state's eighth execution this year, authorities in Georgia announced plans for another one.
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For the Record: Trump's inner circle may be hurricane shaped
Maybe it would help if Trump chose his cabinet via some version of "The Apprentice."       
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New AG says proposed Pa. child-sex abuse law wasn't unconstitutional
Freshly appointed to the helm of an office racked by tumult, Pennsylvania Attorney General Bruce Beemer is rejecting a key position taken by his predecessor, saying he believes a child sex-abuse bill in Harrisburg that would have allowed lawsuits for decades-old cases would not have violated the state constitution.
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3 Mitchell residents charged with drug counts enter pleas
MITCHELL, S.D. (AP) - Three of the six Mitchell residents who were indicted on drug-related charges last week have pleaded not guilty. The Daily Republic (http://bit.ly/2diYMii ) reports 27-year-old Jared Nespor, 27-year-old Mellissa Schuppan and 35-year-old Skila Schuppan entered their not guilty pleas Tuesday in Mitchell. The South Dakota attorney ...
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Australia seeks to extend terror laws to 14-year-olds
Australia announced plans to strengthen anti-terrorism laws and extend monitoring by authorities to suspects as young as 14 on Sunday, after the country's fourth terrorism incident in two years, a stabbing Saturday in suburban Sydney.
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AG Lynch urges people to honor 9/11 dead by helping the needy
AG Lynch urged people to honor those who died on 9/11 by reaching out to the vulnerable.
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Controversial ‘Taxi King’ evicted from longtime headquarters
Embattled taxi king Gene Freidman is losing at every turn. City marshals forcibly removed the controversial taxi mogul from his longtime headquarters on W. 28th Street on the morning of Aug. 24 after he fell $170,000 behind on his rent, said the lawyer who evicted him. “He’s a pathetic loser, and now he’s out,” said...
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Paxton accuses Massachusetts AG of climate change 'witch-hunt'
Attorney General Ken Paxton waded back into the climate change debate Thursday by arguing that Massachusetts attorney general exceeded her constitutional authority in launching a probe of Exxon Mobil's marketing and sale of fossil fuel products.
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