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Dr. Fakhruddin Attar , 53, and his wife, Faida Attar, 50, of Livonia, were arrested Friday morning, the Justice Department said. According to the complaint, multiple MI girls have come forward to say Dr. Attar told federal agents that Nagarwala "sees minor girls for problems with their genitals, including treatment of genital rashes", and that she does not charge for her procedures, according to the criminal complaint .
  • Trump suggests Susan Rice unmasking requests may be criminal

    Trump suggests Susan Rice unmasking requests may be criminal

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    Rice's interview came amid a growing controversy that the Obama administration abused USA intelligence to spy on the Trump campaign and leak intelligence to the press to hurt Trump. The committee's chairman, Sen. Still, the White House has appeared to find other ways to promote the idea that Obama officials were conducting improper surveillance of Trump's team.
  • Twitter Wins Free Speech Battle After DHS Backs Down

    Twitter Wins Free Speech Battle After DHS Backs Down

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    Twitter has dropped a lawsuit it was poised to pursue against the United States government after the Trump administration withdrew pressure it was putting on the tech giant to handover details of a user who had been critical of the President.
  • Syria airstrikes: worldwide community reacts to U.S. bombing of airfield

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    Mr Trump said he had acted in America's "vital national security interest" to prevent the use of chemical weapons. This is how Britain's most high-profile politicians have reacted to the move. But Moscow has since been accused of targeting other rebel groups as well, and has continued to back up the Assad regime despite global condemnation.
  • Mitt Romney is reportedly considering running for Utah senate seat

    Mitt Romney is reportedly considering running for Utah senate seat

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    Senate. Hatch might have already given Romney that blessing, as he told National Journal in an interview last week that he "might well consider" retiring should he find a "really outstanding person to run for my position". Romney, who lost to President Barack Obama in the 2012 election, was an outspoken critic of President Donald Trump throughout the 2016 campaign, but he drew criticism when he courted the secretary of state position after the election.
  • Driver using phone hits cop enforcing distracted-driving law

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    And distracted driving then might mean eating behind the wheel or fiddling with the radio, not trying to read what's on the phone or tap out replies to texts while going almost 60 miles per hour or more down the highway. This is a recipe for a crash. More and more people are pulling out their cellphones while behind the wheel, creating risky roads for other drivers.
  • Advertisers flee Bill O'Reilly's show but impact unclear

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    He has denied subjecting women to unwanted sexual advances. "I think he shouldn't have settled; personally I think he shouldn't have settled", the president added. In an email statement, Kaylie Hanson Long, National Communications Director for NARAL Pro-Choice, said "A man who bragged about committing sexual assault and grabbing women by the pu$$y is defending Bill O'Reilly".
  • Federal judge blocks IN abortion ultrasound mandate

    Federal judge blocks IN abortion ultrasound mandate

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    Michael Schlossberg, a Democrat and advocate of women's health and reproductive rights, told Salon". Defunding Planned Parenthood suffered a setback March 24, after Republican leadership withdrew the American Health Care Act (AHCA) from a floor vote in the House of Representatives.
  • Former delegate urges House to vote down medical marijuana bill

    Former delegate urges House to vote down medical marijuana bill

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    The committee spent most of last week going over the 82-page bill on how medical marijuana would be overseen in the state. That sends the measure to the Senate, which is considering a separate bill. Those who wanted to have a dispensary would have to pay a $5,000 application fee, a $25,000 permit fee and $5,000 annually to renew their permits. The bill also included a measure that would allow people with prescriptions to grow up to two plants of their own.
  • Security to be main component of US-Egypt ties: White House

    Security to be main component of US-Egypt ties: White House

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    Trump had taken to Twitter before the meeting and said, "Getting ready to meet President Al-Sisi of Egypt". In addition to his meeting with Trump, Sisi, who arrived in Washington Saturday, will also meet with US Congressmen, businessmen and representatives of major US companies.
  • MI to Pay Nearly $100 Million in Flint Lawsuit Settlement

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    More money on its way to replace thousands of lead water pipes in Flint, Michigan. The Concerned Pastors for Social Action, Natural Resources Defense Council and American Civil Liberties Union of MI sued Flint and MI in a civil lawsuit that led to the agreement.