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Anthony Weiner, a former Democratic congressman, leaves Federal Court in New York on Monday after being sentenced for 21-months for sexting with a 15-year-old girl. Timothy A. Clary / AFP - Getty Images

New York Judge Puts Weiner Away

A federal court in Manhattan sentenced disgraced former congressman and New York City mayoral candidate Anthony Weiner to 21 months in prison Monday, the resolution of a six-year saga of sexual impropriety broken by Breitbart News founder Andrew Breitbart.

LeBron James left the Miami Heat in 2014 to join the Cleveland Cavaliers

LeBron James Named AP Male Athlete of Year

CLEVELAND (AP) — LeBron James was jolted forward when the massive crowd swelled from the sidewalks and into Cleveland’s streets, surrounding the convertible that he and his family were riding in. This wasn’t supposed to happen.

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BlackLivesMatter’s DeRay May Settle Lawsuit v. Baton Rouge Police

Attorneys handling a lawsuit filed against the city of Baton Rouge by #BlackLivesMatter protester DeRay Mckesson announced that a settlement may soon be reached between the two parties. The lawsuit challenged their arrests during a protest in the area that followed an officer-involved shooting of a black man.

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Sierra Leone Officially Declared Ebola-Free

Cheers erupted and people danced in the streets Saturday as Sierra Leone marked the end of the Ebola outbreak within its borders, although neighboring Guinea still struggles to stamp out the deadly virus that has killed more than 11,000 mostly in West Africa.

Jerry Brown, Kevin de Leon, Loni Atkins

Republican Leaders Call for Investigation of Jerry Brown

Republican leaders in California have called for an investigation Thursday into Governor Jerry Brown in response to a story by the Associated Press earlier in the day that suggested he may have misappropriated state resources to search for oil on his family’s private property.

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Yemen Rebels Release Foreign Hostages, Including 2 Americans

SANAA, Yemen (AP) — Yemen’s Shiite Houthi rebels have released six foreign hostages, including two Americans, and flown them to the Gulf country of Oman, which helped negotiate their release, officials said Sunday.

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Flashback: Obama Said Iran Deal Not Based on ‘Trust’

President Barack Obama insisted in a speech Aug. 5 that the Iran deal “doesn’t require trust,” because it “verifies” Iranian compliance. Now, that claim has been destroyed, thanks to an Associated Press report confirming that Iran will be testing a suspected nuclear site on its own.

Hillary Clinton

Associated Press Runs Interference for Hillary Over Email Violations

On Friday, after government investigators reported that Hillary Clinton actually did send classified security information over her private email server despite her adamant claims that she never did, the Associated Press rushed out a “report” that excuses Clinton for violating federal rules and for lying about doing it.

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Iranian General Soleimani Promotes US-ISIS Alliance Conspiracy Theory

A well-heard narrative appeared Monday that high-ranking Iranian Major General Qassem Soleimani took shots at President Obama and U.S. foreign policy, with outlets such as Reuters and the Associated Press (AP) featuring his comments as a blistering rebuke of the United States’s presence in the Middle East. Unlike the selective comments indicated, Soleimani was not condemning a lack of effort against ISIS on America’s part, but implying that President Obama was intentionally aiding the terrorist group.

Kheda Goilabiyeva, Nazhud Guchigov, Magomed Daudov

Chechen Teen Bride Scandal Puts Putin In Bind

MOSCOW (AP) — The groom is approaching 50, a silver-haired boss in the Chechen strongman’s feared police force. The bride is 17, a shy beauty reportedly devastated at the idea of wedding a man nearly three times her age.

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Problems with the AP’s Story on Pamela Geller Went Beyond ‘Do You Regret It?’

Thursday night the AP published a story based on a meeting with Pamela Geller, the woman who organized the Muhammad drawing contest in Garland, Texas. The story got a lot of attention once the AP sent out a tweet which seemed to suggest Geller ought to have regret for hosting the conference which resulted in two (carefully unidentified) deaths.