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Sens. McCain, Lieberman say report on ‘psyops’ was ‘weird’

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Two top US Senators who were reportedly targeted by military “psyop” units said Sunday they don’t believe the report was accurate, calling it “weird.” Sen. John McCain (R-AZ) was particularly hesitant to trust the media over the military given his background as an airman, even though the reporter’s last major story forced one of America’s top generals out of his job.

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Pence claims on coronavirus second wave ‘proved wrong in nearly every way’ less than a month later: analysis

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Vice President Mike Pence's claims about a second wave of coronavirus has been proven completely wrong less than a month later.

The vice president argued in a Wall Street Journal editorial June 16 that no second wave of the deadly pandemic would emerge, but the Washington Post's Philip Bump found only that claim to be accurate -- and only on a technicality.

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Couple arrested after being caught on video brutally attacking female Black hotel employee

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Two people who were caught on surveillance video in a suspected racially-motivated assault of a Black woman at a hotel in Connecticut have been arrested, WFSB reports.

Philip Samer and Emily Orbay were arrested in Brooklyn, New York, by U.S. marshals and will be extradited to Connecticut. Sarner was charged with second-degree assault, third-degree assault and "intimidation based on bigotry and bias." Orbay was charged with two counts of third-degree assault and intimidation based on bigotry and bias.

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High stakes in Johnny Depp libel hearing

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Hollywood star Johnny Depp wrapped up five days of gruelling testimony Monday in a libel trial that has exposed the dark underbelly of the lifestyles of the rich and famous.

The "Pirates of the Caribbean" franchise hero is suing the publisher and executive editor of Britain's The Sun tabloid newspaper over a 2018 story branding him a "wife beater".

The 57-year-old denies abusing actress Amber Heard -- now 34 and the global face of French cosmetics firm L'Oreal -- during a rocky two-year marriage that ended in a messy 2017 divorce and several lawsuits.

But he has admitted a debilitating drug habit and allowed the defense to air graphic details of 14 assault allegations that made headlines around the world.

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