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Trump DOJ Settles Lawsuits Over Tea Party
The Trump administration, after years of litigation, has settled lawsuits with Tea Party and other conservative groups who say they were unfairly targeted by the IRS under the Obama administration. Attorney General Jeff Sessions announced early Thursday that the Justice Department had entered into settlements with Tea Party groups whose tax-exempt status was significantly delayed by the IRS dating back to 2013, “based solely on their viewpoint or ideology.” Fox
VOA VIEW: Obama is dirty.

Trump Reignites Feud With Flake
President Donald Trump slammed back at Sen. Jeff Flake in a tweet Sunday night, calling him “unelectable” and referring to his political career as “toast” days after the Republican senator was caught criticizing the president. “Sen. Jeff Flake(y), who is unelectable in the Great State of Arizona (quit race, anemic polls) was caught (purposely) on “mike” saying bad things about your favorite President.  Fox
VOA VIEW: Flake will vote no on taxes.

Kellyanne Conway On Roy Moore: 'We Want The Votes' For Tax Bill
Kellyanne Conway suggested that the White House remains open to Roy Moore's embattled senate candidacy on Monday when she told Fox & friends that "we want the votes in the Senate to get this tax bill through" -- less than a week after Conway said that "no Senate seat is worth more than a child" in the wake of a series of sexual allegations against Moore. Conway was interviewed by Fox News on Monday morning, and was discussing tax reform when she began hammering Doug Jones, the Democrat in the Alabama Senate race. CNN
VOA VIEW: It's better to have a Republican Moore than a Democrat Jones in the Senate'

Roy Moore Accuser: 'I Wonder How Many Me's He Doesn't Know'
One of the women accusing Alabama Republican Senate candidate Roy Moore of sexual misconduct when she was in her teens is calling him out on his denials. After Leigh Corfman told The Washington Post that Moore molested her when she was 14 and he was in his 30s, Moore claimed that he didn't know her. "I wonder how many me's he doesn't know," Corfman responded on NBC's "Today" Monday morning. CNN

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No End In Sight For The Mn'ueller Investigation
President Donald Trump’s lawyer says the criminal investigation into possible collusion with Russia in last year’s election could be over by December, but Special Counsel Robert Mueller’s probe is expected to continue well into next year, according to a U.S. official. Mueller continues to gather evidence and pursue investigative leads, as shown by steps like a subpoena he sent to more than a dozen Trump campaign operatives in October, according to the official with knowledge of the investigation, who requested anonymity to speak about sensitive matters. Bloomberg
VOA VIEW: Mueller is going to milk the investigation,

Trump Doesn't Regret Aiding Players Despite Tweet, Sanders Says
President Donald Trump’s tweet saying he should have left three basketball players in a Chinese jail doesn’t represent his actual view and was meant as a “rhetorical response” to comments from LaVar Ball, father of one of the formerly detained athletes, White House press secretary Sarah Huckabee Sanders said Monday. UCLA freshmen players LiAngelo Ball, Cody Riley and Jalen Hill were detained in China on suspicion of shoplifting at a Louis Vuitton store in Hangzhou during a team visit to the country for a basketball game. Bloomberg

President Trump Designates North Korea As 'State Sponsor Of Terror'
President Donald Trump announced Monday his intent to again formally designate North Korea as a "state sponsor of terror", a move designed to ramp up pressure on the rogue nation's aggressive acts in the region and further development of its nuclear program. The State Department's current list of "state sponsors of terror" includes Iran, Sudan and Syria and functions as a sort of sanctions "black list" against countries that the U.S. has deemed "repeatedly provided support for acts of international terrorism." ABC News
 VOA VIEW: North  Korea should never be taken off the list of State Sponsor of Terror.

Argentine Navy: Noises Heard In Search For Missing Submarine
Argentina’s navy said today that the search for a submarine missing since last week has been narrowed after two ships heard noises off the coast of Argentina. Argentine ships looking for the ARA San Juan, an Argentine vessel with 44 crew members on board, picked up fairly persistent noises that were believed to have originated in an area about 225 miles east of Argentina’s Valdes Peninsula, in water believed with be about 650 feet deep, naval spokesman Enrique Balbi told reporters in Buenos Aires. ABC News

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Girl Suing Jeff Sessions And DEA
A 12-year-old girl is spearheading a campaign to legalize medical marijuana across the whole country. Alexis Bortell said she and her family had no choice but to move from their Texas home to Colorado to treat her severe epilepsy. Now, her family and a handful of others are suing Attorney General Jeff Sessions and the Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA). They are demanding "cannabis for the treatment of their illnesses, diseases and medical conditions." CBS News

First Lady Melania Trump Receives White House Christmas Tree
First lady Melania Trump, joined by her son Barron, welcomed this year's White House Christmas tree on Monday, kicking off the holiday season in Washington, D.C. The tree, presented by the Chapman family of Wisconsin, will be decorated and displayed in the Blue Room of the White House. This isn't the Chapman family's first time being bestowed such an honor. The Chapman's provided trees to the White House in 1998 and 2003. CBS News
VOA VIEW: Not a first.

Triple Bombs Dropped On Afghanistan Against Taliban
The U.S. Air Force is on track to triple the number of bombs dropped in Afghanistan this year compared with last year, new figures reveal as the White House opens a new front in America’s longest war. The military dropped 3,554 weapons against the Taliban as of Oct. 31 — already nearly three times the 1,337 dropped in 2016 and nearly four times as the 947 fired in 2015. NBC News

New Al Franken Accuser Says He Grabbed Her
A new woman has come forward with an allegation against Sen. Al Franken, D-Minn., days after a radio host accused the lawmaker of forcibly kissing and groping her more than a decade ago. Lindsay Menz, 33, told CNN in an interview that Franken grabbed her buttocks when they posed for a photo together in 2010. The accusation was first reported by CNN. Menz also appears to have tweeted about the encounter several days ago. NBC News

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Digital Pills Help Monitor Opioid Abuse
Researchers at Brigham and Women's Hospital are testing the use of ingestible sensors to track opioid ingestion patterns. The sensor is planted in a gelatin capsule along with the medication. The digital pills can help doctors track how frequently patients are using their opioid prescription, and potentially alert healthcare officials to signs of abuse. UPI

Impeachment Action Against Mugabe Coming Tuesday
Zimbabwe's ruling party will begin impeachment proceedings against President Robert Mugabe Tuesday for "allowing his wife to usurp constitutional power," officials said. The Zanu-PF party will present the motion in Zimbabwe Parliament on Tuesday, with a senior party member, Paul Mangawana, saying it could take just two days to complete. UPI

Doug Jones, Roy Moore’s Opponent In Alabama, Campaigns As A Political Bridge-Builder
Running on a platform that pulls from both the progressive and conservative camps, Doug Jones could be on the verge of becoming the first Democrat from Alabama to hold a U.S. Senate seat in over two decades. Mr. Jones, who has never run for political office, opposes tax cuts for the rich and supports an expansion of Medicaid under Obamacare. The 63-year-old also is staunchly pro-choice, putting him at odds with embattled Republican Senate candidate Roy Moore, who is staunchly pro-life. Washington Times

Democrats Cling To Dubious Russia Dossier
Democrats have sometimes given credit to the infamous Trump-Russia dossier for inside information that already had been made public. During the dossier’s 11-month span in Washington’s Russia debate, its entries about WikiLeaks, the Russian oil company Rosneft and Russian President Vladimir Putin have been hailed by liberals as evidence that the 35-page collection of memos is true. A closer look shows the claims are debatable. The dossier has become one of the most ballyhooed documents in modern U.S. politics.  Washington Times

OMB Director: WH Okay With Tax Bill
The Senate tax reform bill, as currently written, ends the Obamacare penalty for people who do not purchase health insurance. Democrats strongly oppose the removal of that individual mandate, and on Sunday, White House Budget Director Mick Mulvaney said if it has to go, the Trump White House "can live with that." "I don't think anybody doubts where the president is on repeal and replace. The White House would love to see Obamacare taken apart all at once, bit by bit, however we can do it," Mulvaney told CBS's "Face the Nation" with John Dickerson. CNS

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U.S. Sues To Block AT&T Purchase
The U.S. Department of Justice will sue AT&T Inc (T.N) later on Monday to block its $85.4 billion acquisition of Time Warner Inc (TWX.N), a source familiar with the matter told Reuters. The legal challenge was expected after AT&T rejected a demand by the Justice Department earlier this month to divest its DirecTV unit or Time Warner’s Turner Broadcasting - which contains news network CNN - in order to win antitrust approval. Reuters

Yellen To Leave Fed Board
Federal Reserve Chair Janet Yellen said on Monday she will resign her seat on the Fed’s Board of Governors once Jerome Powell is confirmed and sworn in to replace her as head of the U.S. central bank. In a letter to President Donald Trump, which was released by the Fed, Yellen, 71, also vowed to “do my utmost to ensure a smooth transition” to Powell, who was nominated to succeed her by Trump earlier this month. Reuters

Alternative Keystone XL Route Approved
The Latest on Nebraska regulators deciding whether to approve the Keystone XL oil pipeline through the state (all times local): 10:15 a.m. A Nebraska commission has approved an alternative Keystone XL route through the state, removing the last regulatory hurdle to the $8 billion oil pipeline project. The Nebraska Public Service Commission voted on the long-delayed project Monday, though the decision could still be challenged in court. Newsday

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Roy Moore Accuser Leigh Corfman: I Was Not Paid To Tell My Story
A woman accusing Alabama Senate candidate Roy Moore of initiating sexual contact when she was 14 said Monday she wanted to confront him years ago but didn’t because he was powerful and the encounter gutted her self-confidence. She said she came forward to tell her story only after other women agreed to. The declaration by Leigh Corfman comes after Moore’s supporters claimed without evidence that reporters were offering thousands of dollars to women for accusations. The state election is being closely watched, as several GOP senators have called Moore to drop out, and President Donald Trump remains mostly quiet on the issue. Newsday
VOA VIEW: How did the liberal media know about Corfman,

Justice, Clean Air And Water In The Age Of Trump
The Trump administration’s dismantling of environmental regulations has intensified a growing civil rights battle over the deadly burden of pollution on minorities and low-income people. Black, Latino and disadvantaged people have long been disproportionately afflicted by toxins from industrial plants, cars, hazardous housing conditions and other sources. But political leaders, academics and activists spoke of a growing urgency around the struggle for environmental justice as the Trump administration peels away rules designed to protect clean air and water. Guardian

Merkel Hints Fresh Elections Preferable
Angela Merkel has indicated that she would rather have fresh elections than try to rule in a minority government as the collapse of German coalition talks posed the most serious threat to her power since she became chancellor more than a decade ago. Merkel, who has headed three coalitions since 2005, said she was “very sceptical” about ruling in a minority government and suggested she would stand again as a candidate if elections were called in the new year, telling public broadcaster ARD she was “a woman who has responsibility and is prepared to take responsibility in the future”. Guardian

Donald Trump's National Security Adviser Calls Him A 'Kindergartner'
Donald Trump's national security adviser reportedly mocked the US president and called him a "kindergartner" during a private dinner. General H.R. McMaster is said to have made the disparaging remarks about his boss during a meeting with Oracle CEO Safra Catz in July. During the meeting General McMaster mocked Mr Trump calling him an "idiot" and a dope, adding he had the intelligence of a "kindergartner", five sources told BuzzFeed News. Telegraph
VOA VIEW: McMasters is toast if true.

Bill Clinton Facing Four Sexual Assault Lawsuits
Bill Clinton is reportedly facing fresh allegations of sexual assault by four women, according to the author of a book on the former president. Edward Klein, who has written several books on the Clinton family, has claimed Mr Clinton is facing four separate lawsuits by women who are seeking substantial payouts.The women claim Mr Clinton assaulted them while they were in their late teens and working for playboy billionaire investor Ron Burkle. Telegraph

Mugabe 'Let Wife Grace Usurp Power'
Zimbabwe's ruling Zanu-PF party is set to begin impeachment proceedings against President Robert Mugabe on charges that include allowing his wife "to usurp constitutional power". The motion is now due to be presented to parliament on Tuesday. Senior party member Paul Mangwana said the process could take as little as two days to complete, and President Mugabe could be removed by Wednesday. BBC

Uber And Volvo Strike Deal For 24,000 Self-Drive Cars
Uber has struck a deal to buy up to 24,000 self-driving cars from Volvo. The agreement envisages that the pick-up service will purchase the vehicles over the course of three years beginning in 2019. Uber began testing prototypes made by the carmaker last year in the US. One expert said the announcement "makes a good headline" but had doubts that fully autonomous, driverless Uber rides would be ready to begin until some years later. Uber and Volvo have not disclosed financial terms, but have confirmed that the deal is "non-exclusive" - meaning both are free to form similar partnerships with others. BBC

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