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RPT-UPDATE 1-UK PM Johnson: All Conservative election candidates pledge to back my Brexit deal

RPT-UPDATE 1-UK PM Johnson: All Conservative election candidates pledge to back my Brexit dealBritish Prime Minister Boris Johnson has said that all Conservative Party candidates in the Dec. 12 election have pledged to back his Brexit deal, opening the door to getting the agreement passed through parliament if the party were to win a majority. "All 635 Conservative candidates standing at this election – every single one of them – has pledged to me that if elected they will vote in Parliament to pass my Brexit deal so we can end the uncertainty and finally leave the EU," Johnson told the Telegraph newspaper in an interview published http://bit.ly/2rSSQ8v late on Saturday. Johnson struck a last-minute Brexit deal with the European Union last month, as the bloc granted a third delay to the divorce that was originally supposed to take place on March 29.



UPDATE 1-In Trump-Nixon impeachment comparison, Pelosi raises specter of resignation

UPDATE 1-In Trump-Nixon impeachment comparison, Pelosi raises specter of resignationU.S. House Speaker Nancy Pelosi is amplifying her unfavorable comparison of President Donald Trump to fellow Republican Richard Nixon, saying that disgraced president at least cared enough about the country to leave office before his impeachment. In a CBS interview broadcast on Sunday, she alluded to Nixon's resignation after the Watergate scandal involving a break-in at Democratic Party headquarters and the subsequent cover-up.



Bloomberg admits he was wrong, apologizes for 'stop and frisk' - NY Times

Bloomberg admits he was wrong, apologizes for 'stop and frisk' - NY TimesFormer New York Mayor Michael Bloomberg admitted he was wrong to support the "stop and frisk" police practice that ensnared disproportionate numbers of blacks and Latinos, apologizing to a largely African-American church on Sunday as he weighs a presidential bid. Bloomberg, 77, has not formally entered the 2020 race, with the months-long nominating contests starting in February, but he has taken steps to get on the ballot in states with early filing deadlines. The self-made billionaire who served 12 years as New York mayor had long defended stop and frisk as an effective police tactic that saved lives, even after a federal judge in 2013 found it violated the rights of ethnic minorities.



Bloomberg admits he was wrong, apologizes for 'stop and frisk' - NY Times

Bloomberg admits he was wrong, apologizes for 'stop and frisk' - NY TimesFormer New York Mayor Michael Bloomberg admitted he was wrong to support the "stop and frisk" police practice that ensnared disproportionate numbers of blacks and Latinos, apologizing to a largely African-American church on Sunday as he weighs a presidential bid. Bloomberg, 77, has not formally entered the 2020 race, with the months-long nominating contests starting in February, but he has taken steps to get on the ballot in states with early filing deadlines. The self-made billionaire who served 12 years as New York mayor had long defended stop and frisk as an effective police tactic that saved lives, even after a federal judge in 2013 found it violated the rights of ethnic minorities.



Syracuse suspends fraternity after report of racial slur

Syracuse suspends fraternity after report of racial slurSyracuse University has suspended a fraternity and shut down social activities for all other fraternities for the rest of the semester after an African American student reported being called a racial slur. Chancellor Kent Syverud says the student told officials the slur came from a group of students and visitors on Saturday night. Syverud said Sunday that some of the students accused of being involved are part of a fraternity, which has been suspended pending the outcome of an investigation.





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