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Trump takes aim at Mueller as speculation over Russia probe’s end grows:

President Donald Trump is acting like he knows something about the Russia investigation that the rest of America has yet to learn.

His Twitter explosion on Thursday targeting special counsel Robert Mueller — his “thugs” and his “witch hunt” investigation — came without an apparent immediate cause.

But Trump’s temper apparently boiled over after meetings on three successive days between the President and his lawyers as they work out written answers for Mueller about alleged collusion between his campaign and Russia in the 2016 campaign.
The Washington Post reported on Thursday that there are at least two dozen questions about events that took place before the 2016 election.

Kim Porter, mother of Sean ‘Diddy’ Combs’ children, dies at 47:

Model and actress Kim Porter, who shares three children with musician and entrepreneur Sean “Diddy” Combs, died Thursday, a representative of Combs told CNN.

Porter was 47.
“Sadly, I can confirm the passing of Kim Porter. I ask that you give the families privacy at this time,” Combs’ publicist Cyndi Berger said in a statement.
Porter was found dead in her Toluca Lake home on Thursday morning, the Los Angeles County medical examiner’s office said in a statement. No information about the cause of her death was released.

Faith compelled Notre Dame students to take a knee during the National Anthem to protest racism:

More than 100 students knelt on the benches of Notre Dame Stadium while “The Star-Spangled Banner” played during the school’s football game against Florida State University on Saturday.

Taking a knee to protest racial injustices began in 2016 when then-San Francisco 49ers quarterback Colin Kaepernick knelt during the national anthem before a preseason NFL game.
Kaepernick’s actions were based mostly on political issues, but the students wanted to put a spin on the protest and make it a religious matter as well.
“We wanted to frame this movement around Notre Dame’s religion, which is Catholic. Some made it a moment of silence, and others prayed,” said Katie Hieatt, one of five protest organizers

Thanksgiving getaways: 5 great places to go:

Thanksgiving is the busiest travel holiday period of the year, with tens of millions expected to travel.
For anyone not loading up the SUV to make the trek to the family homestead, here are some other yummy options you might want to consider. And you don’t even need a passport.
Space for many of these events is limited and could fill up. If you miss out this year, you might want to get ahead of the game and book it for next Thanksgiving. Check out these Thanksgiving destinations across the USA:

Officer in Parkland shooting fights subpoena and refuses to testify:

The school resource officer, criticized for not entering the building to confront the Parkland shooter, will not testify in an investigation of the shooting.

Scot Peterson’s lawyer, Joseph DiRuzzo III, told CNN that the former resource officer was subpoenaed to testify before a state commission investigating the February school shooting that left 17 people dead. DiRuzzo filed a three-point suit on Thursday to fight that subpoena and keep his client from having to appear at this week’s hearings.
The suit lists Marjorie Stoneman Douglas High School Safety Commission, the chair of the commission Bob Gualtieri and commissioner of the Florida Department of Law Enforcement Richard L. Swearingen as the defendants. DiRuzzo alleges that the commission has abused the process and veered from its original purpose of finding facts to serving “personal agendas of the Commission members.”

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