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Police warn consumers about recent ‘buy and sell’ robberies in St. Louis County

Police warn consumers about recent ‘buy and sell’ robberies in St. Louis County

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ST. LOUIS COUNTY, Mo. - Police in St. Louis County are warning people about using "buy and sell" smartphone apps after three robberies and one attempted robbery during would-be purchases over the weekend. One of the victims was shot, police said. The victims were using the Letgo and Facebook Marketplace apps for deals on iPhone Xs and an Xbox game console in one instance, police said. According to police, the victims agreed to meet the supposed seller in seemingly safe areas in north county, just off of South Florissant road near a school in Cool Valley around 5:30 p.m. Sunday. The other three incidents were along Bermuda Road near Bermuda Elementary School. One of the robberies "went bad" and the victim was shot in the leg. All the crimes were during daylight hours with the first case la...
Retiring lawmakers warn GOP move to Trump will drive away women, minorities, youth

Retiring lawmakers warn GOP move to Trump will drive away women, minorities, youth

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Four Congressional Republicans who are not seeking re-election this November appeared together on Face the Nation on Sunday to discuss the state of the nation. Three of them — Sen. Jeff Flake (R-AZ), Rep. Ileana Ros-Lehtinen (R-FL), and Rep. Charlie Dent (R-PA) — each sharply criticized their own party’s move toward President Donald Trump. Ros-Lehtinen warned that the GOP’s policies in the Trump era are alienating women and minorities, especially the administration’s “schizophrenic” approach to immigration policy. “When you look at the future of the Republican Party, I think that we would be foolish to not see that we’re heading into trouble,” she observed, noting that women are becoming Democrats and outreach to minorities has be
A Former UN Ambassador Says Russia Made Him A Target. Now He Wants To Warn The US.

A Former UN Ambassador Says Russia Made Him A Target. Now He Wants To Warn The US.

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UN Photo A former ambassador to the United Nations claims he was improperly removed from his post last year following repeated pressure from Russian officials.Vlad Lupan, who served as Moldova’s ambassador to the UN from 2012 until he was asked to leave in June 2017, told BuzzFeed News that he was the subject of years of attacks by Russia through diplomatic channels and others means, including a fake news campaign in 2014 that contributed to a vote of no-confidence in parliament against the ruling coalition in Moldova, a country that has long wrestled with Russian influence.Lupan told BuzzFeed News in an interview that shortly following a visit to Moscow in early 2017, Moldovan President Igor Dodon told a meeting of foreign diplomats that removing Lupan from his post at t...