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Feds Gave Ghislaine Maxwell Paper Clothes Over Worries She May Commit Suicide: Report

Maxwell is being held at the same jail where Jeffrey Epstein killed himself.

Michael Cohen Sent Back to Prison After Dispute Over Plans to Write Trump Book

Cohen had been released on a medical furlough due to the coronavirus.

Trump Suggests He May Pardon Roger Stone Before He’s Set to Start Prison Stint Next Week

"If you say he's praying, his prayer may be answered," Trump said.

Houston’s Democratic Mayor Intervenes to Cancel Texas GOP In-Person Convention

The mayor instructed the venue operator to cancel its contract with the Republican Party.

Facebook Shuts Down Roger Stone’s Instagram Account For Spreading “Inauthentic” Information

Stone's account was linked to a network of fake posters.

Supreme Court Rejects Trump Immunity in NY Tax Return Case, But Punts on Congressional Subpoena

Trump-appointees Brett Kavanaugh and Neil Gorsuch sided with the court's liberals in both cases.

56 Florida Hospitals Hit Maximum ICU Capacity as State Risks Running Out of Beds

At least 56 hospitals in 25 of the state’s 67 counties have run out of ICU beds.

Harvard, MIT Sue Trump Administration For Policy to Expel Foreign Students Over Online Classes

"For many students, returning to their home countries to participate in online instruction is impossible, impracticable, prohibitively expensive, and/or dangerous," the lawsuit says.

Black Birdwatcher Refuses to Cooperate in Criminal Case Against White Woman Who Called Cops on Him

"She’s already paid a steep price,” Christian Cooper said. “Bringing her more misery just seems like piling on.”

Florida Orders Schools to Reopen Despite Coronavirus Cases Skyrocketing

Schools must provide in-person instruction five days a week to families who want it, the order said.