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Aston-Reese lifts Pens past Kings for 10th home win a row

PITTSBURGH (AP) – Zach Aston-Reese broke a third-period tie with a power-play function and the Pittsburgh Penguins beat the Los Angeles Kings Three-1 on Thursday evening for their 10th directly home victory. Two nights after scoring his first two NHL objectives, Aston-Reese gave the Penguins the lead at five:24 of ...

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Cristina Garcia, #MeToo chief, faces new misconduct claims

SACRAMENTO, Calif. — California Assemblywoman Cristina Garcia, a vocal chief of the #MeToo motion, faces contemporary allegations of misconduct, together with common discussions about intercourse and alcohol intake at her Capitol workplace. San Diego legal professional Dan Gilleon filed a proper grievance Wednesday with the Legislature detailing the allegations on ...

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Arizona House approves ban on harassment secrecy pacts

PHOENIX (AP) - The Arizona House on Thursday authorized regulation permitting sufferers of sexual misconduct to speak to police or testify in a prison case despite the fact that they signed a non-disclosure settlement as a part of a civil agreement. The proposal from Republican Rep. Maria Syms of Paradise ...

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Immigration debate shunned nearly 100 proposals

Nearly 100 immigration plans have been left to rot within the hopper when the Senate concluded a long-awaited immigration debate Thursday. What used to be heralded as a freewheeling debate and a weeklong flooring battle used to be whittled right down to about two hours of votes to kill a ...

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