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Pres. Trump gets good health review following latest physical exam

President Trump is in great health according to the results of his latest physical exam. The president spent the day at Walter Reed National Military Medical center in Maryland, where he was examined by his physician and 11 other board certified specialists for a total of four hours. Physician to the president Sean Conley released a statement shortly after, saying he is happy to announce the president is in great health, and anticipates he will remain so for the duration of his time in office, and beyond.

VA. LT. Gov. removed from DLGA after 2nd assault accuser comes forward

Embattled Virginia Lieutenant Governor Justin Fairfax is ousted as chairman from the Democratic Lieutenant Governors Association, as the fallout from his sexual misconduct allegations continues. Fairfax was removed from his position Friday, after a second woman came forward accusing him of sexual assault. The woman claimed Fairfax forced her to perform oral sex while they were students at Duke University in 2000.

Sen. Warren officially launches 2020 bid for the White House

Democrat Senator Elizabeth Warren officially launches her 2020 bid for the White House. The Massachusetts lawmaker officially kicked off her campaign during a rally in Lawrence Saturday. Warren seemed to confirm rumors she would run last month, after forming an exploratory committee, and visiting multiple early primary states.

Federal prosecutors investigating NAT’L enquirer over Bezos scandal

Federal prosecutors are now looking into whether the national enquirer violated an immunity agreement, after Amazon CEO Jeff Bezos claimed it’s parent company tried to blackmail and extort him. On Friday, sources said prosecutors with the southern district of New York are investigating the conduct of American Media INC. This comes after Bezos wrote online that AMI threatened to expose photos of him and his mistress, if he didn’t kill a Washington Post investigation of the publisher.

Report: North Korea illegally sells goods between ships in violation of sanctions

A new report accuses North Korea of benefiting from illegal trade with other countries. South Korean media outlets are reporting that dozens of ships from around the world are swapping goods with North Korean vessels out on the open ocean. They said Pyongyang has made over $5 million from these ship-to-ship transfers of coal and oil products, in violation of strict sanctions.