Sessions: I Didn't Lie Under Oath, Trump Hasn't Influenced DOJ
Jeff Sessions said although his Justice Department will consider investigations into Hillary Clinton, he could not say whether he would recuse himself from the matter, contradicting his previous statements on the matter.
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Talkin' With Joe 11/21WQAM's Joe Rose says the Dolphins will have to play a clean game, and lower their penalty count, if they have any shot at all against the Patriots. Also, Jay Cutler is in concussion protocol which means Matt Moore may start this Sunday.
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Man Takes Bite Out Of Officer While In Court, Police SayAt least seven officers escorted Godel Leveille in handcuffs after he reportedly bit an officer while in court.
Good Samaritans Lift Car Off Teen After Poor DecisionPolice said CJ Martin was conscious and alert when he got out from under the car but suffered road rash over parts of his body.
Charlie Rose Accused Of Sexual HarassmentCBS News says it has suspended Rose immediately while it looks into the matter.

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Investigators Looking Into Donald Trump Jr. Second Meeting With Russian OfficialThe two reportedly discussed a "mutual interest in firearms."
Trump Administration Ending Temporary Protection Status For HaitiansThe decision has immigration advocates up in arms.
Despite Irma, Tourism Numbers UpGov. Rick Scott said that Visit Florida, the state's tourism marketing agency, did an "aggressive" ad campaign following Irma to make sure people knew the state was still open for tourists.

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