New Trump rule barred DePaul student from overseas from entering the U.S., lawsuit says

An international student was denied entry into the United States because of a new Trump administration rule on foreign students. | Rich Hein/Sun-Times file photo The University of Illinois, Chicago, Northwestern and DePaul have all signed onto a lawsuit challenging the rule that prevents foreign students from being in the U.S. if they are only […]

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No bail for 2 accused of helping ex-Nissan boss escape Japan

A federal judge in Boston has denied bail to a Massachusetts father and son who prosecutors say helped smuggle Nissan’s former chairman out of Japan last year By The Associated Press July 10, 2020, 6:41 PM 2 min read BOSTON — A Massachusetts father and son who prosecutors say helped smuggle Nissan’s former chairman out […]

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Johnny Depp Shuts Down Claim That He ‘Slapped’ Amber Heard For Making Fun Of His Tattoo: ‘I Didn’t Hit Her’

Johnny Depp denied in court that he ever assaulted ex-wife Amber Heard when she reportedly mocked his famous ‘wino forever’ tattoo. He claimed he doesn’t even remember her making fun of it. Johnny Depp vehemently denied during the second day of his trial in London that he “slapped” ex-wife Amber Heard, 34, when she was […]

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White House Dismisses Reports of Bounties, but Is Silent on Russia

First President Trump denied knowing about it. Then he called it a possible “hoax.” Next, the White House attacked the news media. And now an unnamed intelligence official is to blame. The one thing Mr. Trump and his top officials have not done is to address the substance of intelligence reports that Russia paid bounties […]

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Regulators deny quick approval of new Great Lakes pipeline

A Michigan regulatory agency has denied Enbridge’s request for quick approval of its plan to put a replacement oil pipeline beneath a Great Lakes channel By JOHN FLESHER AP Environmental Writer June 30, 2020, 6:58 PM 3 min read 3 min read Share to FacebookShare to TwitterEmail this article Traverse City, Mich. — A Michigan […]

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Judge Orders Roger Stone to Report to Prison Next Month

WASHINGTON — A federal judge on Friday denied a request by President Trump’s friend Roger J. Stone Jr. for a two-month delay before he begins serving his prison term, despite the fact that his motion was unopposed by the Justice Department. Judge Amy Berman Jackson of the United States District Court for the District of […]

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Mel Gibson responds to Winona Ryder’s Jewish ‘oven dodger’ accusations

Mel Gibson has denied bombshell claims by Winona Ryder that the Aussie actor-director lobbed anti-Semitic slurs at the actress at a Hollywood party in 1995. The “Stranger Things” star and Gen X icon accused Gibson in an interview Sunday of calling her an “oven dodger” when he learned of her Jewish heritage. The offensive term […]

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McEnany denies Trump ordered slowdown in coronavirus testing, says rally comment was made ‘in jest’

White House press secretary Kayleigh McEnany denied Monday that President Trump had ordered a slowdown in coronavirus testing after he quipped over the weekend, “I said to my people, slow the testing down, please.” McEnany said the president’s remarks at his Tulsa rally about coronavirus testing was “a comment that he made in jest, a comment […]

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Chris D’Elia: 5 Things To Know About Comedian Facing Accusations About Sexual Misconduct

Chris D’Elia has denied allegations from multiple women that he allegedly sexually harassed them when they were underage. Amidst the controversy, here’s what else you need to know about the ‘You’ star. Comedian Chris D’Elia, 40, has been accused of sexual misconduct by multiple women on Twitter, who claimed he allegedly sexually harassed them when they […]

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Whether he knows it or not, Sammy Sosa is getting exactly what he wants — attention

Former Cubs slugger Sammy Sosa has steadfastly denied using performance-enhancing drugs during his career. | Mike Fiala/AFP via Getty Images We’re talking about him (again) because he’s denying (again) that he used performance-enhancing drugs during his career. Maybe Sammy Sosa is brilliant and his lack of a MacArthur genius grant is a scandalous oversight. Maybe […]

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‘Vanderpump Rules’ Brittany Cartwright Breaks Silence On Faith Stowers Controversy Amid Cast Firings

Brittany Cartwright denied the recent racist allegations seemingly made against her by former co-star Faith Stowers when she responded to a fan asking her to address allegedly calling Faith’s hair ‘nappy.’ Brittany Cartwright, 31, is standing up for herself and insisting she doesn’t have a “racist bone” in her body in response to her former […]

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Joe Exotic’s husband claims he’s standing by his jailed man

Joe Exotic’s husband, Dillon Passage, has denied his beau’s recent accusation that he abandoned the disgraced ex-zookeeper while he was in jail. In a heartfelt Instagram post uploaded Tuesday, the 22-year-old Dillon claimed that he’s been sending the “Tiger King” star letters on the reg and “is standing by him” in his time of need. […]

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Trump Rebuffs Protests Over Systemic Racism and Calls Police ‘Great People’

President Trump on Monday flatly denied that systemic problems existed in American police departments, declaring that as many as 99.9 percent of the nation’s officers are “great, great people” as he rebuffed mass street protests denouncing racist behavior in law enforcement. Mr. Trump, who has adopted an uncompromising law-and-order posture and scorned demonstrations that have […]

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Rosenstein denies he suggested wearing wire, invoking 25th Amendment against Trump

Former Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein adamantly denied Wednesday that he ever suggested wearing a wire to record President Trump or invoking the 25th Amendment to remove him from office. Rosenstein appeared before the Senate Judiciary Committee as the first witness as part of the panel’s investigation into the origins of the Russia probe. CRUZ […]

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Trump Denies, Then Admits, Going to White House Bunker During Protest

WASHINGTON — President Trump on Wednesday first denied and then acknowledged that he had gone to a secure bunker in the White House over the weekend as protesters demonstrated nearby but said he went there for an “inspection,” not because of concerns over his safety. “Well, it was a false report,” Mr. Trump said during […]

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Order to prevent spread of coronavirus at Cook County Jail to continue while sheriff’s office appeals

Cook County Jail | Sun-Times file A federal judge also denied a request for the sheriff’s office to quickly turn over records to attorneys for detainees about whether jail is following the court’s order. A federal judge ruled Friday that his order mandating action to prevent the spread of the coronavirus at the Cook County […]

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Biden camp denies ex-VP confused D-Day with Pearl Harbor Day during fundraiser

Joe Biden’s campaign on Wednesday denied that the former vice president had confused the date of the D-Day invasion of northern Europe in World War II with the date of Pearl Harbor Day during a fundraiser. During a livestreamed discussion with Pennsylvania Gov. Tom Wolf, Biden appeared to switch the June 6 anniversary of the […]

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Supreme Court Rejects Bid for Virus Protections in Texas Prison

WASHINGTON — The Supreme Court denied a request on Thursday from two inmates in a Texas geriatric prison to reinstate a trial judge’s order instructing officials to take steps to protect them from the coronavirus pandemic. As is the Supreme Court’s custom in ruling on emergency applications, its brief order was unsigned and gave no […]

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Trump denies US involvement in failed Venezuela raid, says he ‘wouldn’t send a small little group’

President Trump on Friday denied the U.S. was involved in a failed attempt to overthrow Venezuelan dictator Nicolas Maduro, saying if he ever decided to nab Maduro he “wouldn’t send a small little group.” “If I wanted to go into Venezuela, I wouldn’t make a secret about it. I wouldn’t send a small little group, […]

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Trump denies US government involved in foiled Venezuela attacks

President Trump on Tuesday denied any U.S.-involvement in a failed coup attempt in Venezuela for which two U.S. citizens were arrested. Trump said he had just learned of the detention of the two men whom Venezuela accuses of being mercenaries. “Whatever it is, we’ll let you know,” Trump told reporters at the White House before […]

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Senate Office Says It Can’t Release Records Biden Requested

On Friday, as he forcefully denied an allegation of sexual assault made against him by a former Senate aide, Joseph R. Biden Jr. called on the National Archives to release any complaint related to the accusation. But the National Archives immediately responded that any such personnel records would not be under its control but would […]

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U.S. district judge rules Pritzker’s stay-at-home order constitutional

The Beloved Church of Lena, Illinois, saw its lawsuit against Gov. J.B. Pritzker denied Sunday. | Google Maps Judge John Lee of the U.S. District Court denied The Beloved Church of Lena’s motion for a temporary restraining order that would’ve allowed them to host services with 80 people. A U.S. district judge issued a ruling […]

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Biden rejects Tara Reade account entirely, says ‘the facts in this case do not exist’

Former Vice President Joe Biden on Friday unequivocally denied the sexual assault allegation leveled against him by his former Senate staffer Tara Reade, declaring in his first interview on the claim that “the facts in this case do not exist” and presenting an account that is directly at odds with his accuser’s. During the interview on MSNBC’s […]

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