Chaffetz defends White House for not providing information about Flynn payments
Rep. Jason Chaffetz, R-Utah, defended the White House Tuesday for not providing any documents about whether former national security adviser Michael Flynn failed to disclose payments from Russian and other foreign sources.
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The organization that's supposed to act as the oversight and "backbone" to the state's new homeless model took some of its first steps Tuesday toward owning and operating the three future homeless resource centers.
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Linda A. Johnson, Associated Press | Posted Apr 26th - 8:00am
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Annie Knox | Posted Apr 26th - 7:02am
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Andy Larsen | Posted Apr 26th - 1:11am
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Ashley Moser | Posted Apr 25th - 10:37pm
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Annie Knox and Andrew Adams | Posted Apr 25th - 10:22pm
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Ashley Kewish | Posted Apr 25th - 10:11pm
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Sam Penrod | Posted Apr 25th - 9:37pm
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Katie McKellar | Posted Apr 25th - 9:01pm
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Pat Reavy | Posted Apr 25th - 7:31pm
A new court date and a new judge for a Roy couple accused of zip tying the hands of their three adopted boys, leaving them locked in a room for hours with no light or toilet, and putting duct tape over their mouths.
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