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Possible voter fraud probed in tight North Carolina House race | Fox News

It’s been nearly a month since North Carolina voters cast their ballots for the 9th Congressional District, but officials are still holding off on certifying the winner amid an investigation of possible voter fraud pertaining to absentee ballots. North Carolina’s elections board unanimously decided to delay finalizing the results of the close U.S. House race in a meeting Tuesday. Friday’s board…

Disgruntled woman wanting free beer tries to torch Philadelphia deli | Fox News

A woman with a fiery attitude tried to torch the owner of a local deli when she wasn’t given free beer, Philadelphia police said. Mayhem ensued inside Wyncote Beer Deli around 10:30 a.m. on Nov. 20 when the unidentified woman demanded beer without the money to pay for it. When the deli owner’s refused to give her the beer, she allegedly threw a glass…

Dunkin’ says customers’ DD Perks accounts may have been compromised in security breach | Fox News

  Dunkin’ customers now have something slightly more pressing to worry about than getting the wrong football-themed cups. In a statement posted to its website, Dunkin’ Brands has confirmed that its security vendors informed the company of a data breach on Oct. 31 that may have allowed a third party to obtain “usernames and passwords” for Dunkin’s DD Perks members. More: Dunkin’ says…

Trump’s Former Lawyer Admits He Lied to Congress About Moscow Project

Attorney Michael Cohen admitted to lying to lawmakers in federal court on Thursday about how much he discussed his proposed business project in Moscow with his former client, President Donald Trump. Special counsel Robert Mueller has been leading the investigation, which is looking at whether the president or his associates colluded with Russian interests during the presidential election of 2016. Cohen became…