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  2. Donald Trump sexual misconduct allegations - Wikipedia

    Alva Johnson (2019) On February 25, 2019, Alva Johnson filed a lawsuit against Trump, alleging he had forcibly kissed her at a rally in Florida in August 2016 while she was working on his 2016 presidential campaign. Johnson said two people—including Pam Bondi, then the attorney general of Florida—saw the kiss, but both denied seeing it.

  3. Deval Patrick - Wikipedia

    Sigh assaulted his wife again in 2017; in June 2019 he was convicted of rape, stalking, kidnapping, and witness intimidation. In November 2019, Patrick spoke to the NH Journal about having intervened to help keep his brother-in-law off the sex offender registry, saying, "No, I don't have any regrets. [...] I stuck up for him then because that ...

  4. Criticism of Apple Inc. - Wikipedia

    In 2019, the developers of the email app BlueMail sued Apple for patent infringement of its "Share Email" feature via Sign in with Apple (which uses automatic disposable e-mails), and vaguely rejecting the app from the Mac App Store shortly after it announced the infringing feature. John Wiley & Sons and iCon: Steve Jobs

  5. 2020 United States presidential debates - Wikipedia

    Background. On October 11, 2019, the Commission on Presidential Debates (CPD) announced that it would host four debates; three of which would be between incumbent president Donald Trump, Democratic nominee and former Vice President Joe Biden, and any other participants that qualify, while one debate would be a vice presidential debate between incumbent vice president Mike Pence, Democratic ...

  6. September 11 attacks advance-knowledge conspiracy theories

    Various conspiracy theories allege that certain institutions or individuals had foreknowledge of the September 11 attacks in the United States in 2001. Some of the primary debates include whether the Bush administration or the United States Armed Forces had awareness of the planned attack methods, the precise volume of intelligence that American agencies had regarding al-Qaeda activities ...