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Serena Williams Breaks Her Silence on US Open Controversy

Meanwhile, Williams' husband slams a New York Times study, which tries to discredit her claim about the treatment of women in professional tennis.

Serena Williams continues to dispute comments that she received coaching during her matchup with Naomi Osaka at the US Open final on Sept. 8.

In an interview with an Australian talk show, The Project, scheduled to air next Sunday, Williams refutes the remark her coach Patrick Mouratoglou made about gesturing to her from the stands. She denies cheating.

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Woman Accusing Brett Kavanaugh of Sexual Assault Willing to Testify Before Senate Panel

Lawyer said of her client: "She believes, that but for his inebriation and his inability to take her clothes off, he would have raped her."

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Christine Blasey Ford will relive trauma from more than 30 years ago as her alleged attacker, Brett Kavanaugh, sits through confirmation hearings, which could place him in a seat of power over law for a generation.

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Border Patrol Supervisor Arrested for Serial Murders

Courageous sex worker escapes and alerts police. "We consider this man to be a serial killer who was preying on one victim after another," Webb County Sheriff Martin Cuellar said.

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U.S. Border Patrol hasn't had the best reputation when it comes to immigration issues, building trust among the people and community engagement.

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Update 9/17/18, 6:21 P.M.

Neo Nazi's Lawyer Steps Down as Court Date Pushed to November

Bail for Samuel Woodward, accused of stabbing 19-year-old Blaze Bernstein to death in January, has been set at $5 million, and Woodward needs a new lawyer.

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Philando Castile's Mom Goes Off On NRA's Dana Loesch

Valerie Castile was not for the games regarding NRA's Dana Loesch's ignorant comments.

NRA spokeswoman Dana Loesch suggested Botham Jean might still be alive today if only he was "a law-abiding gun owner" and Philando Castile's still-grieving mother, Valerie Castile, rightfully, went off.

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Another CBS Big Wig is Out — '60 Minutes' Executive Producer Jeff Fager Has Been Fired

The last member of CBS' broadcasting "Rat Pack" appears to be out, as well.

Jeff Fager, the executive producer of the long-running award-winning news show "60 Minutes" was fired Wednesday.

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An astounding 20,000 pallets of unopened bottled water was discovered on a runway in Ceiba, Puerto Rico.

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Trump Says of Aid to Puerto Rico: 'Incredibly Successful' Storm Response

"If he thinks the death of 3,000 people is a success, God help us all," said Carmen Yulín Cruz, the mayor of San Juan.

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President Trump actually boasted on Tuesday about the shortcomings that killed 3,000 Puerto Ricans during, and after, Hurricane Maria last September.

He said that while the response to hurricanes in Texas and Florida got excellent grades, "I think that Puerto Rico was an incredible, unsung success."

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