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Mutants. Children of the atom. Professor Charles Xavier assembled a team of men and women who have extraordinary gifts that include the ability to control the weather, heal while revealing adamantium claws, transform into solid metal, or phase through

Mutants. Children of the atom. Professor Charles Xavier assembled a team of men and women who have extraordinary gifts that include the ability to control the weather, heal while revealing adamantium claws, transform into solid metal, or phase through walls. While humankind may hate or fear mutants, Professor X has tasked his proteges to protect both humanity and mutantkind, so that everyone could live in peace. Since the X-Men’s very first issue — which dropped on September 10,1963 — hundreds of mutants have stepped up to the plate to defend the world from evil mutants, giant robots, and cannibalistic aliens.

However, not every X-Man (or woman) made it back to the Xavier Institute for Higher Institute alive. Some of these outstanding mutants sacrificed their lives to better the relationship between mutants and humans. Over the past 54 years, some of the X-Men’s greatest adversaries have gotten the better of Marvel’s merry mutants. These adventures did feature gruesome battles saw the X-Men be either severely beaten and physically or mentally broken by their adversaries. While X-Men fans and comic book aficionados may have fond feelings for these classic stories, CBR found 15 times that the X-Men’s greatest adversaries brutally destroyed the team.

“The Dark Phoenix Saga” marked a turning point for the X-Men franchise. Mastermind and The Hellfire Club manipulated Phoenix into thinking she was the organization’s Black Queen. Their actions led to Phoenix’s transformation into Dark Phoenix and her descent into madness. Dark Phoenix brutally wiped out an innocent star system. Shi’ar Empress Lilandra demanded retribution and ordered Phoenix’s execution.

If you're offered a trick or treat on Halloween, it's quite likely to be by someone dressed as a witch. It used to be said that those who travel on the night of 31 October should cross a piece of bread with salt in order to avoid a witch's evil clutches.

A frenzy of witch-hunts took place during this time in Europe, mostly in German-speaking parts, with an estimated 60,000 people put to death.

In mainland Europe and Scotland they burned them, with the peak period between 1580 and 1662 often referred to as The Burning Times. England and its colonies in north America preferred hanging.

The Obama administration knowingly let in at least 16 admitted MS-13 gang members who arrived at the U.S. as illegal immigrant teenagers in 2014, a top senator said Wednesday, citing internal documents that showed the teens were shipped to juvenile homes throughout the country.

Sen. Ron Johnson, chairman of the Senate Homeland Security Committee, said a whistleblower turned over Customs and Border Protection documents from 2014 detailing the 16 people who were caught crossing the border.

“CBP apprehended them, knew they were MS-13 gang members, and they processed and disbursed them into our communities,” Mr. Johnson, Wisconsin Republican, said.

But support for the president’s claim has come from an unlikely source: the “failing”  New York Times , which interviewed one of those “very fine” people for an article otherwise critical of Trump, arguing that his remarks have led to a widening split in the Republican Party.

”Good people can go to Charlottesville,” said Michelle Piercy, a night shift worker at a Wichita, Kan., retirement home, who drove all night with a conservative group that opposed the planned removal of a statue of the Confederate general Robert E. Lee.

After listening to Mr. Trump on Tuesday, she said it was as if he had channeled her and her friends — all gun-loving defenders of free speech, she said, who had no interest in standing with Nazis or white supremacists: ”It’s almost like he talked to one of our people.”

Mutants. Children of the atom. Professor Charles Xavier assembled a team of men and women who have extraordinary gifts that include the ability to control the weather, heal while revealing adamantium claws, transform into solid metal, or phase through walls. While humankind may hate or fear mutants, Professor X has tasked his proteges to protect both humanity and mutantkind, so that everyone could live in peace. Since the X-Men’s very first issue — which dropped on September 10,1963 — hundreds of mutants have stepped up to the plate to defend the world from evil mutants, giant robots, and cannibalistic aliens.

However, not every X-Man (or woman) made it back to the Xavier Institute for Higher Institute alive. Some of these outstanding mutants sacrificed their lives to better the relationship between mutants and humans. Over the past 54 years, some of the X-Men’s greatest adversaries have gotten the better of Marvel’s merry mutants. These adventures did feature gruesome battles saw the X-Men be either severely beaten and physically or mentally broken by their adversaries. While X-Men fans and comic book aficionados may have fond feelings for these classic stories, CBR found 15 times that the X-Men’s greatest adversaries brutally destroyed the team.

“The Dark Phoenix Saga” marked a turning point for the X-Men franchise. Mastermind and The Hellfire Club manipulated Phoenix into thinking she was the organization’s Black Queen. Their actions led to Phoenix’s transformation into Dark Phoenix and her descent into madness. Dark Phoenix brutally wiped out an innocent star system. Shi’ar Empress Lilandra demanded retribution and ordered Phoenix’s execution.

If you're offered a trick or treat on Halloween, it's quite likely to be by someone dressed as a witch. It used to be said that those who travel on the night of 31 October should cross a piece of bread with salt in order to avoid a witch's evil clutches.

A frenzy of witch-hunts took place during this time in Europe, mostly in German-speaking parts, with an estimated 60,000 people put to death.

In mainland Europe and Scotland they burned them, with the peak period between 1580 and 1662 often referred to as The Burning Times. England and its colonies in north America preferred hanging.

Mutants. Children of the atom. Professor Charles Xavier assembled a team of men and women who have extraordinary gifts that include the ability to control the weather, heal while revealing adamantium claws, transform into solid metal, or phase through walls. While humankind may hate or fear mutants, Professor X has tasked his proteges to protect both humanity and mutantkind, so that everyone could live in peace. Since the X-Men’s very first issue — which dropped on September 10,1963 — hundreds of mutants have stepped up to the plate to defend the world from evil mutants, giant robots, and cannibalistic aliens.

However, not every X-Man (or woman) made it back to the Xavier Institute for Higher Institute alive. Some of these outstanding mutants sacrificed their lives to better the relationship between mutants and humans. Over the past 54 years, some of the X-Men’s greatest adversaries have gotten the better of Marvel’s merry mutants. These adventures did feature gruesome battles saw the X-Men be either severely beaten and physically or mentally broken by their adversaries. While X-Men fans and comic book aficionados may have fond feelings for these classic stories, CBR found 15 times that the X-Men’s greatest adversaries brutally destroyed the team.

“The Dark Phoenix Saga” marked a turning point for the X-Men franchise. Mastermind and The Hellfire Club manipulated Phoenix into thinking she was the organization’s Black Queen. Their actions led to Phoenix’s transformation into Dark Phoenix and her descent into madness. Dark Phoenix brutally wiped out an innocent star system. Shi’ar Empress Lilandra demanded retribution and ordered Phoenix’s execution.

Mutants. Children of the atom. Professor Charles Xavier assembled a team of men and women who have extraordinary gifts that include the ability to control the weather, heal while revealing adamantium claws, transform into solid metal, or phase through walls. While humankind may hate or fear mutants, Professor X has tasked his proteges to protect both humanity and mutantkind, so that everyone could live in peace. Since the X-Men’s very first issue — which dropped on September 10,1963 — hundreds of mutants have stepped up to the plate to defend the world from evil mutants, giant robots, and cannibalistic aliens.

However, not every X-Man (or woman) made it back to the Xavier Institute for Higher Institute alive. Some of these outstanding mutants sacrificed their lives to better the relationship between mutants and humans. Over the past 54 years, some of the X-Men’s greatest adversaries have gotten the better of Marvel’s merry mutants. These adventures did feature gruesome battles saw the X-Men be either severely beaten and physically or mentally broken by their adversaries. While X-Men fans and comic book aficionados may have fond feelings for these classic stories, CBR found 15 times that the X-Men’s greatest adversaries brutally destroyed the team.

“The Dark Phoenix Saga” marked a turning point for the X-Men franchise. Mastermind and The Hellfire Club manipulated Phoenix into thinking she was the organization’s Black Queen. Their actions led to Phoenix’s transformation into Dark Phoenix and her descent into madness. Dark Phoenix brutally wiped out an innocent star system. Shi’ar Empress Lilandra demanded retribution and ordered Phoenix’s execution.

If you're offered a trick or treat on Halloween, it's quite likely to be by someone dressed as a witch. It used to be said that those who travel on the night of 31 October should cross a piece of bread with salt in order to avoid a witch's evil clutches.

A frenzy of witch-hunts took place during this time in Europe, mostly in German-speaking parts, with an estimated 60,000 people put to death.

In mainland Europe and Scotland they burned them, with the peak period between 1580 and 1662 often referred to as The Burning Times. England and its colonies in north America preferred hanging.

The Obama administration knowingly let in at least 16 admitted MS-13 gang members who arrived at the U.S. as illegal immigrant teenagers in 2014, a top senator said Wednesday, citing internal documents that showed the teens were shipped to juvenile homes throughout the country.

Sen. Ron Johnson, chairman of the Senate Homeland Security Committee, said a whistleblower turned over Customs and Border Protection documents from 2014 detailing the 16 people who were caught crossing the border.

“CBP apprehended them, knew they were MS-13 gang members, and they processed and disbursed them into our communities,” Mr. Johnson, Wisconsin Republican, said.

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