• Video expected to be shown in Penn State pledge's death case
Video expected to be shown in Penn State pledge's death case

He died two days later at the hospital. Scicchitano spoke at preliminary hearing at a courthouse near campus that will determine if there's enough evidence to send the case to trial. By 11:22 p.m., he said, the 19-year-old's blood-alcohol content was between.28 percent and.36 percent, and the fraternity brothers struggled to hold him up.

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  • Defense police expert: Yanez was justified in shooting Castile
Defense police expert: Yanez was justified in shooting Castile

Castile replied, "I'm not pulling it out", as Yanez opened fire. Only 12 will deliberate, with three serving as alternates. Finally, he added that even if Castile was reaching for his wallet, Yanez's decision to shoot him might still be justified if the officer reasonably believed Castile was reaching for his gun.

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  • That's no normal runner: Bear crosses through Colorado race
That's no normal runner: Bear crosses through Colorado race

At least one person (aside from Sanborn) noticed the bear and began taking pictures. Donald Sanborn shared this photo on his Facebook page of a bear running across a Colorado road during a race on June 12, 2017. Describing the encounter to CBS Denver , Mr Sanborn said: "I'm in the middle of the race, and I was actually thinking, 'Would you hur...

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  • Another Federal Appeals Court Says Trump's Travel Ban Should Remain On Hold
Another Federal Appeals Court Says Trump's Travel Ban Should Remain On Hold

Previous rulings have focused on Trump's call, before assuming office, for a travel ban against "all Muslims" in denying the ban, even though the eventual ban focused only on countries with terror ties and not on people based on their religion.

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  • North Korea 'poses a threat to us all': Mattis
North Korea 'poses a threat to us all': Mattis

Mattis, speaking at the Shangri-La defense summit in Singapore, said the United States would not accept China's militarization of man-made islands in the resource-rich South China Sea because it undermines stability in the region. He called North Korea an "urgent military threat". Pyongyang on Monday test-fired another rocket, the lates...

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  • Philippine flag raised on Independence Day in war-torn city
Philippine flag raised on Independence Day in war-torn city

Fighting in the city has left a total of 58 soldiers and police and more than 20 civilians dead, the military said, estimating that nearly 200 militants have been killed. "I want them out", Duterte declared. Give me salt and vinegar. For six decades, the Philippines was a key ally in the fight against terrorism and helped the U.S.

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  • Immigration arrests of dozens of Chaldeans prompt protest
Immigration arrests of dozens of Chaldeans prompt protest

He says the focus is consistent with "routine, targeted arrests" by ICE. Caiden Nguyen's father was arrested by ICE and said she was in the home in Detroit when ICE agents arrived to arrest Hanh Nguyen. He said the group is working to raise awareness, intervene in whatever way possible, and contact elected officials "to see what we could do to ...

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  • Trump Travel Ban US arrivals plunge from 6 countries hit
Trump Travel Ban US arrivals plunge from 6 countries hit

The revised executive order bans travel from six Muslim-majority countries - Iran, Syria, Yemen, Somalia, Sudan and Libya - dropping Iraq , which was part of the original ban. The 9th Circuit Court struck down President Trump's travel ban and used his own Twitter account against him in the process, as a three-judge panel cited Trump's late...

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  • Cosby defense rests without calling the comedian to testify
Cosby defense rests without calling the comedian to testify

The defense says it's calling just one witness: the detective who led the 2005 investigation into allegations Cosby drugged and violated Andrea Constand at his suburban Philadelphia home . While over 60 women have come out and publicly accused Cosby of drugging and sexually assaulting them over the decades and are pursuing civil cases, all of th...

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  • Intelligence Chiefs Say They Weren't 'Pressured' to Intervene in FBI Investigation
Intelligence Chiefs Say They Weren't 'Pressured' to Intervene in FBI Investigation

Acting FBI Director Andrew McCabe and Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein will also testify. "If any of this is true, it would be an appalling and improper use of our intelligence professionals - an act that could erode the public's confidence in our intelligence institution", Warner said .

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  • Sessions says travel ban needed for security
Sessions says travel ban needed for security

The decision by a unanimous three-judge panel of the San Francisco-based 9th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals helps keep the travel ban blocked and deals Trump a second big legal defeat on the policy in less than three weeks. But Trump's critics, who have approached various courts, believe his executive order is targeted against a particular religio...

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  • Police identify mother, 2 daughters found dead at Ohio home
Police identify mother, 2 daughters found dead at Ohio home

He called Scott Plymale, the mother's boyfriend who then called 911 after discovering the women's lifeless bodies, police said. Police on Monday identified the victims as 45-year-old Suzanne Taylor and her daughters, 21-year-old Taylor Pifer and 18-year-old Kylie Pifer .

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  • High court ruling speeds up generic biotech drug approval
High court ruling speeds up generic biotech drug approval

Although it has the capability of treating a wide range of conditions such as Crohn's disease, rheumatoid arthritis, plaque psoriasis, and variations of cancer, biosimilars do not have any access to the original active drug substances and are made of complex, living cells.

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  • Pulse nightclub victims honored on 1-year anniversary of tragedy
Pulse nightclub victims honored on 1-year anniversary of tragedy

Two mayors who were an integral part of the healing after the Pulse nightclub shooting in spoke during a memorial service. There are signed flags left by visitors from other states and countries. On June 12, 2016, 49 people enjoying a night out in Pulse club never came home. June, the internationally celebrated month for recognizing the LG...

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  • 49 victims of Pulse massacre remembered in daylong services
49 victims of Pulse massacre remembered in daylong services

The Pulse Nightclub attack was the deadliest mass shooting in modern history, declared an act of terrorism after shooter Omar Mateen , a resident of the Treasure Coast, was found to have personal links with Islamist terrorism on his home computer.

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  • Colorado officials disciplined for handling of allegations
Colorado officials disciplined for handling of allegations

The woman frequently visited him, according to the report. Tumpkin is still part of an ongoing investigation in Colorado, and is facing criminal charges for these same domestic violence incidents. "We are deeply disappointed in how cavalierly the university viewed the appropriate discipline", Peter Ginsberg, the attorney representing Tumpkin's ex...

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  • Heat continues, chances increasing for storms
Heat continues, chances increasing for storms

Showers and thunderstorms look most likely this afternoon through the evening with accumulations of less than an inch. Saturday - A chance of showers and thunderstorms. A typical early summer pattern is setting up across the region and that will keep warm/hot temperatures in the forecast through the week, along with scattered rain chances for...

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  • Professor eats his pro-Brexit book after election stunner
Professor eats his pro-Brexit book after election stunner

Thursday's turnout was 68.7 per cent which, given the distinct lack of appetite for another election when Theresa May made her shock announcement a little over seven weeks ago, is both remarkable and encouraging. "They think she lacks warmth", he said in an interview just before the vote, whereas Corbyn came across as someone who "doesn't ju...

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  • Author eats his book on live TV after wrong UK poll prediction
Author eats his book on live TV after wrong UK poll prediction

They got 40 per cent, meaning he had to tuck in. The Conservatives tried to cobble together a deal with the resurgent Liberal Democrats, and in the end, the two parties allowed Labour to get its Budget through. Labour retained its stronghold in Wales while the Conservatives won a surprising 13 seats in Scotland, their highest since 1983. Receive...

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  • Trump welcomes NCAA champion football team to White House
Trump welcomes NCAA champion football team to White House

Redshirt junior defensive end? The president hosted the Patriots for a similar South Lawn ceremony and visit in April. No word on when the University of South Carolina's women's national title team will make its White House visit.

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  • Sharif to hold talks with Saudi leadership on Qatar fallout
Sharif to hold talks with Saudi leadership on Qatar fallout

He said European countries, including France, were trying to ease tensions in support of Kuwait's mediation efforts, and he believed that the United States , which was also backing mediation, wanted restrictions on Doha to be lifted.

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  • Trump, Christie center stage in race they're not part of
Trump, Christie center stage in race they're not part of

Gov. Scott Walker (R-Wis.) and Murphy's opponent, Lt. Gov. Kim Guadagno (R-N.J.) - the Republican primary victor - called for Murphy to apologize for what some saw as a comparison between Trump and Hitler. He said he doesn't see her as a Christie clone but does see similarities between Murphy and Corzine. But there is more to the primary ra...

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  • Iran's Khamenei blames US for regional instability, creation of Islamic State
Iran's Khamenei blames US for regional instability, creation of Islamic State

As the Tehran Times reports, "Iran has been helping the governments in neighboring Iraq and Syria in fight against Daesh, which considers Shiites to be apostates". The number of disrupted plots appears to be far greater in Iran, a Shiite-majority country loathed by the militant Sunni extremists of the Islamic State, which has aimed to hit Iran si...

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  • Conservatives near revolt on Senate health care negotiations
Conservatives near revolt on Senate health care negotiations

Right now, Senate Republicans are still working on their version of the health care bill. Some Republican governors also question the plan. This has led many patients organisations called for politicians to block the bill, including the American Diabetes Association, which called on Congress to block the American Health Care Act (AHCA ) ...

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  • Melania Trump and son Barron move into the White House
Melania Trump and son Barron move into the White House

Trump's chief White House liaison to the Hill, Marc Short, admitted last week in a call with reporters that Russian Federation questions had sucked much of the oxygen out of the room. Sessions is scheduled to testify Tuesday before the Senate Intelligence committee and was due for sharp questioning. Soon after, Chuck Schumer issued a public chall...

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  • Virginia honors pair who challenged interracial marriage ban
Virginia honors pair who challenged interracial marriage ban

Virginia's historical highway marker program, which began in 1927 with the installation of the first historical markers along U.S. Route 1, is considered the oldest such program in the nation. RICHMOND, Va. (AP ) — When Richard and Mildred Loving had the audacity to marry, Virginia law officers jailed them. However, it isn't now recognized as an ...

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  • Sessions' testimony to Congress Tuesday to be open to public
Sessions' testimony to Congress Tuesday to be open to public

Shelby chairs the Senate appropriations subcommittee. The letter did not say whether Sessions planned to give public testimony or to appear before the panel behind closed doors. It later came out in closed session questioning that Sessions had yet another meeting with Russian ambassador to the US and purported spymaster Sergey Kislyak .

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  • Trump Addresses Infrastructure, Health Care in Ohio
Trump Addresses Infrastructure, Health Care in Ohio

We will "create new lanes of travel, commerce, and discovery, and we're going to see all the way into the future, which is going to be attractive, and. Though the President calls the plan a $1 trillion plan, Trump has previously proposed $200 billion in tax cuts that the White House and Trump administration hope will spur $1 trillion in infrastruct...

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  • Justices strike down gender differences in citizenship law
Justices strike down gender differences in citizenship law

Under current law, children of American mothers and non-U.S. fathers could become citizens as long as their mother lived in the US for one year, but in the reverse scenario, the American father must have lived in the States for at least 10 years, five of which past age 14.

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  • Conway says Comey testimony bad for Loretta Lynch
Conway says Comey testimony bad for Loretta Lynch

Lynch said the meeting was impromptu and they didn't discuss Clinton's private email server, but the appearance of impropriety forced her to back off and for Comey to become the public face of the probe . "The two have worked closely on the committee's review of matters related to Russian interference and the circumstances of James Comey's remov...

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  • US Appeals Court rules against Donald Trump travel ban
US Appeals Court rules against Donald Trump travel ban

The 9th Circuit, which decides federal cases for nine Western states, also said that Trump's order violated a provision of immigration law that bars nationality-based discrimination. Critics say the ban is discriminatory and violates the USA constitution by specifically targeting Muslim-majority countries . Attorney General Jeff Sessions iss...

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  • Baltimore native among three soldiers killed in Afghanistan
Baltimore native among three soldiers killed in Afghanistan

William Bays, 29, from Barstow, California, were also killed. In addition to Operation Freedom's Sentinel, U.S. troops are also in Afghanistan in a train, advise and assist mission with Afghan security forces dubbed Operation Resolute Support.

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  • Father killed in front of children after responding to ad about dog
Father killed in front of children after responding to ad about dog

Chelsea Bowman said her daughter witnessed the man hold a gun to Scott Bowman's head. To date no charges have been laid against the houseguest as police continue to "actively" investigate. Chelsea Bowman and her children were also taken in for questioning. Chelsea said the man became drunk and refused to leave after the couple asked him to go...

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  • 12-Year-Old Big Sister Helps Deliver Baby Brother
12-Year-Old Big Sister Helps Deliver Baby Brother

According to the post, Jacee wanted to attend her brother, Zaydn's birth 18 months ago but her parents felt she was too young to attend. "Dr Wolfe actually put her hands on the inside of his and allowed her to do the entire delivery", she explains.

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  • AAA Michigan: Statewide average gas prices fall 9 cents
AAA Michigan: Statewide average gas prices fall 9 cents

Previous year at this time, the average price of a gallon of regular in Rhode Island was a penny more, or $2.31. The Massachusetts price is 8 cents below the national average for regular of $2.34. Last month, OPEC extended production cuts in hopes of balancing the oil market. The lowest is Tampa at $2.30. The highest was about $2.42 in the Jackso...

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