• California Congressman Moves to Impeach President Trump
California Congressman Moves to Impeach President Trump

Some say impeachment would yield the presidency to Mike Pence who they see as an extreme right wing ideologue who could be worse than Trump . Sherman's proposal, circulated to colleagues along with a letter, states that the president sought to hinder and stop federal investigations by "threatening and then terminating James Comey ", the...

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  • New data show IN kids 'surviving, but not thriving'
New data show IN kids 'surviving, but not thriving'

IN ranked 30th previous year. Across all categories, family, economics, education and health, IN ranks 28th for the well-being of its children. The Atlanta Journal-Constitution recently reported that suicide is the second-leading cause of death for 15-to-17-year-olds in Georgia, behind auto crashes.

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  • Sessions Testifies Before Senate Intelligence Committee
Sessions Testifies Before Senate Intelligence Committee

Sessions raised his voice to the Democratic senator pressing him for an answer, insisting there were no such reasons. "I do not", Sessions said when asked whether he knows whether the president records his conversations. "I am not stonewalling", Sessions said. He doesn't think President Donald Trump's "grab 'em by the p****" comment was se...

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  • Jury re-watches 2 key videos in police shooting of motorist
Jury re-watches 2 key videos in police shooting of motorist

In his instructions to jurors, Ramsey County judge William Leary emphasized the solemnity of the role of the jury: "The responsibility that rests upon you should be borne courageously and without fear or favor". Paulsen also pointed out that Yanez was the only witness to testify that he smelled burnt marijuana. "The victim in this case was a good...

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  • Polls open in Virginia's primary election
Polls open in Virginia's primary election

Elizabeth WarrenElizabeth WarrenNortham defeats Sanders-backed candidate in Va.gov primary Warren goes on tweetstorm over Sessions testimony: "He should resign" Mattis on Qatar crisis: Russian Federation "trying to break" world alliances MORE (D-Mass.), another progressive stalwart.

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  • Trump won't say if tapes exist; would testify under oath about Comey
Trump won't say if tapes exist; would testify under oath about Comey

William Brangham has the story. "No collusion, no obstruction, he's a leaker", he said. "I hardly know the man", Trump insisted during a news conference alongside Romanian President Klaus Iohannis in the White House Rose Garden.

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  • Melania And Barron Trump Now Call The White House 'Home'
Melania And Barron Trump Now Call The White House 'Home'

Mother and son broke with tradition by living at Trump Tower in NY since the inauguration so that Barron, now 11, could finish the school year uninterrupted; the president lived and worked at the White House . She also faced criticism for not officially taking up the role of the first lady while Ivanka was by her father's side on most occasions. ...

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  • Senate bars journalists from filming senators in Capitol hallways
Senate bars journalists from filming senators in Capitol hallways

Hours later, however, amid heavy criticism from reporters and several senators, the chairman of the Senate Rules Committee appeared to suspend that decision while his committee reviewed the matter. Patty Murray (D-Wash.) to express her dismay at the mysterious rule change on camera in the basement of the Capitol. No more staking out hearings withou...

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  • Some hope California winner of $447M Powerball helps area
Some hope California winner of $447M Powerball helps area

The winning numbers were 20-26-32-38-58, with a Powerball number 3. Menifee Mayor Neil Winter said he hoped a local resident bought the winning ticket at the heavily visited store that has sold winners before but never for so much. A person or family in Sun City has become almost $448 million richer after buying a winning Powerball ticket, acc...

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  • Atty. Gen. Jeff Sessions testifies before Senate Intelligence Committee on Russian Federation probe
Atty. Gen. Jeff Sessions testifies before Senate Intelligence Committee on Russian Federation probe

At the heart of the controversy is Sessions' answer to a long and rambling question posed by Senator Al Franken during his confirmation hearing regarding alleged collusion with the Russians. Speaking at a news conference, Ryan said he knows Mueller and his team and has confidence in his investigation. "I'm not going to follow any orders unles...

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  • Warriors Clinch NBA Title After Beating Cavaliers in Game Five
Warriors Clinch NBA Title After Beating Cavaliers in Game Five

Durant was in the middle of writing history, and he was ready to finally defeat "The King" Lebron James when it counted. Golden State went 16-1 this postseason en route to winning an National Basketball Association championship. Green stayed on the court in a game that featured three technicals on one play 3:08 before halftime. He knew the Spu...

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  • Trump cheerleaders turn on special counsel Mueller
Trump cheerleaders turn on special counsel Mueller

Ruddy appeared to be basing his remarks, at least in part, on comments from Jay Sekulow, a member of Trump's legal team, who told ABC in an interview Sunday that he was "not going to speculate" on whether Trump might at some point order deputy attorney general Rod Rosenstein to fire Mueller.

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  • White House says travel ban is 'fully lawful'
White House says travel ban is 'fully lawful'

The administration is already asking the Supreme Court to review the earlier appeals court ruling and to let the ban go into effect immediately. Chin says the 9th U.S. The 9th Circuit panel yesterday removed the last remaining impediment for a more robust vetting procedure - should the administration actually have any idea what more it wants ...

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  • US strikes against pro-Syrian government forces in self-defense -Mattis
US strikes against pro-Syrian government forces in self-defense -Mattis

President Donald Trump has granted the Pentagon authority to set troop levels in Afghanistan , a United States official said Tuesday, a move that could lead to the deployment of thousands more soldiers. To date, more than 2,300 Americans have been killed and more than 17,000 wounded since the war began in 2001. Three U.S. soldiers were kil...

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  • Officer-involved shooting reported at state liquor store in Hampton
Officer-involved shooting reported at state liquor store in Hampton

Police spokesman Matt Bond said Monday the officer was wearing a bulletproof vest. The Attorney General's Office described it as an "unfolding investigation" and that more information would be released later. Video from Sky7 shows a heavy police presence at the store. Anyone who saw the pick-up truck between noon and 12:30 p.m.is asked to cont...

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  • Minnesota Officer Who Shot Philando Castile: 'I Had No Other Choice'
Minnesota Officer Who Shot Philando Castile: 'I Had No Other Choice'

Kapelsohn was hired by the defense to review the case pending against Yanez and render his opinion. A key issue in the trial is what Yanez saw before he fired seven shots into Castile's vehicle. The shooting took place seconds after Castile told Yanez, "Sir, I do have to tell you have I have a firearm on me". KARE 11's Lou Raguse has been in th...

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  • Jeff Sessions to appear before Senate Intelligence committee
Jeff Sessions to appear before Senate Intelligence committee

He said he had no knowledge of any collusion between US President Donald Trump's campaign and Russian officials, and denounced the claim that he was involved as an "appalling and detestable lie". "I'm not able to be rushed this fast, it makes me nervous", Sessions said. And since Attorney General Jeff Sessions has recused himself from the inves...

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  • North Bethesda Hotel Plays Role in New Trump Lawsuit
North Bethesda Hotel Plays Role in New Trump Lawsuit

Since taking office in January , Mr Trump has turned day-to-day control of his real estate empire and other assets over to a trust managed by his adult sons. The attorneys general didn't have to do much investigation to make their own case. The President has never relinquished ownership of the Trump Organization.

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  • Trump tells senators House health bill 'mean'
Trump tells senators House health bill 'mean'

Some GOP senators have expressed support for keeping some ObamaCare taxes to pay for their new healthcare bill as they negotiate a plan they will eventually merge with the House-passed measure. Like their colleagues in the House, they've held no hearings or public debates on what they're considering. Although Trump's Republican party ...

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  • Trump to tout apprenticeships as way to fill jobs gap
Trump to tout apprenticeships as way to fill jobs gap

The Labor Department says nine in 10 apprentices who complete their programs find jobs. "Just backstage, we were negotiating with a major, major incredible manufacturer of phones and computers and televisions, and I think they're going to give the governor a very happy surprise very soon", Trump said.

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  • Trump says travel ban ruling comes at 'dangerous time'
Trump says travel ban ruling comes at 'dangerous time'

But the three-judge panel - all Democratic appointees - did not address whether it was unconstitutional discrimination against Muslims . The court said it failed to justify why a ban was needed and restricted entry based on nationality. Like most of his "policies", President Donald Trump's travel ban on people from six predominantly Mus...

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  • Bill Cosby back in court for jury deliberations
Bill Cosby back in court for jury deliberations

Other than in the Constand case, Cosby has never been criminally charged in any other alleged incident, and has denied them all. Constand - then an athletic, 6-foot-tall college basketball staffer - said they made her dazed and groggy, and unable to say no or fight back when Cosby went inside her trousers.

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  • North Korea releases US citizen Otto Warmbier
North Korea releases US citizen Otto Warmbier

The former American student was arrested and detained in January 2016 for allegedly committing a "hostile act" while touring the volatile country. The University of Virginia student has been in a coma for more than a year. At the time of his sentencing, North Korea's harsh treatment of Warmbier was thought to point toward increased politica...

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  • Rolling Stone, fraternity agree to settle rape story lawsuit
Rolling Stone, fraternity agree to settle rape story lawsuit

Wenner Media, the magazine's parent company, declined to comment. Rolling Stone has settled a lawsuit with the University of Virginia fraternity whose members were falsely accused of raping a female student in a November 2014 article, The Daily Caller has learned.

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  • Attorney General Jeff Sessions to testify in public hearing
Attorney General Jeff Sessions to testify in public hearing

Napolitano said the third issue - and perhaps the "stickiest" - is that Sessions is still the attorney general and he is there to defend the integrity of Justice Department investigations, including special counsel Robert Mueller's independent Russian Federation probe.

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  • AG Sessions In Hot Seat Before Senate Panel
AG Sessions In Hot Seat Before Senate Panel

Sessions recused himself from the Russian Federation probe back in March. Sessions is likely to be asked whether he played a role in Trump's decision to fire FBI Director James Comey last month - a move that caused Trump's critics to charge that the president was trying to interfere with a criminal investigation.

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  • Sessions says he responded to Comey's concerns about Trump, contradicting Comey testimony
Sessions says he responded to Comey's concerns about Trump, contradicting Comey testimony

Sessions' testimony before the Senate Intelligence Committee, scheduled to start at 2:30 p.m. (1830 GMT), keeps the political spotlight on the Russian Federation issue, sidelining President Donald Trump's domestic agenda. "I don't think it compromises sources or methods or in any way harms America's position in the world, so we'll start with that...

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  • 'Comey Is A Leaker': Donald Trump's Comeback After Ex-FBI Chief's Testimony
'Comey Is A Leaker': Donald Trump's Comeback After Ex-FBI Chief's Testimony

Comey said he hoped leaking the memos would prompt a special counsel to be appointed for the Russian Federation probe. In a statement read to reporters, Marc Kasowitz, the president's outside attorney, slammed the "leak" and categorically denied that Trump ever "directed or suggested" that Comey stop investigating anyone.

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  • After Trump Tweets About Terror Attack, London Mayor Wants President's Visit Canceled
After Trump Tweets About Terror Attack, London Mayor Wants President's Visit Canceled

White House spokeswoman Sarah Sanders on Monday said Trump was stressing the importance of national security and maintained the president had not misrepresented what Khan had said. On Monday, he tweeted that Mr Khan's response was a " pathetic excuse" from a man who "had to think fast on his "no reason to be alarmed" statement".

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  • Trump pushes infrastructure plan as Russian Federation probe heats up
Trump pushes infrastructure plan as Russian Federation probe heats up

President Donald Trump is promoting the Republican health-care bill that's facing uncertain prospects in Congress. "We were really pleased to see he used key facts" about system-wide infrastructure needs, said Mike Toohey, executive director of the Waterways Council Inc.

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  • Sessions' plans to testify surprised Senate intelligence
Sessions' plans to testify surprised Senate intelligence

The committee "is the most appropriate forum for such matters, as it has been conducting an investigation and has access to relevant, classified information", he added. Senator Patrick Leahy, the Senate appropriations committee's top Democrat and a member of the Senate judiciary committee, tartly reminded Sessions that both oversee his department.

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  • The United States first tested the newest anti-ballistic missile interceptor
The United States first tested the newest anti-ballistic missile interceptor

The interceptor launched from Vandenberg Air Force Base, California, and its "exo-atmospheric kill vehicle intercepted and destroyed the target in a direct collision", the release said . The previous test took place in June 2014 and it was the first success since 2008. "There is simply no good prospect for this kind of weapons testing, especiall...

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  • Democrat to grill US Attorney General Sessions on Comey firing
Democrat to grill US Attorney General Sessions on Comey firing

During Comey's appearance Thursday before the Senate Intelligence Committee, Sen. Sen. Jack Reed, D-R.I., said "there's a real question of the propriety" of Sessions' involvement in Comey's dismissal, because Sessions had stepped aside from the federal investigation into contacts between Russian Federation and the Trump campaign.

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  • Remy Ma Ether Nicki Minaj Using Meek Mill At Summer Jam
Remy Ma Ether Nicki Minaj Using Meek Mill At Summer Jam

Queen Latifah , Lil' Kim , the Lady of Rage , Monie Love , MC Lyte , Young M.A, and Cardi B all took the stage as various songs of theirs played. But the girl power didn't last long, after the special guest left the stage, Remy went ahead with her Nicki Minaj diss, "Shether". Petty is as petty does, but nonetheless, the performance was ...

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  • Trump welcomes Romanian president to White House
Trump welcomes Romanian president to White House

Kasowitz said in a statement released after Comey's testimony that Comey had "unilaterally and surreptitiously made unauthorized disclosures to the press of privileged communications with the president". President Donald Trump told reporters Friday that he would never demand a pledge of allegiance from anyone. After he was sacked, why did he have...

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