• Employees return to work at UPS warehouse in San Francisco
Employees return to work at UPS warehouse in San Francisco

The suspect , who was not immediately identified, was dead from a self-inflicted gunshot wound, San Francisco police said. They disembarked the bus after driving a safe distance away. "He was a joyful man. Always happy", Mr Miggins said. A photo on Lefiti's Facebook page shows him in his brown UPS uniform holding a trophy. "It was like tat...

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  • Trump Tweets He's The Subject Of A 'Witch Hunt'
Trump Tweets He's The Subject Of A 'Witch Hunt'

The FBI is also conducting a parallel probe, which reportedly includes special counsel Robert Mueller looking into whether the president obstructed justice. President Donald Trump groused Thursday that no one is investigating Democrats' "dealings with Russia " while there are multiple investigations into what he phrased as his "non-dealings" w...

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  • Missing girl's body found in creek; homicide suspected
Missing girl's body found in creek; homicide suspected

A prayer vigil will be held at Olive Baptist Church (the main site) located at 1836 E Olive Road in Pensacola at 6 p.m. Sheriff Morgan told the Pensacola News Journal that authorities "have reason to believe the people of interest being pursued could be involved not only in Naomi's disappearance but also in her murder".

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  • Coroner: Cocaine among drugs found in Carrie Fisher's system
Coroner: Cocaine among drugs found in Carrie Fisher's system

TMZ reports that Fisher had cocaine, heroin, morphine, codeine, oxycodone, and small amounts of MDMA (ecstasy) in her system when she was hospitalized following her heart attack. Todd Fisher, her brother, said he wasn't surprised. Said Fisher of Reynolds: "She's been more than a mother to me, not much, but definitely more". Numerous drugs were pr...

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  • Slain mother, daughters were found
Slain mother, daughters were found "face down in bed"; suspect charged

Police received a 911 call from Taylor's boyfriend on Sunday night, Loeding says, claiming one of the girl's boyfriends called him after finding their bodies . Although he is the primary suspect in the murders of Suzanne Taylor , Taylor Pifer , and Kylie Pifer , he has not been charged in connection with their deaths at this time.

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  • Friday: Behind the Headlines - A local perspective on the Alexandria shooting
Friday: Behind the Headlines - A local perspective on the Alexandria shooting

The FBI renewed its call for information for anyone-from Belleville to Washington , D.C. -may have about congressional shooter James T. Hodgkinson . Louis television stations' websites. The shooting at the baseball field will require some review of security measures, Walker said. US Congressman Steve Scalise was shot in the hip and rem...

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  • Rep. Scalise's condition upgraded to 'serious'
Rep. Scalise's condition upgraded to 'serious'

At least six people including Scalise, the third ranking member of House Republican leadership as the majority whip, were hospitalized. Hodgkinson opened fire on dozens of Republican congressmen and staffers at a baseball practice in Alexandria, Virginia, on Wednesday .

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  • Gasoline Prices Down About Five Cents Per Gallon as Crude Prices Drop
Gasoline Prices Down About Five Cents Per Gallon as Crude Prices Drop

The average fell 6 cents to $2.27 in Florida and 3 cents to $2.16 in Georgia. Nationally, prices were 6 cents lower than past year and 7 cents lower than last month. A few stations were selling gas for $1.99, according to GasBuddy.com. "Markets moved lower after another round of supply data showing high USA and global refinery production".

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  • Michelle Carter, Who Texted Her Boyfriend To Kill Himself, Is Found Guilty
Michelle Carter, Who Texted Her Boyfriend To Kill Himself, Is Found Guilty

Yet she did not call the police or Roys family, he noted. "The court finds that instructing Mr. Roy to get back into the truck, which constitutes wanton and reckless conduct by Miss Carter [sic]", Judge Lawrence Moniz said . The court found Carter guilty of assisting her former boyfriend, Conrad Roy III , to kill himself through carbo...

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  • Cosby judge could revisit issue of revealing names of jurors
Cosby judge could revisit issue of revealing names of jurors

On Thursday, the fourth day of deliberation, jurors told Judge Steven O'Neill they were deadlocked, but he instructed them to keep working to try and reach a unanimous decision. The jurors clearly struggled with their verdict, telling Judge Steven O'Neill on Thursday they were at impasse. Criminal law professor Jody Armour wonders if the bitt...

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  • EQT Corporation Is Buying Rice Energy For $6.7 Billion
EQT Corporation Is Buying Rice Energy For $6.7 Billion

The companies say the deal should close in the fourth quarter this year. Steve Schlotterbeck, EQT's president and CEO, said the merger with Rice , which is based in Canonsburg, Pa., will form "a natural gas operating position that will be unmatched in the industry".

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  • Seattle police shoot, kill woman who reported burglary
Seattle police shoot, kill woman who reported burglary

The scene at Magnuson Park was surreal: residents lingered in doorways as officers filed in and out of Lyles' apartment holding large red bags marked with the biohazard symbol. Toward the end, the officers could be heard yelling "get back" and " we need help " and then gunfire erupted. A child cries loudly in the background.

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  • Senate passes new sanctions on Iran, Russia
Senate passes new sanctions on Iran, Russia

Republican Senator Rand Paul and Bernie Sanders, an independent who caucuses with the Democrats, were the only two "no" votes. "This amendment also takes appropriate steps to ensure that current sanctions can not be unilaterally unwound by this administration", Shaheen said.

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  • US college student released by North Korea arrives in Ohio
US college student released by North Korea arrives in Ohio

A statement issued in NY by a Rodman publicist said the former National Basketball Association player is in the rare position of being friends with the leaders of both North Korea and the United States. Speaking to reporters in Beijing before his arrival in Pyongyang on Tuesday, he said that the issue of several Americans detained by North K...

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  • Minnesota Officer Who Fatally Shot Philando Castile Found Not Guilty
Minnesota Officer Who Fatally Shot Philando Castile Found Not Guilty

A gathering and march ensued in downtown Minneapolis Saturday in response to the not guilty verdict for the St. Anthony police officer who fatally shot Philando Castille. Philando's mother, Valerie Castile , gave a speech outside of the courthouse, where she called Yanez a murderer. Kaepernick knelt for the national anthem last season to pro...

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  • Trump transition, campaign told to keep Russia-related documents
Trump transition, campaign told to keep Russia-related documents

On Thursday, Russian President Vladimir Putin said Comey had presented no evidence to prove that Moscow meddled in the U.S. election, adding that Washington had tried to influence Russian elections "year after year". Trump also lashed out at the media, on a day that aides hoped would be focused on his decision to undo some of Barack Obama's d...

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  • Supreme Court strikes down sex offender social media ban
Supreme Court strikes down sex offender social media ban

Packingham had been sentenced to 10 to 12 months in prison, which the judge suspended, and ordered to register as a sex offender. "With one broad stroke, North Carolina bars access to what for many are the principal sources for knowing current events, checking ads for employment, speaking and listening in the modern public square, and otherwise...

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  • Two Atlantic systems could become named storms this week — FIRST ALERT WEATHER
Two Atlantic systems could become named storms this week — FIRST ALERT WEATHER

Last June was an outlier, when Bonnie, Colin and Danielle all spun through the Atlantic Basin as tropical storms. That will be the center of most of the showers and thunderstorms today, keeping activity fairly sporadic in our area but providing focus for more extensive coverage in the days to come.

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  • SCOTUS To Take On Wisconsin Gerrymandering Case
SCOTUS To Take On Wisconsin Gerrymandering Case

The cleanest answer for the nine justices would be to reverse the lower court decision striking down Wisconsin's legislative districts as too partisan. What's different this time from past Supreme Court clashes is the existence of data-driven models to measure election results against other factors.

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  • Senate approves new Russia sanctions
Senate approves new Russia sanctions

It also imposes new sanctions in a number of categories, including those "conducting malicious cyber activity on behalf of the Russian government" and "supplying weapons to the Assad regime". "I think this is harmful", Putin said, according to RIA. Though there's little dispute over Russia's interference in the election, questions remain over...

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  • White House discussing moving Spicer to senior communications role
White House discussing moving Spicer to senior communications role

Notably, at last week's off-camera gaggle , deputy press secretary Sarah Huckabee Sanders didn't use a microphone and at least one reporter struggled to hear her over the air conditioning. "We're standing at the White House and they bring us into the briefing room here at the White House and they won't answer these questions on camera or let us...

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  • Crews battle wildfire that forced Utah ski town to evacuate
Crews battle wildfire that forced Utah ski town to evacuate

By Monday morning, Fox 13 reported that the fire was still zero percent contained, and that the fire had grown to about 1000 acres. Fire Fighters, both on the ground and in the air have saved lives and structures in Brianhead. Jared Burton, public information officer for the Brian Head Marshall's Office, told the Spectrum, a newspaper and websi...

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  • California bicyclist in cross-country race killed Saturday night in western Kansas crash
California bicyclist in cross-country race killed Saturday night in western Kansas crash

Fishbein died at the scene. The driver of the Honda, Jessica Isabel Carrasco, 25, of Hays, was reported as possibly being injured. Kaden Alejandro Castillo, 2, of Scott City was a passenger in the vehicle and was uninjured. A rider has been killed while competing in the Trans Am ultra-endurance race across America. We urge all to take the time to...

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  • Dems say they'll slow Senate work over secretive care bill
Dems say they'll slow Senate work over secretive care bill

Senate Republicans are weighing a slower phase-out of Obamacare's Medicaid expansion, better protection for people with pre-existing conditions, and tax credits based on income as well as age. Democrats say they're willing to work with Republicans on health care, but only if the GOP drops its pursuit of repeal. Medicaid is the government healthca...

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  • Trump Is Now Under Investigation for Obstruction of Justice
Trump Is Now Under Investigation for Obstruction of Justice

The Post reported that the obstruction of justice investigation of the president began days after James Comey was sacked as the FBI Director on May 9. The White House has repeatedly referred all questions about Russian Federation to the President's personal attorney. On Thursday, Russian President Vladimir Putin said Comey had presented no ...

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  • Iran lawmakers briefed on Tehran attacks
Iran lawmakers briefed on Tehran attacks

Authorities said five Iranians , who had joined IS and travelled to its Iraq and Syria bastions, carried out Wednesday's attacks on the parliament and the shrine of revolutionary leader Ayatollah Ruhollah Khomeini. Alavi noted that about 43 terrorists were identified and arrested following the recent terrorist attack in the country, adding that so...

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  • Trump again acknowledges he's under investigation
Trump again acknowledges he's under investigation

And Trump's apparent reference to Rosenstein, who oversees the Russian Federation investigation because Attorney General Jeff Sessions recused himself from it, came just hours after a statement from Rosenstein complaining about leaks in the case.

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  • White House committed to anti-Russian sanctions - spokesperson
White House committed to anti-Russian sanctions - spokesperson

The chamber passed the bipartisan sanctions legislation 97-2. These sanctions have been added to a bill - under debate and nearly certain to win passage - aimed at toughening sanctions against Iran for what the bill calls its support of global terrorist acts.

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  • Trump lawyer: US president not under investigation in Russia probe
Trump lawyer: US president not under investigation in Russia probe

Rasmussen said Friday its daily presidential tracking poll that 50% of likely USA voters approve of Trump's job performance, while the other 50% disapprove. MrTrump's anger has highlighted the difficulty his legal team and advisers face in stopping the President from weighing in on an active investigation.

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  • Trump not under investigation for firing ex-FBI chief Comey - lawyer
Trump not under investigation for firing ex-FBI chief Comey - lawyer

Jay Sekulow , a member of President Trump's legal team, said Sunday he has no knowledge of the president being the target of a federal probe, despite Trump's statements that he is being investigated. "I just gave you the legal theory of how the constitution works", Sekulow said. The Secret Service has said it has no records of any recording...

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  • Police Arrest 3 In Killing Of Germantown Teens
Police Arrest 3 In Killing Of Germantown Teens

Ziberov, aged 18, was shot just hours before his graduation. It's unclear, he said, whether the suspects had a motive to kill Ziberov, "or if his death was incidental to the killing of Najjar". Both of the murdered teens were reportedly well-liked, honor roll students. 'May God punish who did this to my son. The same friend told investigato...

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  • Steve Scalise's shooter had a list with names of other congress members
Steve Scalise's shooter had a list with names of other congress members

Details have emerged of the violent past of an anti-Republican fanatic who shot a U.S. congressman at a practice session for a charity baseball match. Former Alexandria Mayor Bill Euille, who chatted with Hodgkinson at the gym, said he assumed the man was homeless because he wore pretty much the same outfit every day and carried a bag full of extra...

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  • Back-9 bogeys bog down Brian Harman at US Open
Back-9 bogeys bog down Brian Harman at US Open

In the end, the 50-year-old Stricker marveled at the way the young, big hitters handled Erin Hills , which at around 7,800 yards was the longest course ever for a U.S. Matsuyama will rue one shot in his final round. He had three-putted No. 10 for his lone three-putt of the week and his lone back-nine bogey, and he felt he had putted poorly on No.

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  • 'Trump under probe for obstructing justice'
'Trump under probe for obstructing justice'

Mr Trump was not under investigation before Mr Comey's firing, but reportedly is now facing scrutiny for obstruction of justice over the circumstances surrounding the ex-FBI chief's sacking, according to United States media. Mr. Kushner previously volunteered to share with Congress what he knows about Russia-related matters. He reiterated his c...

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  • Deputy AG Rosenstein Warns Americans to 'Exercise Caution' About Anonymous Reports
Deputy AG Rosenstein Warns Americans to 'Exercise Caution' About Anonymous Reports

Comey, who was sacked on May 9, told a Senate panel last week he believed Trump dismissed him to undermine the FBI's Russian Federation probe. "Nice", Trump wrote on Twitter , later repeating his accusation that the probe was a "witch hunt".

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