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Shooter Had List With the Names of 6 Congresspeople, Says FBI

Additionally, Slater said, Hodgkinson did not appear to have had specific targets or "an agenda to actually follow through on these six individuals". Analysis of Hodgkinson's computer shows Google searches for truck stops, maps, and toll-free routes in the northern Virginia area. Read More »

Minnesota Releases Dashcam Footage of Philando Castile Shooting

Yanez then gets visibly agitated and tells Castile , "OK, don't reach for it ". Mr Castile , a 32-year-old elementary school cafeteria worker, had a permit to carry the weapon. St. Anthony police officer Jeronimo Yanez stands outside the Ramsey County Courthouse, May 30, 2017, in St. Paul, Minn. Yanez , who is Latino, was charged with second-degree manslaughter and endangering safety by discharging a firearm. Read More »

South Dakota Fire Marshal issues fireworks safety reminder


In Oregon, legal fireworks sales start on June 23 and run through July 6 but you won't find certain fireworks on sale in the state. "If you sign the waiver that you're using it for agricultural or signaling however no one is using them for those purposes and they're having those fireworks displays and they're actually illegal", said Art Forgey, a spokesperson for the Sheriff's Office. Read More »

Cindy: More rain in Tennessee, Kentucky, West Virginia

Jim Stefkovich, a meteorologist with the Alabama Emergency Agency, said Cindy dumped three to six inches of rain on coastal Alabama with up to 12 inches in some spot. Still a flash flood watch remains in effect through late tonight for much of the coalfield region, including McDowell, Buchanan and Wyoming counties. Read More »

Trump leaving McConnell to handle Senate bill on health care


Idaho Senators Crapo and Risch have indicated support for repealing the Affordable Care Act in the past. Both bills would cap federal Medicaid contributions on a per-patient basis. Then, if he sticks to his timetable, Sen. Senate Republicans' unveiling of the Healthcare Bill was also a shot in the arm for drug companies, as they hope that the much-awaited tax reforms will get implemented. Read More »

Suns thrilled to get Jackson with fourth pick in draft

perth_map reports that upon confirmation of the Jackson pick, "hundreds jumped to their feet and cheered". "He's a very driven guy". Jackson was available to the Suns because the Boston Celtics , picking third, chose another small forward, Jayson Tatum of Duke . Read More »

Policeman stabbed in MI airport attack

Gelios also said that Canadian citizen Amor Ftouhi , 50, originally from Tunisia, had been arrested as a suspect in the attack and was charged with committing a violent act in an global airport. Three people staying at the residence had been taken in for questioning, Boiselle said. A few miles away, officials stationed police officers at Flint City Hall after the incident. Read More »

Yankees slugger Aaron Judge hits prodigious homer against Orioles (YouTube clip)

Judge told MLB .com's Bryan Hoch that the " Great Hambino " shirts were sent in the mail to him and Holliday. In Monday's opener, NY broke a 3-3 tie in the eighth inning on an Aaron Judge homer, hanging on for a 5-3 win. 1B Greg Bird (bruised right ankle) went 0 for 5 in his second game for Triple-A Scranton/Wilkes-Barre since his rehab assignment was moved from Class A Tampa. Read More »

Virginia Democratic and Republican gubernatorial primary election results

He says they voted for Lt. Gov. Ralph Northam in the Democratic gubernatorial primary. Polls open at 6 many locations, and will be open until 7 p.m. Mittiga was part of a surge in first-time candidates Democrats have seen for House races this year, fueled by postelection angst. Northam, a pediatric neurologist, ran as a pragmatist with the state's Democratic establishment's firm support. Read More »

Company: 5th worker has died after Wisconsin mill explosion


He was being treated at the UW Hospital Burn Unit. The victims are 21-year-old Pawel Tordoff, 27-year-old Duelle Block, 46-year-old Angel Reyes, 52-year-old Robert Goodenow, and Carlos Nunez (age unknown). The results of an investigation by the U.S. Occupational Safety and Health Administration and the U.S. Chemical Safety Board into the cause of the explosion are pending, Remsick said. Read More »

Tropical Storm Cindy headed towards the Arklatex UPDATE 430PM TUE


U.S. Sen. Joe Manchin went to White Sulphur Springs for the dedication of a memorial for eight people who died there. Unfortunately, it is going to wash out and stall before it gets here. Johnson said waves will be higher than normal because of the astronomical effects of Friday's new moon. Those are Palmetto Island State Park in Abbeville and Cypremort (SIP-ruh-mort) Point State Park on Vermilion Bay. Read More »

Judge declares mistrial in Ray Tensing murder trial


Tensing pulled his weapon and fired to avoid , he said , being dragged under DuBose's auto. Tensing, now 27, lost his job after body cam footage captured the shooting. To convict Tensing of murder, jurors had to find he purposely killed DuBose. Ghiz told the prosecutors they had " every opportunity " to add the charge before the retrial began. Read More »

Judge rules that Brendan Dassey's confession was coerced


Avery is pursuing his own appeal in state court . A three-judge panel issued its ruling Thursday . The three-judge panel said Dassey was coerced into confessing and should be released from prison. The Journal Sentinel in Milwaukee received a comment from the Wisconsin Department of Justice, which said it was evaluating the decision. One of Dassey's lawyers, Steven A. Read More »

Senator Cantwell's plan to stop Republican health care bill

Hillary Clinton won the state by 2.4 percentage points, or 27,272 votes. Pennsylvania lawmakers are speaking out after the U.S. Senate's long-awaited plan to repeal and replace the Affordable Care Act was unveiled on Thursday. Assuming every Democrat is a no vote, the GOP can't afford more than 2 of their own senators to vote against the bill. The Senate bill would make major cuts in the federal-state Medicaid program for poor and disabled people. Read More »

Dem loss in Georgia underscores party's challenges


He tried and failed last fall to unseat Pelosi as House minority leader. While Karen Handel's election to Congress on Tuesday night cheered Republicans , Democrats should be encouraged by their performance in the Georgia special election and in their performance in the other four House contests this year, according to a new analysis. Read More »

Young Boy Killed as Tropical Storm Cindy Strikes Alabama Coastline

Up to 2 inches of heavy rain is possible in Lancaster County today as Tropical Depression Cindy forges a path across the southeastern United States, meteorologists said Thursday. Travelers and locals throughout the Gulf Coast and Deep South should be aware of the storm conditions and use patience and caution when traveling through the region. Read More »

Johnny Depp apologises for joking about Trump assassination


She later said: "I'm a comic, I cross the line, I move the line and then I cross it". A production of Shakespeare's Julius Caesar in New York's Central Park was recently interrupted by right-wing protesters outraged that it appeared to depict Trump , as Caesar, being knifed to death. Read More »

Donald Trump is 'very supportive' of Senate healthcare bill: White House


He says the idea that the bill would lower health care premiums is a "lie". Heller is up for reelection in 2018 and is from a Medicaid expansion state. And without the individual mandate, that sort of adverse selection, the death spiral, the elevated premiums - all of that that's going on gets worse under this bill. Read More »

Oregon's Senator Wyden Vows To Fight Republican Health Bill

Heller is the fifth GOP senator to declare his opposition. But a defeat would be a bitter and damaging blow to Trump and his party. It was not immediately clear whether the group intends to back a primary challenger to Heller. Sandoval specifically pointed to people who were making a little more than $16,000 per year. "They are living healthier and happier lives because of that decision - I don' think that can be overstated enough". Read More »

5th GOP senator joins opposition to health bill

As debate continues over the Senate health care bill, Senator Ron Johnson (R-Wisconsin) stood strong Friday in his decision not to vote for the bill as written. The House bill called for $880 billion of cuts; the Senate version's are reported to be even greater. The plan keeps some popular Obamacare provisions, such as barring denial of coverage based on pre-existing conditions. Read More »

Five GOP senators now oppose health bill-enough to sink it

If it fails to reduce the deficit sufficiently or results in too many people losing insurance coverage, McConnell could fail to secure the 50 GOP votes he needs to secure passage. The Republican senator told reporters Friday, "I wouldn't say they are losing it". Conservatives want to pressure Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell (R-Ky.) to revise the legislation and move it further to the right. Read More »