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What exactly is the jury weighing in the Yanez case?

Castile's gun permit was later found in his wallet. Closing arguments are set to begin on Monday. In their second day of deliberations, jurors returned to court to again see dashcam video captured by Officer Jeronimo Yanez's squad auto that shows the shooting of 32-year-old Philando Castile . Read More »

US Open: Top 3 players all miss cut

However, some of the best players in the world struggled. The world number two hit just five fairways to tie for last in the 156-man field in that category as a record 44 players broke par on day one, surpassing the previous best of 39 at Medinah in 1990. Read More »

Alexandria congressman shooter James Hodgkinson was living in van, called a loner


Majority Whip Steve Scalise (La.) and four others were wounded by the shooter . While he is conscious and able to communicate through notes, the family says Mika requires medical equipment to breathe and will need additional surgeries. Hodgkinson, 66, was a Bernie Sanders supporter and frequent critic of Republicans according to at least 26 letters he wrote to the Belleville News-Democrat. Read More »

French polls predict Macron's party will secure large majority


Germany and France have the eurozone's two biggest economies and are the traditional motor of European integration. Interior Ministry data showed turnout reached 17.75 percent by 1200 (1000 GMT), its lowest ever at that time of day for a second round of parliamentary elections since at least 1997. Read More »

Donald Trump tweets his frustration with Russia investigation

The morning missive appeared to refer to Rod Rosenstein , the deputy attorney general. Trump has told associates he has the legal authority to fire Mueller , though some in the White House have preached caution, fearing a repeat of the firestorm over Comey's firing. Read More »

Scalise Upgraded to 'Serious' Condition After Another Surgery


Scalise "sustained a single rifle wound that entered in the area of the left hip", Sava said, adding that the round fragmented and did "substantial damage to bones, internal organs and blood vessels". "I feel a lot more optimistic than I did two or three days ago". "Many lives would have been lost if not for the heroic actions of the two Capitol Police officers who took down the gunman despite sustaining gunshot wounds during a very, very brutal assault", Trump said. Read More »

Bodies of missing sailors found

The Navy would not specify the number of dead, Aucoin said, until all families of the deceased had been notified, but he confirmed all search and rescue efforts had ended. Aucoin said he did not know the exact circumstances before the collision but said he would launch an investigation , and that there will also be a safety investigation and other probes into what occurred. Read More »

Trump Takes To Twitter Slamming Russia Investigation; Defends His Twitter Use


Rosenstein wrote a memo in May to Trump strongly criticizing FBI Director James Comey's performance. In the meeting, Trump requested that the men "put that recommendation in writing", the White House has contended, prompting Rosenstein to offer a formal recommendation to Trump that Comey be fired because he mishandled the investigation into Hillary Clinton's emails. Read More »

Severe Storms to Bring Flooding, Outages, Damage to Region Monday


The highest threat will be late afternoon and early evening as a line of thunderstorms approaches but we can not rule out storms developing ahead of the line as early as 1 or 2 p.m. An isolated brief tornado can't be totally ruled out, but that threat appears to be extremely low as of right now. It is almost impossible to say where and when a thunderstorm could produce a tornado ahead of time. Read More »

Mexico snatch draw with Ronaldo's Portugal in Confederations Cup

The Portuguese sports daily A Bola published a front-page story Friday saying that Ronaldo was upset with the accusations made against him and that his decision to leave Madrid was "irreversible". In a press conference dominated by questions on Ronaldo, Santos eventually refused to discuss the subject further but defended his player's character. Read More »

Sen. Angus King: Investigation Into Russian Collusion 'Not Over'

In an interview on NBC News' " Meet The Press ", the Maine Independent said the issues are "complex". KING: First I can say categorically that the collusion or cooperation aspect of the investigation is not over. Shamkhani further called for formulation of binding mechanisms in the country as part of efforts to mobilize domestic capacities to counter the USA belligerent actions, noting that the parliament is going to take the necessary measures. Read More »

Trump lawyer: President not under investigation in Russian Federation probe

A source familiar with the Mueller probe said on Thursday that investigators would have to gather a large amount of evidence before an interview with the president would be warranted. And with the investigation reaching all the way up to Trump - and with Trump regularly tweeting about it - it's almost impossible for the White House to compartmentalize. Read More »

Who is Trump friend Chris Ruddy?

Mueller, who was appointed as special counsel to oversee the FBI's Russian Federation investigation last month, was roundly praised by Democrats and Republicans as the right person for the job. "I didn't realize at the time how rare that is in Washington ". "I never said I spoke to the President", he added . The White House downplayed Ruddy's comments. Read More »

Classes resume at college after race debate


Evergreen State College in Olympia will be closed Monday due to new threat information received over the weekend. The campus reopened on Monday afternoon. Weinstein wrote a column in The Wall Street Journal about the controversy. So several dozen students stormed into his classroom to scream at him, denounce him as a racist and demand his resignation. Read More »

Trump Is Officially Under Investigation

The Trump administration and its allies are firing back at the torrent of leaks surrounding Special Counsel Robert Mueller's Russian Federation probe, suggesting the anonymous sources tied to these reports can not be trusted - while calling into question the Mueller team's neutrality. Read More »

Donald Trump is yelling at TVs in White House over Russian Federation probe

The Washington Post ran a story late Thursday night citing unnamed USA officials as saying that special counsel Robert Mueller is investigating Kushner's finances as part of the Russian Federation probe. Robert Mueller III, the former FBI director now leading the investigation, is looking into whether the 45th president is guilty of a federal crime, The Washington Post reported Wednesday. Read More »

1 struggles to survive as more caught in NC rip currents


Officials performed CPR on the man before him and one of the teenagers were transported to the hospital. "If they contact the local fire departments, some of the hotels have warnings about rip currents", said White. Red flags are also posted in Emerald Isle, according to Capt. William Matthias with Emerald Isle fire and rescue. A 56-year-old man died on Saturday while trying to save two teenage girls from a rip current off the North Carolina Coast. Read More »

HUD Secretary Ben Carson: Give Robert Mueller a chance on Russian Federation

With the revelation this week by The Washington Post that Trump was under investigation for possible attempted obstruction of justice, Rosenstein finds himself caught in an awkward pincer - stuck between the wrath of a president who could fire him and questions about his own future role supervising Mueller when he could become a witness in the special counsel's probe. Read More »

Trump lawyer: President not under investigation in Russia probe

In sworn testimony on Capitol Hill, Coats and Rogers declined to speak about their conversations with the president - though it is doubtful they had any legal right to keep mum. Americans should be skeptical about anonymous allegation. The transition official spoke on condition of anonymity because the person was not authorized to discuss post-election decisions publicly. Read More »

Dianne Feinstein 'Increasingly Concerned' Donald Trump Will Try to Fire Investigators

Trump may have been referring to Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein , who wrote a highly critical memo about Comey. Administration officials and the president's advisers are anxious Trump's tweets and public statements about the Russian Federation probe will trigger additional damaging leaks, but they said he can not stop talking about the investigation, reported Politico . Read More »

Trump mocks FBI for failing to prove 'Russian Collusion'


The morning missive appeared to refer to Rod Rosenstein , the deputy attorney general. In the immediate aftermath of Mr Comey's firing, the White House made public , memos from Mr Rosenstein and Attorney General Jeff Sessions that made a case for getting rid the FBI Director. Read More »

USA president acknowledges he is under investigation

With the revelation this week by The Washington Post that Trump was under investigation for possible attempted obstruction of justice, Rosenstein finds himself caught in an awkward pincer - stuck between the wrath of a president who could fire him and questions about his own future role supervising Mueller when he could become a witness in the special counsel's probe. Read More »

Rubio says best to let Russia probe proceed

At the time of that report it was not clear that the FBI was investigating Kushner's business dealings. The White House has said the subsequent meeting with the banker was a pre-inauguration diplomatic encounter, unrelated to business matters. Read More »

Celebrities React To Bill Cosby Mistrial With Total Indignation

But on Saturday, moments after the mistrial was declared, he gave an inkling of his confidence level going into Round 2. Three pictures of American justice. "My son loved this city and this city killed my son and the murderer gets away!" "Do you agree there is a hopeless deadlock that can not be resolved by further deliberations?" he asked each juror. Read More »