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Cyberattacks to get worse, ex-Homeland boss says


He said he only knew what has been publicly reported about the investigation . Trump has repeatedly called the Russian Federation investigation a "witch hunt" and "fake news" and attacked the credibility of career law enforcement officials overseeing the investigation . Read More »

It's Too Hot For Some Planes To Fly In Phoenix

The National Weather Service has issued an excessive heat warning and its Phoenix office has said "heat of this magnitude is rare, unsafe and very possibly deadly". Phoenix is the second-fastest warming city in the USA over the past 50 years while Las Vegas comes in at third and Tucson at seventh. The airport reported a temperature of 100 degrees by 8:42 a.m. Read More »

Cindy could create 3-foot storm surge near Gulf


Expect winds to pick up as rain bands start to move in from the east by through the afternoon Wednesday. Coastal areas in southeast Louisiana, Mississippi and Alabama could receive 12 inches of rain or more from the storm . A cold front will move in from the northwest and combine with the remnants of Tropical Storm Cindy, which is going to part of what is going to help push that system eastward into our region. Read More »

Man Charged in Suspected Terrorist Attack at Mich. Airport


A male suspect is in custody. "My thoughts and prayers are with all of our law enforcement officers who work to service and protect us each and every day". Neville was retired from the Genessee County Sheriff's Office. "Lt. Neville got him to stop stabbing him". "Right now we are still awaiting more information about the situation at Bishop Airport this morning", Flint Mayor Karen Weaver said. Read More »

Former Pastor And Wife Arrested For Bringing Infant To A Bar


According to #Law Enforcement Officers, 42-year-old Shari Treba and 45-year-old Michael Trosclair, 45 were at the Wild Beaver Saloon at around 12:30 a.m at night on Friday, June 16 along with their #Infant daughter. According to reports, Tremba was seen drinking and smoking while breastfeeding the child . She allegedly had to be asked several times who she was and where she was from. Read More »

Trump's tease of possible Comey tapes fits familiar pattern

Paul Manafort, who became Trump's campaign manager after Lewandowski was sacked in June 2016, is also facing a separate criminal probe as part of Mueller's investigation. Brooks warned that Russian hysteria has gripped Washington and anxious that the allegations of collusion between Trump campaign officials and Moscow had been overblown. Read More »

Flights At Sky Harbor Affected By Record-Breaking Heat


The operator of California's power grid called on people to conserve electricity during peak hours. Running a fan through wet material can actually act like an air conditioner when the humidity is this low! That peak eclipsed the previous record of 6,873 megawatts set a year ago. Read More »

After critical tweet, Trump says 'we have a great relationship with China'


Buoyed by Republican victories in special congressional elections in Georgia and SC on Tuesday (June 20), Trump blasted his opponents as "unbelievably nasty" and said cable news anchors appeared stunned by the Democratic losses. "I'm not a farmer, but I'd be very happy to be one. Let's see what happens". In his hour-plus-long speech, the president also talked about economic progress and defended his choice of wealthy Cabinet secretaries and advisers to oversee the economy. Read More »

Trump told senators the Obamacare repeal bill he once celebrated is 'mean'


After all, 217 House Republicans voted for the right-wing legislation that Trump has called " mean " and "cold-hearted" - a detail their constituents will be made aware of in campaign ads. This secretive process, involves only the leaders of the Republican Party. "I have none planned, Senator Murray ", Alexander replied. He said the issue has been debated for seven years. Read More »

Trump traveling to Iowa for campaign-style rally

It is his first visit to the rural state in the USA heartland since he won it in last November's election on his way to a four-year term in the White House . The successes that were top of mind for Trump included Republican congressional wins on Tuesday night in Georgia and SC - prompting the president to deride media coverage that he said had imagined a Democratic victory. Read More »

How the Senate Health Bill Likely Differs From House Bill, Obamacare


Leaders of the 10 insurance companies told Mr. McConnell that proposed caps on federal Medicaid spending would cause "an enormous cost shift to the states", which could force them to raise taxes, reduce benefits, cut payments to health care providers or eliminate coverage for some beneficiaries. Read More »

Senate backs legislation to slap new sanctions on Russia

By tying Iran and Russian Federation together, Congress has made it more hard for Trump to oppose the action. "I was going to give them until the beginning of this next work period, which began a few weeks ago", Corker told THE WEEKLY STANDARD. Read More »

US emphasizes shared concerns over North Korea after China meeting

He says , "We must step up our efforts to curtail these sources of revenue". "But by no means will China, nor will Chinese society permit it to, act as a "US ally" in pressuring North Korea ", it said. The White House is weighing a ban on American travel to North Korea , a move that would go beyond the frequent warnings the State Department issues to avoid visits to the country. Read More »

Complete Dash Cam Footage Of Philando Castile's Shooting — JUST RELEASED


Anthony, Minn. In a segment on his show, Noah called out the National Rifle Association (NRA) for their silence surrounding the verdict, and he also discussed his own experiences with police officers in the United States. The bar is always moving, Noah monologued in a somber tone, to justify why black Americans are brutalized by police-they were wearing a hoodie, or running away from cops, or approaching cops. Read More »

Fleury heads Vegas' expansion draft picks


But lots of teams are going to lose good players. The Flames' Engelland was a pending unrestricted free agent, who makes Vegas his off-season residence, so this represents a homecoming of sorts for him. Vegas's public threats to other teams meant the team might as well have been called the Vegas Mob, and some of the picks came with future assets attached, which is what any expansion team needs more than anything. Read More »

Authorities looking at terrorism in Michigan airport stabbing


U.S. Attorney General Jeff Sessions said in a statement he was "proud of the swift response" by authorities from both nations. The agency went on to add that its too early to determine if the attack was an act of terrorism. "I said they need to get him a towel". "Right now we are still awaiting more information about the situation at Bishop Airport this morning", said Flint mayor Karen Weaver. Read More »

Senate GOP Says Leaders Took Over Writing Health Care Bill


The chairman of the Senate Republican Policy Committee said Wednesday that Republicans are fine-tuning the specifics of the Senate health care bill, one week before a vote is scheduled on the legislation. Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell, R-Ky., said he expected to give senators a draft of the bill on Thursday . Republicans have said that rapid increases in Medicaid spending need to be curtailed as President Donald Trump calls for a balanced budget over the next decade and ... Read More »

Former Milwaukee Officer Found Not Guilty In Shooting Death Of Black Man

A jury decided the former officer should not be criminally responsible for fatally shooting of Smith last summer, a killing that sparked two nights of violence in the Sherman Park neighborhood. Smith and Heaggan-Brown are both black. Attorney David Owens announced the lawsuit minutes after a jury acquitted Dominique Heaggan-Brown in the death of Sylville Smith . Read More »

Cheering 1st day of summer? Not in Phoenix with 120 expected


The threshold for a heat advisory was actually lowered this year because here in New England, heat affects us differently from those in Phoenix or Las Vegas. In the US, the combination of record-hot days and nights in recent years has made it even more hard for the body to maintain normal internal temperatures. Read More »

Lead surgeon: U.S. congressman Scalise showing improvement after being shot


They chanted "U-S-A! U-S-A" when the prayer was over. That was the most ever in the history of the game, which was first played in 1909, and then began as an annual tradition in 1962. Scalise is a member of the team and had been fielding balls at second base in preparation for the game when he was shot . He has undergone several surgeries and has more ahead. Read More »

Tigers, Gamecocks nominated for ESPY Awards


That success could earn them another honor. The Gamecocks and Dawn Staley were nominated for the ESPY Award for best team . In the "Best Team" category, Clemson will be competing against the University of South Carolina Women's Basketball team, which won the NCAA title on April 2, as well as the Chicago Cubs, New England Patriots, Golden State Warriors, Pittsburgh Penguins, and the U.S. Read More »

Convicted Oklahoma child molester moves next door to victim


According to Dyer, she and her parents are now working to change the law in Oklahoma that allows for a situation as unfathomable as a sex offender legally living next door to his victim. They've been talking to lawmakers and in the meantime, Danyelle says sharing her story isn't shameful. While she is trying to end the stigma of being a victim of child molestation in general, Dyer and her parents are specifically attempting to remove Harold English from their neighborhood so that Danyelle ... Read More »

OU's Sunderland charged with felony burglary


OU officials did not have any comment Tuesday other than Sunderland has been suspended indefinitely. Sunderland no longer shows up in OU's people search as of Monday, as well. Court records indicate Sunderland received the misdemeanor charge from Oklahoma City police on June 13. Sunderland turned himself into the Oklahoma County Jail at 7:45 a.m. Read More »

Lead surgeon: USA congressman Scalise showing improvement after being shot

With the chief deputy of the St. Clair County Sheriff's Department by her side, she said she felt "horrible" about the actions of her husband of almost 30 years. Mika is a lobbyist for Tyson Foods and a former aide to Michigan Republican Rep. Tim Walberg. Scalise was shot in the hip during the Wednesday morning shooting. Read More »