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FBI Investigates Anti-Trump Gunman Who Shot 4 People at Virginia Ballpark

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Hodgkinson did openly support Vermont Senator Bernie Sanders , using Sanders as his Facebook cover photo , and volunteering for his presidential campaign. Agents continue to look into the shooter's activities and social media presence in the months leading up to the attack . MedStar Washington Hospital Center said Scalise had surgery Thursday related to his internal injuries and a broken bone in his leg, "will require additional operations, and will be in the hospital for some time". Read More »

Trump confirms he is under investigation in Russian Federation probe

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He also seemingly attacked the deputy attorney general, a man he appointed just a few months ago. Thus, the responsibility of supervising the Russian Federation investigation fell to the highly respected Rod Rosenstein , who had been serving as acting attorney general prior to Sessions' Senate confirmation. Read More »

Bill Cosby sexual assault trial: Jury to deliberate for 3rd straight day

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When they returned to the courtroom, most had stern, but tired, expressions on their faces from the hours and hours of deliberations. Their every move is made under the watchful eyes of security officers in a courthouse that is beginning to look like a fortress with squadrons of heavily armed men and at least one police dog. Read More »

Mistrial declared in Cosby case

But the Montgomery County District Attorney's Office in Pennsylvania, said it would retry the case, Efe news reported. "We, the jury, are deadlocked on all counts", said the note read by Judge Steven O'Neill on Saturday morning. Only one was allowed to testify in the Constand case. "If Cosby had testified, I would say that benefits the prosecution, but there's nothing there they can comb through", Oliver said. Read More »

Bodies of 7 missing sailors found aboard damaged ship

Harden is from Herrin, Illinois, and recently was redeployed. "A significant portion of the crew was sleeping " when the destroyer collided with the Philippine-flagged container ship, destroying the commander's cabin, he said . It is believed that the 222-metre container ship ACX Crystal , made an unexpected U-turn 25 minutes before the collision with USS Fitzgerald . The 154-metre (500-foot) Fitzgerald - commissioned in 1995 and deployed in the Iraq war in 2003 - was pulled by a ... Read More »

Taliban attack kills 5 policemen in Afghanistan

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After more than 15 years of war the Taliban control broad swaths of the country and the struggling Afghan security forces continue to take an nearly unsustainable amount of casualties as they battle to hold provincial capitals. In between those two attacks, Department of Defense Secretary Jim Mattis confirmed he'd been given the authority to set troop levels in Afghanistan. Read More »

Naresh Agarwal alleges Mehbooba of being 'hand in glove with terrorists'

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We are hitting hard. Reacting to the continuing spree of violence in Kashmir, Naresh Agarwal earlier in the day levelled serious allegations against the Mehbooba Mufti of being related to terrorists. He further asked the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) to withdraw support to the state government . The state of Jammu and Kashmir has been on the boil for last eight months with an increase in stone-pelting incidents and terror activities "sponsored" from across the border in Pakistan. Read More »

Arlene Foster's DUP leadership could scupper powersharing talks, Sinn Fein warns

The costumed independent, whose real name and face (or faces) has not been revealed, has made it a tradition to challenge Conservative prime ministers, standing against Margaret Thatcher in 1987 and John Major in 1992. "However while talks are ongoing it is important the government gets on with its business and we are confident there will be sufficient support across the house for passing the Queen's speech". Read More »

Theresa May chased away by Grenfell Tower protesters

The dramatic scenes came shortly after protesters stormed Kensington and Chelsea town hall. "Wallowing in the wash of a general election that stripped our Prime Minister of her authority on the very eve of European Union negotiations, neither common sense nor the evidence suggest she can re-establish public confidence", wrote Mr Matthew Parris, a columnist and former Conservative lawmaker, in the Times . Read More »

Britain left 'sombre' by tower inferno

Residents had sent a list of demands to the council, including the immediate rehoming of all people displaced by the fire within the borough; the release of funds to take care of the welfare of those affected; and a complete list of the residents known to live in the tower block. Read More »

11 killed, 20 injured in Afghan Taliban attack

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One attacker continues to fire at police inside a special forces headquarters building in the eastern city of Gardez . Of the seven attackers involved, one blew himself up in a auto at the entrance to clear the way for the others to rush into the building, the office of the Paktia provincial governor said in a statement announcing the end of the raid. Read More »

London fire: Bishop describes residents' angry meeting with May

Residents affected by the Grenfell Tower atrocity were passionate and angry during a lengthy exchange with Theresa May, according to a bishop who sat with them. "The Brighton and Hove Property Consortium has made a decision to set up a page for people to donate to the victims who have lost everything in this horrific fire and to those who have also tragically lost loved ones". Read More »

Trump now target of collusion, obstruction of justice and money laundering probes

Just this morning, in a puzzlingly phrased missive, Trump bemoaned reports that he is under investigation for obstruction of justice after abruptly firing FBI Director James Comey last month. He also took to Twitter yesterday to insist that despite months of investigating, no proof has emerged that he colluded with Russian Federation to tilt the 2016 presidential election in his favor. Read More »

Mexico salvage point against Portugal in FIFA Confederations Cup

Mexico , who drew 1-1 at home to the United States in World Cup qualifying last weekend, will look to Real Sociedad's Carlos Vela and Bayer Leverkusen striker Javier Hernandez for inspiration. A video assistant should not be scrapped as an idea, far from it, but there's no way we should be reviewing every decision. "I first of all thank the fans for voting for me, but it's not the result that we wanted". Read More »

Group protesting Sharia Law met with counter protesters

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At one point the scene became chaotic and police pepper sprayed a group of people after a fight broke out. She was looking at a group of counter-protesters gathered at the sidewalk skirting Broadway. Its highly effective grassroots campaign has resulted in more than 13 states introducing bills to ban Shariah law even though there would be clear constitutional constraints to somehow making religious law supersede USA law. Read More »

Mumbai serial blasts case : Salem, Dossa found guilty

Another accuse Abdul Qayyum Shaikh was acquitted. Out of the six convicted by the TADA court, five have been given death sentences, while Riyaz Siddiqui was sentenced to life imprisonment as he was not found guilty of criminal conspiracy. Read More »

Former German Chancellor Helmut Kohl dies aged 87

Brussels lowered European flags to half mast in order to give tribute to Kohl. The Former Chancellor of the Federal Republic of Germany Helmut Josef Michael Kohl was born on April 3, 1930 in Ludwigshafen am Rhein, Germany. Their suspicion was hardly surprising in the light of the second World War. but Mitterand cited an old joke, "I like Germany so much I'd prefer to have two of them", and Thatcher was reported to have said "we have to stop the German bully". Read More »

London mayor admits public anger over deadly fire

Meanwhile, UK Finance Minister Philip Hammond said on Sunday that the outer wall covering on the Grenfell Tower , known as cladding, is banned in the UK. Labour Party lawmaker David Lammy said the Government and the police should immediately seize all documents relating to the building's renovation to prevent the destruction of evidence that could show criminal wrongdoing. Read More »

Top Judiciary Democrat wants Comey subpoenaed

In a series of statements on Twitter Thursday, Trump repeated his assertion that Mueller's investigation into Russian interference in the 2016 campaign is a "WITCH HUNT" based on the "phony" premise of possible collusion between Russia and a cadre of Trump campaign associates. Read More »

Role of European court will be thorny issue in Brexit talks

The very first item on the agenda will be the status of European Union citizens... In the year since the United Kingdom voted to leave the European Union, an bad lot has happened. He said: "The key thing is we have a clear agenda". "We will negotiate in good faith but it is a negotiation, we recognize there will be an exchange of views and we will take that forward in a spirit of genuine co-operation". Read More »

The President Is Not Under Investigation: Trump Attorney

He again claimed Trump is not under investigation. After Todd pressed Sekulow to explain the president's tweet then, asking him if this was just a mistweet, the attorney merely stated that it was just in response to WaPo and them using anonymous sources. Read More »