• Trump disputes Russian interference in 2016 election
Trump disputes Russian interference in 2016 election

The findings are at the heart of an investigation into contacts that members of Trump's campaign team may have had with Russian officials during the campaign and the transition. The issue has become a flashpoint for the Trump administration as congressional committees and a special counsel investigate the interference and whether the Trump campaign...

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  • At Paris Air Show, Boeing Outsells Rivals
At Paris Air Show, Boeing Outsells Rivals

As Airbus was unveiling its numbers, Boeing topped up its tally by announcing a firm order for 125 737 MAX 8 airplanes with an undisclosed customer and another deal with AerCap to convert 15 of its MAX 8 orders into the larger MAX 10. Boeing, meanwhile, has a Paris order book of 463 when conversions, previous orders upgraded to newer planes, are st...

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  • Obamacare replacement bill to take centre stage in US Senate
Obamacare replacement bill to take centre stage in US Senate

The House version, the American Health Care Act , aims to repeal and replace key provisions of Obamacare . Former Democratic President Barack Obama's signature domestic policy achievement has been a target of Republican wrath for years.

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  • Police shooting victim was 'failed at every single level,' neighbor says
Police shooting victim was 'failed at every single level,' neighbor says

An African-American mother was fatally shot by Seattle police Sunday morning after she called them for help. The department, in a statement, said it believes "transparency throughout the investigation of deadly force incidents is essential to maintaining public trust".

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  • Heyman | Cubs sending Kyle Schwarber to Triple-A
Heyman | Cubs sending Kyle Schwarber to Triple-A

A move down in the batting order was not enough to spark Schwarber, and with the strikeouts continuing to mount, the Cubs are ready to take a more extreme measure and option Schwarber to the minor leagues. Through 64 games played, Schwarber had been hitting just.171 with a.295 on-base percentage and he struck out 75 times in 261 plate appearances. ...

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  • GOP senators to unveil health care bill Thursday
GOP senators to unveil health care bill Thursday

Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell and his lieutenants worked in secret for weeks on the bill, and he said debate on it would start next week. "A few votes from the Democrats - it could be so easy", he said, adding: "So attractive".

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  • Sunshine To Start, Clouds Later
Sunshine To Start, Clouds Later

However, our next frontal boundary will be approaching the area, so a few more clouds may start to filter in later on. A warm front moves in tomorrow with the return of humidity, and clouds, and showers and thunderstorms by afternoon. If this occurs, rainfall on Saturday could be quite heavy, which would be bad news for the third round of the T...

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  • 1 dead as Cindy spins severe weather along Gulf coast
1 dead as Cindy spins severe weather along Gulf coast

A boy on an Alabama beach was struck and killed Wednesday by a log washed ashore by storm surge from Cindy , which spun bands of severe weather ashore from the Florida panhandle to east Texas as it churned ever closer to the Gulf coast. The storm's effects have been felt along a long swath of the coast because the storm is disorganized. By late ...

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  • Tropical Storm Cindy expected to weaken
Tropical Storm Cindy expected to weaken

The storm's maximum sustained winds are near 40 miles per hour and it's expected to weaken to a tropical depression later in the morning and become a remnant low Thursday night. Spots from Louisiana west to the Florida Panhandle experienced flooding Wednesday and some spots of wind damage as bands of storms made their way onshore.

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  • Family of man killed by ex-Milwaukee cop files suit
Family of man killed by ex-Milwaukee cop files suit

According to FOX6 News , the jury began deliberations on Tuesday (June 20) and came with their verdict today. Heaggan-Brown and another officer spotted a man with a gun. After that shooting , there were two days of riots in Milwaukee. The protests against Heaggan-Brown played out mostly on the north side in the Sherman neighborhood of Milw...

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  • Blumenthal To Hold Second 'Emergency Hearing' On Health Care
Blumenthal To Hold Second 'Emergency Hearing' On Health Care

Pence and Health and Human Services Secretary Tom Price both attended the Republican senators' lunch Tuesday in a show of support. All Democrats seem certain to oppose the bill. Mitch McConnell is holding the country's health care hostage in a blacked-out Senate, and millions are rising up in anger. The Post also reported that the current draft...

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  • After weeks of secrecy, Senate to unveil healthcare bill
After weeks of secrecy, Senate to unveil healthcare bill

And at least a half-dozen Republicans - both conservatives and moderates - have complained about it. However, The Post reported that the bill would allow anyone who earns below that new level to get subsidies if they are not eligible for Medicaid , the government-run health coverage program for the poor.

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  • Abortion Language May Be Cut From Senate ObamaCare Bill
Abortion Language May Be Cut From Senate ObamaCare Bill

Senate Republicans expressed skepticism Wednesday about a Washington Post report purportedly detailing the contents of the upper chamber's bill to replace ObamaCare. The threshold for receiving subsidies would be lowered from the current 400 percent above the poverty line to 350 percent. Yet the Senate bill would go farther than the House ver...

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  • Tropical Storm Cindy makes landfall in southwest Louisiana
Tropical Storm Cindy makes landfall in southwest Louisiana

WIND: Tropical storm conditions are affecting portions of the Tropical Storm Warning area. Tropical Storm Cindy has made landfall about 30 mi WSW of Lake Charles, LA between Port Arthur, TX and Cameron, LA. Over the coming days, the cold front will push the remnants of the storm east and will help dump more rain over the Tennessee and Mississip...

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  • Man caught urinating at LA County rail station heavily armed
Man caught urinating at LA County rail station heavily armed

A search of the suspect's bag turned up a loaded AR-15-style rifle, fitted wit with two 30-round magazines and a suppressor, as well as a.40-caliber pistol with a high-capacity magazine and a suppressor and a large machete-style knife, Sheriff Jim McDonnell said.

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  • Missouri boy dies in Alabama after being hit by wave-propelled log
Missouri boy dies in Alabama after being hit by wave-propelled log

The National Weather Service forecast office in Huntsville said Wednesday morning that 3 to 4 inches of rain are expected in north Alabama through Saturday morning, with isolated higher amounts possible. Royal Dutch Shell said it suspended some offshore well operations, but production was so far unaffected. Flooding was also reported on Alabama...

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  • Senate GOP health bill would reshape Obama law
Senate GOP health bill would reshape Obama law

Before today, all that was officially known about what the Senate health bill covers, is that it covers transparency. Where can I read it? Reconciliation allows the GOP to pass the bill with just 51 votes but the bill must omit anything "extraneous" to budgetary matters.

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  • Vigil for Nabra Hassanen in Reston, Virginia
Vigil for Nabra Hassanen in Reston, Virginia

One of the teenagers riding a bicycle in the almost 15-person group got into an argument with Torres, who was driving at the time. On their way back to the mosque, the group walked and rode their bikes on the street and the sidewalk, while the suspect, Darwin Martinez Torres , drove, police said.

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  • Tropical Storm Cindy weakens; AL child dies from wind-blown debris
Tropical Storm Cindy weakens; AL child dies from wind-blown debris

The storm's first fatality was reported Wednesday when a log that was carried in a wave hit and killed a 10-year-old boy on a beach in Fort Morgan, Ala., according to The Associated Press . Cindy has not moved in the past few hours, the National Weather Service said, and is expected to strengthen some in the next 24 hours. Parts of southeaster...

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  • USA southwest swelters in one of its hottest summers
USA southwest swelters in one of its hottest summers

Flights on larger Airbus and Boeing planes were not canceled because they are able to operate at higher maximum temperatures: 127 degrees for Airbus and 126 degrees for Boeing. "It looks like (Tuesday) is the peak of the heat wave", Hernandez says . The first day of summer brought some of the worst heat the Southwest U.S.

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