• A 2nd mistrial: Jury deadlocks in Ohio cop's murder retrial
A 2nd mistrial: Jury deadlocks in Ohio cop's murder retrial

The jury on Friday afternoon told the judge they were nearly evenly split in their votes and didn't anticipate coming to a decision. Ray Tensing leaves court for the second time on the third day of jury deliberations in his murder trial on November 11 in Cincinnati.

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  • A timeline of events in the Brendan Dassey case
A timeline of events in the Brendan Dassey case

Brendan played a key role in the Netflix series Making A Murderer which saw him and his uncle Steven Avery convicted of murdering Teresa. Dassey was 16 when he told detectives he helped his uncle, Steven Avery , rape and kill photographer Teresa Halbach in 2005.

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  • Obama Calls GOP Healthcare Plan 'Massive Transfer' of Money to Richest Americans
Obama Calls GOP Healthcare Plan 'Massive Transfer' of Money to Richest Americans

Florida Democratic Senator Bill Nelson is calling the GOP Senate bill a bad bill. So the president's dream of getting an Obamacare repeal-replacement bill passed anytime soon is nearly certainly on hold. "Remember, ObamaCare is dead". "And small tweaks over the course of the next couple weeks, under the guise of making these bills easier to...

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  • Philadelphia 76ers: Starters guide to the 2017 NBA Draft
Philadelphia 76ers: Starters guide to the 2017 NBA Draft

The Bulls traded Jimmy Butler and their 16th pick to Minnesota for Zach LaVine, Kris Dunn and the TimberWolves' seventh pick, two people told The Associated Press. Boston Celtics fans William Goodman, left, and his son Eli, of Hollis, N.H., applaud as they watch the Celtics choose Jayson Tatum during the team's NBA basketball draft party at TD ...

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  • LAPD officer arrested for alleged sex with 15-year-old cadet
LAPD officer arrested for alleged sex with 15-year-old cadet

The 31-year-old officer from 77th Street Division was arrested Thursday morning by LAPD Chief Charlie Beck on suspicion of having sex with a minor. Warrants are now being served on the officer's residence, social media accounts and personal communication devices, Beck said.

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  • Moon inspects test firing of new missile in warning to N. Korea
Moon inspects test firing of new missile in warning to N. Korea

The launch was conducted by the Agency for Defense Development and occurred approximately 200 kilometers southwest of Seoul at the Anheung test site, near Taean on the country's western coastline in South Chungcheong Province. The North also conducted two nuclear tests previous year alone as it openly pursues a long-range nuclear missile that could...

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  • Triple-A team moving from Colorado Springs to San Antonio
Triple-A team moving from Colorado Springs to San Antonio

None of the moves are a surprise: the Elmore Sports Group has been open about seeking new opportunities in the past few years, as you can see in the list of articles linked on the bottom of this page. The Missions will play their final season in the Texas League in 2018 with the Triple-A club moving into Nelson Wolff Stadium while a new ballpar...

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  • Blue Devils Conclude First Day at USATF Championship
Blue Devils Conclude First Day at USATF Championship

It won't be hard to spot athletes with ties to Kentucky when the 2017 U.S. Outdoor Track and Field Championships get underway at Sacramento, Calif ., on Thursday. Piazza, who finished sixth in the men's 800-meter run at the NCAA meet, was seventh overall following the first round of the 800 on Thursday. Capping off the long night, the men's 10,0...

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  • Alabama warns of floating fire ants in flood waters
Alabama warns of floating fire ants in flood waters

Downgraded to a tropical depression, Cindy weakened as it crossed Louisiana toward Arkansas but a broad circulation around the system swept moist Gulf air over the South, fueling severe weather and pushing up coastal tides. In nearby Biloxi, a waterspout moved ashore Wednesday morning. Heavy rain and thunderstorms are expected to arrive in sout...

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  • Tropical Storm Cindy makes landfall in Louisiana, Texas
Tropical Storm Cindy makes landfall in Louisiana, Texas

Water wasn't the only problem. BSEE also said that one rig was evacuated in the GoM. The Mississippi coast received some of the heaviest rain. Beyond Cindy , tropical development is unlikely over the Atlantic basin through at least the end of June.

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  • Cindy downgraded to tropical depression
Cindy downgraded to tropical depression

Tropical Storm Bret also continues to move into the eastern Caribbean. The National Weather Service declared a "high risk" of excessive rainfall in this area, stating "significant and possibly life-threatening flash flooding remains possible".

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  • Qatar crisis: latest developments
Qatar crisis: latest developments

As the pressure on Qatar mounted, Kuwaiti ruler Sheikh Sabah Al-Ahmed Al-Sabah was shuttling among Gulf capitals in an effort to find a solution to a crisis that pits some of the world's richest nations against each other. "Qatar has a history of supporting groups that span the spectrum of political expression, from activism to violence", Tille...

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  • Trump says he's 'very supportive' of new Senate health care bill
Trump says he's 'very supportive' of new Senate health care bill

Senate majority leader Mitch McConnell hopes to push it through his chamber next week but solid Democratic opposition - and complaints from at least six Republicans - have left its fate unclear. Democrats said the bill would result in skimpier policies and higher out-of-pocket costs for many people and erode gains made under Obama that saw rou...

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  • Senate Republicans Unveil Health Care Bill
Senate Republicans Unveil Health Care Bill

Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell unveiled the bill at a closed-door session with party faithful. He is one of four GOP senators to say they are opposed it but are open to negotiations, which could put the measure in immediate jeopardy.

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  • Supreme Court limits ability to strip citizenship
Supreme Court limits ability to strip citizenship

Maslenjak's US citizenship could remain revoked, but only if the lower court determines that her false statements were in fact material to the approval of her naturalization application. The case is Maslenjak v. Writing for the majority, Justice Elena Kagan said that the law required a tighter connection between the lie and the procurement of c...

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  • President Trump Casts Doubt Over Special Counsel Mueller's Impartiality
President Trump Casts Doubt Over Special Counsel Mueller's Impartiality

White House Press Secretary Sean Spicer refused to say whether the White House still has an active taping system. Lawmakers investigating allegations of Russian interference in the United States election had asked the White House for any such recordings.

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  • Toomey noncommittal but upbeat about Senate health care bill
Toomey noncommittal but upbeat about Senate health care bill

It shares some broad strokes with the bill that House Republicans passed in may. Their main complaint: The GOP plan doesn't do enough to dismantle the Affordable Care Act. They're two women who have in the past been reluctant to support another one of these bill's goals, which is to block funds for Planned Parenthood. "We still get no mention...

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  • Trump's Latest Financial Disclosure Shows Hotel's Millions
Trump's Latest Financial Disclosure Shows Hotel's Millions

Bush. The form only requires assets held at the end of the reporting period to be disclosed and doesn't require documentation of any transactions, so we have no way of telling how much income Trump generated by divesting. The information was in a new disclosure made voluntarily by the president to the Office of Government Ethics. Mr Trump's fin...

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  • Escalation in Syria: US Downs Syrian Plane, Iran Launches Missiles at ISIS
Escalation in Syria: US Downs Syrian Plane, Iran Launches Missiles at ISIS

The Iranian missiles hit near a pair of cities in eastern Syria where officials said top ISIS leadership and its "bureaucracy" have fled to since leaving the terror group's so-called capital of Raqqa months ago. Iran has a large and diverse ballistic missile arsenal with weapons that comparatively more developed than the Zolfaqar. The U.S. -bac...

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  • Former Molina CEO calls Senate health-care bill 'heartless'
Former Molina CEO calls Senate health-care bill 'heartless'

But some Republican senators, as well as all the Senate's Democrats , have complained about McConnell's proposal, the secrecy with which he drafted it and the speed with which he'd like to whisk it to passage. The bill would eliminate the requirement that Americans or their employers be required to buy health insurance. More than 250,000...

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