• Who was James Hodgkinson?
Who was James Hodgkinson?

His last post, which he made Monday evening, repeatedly described the president as as "assh*le" in reaction to a news story he shared about Cabinet members praising Trump during a meeting. In a 2015 Facebook post, Hodgkinson shared a political cartoon about Congressman Steve Scalise saying, "Here's a Republican that should lose his job, but the...

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  • Another senator says he opposes health care bill
Another senator says he opposes health care bill

Around 60 protesters showed up to the protest holding signs bearing anti-AHCA slogans and chanted "Don't Touch Medicaid ". Capitol police did not immediately return WTOP's inquiries about which groups the protesters represented. McConnell hopes to bring the bill to a vote next week before Congress leaves for a week-long July 4 recess. "Many ...

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  • Top Democrat slams Obama administration's response to Russian hacks
Top Democrat slams Obama administration's response to Russian hacks

Manchin's comments come in the wake of a Washington Post report that detailed the Obama administration's approach to punishing the Russian government for its hacking and influence campaign meant to politically damage Hillary Clinton and swing the election in Donald Trump's favor.

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  • Parade revelers feel need to stand up for rights
Parade revelers feel need to stand up for rights

In the previous 13 years Istanbul Pride had gained a reputation as the largest celebration of LGBTQ identity in a Muslim-majority country. "If I said I'd call them, (the people) gave me the numbers, (and) I'd call them", she said. Riot police , armed with shields and helmets, used their bodies to seal streets the organizers were predicted to us...

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  • Calif. man finds out son he thought was buried is alive
Calif. man finds out son he thought was buried is alive

Why did the coroner's office tell them the dead man was the younger Kerrigan, and who the hell did they bury at that funeral? The gravesite in Orange , where Frank M. Coroner officials had told them that the younger Frank had died peacefully, but that didn't match up with what Meikle saw. It was, she told the Register, " a pretty disturbing...

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  • Hawaii official: Ruling shows USA system works
Hawaii official: Ruling shows USA system works

The Ninth Circuit panel ruled that the travel ban does not account for why allowing the entry of nationals from the six targeted countries under "current protocols" would harm USA interests. They could order an unusual June argument and try to resolve the travel ban lawsuits before they leave town for the summer. Justice Department lawyers ma...

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  • Donald Trump Takes Victory Lap In Iowa After GOP's Georgia Win
Donald Trump Takes Victory Lap In Iowa After GOP's Georgia Win

In this June 9, 2017 House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi , D-Calif., speakson Capitol Hill in Washington . Democrats are still reeling from Hillary Clinton's loss in the presidential election past year, and this week Democrat Jon Ossoff lost in Georgia's special election to replace former Rep.

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  • GOP senator: 'No way' health care bill should move forward
GOP senator: 'No way' health care bill should move forward

Trump earlier attacked Democrats for their "slam" on the healthcare proposal. The Republican Senate is pushing for a vote in the coming days on its health care plan. Trump tells " Fox and Friends " that "we've a very good plan". Though a wily negotiator, Mr. McConnell faces procedural headaches, such as fending off politically painful vot...

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  • Donald Trump accuses Hillary Clinton of colluding to defeat 'crazy Bernie Sanders'
Donald Trump accuses Hillary Clinton of colluding to defeat 'crazy Bernie Sanders'

His accusations come amid the deepening investigation of Russian interference in the 2016 election. Former Clinton campaign manager Robby Mook, a CNN political commentator, said Trump should move on from the election and address concerns over threats to the nation's elections.

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  • Carolina teen missing over a year found alive in Georgia
Carolina teen missing over a year found alive in Georgia

Family members said Burns has Asperger Syndrome. According to officials, the Charlotte FBI and Charlotte-Mecklenburg Police Department, who have been handling the disappearance of Hailey Burns since day one, will now be getting help from the Charlotte-Mecklenburg Police Department and FBI Atlanta to bring the case to resolution.

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  • Muslims mark end of Ramadan with Eid celebrations
Muslims mark end of Ramadan with Eid celebrations

King of Saudi Arabia Salman bin Abdulaziz Al Saud and crown prince Mohammed bin Salman attended the Eid prayer at Masjid al-Haram in the presence of more than two million people. Shawwal 1st in these countries is today and Muslims in these countries are celebrating Eid after the moon was sighted on Saturday 29th of Ramadan in the region.

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  • Ramirez, Leon homer, Red Sox beat Angels 9-4 on Papi's night
Ramirez, Leon homer, Red Sox beat Angels 9-4 on Papi's night

Los Angeles is 6-0 in their last 6 game threes and 5-2 in their last 7 road games against a right-handed starter while the over is 5-0 in their last 5 road games. Espinosa was credited with a fielder's choice and RBI after the review. Ben Revere led off with a single, scoring on Kaleb Cowart's one-out single to right.

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  • Auto crash sparks brush fire along LA County freeway
Auto crash sparks brush fire along LA County freeway

No other injuries or structure damages have been reported, Marrone said. Los Angeles County Fire Department Supervising Fire Dispatcher Cheryl Sims said that structures are threatened, but gave no further information. The flames have "jumped the freeway", the dispatcher said. A SigAlert was declared by the California Highway Patrol just after 2...

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  • CWS: Faedo fabulous again, Florida beats TCU to go to finals
CWS: Faedo fabulous again, Florida beats TCU to go to finals

With a team like this, it is no surprise why they were #Number 1 and the favorite to win the College World Series . Nothing Louisiana State encounters in the College World Series championship series is likely to be more daunting than the task the Tigers had to complete to get there.

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  • Million Would Lose Health Insurance Under GOP Bill, Trump Actuary Says
Million Would Lose Health Insurance Under GOP Bill, Trump Actuary Says

As the New York Times recently reported , the secrecy surround the Senate's health care is raising alarms on both sides of the aisle. "It seems to me that what they want to do, because this legislation is so bad, is keep it secret, keep it hidden, and in the last possible second rush it before the Senate and get a vote within a few hours".

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  • Where Republican US senators stand on healthcare bill
Where Republican US senators stand on healthcare bill

Five Republican senators have announced they will not support the bill, which is created to repeal and replace Obamacare, in its current form. But he said "it's going to be very hard to get me to a "yes" on the bill. Lifetime Caps: Guts protections against annual and lifetime caps, and because of the way the bill is written, it's likely to do this...

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  • Thousands Attend Funeral Service for Teen Killed Near Va. Mosque
Thousands Attend Funeral Service for Teen Killed Near Va. Mosque

It hurts our community. It hurts me as an American Muslim". Hassanen was murdered early Sunday morning as she walked with a group of teens to a mosque in Fairfax County. Police, however, said Hassanen's death was not being investigated as a hate crime at this point. She and the other girls in the group were wearing abayas , a robe-like dress w...

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

Four of the jurors are black and the rest are white. Heaggan-Brown's first shot struck Smith's arm, grounding him. "Mr. Heaggan-Brown knew at the time he fired that second shot that Sylville Smith had already disarmed himself", Chisholm told the jury, WISN-TV reported .

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  • Gov. Walker: critics' argument in gerrymandering case 'woefully ignorant'
Gov. Walker: critics' argument in gerrymandering case 'woefully ignorant'

On Monday, the US Supreme Court agreed to hear an appeal case involving partisan gerrymandering in Wisconsin. The voters who are challenging the plan, led by the nonpartisan Campaign Legal Center, argue that the map allowed Wisconsin's state Assembly to not resemble the electorate in a closely divided swing state that has supported presid...

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  • Gov. Kasich's website hacked with apparent ISIS propaganda
Gov. Kasich's website hacked with apparent ISIS propaganda

It includes the phrase "I Love Islamic state". Howard County's government website was hacked with messages supporting the Islamic State on Sunday, part of a larger attack on local government websites around the country. "We also are working with law enforcement to better understand what happened". The same pro-ISIS message, accompanied by mus...

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