• A New Lawsuit Claims Trump Illegally Destroyed Presidential Records
A New Lawsuit Claims Trump Illegally Destroyed Presidential Records

President Donald Trump and his wife, Melania, hosted their first congressional picnic Thursday, with the president using the convivial evening to pay tribute to Rep. It also points to at least one news report where White House staffers purged their phones of compromising information. She was the first woman to hold the position.

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  • Supreme Court Revives Trump's Travel Ban
Supreme Court Revives Trump's Travel Ban

In what can only be seen as a big win for the Trump administration, the unanimous Supreme Court both took up the travel-ban cases and allowed most of the relevant executive order to go into effect. Trump issued a revised executive order in March , which limited travel from those six countries for 90 days and suspended the country's refugee pro...

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  • PM Modi and I are world leaders in social media, says Trump
PM Modi and I are world leaders in social media, says Trump

In the thicket of diplomacy, Modi must also to try to grasp an unpredictable US president who derides China as a "currency manipulator" one day, but later calls President Xi "a great guy". "We're believers. Giving the citizens of our countries the opportunity to hear directly from their elected officials and for us to hear directly from them".

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  • Trump eager for big meeting with Putin; some advisers wary
Trump eager for big meeting with Putin; some advisers wary

Dianne Feinstein of California, a top Democrat on the Senate intelligence committee, repeatedly pressed the administration to speak out about Russia's activity. "I know you thought Hillary would win, but how could you not reveal important information about Russian Federation hacking?" she said. "I understand the analysis, but look where we ar...

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  • Support for gay marriage surges, even among groups once wary
Support for gay marriage surges, even among groups once wary

Before the ruling , provisions hadn't been for same-sex parents, and in some cases, health officials refused to list a "non-biological spouse" on a newborn's birth certificate. Under the law, married lesbian couples had to get a court order to have both spouses listed as parents on their children's birth certificates. "The historic ruling in Ob...

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  • Neil Gorsuch Is Paying Off For Trump So Far
Neil Gorsuch Is Paying Off For Trump So Far

Justice Clarence Thomas argued that the court should have granted Trump's request to implement the travel ban in full while the legal fight continues. Only the small group of individuals with no connections in the United States can be prohibited from entering the United States under Monday's decision .

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  • Kevin Harvick wins at Sonona for 1st victory of season
Kevin Harvick wins at Sonona for 1st victory of season

But at a track where experience and ability can separate the field, it was Harvick and a bunch of veterans who led the way. Kevin Harvick maybe needed a little kick in the butt to get his road-course game in gear for 110 laps Sunday at Sonoma Raceway .

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  • Cyclist Seriously Hurt by Drunk Wrong-Way Driver Fleeing Police, NYPD Says
Cyclist Seriously Hurt by Drunk Wrong-Way Driver Fleeing Police, NYPD Says

Raheem Addison is arraigned in Manhattan Criminal Court on Monday in NY. Investigators say he confessed to five hours of drinking, and prosecutors say he was "thoroughly intoxicated" behind the wheel. He reportedly jumped out of the vehicle at West 35th Street and ran, and his description was broadcast over the police radio. He was taken into cu...

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  • AP analysis: Pennsylvania gerrymander gave GOP a big boost
AP analysis: Pennsylvania gerrymander gave GOP a big boost

Created to detect cases in which one party may have secured power through political gerrymandering, it found that the GOP may have won as many as 22 additional congressional seats more than expected. Republicans also had a geographical advantage because their voters were spread more widely across suburban and rural America instead of being highly c...

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  • Supreme Court allows Trump's revised travel ban in part
Supreme Court allows Trump's revised travel ban in part

The highest court in the land is set to hear the case for the controversial travel ban when it reconvenes in October. The ban on visitors from Iran , Libya, Somalia , Sudan, Syria and Yemen can be enforced as long if those visitors lack a "credible claim of a bona fide relationship with a person or entity in the United States ".

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  • Philando Castile's family reaches $3 million settlement with city of St. Anthony
Philando Castile's family reaches $3 million settlement with city of St. Anthony

Anthony and the attorneys representing the Castile family said , "No amount of money could ever replace Philando ". The settlement to be paid to Valerie Castile , who is the trustee for her family in the case, will avoid a federal wrongful death lawsuit stemming from Philando Castile's death.

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  • Leonard, Green earn National Basketball Association all-defensive honors
Leonard, Green earn National Basketball Association all-defensive honors

Gobert led the National Basketball Association in blocks (2.6 bpg) while also ranking third in defensive rating at 99.2, with Leonard accounting for 1.8 steals per game and a defensive rating of 101.6. Danny Green's first career selection makes him the second guard and the eighth player in Spurs history to be named to an All-Defensive Team, join...

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  • Berks reacts to Supreme Court 's action on travel ban
Berks reacts to Supreme Court 's action on travel ban

If the court rules in favor of the administration , the ban can be implemented within 72 hours. That means it will take effect Thursday morning. It's a 90-day travel ban for citizens from those six countries, but there are some exceptions.

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  • Who Will & Won't Be Impacted by the Travel Ban After SCOTUS Decision
Who Will & Won't Be Impacted by the Travel Ban After SCOTUS Decision

Trump mocks the decision , calling Robart a "so-called judge". "As President, I can not allow people into our country who want to do us harm", President Trump said in a statement, via CNN . On Monday, Baylor College of Medicine general counsel Bob Corrigan said the school was "heartened" by the exemption for bona fide relationships . Just ho...

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  • Sean Spicer claims he has never discussed Russian hacking with Trump
Sean Spicer claims he has never discussed Russian hacking with Trump

CBS News Radio correspondent Mark Knoller, unofficial White House historian, tweeted this June briefing tally which demonstrates Spicer's absence. White House Press Secretary Sean Spicer is reportedly leaving the White House. A senior administration official and three people familiar with the potential changes told the AP Monday that Spicer h...

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  • Narrowed travel ban could sow confusion in US and abroad, experts say
Narrowed travel ban could sow confusion in US and abroad, experts say

Today, in a 16-page opinion , the Supreme Court said it would hear the case for the ban later this year. The justices said the travel ban may go into effect, except for "foreign nationals who have a credible claim of a bona fide relationship with a person or entity in the United States ", such as a spouse or close relative.

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  • State Fire Marshal: Be careful with fireworks
State Fire Marshal: Be careful with fireworks

Scott Fire Officials would also like to remind everyone, if you are liable for any damage caused to someone else's property, as a result of the fireworks being popped. "Earlier this year, we were fortunate to have an abundance of rainfall", Fire Marshal Louis Chris Lopez said. ~Purchase fireworks from an authorized retailer and follow the manufac...

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  • California Issues Travel Ban on States It Accuses of LGBT Discrimination
California Issues Travel Ban on States It Accuses of LGBT Discrimination

The travel ban under law AB 1887 , first put into effect on January 1, targets states that California believes use religious freedom as a basis for discrimination. "The law allows student-led school clubs and organizations the right to refuse members on the grounds of a deeply held religious belief". "Fresno State, a public California university...

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  • Wounded congressman remains in critical condition after park shooting
Wounded congressman remains in critical condition after park shooting

He underwent surgery on Wednesday, but required additional procedures to mend significant internal injuries, including a broken hip and damage to internal organs. "I think that an excellent recovery is a good possibility", Dr. Jack Sava, director of trauma at MedStar Washington Hospital Center said at a news conference Friday afternoon.

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  • Supreme Court orders re-argument in 2 cases
Supreme Court orders re-argument in 2 cases

ROBIN ROBERTS: There's growing speculation that Justice Kennedy could be announcing his retirement. The court could also delay its recess to allow more time to consider the case, or even put it off to the fall session. However, on some occasions, he has sided with liberals in some cases, such as his 2015 ruling in the nationwide same-sex ma...

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