• Portland stabbing attack survivor tells city's Muslim community they 'are loved'
Portland stabbing attack survivor tells city's Muslim community they 'are loved'

Transit officials plan to halt all buses and trains Friday in a moment of silence honoring the men killed and others affected by the attack on a northeast Portland train. Two black teenagers, one of whom was wearing a hijab, were already on the train and he began shouting at them. A 21-year-old man survived his injuries.

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  • Walker open to tolling interstates, with conditions
Walker open to tolling interstates, with conditions

The positive news comes as Gov. Scott Walker and Republicans who control the Legislature are still struggling to reach a deal on how to pay for roads. Some in the Legislature are floating a longer-term solution for more roads revenue: open-road tolling. The nonpartisan Legislative Fiscal Bureau on Tuesday told lawmakers that that roads fund will ...

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  • Senate Bill 240 paves the way for legal esports betting in Nevada
Senate Bill 240 paves the way for legal esports betting in Nevada

It could, therefore, lessen the amount of red tape that sportsbooks have to jump through to offer esports betting, and increase the amount of events being offered for wagering. Wagering on eSports has been occurring in Nevada since last fall under the state's Gaming Control Board, but Governor Sandoval's signature on Senate Bill 240 legalizes the...

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  • Oklahoma to face Oregon in NCAA golf finals
Oklahoma to face Oregon in NCAA golf finals

They'll meet OR in Tuesday's semifinals, as the Ducks advanced when Sulman Raza, who holed last year's national title-clinching putt, beat Oklahoma State's Hayden Wood, 2 and 1, to give his team a 3-2 win. He then took out Vanderbilt's top player, Matthias Schwab , 2 up, in the deciding match of the semifinal round, lifting his NCAA match-play rec...

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  • Officer's Trial Judge To Rule On Castile Gun Permit Evidence
Officer's Trial Judge To Rule On Castile Gun Permit Evidence

Anthony police officer was legally justified when he shot and killed Philando Castile last summer. Castile's death grabbed the nation's attention previous year when his girlfriend live-streamed the aftermath of the fatal traffic stop on Facebook , allowing millions to watch the chilling video.

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  • Man, 3-year-old son dead after being found in Michigan pool
Man, 3-year-old son dead after being found in Michigan pool

Employees pulled the man and his son from the apartment complex's community pool and started CPR. Hart said the father and son had gone to the pool at about 3 p.m., but did not intend to swim. Names weren't immediately released. According to Detroit media reports, a couple walking through the pool area spotted them, alerting staff members who j...

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  • Spicer Rips Unnamed Sources Hours After Trump Tweets Story With Unnamed Source
Spicer Rips Unnamed Sources Hours After Trump Tweets Story With Unnamed Source

Spicer said the "common thread" of his overseas sojourn was terrorism and national security. Kushner made his secret communications proposal on December 1 or 2 at Trump Tower in NY, according to intercepts of Russian communications reviewed by U.S.

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  • Kelly defends plan for Russian Federation back channel as a 'good thing'
Kelly defends plan for Russian Federation back channel as a 'good thing'

Trump's advisers assisted in the Russian campaign. Jared Kushner , President Donald Trump's son-in-law and senior adviser, spoke in December with Russia's Ambassador to the US about establishing a secret communications channel between the Trump transition team and Moscow to discuss strategy in Syria and other policy issues, according to three ...

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  • Audit: Millions of Trump's Twitter followers are fake
Audit: Millions of Trump's Twitter followers are fake

Problem is, numerous followers appear to be fake. According to Twitter Audit Report, a website that analyses how many of an account's followers are real people, 15.9 million of Big Don's Twitter Army are authentic, while 15 million, or 51 percent, are FAKE.

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  • Officers respond to report of armed man at Orlando airport
Officers respond to report of armed man at Orlando airport

Mina says Pettigrew, a former Marine, was being held for a mental evaluation but also faces aggravated assault charges . The man had the weapon on the first floor of the airport in the rental auto area, Greater Orlando Aviation Authority spokeswoman Carolyn Fennell said.

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  • Surviving victim of train attack out of hospital
Surviving victim of train attack out of hospital

This booking photo provided by Multnomah County Sheriff's Office shows Jeremy Joseph Christian . "You've got no safe place!" and "Death to the enemies of America!" "That's what liberalism gets you", Christian said . Since the incident, thousands of people have gathered at candlelight vigils and contributed to makeshift memorials to Taliesin My...

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  • Trump promises unfulfilled by House GOP health bill
Trump promises unfulfilled by House GOP health bill

About 55 percent of Americans view the Republican-backed American Health Care Act negatively and want the Senate to make major changes to the legislation or reject it, according to the Kaiser Family Foundation's latest tracking poll . The current president and Paul Ryan's conservative House moves us backwards in time. The current Republican ...

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  • Trump hits out at 'fake news' about son-in-law
Trump hits out at 'fake news' about son-in-law

Trump's advisers assisted in the Russian campaign. US President Donald Trump says he has "total confidence" in his embattled senior adviser and son-in-law, Jared Kushner , following reports Kushner tried to set up a secret channel of communications with Russian Federation before Trump took office.

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  • Trump's communications director set to leave White House - Trump adviser
Trump's communications director set to leave White House - Trump adviser

But Spicer isn't the only White House staffer lavishing praise on Trump. The White House did not announce a departure date for Dubke, but chief of staff Reince Priebus said Dubke "will remain on board until a transition is concluded".

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  • Texas considers trans bathroom bill for public schools
Texas considers trans bathroom bill for public schools

A broader proposal, requiring all transgender people in the state to use public restrooms according to the gender on their birth certificate passed the state Senate a month ago, but stalled in the House. Representative Chris Paddie, who sponsored the proposal, said there was "absolutely no intent to discriminate", and that it "made reasonable a...

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  • Nicklaus concerned for injured Woods
Nicklaus concerned for injured Woods

He also passed the urine test. Woods then said a statement that it was a reaction to the prescription drugs he had been taking. The police arrest report says the golfer told the officer he was coming from golfing in Los Angeles and he did not know where he was.

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  • Rasmus, Beckham big swings for Rays in 10-8 win over Rangers
Rasmus, Beckham big swings for Rays in 10-8 win over Rangers

Choo Shin-soo of the Texas Rangers has homered in back-to-back games for the first time this season. Beckham said he was sacked up by the intentional walk and wanted to keep the momentum going for the Rays . Jose Alvarado did it against Miami on May 3 following his promotion from Double-A Montgomery. Dickerson connected with a bouncing pi...

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  • Armed man in custody at Orlando airport; no one hurt
Armed man in custody at Orlando airport; no one hurt

I want to thank law enforcement for their quick response and efforts to put the suspect in custody and keep families safe. An armed man at the Orlando International Airport was taken into custody Tuesday night after a almost three-hour standoff with police, authorities said.

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  • Portland mayor asks federal government to revoke permit for 'alt-right' protest
Portland mayor asks federal government to revoke permit for 'alt-right' protest

Wheeler's comments come days after a man on a Portland train shouted racial and religious hate speech, some of it directed at two women, police say . "He frequently used the n-word and saluted Hitler". The other is a " March Against Sharia ", and it is part of a nationwide anti-Muslim demonstration.

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  • Hundreds Turned Out For Annual Memorial Day Parade
Hundreds Turned Out For Annual Memorial Day Parade

Memorial Day activities kicked off in Beloit and South Beloit at 6:30 a.m. with a wreath laying ceremony put on by the Marine Corps League at Beloit's Rotary River Center. This is also a big day for others commemorating alongside with him. "We wouldn't be here without the veterans before me and the ones that'll be after me", Johnson said.

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