• Supermarket employee kills 3 co-workers, self in store spree
Supermarket employee kills 3 co-workers, self in store spree

On Thursday, the New York Daily News reported that 24-year-old Dallas , Pennsylvania man Randy Stair arrived for his 11 p.m. Wednesday night shift at the Eaton Township branch of Weis Market , with two shotguns loaded in a duffel bag he kept in his vehicle.

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  • President Trump Blasts James Comey for 'Lies,' Declares 'Total and Complete Vindication'
President Trump Blasts James Comey for 'Lies,' Declares 'Total and Complete Vindication'

President Trump slammed James Comey as a "leaker" and a liar on Friday, "100%" committing to testify under oath to refute Comey's charges while refusing to say if he recorded their conversations. Bush presidency, said there could be an argument that Trump's actions, as described by Comey, were an "implied threat". Trump's tweet said: "Despite...

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  • Kushner and the back story of back channels
Kushner and the back story of back channels

On an inquiry about the president's views on climate change, a subject of discussion for some time, he said he would have to check with the president. Even if he ousted Priebus, who has told friends that his goal was to remain in his job for at least a year, finding a replacement might be no easier than it has been for other positions.

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  • Trump tweets too much
Trump tweets too much

When Grenell wrote , "Breaking: DC reporters are NOT tweeting the line where Comey destroys their anonymous sourced narratives", Trump Jr. added: "I wonder why that is???" President Trump has broken the silence he maintained during former FBI Director James Comey's testimony Thursday, saying on Twitter that he was vindicated in the hearing...

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  • Nikki Haley claims Trump does believe
Nikki Haley claims Trump does believe "the climate is changing".

Ninety-six percent of the electricity that powers Apple's facilities globally comes from renewable sources, according to the section of their website dedicated to addressing climate change . "He knows that it's changing and he knows the USA has to be responsible for it and that is what we're going to do". Russian President Vladimir Putin said that...

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  • Trump welcomes Romanian president to White House
Trump welcomes Romanian president to White House

The president said he was "Very, very happy, and, frankly, James Comey confirmed a lot of what I said, and some of the things that he said just weren't true". "That was an excuse by the Democrats who lost an election that some people think they shouldn't have lost, because it's nearly impossible for the Democrats to lose the Electoral Col...

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  • Comey Says Bill Clinton-Loretta Lynch Meeting Prompted Hillary Clinton Reveal
Comey Says Bill Clinton-Loretta Lynch Meeting Prompted Hillary Clinton Reveal

During Thursday's testimony Comey told committee members that Lynch had asked him to refer to the investigation into Hillary Clinton's emails as a "matter", rather than an "investigation". "That gave me a queasy feeling", Comey said. "And she said, just call it a matter". "I said (to myself), 'This isn't a hill worth dying on, OK".

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  • Cavaliers get physical to keep title hopes alive
Cavaliers get physical to keep title hopes alive

For the Cavaliers , a win would be the first step toward becoming the first National Basketball Association team to overcome a 3-0 deficit in the Finals. Irving was up to 28 points and James had already registered 22 points, six rebounds and eight assists. "And for that to go in was just liberating". "It doesn't matter until we get that 16th o...

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  • U.S. spy chiefs are ducking questions about Trump and Russian Federation
U.S. spy chiefs are ducking questions about Trump and Russian Federation

As Coats repeatedly said that he would not answer their questions in public, he added that he would answer in a classified session. "I stand by the comments I made; I am not interested in repeating myself sir", Rogers said, before backing off after an awkward pause and saying: "And I don't mean that in a contentious way".

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  • Intel. Director Facing Senate Amid Claims of Trump Pressure
Intel. Director Facing Senate Amid Claims of Trump Pressure

Rogers told the committee he hadn't been asked to do anything he felt was " illegal , immoral, unethical, or inappropriate". "I've never felt pressure to intervene or interfere in any way and shape - with shaping intelligence in a political way, or in relationship to an ongoing investigation".

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  • Continetti: This One Tweet May Lead to Trump's Impeachment
Continetti: This One Tweet May Lead to Trump's Impeachment

Later in the day, White House adviser Kellyanne Conway refused to comment on whether a recording existed, or not. In a follow-up, Trump said: "Sorry folks, but if I would have relied on the Fake News of CNN, NBC, ABC, CBS, washpost or nytimes, I would have had ZERO chance winning WH".

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  • Senate panel heads back reauthorizing intel law
Senate panel heads back reauthorizing intel law

As the briefing was wrapping up, Trump asked everyone to leave the room except for Coats and CIA Director Mike Pompeo. Andrew McCabe was asked by Senator Heinrich if he could back up what Comey is expected to say. that I may or may not have had with the president of the United States", Admiral Mike Rogers , head of the National Security Agency, sa...

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  • Twitter barrage puts spotlight on Trump's outspoken son
Twitter barrage puts spotlight on Trump's outspoken son

While many pro-Trump advocates have openly urged Trump stop his favorite means of communicating, it appears from the Press secretary's statement today , tweets are now official documents, presumably, with the same importance as any other presidential statement.

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  • Twitter Reacts To News Of A Hung Parliament
Twitter Reacts To News Of A Hung Parliament

Remaining, though, would undermine the party and government even more. However, even with all parties on board, it would still only be able to form a minority government , which would have even more difficulty than the Tories in putting together a legislative programme.

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  • White House, intel chiefs want to make internet spying law permanent
White House, intel chiefs want to make internet spying law permanent

U.S. Director of National Intelligence Dan Coats, speaking on behalf of other intelligence agency leaders, also told the Senate Intelligence Committee panel on Wednesday that the statute should be made permanent, saying it was necessary to keep the United States safe from national security threats.

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  • Girl disqualified from soccer game because she looked like a boy
Girl disqualified from soccer game because she looked like a boy

Her father added: 'She was crying after they told us... So eight-year-old Mili Hernandez put thought into it before going to the hairdresser. The girl Mili Hernandez , who plays for the Azzuri-Cachorros Chicas, said that she was disqualified for the way she looks.

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  • Third London attacker named as authorities face questions
Third London attacker named as authorities face questions

A man missing since the London Bridge terror attack may have been thrown into the River Thames by the speeding van, police say. The second alleged attacker was identified by police as Rachid Redouane , who alternately used the surname Elkhdar, and claimed to be Moroccan and Libyan.

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  • North Korea blasts Trump as 'silly,' 'ignorant' over Paris Accord withdrawal
North Korea blasts Trump as 'silly,' 'ignorant' over Paris Accord withdrawal

Both China and Europe have in fact announced that they are ready to increase the commitments to cut down on carbon emissions in 2015. Speaking with Chuck Todd on "Meet the Press", Kerry doubted that Trump could find a better deal than the one from which he just withdrew.

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  • Donald Trump breaks silence on Comey testimony
Donald Trump breaks silence on Comey testimony

Trump wrote at 6:10 a.m. Then there's Comey's assertion that President Trump was not under FBI investigation, which blows another hole in fake news reports that Trump fired Comey to keep the G-men away from his address. Sen. Jim Risch, R-Idaho, responded to Comey , "You may have taken it as a direction, but that's not what he sai...

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  • Intelligence Heads Won't Say If Trump Asked Them To Intervene
Intelligence Heads Won't Say If Trump Asked Them To Intervene

The conversations with Coats and Rogers took place in the wake of Comey testifying on March 20 that the FBI was investigating possible coordination between the Trump campaign and Russian operatives. Comey is testifying to the Senate on Thursday about his conversations with Trump on all this. The chairman off the Senate intelligence committee, GO...

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