• Supermarket employee kills 3 coworkers, self in store spree
Supermarket employee kills 3 coworkers, self in store spree

In some of his posts, he talked about planning an attack and dying which has many people asking, why didn't anyone speak up? Pennsylvania police say a supermarket employee brought two guns to the store where he shot three fellow workers after the store had closed.

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  • Top intelligence officials say little about Trump conversations on Russian Federation
Top intelligence officials say little about Trump conversations on Russian Federation

National Intelligence Director Dan CoatsDan CoatsIntel hearing becomes curtain-raiser for Comey Five things lawmakers want to know from Comey Rosenstein to testify next week MORE , National Security Agency head Adm. "It was so jarring to hear recent reports of White House officials - perhaps even the president himself, attempting to interfer...

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  • Thousands Gather In Tehran To Mourn Victims Of Attacks
Thousands Gather In Tehran To Mourn Victims Of Attacks

The attack " will not damage the Iranian nation's determination and the obvious result is nothing except an increase in hate for the governments of the United States and their stooges in the region like Saudi (Arabia )", he said ahead of the funeral, according to state media.

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  • Intelligence Officials: No Pressure To Intervene In Investigations
Intelligence Officials: No Pressure To Intervene In Investigations

News reports have said Trump sought to pressure Comey to back off his investigation of Flynn , who was sacked in February after he misled White House officials about his communications with Russian officials, including Moscow's ambassador in Washington .

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  • Angus King: 'Ridiculous, Disappointing' Intel Chiefs Refused to Answer Questions
Angus King: 'Ridiculous, Disappointing' Intel Chiefs Refused to Answer Questions

Rogers told the committee he hadn't been asked to do anything he felt was "illegal, immoral, unethical, or inappropriate". He also could cast light on why the president fired him. Chris Christie's lawyer during the George Washington Bridge lane-closing investigation. National Security Agency Director Adm. Michael Rogers appears before a Se...

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  • UK leader May seen fighting for survival after election failure
UK leader May seen fighting for survival after election failure

The prime minister maintained that the Brexit talks would begin as planned next week, but with her party's loss of 13 seats and its parliamentary majority, May will rely on the support of the DUP vote by vote. But he also warned that the Brexit movement remains strong and that it will flex its muscles again if the Prime Minister backtracks from...

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  • Officials explain Draymond Green technical foul mishap
Officials explain Draymond Green technical foul mishap

It was certainly a wild scene in the third quarter when 20,000 fans thought Draymond Green had been ejected , only to find out he wasn't. Another eventful Game 4 of the NBA Finals for Draymond Green - even after it appeared he'd been ejected in this one.

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  • USA vice president welcomes new astronaut candidates in Houston
USA vice president welcomes new astronaut candidates in Houston

The 12 candidates for NASA's 2017 astronaut corps. "After completing two years of training, the new astronaut candidates could be assigned to missions performing research at the International Space Station - launching from the American soil, and also launching on deep space missions ", read NASA's statement.

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  • She Allegedly Coaxed Her Boyfriend to Kill Himself. Now She's on Trial
She Allegedly Coaxed Her Boyfriend to Kill Himself. Now She's on Trial

Inside a pickup truck Roy inhaled deadly carbon monoxide fumes and his body was found there in a K-mart parking lot on the morning of July 13, 2014. "Get back in", Carter said she told him. Now, almost three years later, Carter is on trial in a controversial case that experts say raises new and contentious questions: Can a person be charg...

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  • President meets with EPA chief on Paris climate pact
President meets with EPA chief on Paris climate pact

Do you ever have any question about anything you wish to ask and get answer? Nearly 200 countries had pledged support to reduce carbon emissions in the landmark global warming deal. But afterward, leaders said Trump offered few assurances he would uphold commitments to carbon reductions made under the Obama administration. "President Trump is m...

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  • Trump to evangelicals: We're 'under siege,' will be stronger
Trump to evangelicals: We're 'under siege,' will be stronger

They will obstruct. They will spread their hatred and their prejudice but we will not back down from doing what is right", Trump assured. "We have to build those numbers up because we are just not going to get votes" from Democrats , Trump said, blaming the opposing party with harming the country.

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  • Daniel Coats: 'I Have Never Been Pressured' By Trump To Intervene
Daniel Coats: 'I Have Never Been Pressured' By Trump To Intervene

At a hearing of the Senate Intelligence Committee, Virginia Democrat Mark Warner asked Coats and Rogers about media reports that Trump has pressured them to downplay the Russian Federation investigation. However, Coats said that he felt that conversations with the president should not be shared "with the general public". Mr Comey beli...

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  • The Lakers Have Options If They Pass On Lonzo Ball
The Lakers Have Options If They Pass On Lonzo Ball

The Los Angeles Lakers hold the No. 2 overall pick in the NBA Draft , which is set to take place on June 22. Ball did make it clear that he is not in the habit of thinking twice about anything that comes out of his mouth, even in the face of questions about his attitude toward women.

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  • Trump condemns fatal stabbing of good Samaritans in Portland
Trump condemns fatal stabbing of good Samaritans in Portland

Jeremy Joseph Christian shouts as he is arraigned in Multnomah County Circuit Court in Portland Tuesday. His court-appointed attorney, Gregory Scholls, has not returned a call. Magnum's mother also said a portion of the funds will go toward purchasing a vehicle, since she no longer feels safe letting her daughter ride Portland's public trans...

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  • Florida Cops Found Tiger Woods Snoozing At The Wheel Of His Mercedes
Florida Cops Found Tiger Woods Snoozing At The Wheel Of His Mercedes

In newly emerged details, CNN also reported that Woods' speech was slurred and that he didn't know where he was. However, Woods blew a 0.0 on a breath test for alcohol. He promised to do everything in his power to ensure it never happens again. The report also reads that Woods was cooperative. Following Tiger Woods' arrest on a DU...

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  • Trump says U.S. is committed to mutual support of North Atlantic Treaty Organisation allies
Trump says U.S. is committed to mutual support of North Atlantic Treaty Organisation allies

The leaders will face the White House press corps at a news conference in the Rose Garden after their talks. The Russia investigations have consumed the White House and distracted the president and lawmakers from his governing agenda. and to turn up the burners on a new Middle East war. 'I'm committing the United States to Article 5 and certa...

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  • Senate Committee Questions Intel
Senate Committee Questions Intel

Appearing before the Senate Select Committee on Intelligence Wednesday were National Intelligence Director Dan Coats , National Security Agency chief Mike Rogers , Deputy U.S. "I've never felt pressured", Director Coats added. Coats and Rogers said they would have to talk to the White House counsel's office to ensure that the president wi...

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  • Trump talks infrastructure initiative on Kentucky border
Trump talks infrastructure initiative on Kentucky border

We won't get one Democrat vote. In a tweet early Wednesday, Trump also announced Christopher Wray as his pick to succeed Comey as Federal Bureau of Investigation director. However, when asked what she thought about the prospect of state and local governments in OH ponying up cash to help pay for infrastructure improvements, Taylor hesitated.

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  • Oldest Trump son fires off 80-plus tweets in support of dad
Oldest Trump son fires off 80-plus tweets in support of dad

President Trump takes a break from rigorous tweeting schedule. "The President is the President of the United States, so they're considered official statements by the President of the United States", Spicer said , when asked during his daily briefing how they should be characterized.

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  • Britain: Conservative Party loses majority, will need to form coalition
Britain: Conservative Party loses majority, will need to form coalition

The DUP won 10 seats. With almost all votes counted, the Conservative Party has 318 seats, according to the BBC . British Prime Minister Theresa May says she will stay in office although her party lost its parliamentary majority in elections.

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