• Donor Contributions Ended Up In Donald Trump's Pockets As Revenue
Donor Contributions Ended Up In Donald Trump's Pockets As Revenue

Such practices would be illegal under federal tax regulations and state laws against misleading donors, Dan Alexander writes in Forbes . "To me, they aren't even people!" Some may find Eric Trump's complaint about the erosion of morals ironic, since his father is frequently blamed for the collapse of American civic life, whether bec...

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  • Attorney says deputy, spouse didn't want to hurt man
Attorney says deputy, spouse didn't want to hurt man

What happened next was captured by a passer-by on a cellphone video. Authorities say Terry Thompson confronted an intoxicated Hernandez on May 28 after seeing him urinate in public. Family members of the 24-year-old Hernandez have accused the sheriff's office of conducting a shoddy investigation into his death, including not interviewing all pote...

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  • Truth-teller Trump: Comey lied
Truth-teller Trump: Comey lied

Trump made the remarks while responding to questions on Comey's explosive testimony in which he accused the president of trying to stop a probe into the alleged Russian interference in the United States elections previous year. Mr Trump tweeted in his first comments since the Senate Intelligence Committee hearing yesterday . On Flynn: " I...

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  • US Attorney General Jeff Sessions to appear before Senate intel committee
US Attorney General Jeff Sessions to appear before Senate intel committee

The Trump administration, on the heels of an "infrastructure week" that was overshadowed by former Federal Bureau of Investigation director James Comey's testimony before Congress, plans to launch a program aimed at creating more apprenticeships that will help companies in need of more skilled workers, Reuters reported Saturday.

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  • London Terror Attack: Anger boils over security flaws
London Terror Attack: Anger boils over security flaws

Neither he nor Redouane was known to police or security services. The accused however are not connected to the 1 June attack in the United Kingdom capital that left eight people dead, the police said on Thursday. He said eight other French citizens were wounded. Metropolitan Police Commissioner Cressida Dick said she wouldn't release furt...

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  • Deadly police-involved shooting in Lyons
Deadly police-involved shooting in Lyons

Sycamore Police say the man who they believe killed a woman outside a state office is dead following a shootout with officers in Lyons. ISP Investigations were assisting Sycamore Police Department with a homicide investigation that occurred in Sycamore, IL.

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  • Cavs' Irving inspired by Warriors' talk of celebrating at Cleveland
Cavs' Irving inspired by Warriors' talk of celebrating at Cleveland

The Cavaliers also played a physical game with LeBron James attacking the rim and Tristan Thompson securing offensive rebounds. They don't figure to shoot as poorly again at home, nor should the Cavaliers expect to have a 39-point advantage from behind the arc.

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  • Keyshawn Johnson Jr. Cited for Marijuana Possession on Nebraska Campus
Keyshawn Johnson Jr. Cited for Marijuana Possession on Nebraska Campus

Johnson, a member of the Huskers' 2017 recruiting class who enrolled in January, was cited for having 4.5 grams of marijuana and drug paraphernalia inside a Selleck Hall dorm room, according to police. Johnson, a top 50 wide receiver recruit in the class of 2017 hauled in 68 receptions last season playing for a talented Calabasas High School. Joh...

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  • Almost 6 in 10 oppose Trump scrapping Paris agreement
Almost 6 in 10 oppose Trump scrapping Paris agreement

When pressed about Trump's beliefs, advisors Gary Cohn and Kellyanne Conway told journalists to "ask him". But Haley, in an interview with CNN to be aired fully on Sunday, did not hedge." President Trump believes the climate is changing and he believes pollutants are part of the equation", she said .

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  • Search for missing South Pasadena boy returns to Lake Cachuma
Search for missing South Pasadena boy returns to Lake Cachuma

Detectives searched Lake Cachuma twice in late April after learning the child's father, Aramazd Andressian, Sr. visited the recreation on April 21. Aramazd Andressian Jr. Police have also searched South Pasadena Park and served search warrants at the boy's grandmother's Montebello home. Andressian Sr., who detectives have said has given "inc...

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  • President Trump's son: Democrats are 'not even people'
President Trump's son: Democrats are 'not even people'

As for the annual golf tournament that has benefitted the hospital, Eric reportedly told Forbes that "our expenses on a tournament that made us somewhere in the $2 million range every year was somewhere around 100 grand". His comments came the same day Forbes published a bombshell report that alleges his charity , the Eric Trump Foundati...

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  • Costliest Congressional Race In History Sees First Debate
Costliest Congressional Race In History Sees First Debate

Handel said she believes it is necessary to do everything possible to protect Americans, including supporting a temporary travel ban that would halt citizens from six countries from entering the U.S. "I prefer to think about what I'm running for", Ossoff replied . Ossoff counters that he's an "independent voice" and will "work with anyone" in...

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  • US health chief 'in a receiving mode' on health bill ideas
US health chief 'in a receiving mode' on health bill ideas

It's also unclear when Senate Republicans will introduce legislative text, which reveals the devil in the details and will likely only spark more controversy and dissent. Lisa Murkowski told reporters . There have been no public hearings on the legislation. But Republicans haven't blinked an eye and continue to attribute any issues with the...

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  • Letters - PRI Response To US Withdrawal From Climate Agreement
Letters - PRI Response To US Withdrawal From Climate Agreement

North Korea is part of the Paris agreement , unlike the United States, Nicaragua and Syria. In 2015, 197 countries signed on to the Paris Agreement , at the the 21st Conference of Parties (COP21) of the United Nations Conference on Climate Change (UNCCC).

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  • Trump's credibility is primary Comey target
Trump's credibility is primary Comey target

Comey took notes on their conversations because he anxious the president "might lie" later. "No I didn't say that", Trump stated abruptly, taking questions at a joint press conference with Romanian President Klaus Iohannis in the Rose Garden.

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  • Trump flatly denies Comey accusations, willing to respond under oath
Trump flatly denies Comey accusations, willing to respond under oath

He testified that Trump told him on 26 January that he expected loyalty from the Federal Bureau of Investigation director and the next month urged him to drop the probe into Flynn, the president's former national security adviser. Trump wrote earlier on Friday on Twitter that the former FBI director had vindicated him by telling the Senate Inte...

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  • Minnesota officer says motorist had hand on gun when shot
Minnesota officer says motorist had hand on gun when shot

But Yanez's lawyers say Castile ignored the officer's commands and reached for his gun when he was instructed not to do so. Yanez, 29, has been charged with one count of second-degree manslaughter and two counts of unsafe discharge of a firearm.

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  • SHANNON WHEELER TO Live-Draw PRESIDENT TRUMP's Tweets During COMEY Testimony
SHANNON WHEELER TO Live-Draw PRESIDENT TRUMP's Tweets During COMEY Testimony

On the 8 May President Trump released a series of tweets about the investigation saying that any collusion between Russian Federation and Trump was "a total hoax". ET - more than a day before Comey made his appearance on Capitol Hill. "Knowing my father for 39 years when he "orders or tells" you to do something there is no ambiguity, you will k...

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  • United States intelligence chief 'never been asked to act illegally'
United States intelligence chief 'never been asked to act illegally'

At a hearing of the Senate Intelligence Committee, Virginia Democrat Mark Warner asked Coats and Rogers about media reports that Trump asked them to intervene regarding the Justice Department investigation of former national security adviser Michael Flynn, and the broader inquiry surrounding Russian Federation.

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  • Four dead in Wyoming County, PA Weis Market shooting
Four dead in Wyoming County, PA Weis Market shooting

Wyoming County District Attorney Jeff Mitchell doesn't know how or why she was sparred but he glad she was. "You can only endure it". On his Twitter home page, Stair wrote: "I had to die in order to truly live". The Weis Market, near Scranton, Penn.in the aftermath of the shooting. Mitchell said Stair apparently saw her. One witness managed to es...

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