• Employees return to work at UPS warehouse in San Francisco
Employees return to work at UPS warehouse in San Francisco

The suspect was still in the building at 9:30 a.m., according a police officer at the scene. What appeared to be two bodies lay in the middle of 17th Street and San Bruno Avenue, covered with yellow tarps. "He was very friendly and helpful and honest". By late afternoon, friends had set up a memorial to Lefiti with flowers and balloons at a loc...

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  • Virginia gubernatorial primary: Ralph Northam defeats Tom Perriello to win Democratic nomination
Virginia gubernatorial primary: Ralph Northam defeats Tom Perriello to win Democratic nomination

Annandale resident and former US attorney Justin Fairfax won the Democratic nomination for lieutenant governor with 49 percent of the vote. With 99 percent of precincts reporting on the GOP side, Gillespie led former Trump state campaign chairman Corey Stewart by just over 4,000 votes out of almost 365,000 ballots cast.

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  • Steve Scalise fights for life after shooting
Steve Scalise fights for life after shooting

The gunman, identified by authorities as 66-year-old James Hodgkinson from Belleville, Illinois, was killed in a gunfight with Capitol Hill police officers during the attack. Maxine Waters, D-Calif. Steve Pastorkovich came to the congressional baseball game - his first ever - because he wanted to show solidarity and make a case for respectf...

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  • Cuba denounces Trump policy changes but is open to dialogue
Cuba denounces Trump policy changes but is open to dialogue

Trump said: "I am cancelling the last administration's completely one-sided deal with Cuba ". The two major changes unveiled in Trump's new policy are preventing United States companies from doing business with the #Cuban Military and enforcing who can travel to Cuba .

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  • 'Further expenses' will be covered for Grenfell Tower victims, Government vows
'Further expenses' will be covered for Grenfell Tower victims, Government vows

The death toll in the massive fire that engulfed a 24-storey tower here almost doubled to 30 today amid fears that it could climb to "triple figures", even as Scotland Yard launched a criminal investigation into the cause of one of the worst fire tragedies in the country.

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  • Mistrial in Bill Cosby case; Prosecutors say they will retry the case
Mistrial in Bill Cosby case; Prosecutors say they will retry the case

O'Neill has granted a mistrial in the case of Bill Cosby after more than 52 hours of deliberation left the jury deadlocked . "I feel bad for all of you, I really do". But like that Rolling Stone song says "you don't always get what you want". Outside the courthouse, attorney Gloria Allred, who represents numerous Cosby accusers, said , "We ...

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  • Trump says he is under investigation for firing James Comey
Trump says he is under investigation for firing James Comey

Rosenstein wrote a memo last month noting concerns about Comey's handling of the Hillary Clinton email investigation that the White House initially used to justify the removal of the FBI director. Hans Nichols of MSNBC , reporting from the White House, said the tweet is remarkable for two reasons. Reports that Trump allegedly as...

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  • Donald Trump discloses multimillion-dollar income in latest filing
Donald Trump discloses multimillion-dollar income in latest filing

Trump's 98-page financial disclosure was released unexpectedly late Friday by the Office of Government Ethics, nearly a year before required and with no initial comment or explanation from the White House . The hotel has been open just a few months, and in his 2016 financial-disclosure report Trump had simply offered a range between $100,000 and $...

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  • Minnesota police clear protesters off interstate after Yanez acquittal
Minnesota police clear protesters off interstate after Yanez acquittal

The officer who shot Castile dead was acquitted of manslaughter. Police had pulled Castile over many times before. Although he had no serious criminal record, The Associated Press examined records that show he was pulled over around 50 times in recent years in the Minneapolis-St.

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  • Officer acquitted in Castile shooting; thousands protest
Officer acquitted in Castile shooting; thousands protest

He says the jury sympathizes with Castile's family. The roadside memorial at the site of Castile's death saw an influx of visitors, flowers, and signs. Jurors leaving the courthouse one by one and in groups declined to comment. The dashcam video has not been made public, pending the outcome of the case.

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  • Wife Of Alexandria Gunman: 'I Can't Believe He Did This'
Wife Of Alexandria Gunman: 'I Can't Believe He Did This'

James Hodgkinson is the Belleville man who shot a congressman and three others Wednesday during practice for the baseball game . Wounded U.S. Capitol Police officer David Bailey set aside one of his crutches and threw out the game's first pitch .

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  • Dems win emotional congressional baseball game, 11-2
Dems win emotional congressional baseball game, 11-2

Cedric Richmond , the Democrats' star pitcher, a congressman from Louisiana, said his last stop before arriving at the stadium on Thursday would be a visit to MedStar Washington , where Scalise is being treated. Duncan said Hodgkinson asked him in the parking lot moments before the shooting if the players on the field were Republicans or Democ...

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  • Pennsylvania court sees fraternity drinking video from night student died
Pennsylvania court sees fraternity drinking video from night student died

A Pennsylvania prosecutor on Monday presented in court excerpts from security camera footage that she said showed members of a Penn State fraternity forcing candidates to participate in a ritual of heavy drinking that resulted in a teenager's death.

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  • Schiff: The White House Is 'Afraid' of Mueller
Schiff: The White House Is 'Afraid' of Mueller

Conservative news outlets have been working hard to discredit Mueller in recent days, citing what Fox News' Sean Hannity called his "massive conflict of interest"-a friendship with fired Federal Bureau of Investigation director James Comey ".

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  • Trump family flies to Camp David
Trump family flies to Camp David

Trump, wearing a dark suit but no tie, emerged on the South lawn of the White House shortly after 11 a.m. He flew by helicopter to Camp David on Saturday accompanied by his wife, Melania, their 11-year-old son, Barron, and the first lady's parents.

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  • Trump tweet appears to confirm investigation
Trump tweet appears to confirm investigation

Trump's young presidency has been battered by allegations - under investigation both by Congress and the FBI - that Russian Federation interfered to sway the 2016 election in his favor, in possible collusion with Trump's campaign team.

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  • Close friend of Trump says he's considering firing special prosecutor Bob Mueller
Close friend of Trump says he's considering firing special prosecutor Bob Mueller

High-profile supporters of Donald Trump are turning on the man investigating Russian interference in the United States election and possible collusion with the president's campaign - with one suggesting Mr Trump was considering "terminating" him.

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  • Can Amazon persuade enough people to buy fresh food online?
Can Amazon persuade enough people to buy fresh food online?

John Mackey will remain CEO of the company. The Journal said buying Whole Foods allows Amazon to quickly grab a bigger portion of the estimated $674 billion US market for edible groceries , according to consulting firm Kantar Retail.

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  • The 5 Best Moments from Thursday's Congressional Baseball Game
The 5 Best Moments from Thursday's Congressional Baseball Game

Pence tweeted shortly after leaving the MedStar Washington Hospital Center that he and his wife, Karen, had thanked doctors and hospital staff, and he sought prayers for Scalise and the others injured. In that awful crime, the country also witnessed the incredible heroism of the Capitol Police, he said, adding that Special Agent Crystal Griner - wh...

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  • No plan to sack Russia probe head Mueller
No plan to sack Russia probe head Mueller

Rosenstein told a Senate Appropriations subcommittee Tuesday that he saw no cause for Mueller's dismissal . That hearing will be public and is scheduled to begin at 2:30 p.m. "I think there's a conflict there". Trump ally Newt Gingrich has been calling for Mueller's removal, tweeting on Monday that "Republicans are delusional if they think th...

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