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People Shot And Killed In Fresno, California

He is not believed to be connected to Catholic Charities or the Motel 6 . Authorities say Muhammad yelled "God is great" in Arabic while being taken into custody. Image courtesy of Fresno Co Sheriff of one shooting location in Fresno on April 18, 2016. The AP took flack on Twitter for the edits, which some said was meant to downplay the shooter's ties to Islam. Read More »

AACC hosts annual Easter egg hunt


An egg hunt was held for children with visual impairments at the local Evansville Police Department FOP PAL Camp. EPD Bomb Squad Matthew Knight says, "What we'll do is we'll take the beeping eggs and set it on the ground and take the candy eggs and fill around it so once they find the beeping egg they'll take the eggs with candy". Read More »

White House decision on visitors logs will remain secured


While she and Barron immediately placed their hands on their hearts, Donald wasn't so fast but seemed too relaxed. While Trump's misstep was met with routine trolling, Melania's reaction was largely praised as a " real " moment between a married couple. Read More »

British Prime Minister Theresa May calls for snap election


An election campaign, like the court cases and parliamentary votes earlier this year, will be good for British democracy-and democratic accountability was one of the things that Brexit meant to the referendum voters of 2016. By calling one in June, the next British election would not be due until 2022. The Labour leader said he wants to lead a government to "transform this country", ending austerity and tackling inequality. Read More »

Surveillance footage of police cars pursuing vehicle of Facebook murder suspect

Police picked up the trail in a chase that lasted 2 miles before Stephens took his own life, authorities said. Pennsylvania State Police said Tuesday that Stephens, 37, fatally shot himself following a nationwide manhunt. The woman Stephens spoke of, Joy Lane, said in a text message to CBS that "we had been in a relationship for several years". "There are a lot of remote areas, a lot of woods, farms, barns, things like that". Read More »

Trump administration says Iran complying with nuclear deal

The White House must send certification of Iran's compliance with the JCPOA to Congress every 90 days, and it was the first issued by the Trump administration. Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu has criticized the deal. Obama, Kerry and others who negotiated the deal strenuously defended its terms and said the agreement made Israel, the Middle East and the world a safer place. Read More »

Snap General Election set to be approved by MPs


They also said the snap election would not change the Brexit timetable: "This does not change things". Germany's foreign minister says he hopes Britain's early election will lead to more clarity and predictability in upcoming negotiations on the country's exit from the European Union. Read More »

In Japan, Vice President Pence Pushes For Bilateral Trade Deal


While Japan's trade surplus with the much smaller than China's, Trump has decried the imbalance, especially in auto exports. Mr Pence sought to explain this policy in meetings with South Korea's acting president and other top officials in Seoul at the start of the trip, which will also include stops in Japan, Indonesia and Australia. Read More »

Lady Gaga and Prince William chat about mental health over FaceTime


In the call from Hollywood to Kensington Palace, which was posted on the monarchy's Facebook page yesterday, William, 34, said: "It's time that everyone speaks up and feels very normal about mental health". Gaga replied saying that "waking up everyday and feeling sad and going on stage is something that is very hard to describe". There is a lot of shame attached to mental illness. Read More »

North Korea displays apparently new missiles as USA carrier group approaches

It was unclear exactly when the conversation took place on Sunday, but Xinhua's report of the call came out after a failed missile launch by North Korea. aircraft carrier group steamed towards the region and the reclusive state marked the 105th birth anniversary of its founding father. Rows of military bands and goose-stepping and sword-wielding soldiers marched through Pyongyang's main Kim Il-sung square for the "Day of the Sun" celebrations, as a black-suited Kim Jong-un watched. Read More »

Sen. Rounds speaks on situation in North Korea

Aso said that a second round of the Economic Dialogue will be at the end of the year. Pence said the USA and Japan had launched talks that could eventually result in a bilateral trade deal between the two economies. Pence reassured Prime Minister Shinzo Abe on Tuesday that the USA considers its alliance with Japan to be a cornerstone of security in the region. Pence said, "We appreciate the challenging times in which the people of Japan live with increasing provocations from across the Sea ... Read More »

College Free Tuition: Hillary Clinton Joins Gov. Cuomo For Signing Ceremony


Beginning in the fall, undergraduate college students attending a State University of NY or a City University of NY will become eligible for an Excelsior Scholarship if the family earns less than $100,000 per year. "That's the only way you can really better society and raise the standards of the community". "By providing tuition-free college to thousands of middle class New Yorkers, we are restoring the promise of the American Dream for the next generation and forging a bold path forward of ... Read More »

UK Conservatives heavy odds-on favorites for most seats in election - Ladbrokes


May became the first foreign leader to meet with Trump at the White House when she visited in late January. She said the divisions risk undermining Britain's position in Brexit negotiations that lie ahead. Sturgeon said Tuesday that May was seeking "to crush the voices of people who disagree with her". She said they underestimated the government because of the small majority it held. Read More »

Pence: North Korea is 'getting the message'


The North conducted two nuclear test explosions and 24 ballistic missile tests in 2016, and experts predict it could have a nuclear-tipped missile capable of reaching the US mainland within a few years. Even though the missile blew up, the attempted launch was a violation of U.N. Security Council resolutions. This was disclosed by North Korea's deputy U.N. Read More »

Surprise attack sees Iraqi forces advance near key Mosul mosque

The Iraqi government has issued instructions to civilians on how to stay safe as forces continue their assault on the IS-held western side of the city. US-backed Iraqi forces are now battling IS militants in the more densely-populated western half of Mosul . A gas attack blamed on Islamic State militants has struck Iraqi soldiers in a newly-liberated area of Mosul . Read More »

#B31JustRead: Theresa May to seek snap election for 8 June

She said the government had the right plan to negotiate Brexit, and there would be no change of course. She accused the Prime Minister "is clearly betting that the Tories can win a bigger majority in England given the utter disarray in the Labour Party". Read More »

Carter Page: 'Something May Have Come Up' in Russia Sanctions

After Page's close connection to Russian Federation had been made public, the Trump campaign said Carter had an "informal" position in the campaign and never had a personal audience with President Trump. A one-time foreign policy adviser to Donald Trump's presidential campaign lashed out at the "Clinton/Obama regime" after a report published Tuesday said he was the subject of a secret surveillance warrant seeking information about his possible collaboration with Russians to manipulate the ... Read More »

French Police Detain Two Men Suspected of Planning Attack


Conservative candidate Francois Fillon was also warned about the danger last week, an aide said. Photos of the two suspects were distributed last week to the security teams for Le Pen and centrist candidate Emmanuel Macron . He called the arrests a reminder that "the terrorist threat remains very high", especially during the election campaign, and reiterated calls for pressure on internet companies to better monitor extremism online. Read More »