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#PhilandoCastile: Closing Arguments Complete, Jury Begins Deliberations in Trial of Jeronimo Yanez

The video shows the interaction between the two men, the shooting and attempts to revive Castile. Prosecutor Rick Dusterhoft recounted those moments while trying to discredit the officer's claim that he saw Castile reach for a gun. Valerie Castile, the mother of Philando Castile , posted a seven-minute video on Facebook. She has declined to comment previously, but she said, "We need to stand in solidarity to let them know that this is not about ourselves". Read More »

Amazon to buy upmarket grocer Whole Foods for $13.7 billion


Shares of Whole Foods are now trading at around the offer price of $42, which puts the grocer up about 27.5% on its opening price. "This partnership presents an opportunity to maximize value for Whole Foods Market's shareholders, while at the same time extending our mission and bringing the highest quality, experience, convenience and innovation to our customers", Whole Foods CEO John Mackeysaid in the release. Read More »

DUP agreement will end 'no deal' Brexit talk

Northern Ireland's power-sharing administration, created under a 1998 Good Friday Agreement peace deal, collapsed in January and talks have been going on since a regional election in March to restore it. " And the danger is that however much any government tries, they will not be seen to be impartial if they are locked into a parliamentary deal at Westminster with one of the Northern Ireland parties ", he said. Read More »

President Trump willing to speak under oath about conversations with Comey


But he had no fewer than nine conversations with Donald Trump in four months and knew he had to record the details afterwards. "One hundred per cent.I would be glad to tell him (special counsel Robert Mueller ) exactly what I told you", Trump said at a joint news press conference in the Rose Garden of the White House with the visiting Romanian President. Read More »

Play ball! Watch the Congressional Baseball Game live stream here


EST. Republican Congressman Steve Scalise has been undergoing a third surgery after he and others were shot at a baseball practice by a man hostile to the GOP. Even as Capitol Hill sought to portray a unified front and lawmakers from both parties lamented the poisonous political atmosphere in which Wednesday's incident occurred, the White House, Democrats, Republicans and their surrogates were back at work firing tough rhetoric at one another. Read More »

Winnipeg men charged in connection with Regina murder


Regina Police along with Winnipeg Police have arrested two more suspects and charged them with first degree murder related to the death of 51-year-old Daniel Dipaolo. Anyone with any information about Kakewash's location is asked to call Regina police at 306-777-6500, Winnipeg police at 204-986-6222, Crime Stoppers at 1-800-222-8477, or their nearest municipal police or RCMP detachment. Read More »

Vice President Mike Pence hires outside counsel in Russian Federation probe


The process of hiring a lawyer took several weeks and included interviews with several candidates, a Pence aide said . But unlike Kasowitz, who never worked at the Justice Department and whose practice is focused on commercial litigation, not white collar defense, Cullen served as the United States attorney for the Eastern District of Virginia under President George HW Bush and has a long record of representing elected officials and public figures facing government investigations. Read More »

Bear attack injures three children


It took a half hour to round up the hikers, three of whom were transported to a hospital with non-life-threatening injuries. Eagle River is an Anchorage suburb, located about 10 miles north of the city. The hikers became separated as they went looking for help. Anchorage Police Department Sergeant Cam Hokenson said officers had phone contact with several of the missing teens during the search. Read More »

Egypt police disburses small protests against islands deal


A senior Egyptian constitutional panel has defied Cairo's bid to handover two Red Sea islands to Saudi Arabia, by backing earlier higher administrative court ruling that the maritime border changes are illegal. Opponents of the plan say Egypt's sovereignty over the islands dates back to 1906, before Saudi Arabia was founded. The Tiran Islans (foreground) and the Sanafir Island (background) lie about four kilometers apart in the Red Sea. Read More »

North Korea conducts fifth missile test in a month


North Korea launched a volley of surface-to-ship cruise missiles off its coast yesterday, Seoul's defence ministry said . Syring told a hearing of the U.S. Moon campaigned in favor of engagement with North Korea but he seems to have modified his stance in the face of ongoing provocations by Pyongyang. Read More »

Parents of US student to detail his time in North Korean prison


Doctors will provide further details about Warmbier's condition on Thursday afternoon. Today, his doctors in the USA revealed that Warmbier has a severe neurological injury . church. Fred Warmbier wore the jacket Otto wore during his coerced confession broadcast all over the world during his conviction past year. "The Warmbiers have been living with this situation for 18 months, there's no meaning here". Read More »

Mueller probe now examining 'obstruction of justice'

Supporters of Trump condemned the news leaks regarding the new investigation. The Post said that Daniel Coats, the current director of national intelligence and Admiral Mike Rogers , head of the National Security Agency, had agreed to be interviewed by Mueller. Read More »

Theresa May to meet five Northern Ireland parties

May is believed to have reached a "broad agreement" with the DUP although a deal has yet to be announced. Following more than an hour of talks between May and DUP leader Arlene Foster on Tuesday, May said the discussion had been productive and Foster said she hoped a deal could be done "sooner rather than later". Read More »

Donald Trump Slapped With A Lawsuit From Congress Democrats


The Trump Organization has also said it will donate profits from customers representing foreign governments to the United States treasury department, but will not require such customers to identify themselves. Trump of putting hotels, resorts and convention centers owned or operated by their governments at a competitive disadvantage. Earlier this year, private individuals who own hotels or restaurants or book events at hotels that they say compete with Mr. Read More »

Trump Appears to Confirm He Is Under Investigation


In a second Tweet , Trump echoed previous claims that he is the victim of what he says is the "single greatest witch hunt in American political history ". The White House declined to comment, referring questions to Kasowitz. Comey , who had been overseeing the bureau's Russian Federation investigation, says he had previously assured Trump he was not personally under investigation. Read More »

'Bad' people leading 'witch hunt' probe

When she was asked to discuss the president's tweet, the deputy press secretary reportedly said that she couldn't because "I'm not the president". Investigators are also considering the conversations Comey and the president had leading up to that point. Read More »

One Love Manchester and Ariana Grande raise over 10 million pounds

E! News reported that Grande previously re-released her 2014 hit " One Last Time " as charity single in response to the incident. You can donate to the We Love Manchester Emergency Fund here. The British Red Cross confirmed that over $12 million has been raised since May 23. She thanked the crowd for their continued love and strength and said, "I want to thank you so much for coming together and being so loving and strong". Read More »

U.N. Security Council Unanimously Broadens Sanctions On North Korea


Fomin spoke at the Shangri-La Dialogue, an worldwide security conference in Singapore attended by defense ministers and experts from 39 countries, including US Defense Secretary Jim Mattis . China, Pyongyang's ally, backed the sanctions but renewed its appeal for dialogue to ease tensions on the Korean peninsula. " North Korea's continued pursuit of nuclear weapons and the means to deliver them is not new", Mattis said in his prepared remarks. Read More »

Northwest Yellowstone area sees natural disaster swarm


It was followed by 4 small aftershocks ranging from 2.7 to 3.1 magnitude. The West Yellowstone Police Department reports the quake was felt but no damage was reported. It's the largest quake registered in Yellowstone since March 2014 , when a 4.8 magnitude natural disaster shook West Yellowstone and Gardiner, Montana. Read More »