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Officer-involved shooting in Hampton, NH liquor store under investigation


We're told a white male armed with a handgun and a black male entered the store. They took an undisclosed amount of cash and other items and drove off in a silver sedan, Elliott said. Officers flooded the area and spotted the suspects, who attempted to flee. The robbery was in progress when they arrived, according to Hampton Police Division spokesman Sgt. Read More »

US House Passes Republican Bill of Dodd-Frank Replacement

The House voted 233-186 Thursday without a single Democratic vote for a bill to undo much of the Dodd-Frank banking law. Frank says his namesake financial reform law has been too restrictive on smaller banks . The bill gives the President more oversight over the Consumer Finance Bureau, while removing numerous restrictions over the banks created by Dodd-Frank. Read More »

Woods 'asleep at wheel' of stationary auto


Woods was arrested Monday and charged with a DUI after police found him knocked out behind the driver's seat of his vehicle. But a voluntary breath test proved negative. The mugshot of a dishevelled and tired-looking Woods published on Monday went viral on social media to deepen the dents of the golfer's badly battered public image. Read More »

Cosby lawyers seek to paint accuser as opportunist

Bill Cosby arrives for his sexual assault trial at the Montgomery County Courthouse in Norristown , Pa., Wednesday, June 7, 2017. "In my head, I was trying to get my hands to move and my legs to move, and those messages were frozen". Cosby , for years feted by millions as "America's Dad" for his role as a lovable obstetrician and father on " The Cosby Show ", says he is now legally blind. Read More »

Fresh questions for Sessions - and he'll answer in public


Does he simply want to get his side of the story out following Comey's testimony? But Trump quickly altered that talking point, saying the Russian Federation investigation indeed factored into why he fired Comey. And if he acknowledges he had some concerns, he will open up a new line of questioning about the conduct of President Trump and his advisers. And Sessions has sat through enough hearings to know his answers will come back to bite him if there is even an element of untruth. Read More »

Trump Weighs Firing Mueller, According To Confidante


His comments came just days after explosive comments by ousted FBI director James Comey to the same committee, suggesting that Trump sought to interfere with the investigation. "I think it would be odd that he would have a confidential conversation then a few days later become the prosecutor of the person he may be investigating". Read More »

Lawsuit against Trump for anti-corruption rules violation

The Department of Justice responded to the CREW suit in a filing last Friday, arguing that it should be dismissed. "We can not treat the president's ongoing violations of the Constitution and his disregard of the rights of the American people as the new acceptable status quo". Read More »

Rep. Sherman Circulates Article Of Impeachment For Trump

He shared his article publicly through his Twitter account and said in a Monday statement that his office has shared it with all members of the House to seek support. "I would hope that the Article, once submitted, would receive expeditious consideration by the Judiciary Committee", he wrote . Sherman also knows that some Democrats will be cautious about acting to impeach Trump because that might lead to the elevation of a right-wing Republican , Vice President Mike Pence , to ... Read More »

Trump says travel ban ruling comes at 'dangerous time'

While the president has broad authority over immigration, the judges said, to invoke that authority in this case, Trump would have to show the entry of citizens from the six countries would harm the U.S. The judges largely affirmed US District Court Judge Derrick Watson's decision from March which found the core provisions of the revised executive order likely violated the Constitution because its primary objective was to disfavour Muslims, but on slightly different grounds. Read More »

Iowa official pitches stopgap health insurance solution


The Iowa Insurance Commissioner, Doug Ommen - who was appointed by a Republican governor - said the state's "individual health market has collapsed as result of the Affordable Care Act". Iowa is not alone in its struggle to maintain an effective exchange market. The stopgap measure was designed in partnership with the Iowa Insurance Division, Wellmark and Medica, the agency said. Read More »

Sony Answer To Xbox One X And Nintendo Switch At E3 2017


The world's most powerful console begins rolling out to all Xbox One markets starting on November 7. While some users loved this form factor, Microsoft chose to make the "S" controller (the default for Japanese Xboxes) the worldwide default about a year later. Read More »

Secret Service says it has no Trump tapes when asked by WSJ


Kennedy and Richard Nixon. The newspaper noted that it doesn't exclude the possibility of recordings created by another entity. The president tweeted early Tuesday, "A.G". Trump's comments have caused his aides to be unable to provide a definitive answer. Spokesman Sean Spicer said Monday that Queen Elizabeth II had invited the president and "we look forward to scheduling that trip". Read More »

Former NBA Player Dennis Rodman Arrives In North Korea

Rodman said in a tweet ahead of his trip: "I'm back! Maybe Dennis is a lot better than what we have", Trump was quoted as saying. The flamboyant basketball star's latest trip to North Korea is being sponsored by a cybercurrency for legalised marijuana. Read More »

Melania Trump and Barron move into White House


However, it is unlikely that her staff will be as large as those of her recent predecessors. She said during the campaign that she would work on the issue of cyber-bullying as first lady , but she has made no further announcements about the subject. Read More »

Trump 'mulls firing Special Counsel' in Russian Federation probe


A personal friend of the President, Chris Ruddy , the chief executive of Newsmax , suggested the president was thinking about sacking Mueller. Given that kind of support, a Democratic lawmaker, Ted Lieu, taunted the White House over the Mueller-firing chatter: "Double dare exists". Read More »

Kelly says important to 'shine a light' on Alex Jones

Efforts to reach Jones on Monday were unsuccessful. She called the interview a "riveting exchange". One of these parents, Nelba Márquez-Greene, tweeted a picture of her deceased daughter with the caption, "Here you go @megynkelly - her name is Ana Grace Márquez-Greene". Read More »

FDNY: 34 Treated For Carbon Monoxide In Lower Manhattan


The FDNY said it was possibly caused by a faulty oil burner. Several people have been overcome in an apparent carbon monoxide incident in Lower Manhattan. It wasn't immediately clear what sparked the boiler fire. The building's boiler was last inspected in August 2016, according to the Department of Buildings website. Read More »

Police officer in Jerseyville shot, suspect killed after burglary call at bar


Tuesday at DJ's Pub and Grill, which was closed. Police chased the suspect for several blocks when they say the suspect turned and fired a weapon, striking an officer twice. Louis hospital. The suspect died at a hospital. FOX 2 will keep you updated as details become available. "He's alert, he's talking but he does have injuries", Jerseyville Police Chief Brad Blackorby said. Read More »

Trump proposal aims at another way of getting people to work

They came to praise President Donald Trump , not focus on the controversies engulfing him. The president also discussed progress in Congress surrounding his legislative agenda - replacing Obamacare and passing a big tax reform package. "You have great hair", she said. "It is the greatest privilege of my life to serve as vice president". The first lady and Barron had been living at Trump Tower in NY until he finished the school year. Read More »

Manhunt on for suspect in fatal shooting of Arkansas officer


The 41-year-old officer, who was a 15-year veteran of the force, was transported to Unity Health in Newport where he was pronounced dead. The shooting was reported about 7:30 p.m. "What our fellow men and women risk to protect us every day should humble us all". A manhunt is underway after an Arkansas police lieutenant was gunned down Monday evening. Read More »

Boy, 5, dies after being left in Arkansas day care vehicle


The day care's staff found him dead inside when they came to load children in the van to go home after 3 p.m. Officer believe the child was asleep, but are unsure if he simply never woke up or became disoriented at some point. The van belongs to Ascent Children's Health Services. The family said Christopher had been going to Ascent since he was 1-year-old. Police said the temperature in the day care parking lot was 91 degrees Monday afternoon when authorities responded to the incident. Read More »