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A great day for a Stanley Cup celebration

On Thursday, players cleaned out their lockers for the off-season. "Certainly both of these guys, we feel, give us an opportunity to win games regardless of which guy's in the net and I'm not sure we would've won the Stanley Cup this year if we didn't have both of those guys in the net helping us win", Sullivan explained. Read More »

Ex-cop testifies in Ohio retrial over traffic stop shooting


Tensing, who is white, is charged in the 2015 traffic-stop shooting of the unarmed black motorist. Jurors deadlocked last November in Tensing's first trial on the murder and voluntary manslaughter charges that he is facing again. Former University of Cincinnati officer Ray Tensing, left, looks down as the chief deputy coroner of the Hamilton County, Ohio, Coroner's office, Dr. Read More »

DeWitt man charged with murder in death of his parents


The Clinton County Sheriff's Office on Monday charged Gavin Glasz with two counts of first-degree murder in the deaths of 51-year-old Brian Paul Glasz and 54-year-old Michelle Renee Glasz. Gavin Glasz reportedly told the man his father had gotten a ride into work with someone else. Investigators also found Gavin Glasz's bloody clothes and shoe prints in the home and evidence that he had tried to clean up the bloody scene. Read More »

More Severe Weather On The Way

The watch was issued at 3:39 p.m. and will remain in effect until 10:00 p.m. Friday evening. In Lincoln, any storms are likely to hit between 6 and 11 p.m. In addition, slow moving heavy rain producing storms could produce localized flooding. A slight chance of thunderstorms extends into Saturday. Father's Day will be sunny with high temperatures holding near 80. Read More »

Trump Picks Family Event Planner to Run NY-NJ HUD Programs


Who knows how much Patton knows about housing policy. She started working for the Trump family in 2009 as a family event planner. Calls made to Quinnipiac by the publication to confirm Patton as being an alum of the school were said to have been met by responses of workers from the university who, according to the publication, claimed that Trump's new federal housing employee never actually matriculated from the school. Read More »

Jonah Goldberg: Comey confirms Trump is still his own worst enemy


Trump also saluted the United States' relationship with Romania and praised its contribution to the global fight against terror. Standing with the president of Romania, a North Atlantic Treaty Organisation partner, Trump at last confirmed his commitment to the alliance's mutual defense pact, Article 5, uttering words he deliberately did not say when he spoke at NATO's gathering in Belgium last month. Read More »

Trump Confirms Investigation While Defending His Tweeting


A day later, Mr Rosenstein appointed Mr Mueller, who was at the helm of the Federal Bureau of Investigation during the September 11 attacks, as special counsel. Using Twitter is like sending a text message to your buddies; only President Trump has tens of millions of buddies. He also has millions of followers on his official Facebook pages. Read More »

'Unprecedented Constitutional violations': Two attorneys general sue Trump


Attorney General Karl Racine and his Maryland counterpart Brian Frosh . "Again, the reason why we're here is because the President of the United States, in a wholly unprecedented fashion, has made a decision to maintain a sprawling worldwide business empire that accepts money without account from foreign governments", Mr Racine said . Read More »

Amazon to buy Whole Foods for $13.7 billion


The deal is the latest big move for Amazon and its charismatic chief executive Jeff Bezos, who grew Amazon from a small online bookseller in the 1990s into a global retail behemoth that delivers a wide range of goods and creates award-winning entertainment broadcasts. Read More »

Brooklyn teen indicted in dragging of NYPD police officer


The news came almost two weeks after Officer Dalsh Veve, a 9-year veteran of the NYPD and father of a 2-year-old girl, was pulled by a stolen auto for two and half blocks before he broke free, police say. The officer, 35, suffered neurological injuries, according to police, and remains in a medically induced coma at Kings County Hospital Center as doctors attempt to reduce brain swelling. Read More »

Southwest US preps for 120 temps: Water, water, more water


The heat is expected to gradually subside late next week. High temperatures in San Diego County's deserts are predicted to be 107 to 112 degrees Friday , 109 to 114 degrees Saturday , 111 to 116 degrees Sunday , 113 to 118 degrees Monday , 115 to 120 degrees Tuesday and 114 to 119 degrees Wednesday . Read More »

Rivals `all Team Scalise´ as political baseball clash honours shot Republican

Attendees, both politicians and constituents, spoke about how important the game was as a bipartisan beacon. And while rattled lawmakers and staffers on Capitol Hill instinctively drew together after the shooting, sitting together at the game, that doesn't mean their constituents and attack dogs in warring partisan media establishments will heed a moment of Beltway togetherness. Read More »

Warmbier sustained "severe neurological injury" in North Korea


One of former President Barack Obama's advisers says the Obama administration had "no higher priority" than securing the release of Americans detained overseas but North Korea's isolation "posed unique challenges". US special envoy Joseph Yun was a household name to nearly no one before Warmbier's return to OH on Tuesday, yet he joins an exceedingly short list of USA officials to set foot in furtive North Korea in recent years. Read More »

Pittsburgh Penguins' Stanley Cup parade

The Steel City is no stranger to championship parades of late, as Wednesday's festivities accounted for the fifth such sports-related event in Pittsburgh in the past dozen years. The Penguins beat the Nashville Predators 2-0 in Game 6 on Sunday. After the parade , down at The Point, Wholey's employees released that famous 40-pound catfish , fittingly named Stanley, that had resided at the store throughout the Stanley Cup Final. Read More »

Trump friend floats possibility of firing special counsel in Russian probe


Press secretary Sean Spicer told NPR's Tamara Keith, "Mr. But that again is an issue that the President with his advisers would discuss if there was a basis". "I think we should let Bob Mueller do his work and get to the bottom of it and get to the bottom of it quickly so that he can be vindicated", Ryan said on the conservative radio program "The Hugh Hewitt Show". Read More »

Trump Interviewed Mueller for FBI Director Job Before Special Counsel Appointment


The memo reportedly recommended Comey's dismissal for having mishandled the Department of Justice investigation into former presidential candidate Hillary Clinton's emails, according to VICE. "I think he's considering perhaps terminating the special counsel", Ruddy said in an interview with Judy Woodruff of PBS NewsHour . "Something about the way I was conducting it, the president felt, created pressure on him that he wanted to relieve". Read More »

Attorney General Sessions Testifies


Days after that, Sessions also corrected his confirmation hearing testimony to inform the committee about his two meetings with Mr. Kislyak. After a while, it became clear that most senators, Democrat and Republican, didn't understand the scope of Sessions' recusal. Read More »

Couple 'traumatized' after being tied up by Georgia fugitives later caught

Bill Miller from the Tennessee Highway Patrol said late Friday. Putnam County Sheriff Howard Sills said the inmates fled from the bus near Eatonton, about 70 miles southeast of Atlanta. Due to their tireless efforts, the public is safe. Gwyn said investigators believe both weapons have been found at the site where the men crashed the vehicle. Read More »

Trump begged NSA director to deny collusion with Russian Federation


Mr Comey also said he had told Mr Trump that he was not under investigation. "They made up a phony collusion with the Russians story, found zero proof, so now they go for obstruction of justice on the phony story", Trump tweeted . When the briefing ended, as The Post previously reported , Trump asked everyone to leave the room except for Coats and CIA Director Mike Pompeo. Read More »

Jewish stars, directors and shows clean up at Tonys

An exuberantly nostalgic production of Hello, Dolly! won for Best Musical Revival and its adored star, Bette Midler , won Best Leading Actress In A Musical, 50 years after she stepped onto a Broadway stage in the original production of Fiddler On The Roof. Read More »

Trump is mad online about being investigated for obstructing justice

President Trump shot back on Thursday at reports that special counsel Robert Mueller is investigating him for obstruction of justice , calling it a "phony story". Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein appointed Mueller as special counsel shortly after Comey's firing. Both presidents Richard Nixon and Bill Clinton were charged by Congress with obstruction of justice - Nixon resigned before he was impeached and Clinton was acquitted after he was impeached. Read More »

NBA Finals On ABC: Most-Watched Since 1998

When Kevin Durant departed from Oklahoma City to join Golden State last summer, this was precisely why he did it, to win at the highest level, the NBA Finals . " You the real MVP", Kevin Durant said. Thompson reminded him he had a bad shooting night that game and respectfully asked Myers to think twice before paying him a home visit again. Read More »