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A Day Before Alexandria Shooting, Gunman Spoke About Heading Home


Doctors said Friday that Scalise had a second surgery on Thursday and although he remains in critical condition, his condition has improved. During the interview outside of her home, Sue Hodgkinson claimed to know nothing about the true motivation behind the trip her now-deceased husband took to Washington . Read More »

Amber Alert issued for 1-year-old Licking County girl


The suspect has been identified as Matthew Trent. Police said she was being watched by her sister, when her father came to the residence on the 100 block of North 11th Street in Newark. The report states the father was last seen driving a black 2006 Saturn Ion, with red rims and an OH license plate GUF5050. It's unknown where Trent is taking the child. Read More »

Mistrial Declared in Bill Cosby Sex Assault Trial

The judge reminded the jury that it's their duty to try to reach a decision, even on some of the charges. Cosby's lawyer said Saturday that the comedian "began this trial presumed innocent and he leaves it that way". 'How do I describe the judge? Camille Cosby, 73, only attended one day of the trial with her husband. "It has been restored". He also found success with his "Fat Albert" animated TV show and starred in commercials for Jell-O pudding. Read More »

After jury deadlocks, Bill Cosby faces 2nd sex assault trial

The jury deliberated over six days without reaching a verdict on charges Cosby drugged and molested Andrea Constand at his home near Philadelphia in 2004. After the mistrial, Constand doled out hugs to her mother, prosecutors and some of the other women who say the TV star drugged and abused them. She testified the entertainer led her to a couch and she quickly became incapacitated as Cosby groped her breasts, inserted his finger in her and put her hand on his penis. Read More »

Brian Head evacuated due to wildfire


On Saturday 750 people were evacuated, but out of those only about 100 were permanent residents, the rest were vacationing there, according to U.S. Forest Service officials. The wind on Saturday was from the northwest, but on Sunday it shifted to come out of the north. The fire has shut down Highway 143 in Parowan Canyon indefinitely. Read More »

Police arrest 18 protesters over motorist shooting verdict


The shooting sparked a national outcry after Castile's girlfriend, Diamond Reynolds, live-streamed video of the shooting's aftermath. The... The event's page states, "Yesterday's disturbing verdict finding Yanez not guilty of killing Philando Castile demonstrated once again that "business-as-usual" is in full effect in Minnesota ". Read More »

Who is deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein?

Citing unidentified sources, the news station reported that Rosenstein told Brand she would be tasked with the final decisions regarding resources made available for the probe, headed by special counsel and former FBI director Robert Mueller , and whether anyone is prosecuted because of the investigation. Read More »

Special counsel probe turns to Jared Kushner's business dealings, report says

Wide consensus among the US intelligence community asserts that Russian President Vladimir Putin sought to undermine America's electoral process. This comes just days after a report said Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein , who appointed Mueller to his position, may be the next person to recuse himself from the investigation. Read More »

Beyoncé, Jay Z's twins have arrived, singer's dad tweets

Beyoncé and Jay Z welcomed their bundles of joy into the world almost one week ago, but a bump in the road has prevented the new mom from bringing her babies home. Beyoncé adjusted her performance schedule after sharing her pregnancy news. At the top of February, the Lemonade artist shared a pregnant photo of herself surrounded by flowers, and sent the masses into a wave of love and excitement with her announcement. Read More »

Trump won't rule out firing Mueller, his lawyer says

There have been so many things that people such as me and Ruddy told him he couldn't or shouldn't do, only to have Trump do them and then win the GOP nomination. "These are people who are going to be after Trump", Gingrich said, adding that Mueller "apparently couldn't find a single pro-Trump attorney to hire, and I just think that's a rigged game, and I think that it's a mistake to pretend this is going to be some neutral investigation". Read More »

House Republicans 'can't believe' Trump called their healthcare bill 'mean'

Associated Press writer Catherine Lucey contributed to this report . The House passed the American Health Care Act in early May in a dramatic and sudden vote after abandoning a similar effort in March. The measure was originally meant to address how money is spent at the state's seven mental health agencies, which receive taxpayer funding to manage and monitor services for the mentally ill, substance abusers and people with developmental disabilities. Read More »

Boston Celtics, Philadelphia 76ers swap top picks


But Boston seems poised to make a big move now, and this trade of the No. 1 pick is just the first step in an aggressive summer. Not too shabby. I'm not going to go nutz and say this team is ready to challenge LeBron James and the Cleveland Cavaliers , but this team has enough talent to vie for a playoff spot, assuming Simmons stays healthy; or, at the very least, rise above last year's bottom-of-the-pack finish. Read More »

Trump says those driving Russia investigation are 'very bad and conflicted people'

ABC News reported on Friday that Rosenstein has said privately he may need to recuse himself from matters relating to the Russian Federation probe because he could become a witness in the investigation. "That's undemocratic on its face and a blatant violation of the President's oath of office". Aides have counseled the president to stay off Twitter and focus on other aspects of his job . Read More »

Detroit girl in 'very critical' condition after dog mauling


On Friday, Moreno previously said, a Detroit police officer was bit by a dog while responding to a burglary. The girl's aunt, who tried to stop the mauling and was also attacked by the dog, suffered injuries to her legs and was treated at the hospital and released, Moreno said. Read More »

Fugitive polygamous sect leader arrested in South Dakota

He was booked into the Minnehaha County Jail in Sioux Falls just before midnight on a U.S. Marshals hold . Meanwhile, Jeffs co-defendants, including full brother, Seth Jeffs, resolved their cases by pleading guilty to felony or misdemeanor charges. Read More »

Trump in Wisconsin discussing state's apprenticeship program


The order directs the Department of Labor to create new rules allowing companies to create and certify their own programs, which will lessen the federal government's role in monitoring apprenticeships. "I would say that instead of less money, and I'm not going to say we need more in this environment, but I would say that when the unemployment rate is low it's when you get to people who may be harder to employ", she said . Read More »

Americans don't think Trump respects the nation's traditions


Beneath the 43 approval to 51 percent disapproval rating - in which 25 percent of Texans polled said they strongly approve of Trump's tenure and 44 percent said they strongly disapprove - there is some important good news for Trump: Republicans remain overwhelmingly in his corner. Read More »

Schumer Wants All-Senate Gathering on Health Care


Trump recently called the bill " mean " during a closed-door meeting with GOP lawmakers, the Associated Press reported . "See, we told you your health care bill was mean", the member said. As the ongoing controversy over President Donald Trump and Russian Federation continues to dominate headlines, Senate Republicans have been secretly crafting a bill to repeal the Affordable Care Act . Read More »

Is Trump the Subject of the Greatest Witch Hunt in History?

Trump did not specify who he was referring to, but he appeared to be questioning the integrity of Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein . The recusal question has surfaced before, amid speculation Rosenstein could become part of the Robert Mueller probe given his role in the firing of former FBI Director James Comey . Read More »

Scalise 'has improved' according to latest update from hospital


The shot fired at Scalise left perhaps hundreds of bullet fragments internally, many of which may never be removed because surgery might be more unsafe than leaving them in place, Sava said. "I hope he's in good enough shape to watch , because he'll certainly feel good about what he sees", Flake said. Although the weather in Washington looks headed toward a near-flawless summer night, an obvious and immovable shadow is being cast over Thursday night's Congressional Baseball Game - ... Read More »

Doctor: Scalise still critical but vital signs stabilized

Mika, a MI native, was one of five people shot when a gunman opened fire Wednesday as the Republican team practiced in Alexandria, Virginia. His risk of death is "substantially lower" than it was when he was admitted to the hospital on Wednesday, and "I think that an excellent recovery is a good possibility", Sava said. Read More »

Governors ask Senate leaders to stop Trumpcare rush


The Senate's Republican leadership has been hammering out the bill behind closed doors, so there has been scant information about the legislation. Whereas, McConnell warned Democrats they would lose elections if they tried to "jam" a bill through Congress - despite the fact that ACA arrived on the floor with a full CBO analysis of its potential impact. Read More »

Warriors: No decision on Trump


Stephen Curry #30 of the Golden State Warriors holding onto the Larry O Brien Trophy at The Henry J. Kaiser Convention Centre during their Victory Parade and Rally. But if the Warriors want to keep this lineup intact, they won't be done spending money once they get Curry's situation settled because Durant can opt out of his deal this summer. Read More »

UPS staff return after three warehouse workers shot dead


UPS workers gather outside a UPS package delivery warehouse where a shooting took place Wednesday, June 14, 2017, in San Francisco. Lam , 38, a UPS driver, filed a grievance in March claiming he was working excessive overtime. No shots were fired by responding officers. "I want him back, I want him back", Toia said. "Even the pastor of the church making it a safe haven for employees during the police investigation yesterday , it's just been a tremendous outpouring of support". Read More »