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Speaker helps GOP candidate in competitive Georgia race


Monday afternoon, House Speaker Ryan will join Handel for a campaign rally at Atlanta Marriott Perimeter Center. Scores of Handel supporters and several dozen protesters - a lot of them directing their criticism at Ryan - gathered Monday at an Atlanta-area hotel ahead of the rally. Read More »

Carrasco Injured, But Indians' Bullpen Stops Rays In 8-7 Win


Cleveland's rotation already is missing right-hander Corey Kluber, who has been on the 10-day disabled list since May 3 with a strained lower back. Tampa Bay strung together a massive eight-hit, seven-run ninth to blast the American League East rival Boston Red Sox, 11-2. Read More »

Celtics power past Wizards in Game 7, 115-105

The C's big man scored a team-high 12 points on 5-for-7 shooting in the first half, which kept the Celtics in the game as the Wizards closed the second quarter strong. We poured through our video-tracking data and other numbers on the Wizards' playoff performance and found three things to watch for them in Monday's game. Read More »

Trump shared secret info about IS with Russians

Former Director of National Intelligence James Clapper issued a stern warning Sunday about the state of the U.S. government after President Donald Trump's decision to fire FBI Director James Comey last week, saying he thinks USA institutions are "under assault". Read More »

Trump must turn over any tapes, lawmakers agree

Assessments of the increased threat were so serious the Trump administration was considering also banning passengers from several European countries, including Britain, from carrying laptops in a cabin on US-bound flights, the officials said. Read More »

Eight Candidates Interviewed for FBI Director Amid Comey Uproar

Critics have assailed Mr Trump for abruptly dismissing Mr Comey just as the agency is investigating alleged Russian meddling in the 2016 United States election, and possible Moscow ties to the Trump presidential campaign. Several Twitter replies dismissed the existence of such recordings, characterizing them as empty threats by a president anxious about what Comey himself might have to say about the meeting. Read More »

Concerns Swell That Trump Will Pick a Total Lackey for FBI Director

Thanks to Trump's total incompetence and comically leaky White House, the cover-up his aides attempted this week was more of an unseemly full frontal of team Trump. According to a report in the New York Times , Mr Comey said he would offer the president honesty, but not loyalty. All along, his spokesmen have maintained that Trump's decision had nothing to do with the ongoing Russian Federation investigation that was being overseen by Comey. Read More »

2 women killed in shooting on highway in Virginia


Virginia State Police say a auto carrying seven people was driving north bound on I-95 in Richmond early Sunday when another vehicle pulled along the driver's side and fired shots. Police are looking for a white, newer-model four-door sedan in connection with the shooting. A 26-year-old Manassas woman was one of two people killed in an early-morning freeway shooting on I-95 in Richmond. Read More »

Eight more PSU frat members to be arraigned Tuesday afternoon

The cause of Penn State University student Timothy Piazza's death isn't official, but the District Attorney who holds jurisdiction over the university believes she knows what ended the 19-year-old's life: excessive amounts of booze. Michael Schiavone, 21, of Yardley, Pennsylvania: Reckless endangerment, hazing and alcohol-related charges. Authorities say Piazza fell face-first down a basement stairway on February 2, some of the young men carried him back up the stairs, and he fell and hit ... Read More »

Sessions pledges more work against hate crimes


Vallum admitted, as part of his guilty plea, that on May 28, 2015, he made a decision to kill Williamson after learning that a friend had discovered Williamson was transgender. Vallum initially claimed to have killed Williamson in a panic after learning she was trans, but this was later proven to be false after finding out they were in a relationship for a few months in 2014. Read More »

Trump says possible to pick new FBI director by next week

He also said the same thing when I was writing a biography of him, " TrumpNation ". There, the president supposedly asked if he was under investigation for colluding with Russian Federation to win the 2016 presidential election. But Trump later said in an exclusive interview with NBC News' on Thursday that he had planned to fire "showboat" Comey "regardless" of the Justice Department's recommendation. Read More »

20 states with the most drug abuse and 5 more statistics


Last year, Fox News reported that deaths by overdose increased more than 30 percent from 2011-2016. The District of Columbia ranked as the place with the worst drug problem. Their studies have revealed that CT adults are in the 19th percentile of those who used illicit drugs in the past month. There are also many arrests on college campuses. Read More »

3 biggest questions that remain about Flynn's ouster


Former acting Attorney General Sally Yates testified to great praise yesterday, but Sean Spicer was dismissive and unimpressed today during his press briefing at the White House. Before assuming office, Mr. Flynn discussed with the Russian ambassador in Washington the possibility of relaxing US sanctions, according to leaked media reports of intelligence intercepts, but there is no official version of what transpired in those conversations. Read More »

Stabber seemed to be carrying human head

Deputies arrived at the home and located Tina Webb's body. Police did not say whether the body found was headless and the woman's name has not been released. "He didn't say anything after he was subdued ", Roberts said, adding that at one point before he was arrested the man told someone he was thirsty. Read More »

If awarded contract, Boeing's St. Louis plant will assemble Air


Boeing already builds its F-15 jet fighter and the F/A-18 aircraft widely used by the U.S. Navy in St. Louis, and the T-X would help maintain experienced workers at the plants as orders become scarce. More than 14,000 Missourians work at the eastern Missouri Boeing plant. A decision is expected later this year. But a spokeswoman said the company didn't have a breakdown of how many of those jobs would be actual Boeing employees and how many would be from suppliers and secondary economic ... Read More »

Tony Perkins: Trump Is Backing Up His Rhetoric on Religious Liberty

Trump returned the praise, calling Liberty a "place of true champions" and thanked evangelicals for helping elect him to office. Trump has stayed largely out of public view since Tuesday. President Trump urged graduates of Liberty University to follow their convictions and stand strong against criticism from those not courageous enough to do the right thing themselves. Read More »

Trump Lawyers Produce More Comically Bad Drafting

That's according to a letter from Trump's tax lawyers at Morgan Lewis. It stated that Trump's tax returns do not show any income, dept or equity investments from Russian sources - with "few exceptions ". Trump specifically said he has no investments or loans in or from Russian Federation. In his interview yesterday with NBC News' Lester Holt, Donald Trump was asked about whether he or his family "have any accepted investments, any loans" from Russian Federation. Read More »

Almost half disapprove of Trump's decision to fire Comey

The 49-year-old Mr McCabe, a career FBI agent, has taken part in a number of high-profile investigations, including probes into the Boston Marathon bombing in 2013 and the attacks against USA installations in Benghazi, Libya in 2012. "It is essential that the next Federal Bureau of Investigation director understand the details of how agents do their important work", Association President Thomas O'Connor said. Read More »

East St. Louis' Tilmon lands at Missouri


Tilmon is ESPN's No. 6 center in the 2017 recruiting class, while 247 Sports placed him as the No. 9 power forward. That lasted until early April, when former Illini coach John Groce was sacked, prompting Tilmon to ask for his release from the national letter of intent. Read More »

Eric Holder: Sessions Memo 'Dumb on Crime'

Sessions' policy memo directs prosecutors to "charge and pursue the most serious, readily provable offense". "The Justice Department's shift to prosecuting and incarcerating more offenders, including low-level and drug offenders, is an ineffective way to protect public safety", Law Enforcement Leaders member and former U.S. Read More »

Oklahoma officer says she recalled training as she shot man

An Oklahoma police sergeant testified he felt "disrespected" by the way a prosecutor announced a manslaughter charge against a white Oklahoma officer who killed an unarmed black man. Prosecutors say Shelby overreacted. She recalled a training video in which an officer was fatally shot during a traffic stop. Shelby has said in the past, she believed Crutcher was going for a gun when she fired. Read More »