• Ohio Congressman played in baseball game to honor Scalise
Ohio Congressman played in baseball game to honor Scalise

But Democrats and Republicans recognized that what happened to Louisiana Rep. Steve Scalise , the third-ranking member in the House, could happen to anyone in public life. Trump said. USA politicians are playing in a charity baseball game a day after a shooting - as they practised - wounded a top Republican and three others.

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  • Gene Simmons attempts to trademark love
Gene Simmons attempts to trademark love

Kiss frontman Gene Simmons is trying to trademark the "devil horns" rock hand gesture. Meanwhile, Simmons' first use of the gesture in a similar fashion was on the cover of Love Gun over a decade later. Officials would likely consider similarities with examples like those in deciding whether the gesture is too generic to earn a trademark. ...

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  • Pilot 'okay' after blimp crashes at US Open
Pilot 'okay' after blimp crashes at US Open

Aerial video from a television news helicopter shows pieces of the flattened blimp on the field along with charred metal and grass. Maynard said he had no more information on the status of the pilot, who has been taken to a hospital, nor on the cause of the accident.

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  • Why Bill Cosby Apologized To His Accuser's Mother
Why Bill Cosby Apologized To His Accuser's Mother

Constand, a former Temple University employee, alleges that Bill Cosby drugged and sexually assaulted her in early 2004. The judge dismissed jurors about 3:40 p.m. "Most (assaults) are never reported to authorities, so they're delayed forever", she said. Because Cosby had said he did not intend to testify in his own defense , the deposit...

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  • Finally, someone says it! Sen Cotton throws in an unexpected question
Finally, someone says it! Sen Cotton throws in an unexpected question

Mr. Sessions, are - are you familiar with what spies called tradecraft? Cotton then asked Sessions if he liked spy fiction. John La Corre, Daniel Silva, Jason Matthews? Cotton: Do you like Jason Bourne or James Bond movies? "No ... "Do you understand why he made that allusion?" he asked. "I explained how in good faith I said I had not met w...

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  • Death toll from London fire rises to 17
Death toll from London fire rises to 17

The cause of the blaze, the worst in the British capital in a generation, was being investigated. Prime Minister Theresa May , who has promised an investigation into the disaster, visited the scene on Thursday to meet members of the emergency services, but left without making any public comment.

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  • 'Wonder Woman' Makes History at the Box Office
'Wonder Woman' Makes History at the Box Office

The success of Wonder Woman has boosted overall box office figures for this summer and Warner Brothers' executives are understandably glowing, he continues. Director Patty Jenkins talks about Gal Gadot's casting as Wonder Woman . It has made $355.5 million United States in North America and $816.6 million USA worldwide.

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  • US Student Released From N. Korea Has Severe Neurological Injury - Hospital
US Student Released From N. Korea Has Severe Neurological Injury - Hospital

On Thursday, North Korea said that it had released Warmbier "on humanitarian grounds". "We did what we could, we tried to stay low, we were advised that it was important that you don't upset the North Koreans ", Warmbier said. "I'm able to wear the jacket that Otto wore when he confessed", the emotional father said. "I knelt down by hi...

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  • Judge Grants Karrueche Tran 5-Year Restraining Order Against Chris Brown
Judge Grants Karrueche Tran 5-Year Restraining Order Against Chris Brown

According to the report and her claims in court, after the breakup, Chris told her he was going to ban Tran from all of his events and "wouldn't be nice to her in public". In the initial filing, she wanted to extend the protective order to her mother and younger brother as she did not want to put them "at risk". Entertainment attorney Mitra Ahour...

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  • Japan passes controversial anti-terror law despite protests, warnings
Japan passes controversial anti-terror law despite protests, warnings

While technically allowed, the move circumvents the conventional legislative process. Opposition Democratic Party leader Renho, who goes by one name, in a statement blasted theruling party tactics and termed the law "brutal" legislation that violated freedom of thought.

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  • Explosion hits kindergarten in eastern China
Explosion hits kindergarten in eastern China

Two people died on the spot and five more died of their injuries. It was unclear if the suspect was apprehended and no potential motive was provided. The Chinese government says classes were being held when the explosion occurred but no students or teachers were among the dead, according to its initial check.

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  • Salma Hayek Just Shared Exactly How Donald Trump Hit on Her
Salma Hayek Just Shared Exactly How Donald Trump Hit on Her

Trump took down their numbers because he had invited them to his hotel in Atlantic City . She said several years ago she attended an event with her then-boyfriend and Trump happened to be present at the event. 'Hi, it's Donald Trump here.' I said, 'Really? The painful exchanges that follow - including one about Beatriz's immigrant s...

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  • Here's what happens when a jury is deadlocked
Here's what happens when a jury is deadlocked

The announcement of a deadlocked jury created a hubbub of energy outside the Montgomery County courthouse. Steele announced the charges against Cosby on December 30, 2015, just before the 12-year statute of limitations expired to file charges.

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  • Rita Ora helps sort donations for London fire victims
Rita Ora helps sort donations for London fire victims

The UK watched in horror as fire ripped through Grenfell Tower in West London early yesterday morning, killing at least 17 people and injuring more then 30. Survivors, many of whom lost all their belongings in the blaze, spent the night at emergency shelters, as charities and local support groups were flooded with donations of clothes and bed...

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  • US seeks to recover more assets stolen from Malaysian fund
US seeks to recover more assets stolen from Malaysian fund

The spokesman said that DiCaprio in July 2016 had "initiated the return" of gifts he had received from financiers connected to the 1MDB case after authorities made allegations against people involved in financing the 2013 film "The Wolf of Wall Street ", which starred DiCaprio.

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  • The Bachelor in Paradise halted after alleged sexual assault
The Bachelor in Paradise halted after alleged sexual assault

Warner Bros said it was aware of the allegations and has suspended season four of Bachelor in Paradise until further notice. New details are emerging about what may have led to " Bachelor in Paradise " suspending production following allegations of misconduct at the Puerto Vallarta, Mexico, locale of the ABC reality show.

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  • WA Attorney General's Office warns of tobacco settlement scam
WA Attorney General's Office warns of tobacco settlement scam

The office of Attorney General Alan Wilson is alerting the public to an online promotion that misleads consumers to believe they can receive tobacco settlement money. It resolved several lawsuits against the tobacco industry for tobacco-related health care costs. This scam tries to get consumers to buy a subscription to a monthly newsletter with ...

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  • Netflix resumes the fight for net neutrality
Netflix resumes the fight for net neutrality

Netflix may have heard from net neutrality supporters who were upset that the company pulled back from the debate just as the Federal Communications Commission is seeking to gut rules that Netflix lobbied for . The protest will focus on "grassroots mobilization" and the joining groups will give their users "with tools to contact Congress and the F...

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  • Lorde: 'I found fame and criticism of my looks overwhelming'
Lorde: 'I found fame and criticism of my looks overwhelming'

How did I get all this way without knowing I had far-apart eyes?' Just weird shit like that. 'If anything, I've slowly been getting less famous since Royals was really big. 'I suck at being famous. I feel so comfortable in myself'. Lorde's personal experience with body-shamers also gave her the confidence to speak out against online bul...

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  • 650000 fans cheer on Penguins at victory parade
650000 fans cheer on Penguins at victory parade

But this year's parade will continue into Point State Park, where the players, coaches and other dignitaries will take the stage to deliver remarks. "We haven't missed a game in years". "Thanks for showing up today, and let's try to do this again next year". He was the only player to speak. Pittsburgh Penguins forward Carl Hagelin confirmed...

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