• New Oklahoma coach Lincoln Riley will continue to call offensive plays
New Oklahoma coach Lincoln Riley will continue to call offensive plays

Stoops was 190-48 with the Sooners, his only college head-coaching job. In his first season as head coach, he guided the Sooners to seven wins and their first bowl game since 1994. A daughter attends Oklahoma and twin sons are seniors in high school who are potential major college football players. Riley joined the football program in 2015 and re...

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  • Trump feels 'totally vindicated' by Comey testimony, attorney says
Trump feels 'totally vindicated' by Comey testimony, attorney says

Trump's defenders pointed to Comey's statement to underscore the president's assertion that the former director had assured him that he wasn't under investigation as part of the Russian Federation probe. One thing becomes quickly apparent from the transcript: Trump's repeated demands of Comey's loyalty may have left Comey and Trump to interpre...

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  • Top US Senate intelligence Democrat - 'more investigating to do'
Top US Senate intelligence Democrat - 'more investigating to do'

The director of national intelligence, Dan Coats , and the head of the National Security Agency , Michael Rogers , faced tough questioning from the Senate intelligence committee on Wednesday about their communications with the president, after a spate of reports that he had asked them to use their influence to stop or restrict the investig...

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  • Sheriff: Fired worker had plan to kill former co-workers
Sheriff: Fired worker had plan to kill former co-workers

Orange County Sheriff Jerry Demings described Neumann as a disgruntled ex- employee but said it was not clear why he was sacked or what prompted his actions. Friends of another victim, Jeff Roberts , described him as "a devoted husband, father and grandfather" on a fund-raising website for his family. He shot himself after his rampage.

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  • Sessions offered to quit during exchange with Trump
Sessions offered to quit during exchange with Trump

Conway confirmed to The Associated Press that the tweet was authentic. Trump told people at the time that he anxious the decision would be seen as an admission of defeat - and has continued to express frustrations with the Justice Department's actions.

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  • Scooter Gennett hits 4 home runs for Reds to tie MLB record
Scooter Gennett hits 4 home runs for Reds to tie MLB record

Gennett is also arguably the most unlikely player to have achieved a four-homer game. He is the 14th guy to plate 10 runs in a single game. You go from 0-for-19 to a game like this, it's pretty wild. And four days ago, Atlanta Braves second baseman Brandon Phillips, who was traded by the Reds , ripped the Reds and Gennett to the heavens for giv...

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  • How news networks plan to cover Comey's testimony
How news networks plan to cover Comey's testimony

Comey to "lift the cloud " that was darkening his administration, asking him to "let it go" in reference to the investigation into former National Security Advisor Michael Flynn , and then summarily firing the FBI Director, Donald Trump appears to have obstructed justice", he said in a statement .

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  • Trump renews criticism of London Mayor Khan over attack
Trump renews criticism of London Mayor Khan over attack

Deputy White House spokeswoman Sarah Sanders said on Monday that she did not think it was correct to characterise Trump's tweets as "picking a fight" with Khan. "My focus from Saturday night has been working with the police the emergency services and the government to deal with the horrific attack on Saturday", Khan told Sky News, when asked abou...

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  • Trump not planning to invoke executive privilege to block Comey testimony
Trump not planning to invoke executive privilege to block Comey testimony

Nixon . "But violating executive privilege isn't a crime". Susan Collins, a Republican on the Intelligence Committee, said she also wants to understand "the tone, the exact words that were spoken" between Trump and Comey because the context is "so important".

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"Making A Murderer": Avery attorney files 1,000-page post ... - Wisn TV

Avery is serving life for the murder and has long claimed that he was framed by vindictive authorities. Zellner did not return phone calls Wednesday, but she did tweet "10,909", the number of days Avery has spent in prison, which includes the 18 years he spent behind bars on his rape conviction that was eventually overturned after new DNA evidenc...

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  • French counter-terrorism unit investigates attack on Notre Dame
French counter-terrorism unit investigates attack on Notre Dame

Among the several hundred people ordered to remain inside the cathedral was a former USA ambassador to the United Nations, Nancy Soderberg. In February, a 29-year-old man armed with two large knives and shouting "God is great" in Arabic lunged at a military patrol near an entrance to the Louvre in Paris and slashed a soldier.

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  • Grandma suspected in stabbings that killed baby arrested
Grandma suspected in stabbings that killed baby arrested

And on Sunday, the night before the stabbing that killed one granddaughter and critically wounded another granddaughter and her daughter, neighbors said Clark was acting erratically outside her daughter's Colton residence. Neither child was seriously injured. But after the plea, a judge ruled that she was not guilty of the two attempted murders...

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  • California legislator Gomez wins US House seat
California legislator Gomez wins US House seat

However, Asians make up only about 15 percent of the roughly 300,000 registered voters in the district. The results are tentatively scheduled to be certified on June 16, with the Los Angeles County Board of Supervisors scheduled to declare the results official on June 20, Logan said.

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  • Legal experts to Trump on travel ban: Twitter hurting cause
Legal experts to Trump on travel ban: Twitter hurting cause

Remember, candidate Trump had called for a "Muslim ban". As a candidate, Trump called for a "Muslim ban", comments that came back to haunt him as president when the courts determined that even his scaled-down order was "rooted in religious animus and meant to bar Muslims from this country".

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  • Qatar says Kuwait trying to mediate, solve Gulf crisis
Qatar says Kuwait trying to mediate, solve Gulf crisis

It has already been caught up in the current crisis, with its website blocked by Saudi Arabia, the United Arab Emirates (UAE), Egypt and Bahrain in late May. Both the leaders discussed ways to prevent terror financing and eliminate extremism by any country in region, the White House said yesterday. More than 1 million Filipinos reside and work in...

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  • Senate Committee Hearing With Intelligence Chiefs
Senate Committee Hearing With Intelligence Chiefs

Director Coats, who said he doesn't even take notes after conversations with the president, told the Senate Intelligence Committee that he would elaborate on his answer and the report in a closed forum. "I don't understand why you're not answering our questions". Rogers was testifying before the Senate intelligence committee Wednesday about sur...

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  • The Trumps Funneled $100K Meant For Cancer Charity Into Own Pockets
The Trumps Funneled $100K Meant For Cancer Charity Into Own Pockets

For years, Eric told donors that the foundation was able to put the vast majority of money raised toward helping kids fight cancer because the Trump Organization graciously donated family-owned locations for events-like its signature golf invitational.

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  • 'Travel ban' case likely hurt after president's Twitter rant
'Travel ban' case likely hurt after president's Twitter rant

After it quickly ran into trouble in the courts, the White House - yes, the White House - put together a revised ban that sought to fix the problems that made the original ban so toxic. Critics say there is little national security justification for the move and the ban is discriminatory. The original travel ban, instituted just a week after Tr...

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  • Comey to testify that Trump sought 'loyalty,' asked to lift Russian Federation 'cloud'
Comey to testify that Trump sought 'loyalty,' asked to lift Russian Federation 'cloud'

Comey was leading a Federal Bureau of Investigation probe into alleged Russian meddling in last year's US presidential election when Trump fired him last month. Comey stays behind in a conference room to speak privately with Trump after intelligence officials brief the president-elect in his NY headquarters about explosive findings that the ...

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  • USA intelligence chiefs decline to comment on Trump inquiry
USA intelligence chiefs decline to comment on Trump inquiry

Comey is explicit that he saw Trump as attempting to enmesh him in an inappropriate relationship at the time. Turley was referring to the entirety of Comey's written statement, including his account of an Oval Office meeting in which Trump asked Comey to drop the investigation of former National Security Adviser Mike Flynn.

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