• Ford to import Focus from China in 2019
Ford to import Focus from China in 2019

Discussion about the small-car production shift from Mexico to China began "a couple months ago" under Fields, said Joe Hinrichs , president of global operations. The current Focus will be phased out of production in Wayne, Michigan in mid-2018, according to Hinrichs. Also on Tuesday, Ford announced that it will invest $900 million in a factory ...

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  • Wounded Congressman Scalise sends Father's Day message
Wounded Congressman Scalise sends Father's Day message

The injuries had put the majority whip at an "imminent risk of death", said Jack Sava, director of trauma care for MedStar Washington Hospital Center. Scalise is said to be somewhat responding to medical staff and family, according to the doctors. The president's meaning was unclear as he made the comments at an event on Cuba policy in Miami.

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  • Amid public outcry, Florida city moves Confederate statute
Amid public outcry, Florida city moves Confederate statute

Once disassembled, the City will build a base, reassemble and re-erect the statute. Cassandra Lafser, who's a spokeswoman for Orlando Mayor Buddy Dyer, said in a statement that it will likely take six weeks for the statue to be fully rebuilt and on display.

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  • Plenty of talent available to stock Golden Knights
Plenty of talent available to stock Golden Knights

Ian Cole (Pittsburgh ) - A part of the Penguins no-name defense, the 28-year-old Cole will likely be passed by when Vegas selecting goalie Marc-Andre Fleury, but a two-time Stanley Cup victor could bring quite a hefty return if the Golden Knights go a different direction.

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  • Chinese tour agency axes visits to North Korea for U.S. citizens
Chinese tour agency axes visits to North Korea for U.S. citizens

The Kim Jong-un regime had announced that they were releasing the 22-year-old for "humanitarian" reasons . His father, Fred Warmbier, said last week that he believed Otto had been fighting for months to stay alive to return to his family.

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  • Will Grier ruled eligible to start against Virginia Tech
Will Grier ruled eligible to start against Virginia Tech

When Grier was suspended at Florida , it was expected for him to sit out a full year after taking an over-the-counter supplement containing a banned substance. Grier threw for 202 yards in WVU's spring game and will head into the season as the starter; last season's starter, Skyler Howard, was a senior. "It's God's plan and I'm really excited to b...

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  • Senate approves Crapo amendment tightening Russian Federation sanctions
Senate approves Crapo amendment tightening Russian Federation sanctions

Following yesterday's vote on an amendment adding substantial sanctions against Russian Federation to the bill, the Senate today voted to pass the bill, which was designed primarily to impose a number of new sanctions on Iran for "non-nuclear" moves that the Senate objects to.

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  • Lobbyist Shot At GOP Baseball Practice Expected To Make Full Recovery
Lobbyist Shot At GOP Baseball Practice Expected To Make Full Recovery

The bullet that had hit Scalise was a single rifle round that "travelled across his pelvis, fracturing bones, injuring internal organs, and causing severe bleeding". "[Scalise] underwent another surgery today, but continues to show signs of improvement", it added. Jennifer Scalise also is thanking the first responders who rushed to her husband's ...

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  • I-10 reopened after car pileup near Arizona-New Mexico line
I-10 reopened after car pileup near Arizona-New Mexico line

Officials said the chain-reaction crash is attributed to a dust storm which had high winds causing limited visibility from blowing dust. New Mexico's highest court has affirmed the convictions and sentence of a teenager who killed an 83-year-old woman while she slept.

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  • The Supreme Court has a chance to restore democracy to redistricting
The Supreme Court has a chance to restore democracy to redistricting

Congressional districts in the state as unconstitutional partisan gerrymanders . Redistricting commonly takes place after the once-a-decade census is conducted. All we know right now, however, is that they have decided take a closer look. It said redistricting efforts were unlawful partisan gerrymandering when they sought to entrench the party in...

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  • Polygamist Cult Leader Arrested After Year Running From FBI
Polygamist Cult Leader Arrested After Year Running From FBI

Jeffs, who is accused of heading an intricate food stamp fraud scheme , apparently was living out of his pickup truck near the southeastern South Dakota town on the Missouri River when authorities arrested him. Barnhart says authorities estimate Jeffs was in the area for a couple of weeks and lived out of his vehicle. Polygamous sect leader Je...

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  • Shooter had list of names
Shooter had list of names

As his colleagues played baseball in his honor Thursday evening, MedStar Washington Hospital Center medical gave an update on Rep. Steve Scalise , who remains in critical condition but has improved. Police and Federal Bureau of Investigation officials declined to confirm media accounts that the list of names Hodgkinson carried was a "kill list";...

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  • Bodies of Michigan man, adult son found in van
Bodies of Michigan man, adult son found in van

While details remain unclear, we were notified by local law enforcement that newly appointed superintendent and current elementary principal George Heckman has passed away. During this hard time, we ask that you lift the family and entire school community up in prayer. According to Facebook posts, a crisis team will be available to the communit...

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  • ABC reporter: My sources tell me Bob Mueller isn't investigating Trump (yet)
ABC reporter: My sources tell me Bob Mueller isn't investigating Trump (yet)

To the contrary: Thanks to The Washington Post , we now know that collusion is only one of three subject areas that the FBI investigation, now led by special counsel Robert Mueller , is exploring. However, Trump in an interview with NBC News' Lester Holt said he chose to fire Comey before reading Rosenstein's memo. While Mueller is ultimatel...

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  • Severe thunderstorm watch, flash flood watch in effect until Tuesday night
Severe thunderstorm watch, flash flood watch in effect until Tuesday night

Monday afternoon to 6 a.m. Tuesday , forecasters wrote in a statement. A heavy thunderstorm pelted central NY with golf ball-sized hail last month, with thousands losing power from the sudden high winds. This is shown in the graphic below, with a almost two-inch bull's eye over the greater D.C. -Baltimore region. Winds will increase aloft thr...

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  • Brutal slaying near mosque stemmed from road rage
Brutal slaying near mosque stemmed from road rage

Hassanen was reported missing around 4:00 am and the remains were found at a nearby pond around 3:00pm. Police said that around 4 a.m., Hassanen got into a fight with a man in a auto, suspected to be Darwin Martinez Torres , 22, who is accused of then getting out of the vehicle to attack the teen.

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  • Jay Sekulow, President Trump's unlikely lawyer
Jay Sekulow, President Trump's unlikely lawyer

Wallace: You just said that he's being investigated. Appearing on several morning news shows Sunday, Sekulow attempted to convince viewers that the president was not speaking literally when he tweeted Friday: "I'm being investigated for firing the Federal Bureau of Investigation director by the man who told me to fire the Federal Bureau of I...

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  • Supreme Court Strikes Down Ban on 'Racially Disparaging' Trademarks
Supreme Court Strikes Down Ban on 'Racially Disparaging' Trademarks

In doing so it struck down part of a 71-year-old law that banned "disparaging" trademarks, unanimously ruling that such trademarks should be permitted, because the US Constitution's First Amendment "protects even hurtful speech". The head of an Ohio American Indian group says a Supreme Court decision to strike down the disparagement clause in tra...

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  • Trump faces knife-edge congressional vote — Georgia election
Trump faces knife-edge congressional vote — Georgia election

Trump weighed in on Twitter late Monday, attacking Ossoff for living just outside the district. Ossoff, who once described his bid to take the GOP-controlled district as an opportunity to " make Trump furious ", has since dialed back. Ossoff has raised nearly $24 million during the campaign. But he's financed that message with a fundraising hau...

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  • Wounded congressman improves after shooting
Wounded congressman improves after shooting

The Louisiana Republican and House majority whip is "more responsive, and is speaking with his loved ones", according to a statement posted on his Twitter account. The person did not disclose the names, but said those listed had been briefed. Franks confirmed to Fox News on Friday's "The Story with Martha MacCallum" that he was one of the names...

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