• Jury deadlocked in Cosby trial after four days of deliberations
Jury deadlocked in Cosby trial after four days of deliberations

After three days and 28 hours of debate , the group had asked to revisit almost every critical piece of evidence from the trial that began almost two weeks ago - ranging from Cosby's 2005 deposition and police statement, in which he denied drugging and molesting the case's central accuser, Andrea Constand , to Constand's own recollections o...

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  • Silicon Valley and Tech CEOs urged to join Trump initiative
Silicon Valley and Tech CEOs urged to join Trump initiative

The primary intention to improve the information technology systems in government offices is to increase productivity, reduce their operational cost and eradicate waste that would lead to huge loss earlier. A bunch of top technology executives and investors visited the White House on Monday. Intel unveiled plans at the Oval Office in February...

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  • GOP preparing for Senate health care vote, amid differences
GOP preparing for Senate health care vote, amid differences

Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell , R-Ky., said he expected to have a draft of the bill ready Thursday. "I don't think it gives enough time to thoroughly analyze the bill, but we'll see when it comes out", she said of the prospect of voting on the Affordable Care Act repeal next week, when McConnell has said he expects the bill to go to ...

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  • Tropical Storm Cindy threatens Gulf Coast; Bret in Caribbean
Tropical Storm Cindy threatens Gulf Coast; Bret in Caribbean

Rick Scott said in a release. Cindy, which is located about 305 miles (495 kilometers) southeast of Galveston, Texas with maximum sustained winds of 60 mph (95 km/h), is expected to weaken slightly from Thursday, the Miami-based weather forecaster said.

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  • Seattle Shooting Raises Questions About Officers' De-Escalation Efforts
Seattle Shooting Raises Questions About Officers' De-Escalation Efforts

Family members of Charleena Lyles on Monday evening outside her apartment in Magnuson Park spoke of her as a sweet, kind person. Among other reasons, suspicion of police officers often stems from the high rate of racial profiling , the frequent use of excessive force against minorities , officers' reported tendency to lie about the details o...

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  • US student freed by North Korea dies at 22
US student freed by North Korea dies at 22

Mr Trump spoke briefly about Warmbier during an Oval Office meeting with the president of Ukraine. The tour operators who organized Otto Warmbier's fateful trip to North Korea said Tuesday that they were "reeling with shock over his death" and that they consequently will no longer take US citizens to the country.

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  • Tropical Storm Cindy forms in Gulf
Tropical Storm Cindy forms in Gulf

Officials in various coastal Louisiana and MS communities handed out sandbags as rain threatened low-lying areas along rivers and bayous. Flash flooding in low lying areas throughout the southern counties as well as long term flooding along some of the coastal rivers is expected.

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  • Georgia Police Capture Escaped Inmates After Three Day Hunt
Georgia Police Capture Escaped Inmates After Three Day Hunt

Miles says the inmates got in a wreck, left the vehicle and then led police on a foot chase. Deputies said the inmates fired at them from the vehicle. The veteran sheriff said his heart was still with the officers, their families and other victims of the inmates' alleged crimes. "He's got an assault rifle, he's got his finger on the trigger...

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  • Spicer hasn't talked Russia meddling with Trump
Spicer hasn't talked Russia meddling with Trump

The White House has been looking at ways to improve on this front. Spicer and deputy White House press secretary Sarah Huckabee Sanders have been alternating in the role of giving White House press briefings. Spicer is now handling both the roles despite facing huge criticism from United States press circles for issuing confusing and contradictor...

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  • Cheering 1st day of summer? Not in Phoenix when 120 expected
Cheering 1st day of summer? Not in Phoenix when 120 expected

American Airlines said it was going to cancel 38 flights leaving from Phoenix's Sky Harbor airport during the hottest part of the day from 3 p.m.to 6 p.m. but many will have to find alternatives if they wish to make their vacations or business trips. Airline officials said both larger Boeing and Airbus aircrafts had higher maximum operatin...

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  • Tropical Storm Cindy to deliver heavy rains, may trigger flash-flooding
Tropical Storm Cindy to deliver heavy rains, may trigger flash-flooding

The state said FEMA is moving 125,000 meals and 200,000 liters of water into Louisiana. He explains the track of the storm is aiming towards the Louisiana-Texas line. "The winds aren't looking to get much stronger than they are now", but some areas east of Houston and toward Florida could see as much as 12 inches of rain, said Stephen Strum, vice p...

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  • Brussels Explosion Now Considered a Terror Attack
Brussels Explosion Now Considered a Terror Attack

Dramatic pictures emerged overnight showed a fireball engulfing the station's concourse. Mr Van der Sypt said no one else was injured and the damage from the explosion was limited. I would put him at about 35 years old". The explosion was on the mezzanine level. "I'm so glad I'm home". Rail company spokeswoman Elisa Roux said trains were divert...

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  • Coroner: Otto Warmbier's family objected to autopsy, no internal examination performed
Coroner: Otto Warmbier's family objected to autopsy, no internal examination performed

After an examination of Otto Warmbier's body, Hamilton County Coroner Dr. Laskshmi Sammarco says his death is still a mystery. Justin Weber told The Associated Press that a news conference is expected later to provide more information.

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  • United States warplane blasts Syrian drone from sky
United States warplane blasts Syrian drone from sky

Tensions have also flared between U.S. forces and the Syrian regime further north, where the coalition is supporting an alliance of Kurdish and Arab fighters battling to oust IS from the city of Raqa. "We call on Russian Federation to continue to use these measures". Advances by the Syria-Russia-Iran axis offer the US a way out of a bind over how...

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  • Secretary Ben Carson Breaks Rank On The Russia Investigation
Secretary Ben Carson Breaks Rank On The Russia Investigation

Fervent Trump supporter: The Washington Post's Derek Hawkins writes , "Using language popular on the political far right, he has warned repeatedly of a "deep state bureaucracy" out to sabotage the presidency and a "shadow government" led by none other than former Federal Bureau of Investigation director James B.

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  • Israeli PM says work begun on new West Bank settlement
Israeli PM says work begun on new West Bank settlement

According to Peace Now, the new settlement's location was "strategic for the fragmentation of the West Bank". During that period, however, the population of existing settlements and unauthorized so-called "wildcat outposts" has nearly trebled.

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  • Troops shoot suspected bomber in station
Troops shoot suspected bomber in station

Arnold Reyman, spokesman for rail network operator Infrabel, confirmed the station was evacuated. Belgian federal prosecutor says it considers the Brussels train station explosion a foiled "terror attack". The incident comes more than a year after suicide bombers in Brussels detonated several explosions in the Brussels Airport and a nea...

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  • Sekulow Can't Decide Whether Trump is Under Investigation
Sekulow Can't Decide Whether Trump is Under Investigation

He and his team are now assessing former Federal Bureau of Investigation director James Comey's recent testimony before the Senate Intelligence Committee, reviewing Comey's memos documenting his encounters with Trump , and preparing to interview certain administration officials - such as Director of National Intelligence Dan Coats and Nationa...

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  • Amateur Radio Field Day Set for This Weekend
Amateur Radio Field Day Set for This Weekend

Field day also demonstrates ham radio's ability to work reliably under any conditions from nearly any location, and create an independent communications network. As for the equipment itself, Smith said you could build it yourself or buy it ready made ("Which is the easiest way to get started", he said) and the base stations are powerful enough to c...

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  • Coalition shoots down Iran-made drone in Syria
Coalition shoots down Iran-made drone in Syria

Russian Federation condemned the attack as "military aggression" and said it would begin to target coalition aircraft in Syria, leading Australia on Tuesday to suspend its air operations. Russian Federation has responded by suspending a flight coordination hotline and has also threatened to target USA coalition planes. He says: "We are not the in...

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