• One year after Pulse nightclub shooting, local community honors victims
One year after Pulse nightclub shooting, local community honors victims

Others say that they can't even drive by the location where Pulse used to operate; the memorials still tear at the wounds fresh in their hearts. To her, they are bittersweet symbols of a community that is healing. "I question am I really a strong person because I hurt", said Connell. Mr. Trump reached out to LGBT voters after the attack, making t...

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  • Truex Jr. to start at rear of field Sunday after changing engines
Truex Jr. to start at rear of field Sunday after changing engines

The excitement got to the young driver. "We've just been doing our job with Ben". No. 1 for Blaney , well, that felt pretty good. "Patting myself on the back for that". Wallace will be just the eighth black driver in history to race in NASCAR's top series. I just didn't want to make a mistake, that would've been the worst thing to do.

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  • Sheriff: Explosion at Wisconsin plant kills at least 1
Sheriff: Explosion at Wisconsin plant kills at least 1

Multiple burns were reported among the injured, authorities said. The meeting came at the same time Didion Milling held a press conference to announce tragic news about the plant explosion. The schools, located about a quarter of a mile from Didion, were closed Thursday but will reopen today, when officials said the high school's graduation c...

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  • Maryland, DC attorneys general plan lawsuit against Trump
Maryland, DC attorneys general plan lawsuit against Trump

Mr Frosh and District of Columbia attorney general Karl Racine have scheduled a news conference to announce the lawsuit. In the case filed in January in Manhattan federal court, an ethics non-profit, restaurant group and hotel events booker allege Trump violates the Constitution's "emoluments" clause, which bars him from accepting gifts fro...

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  • Montana's Gianforte avoids jail time for reporter assault
Montana's Gianforte avoids jail time for reporter assault

Lambert will recommend a sentence to Justice of the Peace Rick West at Monday's hearing but declined to specify as to the nature of his recommendation. Jacobs' glasses, which were broken in the May 24 incident, were donated to the Newseum in Washington, DC. "I just want to say I'm sorry and if and when you're ready, I look forward to sitting down...

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  • Kimball gets 1st IndyCar pole, record run at repaved Texas
Kimball gets 1st IndyCar pole, record run at repaved Texas

Just eight cars completed the race, six of which finished on the lead lap. Will Power stayed in the clear and emerged victorious Saturday night at the Rainguard Water Sealers 600 in one of the craziest races the Verizon IndyCar Series has seen in years.

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  • Dem Introduces 'COVFEFE Act' To Record All Of Trump's Tweets
Dem Introduces 'COVFEFE Act' To Record All Of Trump's Tweets

The Communications Over Various Feeds Electronically for Engagement, aka the COVFEFE Act , would expand the Presidential Records Act to cover social media posts to ensure "additional preservation of presidential communication and statements while promoting government accountability and transparency".

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  • Anti-Sharia protests divide America
Anti-Sharia protests divide America

Speakers warned that if Sharia Law merges with the United States legal system, female genital mutilation and honor killings could become common. A similar scene played out in a park near a NY courthouse, where counter-protesters sounded air-horns and banged pots and pans in an effort to silence an anti-Shariah rally.

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  • Sessions to testify as Republicans prod Trump on tapes
Sessions to testify as Republicans prod Trump on tapes

The Justice Department , which Sessions heads, has been investigating contacts between the Russian government and President Donald Trump's inner circle. Two leading Senate Democrats, Dianne Feinstein of California and Patrick Leahy of Vermont, called on Sessions to appear - in public - before the Judiciary Committee, which has oversight responsi...

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  • Missing child alert in Brevard County
Missing child alert in Brevard County

Tony and Chrissy Hughes, both 39, lived in the home with their son, Sebastian. The remains of an unidentified man were discovered in the house. Brevard County and Palm Bay Fire Rescues found an adult female inside the home Sunday, but had to leave the home because the structure was not safe, investigators said.

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  • Remy Ma Brings Out Fellow Female Emcees; Performs
Remy Ma Brings Out Fellow Female Emcees; Performs "ShEther" at Summer Jam

The Bronx spitter used the concert to show love to the female Hip Hop stars that came before her as well as the next generation of femcees. According to SOHH.com , not only did Remy perform "ShEther", her 7-minute diss track about Nicki, but she hit the stage with guns blazing.

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  • Justices strike down citizenship law over gender differences
Justices strike down citizenship law over gender differences

But an American mother must only have lived in the US continuously for one year before giving birth to a child to meet the requirement. At the time the statutes were enacted, "two once habitual, but now untenable, assumptions pervaded our nation's citizenship laws and underpinned judicial and administrative rulings: In marriage, husband is dominant...

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  • Video expected to be shown in Penn State pledge's death case
Video expected to be shown in Penn State pledge's death case

Piazza consumed what prosecutors said was a life-threatening amount of alcohol during a hazing ritual on February 2 in State College, Pennsylvania, and he died two days later. A judge at the hearing Monday will determine if enough evidence exists for the case to proceed. "He gets up again and attempts to go to the front door, but before he reaches ...

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  • Do Americans trust James Comey more than Trump?
Do Americans trust James Comey more than Trump?

The president replied "100 percent" when asked if he would deliver such testimony under oath to give his side of the story - just as Comey did on Thursday to the Senate panel. "No plausible case. We must distinguish crimes from" political "sins". Instead, Trump let his lawyer do the talking for him. Senator Jack Reed said "there's a real que...

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  • US Navy SEAL member killed after parachute malfunction
US Navy SEAL member killed after parachute malfunction

Rear Adm. Jack Scorby said at the time that Peters had landed in the Hudson River after disconnecting his parachute which landed in a parking lot. The accident stunned witnesses, traumatized Navy personnel and left a pall over the entire Fleet Week celebration.

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  • John Oliver: The most important thing in James Comey's testimony
John Oliver: The most important thing in James Comey's testimony

The pledge came as Trump accused James Comey of lying to Congress about their private exchanges. Comey has testified that he already handed them over to special counsel Robert Mueller. 'When he's ready, ' Spicer said. The ex-director's statement deepened questions about the basis for his May 9 dismissal and about whether Trump's actions const...

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  • Trump promises 'cheaper, faster and safer travel' with private air traffic control
Trump promises 'cheaper, faster and safer travel' with private air traffic control

Trade group Airlines for America and most USA airlines have supported ATC privatisation, and Trump says his plan enjoys support from airlines, passenger advocates and air traffic controllers. On Friday, the president plans to discuss changes to rules and regulations that would expedite project construction in a meeting at the Department of Transpor...

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  • Services to mark 1 year since 49 killed in Orlando gay club
Services to mark 1 year since 49 killed in Orlando gay club

It overlapped the time a year ago that gunman Omar Mateen started shooting inside the nightclub on "Latin Night". Still, many in Orlando's gay community say that over the past year they have felt a welcoming communal spirit in the city that makes them stand a little taller and feel a little ...

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  • Comey confirms Trump told him to let Flynn probe go
Comey confirms Trump told him to let Flynn probe go

It will be updated. "Are you prepared to say that you have never been asked by the President or the White House to influence an ongoing investigation?" asked Sen. Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein , the second-ranking official at the Department of Justice who signed a letter recommending Comey's dismissal, will testify, a day ahead of Com...

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  • Trump Jr. defends dad on Twitter during Comey testimony
Trump Jr. defends dad on Twitter during Comey testimony

Under questioning Thursday, Comey strongly asserted the intelligence community's conclusion that Russian Federation did indeed meddle in the 2016 election. Republicans on the committee questioned Comey intently but did not attack his integrity or try to treat him roughly, as a witness making accusations against a sitting Republican president ...

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