• Sessions next to testify
Sessions next to testify

Veteran journalist Dan Rather said on Thursday that one of the biggest takeaways from former FBI Director James Comey's testimony before the Senate Intelligence Committee was that Attorney General Jeff Sessions is a "marked man" due to his dalliances with Russian officials.

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  • Marker honors interracial couple who changed law
Marker honors interracial couple who changed law

Loving Day has been in celebration since the Supreme Court's ruling on interracial marriage. The couple whose love brought down laws against interracial marriage are commemorated on a historical marker in Virginia's capital city. The historical marker is placed alongside the Richmond building that once housed the Virginia Supreme Court of Appe...

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  • Donald Trump sued over global business ties
Donald Trump sued over global business ties

The government also said Trump hotel revenue does not fit the definition of an improper payment under the constitution. Spicer says the president's interests "do not violate the emoluments clause" and he pointed to the fact that both AGs are Democrats.

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  • Corey Lewandowski: James Comey is part of the 'deep state'
Corey Lewandowski: James Comey is part of the 'deep state'

Meanwhile, a congressional panel asked for any tapes of their conversations. Trump abruptly fired Comey as director of the Federal Bureau of Investigation on May 9, admitting later that the Russian Federation probe was on his mind at the time.

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  • Defense rests in Bill Cosby trial; jury could get case today
Defense rests in Bill Cosby trial; jury could get case today

Judge Steven O'Neill will deliver instructions to the jury this afternoon, which will be followed by deliberations. However, Andrea Constand's allegations are the only ones to result in criminal charges against the formerly beloved star of The Cosby Show .

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  • Comedian sacked by CNN after Trump severed head photo
Comedian sacked by CNN after Trump severed head photo

She co-hosted the show with anchor Anderson Cooper . Cooper was quick to denounce his long-time pal, calling the image "disgusting" and "completely inappropriate". I move the line, then I cross it. But I went way too far. "It wasn't amusing. I get it", she said in the video message. Griffin posted a videotaped apology on Tuesday night amid a...

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  • 12-year-old big sister helps deliver baby brother
12-year-old big sister helps deliver baby brother

The gynecologist decided at the time of childbirth to give Jacee the opportunity to help her mother give birth. She said she was nervous, but it was the best moment of her life. According to the MS News Now , Jacee said: "I actually, like delivered him, like, he let me actually push down and pull the baby out...." She wanted to witness the moment ...

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  • Comey: Trump told 'Lies, Plain and Simple'
Comey: Trump told 'Lies, Plain and Simple'

Comey sidestepped the question when asked on Thursday if he thought that Trump had engaged in obstruction of justice, saying this was a question for Robert Mueller, a former Federal Bureau of Investigation chief appointed by the Justice Department last month as a special counsel to probe the Russian Federation issue.

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  • Man fatally shot, 2 Kentucky deputies wounded
Man fatally shot, 2 Kentucky deputies wounded

The shooting happened around 11:40 a.m. In a news release, Jacobs said Bays fired on the deputies from inside the trailer where they had gone to serve the warrant, hitting them both before deputies returned fire. That man, Brian Simpson, had warrants out for him and was arrested. Deputy Liford was air lifted to University of Tennessee Medical C...

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  • 2 arrested at anti-Sharia law event in Virginia Beach
2 arrested at anti-Sharia law event in Virginia Beach

However, the Southern Poverty Law Center , which tracks hate groups, calls it the largest American anti-Muslim group. The group said it supports the rights of those subject to Shariah law and opposes discrimination. Hundreds of counterprotesters marched through downtown Seattle , banging drums, cymbals and cowbells behind a large sign saying " Se...

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  • Attorney General Jeff Sessions to Testify Publicly on Tuesday
Attorney General Jeff Sessions to Testify Publicly on Tuesday

On Wednesday, Comey released his planned opening statement to the committee which included his request of Sessions that the attorney general "prevent any future direct communication" between himself and Trump. "When I talked to him and said, 'You have to be between me and the president, and that's incredibly important, ' and I forget my exact words...

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  • Immigration arrests of dozens of Chaldeans prompt protest
Immigration arrests of dozens of Chaldeans prompt protest

Iraqi-American Christian advocates and defense attorneys say that the raids were cruel since Christians are now being persecuted in Iraq, where they are a minority. Doss represents numerous families who were rounded up and said he expects majority to be deported soon. Southfield protesters say their family members are guilty of lesser crimes - so...

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  • Police dashcam video shows Tiger Woods' sobriety test and arrest
Police dashcam video shows Tiger Woods' sobriety test and arrest

The video shows Woods attempting to tie his shoes and a police officer asking him to perform the sobriety test. The police department that arrested golfer Tiger Woods for driving under the influence has released dash cam footage of the arrest .

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  • Attorneys general in Maryland, DC to bring 'major lawsuit' against President Trump
Attorneys general in Maryland, DC to bring 'major lawsuit' against President Trump

The lawsuit, similar to one filed in NY by a government watchdog group in January, pivots on Mr. Trump's decision to place his business assets into a trust, rather than divest upon taking office. But D.C. Attorney General Karl Racine, D, and Maryland Attorney General Brian Frosh , D, say Trump has broken many promises to keep separate his public d...

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  • Trump tweets hurting legal case - key adviser's husband
Trump tweets hurting legal case - key adviser's husband

In the past, White House Press Secretary Sean Spicer said that the order called for a vetting system rather than a ban. US President Donald Trump on Tuesday reiterated his call for a travel ban from certain "dangerous" countries amid a latest string of Islamist attacks in London.

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  • Claire McCaskill blasts Republicans for secret, back-door Trumpcare bill
Claire McCaskill blasts Republicans for secret, back-door Trumpcare bill

In April, during a contentious town hall meeting , Heller spoke about the importance of protecting access to health care and noted that "we have 200,000 people here in the state of Nevada that now have access". According to one source, the document shared with members on Tuesday excluded a provision that would allow state waivers for communi...

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  • Trump's fight with London mayor perplexes his critics
Trump's fight with London mayor perplexes his critics

Of course, famous Londoner and known Trump critic J.K. Rowling had something to say about the situation, writing on Twitter on Tuesday, "I'd rather he [Trump] didn't come, but if he does, I'd like his vile Tweets juxtaposed against whatever he's been coaxed to read off an autocue".

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  • A top vodka brand is trolling Trump
A top vodka brand is trolling Trump

A spokesperson for British company Diageo, which owns Smirnoff, says in a statement the ad is "a wink and a nod to current affairs". "Made in America", declares a new Smirnoff billboard spotted by US -based social media users, with a picture of a bottle of Smirnoff behind what appears to be a Moscow mule cocktail.

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  • Severe weather in forecast for southeast Wyoming
Severe weather in forecast for southeast Wyoming

Four counties in Nebraska and five counties in Colorado were also under a tornado watch. Be ready to act quickly if a warning is issued or you suspect a tornado is approaching. In addition, hail will fall and could be up to softball size. If storms do develop along the predicted dry line, storms including large hail and damaging winds are likel...

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  • Maryland, DC plan to sue Trump over foreign payments
Maryland, DC plan to sue Trump over foreign payments

In less than five months, Donald Trump has already set the record for gouging the most dough out of the presidency, the attorneys general of Maryland and the District of Columbia allege in a lawsuit announced Monday. In January , Trump chose to remain the owner of his vast business empire when he shifted his assets into a trust managed by his s...

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