• UPS employee kills three at San Francisco package facility
UPS employee kills three at San Francisco package facility

The bus driver then stopped to let the workers out. He said officers found two victims outside and others inside and pulled the wounded to safety as they confronted the gunman, who was armed with an "assault pistol". UPS spokesman Steve Gaunt told local media that the shooter - apparently a disgruntled employee - burst into a room where workers wer...

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  • Congressmen Credit Capitol Police for Preventing 'Massacre'
Congressmen Credit Capitol Police for Preventing 'Massacre'

White House press secretary Sean Spicer tweeted that US President Donald Trump and Vice President Mike Pence are aware of the situation in Virginia. Capitol Police officers were at the practice when the shooting began and quickly returned fire, spokesman Matthew Verderosa said .

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  • Emotional court scene as video of black man's shooting shown
Emotional court scene as video of black man's shooting shown

Chief Edward Flynn, who fired Heaggan-Brown after he was charged in the sex assault case , said he believes the shooting was justified. December 15 - District Attorney Chisholm charges Heaggan-Brown with first-degree reckless homicide.

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  • Sessions vehemently denies Russian Federation collusion claims
Sessions vehemently denies Russian Federation collusion claims

Sessions to be involved in the Russian Federation investigation. "But even after recusing himself, Sessions recommended that the President fire FBI Director Comey - who was leading the Russian Federation investigation", she continued in a series of tweets.

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  • Donald J. Trump (@realDonaldTrump) June 9, 2017
Donald J. Trump (@realDonaldTrump) June 9, 2017

He said that he'd carefully documented his interactions with Trump because he anxious Trump would misrepresent them, and accused the administration of spreading "lies, plain and simple" about the reasons for his firing. The two men met for the first time recently, at a summit where Trump blasted other North Atlantic Treaty Organisation...

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  • Yankees' Tanaka gets career-worst 5th straight loss
Yankees' Tanaka gets career-worst 5th straight loss

Over at Yankee Stadium on Thursday, the Boston Red Sox and the New York Yankees will be wrapping up their Major League Baseball series. Boston is surging with 11 wins in its last 15 games and displayed its power both at the plate and on the mound in Tuesday's triumph.

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  • Ariana Grande To Be Made An Honorary Citizen Of Manchester
Ariana Grande To Be Made An Honorary Citizen Of Manchester

Ariana Grande will receive an honorary citizenship of Manchester . Ariana Grande's One Love Manchester benefit concert was a massive success, raking in a whopping $12 million. Meanwhile, Manchester City Council has also announced that it will hold an event later this year to recognise the " great many selfless acts and demonstrations of...

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  • Right-wing pundits, lawmakers rush to blame 'liberal rhetoric' for Virginia mass shooting
Right-wing pundits, lawmakers rush to blame 'liberal rhetoric' for Virginia mass shooting

Rep. Brad Wenstrup, R-Ohio, an Iraq War veteran, told Fox News that once the shooting stopped he administered aid to Scalise, putting a compression on his wound. I heard a break in the gunfire and chose to take a chance, ran from home plate to the first base dugout, which is also cinder block and down about two or three feet so you can have better ...

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  • NeNe Leakes confirms return to 'Real Housewives of Atlanta'
NeNe Leakes confirms return to 'Real Housewives of Atlanta'

Some of the other women on the show have already started shooting the next season, but NeNe's yet to appear. "All hail the Queen for season 10", she wrote , along with a photo of herself posting with a champagne glass topped with a peach. According to TMZ , producers wanted to sign Kim Zolciak onto a full-time role on the series, much like NeNe...

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  • Judge tells Castile jury to keep deliberating
Judge tells Castile jury to keep deliberating

Defense Attorney Paul Engh leaves the Ramsey County Courthouse after presenting closing arguments in the case of Jeronimo Yanez in St. Paul, Minn. on Monday, June 12, 2017. Pendleton named several other black men who have been killed by police in recent years. But Pendleton says it will be just a "mustard seed of justice" if he is.

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  • GOP congressman, Capitol police, others wounded in shooting; gunman dead
GOP congressman, Capitol police, others wounded in shooting; gunman dead

Meehan, who told reporters Scalise's security detail consists of two people and they usually sit in the stands on the first base side, said he had never felt unsafe there before. Martha McSally announced later Wednesday that Thursday's congressional baseball game will still go on. Several members noted how thankful they were that Duncan and DeSanti...

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  • UPS says employee shoots, injures 4 at San Francisco center
UPS says employee shoots, injures 4 at San Francisco center

UPS spokesman Steve Gaut identified Lam, an employee with a history of mental illness as the employee who 'turned the gun on himself '. "Cook said he heard another series of five shots before the area fell silent and he escaped from the building with others".

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  • Trump gives remarks on ballfield shooting
Trump gives remarks on ballfield shooting

Posts from previous year show he was adamantly opposed to Clinton, and, after the election, to President Donald Trump . The shooting happened at around seven in the morning on the baseball field as members of the GOP baseball team were practicing.

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  • Kentucky National Guardsmen charged with sexual assault
Kentucky National Guardsmen charged with sexual assault

Tubolino, of Auburn, Kentucky; 19-year-old Tyler A. Hart, of Bowling Green, Kentucky; 21-year-old Austin L. Dennis, of Munfordville, Kentucky; and 22-year-old Jacob F. Kentucky National Guard Adjutant General Major Stephen Hogan said in a release the incident damages morale, readiness and combat ability. "Sexual assault is not only a repre...

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  • Donald Trump Jr. Tweet Ties JULIUS CAESAR Controversy to Virginia Shooting
Donald Trump Jr. Tweet Ties JULIUS CAESAR Controversy to Virginia Shooting

Trump Jr. had little to say about the tweet, other than to indicate that he approved of it. Many in the right-wing media were quick to latch onto the connection, despite the fact that Shakespeare's play-and the actual story of Julius Caesar-typically serves not as an endorsement, but a cautionary tale of political violence.

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  • Potential for severe storms this week
Potential for severe storms this week

These storms were not expected to be severe, but could have heavy downpours, lightning and gusty winds as they push through, the weather service said. Partly cloudy, with a low around 70. Storm chances will shift to northeast Oklahoma overnight. A 20 percent chance of showers and thunderstorms before 1am.

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  • Turkey steps up mediation efforts to end Gulf crisis
Turkey steps up mediation efforts to end Gulf crisis

Erdogan's spokesman also said a trilateral meeting between Turkey, France and Qatar was planned. Conservative Gulf neighbours have long viewed Qatar's outgoing foreign policy with suspicion. "The first vessel on that service is to arrive Friday and will run once a week". The effects of the dispute could widen beyond the region. For the latest on ...

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  • Senate backs legislation to slap new sanctions on Russia
Senate backs legislation to slap new sanctions on Russia

Under the amendment , sanctions would be imposed on Russians who have been found guilty of human rights abuses, have supplied weapons to the Assad regime or have conducted cyber attacks on behalf of the Russian government, among other categories.

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  • Ed Gillespie has Pulled Out a Victory for the Republican Gubernatorial Nomination
Ed Gillespie has Pulled Out a Victory for the Republican Gubernatorial Nomination

Looking towards the general election in November, Northam had a 44 - 33 percent lead over Gillespie in poll conducted in April, and he'll benefit from significant Democratic energy: almost 200,000 more people voted in the Democratic primary than in the Republican.

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  • 'I am safe.' Rep. Duncan on gunman shooting at Congressional Republicans
'I am safe.' Rep. Duncan on gunman shooting at Congressional Republicans

Duncan said he did not plan to do anything differently. Nothing in his hands at all, that I noticed. "Violence of any kind is unacceptable in our society and I condemn this action in the strongest possible terms". Sen. Rand Paul (R-KY) said a massacre could have unfolded if police and Scalise's security team were not there. Rep. Mo Brooks, R-Al...

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