• Duncan's name on list found on shooter's body
Duncan's name on list found on shooter's body

Police investigate a shooting scene after a gunman opened fire on Republican members of Congress during a baseball practice near Washington in Alexandria, Virginia, June 14, 2017. Sources tell CBS News there were many writings among Hodgkinson's possessions, either on his person, in bags he carried or had in his vehicle. South Carolina Rep.

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  • GJM Chief Bimal Gurung Challenges Mamata Banerjee As Violence Takes Over Darjeeling
GJM Chief Bimal Gurung Challenges Mamata Banerjee As Violence Takes Over Darjeeling

Citing a large number of arms and ammunition ranging from crossbow, knives and khukris the police recovered after it raided GJM chief Binay Tamang's residence on Friday, CM Banerjee raised questions about the financial support the agitators are getting to conduct violent protests in Darjeeling .

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  • Lead surgeon: U.S. congressman Scalise showing improvement after being shot
Lead surgeon: U.S. congressman Scalise showing improvement after being shot

President Donald Trump said Friday that wounded GOP Congressman Steve Scalise "took a bullet for all of us" when he was shot Wednesday morning at a congressional Republican baseball practice. Scalise was an enthusiastic participant in the ballgame - in 2015 he posted pictures from the many times he played in the competition against the Democrat...

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  • Taxstone Pleads Guilty to Gun Charges in Troy Ave Shooting
Taxstone Pleads Guilty to Gun Charges in Troy Ave Shooting

FILE- In this May 26, 2016, file photo, Shanduke McPhatter, left, brother of Ronald McPhatter, and his mother Rose McPhatter, right, are surrounded by supporters during a news conference outside of Irving Plaza Thursday, May 26, 2016, in NY.

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  • The North Korea detainee's final moments of freedom
The North Korea detainee's final moments of freedom

North Korea claims Warmbier's brain damages came from botulism , but his doctors at the University of Cincinnati say there is no evidence of that claim. "We do not see any skin indications that are strongly suggestive of mistreatment", he said. Ojea Quintana called on North Korea to "clarify the causes and circumstances" of Otto Warmbier's...

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  • USA lawmaker shot by anti-Trump gunman showing improvement
USA lawmaker shot by anti-Trump gunman showing improvement

With her is St. Clair County Sheriff's Chief Deputy Richard Wagner (right). The wife of James Hodgkinson , who authorities say shot a congressman and injured others at a ball field in Virginia, had no idea her husband would do it, and was sorry it happened.

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  • Kenneth Starr: Trump Should Not Fire Robert Mueller
Kenneth Starr: Trump Should Not Fire Robert Mueller

PBS's Judy Woodruff reported Monday that Trump friend Chris Ruddy told her after visiting the White House that Trump is "considering perhaps terminating" Mueller - a decision that would set off a massive political backlash. The talk about dismissing Mueller appeared to be coming from Trump allies - including some close to White House strategist...

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  • Trump considering firing Russian investigation leader
Trump considering firing Russian investigation leader

The president sacked Comey in early May. With Attorney General Jeff Sessions recused from investigations related to the 2016 presidential campaign , Rosenstein is the acting attorney general overseeing Mueller's probe. According to the report , Trump has told staff, visitors and advisers over the last week that he thought Mueller was part...

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  • 25 dead from forest fires in central Portugal
25 dead from forest fires in central Portugal

Government officials say many of victims died in their cars when flames swept over a road. Latest from the SFGATE homepage: Click below for the top news from around the Bay Area and beyond. The blaze spread Saturday onto Pedrogao Grande town, forcing residents to try and leave the town to escape towering flames. Almost 60 other people were inju...

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  • Macron casts ballot in French parliamentary vote
Macron casts ballot in French parliamentary vote

Historian Didier Maus, who sits on France's Constitutional Council, said voters had rejected "everything that represented the system before and we're trying something else". The spread between French 10-year bonds and German 10-year bonds, considered a key indicator of confidence in France's economy, has more than halved since Macron's win in the ...

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  • US Open Spectator at Erin Hills Dies
US Open Spectator at Erin Hills Dies

McIlroy was never in the short grass from the 11th hole to the end on Thursday when he opened with a career-worst 78, and he didn't do almost enough in the second round until it was far too late. He was sidelined earlier this year with a rib injury and has made just five PGA TOUR starts in 2017. But there was no hope for Day and McIlroy. His ...

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  • Condition of United States lawmaker shot by anti-Trump gunman improves to 'serious'
Condition of United States lawmaker shot by anti-Trump gunman improves to 'serious'

South Carolina Rep. Jeff Duncan has said he said he was preparing to leave the baseball field when a man politely asked him whether it was a Democratic or Republican team before quietly walking off. "I never saw him get mad when people were talking good, bad or ugly about any of the political parties", Euille told The Associated Press . He allege...

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  • Trump to restrict business with Cuban military, limit travel
Trump to restrict business with Cuban military, limit travel

Trump , who has in the past criticized Obama's decision to re-establish relations with the nation, will announce new restrictions on trade and travel to the country, undoing the work of his predecessor. "It's not that he's not opposed to any deal, he's opposed to a bad deal with Cuba". Obama announced in December 2014 that he and Cuban leader ...

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  • USA officer acquitted in fatal shooting of black man
USA officer acquitted in fatal shooting of black man

Phil". One bullet hit the armrest between Reynolds and Castile . The finding was in line with recent history showing trials of police officers often end in non-convictions - almost 40 percent of the time for those that Philip Stinson, a criminologist at Ohio's Bowling Green State University, has tracked since 2005.

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  • U.S. lawmaker Scalise improving after baseball field shooting
U.S. lawmaker Scalise improving after baseball field shooting

The Louisiana Republican is recovering from "substantial damage" he suffered when a bullet pierced his left hip and traveled directly across to the other hip, Dr. The person did not disclose the names, but said those listed had been briefed. He died after officers in Scalise's security detail fired back at him.

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  • Play Ball! Congressional Baseball Game Goes On in Defiance of Shooting
Play Ball! Congressional Baseball Game Goes On in Defiance of Shooting

Scalise had been fielding balls at second base when he was shot and then dragged himself away from the infield in a trail of blood. The shooting left House Majority Whip Steve Scalise of Louisiana critically injured, and three other people were also shot before the gunman , who had raged online against Republicans, was killed by police .

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  • Jared Kushner's business dealings come under scrutiny in Russian Federation probe
Jared Kushner's business dealings come under scrutiny in Russian Federation probe

At the same time, he said that he had turned over his contemporaneous memos of discussions with Trump to Mueller and broadly hinted that the special counsel was investigating Trump for possible obstruction of justice. "We do not know what this report refers to", Gorelick said. The Department of Justice has a long-established policy to neither c...

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  • Robert Mueller Hires 13 Lawyers for Russia Investigation, Plans to Hire More
Robert Mueller Hires 13 Lawyers for Russia Investigation, Plans to Hire More

Trump was reviving his claim that Rosenstein urged him to fire Comey in a memo , though Trump himself disputed this reasoning shortly after in an interview with NBC News's Lester Holt, in which he said "regardless of the recommendation, I was going to fire Comey".

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  • Boston hosts more than 50 tall ships
Boston hosts more than 50 tall ships

Hours after landing in their temporary Boston ports, crews from around the world began welcoming visitors to board their ships. They say the designation is typically reserved for large national events like the Super Bowl. At Fish Pier, across from the World Trade Center, ships like the "Picton Castle" from Nova Scotia, "Guayas" from Ecuador and "...

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  • Trump Cheers on Congressional Baseball Game Following Shooting
Trump Cheers on Congressional Baseball Game Following Shooting

Scott Applewhite, File). Scalise represents the first district of Louisiana in the southeastern part of the state. CNN's Manu Raju reported Thursday that Scalise remained in critical condition after coming out of his latest surgery.

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