• Kushner Makes First Public Remarks As Trump Team Member
Kushner Makes First Public Remarks As Trump Team Member

Kushner kicked off the White House "Technology Week" as part of the administration's ongoing efforts to make progress on campaign promises. Among his many other responsibilities, Kushner was tapped to lead " a SWAT team of strategic consultants " who are tasked with bringing business ideas to the federal government.

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  • Man who shot congressman a Sunders supporter
Man who shot congressman a Sunders supporter

The man expressed grievances online about President Donald Trump and Republicans, but authorities said they're still working to determine a motive. "I can not believe it", she said. ways they could do that is you've ever been treated by a mental physician or in a mental hospital, or you've been convicted of a felony, or have been convicted of domes...

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  • Suspects rob bank, carjack grandmother and grandkids
Suspects rob bank, carjack grandmother and grandkids

Main St., a man later identified as Renaldi handed a note to a bank attendant demanding money, according to police. The officer tried to stop the van near Walmart at 235 Queen St., but the van did a U-turn, striking a vehicle, and sped off south on Route 10, police said.

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  • Finsbury Park attack: 'This is terror on the streets,' says Jeremy Corbyn
Finsbury Park attack: 'This is terror on the streets,' says Jeremy Corbyn

London mayor Khan visited the North London mosque along with Corbyn and May. A van attack against people outside a London mosque was "a cowardly act" aimed at dividing Muslims and non-Muslims, the Australian National Imams Council (ANIC) says.

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  • 7 arrested in Iran accused of supporting Tehran attacks
7 arrested in Iran accused of supporting Tehran attacks

The two people who attacked a shrine are understood to be an Iranian-Kurd and a man whose background is unknown, the security sources said. Iran has tracked down and killed several suspected extremists including the alleged mastermind of twin attacks in Tehran last week, officials said.

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  • Puerto Rican voters support statehood in criticized referendum
Puerto Rican voters support statehood in criticized referendum

Demonstrators in favor of Puerto Rico's independence protest in front of the Federal Court in San Juan, Puerto Rico , 11 June 2017. Among those eager for the USA territory to become the 51st state is Pedro Pierluisi, the island's former congressional representative.

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  • Scalise still in critical condition
Scalise still in critical condition

It came the morning after Scalise was honored at the charity baseball game where he was supposed to play second base for the House Republican team. Colleagues who visited Scalise, including House Speaker Paul Ryan, sounded generally upbeat, but spoke more in terms of hopes than the confident predictions of the immediate aftermath a day earlie...

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  • Mother tried to suffocate 1-year-old son in hospital
Mother tried to suffocate 1-year-old son in hospital

She remained in jail Monday and it wasn't known if she had a lawyer. The Observer's news partner, WBTV , reports the incident happened about 11:25 p.m. Charlotte TV station WSOC credits police sources with saying Dixon tried to smother the child four times within 15 minutes. The child is still in the care of Levine Children's Hospital where ot...

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  • Russia warns US after downing of Syrian jet
Russia warns US after downing of Syrian jet

The Ministry also warned that any coalition aircraft flying west of the Euphrates "will be tracked by the Russian ground and air anti-aircraft defense systems as air targets in the areas where Russian aviation is on combat missions in the Syrian sky".

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  • 2 dead, 3 injured after shooting, standoff in St. Louis
2 dead, 3 injured after shooting, standoff in St. Louis

While on the scene, police heard gunshots from another apartment building next door. Officers finally ruled the situation safe to enter the second apartment. Police say they don't know yet who shot who...or why but investigators are working on it. McGlynn says the victims appeared to be connected, although the motive wasn't immediately known.

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  • New York Yankees: The Legend of Aaron Judge Continues to Grow
New York Yankees: The Legend of Aaron Judge Continues to Grow

Bundy's lone win in the four-game span came against NY on May 29, when he allowed two runs in seven innings. Asked if he watched where it landed, Judge ripped off a wry smile and said "no need". He also ended the day leading the American League with a.344 average, 47 RBIs, a.450 on-base percentage and an 1.168 OPS. Almost a quarter of Boston's fi...

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  • Brooks Koepka wins US Open to secure first-ever major championship
Brooks Koepka wins US Open to secure first-ever major championship

Knowing for sure he would walk away the champion. With his final score of 16-under, the 27-year-old Florida golfer has equalled the best result in US Open history since the victory of Northern Ireland's Rory McIlroy in 2011 at the par-71 Congressional Country Club in Bethesda, Md.

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  • Rep. Scalise upgraded to 'serious' condition
Rep. Scalise upgraded to 'serious' condition

Doctors treating wounded House Majority Whip Rep. Steve Scalise have upgraded his condition from "critical" to "serious". The man who opened fire on Republican lawmakers practicing baseball had angrily railed against President Donald Trump the day before the shooting.

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  • Special Counsel Mueller met with Senate Intel Committee leaders
Special Counsel Mueller met with Senate Intel Committee leaders

Director of National Intelligence Dan Coats has met with the Senate Intelligence Committee for more than three hours in a closed session as part of the panel's probe into Russian interference in USA elections. In a February meeting, Comey said, Trump told Sessions and other administration officials to leave the room before asking him to drop a ...

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  • One killed as van driven through crowd outside London mosque
One killed as van driven through crowd outside London mosque

The elderly man has been confirmed as dead, while eight others are said to be "seriously injured". The suspected van driver, aged 48, was arrested on suspicion of attempted murder and will be questioned by counter-terrorism officers.

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  • Despite tweet, lawyer says Trump not being probed
Despite tweet, lawyer says Trump not being probed

Until the president finds someone to trust, to respect, and to listen to - like James Baker III - things are not going to get any better for him. White House senior adviser Jared Kushner's representatives have reportedly begun reaching out to criminal defense lawyers to potentially represent him in the ongoing federal probe into alleged ties betw...

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  • NC can't ban sex offenders from social media
NC can't ban sex offenders from social media

He appealed , and in 2013 the North Carolina Court of Appeals vacated his conviction, finding that the law at issue is unconstitutional. Representatives from Paxton's office and the Texas Department of Criminal Justice did not immediately respond to requests for comment Monday morning.

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  • Alex Jones interview draws 3.5 million viewers
Alex Jones interview draws 3.5 million viewers

The interview prompted indignation, especially in CT, where 20 children and six adults were killed by a gunman at Sandy Hook Elementary School in Newtown in 2012. Jones" lies are actually "claims' that are worthy of serious debate, and in doing so it exponentially enhances the suffering and distress of our clients", lawyers Josh Koskoff and Katie...

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  • Across the United States, counter-protests are planned as Anti-Sharia marches
Across the United States, counter-protests are planned as Anti-Sharia marches

Rally participants and a handful of counter-protesters appeared Saturday in Atlanta's Piedmont Park. "There are so many messages going on that I'm not sure who's who", Hards added. New York City's march got under way about an hour late and involved some three dozen ACT supporters waving oversized American flags. Through downtown Seattle , hund...

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  • What Witch Hunt? Trump Attorney Says President Not Under Investigation
What Witch Hunt? Trump Attorney Says President Not Under Investigation

US President Donald Trump is reportedly so incensed at claims he is being investigated for obstructing justice in the Russian Federation election probe that he has started screaming at television sets in the White House. Prosecutors sometimes, but not always, notify individuals through their attorneys that they are targets of an investigation ...

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