• Minnesota Police Officer Jeronimo Yanez Found Not Guilty on Manslaughter Charge
Minnesota Police Officer Jeronimo Yanez Found Not Guilty on Manslaughter Charge

Prosecutors also charged Yanez with endangering the lives of Reynolds and her 4-year-old daughter, who was also riding in the vehicle that night. When asked why she started streaming the aftermath on Facebook Live, Reynolds said she felt people were not being protected against the police and wanted people "to know the truth" if she was shot in fron...

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  • GOP rep: Before shooting, man asked whether we were Dems or GOP
GOP rep: Before shooting, man asked whether we were Dems or GOP

Hodgkinson shot House Majority White Steve Scalise in the hip. "If he was in a crowd of people, he's not someone who would really stick out", he said. After the shooting, Republicans at the practice returned to the US Capitol clad in practice uniforms and described a chaotic scene dodging a hail of bullets.

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  • Yearbook to be reissued with pro-Trump photos
Yearbook to be reissued with pro-Trump photos

Digital media teacher Susan Parsons, also the yearbook adviser, was suspended with pay because of the incident. There's no evidence students played a role in the changes, Dyer said Monday. Friday was the district's last day of the school year. " I thought it was pretty cool that this guy was running for president ", Berardo told the Star-Ledg...

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  • Trump on Scalise's condition
Trump on Scalise's condition

Wednesday's shooting at a congressional baseball practice marked the first high-profile test of Trump-era gun politics: Republican control of Congress and the White House has all but eliminated talk of tightening federal gun laws. Louisiana Rep. Cedric Richmond is the Democrats' star pitcher, and a close friend of Scalise's. He was lying motionle...

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  • Korea rejects latest UNSC resolution, vows to continue nuclear buildup
Korea rejects latest UNSC resolution, vows to continue nuclear buildup

Speaking at the annual Shangri-La Dialogue here, US Defence Secretary General (Retd) James Mattis also said while competition between the US and China was bound to occur, the conflict between the world's two largest economies was not "inevitable".

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  • Police identify lone gunman behind Philippine casino attack
Police identify lone gunman behind Philippine casino attack

The bag contained an automatic rifle. More than 12,000 people were in the complex at the time; most were successfully evacuated. Now, the police will look into the security system and preparedness at Resorts World Manila , and whether management should be held responsible if lapses are found.

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  • Theresa May sidesteps questions about response to Grenfell Tower disaster
Theresa May sidesteps questions about response to Grenfell Tower disaster

There have been demands for answers as to how the blaze was able to engulf the 24-storey building along with complaints that not enough was being done to provide assistance for those left homeless or information about those still missing. Hundreds of thousands of pounds have already been raised online for the victims, while local community centres ...

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  • Trump tweets: 'I am being investigated for firing the Federal Bureau of Investigation director'
Trump tweets: 'I am being investigated for firing the Federal Bureau of Investigation director'

That report makes clear that three senior intelligence officers - Director of National Intelligence Dan Coats , National Security Agency Director Mike Rogers and and former NSA deputy director Richard Ledgett - are being interviewed this week by special counsel Bob Mueller as he looks into whether Trump obstructed justice in the Ru...

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  • Doctor says Rep. Scalise remains critical, but vital signs stable
Doctor says Rep. Scalise remains critical, but vital signs stable

Since then, the lawmaker has undergone multiple surgeries and procedures to stop the bleeding and fix bone. He said that Scalise has been mostly sedated but they've been able to turn down his medication enough for him to respond to family members.

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  • Brexit talks will reportedly begin on Monday despite Britain's political chaos
Brexit talks will reportedly begin on Monday despite Britain's political chaos

May now faces the task of satisfying both the pro-European and eurosceptic factions of her party, keeping Northern Ireland calm and negotiating a divorce with 27 other European Union members whose combined economic might is more than five times that of Britain.

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  • Andrea Leadsom confronted over PM not meeting Grenfell Tower victims
Andrea Leadsom confronted over PM not meeting Grenfell Tower victims

Following the fire at the Grenfell tower block in London where 17 people have been confirmed dead and many more are still missing, Merseyside Fire and Rescue say they are keen to reassure residents that safety reviews of residential buildings in Southport.

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  • Explosion in Chinese kindergarten kills eight
Explosion in Chinese kindergarten kills eight

More than 10 senior doctors from Nanjing and Wuxi cities have rushed to the site, Xinhua reports. It was not immediately clear whether the explosion was deliberate. In China , kindergartens have been attacked before also, by suspects who authorities claim were mentally ill or bore grudges against society. This screengrab taken from a broadca...

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  • Theresa May Wants Answers About The London Apartment Tower Fire
Theresa May Wants Answers About The London Apartment Tower Fire

You have to be prepared to receive people's emotions, and not be so frightened about people". The confirmed death toll from the Grenfell Tower fire in London has risen to 30, with 12 people still in a critical condition in hospital, police said.

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  • Blumenthal Wants Sessions' Resignation if Trump Fires Mueller
Blumenthal Wants Sessions' Resignation if Trump Fires Mueller

Ryan told reporters Tuesday: "The best advice would be to let Robert Mueller do his job ". Goldsmith takes heart that if this "crazy scenario" ever happened, "Congress would rise up quickly to stop the President " and noted: "If I am naive in thinking this, then we are indeed in trouble".

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  • Trump mocks Federal Bureau of Investigation for failing to prove 'Russian Collusion'
Trump mocks Federal Bureau of Investigation for failing to prove 'Russian Collusion'

In light of Trump's concern about leaks, it's possible that Rosenstein's Thursday night statement was aiming to appease a president who has himself often criticized the news media for citing unnamed sources. 'The Department of Justice has a long-established policy to neither confirm nor deny such allegations'. The official demanded anonymity becaus...

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  • Donald Trump confirms obstruction of justice probe, claiming 'witch hunt'
Donald Trump confirms obstruction of justice probe, claiming 'witch hunt'

Mr Trump was strongly critical of some of Mr Comey's testimony but said Mr Comey had vindicated him by saying while he was at the agency, Mr Trump was not the subject of the FBI's Russian Federation probe. But later, Trump said in an interview that he would have fired Comey "regardless" of Rosenstein's recommendation. Coats and ...

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  • May to visit those injured in London tower block blaze
May to visit those injured in London tower block blaze

Some people then left the building though others remained inside. In a television interview, Mrs May said the fire was "absolutely horrifying" and had been a "terrifying experience" for those affected. "How many children died? What are you going to do about it?" a young boy asked Khan, as the mayor tried to stop tensions rising further. "I ...

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  • Emotional first anniversary for Orlando nightclub shooting that killed 49
Emotional first anniversary for Orlando nightclub shooting that killed 49

An estimated 15,000 people attended a remembrance in downtown Orlando . While it may have been located hundreds of miles from Florida, the attack one year ago still hits home for those who gathered. Three other memorial services will be held Monday. "It's just building a stronger to make sure that we have a safe community for everyone around us".

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  • Confirmed death toll in London fire rises to 30
Confirmed death toll in London fire rises to 30

Dozens of demonstrators holding up placards and appeal posters shouted "we want an inquest" and "we want justice" as they entered the building. A larger crowd of people remained outside. "They feel the government and local council haven't done enough to help them in the aftermath of this horrific incident, or to provide answers to their increasingl...

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  • Adele was spotted giving hugs at London's Grenfell Tower after deadly fire
Adele was spotted giving hugs at London's Grenfell Tower after deadly fire

But while in the aftermath of such situations promises of goodwill and measures to tackle underlying problems are aplenty, in reality they've rarely been acted upon in a concerted way. Mr Clarke, who lives locally and appears on Channel 4's Amazing Spaces, told BBC's Newsnight: "I saw those cladding panels, the cladding on the outside and the ins...

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