• Trump Addresses Infrastructure, Health Care in Ohio
Trump Addresses Infrastructure, Health Care in Ohio

Anthem said it would exit Ohio's individual exchange on Tuesday, claiming in a statement that an "increasing lack of overall predictability" had contributed to the decision that will leave 18 counties without an Obamacare exchange option. In a formal address twenty minutes later, Trump hit the same note, telling his audience during a marina speech...

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  • GOP official calls suit against Trump 'absurd'
GOP official calls suit against Trump 'absurd'

Karl A. Racine and Brian E. Frosh , attorneys general for D.C. and Maryland respectively, told WaPo they expect the president to fight this request all the way to the Supreme Court. The state of Maryland and the District of Columbia are taking President Trump to court. The White House says a lawsuit filed by the attorneys general of Mary...

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  • ESPN mock: D-backs select Virginia outfielder Adam Haseley in the draft
ESPN mock: D-backs select Virginia outfielder Adam Haseley in the draft

He's advanced that way. In addition to his power numbers, Haseley showed patience at the plate. Former Phillies Del Unser and Gary "Sarge" Matthews represented the Phillies at the MLB Network studios in Secaucus, where the draft is being held.

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  • Things to know about Jeff Sessions on eve of Senate hearing
Things to know about Jeff Sessions on eve of Senate hearing

Sessions is expected to face sharp questioning from his former Senate colleagues about his role in the investigation into contacts between Trump campaign associates and Russian Federation during the 2016 election. Questions have arisen about Sessions' own involvement in the Trump campaign and his meetings with Sergey Kislyak , the Russian ambass...

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  • Republicans seek to clear air on whether Trump has Comey tapes
Republicans seek to clear air on whether Trump has Comey tapes

Former FBI Director James Comey hinted in his public hearing Thursday that Sessions, a former United States senator from Alabama, may have had additional contacts with Russians, and said in a closed hearing that investigators had received Russian intercepts detailing a possible third meeting between Sessions and Kislyak, sources familiar with the...

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  • Golf roundup: Daniel Berger repeats as St. Jude Classic champion
Golf roundup: Daniel Berger repeats as St. Jude Classic champion

It was the second PGA Tour victory for 24-year-old Berger, who joins Dave Hill, Lee Trevino and David Toms as back-to-back winners in Memphis. DES MOINES, Iowa - Brandt Jobe won the PGA Tour Champions event Sunday by one shot, finishing at 14-under 202 for his first victory in 19 years.

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  • Attorney General Jeff Sessions says travel ban needed for security
Attorney General Jeff Sessions says travel ban needed for security

Monday's ruling follows a similar decision, from the 4th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals in Richmond , Virginia, last month. The Trump administration has asked the Supreme Court to rule on the president's executive order banning entry into the USA for nationals of Iran , Libya , Somalia , Sudan , Syria and Yemen , which Trump argues is ne...

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  • Sessions' plans to testify surprised Senate intelligence panel members
Sessions' plans to testify surprised Senate intelligence panel members

He said the Senate Intelligence Committee is the best place to answer those questions. Russian Federation has denied interfering in the USA election. Comey's dramatic testimony drew invective from his former boss on Twitter , with Trump dismissing him as a leaker on Friday and a coward on Sunday.

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

ICE declined to comment on specifics of the arrests. Attorneys said the Iraqis who were arrested came to the US legally, but after they committed crimes, were subject to be deported. Bishop Kalabat wrote that "The Church does not oppose justice, all hardened criminals that are a danger to society should be picked up". Although some have lived in ...

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  • Feinstein's call for Lynch investigation 'refreshing'
Feinstein's call for Lynch investigation 'refreshing'

Michael Mukasey, the attorney general under George W. Bush, said on Friday that Lynch essentially turned the Department of Justice into "an arm of the Clinton campaign". Feinstein tells CNN'S "State of the Union" she won't draw any conclusions about obstruction until the matter is investigated. "And there's only way to know about it, and that's to ...

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  • Hot and humid conditions with some increased rain chances
Hot and humid conditions with some increased rain chances

Tuesday late afternoon and early evening, strong to severe storms will be possible starting off in our counties to the northwest then moving into the metro around 6pm. After the clouds clear away, sunshine will drive temperatures into the low 90s with a southwest breeze gusting to 20-30 miles per hour. Highs: Low-to-mid 90s.

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  • High court ruling speeds up generic biotech drug approval
High court ruling speeds up generic biotech drug approval

The justices, in a 9-0 ruling , overturned a lower court decision that had prevented Swiss pharmaceutical company Novartis from selling its copycat version of California-based Amgen's Neupogen until six months after the U.S. Sandoz's drug costs about 15 percent less than the brand name. The drugs help boost red blood cells in cancer patients...

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  • Interracial Marriages Face Pushback 50 Years After Loving
Interracial Marriages Face Pushback 50 Years After Loving

In Loving v. Virginia, the Supreme Court struck down Virginia's law and similar ones in about one-third of the states. Loving Day was decided on June 12, 1967 - 50 years ago as of the publication of this article - to allow the legal marriage between Richard and Mildred Loving .

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  • Interior head Ryan Zinke suggests reducing Bears Ears National Monument
Interior head Ryan Zinke suggests reducing Bears Ears National Monument

Although Bears Ears National Monument is over 1.3 million acres, Sec. He also suggests working with Congress to enable Native American tribes to co-manage cultural areas. No president has previously scaled back or scrapped a national monument, meaning that Trump is nearly certain to face a legal challenge if he chooses to do so.

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  • Who loves him more? Trump's cabinet members gush at meeting
Who loves him more? Trump's cabinet members gush at meeting

Trump said at the White House, surrounded by his full team of advisers. Senate Minority Leader Chuck Schumer tweeted out a video mocking President Donald Trump's televised meeting with cabinet members on Monday. Schumer's third staffer interjects, directly quoting part of White House Chief of Staff Reince Priebus's earlier statement: "Bef...

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  • Attorney General Sessions to testify as Republicans prod Trump on tapes
Attorney General Sessions to testify as Republicans prod Trump on tapes

Sessions, whose contacts with Russia's ambassador to the USA during the presidential campaign has sparked questions, agreed Saturday, June 10, to appear before the Senate intelligence committee as it investigates alleged Russian meddling in the election.

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  • Donald Trump Jr. Completely Contradicts His Dad's Comey Claim
Donald Trump Jr. Completely Contradicts His Dad's Comey Claim

Trump was asked by NBC News' Lester Holt about the private dinner he had with Comey , and the president said Comey "asked for the dinner". Trump allegedly said, "I hope you can see your way clear to letting this go". The Trump administration fired Comey in early May, citing his handling of the Hillary Clinton email investigation during the 2016...

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  • Cosby defense rests without calling the comedian to testify
Cosby defense rests without calling the comedian to testify

Richard Schaffer , a police detective who interviewed Cosby in 2005 after Constand accused him of sexual assault, testify before resting their case, USA Today reports. Sixty women have accused Cosby of drugging them, sexually assaulting them, or both. She spent almost seven hours on the stand over two days, as Cosby's attorneys attempted to un...

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  • Photos of 12-Year-Old Girl Delivering Her Baby Brother
Photos of 12-Year-Old Girl Delivering Her Baby Brother

Say what? "I was like, are you kidding me?" So the doctor invited Jacee to suit up in scrubs and help him deliver the baby. Dellapena's wife also wrote about the unique experience on a Facebook page Love What Matters how Jacee wanted to attend her second sibling's birth 18 months ago but was not allowed since she was too young.

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  • Trump Lawyer to File Complaint Against James Comey for Leaking
Trump Lawyer to File Complaint Against James Comey for Leaking

Lankford is on the intelligence committee, the forum for last week's riveting Comey testimony and Tuesday's hearing. That probe includes an examination of whether Trump aides colluded with the Kremlin campaign to hack into American political organizations and leak stolen documents.

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  • Attorney General Sessions to testify in public session on Tuesday
Attorney General Sessions to testify in public session on Tuesday

The Sessions testimony will live stream on Tuesday from room 219 of the Hart Senate Office Building in Washington, D.C., starting 2:30 p.m. The matter is also being investigated by several congressional panels, including the Senate Intelligence Committee.

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  • Bernie Sanders calls on supporters to step up resistance
Bernie Sanders calls on supporters to step up resistance

Sanders asked. "This is not my opinion, this is the facts". Sanders said that the president's attacks on the judiciary, on separation of powers, on a free and independent media, his lies about 5 million voters supposedly having voted illegally, his "palling around with Saudi Arabian royalty and Vladimir Putin", his support for oligarchs overseas a...

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  • Police Release Dashcam Footage Of Tiger Woods' DUI Arrest
Police Release Dashcam Footage Of Tiger Woods' DUI Arrest

Woods is wearing shorts, a dark hat and a light-colored shirt. The video of Woods' Memorial Day encounter with police provided more details on his arrest on suspicion of driving under the influence. This is the second time Woods - a former world-number-one - has been accused of drink driving, with the first coming after he crashed his Cadilla...

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  • DOJ Presents Trump's Stymied Travel Ban to Highest Court
DOJ Presents Trump's Stymied Travel Ban to Highest Court

Harvard law professor Noah Feldman wrote in Bloomberg View that the context of Trump's comments obliterates his administration's argument that " extreme vetting " wasn't driven by unconstitutional targeting of a religion and added that Trump's contempt for the " slow and political " US judiciary makes a 9-0 Supreme Court ruling against a travel...

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  • Louisiana House budget offer panned by Senate
Louisiana House budget offer panned by Senate

Ohio Republican Rob Portman and others such as Nevada's Dean Heller are pushing for a seven-year phaseout ending in 2027. "This would increase the pressure on individual Republicans who are skittish". But he added, "I'm seeing more and more clarity, and a narrower and narrower focus, and a smaller and smaller difference in the caucus". It...

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  • Smirnoff Schools Trump on How to Handle 'Ties to Russia'
Smirnoff Schools Trump on How to Handle 'Ties to Russia'

Smirnoff vodka has a new ad campaign that references the investigation into Russian interference in last year's US presidential campaign. The company's latest ad features the slogan "Made in America" in large font. Today, Smirnoff comes to life in a giant distillery in Plainfield, Illinois. Pictures of bus stop and billboard ads have been poste...

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  • Maryland, DC attorneys general suing Trump
Maryland, DC attorneys general suing Trump

The provision bars the president and other government employees from accepting foreign gifts and payments without congressional approval. Maryland Attorney General Brian Frosh and Washington , D.C., Attorney General Karl A. Their suit, filed Monday , also speaks to the larger issue: Because Trump still profits from businesses like his D.C....

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  • Monday marks one-year anniversary of Pulse Nightclub shooting
Monday marks one-year anniversary of Pulse Nightclub shooting

Orlando's Leaders are remembering and honoring the victims, families, and first responders, one year after the Pulse Nightclub tragedy. Orlando city officials want the one-year anniversary of the shooting at Pulse Nightclub to be marked with acts of love and kindness.

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  • Nightclub owner reflects on massacre: 'We are one Pulse'
Nightclub owner reflects on massacre: 'We are one Pulse'

On the first anniversary of the worst mass shooting in modern USA history, officials asked Americans to join in acts of " love and kindness" to honour victims of the three-hour June 12 rampage at the now-shuttered gay club, including survivors still reeling from emotional and physical wounds.

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  • Maryland and DC plan lawsuit against Trump
Maryland and DC plan lawsuit against Trump

Frosh said Trump regularly welcomes foreign diplomats to his hotel and appears frequently at Trump establishments, "using his role as president to raise their public profile". But some legal experts said it rested on stronger legal ground because the plaintiffs were governmental entities, which could have stronger standing to sue the president.

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  • Afghan Army Soldier Shoots, Kills Three American Troops
Afghan Army Soldier Shoots, Kills Three American Troops

Army. Airstrikes by American warplanes have greatly increased in recent months, as US President Donald Trump considers requests from military commanders for thousands more global troops. In April, the United States military dropped its largest non-nuclear bomb ever used in combat on a complex of caves in Achin used by IS fighters. Meanwhile, th...

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  • Maryland, DC Attorneys General Announce Lawsuit Against Trump
Maryland, DC Attorneys General Announce Lawsuit Against Trump

That question is being raised by a new legal challenge to Trump's continued ownership of far-flung businesses. If a federal judge allows the case to go forward, an injunction will be sought to force Trump to stop conducting business the way he is alleged to be doing, but it would leave how to do so up to the court, according to the Post .

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  • Pittsburgh wins 2nd straight Stanley Cup title
Pittsburgh wins 2nd straight Stanley Cup title

The Predators went 0 of 4 with the man advantage, including 32 seconds of a 5-on-3 in the third. But it wasn't a goal. Pollock, positioned behind the play, had lost sight of the puck and - assuming that Murray controlled it - blew the whistle before Sissons got to it.

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  • Melania And Barron Trump Move Into The White House
Melania And Barron Trump Move Into The White House

In November, the Trumps said Melania and Barron would not move into the White House immediately after the inauguration, so the 11-year-old could finish up his school year in New York City. Stephanie Grisham , the First Lady's director of communications, issued a #WelcomeHome tweet of her own. Her presence and positive approval rating cou...

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  • Pulse Night Club 1 Year Anniversary
Pulse Night Club 1 Year Anniversary

At the back of the club, you see bullet holes through the fence - a reminder of the shootout between SWAT teams and Mateen, who declared his allegiance to the Islamic State terror group in a 911 call from inside the club. "Get to know other transgender kids, other people in the LGBT community we're all just like you". Their loved one lives just 3...

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