• Here's What Today's Orlando Shooting Tributes Are ACTUALLY About
Here's What Today's Orlando Shooting Tributes Are ACTUALLY About

Police shot and killed Mateen during the massacre. One year following the massacre at Orlando's Pulse Nightclub , which is associated with the city's LGBTQ community, families of the murder victims still find it hard to grasp. "A community that is going to shout out to everybody around us that we need to love, love, love", Smith said. Now Puls...

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  • Interior secretary suggests reducing Bears Ears National Monument
Interior secretary suggests reducing Bears Ears National Monument

Zinke said he will issue a final report in late August, when he is due to make recommendations on Bears Ears and 21 other national monuments on federal land in 11 states, including Grand Staircase-Escalante in Utah, Giant Sequoia in California, Nevada's Basin and Range and Katahdin Woods and Waters in Maine.

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  • House, Senate investigators request for Trump tapes, Comey memos
House, Senate investigators request for Trump tapes, Comey memos

Trump said on May 12. He further denied ever asking Mr Comey for his "loyalty", contradicting Mr Comey's detailed sworn testimony about a private dinner in the White House . The case reached the Eighth Circuit when McDonald challenged the consecutive sentences, arguing that the lower court should not have imposed a sentence enhancement due t...

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  • No cause to fire special counsel Mueller: deputy attorney general Rosenstein
No cause to fire special counsel Mueller: deputy attorney general Rosenstein

Ruddy did not immediately respond to questions seeking clarification. Gingrich later clarified that the " bad people " he was referring to are the "people who are going to be after" the president. In a tweet on Monday, former House speaker Newt Gingrich wrote, "Republicans are delusional if they think the special counsel is going to be fair".

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  • Attorney General Jeff Sessions to face sharp questions on Russia contacts
Attorney General Jeff Sessions to face sharp questions on Russia contacts

Attorney General Jeff Sessions is preparing to face former Senate colleagues over his role in the controversy around ties between the Trump campaign and Russian Federation. Comey told the intelligence committee in a closed session that Sessions may have had a third, undisclosed interaction with Russia's ambassador to the U.S., according to peop...

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  • Kids Count released Tuesday morning
Kids Count released Tuesday morning

You have some of the highest rates of children living in high poverty areas. Twelve percent of children are living in high-poverty neighborhoods. Overall, Delaware ranks 23rd among the states for overall child well-being: 14th for child health, 29th for child economic well-being, 23rd in education and 26th in family and community.

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  • US President Donald Trump says travel ban ruling comes at 'dangerous time'
US President Donald Trump says travel ban ruling comes at 'dangerous time'

The judges largely affirmed US District Court Judge Derrick Watson's decision from March which found the core provisions of the revised executive order likely violated the Constitution because its primary objective was to disfavour Muslims, but on slightly different grounds.

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  • Cosby jury wants to review lawsuit testimony
Cosby jury wants to review lawsuit testimony

McMonagle added that Cosby's "romantic interludes" with Constand were examples of Cosby being disloyal to his wife, but he didn't commit any crimes. "You're there by yourself". on Monday, according to a tweet by an Associated Press reporter . The closing arguments took place after the defense rested its case after questioning just one witness.

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  • Korea, China from Inada and Mattis
Korea, China from Inada and Mattis

While noting that what the United States aims to achieve against North Korea "is not regime change", Mattis emphasized in his speech that Washington will "continue to increase diplomatic and economic pressure" until Pyongyang finally and permanently abandons its nuclear and ballistic missile programs.

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  • Questions For Sessions At The Senate Intelligence Committee Hearing
Questions For Sessions At The Senate Intelligence Committee Hearing

Comey testified that he decided not to report the president's request to Sessions at the time, because the attorney general was weighing his recusal from all matters related to the Russia investigation - largely for his failure to acknowledge two previous meetings with the Russian ambassador during his January confirmation hearing - and for oth...

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  • Trump's top lawyer to face questions on Russia, Comey
Trump's top lawyer to face questions on Russia, Comey

During his testimony, Comey said Trump had specifically excluded Sessions and other top administration officials from the meeting where the president discussed Flynn's possible exposure. He is a good guy. Blunt and plainspoken, Sessions, 70, went from a GOP foot soldier to prosecutor to politician and ultimately one of President Donald Trump's...

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  • Officer-involved shooting reported at state liquor store in Hampton, New Hampshire
Officer-involved shooting reported at state liquor store in Hampton, New Hampshire

They then fled the area in a late model silver sedan. The officer was released from the hospital around 6:30 p.m. Hampton Police say the officer's bullet proof vest saved their life. Virginia police say a robbery suspect shot an officer after a short foot chase before another officer shot the suspect. He said the suspect was in serious condition.

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  • Charlie Crist blasts bill that Democrats say will rollback Dodd-Frank Act
Charlie Crist blasts bill that Democrats say will rollback Dodd-Frank Act

The Financial Creating Hope and Opportunity for Investors, Consumers and Entrepreneurs (CHOICE) Act, was passed 233 - 186 with one Republican voting against it. "They put it into a mandatory bucket of spending", Reed said. "Today's passage of the Financial CHOICE Act is a bad decision by the House of Representatives ", left-leaning think t...

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  • Tiger needs our help - Nicklaus
Tiger needs our help - Nicklaus

Tiger Woods seemed to have been in a mishap in his Mercedes before he was busted for DUI in Florida on Monday- and didn't seem to even know exactly what state he remained at first, according to new information from police records. The report also suggests Woods changed his story several times while being interviewed by officers. Here's wh...

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  • Investigators seek James Comey memos, tapes
Investigators seek James Comey memos, tapes

For those who hoped that former FBI Director James Comey was going to provide some bombshell evidence - or any evidence at all - that Donald Trump colluded with the Russians to steal the 2016 election, Thursday's Senate testimony had to be a major letdown.

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  • Attorneys general hope to force Trump financial disclosures
Attorneys general hope to force Trump financial disclosures

Maryland and the United States capital sued President Donald Trump today, saying he is breaking laws by raking in money from foreign governments and businesses at his luxury hotels and office towers. And ProPublica discovered in April that the President can withdraw money from his many business holdings at any time. "We'll move to dismiss thi...

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  • Rosenstein Says He Won't Fire Special Counsel Unless There's Good Cause
Rosenstein Says He Won't Fire Special Counsel Unless There's Good Cause

House Speaker Paul Ryan, however, did say he would be "surprised" if Trump fired Mueller. It wasn't clear whether Ruddy, who speaks with the president often, was basing his remarks on a conversation he had had with Trump. Collins' question wasn't the only time the Mueller investigation came up during Rosenstein's hearing on Capitol Hill. "I can...

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  • Trump says travel ban ruling comes at 'dangerous time'
Trump says travel ban ruling comes at 'dangerous time'

Circuit Court of Appeals upheld the injunction secured against the immigration ban in March in a federal district court in Hawaii. 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 necessary...

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  • CNN Cuts Ties With Kathy Griffin Over Trump Severed Head Joke
CNN Cuts Ties With Kathy Griffin Over Trump Severed Head Joke

News anchor Cooper took to Twitter to voice his opinion on the debacle, saying he is "appalled" and the photo is "clearly disgusting". Kathy, 56, came under fire after posting the photograph, along with a 12-second video clip, enraging the USA president's own son, Donald Trump Jr.

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  • Microsoft Xbox One X: The Most Powerful Console Ever Made
Microsoft Xbox One X: The Most Powerful Console Ever Made

Forza Motorsport 7 content director John Wendl told us that there's a 30 percent surplus on the GPU, even when running the game at 4K resolution and 60 frames per second. I know a lot of people wanted us to call it "Scorpio" - Xbox One Scorpio, that's a hard one to get the trademark for. That's a whole $100 more than Sony's PlayStation 4 Pro.

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  • '100 per cent' willing to testify over James Comey conversations: Donald Trump
'100 per cent' willing to testify over James Comey conversations: Donald Trump

Following a meeting with Romanian President Klaus Iohannis at the White House , Trump told a press conference he would be "100-per-cent" willing to testify under oath to a special counsel about his conversations with Comey . "The president tweeted on Friday after I got fired that I better hope there's not tapes ". He, however, said that ...

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  • Tornadoes, hail hit eastern Wyoming; 1 injury reported
Tornadoes, hail hit eastern Wyoming; 1 injury reported

The NWS notice said a few severe thunderstorms may form across portions of the Front Range plains, with a dry line that will move northward, bringing the chance of precipitation into Northern Colorado. The storm additionally downed power lines, damaged a gas line as well as another four or five homes. There were reports of baseball-sized hail t...

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  • Senate Judiciary Committee seeks meeting with Robert Mueller
Senate Judiciary Committee seeks meeting with Robert Mueller

Mueller and former Federal Bureau of Investigation director James Comey worked closely for years in the George W. Bush administration, when Mueller was Federal Bureau of Investigation director and Comey was deputy attorney general. "Republicans are delusional if they think the special counsel is going to be fair", he wrote . "With respect to thi...

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  • Dennis Rodman Is Back In North Korea, 'Trying To Open A Door'
Dennis Rodman Is Back In North Korea, 'Trying To Open A Door'

U.S. tourism to North Korea is legal , but the U.S. State Department strongly advises against it. CBS News correspondent Seth Doane reported past year that Warmbier was in North Korea for a five-day visit and was detained at Pyongyang's airport ahead of a flight back to China.

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  • Melania Trump and son Barron move into the White House
Melania Trump and son Barron move into the White House

She's assembled a team of staff, including chief of staff Lindsay Reynolds, social secretary Rickie Niceta and communications director Stephanie Grisham, to help her formally roll out what will ultimately become her legacy as first lady . Already, she added the White House movie theater to the public tour. A suit similar to the one expected fr...

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  • Sandy Hook group dumps Megyn Kelly as event host
Sandy Hook group dumps Megyn Kelly as event host

Jones on Monday tweeted , "I'm calling for @megynkelly to cancel the airing of our interview for misrepresenting my views on Sandy Hook ". She might be using him for ratings, but he's getting the better end of the deal. "The other side of me believes those parents I've seen on TV, and real mass shootings happen, so it probably did happen". The ...

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  • Defense Lawyer Attacks Bill Cosby Accuser Andrea Constand for Alleged Inconsistencies
Defense Lawyer Attacks Bill Cosby Accuser Andrea Constand for Alleged Inconsistencies

Lawyers Angela Agrusa, Fortunato N. Perri, Jr. and Brian McMonagle (L-R) arrive ahead of their client Bill Cosby on the second day of his sexual assault trial at the Montgomery County Courthouse in Norristown , Pennsylvania, U.S. Joseph Miller, a workers' compensation lawyer, testified Tuesday he was taken aback when Johnson said she had bee...

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  • Sessions to face sharp questions on Russia contacts
Sessions to face sharp questions on Russia contacts

What was Comey referring to last week about Sessions? And there are troubling questions, like why Sessions was involved in firing FBI Director James Comey after recusing himself from the Russian Federation probe he was leading. On Saturday, he wrote the chairmen of both committees and said he was sending his deputy attorney general to testify...

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  • Trump travel ban dealt another blow as appeals court rules
Trump travel ban dealt another blow as appeals court rules

It was noted by Judge Watson that President Trump's statements and advisers provided the thought that his aim was to stop Muslims going into the country . The court went on to explain that the federal immigration law "requires that the President exercise his authority only after meeting the precondition of finding that entry of an alien or class...

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  • Secret Service doesn't have Trump tapes
Secret Service doesn't have Trump tapes

Flynn, the former national security adviser. After he fired his FBI Director, then he raised the possibility that he had tapes of his conversations with Comey (the White House still hasn't answered the question of if any tapes do exist.) On Sunday, Mr.

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  • New opposition to Trump's United Kingdom visit
New opposition to Trump's United Kingdom visit

As well as mocking Khan, Trump sought to turn the London attacks to domestic political advantage by renewing his call to ban travel from some Muslim-majority countries. Embassy in London, tweeted Sunday : "I commend the strong leadership of the @MayorofLondon as he leads the city forward after this heinous attack". She added that the suggest...

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  • Record-breaking heat hits Northeast; 97 degrees at airport
Record-breaking heat hits Northeast; 97 degrees at airport

The temperature was expected to rise to 93 degrees, inching past the old record of 92 degrees, set in 1988, the National Weather Service said . Central Park tied its previous record of 93 degrees, set in 1973. With the high temperatures, expect humidity, warned meteorologists. Tuesday will bring some relief, but not much, as temperatures reach...

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  • Kevin Durant, Stephen Curry lead Warriors to National Basketball Association title
Kevin Durant, Stephen Curry lead Warriors to National Basketball Association title

Durant has now scored 25 points or more in each of his first 10 finals games - a feat previously achieved only by Michael Jordan and Shaquille O'Neal. Brown doesn't seem like the vengeance type so he's probably just happy to win a title and couldn't care less about who it was against. The Cleveland Cavaliers have been saying they're a better te...

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  • Senate Intel Republican James Lankford Responds To Comey Testimony
Senate Intel Republican James Lankford Responds To Comey Testimony

He also said he did not ask Comey to drop the FBI investigation of former National Security Adviser Michael Flynn and possible ties to Russian Federation. Comey's almost three-hour testimony before the Senate Intelligence Committee was his first chance to speak in public about the meetings and conversations he had with Trump during t...

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  • Secret Service: We don't have any Trump White House tapes
Secret Service: We don't have any Trump White House tapes

The Justice Department said Monday that Sessions requested Tuesday's committee hearing be open because he "believes it is important for the American people to hear the truth directly from him". According to long-standing Justice Department guidelines, contact between the White House and the Federal Bureau of Investigation is supposed to be routed...

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