• 11-Year-Old Girl Electrocuted While Playing in NJ Lagoon
11-Year-Old Girl Electrocuted While Playing in NJ Lagoon

An 11-year-old girl who was playing in a lagoon with friends was electrocuted, police said Sunday. "She's too young. My heart goes out to her family", said Toms River resident Anthony Casella. The adults at the home began performing CPR on the girl before police and Toms River EMS arrived. The two other juvenile girls that accompanied her wer...

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  • HCSO: Mom charged with capital murder in daughter's death
HCSO: Mom charged with capital murder in daughter's death

The single mother of four has been denied bail and faces life in prison or the death penalty if convicted. Police say Lewis stabbed the girl multiple times in the chest and left her on the floor of the master bedroom, the station reports .

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  • Showers, thunderstorms to usher in the new week
Showers, thunderstorms to usher in the new week

A few heavy storms are possible on Monday as well, with the most likely impact being heavy rainfall. Today , expect a mix of sun and clouds, hot and humid, with scattered showers and storms in the afternoon. Mostly cloudy, with a low around 61. Winds could gust as high as 20 miles per hour. Thursday Night: A 50 percent chance of showers and ...

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  • London van incident 'potential terrorist attack'
London van incident 'potential terrorist attack'

May addressed the nation after an attacker drove a van into a crowd of people near a mosque last night, killing one person and injuring 10. Neil Basu , the senior national coordinator for counter-terrorism, said: "No matter what the motivation proves to be, and we are keeping an open mind, this is being treated as a terrorist attack an...

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  • Great Danes rescued from suspected puppy mill
Great Danes rescued from suspected puppy mill

Wolfeboro police said additional charges against Fay are likely. "We anticipate caring for them for several months". "The dogs were sliding on it". No one answered the intercom at the gated compound where the dogs were seized and a man entering the property wouldn't give his name but said Fay was not there.

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  • London mosque attack
London mosque attack "clearly" aimed at Muslims

One man was killed and eight people were taken to hospital after the suspected terror attack outside Muslim Welfare House shortly after 12:20am on Monday. Another man, who gave his name as Mohin, said his cousin was caught up in the incident. The man has since died, but it is unclear whether this is as a result of the attack, police have said.

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  • Mastermind behind Tehran twin attacks killed: Iranian Intelligence Ministry
Mastermind behind Tehran twin attacks killed: Iranian Intelligence Ministry

On Thursday, authorities said the assailants were Iranian nationals and they had arrested six suspects, including one woman, since the attacks . Back on Friday, Iran's Intelligence Minister Mahmoud Alavi said intelligence forces have identified the hideout in which the perpetrators of Tehran twin attacks had convened to plan their terroris...

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  • Utah town evacuated as fires spread across state
Utah town evacuated as fires spread across state

The wildfire is on the northeast side of the town of Brian Head. But the fire spread rapidly after it started on Saturday, fueled by the heavy timber in the remote town in southern Utah. A Brian Head town emergency notice said there was no estimate on when or how the fire would be contained. Firefighters from local, state and federal agencies are...

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  • Puerto Rico gov upholds statehood in vote hit by boycott
Puerto Rico gov upholds statehood in vote hit by boycott

The next step is for the U.S. Congress to decide-and Suarez isn't holding his breath, citing the ongoing gridlock on domestic issues. The status referendum is Puerto Rico's fifth since 1967. "It will be up to this new generation of Puerto Ricans to demand and claim in Washington the end of the current improper colonial relationship, and begin a...

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  • Russian diplomat condemns US for downing Syrian fighter jet
Russian diplomat condemns US for downing Syrian fighter jet

The incident comes at a time when the US-led coalition and the fighters its supporting on the ground are battling to oust so-called Islamic State (IS) from its Syrian stronghold of Raqqa. But Sunday was the first time an American jet destroyed an enemy aircraft in air-to-air combat since February 2009. The escalation comes as Syria's six-year...

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  • Louisville builds big lead, holds off Aggies for 8-4 CWS win
Louisville builds big lead, holds off Aggies for 8-4 CWS win

The Aggies rallied, though. The following day, A&M trailed 6-2 after seven innings but posted seven runs in the eighth and three in the ninth to punch its ticket to Nebraska. That in turn led to another one-out walk, and lo and behold the bases were loaded. Everybody was safe and a run scored. Cason Sherrod took the hill for A&M in the bottom of...

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  • Approaching cold front brings the chance for more storms Monday
Approaching cold front brings the chance for more storms Monday

During that time, residents may experience heavy wind gusts blowing up to 70 miles per hour and may see hail up to 1 1/2 inches wide. What time will it happen? The storms will clear out late in the evening and the weather should turn quiet overnight.

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  • Orioles Can't Wait To Leave Yankee Stadium After Nightmare Weekend
Orioles Can't Wait To Leave Yankee Stadium After Nightmare Weekend

Like what happened on Sunday. The biggest story in NY, and perhaps the entire league, is towering right fielder Aaron Judge and his MVP caliber performance through the first 60 games. He now has six home runs and 11 RBI against the Orioles on the year and is slugging over.900 against them. He and the Yankees have reiterated several times re...

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  • Brooks Koepka runs away with US Open
Brooks Koepka runs away with US Open

He said he was pulling for me and just hang in there. "I played really solid from the moment we got here on Monday all of the way through today". His confidence in the final round came, in part, from a short conversation the night before with Dustin Johnson, a friend who had been through his share of close calls and heartbreaks before final...

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  • Mueller probe now examining possible obstruction by Pres
Mueller probe now examining possible obstruction by Pres

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. Since then, lawmakers have raised questions about a possible third meeting at a Washington hotel, though the Justice Department has s...

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

Scott Applewhite, File). Members of both parties projected a sense of camaraderie, following Wednesday's tragic shooting that left House Majority Whip Steve Scalise , a Republican from Louisiana, fighting for his life. "Yes, he has additional operations he will need before he leaves the hospital". Capitol Police officers who were in Scalise's ...

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  • One dead, 10 injured after driver plows into crowd outside London mosque
One dead, 10 injured after driver plows into crowd outside London mosque

Police have said that there are now no other suspects. "Sadly, he has died". The Counter Terrorism Command has been deployed to investigate the incident with policing agreeing that it could be a terrorist attack . Cellphone video taken moments after the crash shows the chaos. The New York Times is reporting that the suspect is a 48-year-old ...

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  • Trump lawyer - President not under investigation in Russia probe
Trump lawyer - President not under investigation in Russia probe

Sekulow accidentally told Fox News Sunday host Chris Wallace that Trump 'was being investigated by the Department of Justice'. At the heart of Sunday's debate was a Friday morning tweet by Trump that made no mention of the Post story: "I am being investigated for firing the FBI Director by the man who told me to fire the FBI Director!" It inv...

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  • Supreme Court strikes down sex offender social media ban
Supreme Court strikes down sex offender social media ban

He pleaded guilty to taking indecent liberties with a child, was required to register as a sex offender, and under North Carolina law was barred from accessing social media - ostensibly to keep him from contacting a minor. Opponents had raised concerns that the measure could be interpreted as covering other online activity in which users must creat...

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  • Dems say they'll slow Senate work over secretive care bill
Dems say they'll slow Senate work over secretive care bill

In a new letter on Monday, they pointed to 31 room that senators could use in case Republicans decide to hold a hearing on their plan. Democrats, who solidly oppose the Republican effort but lack the votes to block it, are trying to capitalize on the secrecy and contrast it with the numerous committee meetings and votes that produced the 2010 s...

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  • 'March Against Sharia:' 3 Sides Protest at Roseville Intersection
'March Against Sharia:' 3 Sides Protest at Roseville Intersection

Harris Zafar, director of outreach for the Ahmadiyya Muslim Community in Portland, published an op-ed in the Huffington Post Friday arguing the movement is based on a gross misinterpretation of Sharia law . Although they tried to shout him down at times from disparaging Islam and Shariah law, he welcomed the rift of opinions. Maria Brazani say...

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  • Mueller Has 'Not Yet' Decided to Investigate Trump
Mueller Has 'Not Yet' Decided to Investigate Trump

Appearing on a series of morning news programs, attorney Jay Sekulow , chief counsel of the American Center for Law and Justice, said, "Let me be clear here, the president is not and has not been under investigation for obstruction". The lawyer also suggested Twitter s character limit may be partly to blame. " Sekulow added that the preside...

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  • Driver plows into crowd outside London mosque, injuring 10
Driver plows into crowd outside London mosque, injuring 10

A man arrested after a van ploughed into into a crowd of worshippers near a mosque in north London is now being held on suspicion of terrorism offenses, police say. In March, a man plowed a rented SUV into pedestrians on London's Westminster Bridge, killing four people before stabbing a police officer to death outside Parliament.

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  • Taliban attack kills five Afghan police, injures 18
Taliban attack kills five Afghan police, injures 18

Al Jazeera's Rob McBride, reporting from Afghanistan's capital, Kabul , said North Atlantic Treaty Organisation soldiers were training their Afghan counterparts at the base where the attack took place. Last week three USA soldiers were killed by an Afghan soldier in eastern Nangarhar province. North Atlantic Treaty Organisation command headqua...

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  • Two tropical storms could form as early as today
Two tropical storms could form as early as today

The storm will take on different names at it continues to develop and strengthen. A broad low pressure area centered near the east coast of the Yucatan Peninsula could form into a named storm Monday or Tuesday as it moves over the southern or central Gulf of Mexico.

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

As will all homicidal lunatics, James Hodgkinson gained posthumous fame after he opened fire on a baseball field full of Republicans Wednesday morning. The hospital noted that this will be their final update for the weekend. Scalise is still under sedation but Sava says he has responded to family members.

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  • Justices say law on offensive trademarks is unconstitutional
Justices say law on offensive trademarks is unconstitutional

The Slants went to court after being denied trademark registration for a name they chose as an act of "reappropriation" - adopting a term used by others to disparage Asian Americans and wearing it as a badge of pride. She said the nickname is a racist slur that never should have been trademarked in the first place. During oral argument in Janua...

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  • Donald Trump rakes in $300m from golf courses
Donald Trump rakes in $300m from golf courses

Those numbers increased to nearly $37.3 million and between $100,000 and $1 million respectively in the form released Friday, which was signed on June 14. Those top-line numbers were largely the same as he had reported in his previous filing, which included all of 2015 and part of 2016. The disclosure, released Friday by the Office of Governme...

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  • The real heroes in congressional baseball attack
The real heroes in congressional baseball attack

He told her he was going to Washington DC to "change the tax brackets" and "work on taxes", she said. James Hodgkinson was a regular editorial contributor to the Belleville News Democrat newspaper, complaining about taxes and urging higher taxes on the rich.

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  • Supreme Court holds up on redrawing WI districts
Supreme Court holds up on redrawing WI districts

Michigan's state Senate has 27 Republicans, 11 Democrats . A dozen Wisconsin Democratic Party voters filed suit in 2015 against state election officials over the redistricting, saying the Republican-backed plan divided Democratic voters in some areas and packed them in others in order to dilute their electoral clout and benefit Republican cand...

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  • Police on scene at Square One Mall
Police on scene at Square One Mall

SWAT teams are now hunting for the man inside the mall, with assistance from local cops and the Massachusetts State Police. The break-in at Dick's Sporting Goods occurred before normal business hours and employees had not reported to work.

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  • President Trump confirms he is being investigated over Comey firing
President Trump confirms he is being investigated over Comey firing

Earlier this week, the investigation led by special counsel Robert Mueller appeared to move closer to President Trump. But at the White House today, spokeswoman Sarah Huckabee Sanders acknowledged to reporters that Mueller had been at the White House - just the day before he was appointed as Special Counsel.

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  • Southern Baptists Repudiate Racism and White Supremacy after a Showdown
Southern Baptists Repudiate Racism and White Supremacy after a Showdown

The Southern Baptist Convention , the country's largest Protestant denomination, convened on Tuesday and Wednesday in Arizona for its annual meeting, during which church leaders discussed denominational issues, made budget decisions, and voted on resolutions outlining their theological and social stances on various issues.

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  • Castile protesters march in Minnesota city where acquitted officer worked
Castile protesters march in Minnesota city where acquitted officer worked

Paul, Minn., leaving a vigil at the state Capitol on Friday, June 16, 2017. It was the third day of protests in the Minneapolis-St. Motorist Philando Castile was fatally wounded by Jeronimo Yanez after he was stopped in his auto in Falcon Heights, St Paul, in 2016.

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  • UK Terror Attack: Van Targets Worshippers Leaving Prayers at North London Mosque
UK Terror Attack: Van Targets Worshippers Leaving Prayers at North London Mosque

Two of the injured are said to be in a serious condition. He was taken to hospital as a precaution, where he'll receive a mental health assessment, according to the statement . Both Warfa and Sulaman said there were three people originally in the van, and that two had run away. Hussain Ali, 28, told the Press Association, a British wire agency...

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