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Will GOP Care About Gun Control Now That Their Own Was Targeted?

Will GOP Care About Gun Control Now That Their Own Was Targeted?

Also, just because a person carries a gun does not mean he or she will use it responsibly. McAuliffe's comments drew fire immediately from Katie Pavlich, a Fox News contributor. "He said, 'Okay, tha...

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Austin Celebrates End Of Slavery In Texas With Juneteenth Parade

Austin Celebrates End Of Slavery In Texas With Juneteenth Parade

This was Cleveland's first celebration of a significant date in African/American history. Juneteenth is a worldwide celebration commemorating the ending of slavery in the United States. "As a nation...

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Trump under fire from AG's over business ties

In a recent response to an earlier lawsuit , Trump's Justice Department argues that the emoluments clauses don't apply to the president's businesses. The lawsuit alleges that Mr Trump has vio...

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Trump Administration Rips Leaks Surrounding Mueller Probe

Trump Administration Rips Leaks Surrounding Mueller Probe

The FBI and Congress are both looking at whether Trump campaign officials colluded with the alleged Kremlin plot. The official demanded anonymity because the official was not authorized to be named...

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Doctors: Scalise arrived at hospital in 'imminent risk of death'

Scalise remains in critical condition after he was gunned down at a congressional baseball practice Wednesday morning. Vice President Mike Pence said Thursday, "We're especially grateful to the fear...

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Donald Trump confirms he's under investigation

Roy Blunt, vice-chairman of the Senate Republican Conference, said Friday that President Donald Trump should to stop discussing investigations into Russian Federation interference in the 2016 electi...

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Gun debate under Trump tested by congressman's shooting

Gun debate under Trump tested by congressman's shooting

I have long advocated - this is not what today is about - but there are too many guns on the street. "On a rare occasion I'd have my gun in a glove box or something, but it's going to be in my poc...

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Trump May Be Laying Groundwork to Fire Mueller — WashPost

Trump May Be Laying Groundwork to Fire Mueller — WashPost

But some outlets pointed out the statement was released after both The Washington Post and The New York Times reported Special Counsel Robert Mueller is investigating President Donald Trump...

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'Americans should be skeptical about anonymous allegations,' says Rod Rosenstein

U.S. Attorney for the District of Maryland Rod J. Rosenstein speaks at a news conference in Baltimore, Wednesday, March 1, 2017, to announce that seven Baltimore police officers who worked on a firear...

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Deputy Attorney General: Donald Trump can't fire special counsel Robert Mueller

Under questioning from Sen. Asked what he would do if the president ordered him to fire Mueller, Rosenstein said, "I'm not going to follow any orders unless I believe those are lawful and appropriat...

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Gunman in congressional baseball shooting had list of names in his pocket

Gunman in congressional baseball shooting had list of names in his pocket

The victims of the shooting , while some are in critical condition, are all expected to survive. "An excellent recovery is a good possibility". The bullet hit Scalise in the left hip, then traveled...

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CNN files lawsuit seeking access to Trump-Comey conversations

Trump blasted Mueller on Twitter on Thursday, saying the Russian Federation probe was being "led by some very bad and conflicted people", apparently referring to the special counsel. The financial dea...

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Trump confirms he is under investigation in Russian Federation inquiry

Trump's young presidency has been battered by allegations - under investigation both by Congress and the FBI - that Russian Federation interfered to sway the November election in his favour. Trump h...

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US Open leaderboard crowded at the top

But I don't let it bother me. So I really could have been through there with just one bogey. Definitely inspiring in a way to see him get off to a good start and kind of motivating to want to get myse...

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Girl Who Helped Her Boyfriend Kill Himself Through Texts Convicted of Manslaughter

The younger Roy was found dead in his pickup truck on July 13, 2014, after poisoning himself with carbon monoxide . Carter opted against a jury trial, leaving her fate in the hands of Bristol C...

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Alexandria gunman carried list of names of members of Congress

She says she didn't know a lot about what her husband, 66-year-old James Hodgkinson , did between January and March because she was busy with her job at a tax firm. Zack Barth, a lobbyist for U.S. Re...

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Essay: Before Senate Republicans repeal Obamacare they must answer these questions

In an attempt to avoid the heavy backlash and ensure disagreements in the conference don't spill out into plain - as was the case in the House GOP's fight over the American Health Care Act - the R...

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Scalise on the mend, now in 'serious' condition

Rep. Scalise was shot during baseball practice with the GOP team early Wednesday morning after a man approached the field and opened fire. The bullet entered his left hip and tore through his pelv...

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Rep. Steve Scalise's Condition Upgraded to 'Serious'

As congressional Republicans and Democrats joined Thursday night in their annual baseball game, played this year in Scalise's honor, word came from the hospital that he remained in critical condit...

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Cuba rejects new USA policy, calls it 'archaic'

Cuba rejects new USA policy, calls it 'archaic'

Once implemented Trump's policy is expected to curtail U.S.travel by creating a maze of rules for Americans to obey. At the same time, he said that the USA embassy in Havana would remain open. Yet...

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Trump longtime pal says he may fire special counsel Robert Mueller

Trump longtime pal says he may fire special counsel Robert Mueller

Rosenstein said he was also unaware of any "secret plan" to get rid of Mueller. And so that's what I would do - if there were good cause, I would consider it. In an interview with PBS Newshour , ...

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Escaped Georgia convicts who allegedly killed two guards captured in Tennessee

Deputies soon spotted the auto and began a 20-mile (32 kilometer) high-speed chase down Interstate 24 southeast of Nashville, Tennessee Highway Patrol spokesman Lt. That's when the escaped inmate...

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Lehigh commits to upholding Paris climate agreement

Lehigh commits to upholding Paris climate agreement

President Donald Trump announced that the US would withdraw from that accord last week. "The Trump administration's announcement undermines a key pillar in the fight against climate change and dama...

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Bill Cosby sex case jury to resume deliberations

Bill Cosby sex case jury to resume deliberations

He cited Cosby's admission that he went to his own bedroom on the night of the alleged assault at his suburban Philadelphia estate, leaving Constand alone on a couch. He urged the jury to reject t...

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U.S. grocery stocks fall as Amazon becomes more powerful

The grocery and supermarket industry in the United States is huge, with $12.2 billion in profit, but growing slowly, at a measured 1 percent pace, according to retail analyst IBIS World. Amazon clo...

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US congressman's condition improves but still critical after shooting

Medstar Washington Hospital Centre released the update on behalf of the Scalise family. Mr Scalise had been at "imminent risk of death" when he was first brought into the hospital on Wednesday, an...

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Seven US navy crew missing after collision

Seven US navy crew missing after collision

A US destroyer returned to port on Saturday after a collision with a Philippines-flagged cargo ship off the coast of Japan badly damaged the vessel and left seven sailors missing. He was evacuated b...

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England ODI team not 'finished article' yet, says Joe Root

On a Cardiff ground where they chased more than 300 to beat England in an one-day worldwide a year ago, Pakistan completed Wednesday's pursuit with a mammoth 77 balls to spare when Mohammad Haf...

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Cuba Denounces Trump Move To Roll Back Obama-Era Opening

Cuba Denounces Trump Move To Roll Back Obama-Era Opening

In essence, Mr. Trump's announcement on Friday allowed him to claim fulfillment of a campaign promise, while leaving a vast portion of the Obama policies intact. Under the expected changes, the USA wi...

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Senate votes to strengthen sanctions on both Russian Federation and Iran

Senate votes to strengthen sanctions on both Russian Federation and Iran

The US Congress has been empowered to block any efforts by President Donald Trump to scale back sanctions against Russian Federation. It also establishes new sanctions against those conducting cyber...

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Omaha Takes Extra Measures to Protect Fans During CWS

There's a lot of down time in Omaha, especially for teams that stay in the winners' brackets, so it helps to trust players to spend their down time how they like but still prepare themselves to pl...

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United States congressman Scalise still in critical condition - hospital

MedStar Washington Hospital Center officials say Congressman Steve Scalise's condition has been upgraded from critical to serious, and he continues to show improvements. Griner is still hospitalized...

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Michelle Carter found guilty of involuntary manslaughter

Carter was indicted in 2015 and appealed, taking the case to the state's Supreme Court. He was found dead in his truck July 2014 in a MA K-Mart parking lot. "Her behavior was so morally reprehensib...

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Trump's friend Christopher Ruddy says President considering firing Mueller

Trump's friend Christopher Ruddy says President considering firing Mueller

What happens if Trump actually fires Mueller? That decision would fall to Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein , who testified Tuesday in a Senate budget hearing that he would only fire Mueller ...

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"Cuba's regime is brutal", Donald Trump closes Obama's opening

Hard-line exiles agreed with Trump's move to roll back some of the changes by restricting commerce with entities linked to Cuba's military, restoring tougher travel rules and other moves in hopes ...

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