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Staff Member Of US Rep. Roger Williams Shot At Congressional Baseball Practice

Williams said the Republican team "practices every day from 6 to 8 a.m." and applauded the decision not to cancel the upcoming game, despite the shooting, saying a violent act should not disrupt tradition. In a tweet, Tim Walz said "My prayers go out to the victims of the congressional baseball practice shooting. I held him and he held me", Williams said. Read More »

Attorney General Sessions' Testimony To Senate Panel Will Be Public

The Senate Intelligence Committee will get its chance Tuesday to hear from Attorney General Jeff Sessions under oath. The White House has rejected any collusion with Russian Federation, which has denied meddling in the U.S. On Saturday, he wrote the chairmen of both committees and said he was sending his deputy attorney general to testify in his place. "Lordy, I hope there are tapes", Comey said. Read More »

'March Against Sharia' Planned Across The US

The American Congress for Truth for America has planned a rally from 11 3 Stevens Creek Boulevard and Winchester Avenue, on the border with San Jose. ACT's Facebook page for the march contains racist and violent content directed toward Islam and Muslims, the center said. I would say we agree on more than you think. Read More »

Russians Charged With Racketeering (And Selling 10000 Pounds Of Stolen Chocolate)


The FBI's Eurasian Organized Crime Task Force in NY arrested 25 of the men, the feds said, while seven remained at large. The other seven members are reportedly still at large. The suspects were part of criminal activities such as illegal gambling businesses, credit card fraud and selling stolen goods. It's also noteworthy that one of the group's biggest charges involved computer hacking-"Using computers is second nature to many of these groups", Mark Galeotti, a Russian crime specialist at ... Read More »

Powerball jackpot grows to 8th-highest in history


During the past year, theLotter has helped create Powerball millionaires in Canada and El Salvador, and even one huge victor in Australia! is the world's premier lottery ticket messenger service - it enables people to order official lottery tickets from around the world and doesn't charge commission on wins. Read More »

Hawaii enacts law to align goals with Paris climate accord


So while the We Are Still In coalition may not be able to join the Paris deal, the United Nations will welcome the group to the table. There is simply no valid, evidence-based argument for President Trump's disastrous decision to exit the Paris Agreement . Read More »

Highlands mother defends decision allowing snake to bite baby


She said the snake bit her and her son several times and "didn't leave a mark". ABC confirmed that the Highland County Sheriff's office was investigating the incident, but no charges have been filed. The snake in question was a tiny red ratsnake, a non-venomous snake that can grow up to six feet long, according to ABC News . The mother's name was not released because she has not been charged with a crime, authorities said. Read More »

Social media rushes to define Trump's 'covfefe' tweet

Dubke's job was to work behind-the-scenes managing the White House communications strategy and responses to crises, such as the firing of FBI director James B. It is expected that he will return there now the White House Communications Director. During a press briefing today, White House Press Secretary Sean Spicer said that a small group of people understand what President Donald Trump meant when he posted a odd, incomplete tweet shortly after midnight. Read More »

Graham Rahal takes pole, track record at Detroit Grand Prix


Rahal led for 55 of the 70 laps in Detroit to earn the fifth win of his career. James Hinchcliffe finished third, Josef Newgarden placed fourth and Alexander Rossi finished out the top five for the race. "I didn't think he had anything for us as long as we had clear traffic", Rahal said. "But she seems to be OK". It is the sixth pole position of Sato's eight-year IndyCar Series career and first since he was fastest in qualifying for the second Belle Isle race three years ago. Read More »

Anti-Trump March for Truth Protests Sweep US Cities


Supporters of President Donald Trump and his policies demonstrate during a "Pittsburgh Not Paris" rally in Lafayette Square in Washington, D.C., on June 3, 2017 . Supporters said their voices are no less important. "It has to be a transparent investigation because the people need to know the truth", political activist Linda Sarsour said. Read More »

Proposed Budget Cuts Hang Over Enterprise Florida Meeting


House Speaker Richard Corcoran continued his campaign against what he terms corporate welfare-again leading the charge to refuse incentive funding and this year adding cuts to the operational side, too. While VISIT FLORIDA's funding would increase under the new deal, the agency also would face tough transparency standards for its contracts, including legislative oversight for deals worth $750,000 or more . Read More »

Man arrested in theft of Portland train victim's ring


It's unclear whether the backpack in the man's left hand belongs to him, police said . Detectives also recovered Best's backpack, but some items were missing , including a wallet with phone numbers of some of Best's long-time friends. He was wearing a black T-shirt with an image of Marilyn Monroe and an American flag. According to the O , the suspect's name is George Tschaggeny , who has a criminal record of stealing a auto in February, and apparently lives in a homeless encampment ... Read More »

Dashcam video released from Tiger Woods' DUI arrest

The video also shows the field sobriety test which shows Woods wobbling and stumbling. He was administered two Breathalyzer tests and his alcohol level was recorded at 0 on both. At one point, Woods asks police to remind him what he was doing. Woods admitted both in a public statement and to police to being under the influence of a cocktail of prescription medicines, including painkiller Vicodin and a sleeping aid. Read More »

Two Republican Senators Temper Expectations On Completely Scrapping Health Law


Lowering expectations, Iowa's two Republican senators say the long-promised repeal of "Obamacare" is unlikely, and any final agreement with the Republican-controlled House is uncertain. Traditionally, senators are allowed to filibuster to stall a bill that is short of the 60 votes needed to pass legislation. "He wants to see things move through the House and the Senate, especially when you've got a majority of support, and people to stop playing games". Read More »

Basebrawl! Harper, Strickland punch away, Nats-Giants fight


This was the first time they'd faced each other since then. "I learned I just need to control my emotions". "So mostly go inside, and obviously I got it in a little too far". It wasn't like it happened yesterday, it wasn't like it happened in the last postseason. "I mean, it's just, you've got to protect yourself and stand your own ground, you know?" "A guy's out there, [throwing] a lethal weapon". Read More »

The Look Back: What happened during the 85th legislative session


Greg Abbott decides to call lawmakers back to pass the Safety Net Bill. "The fix the House sent us doesn't work", he added."The only way to fix this is with a special session". Only the Governor can call a special session and lawmakers are only allowed to take up the issues that the Governor sets. Chances of a special session increased dramatically over the weekend when "sunset" legislation died. Read More »

Arkansas will host regional


The Southern Miss baseball team will host an NCAA regional at Pete Taylor Park for the first time since 2003. The other three teams that will make their way to Lexington will be announced at noon Monday during the NCAA Baseball Championship Selection Show on ESPN2. Read More »

Sessions pushes for harshest charges possible in drug cases

Reactions from criminal-justice reform circles have been unanimous, from lawmakers and law enforcement leaders to advocacy groups and criminologists. Pre-Meditative Moves in Favor of Private PrisonsPrison overcrowding is to be expected under Sessions' role as Attorney General. "Instead, we should treat our nation's drug epidemic as a health crisis and less as a "lock "em up and throw away the key" problem". Read More »