• Officials Say Dallas Shooter Had Bigger Plans
Officials Say Dallas Shooter Had Bigger Plans

The shootings just a few blocks from where President John F. Kennedy was slain in 1963 marked the deadliest day for USA law enforcement since the September 11, 2001, terrorist attacks. Paul suburb has sparked days of protests in Minnesota and cities around the United States, intensified by a video of the bloody aftermath Castile's girlfriend Diamon...

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  • New details emerge on Dallas shooting, investigation
New details emerge on Dallas shooting, investigation

What he did hate was "injustice", Delphine Johnson said, speaking exclusively to The Blaze . Yet she said, "The military was not what Micah thought it would be". Investigators are examining more than 170 hours of body-cam and other surveillance video - as well as reviewing 300 statements from witnesses - as part of the investigation.

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  • Inspired or directed by militant groups?
Inspired or directed by militant groups?

Mr Johnson was killed by a robot bomb during a stand-off with 13 police officers. The parents of Dallas gunman Micah Xavier Johnson have spoken out for the first time since their son's attack on police Thursday night. Johnson's family said he never showed any outward sign of hatred towards white people or other social groups. "It ended up being...

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  • South Sudan VP Riek Machar also calls his forces to cease fire
South Sudan VP Riek Machar also calls his forces to cease fire

A United Nations peacekeeping mission had more than 13,000 troops and police in South Sudan as of the end of March, but the force has come under criticism for hesitating to protect civilians, with deadly results. bases, a World Food Program compound and other areas, said U.N. Office for the Coordination of Humanitarian Affairs spokeswoman Matilda M...

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  • Two Bailiffs and Gunman Killed in Berrien County, Michigan Courthouse
Two Bailiffs and Gunman Killed in Berrien County, Michigan Courthouse

Cops said the scene was secure at about 3:30 p.m., though they have not lifted the lockdown order at the court. Michigan Governor Rick Snyder has sent two tweets following the shooting; the first confirming the courthouse had been secured by Michigan State Police and the second asking for prayers.

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  • Superbug precursor found in US again
Superbug precursor found in US again

On Monday, researchers confirmed preliminary findings that E. coli carrying the same mcr-1 gene were found in a stored bacterial sample of a NY patient who had been treated for an infection past year, as well as in patient samples from nine other countries.

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  • Tom Hiddleston brushes off Taylor Swift questions
Tom Hiddleston brushes off Taylor Swift questions

Not too long ago, Taylor Swift said she thinks Tom could be "the one." He then set off for an hourlong run, but Webb had another Taylor Swift-related query for the Avengers star upon his return: "What are you and your girlfriend looking forward to doing on the Gold Coast?" Looks like Taylor Swift and Tom Hiddleston are all about the...

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  • Bryan Coquard Devastated as Marcel Kittel Takes Tour stage
Bryan Coquard Devastated as Marcel Kittel Takes Tour stage

But following Tuesday's fourth stage won by Marcel Kittel, Froome, 31, said he had no choice, even claiming he'd rather not be near the front. "It's exciting to get into this phase of the race". Baldy. Ritchie has had some bad luck latley in the majors with mechanicals and also seems to be left high and dry to often with no support vehicles or te...

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  • Malcolm Turnbull 'Takes Full Responsibility' For Coalition's Election Nightmare
Malcolm Turnbull 'Takes Full Responsibility' For Coalition's Election Nightmare

That distrust included the Coalition when it came to Labor's Medicare claims, despite repeated promises and denials from the government. "I want to make it quite clear that as Prime Minister and leader of the Liberal Party I take full responsibility for our campaign, absolutely full responsibility for the campaign", he said.

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  • Do your part to protect against West Nile virus
Do your part to protect against West Nile virus

There is no elevated risk level or risk level change associated with this finding, state officials said . The district said in a news release that while the risk of human infection remains low, county residents are asked to report fresh carcasses of birds or tree squirrels to the California West Nile Virus Hotline at www.westnile.ca.gov or by ph...

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  • Police Shootings Of Black Men Aren't Special. And That's What's So Sad
Police Shootings Of Black Men Aren't Special. And That's What's So Sad

WAFB Assistant News Director Chris Slaughter was among the journalists arrested. Mr Edwards said hundreds have marched around the city, with only one injury to an officer and mostly misdemeanour arrests. Don Coppola, Baton Rouge Police Department. Protests against police violence toward black men have continued in Chicago for a third conse...

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  • 'Outlander' Season 2 Finale Review: A Fitting End
'Outlander' Season 2 Finale Review: A Fitting End

This is nothing new for those who have read Dragonfly in Amber, but executive producer Ron D. Moore told us they did have to "rearrange some of the puzzle pieces". Another crucial element of the episode that may have a huge bearing on the next season is Claire's now grown-up daughter. Additionally, they all see Gellis, who has sacrificed her husban...

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  • Korea reports 6th confirmed case of Zika virus
Korea reports 6th confirmed case of Zika virus

The Snohomish County case is a man in his 30s whose infection was confirmed by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention , health officials said Thursday. The latest reports show almost 350 cases in the state - all from people who have travelled to where the virus is prevalent. He had recently traveled to the Caribbean, one of the areas known...

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  • Exercise improves memory in breast cancer survivors
Exercise improves memory in breast cancer survivors

Medical reports show up that breast cancer survivors often complain about memory problems as well as emotional stress. Support for ongoing research in this area represents NCI's continued commitment to fund a comprehensive portfolio of research aimed at reducing cancer risk, incidence, and mortality, as well as improving quality of life for cance...

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  • Froome in yellow but kept in check by Quintana
Froome in yellow but kept in check by Quintana

Part of an early breakaway, Dumoulin attacked with 12 kilometers remaining in the 184.5-kilometer (115-mile) leg from Vielha d'Aran, Spain, to Arcalis in the principality of Andorra. This is while, due to time bonuses on the line for the 1st Three, the defending champion now leads Rodriguez and Britain's Adam Yates by 16 seconds.

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  • Interstate 94 reopened following protest
Interstate 94 reopened following protest

The arrests grew out of a demonstration by hundreds that blocked both directions of I-94 that started late Saturday near the Lexington Avenue exit and lasted several hours until police broke up the gathering. Following the killings of five police officers in Dallas, President Obama today defended the protests, led mainly by the "Black Lives Matter"...

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  • Murray's return takes on Raonic's serve in Wimbledon final
Murray's return takes on Raonic's serve in Wimbledon final

The 34-year-old lost for the first time in the semi-finals of the Grand Slam event, vanquished by Milos Raonic 3-6, 7-6, 6-4, 5-7, 3-6. "I feel like my best tennis is ahead of me and I've got an opportunity to win more", said Murray , who was making his 11th major final appearance.

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  • Gotta
Gotta "GO" Catch 'Em All, Winnipeggers Excited About New Mobile Game

Lee's Summit police said they're also concerned about people playing it on the street and other public places after dark. In New Zealand, the game is now the country's most popular sport according to search data from Google. "I was walking and I wasn't paying as much attention as I should've been", said Paul Morris. "You just have to keep follo...

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  • On the OUTLANDER Finale, Claire's Life Took Another Dramatic Turn
On the OUTLANDER Finale, Claire's Life Took Another Dramatic Turn

Claire has no hesitation about going back through the stones, but that doesn't mean Brianna and Roger are itching to go back in time 200 years. Jamie and Claire's last ditch effort to thwart the rebellion fails when Dougal hears the plan to murder Charles Stuart.

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  • Injured Ronaldo was 'tremendous' from bench, says Portugal coach
Injured Ronaldo was 'tremendous' from bench, says Portugal coach

France, the firm favourites, were unable to capitalise on Ronaldo's absence, although they nearly won it at the end of normal time when substitute Andre-Pierre Gignac turned and hit the inside of the post . "Always he helped a lot our teammates, he always had a lot of motivational words and all the team of course reacted to them, so it was very go...

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