• Kansas City, Kansas police officer critical after shooting
Kansas City, Kansas police officer critical after shooting

He says more information will be released at a news conference Wednesday morning. "Obviously that's a lifetime of healing all by itself", said Unified Government Mayor Mark Holland. Police have one suspect in custody and are on the lookout for another. The death is the second for the department in two months. Det. Six K-9 officers also have bee...

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  • ACOG Addresses Obstetrical Services and Zika Transmission
ACOG Addresses Obstetrical Services and Zika Transmission

Health officials did not say where the area under investigation was. The Florida Health Department "is actively conducting an epidemiological investigation", a statement said, after the possible case emerged in Miami-Dade County. Florida health officials said Zika prevention kits and repellent will be available for pick up in Miami-Dade and distr...

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  • Colorado National Guard assists with Cold Springs fire response
Colorado National Guard assists with Cold Springs fire response

Authorities say the men left a poorly extinguished campfire, smoldering as hot, dry winds whipped down from mountain peaks, that sparked the fire Sunday, forcing evacuations of almost 2,000 people southwest of Boulder , the Post reported. A large fire is now burning northeast of the town of Nederland , Colorado, where Eldora Mountain Resort calls...

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  • In Baton Rouge, attack on police was 'diabolical'
In Baton Rouge, attack on police was 'diabolical'

Flags can't be lowered to honor three police officers killed Sunday in Baton Rouge, Louisiana, because they're already at half-staff following last week's deadly attack in Nice, France. Many people, pundits and investigators alike, are trying to enter the mind of the man who is identified as the shooter of three police officers in Baton Rouge, La ...

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  • Judge: Wisconsin residents who lack ID can vote in November
Judge: Wisconsin residents who lack ID can vote in November

The injunction marks another chapter in a long-running fight over Wisconsin's voter photo ID law. Even though most Wisconsin voters have or can get an ID, Adelman wrote, "A safety net is needed for those voters who cannot obtain qualifying ID with reasonable effort".

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  • VIEWER GUIDE: Trump hopes for a smoother convention 2nd day
VIEWER GUIDE: Trump hopes for a smoother convention 2nd day

Trump's campaign initially responded that Mrs. Trump's "immigrant experience and love for America shone through in her speech". It was a rare warm moment on a day when Republicans were focusing on what they see as threats to America under a Democratic White House - and when the party's infighting was on display in a clash between Trump's supporte...

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  • Baton Rouge shooter demonstrated high technical gun skills in slayings
Baton Rouge shooter demonstrated high technical gun skills in slayings

The carnage came to an abrupt end less than 10 minutes after it began when Long himself was shot dead by a police marksman, firing from a position about 100 yards away. Officials confirm that officers shot and killed a suspect. Authorities believe that Long meant to finish off the two wounded deputies, get in his auto, and then slaughter more cop...

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  • Licenses of 21000 Turkish teachers have been revoked: ministry official
Licenses of 21000 Turkish teachers have been revoked: ministry official

Among the deans , 1,176 are from state universities while 401 deans work at private foundation universities, Anadolu said. The coup attempt was suppressed by early Saturday. It comes after Turkish Prime Minister Binali Yildirim vowed to take action against Mr Gulen's supporters. Thousands of soldiers, police and officials have been detained...

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  • Clinton: First Day of Republican Convention 'Surreal'
Clinton: First Day of Republican Convention 'Surreal'

She added that viewers heard a lot about her and Trump but "not a single solution" that would help workers and their families. In an interview with the Orlando Sentinel in June, Clinton suggested that she would visit the city at some point to pay respects to Pulse nightclub shooting victims and first responders.

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  • Sanchez 'disappointed' with Obama endorsement of Harris
Sanchez 'disappointed' with Obama endorsement of Harris

Senate in November", she stated in a news release. In a statement , the president called Harris "a lifelong courtroom prosecutor with only one client: the people of the state of California". California has a "jungle" primary system, in which the top-two vote getters in the race advance to the general election regardless of their party affiliatio...

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  • Prominent Black Lives Matter activist was one of several people arrested Saturday
Prominent Black Lives Matter activist was one of several people arrested Saturday

He earned a living selling CDs outside the store. But we can't let slain names on a list become just names, we must remember each individual's legacy in order to demand that black lives do matter. But McMillon resisted those claims Friday, saying she didn't know Sterling to carry a gun and doesn't believe he had one with him the night he was shot...

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  • The CDC May Have Found A New Method Of Zika Transmission
The CDC May Have Found A New Method Of Zika Transmission

Amesh Adalja, a spokesman for the Infectious Diseases Society of America. The first case of Zika virus in a pregnant woman has been reported in West Virginia. Lab tests showed he had extremely high amounts of the virus in his blood - 100,000 times higher than that seen in other Zika samples, according to a CDC news release.

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  • Showtime series to follow Seminoles during 2016 season
Showtime series to follow Seminoles during 2016 season

Some exciting news for Florida State football fans. Notre Dame was the featured team on last year's A Season With . Central (10 p.m. Eastern) Sept. It's interesting to hear Fisher say such a thing since the head coach has preached about avoiding distractions during his first six seasons in Tallahassee.

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  • Johnson changes mind, will speak at GOP national convention
Johnson changes mind, will speak at GOP national convention

Johnson said for weeks he would stay home in Wisconsin to campaign instead of attending the convention, but a speaking schedule released Sunday showed he has a prime-time speaking slot Tuesday evening. Priebus is to talk on the final night of the convention Thursday. The bill Johnson's referring to is the Patriot Act, which passed in 2001 in the wa...

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  • Beijing anger after South China Sea tribunal
Beijing anger after South China Sea tribunal

The commissioning ceremony for the new 052D Yinchuan destroyer was held at a naval port in Sanya in the Hainan province, which is located on an island that is the nation's southernmost point. Kuala Lumpur: Malaysia believes the territorial dispute in the South China Sea can be peacefully resolved through diplomatic and legal processes.

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  • Turkey fires 24000 teachers, police in coup plotters hunt
Turkey fires 24000 teachers, police in coup plotters hunt

But the plea for restraint likely will fall on deaf ears, as Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan presses ahead with a sweeping purge of Turkey's government, military, security services, and universities in the aftermath of last week's putsch.

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  • Apparent Norovirus Strikes California Delegates At GOP Convention
Apparent Norovirus Strikes California Delegates At GOP Convention

The delegation is staying in Sandusky some 60 miles west of Cleveland, where the GOP convention continues through Thursday. Hand sanitizer stations have been added, and delegates have been advised on precautions to avoid illness. Republican delegations from other states have not reported any norovirus infections. But who knew a political conventi...

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  • Highest Ranking Officer Charged in Freddie Gray Case Aquitted
Highest Ranking Officer Charged in Freddie Gray Case Aquitted

Rice, as the highest-ranking officer at the scene, should have at least directed a subordinate officer to secure Gray with a seat belt. "The state failed to show that the defendant, even if he was aware of the risk, consciously disregarded that risk", the judge said .

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  • ACLU sues Kansas over voting rule for state, local races
ACLU sues Kansas over voting rule for state, local races

The class-action lawsuit filed Tuesday in Shawnee County District Court comes a week after a state board approved the temporary measure. Arizona does not require additional citizenship papers from people registering at motor vehicle offices.

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  • Melania Trump:
Melania Trump: "My husband is ready to lead this great nation"

Opponents of the rules package were backed by Ted Cruz allies including Virginia's Ken Cuccinelli and Utah Sen. His campaign and outside groups backing him have labeled Portman "the best senator for China" and called Portman's skepticism on trade agreements on the campaign trail "an election year conversion".

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