• Hillary Clinton says Bill, Lynch talk was simply 'chance meeting'
Hillary Clinton says Bill, Lynch talk was simply 'chance meeting'

The FBI questioned Democratic Party candidate for president, Hillary Clinton, over controversial email server she held while she was Secretary of State. Bill Clinton . (James Keivom/New York Daily News) U.S. Attorney General Loretta Lynch. Trump had reacted to the meeting by saying it smelled of a conspiracy.

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  • NASA video captures Jupiter and its Galileon moons from spacecraft Juno
NASA video captures Jupiter and its Galileon moons from spacecraft Juno

The expedition is the product of five years of travel time, and the probe will reach within 3,100 miles of the Jupiter's cloud tops, CNET reports. Juno chief scientist Scott Bolton said at a morning briefing that the spacecraft is expected to survive rings of debris and a hostile radiation environment because it's "built like an armored t...

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  • Judge to sentence former Alabama House speaker ethics case
Judge to sentence former Alabama House speaker ethics case

Each count carried a maximum two- to 20-year sentence and a $30,000 fine. Count 12 - 10 years. Most of the sentences were set to run concurrently, but two two-year sentences would run consecutively. Unlike violent criminals, white collar criminals "know when people are watching". "Public officials are watching this case, and the public is watch...

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  • Neurosurgeon testifies at Baltimore officer's trial
Neurosurgeon testifies at Baltimore officer's trial

At issue in Rice's case-and in each of the trials thus far-was the failure to properly secure Gray in the back of the police transport van while in custody. "He knew and ignored it". The officers face charges including involuntary manslaughter. Officers' training has been a key component of the Baltimore state's attorney's office's case against...

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  • Mark Zuckerberg on 'heartbreaking' police shooting footage
Mark Zuckerberg on 'heartbreaking' police shooting footage

The first gun-control laws were passed to keep weapons out of the hands of black slaves and freedmen in colonial days, said Nicholas J. Johnson, a Fordham University law professor and author of "Negroes and The Gun: The Black Tradition of Arms".

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  • Trump, RNC Raised $51 Million in June
Trump, RNC Raised $51 Million in June

Republican Donald Trump and the Republican National Committee collected $ 51 million to support his White House candidacy and the party last month - a substantial surge from his anemic fundraising in May but still short of the huge sums his Democratic rival collected in June.

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  • The Gov. Christie Cellphone Mystery Ends: His Lawyer Has It
The Gov. Christie Cellphone Mystery Ends: His Lawyer Has It

The former allies, Bill Baroni and Bridget Kelley, claim the Gibson, Dunn and Crutcher law firm didn't produce relevant documents as required by a government subpoena. Prosecutors said they never had the phone. Baldassare said he came across the account when documents he obtained through discovery showed an email Christie sent to David Samson, th...

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  • Candidates Cancel Events After Police Deaths
Candidates Cancel Events After Police Deaths

Trump, who has often been criticized for the divisive rhetoric he employs on the campaign trail said Friday that "our nation has become too divided". Their deaths have sparked protests across the country. President Barack Obama delivered two statements from Warsaw, Poland. The following day, Castile was fatally shot in a auto by a Minnesota offic...

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  • Trial begins for Baltimore officer charged in arrestee death
Trial begins for Baltimore officer charged in arrestee death

Schatzow said Rice knew the police department's rules required him to secure Gray with a seat belt in the back of the police van to ensure his safety. Gray's death was a tragic, freak accident that no one could have foreseen", Defense Attorney Chaz R. Ball said. Rice has elected for a bench trial, leaving his legal fate in Williams' hands rather ...

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  • Your guide to Jackson area Fourth of July celebrations
Your guide to Jackson area Fourth of July celebrations

Let's take a look at four places you can celebrate Fourth of July on Monday! COLORADO SPRINGS - The Colorado Springs Philharmonic will have its annual July 4th Concert/Summer Symphony at Memorial Park. The fireworks begin at 9:30 p.m.at Lan-Oak Park, 180th and Oakley Avenue. On Sunday, a fireworks show will start at First Tennessee Park f...

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  • Obama condemns Dallas attack as despicable
Obama condemns Dallas attack as despicable

The president, speaking yet again about a mass murder involving firearms, stressed that "we don't know all the facts" surrounding the suspects or the attack, but he said they had "twisted motivations". Obama met Friday with NATO Secretary-General Jens Stoltenberg to review the agenda before visiting with the summit's host, Polish President Andrzej ...

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  • Kasich not sure if he'll go into GOP convention in Cleveland
Kasich not sure if he'll go into GOP convention in Cleveland

City officials have insisted police are ready to meet the security needs of the massive event, which is expected to draw up to 50,000 people, but the police union continues to raise concerns that officers aren't fully prepared and equipped for the challenges they might face.

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  • Promising 'Secret Life of Pets' ends up getting a little too lost
Promising 'Secret Life of Pets' ends up getting a little too lost

Max decides he needs to get rid of this interloper, but Duke has no plans to return to the pound from which he came. In one Manhattan apartment building, they congregate in the home of a terrier named Max (C.K.). This results in some random story tangents that aren't there to do more than add a few jokes and pad the runtime. The movie would have ...

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  • CNN Fingers Legal Gun Owners After Dallas Cop Shooting
CNN Fingers Legal Gun Owners After Dallas Cop Shooting

The suspect told officers that he was upset about the Black Lives Matter movement and wanted to "kill white people", especially white officers, Brown told reporters Friday. After all, if hackers can crack the code on a Roomba to make it sing, paint, and offer Wi-Fi, who's to say hackers can't easily access tactical robots as well? Conversely, killi...

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  • State Department reopens Clinton investigation
State Department reopens Clinton investigation

Despite her lies to the contrary, Clinton had to know some of it was indeed top-secret stuff and, said Comey, she had to know something else - that the sloppy system she was using was "no place" for the communications in which she was engaged.

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  • Obama: US to Maintain 8400 Troops in Afghanistan into Next Year
Obama: US to Maintain 8400 Troops in Afghanistan into Next Year

Arizona Sen. John McCain, the Senate Armed Services Committee chairman, said it was hard to see any rationale for withdrawing anyone given Obama's concession about how risky Afghanistan still is. Yet Obama, who had hoped to leave office with the USA disentangled from Afghanistan, appeared to settle on a number that would show continued progress tow...

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  • Trump raises $51 million in June as he steps up fundraising
Trump raises $51 million in June as he steps up fundraising

Trump, the presumptive Republican nominee for president, earlier in the day blamed "dishonest media" for the controversy, saying outlets are portraying a "Sheriff's Star" or a "plain star" as the Star of David in a tweet he sent, then changed and later deleted over the weekend.

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  • Alexandria Duval: Did She Murder Her Twin?
Alexandria Duval: Did She Murder Her Twin?

Gossip columnist Jose Lambiet tells Inside Edition that Anastasia and Alexandria Duval , aka Ann and Alison Dadow , both 37, did everything together but had deep-seated anger issues and often fought with each other. " I saw a pair of hands jerking the head, pulling the hair ", witness Lawrence Lau said. The twin sisters opened the yoga st...

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  • Ronald Tarentino: Massachusetts police officer shot dead, shooter killed
Ronald Tarentino: Massachusetts police officer shot dead, shooter killed

Sluckis Jr. It marked the second time in months a State Trooper had been killed or injured in the line of duty. The trooper, who has not been identified, is expected to survive, said Joseph D. A manhunt began after Auburn Police Officer Ronald Tarentino was fatally shot during a traffic stop about 12:30 a.m. Sunday. State officials said he wa...

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  • ABC Poll: Trump leads Clinton for the first time
ABC Poll: Trump leads Clinton for the first time

Senator Sanders said that opponent Hillary Clinton had agreed to a debate ahead of California, but that recently she has been ignoring the calls to meet up. In that poll , 54 percent of registered voters had a negative opinion of Clinton, and 58 percent had a negative opinion of Trump. They said Trump is more likely to tell it like it is but t...

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