• USA | FBI head strongly defends outcome of Clinton email probe
USA | FBI head strongly defends outcome of Clinton email probe

Utah congressman Jason Chaffetz, the chairman of the House Oversight and Government Reform committee, suggested in his opening statement that Ms Clinton, the presumptive Democratic presidential nominee, had escaped prosecution exclusively because she was "part of the powerful elite".

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  • Trump adviser: Women should be ones to decide on abortion
Trump adviser: Women should be ones to decide on abortion

Flynn's statement counters Republican policy asserting constitutional rights for the unborn. "I think it's a thing for women", said Flynn, 57. 'And they are - they are the ones that have to make the decision because they're the ones that - ones that are going to decide to bring up that child or not, ' he added.

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  • Trump Cites Disney's Frozen in Defense of Star of David Tweet
Trump Cites Disney's Frozen in Defense of Star of David Tweet

That now infamous Hillary Clinton Star of David image was apparently taken from an alt-right Twitter account and was not created by the Trump campaign itself. "Nope, just politicians who claim, and have chosen a career, to care about the people's welfare", Bell responded. "I don't love Saddam Hussein". Thanks to Trump, he said, "for the fir...

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  • Dallas police headquarters on security alert after threat
Dallas police headquarters on security alert after threat

Just before Johnson opened fire, Dallas police had been mingling peacefully with protesters marching to express concern about fatal police shootings last week in Minnesota and Louisiana, posing for photos the department tweeted out on its official account.

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  • Police Say Officers Have Been Targeted in Missouri, Georgia and Tennessee
Police Say Officers Have Been Targeted in Missouri, Georgia and Tennessee

Hours after the USA military veteran of African ancestry shot at white police officers leaving five dead and seven wounded in Dallas, another former member of the United States Army, also African American, randomly fired at cars and police officers on a highway in Tennessee .

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  • USWNT players criticize WNY Flash field conditions
USWNT players criticize WNY Flash field conditions

The NWSL generally requires that games be played on fields that are at least 70 yards wide, but the league reportedly gave Frontier Field an exemption because they could not find another venue for the match. Fans took to Twitter during the game to blast the NWSL for the unprofessional playing conditions. The Flash won the match 3-2 with the win...

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  • Off-Duty NYPD Cop Shot Black Man Approaching His Car
Off-Duty NYPD Cop Shot Black Man Approaching His Car

Small was mad because he felt Isaacs had cut him off, according to the Post . Instead, Small may have hit Isaacs once before the shots were fired. Small encountered the officer identified as Wayne Isaacs in their respective vehicles and while the two were stopped at a traffic light, Small exited the vehicle and turned violent toward Issacs resulti...

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  • How anti-Trump groups hope to upend RNC
How anti-Trump groups hope to upend RNC

Joe Lieberman as a running mate in 2008, many delegates viewed Lieberman's abortion record as so unacceptable, they threatened to vote him down in a floor fight if nominated. A federal judge ruled last week that Cleveland's original regulations for demonstrations and marches during the convention infringed on the right of free expression and ...

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  • US women's gymnastics team
US women's gymnastics team

The 2016 US women's Olympic gymnastics team was announced Sunday night, and includes some familiar faces and new ones. It's just that everyone worked so hard for this, so hard. "They train smarter and more efficient". Kocian takes her swings right up to the straight line without much hesitation. Suhr's victory affirms her health that was in quest...

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  • Two arson suspects arrested in Cold Springs wildfire
Two arson suspects arrested in Cold Springs wildfire

A fire ban is now in effect for all of unincorporated Boulder County. The fire that started on Saturday spread quickly, and it scorched 600 acres as it moved to the northeast, with no containment. The female with them is not facing charges because investigators say she had nothing to do with starting or maintaining the camp fire. Mike Wagner said...

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  • Barack Obama to travel to Dallas, cut European trip short: White House
Barack Obama to travel to Dallas, cut European trip short: White House

Johnson said he wanted to exterminate whites, "especially white officers", officials said. Bush and former first lady Laura Bush also will attend the service, and the former president will speak. He said the U.S.is unique among advanced countries in the scale of violence it experiences. Authorities are trying to locate the vehicle, which sped...

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  • Plane diverts to Tulsa after nine passengers reportedly start feeling ill
Plane diverts to Tulsa after nine passengers reportedly start feeling ill

You have now viewed your allowance of free articles. They were all found to have had elevated carbon monoxide levels in the blood. One of those passengers was taken to a nearby hospital for unrelated medical issues. Tulsa police dispatchers said there are reports that 10-15 passengers got sick on board around the same time. Tensions were runnin...

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  • Dallas shootings: 'No division' over police deaths
Dallas shootings: 'No division' over police deaths

Speaking from Poland, where he'd been attending a North Atlantic Treaty Organisation summit, President Obama rejected the idea that the attack was a sign of division in American society. Obama has launched initiatives aimed at supporting young black and Hispanic males, called for an overhaul of criminal sentencing, and created a task force to rev...

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  • Dumoulin beats breakaway group to win ninth stage, Froome leads
Dumoulin beats breakaway group to win ninth stage, Froome leads

When the main pack reached the line 4 1/2 minutes later, Quintana and Froome were seen patting each other on the back and talking to each other , likely about the incident with the inflatable device. Dumoulin is likely to prove one of Froome's main rivals for the time trial title at the Rio Olympics; this was a third Grand Tour stage win for t...

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  • Police say over 100 people arrested in Baton Rouge protests
Police say over 100 people arrested in Baton Rouge protests

Crowds returned to previous protest sites outside of the Triple S Food Mart, where Sterling was killed, and near the Baton Rouge Police Department headquarters on Airline Hwy. Protesters said they couldn't understand a word of what they were supposed to do, or where police wanted them to go. The same week Sterling and Castile were killed, a gun...

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  • Anti-Trump delegates maneuver to pick VP at convention
Anti-Trump delegates maneuver to pick VP at convention

The list of items banned from downtown Cleveland during this month's upcoming Republican National Convention includes tennis balls, grappling hooks and canned goods. These two conventions are likely to get more public attention than any in the past 40 years. What unifies the opponents is the belief that Trump, who has praised the women's health...

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  • Foltynewicz fans 10 for Braves in 2-0 win over White Sox
Foltynewicz fans 10 for Braves in 2-0 win over White Sox

Jeff Francoeur and Jace Peterson homered for the last-place Braves, who won three of four before the All-Star break.Foltynewicz was 1-3 with a 6.20 ERA in four previous road starts. Cellular Field becomes more of a hitter's park. It was Francoeur's fifth of the season and second in two days. Shields has not faced Atlanta this season.

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  • Black Lives Matter Activist Is Free
Black Lives Matter Activist Is Free

Police made several arrests over the weekend during protests in cities outside Louisiana and Minnesota, including Chicago and Atlanta . They were accompanied by state Rep. Elsewhere in Baton Rouge , demonstrators kept up their vigil outside the convenience store where Sterling was killed. Catch up on the outrage over the Alton Sterling shoo...

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  • MN Governor calls for calm after Dallas shootings
MN Governor calls for calm after Dallas shootings

We hear her mourning Castile's death-and, repeatedly, explaining to an officer whom she calls "sir" that Castile had just been following police orders-but not before she explains the situation to the collective mass watching it all unfold: "They threw my phone, Facebook".

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  • Portugal wins Euro 2016
Portugal wins Euro 2016

They remain unbeaten in competitive games under coach Fernando Santos, who started the job in October 2014 in the same stadium, losing a friendly against France 2-1. Soon after Cedric Soares was yellow carded for kneeing Payet in the back. Cristiano Ronaldo has dominated the Portuguese team for the last decade but, after the three-times world p...

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