• 'I Am The Law And Order Candidate'
'I Am The Law And Order Candidate'

Monday's event was originally billed as a speech on veterans affairs, but it was given a new focus on law enforcement and crime following the shooting deaths last week of five Dallas police officers. "There's very much a double standard". By generation, her widest margin of support is among Millennials but her most positive support - those voting m...

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  • Pokémon Go may be accessing a lot of your personal information
Pokémon Go may be accessing a lot of your personal information

The game itself was created by Niantic, spun off from Google a year ago, and Pokemon Company. Android users in particular have downloaded Go more times than Tinder, the popular dating app. Police say to do not forget to stay aware of your surroundings and use the app with friends. The department also warned that robbers were preying on player...

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  • Oz Pokemon Go users having access issues
Oz Pokemon Go users having access issues

Beyond that ability, Niantic's update strategy became a little more mysterious. Specific locations have also been identified as PokeStops, where players can gather to train their Pokemon in gyms and collect potions. Because Pokémon Go requires users to get off the couch and move around town to acquire items, people are racing from point to point ...

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  • UN's Ban Urges South Sudan Arms Embargo as Civil War Looms
UN's Ban Urges South Sudan Arms Embargo as Civil War Looms

Persaud spoke to CNN by phone from her bathroom at a United Nations compound, where she was taking cover as gunfire was exchanged right outside the complex, near the city's airport. On Monday, UN officials said that the large displaced persons camps in and around Juba that house thousands of people had been shelled, killing at least two civilians a...

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  • US Proposes Eight Airlines for Service to Cuba in Fall of 2016
US Proposes Eight Airlines for Service to Cuba in Fall of 2016

The 20 round-trip daily flights between the USA and Cuba's capital will begin as early as this fall, said Transportation Secretary Anthony Foxx. American , for example, will be allowed to operate four daily flights from Miami and one daily service from Charlotte.

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  • Black Lives Matter rally held in Downtown Vancouver
Black Lives Matter rally held in Downtown Vancouver

It was a horrifying scene, and ironically happened to a police department which has markedly improved its community reputation and crime policy over the last several years. Travis held a sign that said " Black Lives Matter ". Black people are about two and half times more likely than whites to be killed by the cops, and unarmed blacks are about 5...

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  • Obama says more must be done to address US police shootings
Obama says more must be done to address US police shootings

Pete King said Friday morning. Earlier in the week, two black men were killed by officers in other U.S. cities, drawing protests across the nation. The lawmaker said Obama's support of Black Lives Matter, a national movement against police brutality and injustice, has deepened the division among American people.

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  • Dead at Michigan Courthouse After Inmate Disarms Officer, Shoots Bailiffs
Dead at Michigan Courthouse After Inmate Disarms Officer, Shoots Bailiffs

He said Gordon was now an inmate of the county jail who was awaiting court appearances on several charges. Bailey said at 3 p.m. that the scene was secure and that details would be made available shortly. A local ABC News affiliate said a man being taken to prison in the mid-afternoon grabbed a deputy's gun and started shooting at the courthous...

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  • Fire Crews Mount Aggressive Attack On Cold Springs Fire
Fire Crews Mount Aggressive Attack On Cold Springs Fire

Jimmy Suggs, 28, and Zackary Kuykendall, 26, of Vinemont, Ala., were arrested Sunday on suspicion of fourth-degree arson, a Class 4 felony. Nearly 500 firefighters are battling the Cold Spring Fire, in the air and on the ground. A military Blackhawk helicopter carries a water bucket while helping crews on the ground battle the Cold Springs Fir...

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  • Dallas shooter planned other attacks, police say
Dallas shooter planned other attacks, police say

The Dallas police chief says the Army veteran who killed five police officers and wounded nine others had a stockpile of bomb-making material in his apartment. He stressed that Johnson had to be stopped because he was "determined to hurt more officers, and without our actions, he would've hurt more officers".

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  • Dallas police chief defends use of robot to kill shooting suspect
Dallas police chief defends use of robot to kill shooting suspect

But Johnson's father says, through tears, that he still doesn't understand: "I didn't see it coming". An armed black policeman at the crossroads between Belleview Street and Akard Street said he has received orders to block the street, but declined to disclose more information.

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  • Sanders likely to endorse Clinton next Tuesday
Sanders likely to endorse Clinton next Tuesday

Sanders confirmed the possibility of an endorsement in an interview Wednesday night on MSNBC . Since Clinton effectively clinched the presidential nomination, the Vermont senator has aggressively campaigned to include his progressive policies in the party platform.

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  • Spieth to skip the Olympics
Spieth to skip the Olympics

Johnson pulled out Friday, and Spieth was said to be struggling with his decision until Monday. Rickie Fowler, Patrick Reed, Bubba Watson, and Matt Kuchar all decided to make the trip to South America. Thompson, who has career earnings of $5,265,017 and $732,219 in 2016, never dreamed of being an Olympian because golf had not been an Olympic sport ...

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  • Trump Implodes And Embraces Neo-Nazis While Defending Anti-Semitic Star of David Tweet
Trump Implodes And Embraces Neo-Nazis While Defending Anti-Semitic Star of David Tweet

Trump also likened the use of a six-pointed star to a sheriff's star. It was subsequently revealed that the original image had previously been posted on an anti-Semitic, white supremacist message board. Corker, chairman of the Senate Foreign Relations Committee, removed himself Wednesday, July 6, 2016, from consideration as Donald Trump's vice-...

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  • Shooting at Courthouse in MI
Shooting at Courthouse in MI

The inmate first shot a county sheriff's deputy, then fatally shot the two bailiffs. An inmate on his way to court in the U.S. state of MI wrestled a gun away from a sheriff's deputy and shot and killed two bailiffs, the county sheriff says.

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  • U.S. Olympic women's gymnastics team revealed
U.S. Olympic women's gymnastics team revealed

Thanks to the success of the USA training program, there was a deep bench of athletes jockeying to fill the five openings. She wound up in third place with a 119.750 over the two-day, eight-rotation competition. Combine that with the recent decline of China (since its 2008 Olympic team title), Russian Federation (since its 2010 World team title) an...

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  • Searchers find missing 3 Wisconsin teenagers in mine
Searchers find missing 3 Wisconsin teenagers in mine

Sheriff Schmidt described the area as hazardous, and the tunnels as a four-mile maze. He says it would be easy to get lost in the tunnels without a compass. "We're doing everything we can to keep them safe, including shoring up mines before they go inside". The boys were trespassing in the mine, which is posted and is owned by UW Milwaukee.

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  • Two arson suspects arrested in Colorado wildfire
Two arson suspects arrested in Colorado wildfire

According to the affidavit, witnesses told the sheriff's office they had seen the three camping near where the fire started. Firefighters warn it's too risky for them to go in to get their things, but Boulder County Sheriff deputies have been escorting residents back in to their homes to get necessities.

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  • Inmate shot U.S. bailiffs in escape bid
Inmate shot U.S. bailiffs in escape bid

Larry Gordon, 44, who was in custody facing several felony charges, was being moved from a cell for a court appearance on Monday when a fight broke out and he was able to disarm an officer, Sheriff Bailey said. Kienzle was a court bailiff and had been employed with the court since April 2005. "There are always sporadic incidents everywhere in the...

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  • Jordan Spieth pulls out of Olympics
Jordan Spieth pulls out of Olympics

I have no knowledge that people are using Zika as an excuse. Countries are allowed a maximum of four golfers provided they're in the top 15 in the world ranking; otherwise, countries are limited to no more than two players until the 60-man field is set.

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