• Hundreds mourn officer killed in Dallas police shooting
Hundreds mourn officer killed in Dallas police shooting

It's actually an award he won multiple times from the Dallas Police Association. As the city holds funerals for five officers who were gunned down last Thursday, and among those in the crowd were several people from the St. Law enforcement officers and their communities must work against those who seek to divide. A large US flag hung from t...

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  • Foreign Office warning as Turkey attempted coup leaves at least 90 dead
Foreign Office warning as Turkey attempted coup leaves at least 90 dead

Prime Minister Binali Yildirim said the elected government remained in office. Yildirim described the night as "a black mark on Turkish democracy" and said the perpetrators "will receive every punishment they deserve". Ankara Correspondent Yildiz Yadicioglu said credit cards and ATMs are not working there, with lines forming in front of banks. ...

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  • Dallas officers to be laid to rest
Dallas officers to be laid to rest

A video of George W. Bush cheerfully dancing during Tuesday's memorial service for the slain Dallas officers has gone viral and we are all wondering: What is going on? The Latest on the aftermath of fatal shootings by police in Louisiana and Minnesota and the subsequent killing of five police officers in Dallas (all times local): 10:55 a....

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  • Vic Turkish Australians rally for Erdogan
Vic Turkish Australians rally for Erdogan

The officials said key elements of the Turkish Army remained behind Erdogan, including the First and Third armies as well as Turkish special forces. Turkey closed the three border crossings with Bulgaria, the Bulgarian Foreign Ministry said, reiterating its appeal to Bulgarians to avoid travelling to its southern neighbour.

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  • Trump, GOP unite against Ruth Bader Ginsburg
Trump, GOP unite against Ruth Bader Ginsburg

Ms Ginsburg, 83, had "embarrassed all by making very dumb political statements ", he said , adding, "her mind is shot - resign ". "Her mind is shot - resign! ". Trump adviser Sam Clovis told CNN on Wednesday that Ginsburg's comments were out of character for Supreme Court justices but should not have been surprising.

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  • Greg Schiano denies knowledge of Sandusky abuse
Greg Schiano denies knowledge of Sandusky abuse

Bradley then confirmed to McQueary that he knew of other incidents dating as far back as the early '90s and possibly into the '80s, identifying fellow assistant coach Greg Schiano as another individual who had come to him with similar information.

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  • SC Gov. Haley praises Trump's VP pick as 'strong conservative reformer'
SC Gov. Haley praises Trump's VP pick as 'strong conservative reformer'

Gov. Mike Pence is dropping his re-election bid in IN to become Donald Trump's running mate, the Indianapolis Star reported Thursday. Trump's postponement of the press conference seemingly caused a problem for Pence, because his deadline to withdraw from the IN governor's race was Friday at noon.

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  • Attempted coup crumbles in Turkey
Attempted coup crumbles in Turkey

Some 1,563 soldiers have been arrested. After being warned of being shot, around 50 soldiers surrendered on one of the bridges across the Bosphorus in Istanbul, abandoning their tanks with their hands raised in the air. Sporadic gunfire was still being reported in some areas by morning. It is unclear, but Turkey's foreign ministry said the coup...

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  • How Motorcyclist and Police Officer Tried to Stop Killer-Truck in Nice
How Motorcyclist and Police Officer Tried to Stop Killer-Truck in Nice

Bouhlel, who ploughed the lorry into crowds celebrating Bastille Day on the French Riviera, had been convicted only once before - for road rage. As the truck careened down Nice's famous Promenade des Anglais, which runs along the Mediterranean Sea, it hit Mehdi and Tata, killing them instantly.

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  • Flights cancelled and Britons warned to
Flights cancelled and Britons warned to "stay indoors" after Turkish military coup

Erdogan, who flew home early Saturday, said coup supporters "will pay a heavy price for their treason to Turkey". Turkey's President remained defiant and called on people to take to the streets to show support for his embattled government. A coup against the democratically elected government could make it hard for the United States to continue to c...

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  • Rihanna's Nice, France concert canceled in light of terrorist attack
Rihanna's Nice, France concert canceled in light of terrorist attack

Mohamed Lahouaiej-Bouhlel, a 31-year-old Tunisian, drove a 19-tonne truck through crowds marking Bastille Day on the Promenade des Anglais on Thursday (Friday NZT) before he was shot dead by police. France has announced three days of mourning following the attack, and investigations are ongoing. US officials confirmed that at least two ...

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  • Arrest made in San Diego homeless attacks probe
Arrest made in San Diego homeless attacks probe

Officers found the victim, a 55-year-old transient, screaming due to a severe chest wound. Police found Guerrero riding a bicycle nearby and uncovered physical evidence at the scene and at his downtown San Diego residence linking him to all the crimes, Nisleit said.

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  • Federal Bureau of Investigation closes mysterious DB Cooper hijacking case after 45 years
Federal Bureau of Investigation closes mysterious DB Cooper hijacking case after 45 years

After flashing what appeared to be a bomb and demanding the flight crew "fly to Mexico", the man who called himself Dan Cooper jumped from the plane into driving wind and rain somewhere between southern Washington state and OR on November 24, 1971, officials said .

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  • Clinton, Trump show restraint after shootings
Clinton, Trump show restraint after shootings

Clinton went ahead with an evening appearance Friday at the African Methodist Episcopal Convention in Philadelphia, in which she issued renewed calls for criminal justice reform and gun control as well as expressing support for police officers.

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  • New British PM Won't Trigger Brexit Until Accord on Details
New British PM Won't Trigger Brexit Until Accord on Details

May's said her decision to visit Sturgeon on her own turf less than 48 hours after taking office underlined her determination to keep Scotland in the United Kingdom after the Brexit vote had revived the issue of independence, which Scots rejected in a 2014 referendum.

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  • Labour 'cannot become the new nasty party', Angela Eagle warns
Labour 'cannot become the new nasty party', Angela Eagle warns

The decision to automatically include the veteran socialist on the leadership ballot comes following almost six hours of closed door discussions, with 33 members of the NEC participating in the vote that came out in favour of Corbyn by 18 votes to 14.

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  • Owen Smith suspends Labour leadership launch after Nice attacks
Owen Smith suspends Labour leadership launch after Nice attacks

A spokesman for Ms Eagle today claimed the banned meeting had been organised by someone who until recently had been barred from the Labour Party. Two-thirds say Labour need to change their leader before the 2020 general election, up from 42 per cent in October.

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  • Baltimore police baffled after shootout with man bearing AR-15-style rifle
Baltimore police baffled after shootout with man bearing AR-15-style rifle

He said four plainclothes officers happened to hear gunfire off Winchester Street and responded. The two officers who returned fire on Harper were a 16-year and a 6-year veteran of the Baltimore Police Department, officials said. It's not yet clear exactly who or what the gunman was shooting at prior to the officers' arrival, according to polic...

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  • Clinton holds day of VP interviews at her home in Washington
Clinton holds day of VP interviews at her home in Washington

That's according to a person familiar with the meetings who spoke on condition of anonymity to discuss internal matters. Mr Hickenlooper, 64, discussed the vice presidential search with Mrs Clinton when she was in Denver at the end of June to unveil her campaign's technology platform.

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  • ACLU sues Baton Rouge police, others over force used on protesters
ACLU sues Baton Rouge police, others over force used on protesters

BATON ROUGE, La. (AP ) - Civil rights groups and activists sued Baton Rouge law enforcement agencies over their treatment of protesters rallying against the police shooting death of a black man, saying officers used excessive force and physically and verbally abused peaceful demonstrators.

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