• Chris Christie confidant pleads guilty to federal charges
Chris Christie confidant pleads guilty to federal charges

The Bridgegate scandal has led to charges against two former Christie allies: William Baroni , a former Port Authority official, and Bridget Kelly, the governor's former deputy chief of staff, are scheduled to face trial in September. (AP Photo/Mel Evans). Attorney Justin Walder hands out a statement to reporters after his client David Samson, f...

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  • Two people detained after Baton Rouge police shootings
Two people detained after Baton Rouge police shootings

Mr Jackson, who was black, posted his message on Facebook on July 8, just three days after the death of 37-year-old Alton Sterling, a black man killed by white Baton Rouge officers after a scuffle at a convenience store. Paul, Minnesota, which sparked protests around the country. A screenshot of the image has been widely circulating on the inte...

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  • Kenseth pulls away late for Loudon win
Kenseth pulls away late for Loudon win

It didn't include 2014 New Hampshire victor Brad Keselowski, who , like Kurt Busch, had a contending auto for most of the day but cut a tire in a late four-car wreck that caused his two-race winning streak end in a 15th-place finish. Danica Patrick served as a presenter for the ESPY Awards on Wednesday in Los Angeles. Kyle Larson , 18. Paul Menar...

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  • Republicans are Bailing on GOP Convention
Republicans are Bailing on GOP Convention

Two groups are trying to modify the convention rules to free delegates from required votes. "By co-opting Cruz and giving him a speaking slot, the Trump campaign sucked some of the wind out of the anti-Trump sails", said CNN delegate analyst and former Marco Rubio campaign aide Will Holley.

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  • Judge denies Cosby's effort to compel accuser to testify before trial
Judge denies Cosby's effort to compel accuser to testify before trial

Bill Cosby has questions for the woman accusing him of sexual assault. The actor's legal team argued they should have been allowed to cross-examine Andrea Constand during the hearing earlier this year to determine if there was enough evidence for the case to proceed.

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  • These Colleges Deliver The Most Value
These Colleges Deliver The Most Value

From that large number, they screened out schools with graduation rates below the median, financial difficulties, or fewer than 500 undergraduates. The Top Colleges rankings were released July 6. Within the publication, current Manhattan College students said: "I have so many resources here", and "the internships given out are helpful for finding a...

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  • Police vehicle set on fire
Police vehicle set on fire

Sunday, according to the statement, By the time they arrived, the cruiser - which was unoccupied at the time - was "fully engulfed", the statement said. It is not immediately clear where exactly the note was found. Investigators said the note referenced the recent officer-involved shootings of Alton Sterling and Philando Castile and included ...

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  • Dayton: 21 Law Enforcement Officers Injured in St. Paul Interstate Protest
Dayton: 21 Law Enforcement Officers Injured in St. Paul Interstate Protest

After almost of week of protests, Baton Rouge police are taking criticism for their methods of dealing with demonstrators. Among those arrested was DeRay Mckesson, a leading figure in the Black Lives Matter movement that blossomed in the wake of the 2014 police killing of Michael Brown in Ferguson, Missouri.

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  • Philando Castile had Minnesota gun permit
Philando Castile had Minnesota gun permit

Almost 30 people were arrested. Yanez is a Latino from South St. Paul, and has been an officer for nearly five years, according to Kelly, who added that the officer graduated from Minnesota State University, Mankato. Those state investigators have been largely silent since taking the case, though Department of Public Safety Commissioner Ramona Do...

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  • 8 years after hope and change, voters are angry, anxious
8 years after hope and change, voters are angry, anxious

Cleveland: Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton holds a modest but solid lead over her Republican rival Donald Trump, according to three latest polls released ahead of the Republican party's national convention here. Trump performed better among voters who are men, older, white and less educated. Just 36 per cent of votes say the eco...

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  • Another Black Lives Matter Organizer Arrested
Another Black Lives Matter Organizer Arrested

Moments later, I found myself in the middle of well over 100 people moving down Colfax, many of them holding signs that used or referenced the "black lives matter" phrase. Rather, the systemic and systematic murders of African Americans have ensured that the movement continues to resonate. First of all , any violence directed at police officers is...

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  • Jeri Williams named Phoenix police chief, first female chief in city's history
Jeri Williams named Phoenix police chief, first female chief in city's history

Phoenix police have released an updated sketch of the serial killer believed to be responsible for 8 shootings and 7 deaths in the Phoenix area. "Someone out there knows who did this", said Police Chief Joe Yahner, according to the Arizona Republic .

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  • On eve of Republican convention, US voters are angry and anxious
On eve of Republican convention, US voters are angry and anxious

But now that Sanders has lost his campaign to presumptive Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton, Reich has a message for his fellow Sanders supporters: If you don't vote Clinton , you're increasing the odds that Clinton's presumed Republican rival, Donald Trump, will be president.

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  • High temps in the 90s forecast for Kansas, Missouri
High temps in the 90s forecast for Kansas, Missouri

The heat will spread into the Northeast by next weekend. Friday, more extreme heat building with of 97 feels temps near Heat Advisory Criteria. This will be the hottest weather so far this summer in the central U.S., AccuWeather said. Residents are advised to take extra precautions if they work or spend time outside, and reschedule strenuous ac...

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  • Trump gaining ground in important swing states
Trump gaining ground in important swing states

No candidate since 1960 has been elected without winning two of these three states. This includes 58 percent of Trump supporters and 24 percent of Clinton supporters, a contrast largely mirrored by the breakdown between Republicans and Democrats.

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  • Off-duty officer suspended after Williamsburg crash killed 1, injured 3 others
Off-duty officer suspended after Williamsburg crash killed 1, injured 3 others

Brooklyn Borough President Eric Adams says photos of Batka posing with alcohol on his Facebook page were clear indicators the officer had a substance abuse problem, WCBS 880's Stephanie Colombini reported . Batka faces driving-while-intoxicated charges after the 3 a.m. accident. According to Esquivel's Facebook profile , he was six weeks into a...

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  • Louisiana police shootings add new convention concerns
Louisiana police shootings add new convention concerns

Update 2:59pm CT, July 17: Kasich's office has issued a statement to the New York Times indicating that he legally can not suspend open-carry laws. Water guns, tennis balls, and sleeping bags can be found on the list of 72 items banned from the event zone surrounding the Quicken Loans Arena where the RNC will be held.

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  • Taco Bell Worker Out of Job After Not Serving Deputies
Taco Bell Worker Out of Job After Not Serving Deputies

An Alabama Taco Bell employee refused to serve two sheriff deputies and now the employee is off the job. Thank you for reading and relying on TulsaWorld.com for your news and information. "We don't serve law enforcement, and you need to leave'". "We try to give people basic respect, and we expect that in return", Jones said. A second statemen...

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  • Obama calls for national unity after Baton Rouge shooting
Obama calls for national unity after Baton Rouge shooting

The suspect, identified as Gavin Long of Kansas City, 29, was shot dead at the scene. Long legally changed his name previous year to Cosmo Ausar Setepenra, claiming to be a member of the Washitaw Nation, a group of African Americans claiming to be a Native American nation in the United States .

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  • Cox Leads USA U18 Past Puerto Rico Into Gold Medal Game
Cox Leads USA U18 Past Puerto Rico Into Gold Medal Game

She also helped lead the Americans to gold medals as an assistant coach at the 2011 World University Games, giving the Pittsburgh native six gold medals and seven overall as a player and coach for Team USA. Carter is listed as the No. 8 recruit in the nation by ESPN and No. 3 among point guards. We've had a balanced scoring attack with different le...

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