• Police officers weigh in on Obama's town hall responses
Police officers weigh in on Obama's town hall responses

Erica Garner, daughter of Eric Garner, later met briefly with Obama in private, the White House said. ( President Obama) or alternatively that the police who are doing a good job and are out there taking care of their communities that, they're constantly at risk not just from criminals but also because the community mistrusts them .

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  • Explosives ingredients found in Central Park device
Explosives ingredients found in Central Park device

Connor Golden of Fairfax, Virginia, was climbing rocks in the park July 3 with two friends when the explosion occurred, which later resulted in the amputation of his foot. The 19-year-old tourist was walking in the park with friends when he stepped on the explosive. Crime Stoppers is offering a $10,000 reward for any information that will lead th...

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  • Investors prefer Hillary Clinton over Donald Trump
Investors prefer Hillary Clinton over Donald Trump

Florida: Clinton 37 percent favorable, 58 percent unfavorable (-21); Trump 34 percent favorable, 61 percent unfavorable (-27). However, more than one in 10 voters said they wouldn't vote for either candidate. Other recent polls suggest that Clinton has lost a few points and has dropped into a close race with Trump at the national level. When ...

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  • Houlihan in finals of 5000 at Olympic Trials
Houlihan in finals of 5000 at Olympic Trials

It was billed as the "Hammer at Hayward", the Olympic Trials men's and women's hammer throws, an event normally resigned to a field way behind the stadium, taking center stage at American track and field's most storied venue Wednesday. "There's a new era of sprinters that's coming along", Gatlin said, "and they got a lot of heart, got a lot of guts...

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  • Netanyahu tours Africa, remembers Entebbe
Netanyahu tours Africa, remembers Entebbe

Netanyahu came to Kenya from Uganda, where he marked the 40th anniversary of the raid, in which his brother Yoni was killed. Kenya allowed Israel to use Nairobi airport and provided a base for Mossad agents to gather intelligence on Entebbe prior to the raid.

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  • Donald Trump Names Mike Pence as Vice Presidential Running Mate
Donald Trump Names Mike Pence as Vice Presidential Running Mate

In fact, Trump tweeted the news just minutes before 11 a.m. ET but said a formal news conference would be held at 11 a.m. on Saturday. Donald Trump is set to make his first public appearance with his chosen running mate - Indiana Gov.

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  • Bill Shorten demands Australian PM Malcolm Turnbull's resignation
Bill Shorten demands Australian PM Malcolm Turnbull's resignation

Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull, leader of the ruling Liberal-National coalition, had called a rare election of both houses of Parliament because independents and minor parties kept on blocking his legislative programme. Harsh recriminations have already begun between Australian conservatives over the decision to replace former leader Tony Abbott...

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  • Niantic wants to roll out Pokemon GO in 200 markets soon: CEO
Niantic wants to roll out Pokemon GO in 200 markets soon: CEO

Theodore Belizaire plays the augmented reality mobile game "Pokemon Go" by Nintendo in Times Square, New York City, U.S. July 11, 2016. Despite launching only in a handful of countries, people around the globe have gone insane for the game.

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  • Nice attack suspect identified as Mohamed Lahouaiej Bouhlel
Nice attack suspect identified as Mohamed Lahouaiej Bouhlel

President Obama condemned the attack on Thursday, issuing a statement calling it a "horrific terrorist attack". He added that Russian Federation stands in solidarity with the people of France in these hard days and fully shares its pain.

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  • Trump tweets his VP choice _ Indiana Gov. Pence
Trump tweets his VP choice _ Indiana Gov. Pence

Rokita, who twice won statewide races for secretary of state before being elected to Congress in 2010, also said that in was a "backwater" state before the last 12 years of GOP governors. " Mike Pence is a pro-life trailblazer and Mr. Trump could not have made a better choice". In 2015 he provoked a national backlash after signing a law that cri...

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  • 'Many foreigners and children' among Nice dead and injured: Hollande
'Many foreigners and children' among Nice dead and injured: Hollande

Police found one pistol and various fake weapons in the truck's cabin. Investigators seized computers and cellphones during searches at two different addresses, Molins said. "It is urgent now that it be declared", she said on Twitter. "People were running in different directions". Witnesses said a truck drove at speed into a crowd for two kilomet...

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  • 15 injured as mobs defy curfew to indulge in stone-pelting
15 injured as mobs defy curfew to indulge in stone-pelting

The first attack in Srinagar had injured 12 soldiers. Earlier, police officials had said one policeman was killed in the attack. Police said the mob later tried to set ablaze municipal and sub-district office structures in Kulgam. Most persons died in south Kashmir where Wani - the poster boy of Kashmir's new age militancy - belonged to. In a...

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  • Milwaukee Police Chief Ed Flynn participates in Obama town hall event
Milwaukee Police Chief Ed Flynn participates in Obama town hall event

If people are honest with themselves, he added, "oftentimes there is a presumption that black men are risky". Obama said the Black Lives Matter movement serves to bring attention to inequities in poor and minority communities and is "not meant to suggest that other lives don't matter".

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  • Britain's top envoy anything but diplomatic
Britain's top envoy anything but diplomatic

He said: "We have to give effect to the will of the people in the referendum but that does not mean leaving Europe". Former Foreign Secretary Philip Hammond replaces George Osborne as Chancellor as Mrs May vows to address the country's deep divisions and govern not "for the privileged few".

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  • 'Dozens dead' as truck hits crowd in Nice
'Dozens dead' as truck hits crowd in Nice

They are so loved. Bastille Day is a celebration of everything France holds dear - its secular republic and the values of "Liberte, Egalite, Fraternite" (Freedom, Equality, Fraternity). "Right afterwards I personally saw 12 dead bodies, and it was already clear there would be more". As the horrifying scenes unfolded, she wrote she will never ...

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  • Trump Offered Pence Vice President Job Thursday
Trump Offered Pence Vice President Job Thursday

Trump told Fox News Channel in an interview late Thursday: "I haven't made my final, final decision". Trump later tweeted: "I will be making the announcement of my Vice Presidential pick on Friday at 11am in Manhattan". That word comes from a Republican with direct knowledge of the selection process. The top contenders have been vetted by a...

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  • Pak has no locus standi in India's internal affairs: MEA
Pak has no locus standi in India's internal affairs: MEA

A civilian protester and a policeman were killed and 10 security personnel were injured in stray violence in the Kashmir Valley on Friday. In a sharp rebuke to Pakistan for raising the Kashmir issue at the UN, India denounced it as a country that uses terrorists and provides them sanctuary and said Islamabad's cynical efforts to interna...

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  • Boris Johnson, really? World reacts to new UK Foreign Secretary
Boris Johnson, really? World reacts to new UK Foreign Secretary

Furthermore, the former London Mayor has strained the UK's relationship with the United States of America by mocking President Barrack Obama, calling him "part-Kenyan" and "hypocritical and inconsistent". One of the staunchest eurosceptics in British politics, he will lead a new department charged with the complex work of divorcing Britain fr...

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  • Putin: Russia feels for French loss from terrorism, having own experience
Putin: Russia feels for French loss from terrorism, having own experience

A Magen David Adom representative stationed in Nice, France said Friday afternoon that two elderly sisters belonging to the local Jewish community are missing following the Bastille Day terror attack that killed 84 people. A reporter for Agence France-Presse called it "absolute chaos". "Our thoughts are with all those affected by this bad inc...

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  • France declares three-day national mourning after truck attack
France declares three-day national mourning after truck attack

Flags will be flown at half-mast from Friday, and a law extending increased powers for the police will be put before parliament next week, he said . "And France is a great country, and a great democracy that will not allow itself to be destabilized".

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