• Minor New York City subway derailment causes outage, delays
Minor New York City subway derailment causes outage, delays

According to the agency, A, C, and D trains are being held in stations in both directions. Delays were reported throughout the subway system, which has been plagued by problems this year. But when he said that there was smoke on the tracks, that's when we became more concerned. One of the passengers on the train, Medina Browne, said: "At first ...

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  • Texas woman arrested after her two children die in hot auto
Texas woman arrested after her two children die in hot auto

A Texas mother whose two children died of heat exposure after she left them in a auto was arrested Friday, local authorities said. Her story changed in subsequent accounts and she implicated herself on Friday. In 2017 alone, 13 children have died from being locked inside cars and suffering heat stroke , according to San Jose State Univers...

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  • Police Say 'Road Rage' Led To Murder Of Muslim Girl In Virginia
Police Say 'Road Rage' Led To Murder Of Muslim Girl In Virginia

Authorities later found her body in a pond. Police are not now investigating the murder as a hate crime. Police blamed "road rage" on Monday for the killing of a teenage Muslim girl who was attacked by a driver while walking with friends to her mosque between Ramadan prayers this weekend.

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  • Press for info on Senate health bill
Press for info on Senate health bill

Maria Cantwell, D-Wash., left, and Sen. Senate Democrats say they're hatching a strategy to put more focus on Republican health-care legislation that polls have shown is unpopular with the public. The NRSC says the event was planned to benefit the election campaign of Sen. "Republicans are drafting this bill in secret because they're ashame...

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  • US Senate's Iran sanctions are breach of nuclear deal: Senior Iranian Official
US Senate's Iran sanctions are breach of nuclear deal: Senior Iranian Official

The Senate approved on Thursday the sanctions on Iran over its ballistic missile program and other activities not related to the global nuclear agreement. Ghassemi retorted that the measure against Iran's ballistic missile programme was "totally illegal and illegitimate". The House on June 13 passed, 238-184, a bill that would require persons app...

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  • What you should know about apprenticeships, Trump's answer to the skills gap
What you should know about apprenticeships, Trump's answer to the skills gap

The Executive Order will streamline the administrative processes of the current program by shifting the certification from the Department of Labor to industry, which is well equipped to set standards since they know what their companies and workforces need.

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  • Portugal in mourning as dozens killed in raging forest fires
Portugal in mourning as dozens killed in raging forest fires

Secretary of State for the Interior Jorge Gomes said 62 people burned to death, mostly trapped in their cars engulfed by flames in the Leiria region. Spain dispatched two water-bombing planes on June 18 morning to aid the Portuguese fire service on the ground, Costa said. Antonio Costa tweeted his "deepest regret for the victims.

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  • Sheriff David Clarke Withdraws Acceptance of Homeland Security Gig
Sheriff David Clarke Withdraws Acceptance of Homeland Security Gig

Trump and Clarke met in Wisconsin on Tuesday and discussed other roles he could fill to help advance the Trump agenda. Milwaukee County Sheriff David Clarke will not join the Department of Homeland Security as an assistant secretary, his adviser Craig Peterson told The Washington Post on Saturday.

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  • Northam Wins Virginia Democratic Primary For Governor As GOP Race Remains Tight
Northam Wins Virginia Democratic Primary For Governor As GOP Race Remains Tight

On a 90-degree night here outside Washington, about 200 Northam supporters waited for polls to close on the patio of a bar called Highline RXR. Northam, a usually low-key pediatric neurologist, won running as a pragmatist with the state Democratic establishment's firm support.

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  • Ohio mother and daughters mysteriously found dead in home
Ohio mother and daughters mysteriously found dead in home

There was a woman in the home with the man earlier in the evening, according to authorities, but the woman has since exited the residence. A section of Valley Forge Drive was blocked off by police, but a crowd of about two-dozen onlookers gathered across the street around midnight to watch the situation.

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  • Eric Trump calls father's critics 'not even people'
Eric Trump calls father's critics 'not even people'

The not-so-charitable activities of the president's own Donald J. Trump Foundation are, by now, well-documented. Eric Trump's signature charitable foundation has been funneling huge amounts of cash meant to benefit children with cancer into the for-profit Trump Organization, potentially violating federal and state laws on taxes and charit...

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  • DNI head claims Trump asked him to intervene in FBI's Russian Federation probe
DNI head claims Trump asked him to intervene in FBI's Russian Federation probe

Michael Rogers , the National Security Agency director, and national intelligence director Dan Coats largely ducked questions from senators on Wednesday about whether the president had tried to influence investigations into Russia's election meddling and possible coordination with the Trump campaign.

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  • ABC, CBS News to Carry James Comey Senate Testimony Live
ABC, CBS News to Carry James Comey Senate Testimony Live

But she said Mr Trump will not take that step in order to ensure a " swift and thorough examination of the facts" related to Mr Comey's sacking and the multiple investigations into Russia's election meddling. "The President's power to assert executive privilege is well-established". Comey is expected to be questioned about the circumstances of h...

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  • Donaldson 2 HRs, Blue Jays beat Yankees 7-5; Judge hits 18th
Donaldson 2 HRs, Blue Jays beat Yankees 7-5; Judge hits 18th

However, Liriano managed to get out the next three batters and strand Gardner at third. "It was big, no doubt about it, considering where we're at and the kind of team they've got", Blue Jays manager John Gibbons said. The Yankees have a pretty good stable of hitters this year. The Jays, meanwhile, couldn't muster much offence off rookie lef...

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  • Portland June 10 March Against Sharia Canceled
Portland June 10 March Against Sharia Canceled

His request that a permit not be granted for a June 10 anti-Muslim rally was made moot when organizers opted Wednesday to cancel the rally and encourage participants to attend a similar event in Seattle instead. That rally is still scheduled to take place. "There's going to be more intensity, there's going to be more threats", Gibson said. ...

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  • Melania is the first Catholic first lady since Jackie Kennedy
Melania is the first Catholic first lady since Jackie Kennedy

But after a half-hour meeting behind closed doors, Francis seemed to have cheered up considerably. The two shared some light banter, with the pope even teasing Mrs. "A person who thinks only about building walls, wherever they may be, and not building bridges, is not Christian ", Francis said. "It is my desire that you become an olive tree t...

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  • Manager: Allman tried to keep playing music until the end
Manager: Allman tried to keep playing music until the end

The organist and singer for the Allman Brothers Band died at his home in Savannah, Georgia, in the United States, his publicist Ken Weinstein confirmed. Allman endured the deaths of several band members-his brother and Oakley both died in similar motorcycle accidents and, earlier this year, Trucks committed suicide-six failed marriages, includin...

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  • Chicago only major US city to lose population from 2015 to 2016
Chicago only major US city to lose population from 2015 to 2016

New York State, like other Northeastern states, is continuing to lose population to other parts of the nation, an out-migration that has increased as the economy has improved, experts have said. Round Lake Beach, Zion, Gurnee and Antioch are also decreasing in population. And thanks to business growth, Blake said they were actually able to cut taxe...

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  • Rain, thunderstorms in St. Lawrence County forecast through Friday
Rain, thunderstorms in St. Lawrence County forecast through Friday

Showers and storms are likely this afternoon and evening. Highs stay in the mid 60s with very little, if any, sunshine. Metro-east residents should prepare for afternoon showers and a high around 65 degrees on Wednesday . A shower or two, even a thunderstorm will be possible. Sunday night - Partly cloudy with a low in the low 50s. AccuWeat...

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  • First Warning Forecast: Soggy stretch ahead, grab the rain gear!
First Warning Forecast: Soggy stretch ahead, grab the rain gear!

Showers and a few thunderstorms brought between one-third and one-half inch of rain to the area, adding to a very soggy spring with rainfall running more than 4 inches above normal since March 1. After 3pm, the rest of the day should be mainly dry. The unsettled weather will shift east and high pressure will build into New England from southern C...

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  • Missing Chicago-Area Hiker Found After Search in Montana, Family Says
Missing Chicago-Area Hiker Found After Search in Montana, Family Says

Madeline said she became lost after she stopped to swim and hydrate at a lake. By the first night she knew something was wrong. Connelly said when she realized she was lost she figured she was on the loop of a trail and if she continued walking she would get back to where she had been.

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  • Chelsea Manning set for release next week
Chelsea Manning set for release next week

Manning, an Army private and intelligence analyst whose release of classified materials to the website WikiLeaks sparked a worldwide debate over the status of whistle-blowers and transparency in the military, had most of her 35-year prison sentence commuted in January by President Obama.

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  • Phoenix Police Name Suspect In 'Serial Street Shooter' Case
Phoenix Police Name Suspect In 'Serial Street Shooter' Case

Saucedo only knew Romero, who was the first victim in the shooting spree, and police said they don't know what motivated the killings. Police were led to Saucedo by tips from the community and they said they will be giving out the $75,000 reward they offered for information in the case.

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  • Roy Oliver: Full Story & Must-See Details On Police Officer
Roy Oliver: Full Story & Must-See Details On Police Officer

Oliver, who joined the police force in 2011, fatally shot Edwards as he was sitting in the passenger seat of a moving vehicle on Saturday night. The teens were leaving a house party to which officers had been summoned to investigate possible underage drinking .

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  • Joey Logano's Richmond win won't count towards NASCAR playoffs after penalty
Joey Logano's Richmond win won't count towards NASCAR playoffs after penalty

However, despite the penalty, Logano is still the official victor of the Richmond race. NASCAR began policing the maneuver and penalizing practice times of teams for attempting to swerve immediately after a race. Additional penalties are a $50,000 fine and two-race suspension for crew chief Todd Gordon, and the loss of 25 driver points and 25 own...

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  • Severe Storms Possible For Thursday's Afternoon Rush Hour
Severe Storms Possible For Thursday's Afternoon Rush Hour

NWS meteorologists are touring the U.P.to detail signs of approaching severe weather, how to relay that back to the station and explain safety precautions when capturing the moment. The National Weather Service's Storm Prediction Center has Ohio County under an Enhanced Risk for severe weather Friday night. A cold front is expected to move into E...

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  • Obama criticised for '$400000 Wall Street speech'
Obama criticised for '$400000 Wall Street speech'

Barack Obama has come under fire for reportedly accepting a $400,000 (£310,000) invitation from a Wall Street Bank to speak at an upcoming event. Writing on vox.com, a liberal writer, Mathew Yglesias, said if Obama goes ahead with the paid speech, " it will undermine everything he believes in ".

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  • Pats face Chiefs in National Football League season kickoff
Pats face Chiefs in National Football League season kickoff

New England will host the Houston Texans on Sun., Sept 24, the Atlanta Falcons on Sunday Night Football on October 22, and travel to face the Pittsburgh Steelers on Sun., Dec. Don't expect the Patriots and Falcons to do the same this year. Given its relatively late position on the schedule, this game could carry significant playoff implications.

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  • Trump Signs 'Buy American And Hire American' Executive Order
Trump Signs 'Buy American And Hire American' Executive Order

Speaking ahead of signing the order at the Kenosha, Wisconsin headquarters of tool maker Snap-on Inc., Trump claimed that no administration has accomplished more in the first 90 days on military, on the border, on trade, on regulation, on law enforcement and on government reform, than his.

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  • CB Butler signs tender with Patriots
CB Butler signs tender with Patriots

Signing Butler does a few things for the Patriots, but most notably, it officially makes the 27-year-old tradable. Butler was named to the Pro Bowl following the 2015 season. A deal for Malcolm Butler could be reached, which would allow the team to move up. The one time over the past three years the final pick of round one wasn't traded, it was h...

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  • Shooter murdered 3 while shouting Allahu Akhbar in racially motivated hate crime
Shooter murdered 3 while shouting Allahu Akhbar in racially motivated hate crime

Family members identified the second victim as 37-year-old Mark Gassett. Francine Williams, mother of security guard Carl Williams, 25, described her son as a kind and giving person who had recently gotten engaged. From there, Dyer said, he watched police investigate his crime scene. It's one of many new details suspect Kori Ali Muhammad reveal...

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  • Will free college offer catch fire? NY details raise doubts
Will free college offer catch fire? NY details raise doubts

Gina Raimondo is pushing to make two years of public college free for residents, regardless of income. The crude income limit includes a sharp cutoff: if your gross income exceeds $125,000 by even a dollar, you are ineligible. That is a very bad idea. This is a power move by NY and will provide greater educational opportunities to a wider ran...

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  • United Airlines to refund fares to all Flight 3411 passengers
United Airlines to refund fares to all Flight 3411 passengers

The others complied. After Dao refused, airport security officers yanked him out of his seat and dragged him off the plane. One security officer involved has reportedly been placed on leave . United officials said they've already reached out to Dao following the incident, though no reports have surfaced regarding their efforts to get in touch wi...

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  • Wisconsin governor cancels Easter egg hunt due to manhunt
Wisconsin governor cancels Easter egg hunt due to manhunt

More than 150 officers from local, state and federal law enforcement agencies are searching for him. "We had some clues going into this and that is why we're investigating, in hopes of stopping what could be a mass casualty event". Law enforcement did not release that exerpt and will not do so due to the ongoing investigation. They have warned th...

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  • Tar Heels take title over Gonzaga in ugly game
Tar Heels take title over Gonzaga in ugly game

Hicks found himself with the ball and North Carolina draining clock holding a one-point lead over Gonzaga and less than 30 seconds remaining. The Tar Heels (33-7) followed a terrible-shooting night in the semifinal with an equally ice-cold performance in the final - going 4 for 27 from 3-point land and 26 for 73 overall.

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