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  • Shot congressman Steve Scalise off the critical list

    Shot congressman Steve Scalise off the critical list

    Sava declined to put a timeline on when that would happen or when Scalise, 51, would be able to leave the hospital. The AP said many of those who played wore LSU hats to honor Scalise, who graduated from the university. Scalise should be able to walk again, Sava said. But he will remain in the hospital for "a considerable period of time" and faces additional operations.

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  • Winning ticket sold in Calif. for $448 million Powerball jackpot

    No other winners in New Jersey have been announced, but the lottery said in a statement that 2,750,331 players won prizes totaling $21.1 million. Winners have up to 1 year to claim their prize. The victor has one year to claim the prize. Alberre says he and his father own the store in Sun City. It was a switch that essentially traded lower odds for increased payouts, such as Saturday night's $448 million victor.

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  • Ronaldo summoned to court, Mourinho accused of tax fraud

    Ronaldo summoned to court, Mourinho accused of tax fraud

    Ronaldo is now facing four charges against the Spanish public treasury dated between 2011 and 2014, including a case of tax fraud worth United States dollars 65.5 million. Real have an extremely strong squad featuring some of the world's standout players, while they played some scintillating football at times last season, creating 522 chances in La Liga.

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  • Michael Brown's parents settle 'wrongful death' civil lawsuit in secret

    Michael Brown's parents settle 'wrongful death' civil lawsuit in secret

    Gray speaks at a 2015 news conference as Michael Brown's parents, Lesley McSpadden, second from left, and Michael Brown Sr ., right, listen along with attorney Benjamin L. The St. Louis Post-Dispatch reported that the settlement may be for less than $3 million which is the city of Ferguson's insurance limit. Wilson said he shot Brown several times after Brown, having started to flee, turned and charged the officer.

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  • Slain man's family upset by ex-officer's acquittal

    Prosecutors contend Smith was defenseless when Heaggan-Brown shot him in the chest because Smith had thrown his gun over a fence. Milwaukee Police Chief Edward Flynn, in a statement via Twitter, said , "A year ago I told the public I'd seen nothing in the video that was a violation of the law or policy".

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  • TCU Horned Frogs eliminate Texas A&M Aggies at 2017 College World Series

    TCU Horned Frogs eliminate Texas A&M Aggies at 2017 College World Series

    At the plate, McKay is hitting.340 with 17 home runs and 56 runs batted in, all second most on the team. They competed in a 15-inning marathon this season. After moving to second on a sacrifice bunt by Taylor, Summers scored on Fitch's two-bagger down the left field line. "It was pretty special". Lousiville loaded the bases with one out in the sixth inning.

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  • AAA: Gas prices drop to lowest level of year

    AAA: Gas prices drop to lowest level of year

    The auto club is predicting that prices should continue declining this week and set a new 2017 low. Each spring, average USA gasoline prices rise 35 cents to 75 cents, usually from February to May, according to GasBuddy's historical figures.

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  • Schiff says firing Mueller would echo Watergate

    Days before leaving office on May 9, Mr. Comey said federal investigators had legally seized more than 6,000 smartphones and electronic devices during a recent six-month span but found that 46 percent couldn't be opened "with any technique".

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  • Congressman Says Media Is 'Complicit' in Rhetoric that Led to Baseball Shooting

    Congressman Says Media Is 'Complicit' in Rhetoric that Led to Baseball Shooting

    Scalise remains in critical condition, though doctors said today his vital signs have stabilized. Posts from past year show he was adamantly opposed to Clinton, and, after the election, to President Donald Trump. "We haven't been together since March", Hodgkinson said. Members of the group praised Hodgkinson online after learning about the political assassination attempt.

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  • Shooting injures 2 girls at school playground in Chicago

    The girls were unintended targets, police said. Chicago police are questioning persons of interest in a shooting that wounded two school girls at an end of year picnic. The older students ran back to the picnic and the gunfire followed them. The school has about 300 students in pre-K through 8th grade. They were both taken to Comer Children's Hospital and their injuries were not thought to be life-threatening.

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  • The Trump Administration says "Adios" to DAPA but Keeps DACA alive

    That is welcome news for about 70 undocumented students who received Obama's Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals ( DACA ) status and are enrolled in medical schools nationwide. As CNN notes, DACA applies to just three-quarters of a million people while DAPA reaches six times as many-effectively granting amnesty to over a third of the USA illegal immigrant population, and possibly more.

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  • Collins: Comey may have 'misinterpreted' Trump over firing

    Collins: Comey may have 'misinterpreted' Trump over firing

    Asked if he would make that denial under oath, he said: "100%". He's a leaker", Trump said of Comey, adding, "We were very, very happy and, frankly, James Comey confirmed a lot of what I said. President Trump, however, refused to say whether his private conversations with Comey were taped. On Twitter Mr Trump branded Mr Comey a "leaker" who could not be trusted.

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  • Oregon will offer gender-neutral option on driver's license

    Oregon will offer gender-neutral option on driver's license

    Whereas gender on licenses is usually marked with an M or F, or residents now have the option of marking X to indicate not specified, which includes being non-binary. As OPB's Kristian Foden-Vencil reported a year ago, several other countries recognize a third gender, including India, Pakistan, Australia and Germany.

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  • New York City deli clerk gets jaw broken in avocado attack

    New York City deli clerk gets jaw broken in avocado attack

    The bodega clerk's jaw was broken in the attack along with other bones in his face, police said. The clerk was last listed in serious, but stable, condition. "I don't know, what I say man, this action that he do is not normal". Both suspects were described as being between 25 and 30 years old, 5-foot-7 to 5-foot-10 and 170 to 190 pounds.

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  • Sessions to appear before Senate intelligence committee

    Sessions to appear before Senate intelligence committee

    Comey , in his highly anticipated testimony about his firing by President Donald Trump , seemed to suggest the attorney general had an undisclosed Russian Federation problem. Former FBI Director James Comey raised additional questions at a hearing on Thursday, saying that the FBI expected Sessions to recuse himself weeks before he actually did.

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  • US Supreme Court strikes down gender differences in citizenship law

    US Supreme Court strikes down gender differences in citizenship law

    The Supreme Court today ruled that one of the last remaining federal laws treating men and women differently violates equal protection. Justice Clarence Thomas, joined by Justice Samuel Alito, concurred only in the court's judgment that Morales-Santana should not be able to get the relief he sought - citizenship by applying the one-year rule for unwed mothers to fathers.

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  • Qatar tells Gulf residents they are free to stay

    Mohammed al-Sada said in a statement: "circumstances in the region shall not prevent the state of Qatar from honouring its global commitment of cutting its oil production". The statements carried by their official news agencies did not specify what services the hotline would provide. The decision will come as a relief to the more than 11,000 people from Saudi Arabia, the UAE and Bahrain living in Qatar.

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  • California sixth-grader wins National Spelling Bee

    California sixth-grader wins National Spelling Bee

    After three straight years of ties, the bee added a tiebreaker test this year, and it looked like it might come into play as Ananya and Rohan duelled for almost 20 rounds. "And reading, of course". As the rest of her family joined her, the new champ finally let her happiness show. It was not long, however, before she was foiled by the word saccharomycete, a yeast fungus, and fell out of the competition.

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