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Dallas paramedic shot, suspect found dead with 2nd body

He shot and murdered the person inside before he used the gun against himself, ending his brief shooting spree. Brown was found inside his home by a police robot dead of a self-inflicted gunshot wound. Authorities said the shooting occurred near the Dolphin Road Fire Training Academy in Dallas . But some fire and EMS officials across the country worry that wearing body armor might cause medics to take unnecessary risks going into danger areas instead of waiting for police to arrive.

Acting FBI chief contradicts White House on Comey firing

In that testimony, Comey said he was "mildly nauseous" to think that he may have swung the election after coming forward days before the election to say that he was reopening the Clinton email investigation. Stone later said he wasn't the source of the stories. But Trump gave an entirely different explanation to Holt. The president fired Comey the following day.

Sean Spicer refuses to deny that Trump is taping White House visitors

In this May 12, 2017 , tweet, President Donald Trump, in an apparent warning to his fired Federal Bureau of Investigation director, said that James Comey had better hope there are no "tapes" of their conversations. The president has insisted that Comey assured him over a private dinner at the White House that he was not subject to federal investigation over alleged contacts between Trump aides and Russian Federation during the 2016 election campaign.

Protesters say Republican has 'got to go'

The mood outside the public event was hostile toward the two-term Congressman. The booing and jeering began as soon as the Pledge of Allegiance ended. Tom MacArthurs town hall in Willingboro, N.J. MacArthur, a Republican who played a key role in helping the GOP-led U.S. House pass an Affordable Care Act replacement bill planned to meet with voters on Wednesday in his first town hall since the bill passed.

US House Democrats Request Trump-Comey Dinner Tape Turned Over to Congress

Comey , who was sacked by President Donald Trump on Tuesday, was invited to speak before the committee in a closed session. A New York Times story published Thursday evening reported that Trump had asked Comey at a private January dinner to pledge loyalty to the new president.

Gillibrand urges Senate GOP to reject 'cruel' health care plan

The bill's passage has more to do with the desperate need for a Republican congressional victory than with any real compassion for the people they purport to serve. Kasich said the key to controlling health care costs is giving states the ability to negotiate drug prices and give states the ability to exclude costly medicines.

Teen shot by San Diego police had BB gun

Mike Holded said, as cited by CBS8. Both officers fired, hitting him several times. The male was transported by paramedics to Scripps La Jolla Hospital where he was pronounced deceased. It was about 3:30 a.m. Saturday morning - an unusual time for someone to be at the school, located in a wealthy San Diego community a few miles from the scenic Pacific coastline and world-famous Torrey Pines Golf Course.

Ex-Policeman Charged in Walter Scott Killing to Plead Guilty to Feds

The charge of depriving a person's civil rights carries a sentence of up to life in prison, and a potential fine of up to US$250,000 (RM1.08 million). Slager shot Scott after pulling him over for driving with a broken taillight on the morning of April 4, 2015. Muhiyidin D'Baha from the Charleston chapter of Black Lives Matter told Vice News at the time , "Right now, our number one demand is the creation and implementation of a Citizen Review Board to authoritatively deal with police ...

Trump declares James Comey 'should have never exonerated' Hillary Clinton

Trump's tweeting was a subject during a press conference Friday at which Press Secretary Sean Spicer said he was not aware of any such recordings. Trump said in an interview with NBC News Thursday that Comey told him once at dinner and twice over the telephone that he wasn't under investigation.

Chicago Police say 2 officers shot and wounded

The officers were conducting a follow-up investigation to a previous incident, but Guglielmi said they were wearing civilian clothes with vests bearing police badges. Is it a coincidence that news of another high-profile police shooting of a young black man broke on Saturday ? The officers, shot during an "encounter", were taken to Stroger Hospital in serious but stable condition.

20 attorneys general call for independent probe into Russia

Richard Burr, R-North Carolina, and Sen. Democratic Sens. Dick Durbin and Dianne Feinstein are calling on Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein to resign if no special prosecutor is named to replace ousted FBI Director James Comey in the investigation into Russia's meddling in the 2016 U.S.

Donald Trump warns sacked Federal Bureau of Investigation director James Comey against leaking to media

Instead, they said , the president fired Comey on the advice of senior Justice Department officials including Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein, who in a memo expressed concern about Comey's handling of a 2016 probe into Trump's election rival Hillary Clinton.

Sean Hannity Says He Plans to Stay at Fox News

Hannity's denial came amid reports of an alternative conservative network attempting to lure him away from Fox, as well as information about his contract which allowed him to leave the network if former Fox News chief Roger Ailes left .

With Comey Out, Acting FBI Director Faces Senate Intel Committee

A sense of uncertainty pervaded Washington as the White House struggled to explain President Donald J. Trump's sudden firing of FBI Director James Comey, who appeared to have been stepping up his probe of Trump campaign contacts with Russian Federation, the Globe's Matt Viser reports .

Trump warns ex-FBI director Comey about 'leaks' in explosive Twitter rant

President Donald Trump on Friday ratcheted-up the rhetoric against fired FBI Director James Comey, issuing a warning via Twitter to Comey that he shouldn't leak information to the media. A few weeks before the election, Trump attacked the FBI for "covering up to protect her", but little more than a week after that, when Comey reopened his investigation based on newly found emails, Trump told a campaign rally that he had "great respect for the FBI for righting a wrong".

Price: Medicaid will be more 'responsive' under GOP plan

It would dilute consumer-friendly insurance coverage requirements, like prohibiting higher premiums for customers with pre-existing medical conditions. I would suggest to you that the American people are sick and exhausted of business as usual in Washington, and they're sick and exhausted of their tax dollars going to programs that actually don't work.

Trump Says He Planned To Fire 'Grandstander' Comey 'Regardless Of Recommendation'

Mr Comey is only the second FBI director in the agency's 109-year history to be fired by a sitting president, following Bill Clinton's decision to dismiss FBI chief William Sessions in 1993 over the misuse of FBI funds. "I just want somebody that's competent", he said. During a debate previous year, Trump said that he when he calls women "fat pigs and slobs" he's only talking about Rosie .

Prez Trump To James Comey ... You're Fired!

Legal analyst Bradley Moss, who specializes in national security issues, called such an exchange "highly inappropriate" at a minimum. In his letter firing Comey on Tuesday, Trump wrote, "While I greatly appreciate you informing me, on three separate occasions, that I am not under investigation, I nevertheless concur with the judgment of the Department of Justice that you are not able to effectively lead the Bureau".

President Trump Threatens Fmr. FBI Dir. James Comey

Former Director of National Intelligence James Clapper said he does not know if there was collusion between President Trump's campaign and Russian Federation and that he was not privy to the details of the counterintelligence investigation.

Police operation underway at Paris' Gare du Nord station

Authorities gave no other details about the nature of the operation, but earlier media reports said the police were looking for three " dangerous " terror suspects as part of the operation. "There were police immediately, and a chap with his hand on his gun", Mr Phillips told AP. "As we were walking down the platform, one came down and said, 'Rapide, rapide".

SC legislature overrides gov.'s road-funding bill veto

At least $50 million of new tax revenue created by the new roads law will go to the Rural Roads Safety Program. The House earlier this year approved increasing the gas tax by a supermajority vote, 97-18. Representatives and Senators responded to the governor's statements. "The reform and the relief were essential components" to passing a veto-proof bill, said state Sen.

Man once charged in slaying of Chandra Levy is deported

Guandique was arrested in Washington D.C.in May 2001, and again in February 2002 for assault charges with intent to commit robbery. Her remains were found there the following year. Prosecutors had argued that Levy's death fit a pattern of previous attacks Guandique committed on female joggers. Levy's mother, Susan Levy, attended Guandique's initial murder trial every day.

Murray bows out as Nadal, Djokovic march on

In the year 2017, Almagro has no business defeating the world No. 2 and yet today, up 3-0 in the third, he was just a few holds of serve away. The pair served up a sizzling second set, especially in the seventh game when Nadal finally broke the Belgian for a second time in the set at the fourth attempt after sensational rallies which had spectators in the Caja Magica rising to their feet in appreciation.

Sean Spicer missing from briefings during key week for Trump

The Trump Administration defends Comey's sudden firing, which the white house now says the President had been contemplating for a while. Comey's dismissal came after he testified before a congressional panel about the FBI investigating alleged collusion between Trump aides and Moscow.

Police investigate killing of Ohio police chief, 2 others

People hug as emergency personnel arrive to the scene of a shooting outside Pine Kirk nursing home in Kirkersville , Ohio on Friday, May 12, 2017 . Police weren't immediately able to identify the gunman and were trying to determine what, if any, relationship he had with the nursing home, Thorp said.

Senate Expected to Give House Health Care Plan the Cold Shoulder

Senator Susan Collins of ME, a moderate Republican whose vote will be critical to getting a bill to Mr Trump's desk and who voiced similar concerns, said the Senate would not take up the House bill. No Democrats voted for the bill, and only 20 Republicans voted against it. Democrats, many of whom are appalled at what they believe was exclusively Republican zeal to give Trump a legislative win, say the Obamacare replacement will leave millions without insurance.

Texas Senate backs bill that could disqualify transgender student athletes

Of course, this controversial bill comes months after one transgender wrestler made headlines for winning the state championship. Because UIL rules require student-athletes to compete as the gender listed on their birth certificate, Beggs was forbidden from competing against boys.

Texas Police Officer Fired for Fatally Shooting Jordan Edwards

Police arrived at the scene to investigate an underage drinking complaint and spotted the vehicle leaving. Oliver opened fire as the teenagers were driving away . "The incident is recent and still being investigated", she said. Attorney Cindy Stormer, who is representing Oliver, declined to comment to the Dallas Morning News as the investigation is ongoing.

Trump suggests Republicans use 'nuclear option'

The administration will only be able to use the additional border security funding secured in the budget deal for the 2017 fiscal year because of an existing border fencing law passed by Congress in 2006. "There is an overwhelming majority on a bipartisan basis not interested in changing the way the Senate operates on the legislative calendar". "One of my favorites", Mulvaney said.

Confederate Statue Comes Down New Orleans

The statue was dedicated in 1911. This was the second of four Confederate monuments slated for removal in a contentious process that has sparked protests on both sides. Confederacy statues and flags have been removed from public spaces across the United States since 2015, after a white supremacist murdered nine black parishioners at a SC church.

Coroner reopens case of bullied 8-year-old who killed self

The boy then jumps in the face of another student in a "menacing manner". Nearly eight minutes later, an adult in a dark suit is seen walking over and attending to a still unmoving Gabriel. "What we are investigating is grounds to file a lawsuit and looking to see if the school district did anything to contribute to his death", Branch said.

Chelsea Manning releases 1st statement since clemency win

Chelsea Manning, the Army private who leaked a vast trove of USA state secrets to WikiLeaks, released her first statement Tuesday since being granted clemency . I imagine myself surviving and living in the skin of the person I am and who can be in the outside world, "said the woman soldier, in a statement sent by her team of defenders".

Body found in Jackie Kennedy reservoir in Central Park

The male body was apparently found by maintenance workers around 12:30 p.m. The Medical Examiner's Office is expected to assess both bodies more thoroughly in the coming days, where it will be determined whether cause of deaths was actually drowning as first thought, depending on whether the victims are found to have water in their lungs.

Sessions Orders Longer Prison Sentences, Reversing Obama-era Policy

Mr Sessions also said that "these are not low-level drug offenders we in the federal courts are focusing on". Experts estimate that state and federal governments spend $80 billion every year on "corrections" facilities and the infrastructure supporting them.

New USDA position is intended to boost agricultural trade

Groups speaking for grain and livestock producers applauded the new post of undersecretary for trade, mandated by the 2014 farm law. The new undersecretary position is a sign of Perdue's efforts to promote the US agricultural industry, even as President Donald Trump has sought to undo trade pacts that benefit it.