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Sessions Says in Letter He'll Address Senate Intelligence Panel

He would likely face questions from senators not only about meetings with Kislyak and subsequent recusal from the federal Russian Federation probe, but also about his involvement with the President's firing of Comey last month considering Sessions' recusal from the Russian Federation investigation, which Comey had been leading.

President Trump won't say if Comey conversations were taped

Republican strategist and commentator Evan Siegfried said: "If this is a five-act play, we are not even halfway through the first act". It was a riveting, televised portrait of President Donald Trump , one unrivaled in recent memory for its potential to undermine a presidency.

Defense to call more witnesses in cop's manslaughter trial

After Yanez approached the vehicle, Castile reportedly informed the officer he had a gun permit and was armed. In the minutes after the shooting, Yanez told a supervisor variously that he didn't know where Castile's gun was and that he told Castile to get his hand off it.

United Nations expands sanctions against North Korea

The UN Security Council on Friday expanded targeted sanctions against North Korea after its repeated missile tests , adopting the first such resolution agreed by the United States and Pyongyang's only major ally China since US President Donald Trump took office, the news agency said .

Dozens of people detained by ICE agents in Metro Detroit

An Immigration and Customs Enforcement spokesman did not say how many people had been arrested over the weekend, but he confirmed that Immigration and Customs Enforcement agents had focused their attention on Iraqis. He said advocates also will be contacting politicians to fight the deportations. Nathan Kalasho, a prominent figure in the Chaldean community, says he's outraged the US government would allow Iraqi Christians to be deported to the Middle East.

Record-breaking heat hits Northeast; 97 degrees at airport

In May, Central Park recorded a heat wave, the first May heat wave there since 2001. The National Weather Service issued a hazardous weather outlook warning of high temperatures in the low to mid-90s with heat indices between 90 and 94 degrees today.

Supreme Court rules to speed marketing of lower cost biosimilars

Since the launch of Zarxio, Neupogen sales have dropped from over $1 billion, to $765 million previous year. The decision has major implications for the pharmaceutical industry because it will dictate how long brand-name makers of biologic drugs can keep near-copies, called biosimilars, off the market.

Navy SEAL killed during New York Fleet Week parachute demonstration

In April, Peters was in Gulfport as part of the Leap Frog team that jumped into Jones Park as part of the Naval Week celebration that coincided with the state's Bicentennial Celebration on the Coast. Bjoern Kils, 37, from Jersey City, who owns charter boats, was one of the spectators watching the event while he was on a boat when he witnessed three Leap Frogs jumping from a helicopter.

Donald Trump welcomes NCAA champion Clemson football team to White House

Sen. Lindsey Graham, R-S.C. (center), came to see the Tigers at the White House. 'That success is about how hard you are willing to fight in order to overcome and in order to win, ' Trump said. the Secret Service agent who greeted the team is ex-Tigers WR Kevin Youngblood - who played for Clemson in the early 2000's (and had a short stint in the NFL) before dedicating his life to protecting POTUS.

Qatar says no one can dictate its foreign policy

Additionally, Qatar Airways is now using longer routes to its European and North American destinations, including direct flights to the world's busiest global airport in Atlanta, after Saudi Arabia , the UAE and Egypt barred Qatari flights from their airspace.

Primary Election Results: Guadagno vs. Murphy in 2017 NJ Governor Race

Turnout in the Tuesday election is expected to be low, and a May poll by Stockton University found that almost a third of likely primary voters were still undecided on the candidates. He said he doesn't see her as a Christie clone but does see similarities between Murphy and Corzine. Kim Guadagno thanking her supporters during her Tuesday victory speech.

Hayley Hasselhoff blew almost twice the legal limit at time of arrest

The legal limit in California is 0.08. The 24-year-old daughter of "Baywatch" star David Hasselhoff , who has publicly battled his own issues with alcohol, blew a.14 after police found her passed out in the driver's seat of her auto in Los Angeles, reports TMZ .

Former FBI chief due to testify before the Senate Intelligence Committee

The subpoenas were announced as the special counsel overseeing the governments investigation into possible Trump campaign ties to Russian Federation has approved former FBI Director James Comey to testify before the Senate intelligence committee, according to a Comey associate.

Year Anniversary of Virginia Loving Case

The Lovings were jailed in 1958 for violating the Virginia's prohibition on interracial marriage. In 1963 they obtained help from the American Civil Liberties Union, which unsuccessfully sought to reverse their convictions in the state courts of Virginia and then appealed to the U.S.

New lawsuits to be filed against US President Donald Trump

The clause prohibits the president and other government employees from accepting foreign gifts and payments without congressional approval. The first was filed in January by Citizens for Responsibility and Ethics in Washington , a D.C. He told the company in a letter last month that Trump should either divest his ownership or get permission from Congress to accept all sources of foreign money if it's too hard to identify those payments.

Lawsuit: Trump violated constitution with foreign hotel stays

Frosh told the Post that the emoluments clause mandates that "the president put the country first and not his own personal interest first". "Mr. Trump is unique in American history in violating the emoluments clause", Frosh said. "We have a duty to enforce the law and that's why we are taking action today", Racine added. White House press secretary Sean Spicer noted that response at a White House press briefing Monday.

Woman who accused Bill Cosby of sex assault lied: defense attorney

McMonagle also questioned why Constand would continue spending time privately with Cosby even after he made sexual advances that she said she rebuffed. Perhaps the most controversial ruling was the inclusion of Cosby's deposition, where he admitted that he'd offered Quaaludes to women that he wanted to have sex with.

Kathy Griffin fired from CNN's New Year's Eve program

I'm a comic. I cross the line. "I cross the line". I am sorry. I went too far. It wasn't amusing. I've made a lot of mistakes in my career. On Tuesday, Shields, who is known for his provocative images, released photos he did with Griffin that immediately came under fire from people on Twitter .

Anti-Sharia rallies draw counter-protests, arrests

ACT for America , which the Southern Poverty Law Center recognizes as a hate group, was founded in 2007. The organization said it opposes discrimination and supports the rights of those subject to Shariah. In California, small but raucous demonstrations were held in a handful of cities, including San Bernardino, where a husband and wife inspired by the Islamic State group killed 14 people and wounded 22 in a 2015 shooting attack.

Another US appeals court rules against Trump's revised travel ban

Trump's administration on June 1 filed emergency applications with the nine Supreme Court justices seeking to undo two different lower court rulings that blocked his March 6 order barring entry for people from Iran, Libya, Somalia, Sudan, Syria and Yemen for 90 days while the USA government implements stricter visa screening.

Chicago girl stabbed during fight between mom, man

It is suspected to be a boyfriend, or ex-boyfriend of Stubbs' mother but has not yet been confirmed. Both Alexis and her mom chose to wait outside for the officers to arrive. Police had been searching for the mother's boyfriend for about six hours, until a detective found him hiding in a porta-potty at a nearby construction site.

Chris Christie Slams the Media: You Were 'Dying' Before Trump Came Along

While Guadagno was the leading Republican to succeed Christie in Tuesday's primary, she's had to work hard to highlight her differences with a governor whose popularity took a beating from the George Washington Bridge lane closure scandal and a failed presidential run eventually won by fellow Republican Donald Trump .

Pasadena bank robber may be responsible for other crimes

A shotgun-toting robbery suspect arrested Saturday as he fled from a Pasadena bank is now believed to be a serial bandit known to the Federal Bureau of Investigation as the "Dual Valley Bandit," linked to as many as 11 recent bank robberies in the San Gabriel and San Fernando valleys, authorities said Sunday.

Montana's Gianforte avoids jail time for reporter assault

A Fox News reporter also on the scene said that Gianforte grabbed Jacobs by the neck, slammed him to the ground, and punched him several times. But when the judge was informed by other court personnel that someone guilty of assault is ineligible for the work program, West made a decision to defer Gianforte's entire six-month sentence and impose the community service and anger-management classes instead.

Florida cites will host 'American Idol' auditions

There are also auditions in Chicago (Sept. 11) and New Orleans (Sept. 14). " American Idol " will host auditions in Charleston Aug. 25. New judge Katy Perry announced the cities and dates for this year's tour on Good Morning America Monday morning.

Two US attorney generals to sue Donald Trump

White House press secretary Sean Spicer says it's "not hard to conclude that partisan politics may be one of the motivations" in the lawsuit filed against President Donald Trump. "Mr. Trump is unique in American history in violating the emoluments clause", Frosh said. Racine and Frosh believe the tax returns will be the first step in establishing the extent of Trump's involvement in foreign business dealings, but the pair said the fight will likely end up in the Supreme Court.

US players thinking of 3 points in Mexico, not border wall

But soon Mexico were rocked by a superb strike from Bradley which stunned the Azteca arena into silence. Hector Moreno passed to Hernandez, who passed back for Herrera in the center circle. Arena said 38-year-old Tim Howard remains the Americans' No. 1 goalkeeper, but for this match he preferred Guzan, partly because Howard is coming off surgery to fix the adductor muscle in his right leg, an injury sustained against Mexico last fall that still affects his kicking.

DC, Maryland to sue President Trump for alleged breach of constitutional oath

Attorney General Karl A. Racine in a news conference on Monday. Maryland Attorney General Brian Frosh said that the lawsuit highlights Trump's failure to separate his personal interests from his presidential duties. The lawsuit argues that Trump's continued relationship with his businesses may indicate that he is making decisions with "self-interested motivations grounded in the global and domestic business dealings in which [his] personal fortune is at stake".

Maryland and DC To Sue President Trump Over Emoluments Clause

Racine said he hopes the lawsuit will prompt Republicans in Congress and Trump to take steps that the suit is asking the court to take. Trump retains ownership of his company and is to receive regular updates, the newspaper said. "The Emoluments Clauses are a firewall against presidential corruption, and the one thing we know about President Trump is that he understands the value of walls", Frosh said.

Shulkin stresses 'lot of work to do' to fix beleaguered VA

Shulkin said he still needed the Senate to pass accountability legislation that would give him broader authority, such as lowering the evidentiary standard to fire employees. Administration officials have repeatedly listed their top two priorities as rebuilding the military and taking care of veterans. Shuklin suggested more money in the budget, more accountablitiy, and new congressional laws will improve conditions going forward.

President Trump willing to testify about James Comey conversations

Trump's private attorney, Marc Kasowitz, seized on Comey's admission that he had orchestrated the public release of the information. Republicans on the committee spent most of their time trying to paint a benign picture of Trump's actions, even questioning Comey's motives.

Melania, Barron joins Trump in White House

US President Donald Trump (C), first lady Melania Trump , and their son Barron Trump walk off Air Force One after arriving at Andrews Airforce base, Maryland on June 11 2017. The couple was in the country as part of President Trump's first official foreign tour, which was to the Middle East. A former leading prosecutor in NY sparked fresh controversy last night by claiming he was sacked by Mr Trump because he refused to take an "inappropriate" phone call from the president.

Girl uses 'Hunger Games' tip to rescue friend with leg wound

According to the Gloucester Times , the girls were playing in marshland near their Rockport homes when Mackenzie George, also 12, slipped against a metal pump and cut her leg open, leaving a 10-inch long, 3-inch wide gash, gushing with blood.

Kayaker still missing at south end of Lake Tahoe

Dan Pham, 41, was last seen climbing into a kayak at Lester Beach in D.L. Bliss State Park on the western shore of Lake Tahoe about 9:15 a.m. Thursday, according to a Bay Area News Group report. El Dorado County Sheriff's deputies, as well as other agencies, teamed up with the Coast Guard but could not find Dan during their initial searches.

DC, Maryland Attorneys General to File 'Major Lawsuit' Against Trump

Democratic attorneys general in Washington , D.C. and Maryland will file a lawsuit Monday against the president alleging that foreign payments to his business violate the Constitution's emoluments clause . Mr. Trump tapped his two adult. The suit claimed the Trump International Hotel in Washington , D.C., has an unfair advantage because of its association with Trump.