Supreme Court ruling results in talc lawsuit mistrial

The only way in which the nonresidents' claims relate to California is that the marketing and promotion of the pharmaceutical was conducted on a nationwide basis: The same advertising and distribution arrangements that reached the out-of-state plaintiffs also reached the in-state plaintiffs (who plainly can sue in California courts).

Lead surgeon: USA congressman Scalise showing improvement after being shot

Scalise's surgeon says he can hope to make an "excellent recovery", despite being at risk of death when he arrived at the hospital. Scalise, 51, who represents a district in Louisiana and is the House majority whip, had previously been listed in critical condition .

UK PM May condemns 'sickening' terror attack on Muslims

Several people were seriously injured when the van the suspect allegedly drove ploughed into them as they left the mosque in north London shortly after midnight on Monday. "The intention is the same, to divide communities, to make us stop leading the lives that we do", he said. It is not known if his death was caused by the attack , police said.

A Perfect Circle to Play Wolstein Center in November

A Perfect Circle recently wrapped a sold-out spring tour - their first in six years - which featured new songs "Feathers" and "Hourglass", according to a Rolling Stone article. A Perfect Circle released " Thirteenth Step " in 2003, featuring the band's biggest single to date, "Weak and Powerless". Nevertheless, fans of the band still have plenty to look forward to before the end of 2017, as they've just announced a fall North American tour.

White House committed to anti-Russian sanctions - spokesperson

It was introduced amid an intense focus in the USA capital on relations with Russian Federation and an investigation into whether Mr Trump's associates colluded with Moscow to influence the 2016 election. The White House didn't mention the Iran sanctions part of the bill, but did appear to be down on the Russian Federation portion, saying they believe that the existing slew of anti-Russia sanctions are already plenty.

Prosecution testimony nearing end in Cincinnati police murder retrial

Post Falls, Idaho, Police Chief R. Scot Haug, an expert in the use of force, appears on the witness stand during testimony in former University of Cincinnati police officer Ray Tensing's retrial Tuesday, June 13, 2017, in the Hamilton County Courthouse in Cincinnati.

Trump Blasts Reports That He's Under Investigation

Rosenstein, the former U.S. Attorney for Maryland, crafted a memo laying out the case for Comey's ouster soon after assuming his role as the No. 2 official at the Justice Department. The order from the general counsel for the transition team casts a wide net on documents that could shed light on ties between Trump's presidential campaign and representatives of Russia's government.

A ballgame of unity, spirit, friendly rivalry, won by Dems

House Majority Whip Scalise, 51, was shot in the hip by a rifle-welding critic of the president who sprayed bullets on U.S. lawmakers practising for an annual baseball game in the Washington suburb of Alexandria. Fox News commentator Sean Hannity watched Republicans and Democrats come together on the baseball diamond Thursday night for the Congressional Baseball Game that followed Wednesday morning's frightening shooting as the Republican team practiced at a ball field in Alexandria, ...

Senate Votes to Limit Trump's Ability to Lift Russia Sanctions

The bill as originally introduced was exclusively about slapping new sanctions on Iran. Under President Obama, top White House officials warned that sanctions would be unsafe to the legitimacy of the nuclear deal signed with Iran. Idaho Republican Senator Mike Crapo helped push legislation through the Senate Wednesday to maintain and expand sanctions against the government of Russian Federation.

US Lawmaker Steve Scalise Showing Improvement After Baseball Field Shooting

He was practicing for an annual congressional baseball game , working out with his Republican colleagues in a park across the Potomac River from the U.S. For the second consecutive day, the Louisiana lawmaker continued to fight for his life and authorities continued to investigate the shooting - and the nation braced for every update .

Trump was 'wrong' to leave climate change deal: United Kingdom minister

The top USA official at the meeting, Environmental Protection Agency chief Scott Pruitt , left the meeting after only few hours of one-on-one talks held with his counterparts from Germany, Japan , and Britain. "The transition to a low-carbon economy is on the march and it has an irreversible dynamic, including in the United States", he said in comments that played on the name of Macron's Republique en Marche (Republic on the Move) party.

AG Schmidt: Kan. lawsuit convinced Trump to withdraw Obama immigration directive

Kelly . DACA protects from deportation roughly 750,000 undocumented immigrants who came to the United States as children and allows them to acquire work permits. Donald Trump had previously promised for numerous times that he is going to put an end on two Obama memos that play a soft note with illegal immigration.

Justices take on fight over partisan electoral maps

Briefly, the Constitution has not been interpreted to prohibit redistricting with an eye toward advancing the interests of the political party in power. The court has ruled similarly on Virginia and Alabama racial redistricting plans. The case in the short term could affect congressional maps in about half a dozen states and legislative maps in about 10 states, before having major implications for the post-2020 redistricting, according to the New York University School of Law's ...

Texas woman charged in stabbing death of 4-year-old daughter

Lewis's family members said she texted several of them and confessed to hurting her daughter. No one from Timberwalk Apartments was available on Monday morning to confirm how long the family had been living there or if police had previously been called to the address.

Severe Thunderstorms Possible Monday

The storm threat could continue after midnight around the Triangle and Sandhills. Some storms could be severe, with damaging winds and heavy rain. Chance of rain is 90 percent. Saturday Night: A 40 percent chance of showers and thunderstorms. Southwest wind 3 to 7 miles per hour. Chance of rain is 50 percent. =That means we'll still have a chance for scattered showers and storms for at least the next several days.

Van plows into crowd outside a mosque in London

The crowd pulled the driver out of the van and an imam from the mosque pinned him to the ground and urged the angry crowd not to hurt him so he could be arrested. He was shot dead at the scene. Police have not yet determined whether the fatality was a result of the van attack. "He has further been arrested for the commission, preparation or instigation of terrorism including murder and attempted murder ", Scotland Yard police headquarters said in a statement .

Blue Apron launches IPO roadshow under shadow of Amazon's Whole Foods deal

It was valued at as much as $2 billion in a June 2015 private fundraising round. The valuation and the amount Blue Apron expects to raise could climb if the company decides to sell more shares or raise the price range for the stock. And stocks of food makers Conagra, Kraft Heinz and Campbell Soup, among others, also fell as investors anxious that Amazon may try to pressure these companies to sell their products for lower prices.

Castile protesters target city where officer worked

Hundreds of demonstrators gathered outside the state capitol in St Paul on Friday evening, and a series of speakers demanded justice for minorities in the American judicial system and stronger accountability measures for police. Protestors marched from the state capitol in St. Paul and, as they did a year ago, about 500 marched down the ramps onto Interstate 94, blocking traffic on the busiest traffic connection between the Twin Cities.

Bill Cosby faces retrial in sex assault case

The entertainer had no visible reaction in court. Cosby's longtime spokesperson, Andrew Wyatt, made a statement of his own, declaring that "Mr. Cosby's power is back". He co-starred in the 1960s espionage show "I Spy", the first black performer to star in a weekly American TV dramatic series. In Norristown, Pennsylvania , the jury struggled for days to agree on which version of the night in question to believe: Constand's or Cosby's.

[BREAKING] Vehicle hits people near London mosque, causing casualties

He was arrested on suspicion of attempted murder. Photographs of the white van involved in the incident in north London , which is being treated as terrorism , feature logos of Pontyclun Van Hire. The population in the streets surrounding the scene of the attack is one of the most diverse in the capital, with Orthodox Jews living alongside Muslim communities from Algeria, Somalia and West Africa in a traditionally working class district fast undergoing the effects of gentrification.

Update on the Brian Head Fire

The fire shut down Highway 143 on the second lefthand Canyon Road to the junction of Highway 148 near Cedar Breaks National Monument. About 1,000 firefighters under the direction of a regional "type-II" incident management team of specialists were expected to be on the scene digging fire lines, with about a dozen aircraft, including air tankers and helicopters, also keeping flames in check.

Steve Scalise Upgraded To 'Serious Condition' And Is Speaking To Family

It's a tradition dating back to 1909. The game was for healing. The annual charity game brings Republicans and Democrats to the field in a friendly rivalry. Democratic Rep. Mike Doyle of Pennsylvania, his team's manager, accepted the trophy, then gave it to his GOP counterpart, Rep. Joe Barton of Texas, to put in Scalise's office on behalf of the Democrats.

Russia suspends coordination with US in Syria

So when the Syrian air force bombed SDF positions Sunday, the United States came to the aid of its partners on the ground - and the Syrians have one fewer Su-22. The Pentagon said it had also made contact with Russian counterparts through a "de-confliction" channel in order to stop the attack and de-escalate the situation.

At Least 6 Injured After Ferry Crashes Into Jetty in MA

The Iyanough is a fast ferry operated by the Wood's Hole, Martha's Vineyard and the Nantucket Steamship Authority , serving a route from Nantucket to Hyannis. "Right now, our main goal is working with local agencies to get the remaining passengers ashore safely", said Coast Guard Cmdr. Last year, a Steamship Authority freight ferry collided with another ferry docked in Woods Hole when its engine stalled.

Severe weather expected to affect 60 million Americans today

Today's severe thunderstorm watch comes on top of an earlier flash flood warning for most of upstate NY. Wind gusts could reach 70 miles per hour, the National Weather Service said. Even though the system is expected to move onshore well to our west, the plume of tropical moisture associated with it could help to ramp up rainfall totals in parts of our area for the second half of the week.

UK Prime Minister calls van attack 'sickening' as investigation continues

British Prime Minister Theresa May said on Monday that she would chair an emergency meeting later in the day after police called the incident in north London "a potential terrorist attack". "Everybody was shouting: 'A van's hit people, a van's hit people.' There was this white van stopped outside Finsbury Park Mosque that seemed to have hit people who were coming out after prayers had finished", the witness said.

Trump lawyer says president not informed he is under investigation

Lowell, a prominent trial lawyer whose previous clients include Jack Abramoff, the powerful Republican lobbyist, in a corruption scandal that shook Washington in 2005". "It was 141 characters". "I can not read the mind of the special prosecutor", Sekulow said. Jay Sekulow , part of Trump's legal team, said the president was writing about reports of an investigation, not an actual probe.

'Trump under probe for obstructing justice'

On Wednesday, the Washington Post reported that Mueller was investigating if Trump obstructed justice when he fired Comey. The memo sent Thursday asks for records related to foreign travel, contacts with Russian "officials, agents or nationals" and background investigations into the top Trump associates now targeted by Mueller's probe.

Girl Who Helped Her Boyfriend Kill Himself Through Texts Convicted of Manslaughter

Carter was texting him and, despite Roy showing second thoughts and even leaving the auto at one point, she told him to get back in his truck. After his death , it emerged that Carter , then 17, had texted Roy on several occasions asking him when he was going to take his life, prosecutors said in court.

1 dead in officer-involved shooting at Magnuson Park

The children in the apartment were unharmed and police are trying to determine if they witnessed the shooting . Both officers fired their duty weapons, striking the woman . Lyles death comes just days after the officer involved in the shooting death of Philando Castile, a black man in Minnesota who was killed during a traffic stop almost a year ago, was acquitted of murder charges.

Doctor hopes Rep. Scalise can make 'excellent recovery' despite risk

CBS News chief medical correspondent Dr. Jon LaPook goes into detail about the nature of Rep. Steve Scalise's injuries. Officials at the hospital said the bullet traveled across his pelvis, fracturing bones, causing severe bleeding and injuring internal organs.

Hospital updates Rep. Scalise's condition while colleagues honor him at baseball game

Scalise underwent a third surgery Thursday and was still in critical condition in the morning at a local Washington , D.C., hospital. Like other Republican lawmakers who were on that field in Alexandria, Virginia, Scalise was preparing for the annual Congressional Baseball Game that - despite the horrific shooting - continued as scheduled on Thursday evening.

Deputy AG Rosenstein: Special counsel will have 'full independence' for Russia probe

Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein said Tuesday that he sees no reason to fire Robert Mueller , the special counsel overseeing the federal investigation into Russian interference in the 2016 USA election. Rosenstein's letter critical of Comey's handling of the Hillary Clinton email server investigation served as the Trump White House's first reasoning for firing Comey - though Trump later undercut that explanation by saying he fired Comey in hopes of ending the Russian Federation probe.

Southern Baptists poised to vote on resolution condemning the so-called 'alt-right'

The delay, according to Barrett Duke , who leads the resolutions committee, was due to the need for a redrafting away from inflammatory and broad language "potentially implicating" conservatives who do not support the so-called "alt-right".

Weapons used in Republican baseball shooting appear legally bought

The shooter, identified as James T. Hodgkinson , a 66-year-old home inspector from IL, was shot and killed by Capitol Police officers who were in Scalise's security detail. Hodgkinson, who had a history of posting angry messages against Trump and other Republicans on social media, died after being wounded by police. "As far as winning and losing, I think that's far from anybody's mind right now", he said.