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BCA Identifies Witness at Scene of Damond Shooting


She said Thursday she had been on personal time and was in touch with her command staff. Harteau was out of the city on personal time for almost a week following the shooting Saturday night of Justine Damond. "I personally believe we should have greater oversight of the police department", council member Andrew Johnson said. "We absolutely need a new Mayor who can work with a new police chief", said Alondra Cano. Read More »

Trump Spokesman Sean Spicer Resigns From White House


He told CNN on Friday that he resigned out of a desire "to give the President and the new team a clean slate". Spicer, a former spokesman and strategist from the Republican National Committee , will remain at the White House through August, he said . Read More »

CBO says 32 million uninsured if Obamacare is repealed


The Senate version of an overhaul of the ACA effectively died late Monday when two more Republican senators came out against it. The amended version of the Republican healthcare plan would lower the USA federal budget deficit by $420 billion, but will result in 22 million people losing health insurance coverage in the next decade, the Congressional Budget Office (CBO) said in a report on Thursday. Read More »

Trump announces nominations for 3 USDA posts


Clovis is now the senior White House adviser to the USDA. Randy Kron, President of Indiana Farm Bureau, said McKinney is a great pick for the newly created trade position, "Having Ted McKinney as an advocate on trade for agriculture is a major positive". Read More »

Shankarsinh Vaghela quits Congress; unlikely to join BJP


Vaghela has been sulking for a very long time and raising dissident voice within and outside the Congress party for a long time. Speaking primarily in Hindi, instead of Gujarati, Vaghela said he was instrumental in bringing Prime Minister Narendra Modi and Anandiben Patel in to mainstream political arena. Read More »

President Trump frustrated by continued 'witch-hunt' of Russian Federation probe: White House


For more news, visit Bloomberg . An astonishing interview with The New York Times is still reverberating through Washington: He said he would have picked a different attorney general other than Jeff Sessions . Dowd denied reports that Trump is looking to highlight potential conflicts of interest on the special counsel's team. The Justice Department's 17 May order to Mueller instructs him to investigate "any links and/or coordination between the Russian government and ... Read More »

Vladimir Putin off-limits in Hollywood due to Russian hacking concerns

The US and Russian Presidents met officially for more than two hours at the G20 summit in Hamburg and were seen having a brief handshake earlier the same day. The subject, Mr Trump said, was "adoption". "When President Trump spoke to President Putin, the two leaders used the Russian translator, since the American translator did not speak Russian", the White House said. Read More »

Pak again violates ceasefire in JK's Nowgam sector


This is the second ceasefire violation in the state within 12 hours. India on Thursday accused Pakistan of deliberately targeting Indian civilians and schoolchildren along the Line of Control in Jammu and Kashmir , IANS reported. Pakistan and India had declared a ceasefire along the LoC, the de facto border which divides Kashmir between them. Earlier, Pakistani troops violated ceasefire along the Line of Control in north Kashmir's Nowgam sector for the third consecutive day and in ... Read More »

Trump's remarks on Akie Abe's English called into question


Trump was interviewed by The New York Times , and in that interview , he said he went to talk to Putin because he had been seated next to Japanese First Lady Akie Abe , who Trump claimed didn't speak a single word of English . Mrs. Abe , who is from a wealthy Japanese family, used to work as a DJ in her home town of Shimonoseki. The Washington Post carried a more analytical story Thursday, pointing out that Akie Abe was consulting a script in the video, and quoting several ... Read More »

Sarah Sanders replaces Spicer as press secretary


News of Spicer's exit exploded on Twitter Friday, with many speculating about what's next for the former Trump administration official. He says in a tweet that he will continue his service through August. Spicer has always been a fixture of the Washington political establishment, previously serving as the spokesman for the Republican National Committee. Read More »

Immigrant advocates convene in New Mexico amid uncertainty


That puts so-called Dreamers ― young undocumented immigrants who came to the children ― in an even more tenuous position than they were in already under a president who has promised to ramp up deportations. They must also undergo a background check, show proficiency in English, and pay a fee. Those convicted of a felony or other serious crimes would be ineligible. Read More »

Protesters greet Speaker Ryan at MA stop


New Balance was founded in 1906 in Boston, where it remains headquartered. On Tuesday, Speaker of the House Paul Ryan, R-Wis., spoke about his concerns amid the latest GOP health care bill's collapse. Rob DeMartini, president and CEO of New Balance, emphasized that the tax plan is "revenue neutral" and not about redistributing dollars. "Our tax-writers are running their numbers to look at how can we get these rates as low as possible", he said. Read More »

U.S. will not pay Pakistan for military reimbursements this year: Pentagon


Pakistan has already been reimbursed $550 million for operations against other terror groups during 2016. In announcing the nomination, a White House statement said over the past decade the ambassador has supported "efforts to mobilize allies and marshal resources to combat terrorism and instability in Iraq, Syria and Southwest Asia". Read More »

Qatar's ruler - time to resolve differences in talks


The Minister's response was given amid the boycott imposed by four Middle East countries on Qatar. This was immediately welcomed by UAE Foreign Minister Anwar Gargash, who said on Friday through Twitter that Qatar's decree to amend the law on combating terrorism was "a positive step". Read More »

US Government Issues Full Travel Ban to North Korea


The "serious risk" of further detentions prompted Secretary of State Rex Tillerson to authorize "a geographical travel restriction on all US citizen nationals' use of a passport to travel in, through, or to North Korea ", State Department spokeswoman Heather Nauert said . Read More »

O.J. Simpson gets parole


Simpson release from prison . O.J. Simpson will be a free man as of October. Simpson , 70, spoke from Lovelock via video link and the four members of the seven-member board considering his parole, were in Carson City Nev. "I've done my time", he said . "As his daughter, I can honestly say, my dad recognises that he took the wrong approach, and could not handle the situation. Read More »

Palestinian shot dead in attempted stabbing attack in West Bank

Associated Press footage shows police throwing stun grenades to disperse protesters in Ras al-Amud, a neighborhood in the eastern part of the city. The site was the epicenter of last week's terrorist attack , in which three men between the ages of 19 and 29 attacked Israeli police officers and carried out a gun battle with security forces before being killed. Read More »

Police search for suspect in two fatal MI shootings


Patten is believed to be driving a silver 2004 Chrysler Pacifica with MI license plate CLN 8244. One of the front tires is a full-sized spare. The first-arriving officers found a 31-year-old woman in a mobile home who had been shot and was not breathing and immediately began CPR. Read More »

Quake of 6.7 magnitude hits off Turkey's western coast - seismological center


The 6.7-magnitude quake was centred 6 miles (10 kilometres ) south of Bodrum, Turkey, and 10 miles (16 kilometres ) east-northeast of Kos about 1:30 a.m. There were no immediate reports of damage or serious injuries. It was followed by several less powerful aftershocks. A major quake has rocked the West Coast of the country of Turkey. Read More »

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They may also be used to assist the trader figure out proper support and resistance levels for the stock. The legal version of this report can be viewed at Read More »

Suspension dropped for UCF student who graded ex-girlfriend's apology letter


UCF suspended Lutz for violating UCF policy on students who break local, state, and federal law, following a cyberbullying complaint filed by the ex-girlfriend to the Volusia County Sheriff's Office. "Mr. Lutz continues to be humbled and thankful for overwhelming support he has received from all over the world". UCF spokesperson Courtney Gilmartin told the Miami Herald Wednesday that the appeal was still under consideration. Read More »

Mind games, Federer tips as British Open begins


Mark O'Meara, the 1998 British Open victor at Birkdale, struck the first shot of the tournament with his 6:35 a.m. tee time Thursday. 'It was awesome, ' Poulter said of his reception on the 18th as he completed his lowest ever opening round in a major at the 54th attempt. Read More »

Stephen Colbert Experiences Life Of Nets Owner Mikhail Prokhorov


Colbert donned a Shakespearean collar, picked up poor Yorick's skull, and ran with it. For day three of " Russia Week" on The Late Show , Stephen Colbert visited Mikhail Prokhorov - the Russian billionaire who owns the Brooklyn Nets - to gain a better understanding of power in a country ruled largely by a small cadre of the uber-rich. Read More »

Thai general guilty in mass trafficking case


The trial started in 2015, following the discovery of a shallow mass grave in Thailand's southern Songkhla province, where two dozen bodies were buried, The Guardian reported . Thailand has always been a source, destination and transit country for men, women and children smuggled and trafficked from poorer, neighboring countries, including Cambodia, Laos and Myanmar, to Thailand or further afield, often to work as laborers and sex workers. Read More »