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US congressman undergoes another operation after shooting

Later, the crowd burst into applause as Capitol Police Officer David Bailey - who was injured as he pursued the shooter - hobbled to the mound on crutches and tossed the ceremonial first pitch. "We lo...

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How to watch Thursday's Congressional baseball game

U.S. Capitol Police officer David Bailey, who was wounded in the shooting while protecting members of Congress, threw the first pitch. Congressman Steve Scalise remains in critical condition ...

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Jason Miller Gets Into Tense Exchange Over Calling Kamala Harris 'Hysterical'

Jason Miller Gets Into Tense Exchange Over Calling Kamala Harris 'Hysterical'

But twice now, Harris has been interrupted and chastised by male senators for her style of questioning during the hearings. From the start of Harris's testimony, she seemed intent on keeping ...

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Gun used in Scalise shooting was legally purchased assault rifle

Gun used in Scalise shooting was legally purchased assault rifle

He had been a vocal opponent of the Republican Party . He also had an active presence on social media, including posts that Reuters described as "raged against Republican U.S. ABC News reporte...

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Governor allows gun ban to become law

Governor allows gun ban to become law

Some members of the Legislature, even those who voted for the school funding bill, expressed concern that it wouldn't be found compliant with the Kansas Constitution. Under the bill, the state's psych...

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Trump and aides turn their fire on former Federal Bureau of Investigation director James Comey

Trump and aides turn their fire on former Federal Bureau of Investigation director James Comey

Trump also denied that he asked Comey for a loyalty pledge, asking "who would ask a man to pledge allegiance under oath?" He said he began writing memos after his meetings with Mr Trump because he w...

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Reward at $130000 for escaped Georgia inmates

Officers have recovered the Honda Civic the pair carjacked after Tuesday's killings . Shots were fired on the officers, but deputies did not return fire, Rutherford County Sheriff Michael Fitzhugh ...

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Mueller's Russia Investigation Now Targeting Jared Kushner

Kushner , Donald Trump's son-in-law and one of his favored advisers, as well as other business associates close to the president and his campaign are being looked into by Mueller, anonymous sources to...

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Donald Trump blasts obstruction of justice probe reports as 'phony'

Donald Trump blasts obstruction of justice probe reports as 'phony'

After meeting with Mueller in a classified session, the leaders of the Senate panel indicated that their inquiry would steer clear of obstruction of justice to focus instead on Russian Federation medd...

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A wet/cool Friday, then a warm/muggy weekend!

A wet/cool Friday, then a warm/muggy weekend!

So, Tuesday may have the greatest coverage of storms in the afternoon and early evening. Showers and thunderstorms are possible almost any time during the day. Cloudiness and showers associated with...

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US revokes blocked program to protect immigrant parents

But, so far, most immigrants protected by the effort have not been targeted by stepped-up efforts to find and deport immigrants living in the country illegally. However, President Donald Trump has v...

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'Detestable Lie': Sessions Says He Didn't Collude With Russians

In his testimony on Tuesday, Sessions addressed media reports that he may have had a third previously undisclosed meeting with Kislyak at Washington's Mayflower Hotel previous year. Martin Heinr...

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Trump dismisses 'leaker' James Comey's version: 'I didn't say that'

Trump dismisses 'leaker' James Comey's version: 'I didn't say that'

The Utah senator also told ABC News Chief Anchor George Stephanopoulos on "This Week" Sunday that he hasn't seen "even a scintilla" of evidence of collusion with Russian Federation by Trump associ...

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Mueller investigating Trump for possible obstruction of justice

Director of National Intelligence Dan Coats , National Security Agency Director Adm. Mike Rogers and Rogers' former deputy, Richard Ledgett , agreed to be interviewed as part of Mueller's investig...

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Judge reaches verdict in Michelle Carter trial

If she is convicted, Carter, now 20, can be sentenced to up to 20 years in prison. The judge will issue his decision at 11 a.m. If Moniz finds Carter guilty, it could set a legal precedent in MA, as...

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Why Bill Cosby Apologized To His Accuser's Mother

Constand testified this week she rejected Cosby's advances and would have fought him off again had the pills not left her paralyzed and semi-conscious. Bill Cosby is all smiles as he walks out of c...

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Missouri Senate panel advances abortion regulations

Missouri Senate panel advances abortion regulations

That comes after a federal judge ruled in April that the state's abortion clinic safety law is unconstitutional - a ruling the governor argued "weakens" health standards in abortion clinics. District ...

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Virginia Shooting Forces Lawmakers to Rethink Their Security

Virginia Shooting Forces Lawmakers to Rethink Their Security

House Democratic leader Nancy Pelosi said Thursday she favors more money for the U.S. Capitol Police, which is seeking an 8 percent increase to almost $427 million for next year. The others wounded ...

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Trump attacks obstruction of justice probe by former Federal Bureau of Investigation chief Mueller

Accusations of obstruction arose last month when Trump fired FBI Director James Comey. Comey said he believed Mueller would look into Trump for obstruction of justice. The White House now refers all...

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Officer who killed black motorist to take the stand

The jury includes three alternates, but it's not clear who the alternates are. Castile died, insisting that he hadn't been reaching for his handgun. “I believe wholeheartedly he saw that gun, ” Dutt...

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