• Funeral for Bronx teen killed outside bodega
Funeral for Bronx teen killed outside bodega

Guzman-Feliz was forcefully grabbed outside the Bronx bodega and assaulted by a group of men who stabbed him repeatedly as he struggled to escape, videos show. He is charged with first- and second-degree murder, manslaughter and criminal possession of weapon. The six men taken into custody in New Jersey were all headed to court for arraignments...

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  • Bernie Sanders congratulates progressive candidates on shock primary wins
Bernie Sanders congratulates progressive candidates on shock primary wins

Democratic candidates in Crowley's 14th District are usually heavy favorites to win. "It's not about me", Crowley, 56, told his supporters. "It's about America. In an interview , Ocasio-Cortez called his absence that night "disrespectful, not just to me but to the entire community". In other races, two Republicans backed by U.S.

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  • Here are 25 names Trump could nominate to replace Justice Kennedy
Here are 25 names Trump could nominate to replace Justice Kennedy

Because the Supreme Court has a conservative majority, Kennedy's vote was precious to progressive causes. Please permit me by this letter to express my profound gratitude for having had the privilege to seek in each case how best to know, interpret, and defend the Constitution and the laws that must always conform to its mandates and promises.

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  • Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez Ran-and Won-as a Movement Candidate
Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez Ran-and Won-as a Movement Candidate

He was defeated Tuesday by Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez, who has never held elected office but who was a former aide to the late Massachusetts Sen. "It was an advantage, actually, because our community here really wanted to do something and they didn't want to feel like they were choosing organizing the campaign over choosing to comment and organize ...

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  • Migrant ship docks in Malta after days of worldwide dispute
Migrant ship docks in Malta after days of worldwide dispute

Several EU nations, including Ireland , have so far agreed to take a share of the migrants on board. The Lifeline has been stranded for days in the Mediterranean without a port to dock at after picking up the migrants in distress off the Libyan coast last week.

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  • Mom shoots man who lured daughter online, tried to break into home
Mom shoots man who lured daughter online, tried to break into home

He then attempted to enter the home, and eventually "he got a brick and attempted to break that door down", the sheriff said, adding that the "attempted to violently get inside her house". Officers later determined Skinner had attempted to force himself into the adjacent home occupied by the mother and her two children. When Skinner reached throu...

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  • Valuation of seized items subjective, says Najib Razak
Valuation of seized items subjective, says Najib Razak

Mahathir said this week it was hard to prove Rosmah's involvement as her signature, unlike Najib's, was not on any 1MDB documents. The most expensive item was a gold and diamond necklace worth $1.6m. He had been working for Najib since 2009 and owned a company which allegedly received RM2 million from Najib via SRC International, a subsidiary of ...

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  • Supreme Court Upholds Trump's Travel Ban In 5-4 Ruling
Supreme Court Upholds Trump's Travel Ban In 5-4 Ruling

Trump was quick to take to his favourite social media platform to comment on the ruling. Trump, speaking to reporters Wednesday, called Kennedy a "great justice", adding that he displayed "tremendous vision and heart". "An anxious world must know that our government remains committed always to the liberties the Constitution seeks to preserve and...

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  • Syrian army advances in southwest, U.N. says 45,000 displaced
Syrian army advances in southwest, U.N. says 45,000 displaced

A military source cited by state media said the army had seized both Basr al-Harir and Mlehat al-Atash. Now, Assad wants to end the official rebellion (which is largely unrelated to fight against ISIS and other jihadist groups) by retaking the last major rebel stronghold, the Daraa region of southwestern Syria.

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  • Couple jailed for life for French nanny murder
Couple jailed for life for French nanny murder

Kouider and Medouni were jailed by Old Bailey judge Nicholas Hilliard QC. Psychiatrists ruled that fashion designer Kouider suffers from an emotionally unstable personality disorder, which led her to believe her au pair was working with her ex, Boyzone founder Mark Walton, to sexually abuse her two children.

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  • Butchers ask for police protection from angry vegans after spate of attacks
Butchers ask for police protection from angry vegans after spate of attacks

The butchers say they are coming under "physical, verbal and moral" attack from vegans and animal rights groups, and warn that animosity against their profession is being fuelled by heavy media exposure to the anti-meat cause. Each time they smashed windows and scrawled the words "No to speciesism" on the shopfront. Martine Aubry, the mayor o...

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  • Northern California wildfire jumps single road leading to rural communities
Northern California wildfire jumps single road leading to rural communities

Tonight, Cal Fire reports that the Pawnee Fire which started yesterday has engulfed over 7,700 acres and burned 12 structures. The footage, taken at Walker Ridge and Long Valley, shows the raging fire. Bernie Deyo added "Update: #LaneFire 2,500 acres 0% contained, Red Flag conditions again tomorrow, likely California's first Campaign Fire o...

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  • Far-reaching Republican immigration bill careening toward likely House rejection
Far-reaching Republican immigration bill careening toward likely House rejection

Senate Democrats and Republicans have been exploring possible legislation to ban the separation of immigrant children from their families and require rapid reunification of children taken from their parents under "zero tolerance". In comments reported by the New York Times, Kevin K McAleenan, the commissioner of Customs and Border Protection, sa...

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  • U.S. says still working to reunite 2 053 children with families
U.S. says still working to reunite 2 053 children with families

An administration official said on Sunday 522 children were able to be reunited because their parents came back from court proceedings quickly enough that the children had not yet been transferred to the custody of the Department of Health and Human Services, where the more than 2 000 children who remain separated from their parents are now.

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  • NYPD IDs 1 of 5 suspects in mistaken-identity machete killing
NYPD IDs 1 of 5 suspects in mistaken-identity machete killing

The suspects have been identified as Danel Fernandez, Joniki Martinez, Jose Muniz, Jose Taverez, Manuel Rivera, and Santiago Rodriguez. Alvarez, who was scheduled to be arraigned today, turned himself in to NY police this weekend and has been charged with murder in the second degree, manslaughter, gang assault and assault, according to the NYPD....

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  • Singapore Revises Cost of Trump-Kim Summit
Singapore Revises Cost of Trump-Kim Summit

Last year's event was held in Kim Il Sung Square with a reported 100,000 people attending. It all culminates on July 27, which the North celebrates as the day of "Victory in the Fatherland Liberation War". The official, who spoke to a small group of reporters ahead of a trip to Asia this week by Defense Secretary Jim Mattis, did not specify detai...

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  • Migrants who 'invade' United States have no right to due process, says Trump
Migrants who 'invade' United States have no right to due process, says Trump

The border patrol took 2,342 children from their parents from May 5 to June 9, according to the Department of Homeland Security. The fact sheet states the US Immigration and Customs Enforcement agency has implemented an identification mechanism to ensure on-going tracking of linked family members throughout the detention and removal process.

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  • Federal investigators to interview Stormy Daniels about Michael Cohen
Federal investigators to interview Stormy Daniels about Michael Cohen

Daniels has said she had sex with Trump in 2006 when he was married, which Trump has denied. Cohen, whose hotel and offices were raided by the Federal Bureau of Investigation in April, paid Daniels, née Stephanie Clifford , $130,000 as part of a non-disclosure agreement about her alleged sexual encounter with Donald Trump in 2006.

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  • Dad mysteriously shot dead while camping with his 2 young kids
Dad mysteriously shot dead while camping with his 2 young kids

Near the two tents, several camp chairs - including a child-size one in purple and teal - were clustered around a fire pit. "The theory we are working with is he was shot inside the tent", Moore said. "It appears that the victim was camping at the site with family members", according to the sheriff's department. The campground itself remained c...

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  • The Red Hen tweet: A story of the incredibly shrinking President
The Red Hen tweet: A story of the incredibly shrinking President

The #resistance, of course, chided Trump for spending his valuable time jibing local restaurants. Sanders tweeted about her dismissal from Red Hen on Saturday morning, suggesting she was asked to leave the restaurant because she worked for the Trump administration.

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