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GOP Candidate Don Blankenship Rips Mitch McConnell's 'Chinaperson' FamilyDon Blankenship, a Republican U.S. Senate candidate in West Virginia,


Scooter Libby prosecutor says Trump's pardon was a loyalty message to CohenOne of the prosecutors who brought the case against Scooter Libby says President Trump's pardon of the ex-top aide to former Vice President Dick Cheney sends a not-so-subtle message to potential witnesses in special counsel Robert Mueller’s Russia investigation.


Firing Mueller won't end Trump investigation, Mueller made sureRachel Maddow shows how Robert Mueller has worked with other departments and agencies in the course of the Trump Russia investigation, ensuring that even if the special counsel is fired, the elements of the investigation live on.


Dallas Officer Shot At Home Depot Dies. 2 Others Still In Hospital.A Dallas police officer has died and another remains in critical condition


13 semi truck drivers line up under bridge to stop man from committing suicideThe Michigan State Police, along with the help of 13 semi truck drivers,


Man who shot 2 police officers, 1 civilian in Dallas arrestedAuthorities arrested the man accused of shooting two police officers and a security guard, and leading officers on a massive manhunt. ABC News' Kendis Gibson reports.


Husband of Southwest incident victim speaks outThe husband of the passenger killed in the mid-air engine explosion aboard a Southwest Airlines plane tells NBC News that his late wife was constantly sending inspirational text messages to friends, spreading love and kindness.


Boeing reports jump in 1Q profits, lifts 2018 forecastBoeing reported a surge in first-quarter profits on Wednesday and lifted its full-year earnings forecast following a strong performance in commercial aviation and defense programs. The results again reflect broad health in commercial aviation as the airline industry enjoys a more stable financial period and as flying becomes much more common in the Middle East, Asia and other developing regions. A big player in China, Boeing has often been seen as vulnerable to a trade war between the United States and China, a possibility that topped Wall Street's list of worries earlier this month but has receded of late amid softer rhetoric between Washington and Beijing.


Jim Carrey Mourns Toronto Van Attack Victims With Powerful New PortraitJim Carrey's latest portrait is a haunting tribute to the victims of Monday's


U.S. Press Freedom Ranking Falls Again, Thanks To 'Media-Bashing Enthusiast' TrumpWASHINGTON ― President Donald Trump's unrelenting attacks on the free press


Trump, Macron make a show as best buds but tussle over IranWASHINGTON (AP) — With exaggerated handshakes and a pair of kisses, President Donald Trump and French President Emmanuel Macron professed a sunny, best-friends relationship Tuesday, even as the two allies strained to bridge differences over the Iran nuclear agreement, Syria and more.


Sorry, Kid: Hanging Mobiles Are Having a Grown-Up Moment


NRA members destroy products of outdoor company that cut ties with the organisationNational Rifle Association (NRA) members have been posting videos of destroying products made by Yeti after the company cut ties with the group in the wake of the Parkland, Florida school shooting. Yeti primarily makes high-end outdoors products, including iceboxes costing between $250 to $1,300 according to the Washington Post. The company had been offering NRA members a discount on its products often used for outdoor events.


Patton Oswalt Celebrates Michelle McNamara's Legacy After Arrest In 'Golden State Killer' CaseTuesday night, Patton Oswalt joined the family of his late wife, crime writer


Supreme Court clears way for Texas to execute convicted murdererThe U.S. Supreme Court denied a last-minute appeal from a Texas death row inmate on Wednesday, clearing the way for the state to execute the man convicted of firing into a children's birthday party, killing a woman and her 5-year-old granddaughter. The decision was released less than 15 minutes before Texas planned to put Erick Davila, 31, to death by lethal injection at 6 p.m. at its execution chamber in Huntsville. If the execution goes ahead, it will be the ninth this year in the United States and the 550th in Texas since the U.S. Supreme Court reinstated the death penalty in 1976, the most of any state.


George H.W. Bush said to be doing ‘much better’ after hospitalizationAt 93, the longest-living president, according to a family spokesman, is responding to treatments and appears to be recovering.


Inter-Korean summit chairs to feature disputed islandsSouth Korea has custom-made furniture for Friday's summit between President Moon Jae-in and the North's leader Kim Jong Un -- with chairs featuring disputed islands controlled by Seoul but claimed by Tokyo. One thing the rival Koreas share is a resentment of Japan, which imposed brutal colonial rule on the peninsula from 1910 to 1945, and the gesture is likely to irritate Tokyo. Japan has already lodged a strong protest over photos of a summit dessert dish which also marks the disputed islands.


Scott Pruitt Is Either A Liar Or Grossly IncompetentEarlier this month, Environmental Protection Agency Administrator Scott Pruitt


Some antidepressants may be linked to dementiaLong-term use of certain anti-depressants have been linked to dementia in a large British study, researchers said Thursday, though they could not definitively conclude that the drugs were the cause. The study in more than 300,000 people in Britain found that those diagnosed with dementia were almost a third more likely to have been prescribed so-called anticholinergic medicines to treat depression and certain bladder conditions between four and 20 years earlier. "What we don't know for sure is whether the medication is the cause" of the dementia, said George Savva from the University of East Anglia's School of Health Science.


America Must Come to Terms with Reality in SyriaThe joint attack carried out by the United States, United Kingdom and France on April 14 in Syria—targeting three sites related to Assad’s chemical weapons program—was a firm reaction and punishment for Assad’s continued use of chemical weapons against Syrian civilians. What singled out this chemical weapons attack from others Assad carried out over the past year was that it was not limited to the use of chlorine. The large number of civilian casualties and the fact that sarin nerve agent was mixed with the chlorine sparked the second military response by the Trump administration—this time together with the United Kingdom and France—with the aim of upholding the well-established international norm against the use of chemical weapons.


The Latest: Dad says 'incompetency' led to school shootingCOCONUT CREEK, Fla. (AP) — The Latest on the commission investigating the Florida high school massacre (all times local):


Trump Signals End Of The World By Chiming In On A Kanye Twitter ThreadPresident Donald Trump responded to Kanye West's recent Twitter spree,


PG&E offers new $3,000 rebate to Nissan Leaf buyersCalifornia is already by far the No. 1 state for sales of electric cars, and the state's biggest utility apparently wants to add to that momentum. PG&E (formerly Pacific Gas & Electric) announced yesterday a new $3,000 purchase incentive for new Nissan Leafs. The utility company rebate is taken off the purchase price and comes on top of a $7,000 rebate from the state and the $7,500 federal tax credit.


Authorities Confirm Arrest Of Ex-Cop In 'Golden State Serial Killer' CaseAuthorities in California have announced the arrest of a 72-year-old former


Chevron evacuates Venezuela executives following staff arrestsU.S. oil major Chevron Corp has evacuated executives from Venezuela after two of its workers were imprisoned over a contract dispute with state-owned oil company PDVSA, according to four sources familiar with the matter. Chevron asked other employees to avoid the facilities of its joint venture with the OPEC nation's oil firm, the sources said. The arrests, in a raid by national intelligence officers, were the first at a foreign oil firm since Venezuela's government launched a purge last fall that has resulted in detentions of more than 80 executives at PDVSA and business partners accused of corruption.


Philippines to deport Australian nun who angered DuterteThe Philippines on Wednesday ordered the deportation of an elderly Australian Catholic nun who angered President Rodrigo Duterte, accusing her of engaging in illegal political activities outside of her missionary work. Sister Patricia Fox, 71, who was briefly detained last week, will be the second foreigner who has spoken out recently against Duterte's policies to be expelled, as the government hits back at critics of his human rights record. The immigration service said it had cancelled the visa of Fox, who relocated to the Philippines in 1990 as a member of the missionary Sisters of Our Lady of Sion.


Mourning victims of deadly van attack in TorontoA crowd gathered late Tuesday in Toronto's North York community to pay their respects to the van victims at a makeshift memorial of roses, candles and messages of condolence.


White House Preps Spending Cuts Bill That Could Set Up Another Shutdown StandoffWASHINGTON ― Despite grumblings from corners of both parties, the White House


Would Israel Attack S-300 Air Defenses in Syria?There is no shortage of reasons to be concerned about the entangled drama unfolding in Syria, as Russia maneuvers on a shifting landscape that could see Israel and Iran collide in a direct confrontation. Commentary in The Wall Street Journal on Monday urged caution on the part of Moscow, arguing that Russia has already nudged the regional arch-enemies closer to war. A recent Israeli strike on a base in Syria which killed seven Iranians, including four Quds Force officers, might have been swept under the rug by Iran, according to the author Dennis Ross, but Russia’s decision to call out Israel for the strike has forced Iran’s hand, increasing the likelihood of retaliation to save face.


Video: Former Port Authority ethics chair swore at officersTENAFLY, N.J. (AP) — A Port Authority of New York and New Jersey commissioner caught on camera delivering an expletive-laced tirade to police officers during a traffic stop has resigned.


Toronto van attack suspect left 'cryptic message'Suspect Alek Minassian, accused of plowing a rental van into pedestrians on a crowded Toronto sidewalk, left a 'cryptic message' on social media before his attack which may provide clues to a motive. Jillian Kitchener reports.


Pit Bull Seen Clamping Down on Subway Rider's Foot in Harrowing VideoAuthorities are now searching for the dog's owner.


Photos Of Meghan Markle's Style Transformation Since Her Royal EngagementMeghan Markle may not be an official member of the royal family yet, but her


Toronto police eye deadly van attack suspect's 'cryptic message'By Anna Mehler Paperny and Nichola Saminather TORONTO (Reuters) - The man accused of plowing a rental van into pedestrians on a crowded Toronto sidewalk, killing 10 people in Canada's deadliest mass killing in decades, left a "cryptic message" on social media before his attack, police said on Tuesday. Suspect Alek Minassian, 25, was charged with 10 counts of murder and 13 counts of attempted murder in the incident. One possible clue to his motive emerged on Tuesday as Facebook confirmed Minassian wrote a post before the incident that referenced an "incel rebellion." The term is shorthand used in some online message boards for "involuntary celibacy", a loose social media movement of men who blame women for their celibacy.


Migrant caravan arrives at US-Mexican borderAround 100 Central American migrants from a caravan that infuriated President Donald Trump arrived Tuesday at the US-Mexican border, where many plan to seek asylum in the United States, according to organizers. Two busloads of migrants arrived in the border city of Mexicali -- which sits opposite Calexico, California -- and paused for a rest stop before continuing west towards Tijuana, said AFP correspondents traveling with them. The migrants are part of a caravan of more than 1,000 people that set out from Mexico's southern border on March 25.


Tesla crashes into gym, nearly hits man stepping off treadmillA man was just stepping off a treadmill when a Tesla crashed through a Florida gym.


What's For Dinner When Kim Jong Un Meets South Korean President Moon Jae-inWhen North Korean leader Kim Jong Un and South Korean President Moon Jae-in


Man shackled for days in prisoner transport van files suitMcLEAN, Va. (AP) — Edward Kovari's 18-day ordeal began Sept. 12, 2016, when some guys in a van showed up to take him from a jail in Virginia to Texas, where he was wanted on charges that he had stolen a car.


Everus EV Previews Honda's First Mass-Produced Electric VehicleThe production version will go on sale before the end of the year, but only in China.


Man in custody after 2 Dallas officers, store employee shotDALLAS (AP) — Two Dallas police officers were critically wounded in a shooting that also injured a home improvement store employee Tuesday, authorities said.


Joy Reid Doubles Down: Homophobic Posts ‘Hacked,' ‘Fraudulent’MSNBC's Joy Reid is standing by her claim that her now-defunct blog was the


This Is What Queen Elizabeth And Prince Philip's Wedding Looked LikeLong before Prince Harry and Meghan Markle, there was another royal wedding


Unjust dessert? Japan demands Koreans wipe map off summit dinner mousseJapan has demanded that South Korea rethink a mango mousse dessert it plans to serve at a North-South summit dinner on Friday which features a map of the Korean peninsula, including islands disputed with Japan, a recurring irritant for Tokyo. The mousse, subtitled "Spring of the People" in a publicity photo, features islands known as Takeshima in Japan and Dokdo in Korea, which lie about halfway between the East Asian neighbors in the Sea of Japan, which Seoul refers to as the East Sea. "It is extremely regrettable," a Japanese Foreign Ministry spokeswoman said on Wednesday, adding that Japan had lodged a protest.


US ex-cop who shot dead Australian woman to claim self-defenseA former Minnesota police officer who shot dead an unarmed Australian woman will plead not guilty and claim self-defense, according to court documents filed Wednesday. Mohamed Noor shot Justine Damond last July in the Midwestern city of Minneapolis after she called police to report a possible rape. In a court filing Wednesday, Noor's attorneys disclosed that he would plead not guilty and claim self-defense and the use of reasonable force.


James Comey defends memo release, says Donald Trump is 'just making stuff up'Former FBI Director James Comey has defended his decision to release memos about Donald Trump’s behaviour to members of the press, claiming the action was not illegal and that the president's claims to the contrary were “made up”. Mr Comey recently admitted to releasing some of the unclassified memos he had written about his meetings with Mr Trump after the president fired him last May. The release, he said, was an attempt to spark a special counsel investigation into the president’s possible ties to Russia. “James Comey’s Memos are Classified, I did not Declassify them,” he tweeted.


Syria regime strikes kill 6 civilians in south Damascus: monitorSyrian regime air strikes have killed six civilians in southern Damascus where government forces are fighting the Islamic State group, a war monitor said Wednesday. The six, including two men and their wives, were killed in the strikes on the Palestinian camp of Yarmuk late Tuesday, the Syrian Observatory for Human Rights monitoring group said. Regime strikes and rocket fire Wednesday morning targeted the neighbouring districts of Hajar al-Aswad and Qadam, the Britain-based monitor said.


Anger spreads across Puerto Rico over lack of basic servicesSAN JUAN, Puerto Rico (AP) — Puerto Rico's Senate has ordered government agencies to explain why tens of thousands of people in rural areas remain without power or appropriate shelter as anger grows about the lack of basic services more than seven months after hurricanes Irma and Maria.


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Toronto van attack suspect was student, ex-military recruitDetails have begun to emerge about Alek Minassian, who has been charged with 10 counts of first-degree murder and 13 of attempted murder for driving a van onto a crowded sidewalk in Toronto:


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