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An Arkansas prison inmate recaptured after 32 years


A man on the run for more than three decades is back in custody, according to the Arkansas Department of Correction . A PRISON inmate in the U.S. She added that he has not been in trouble since he got out, and that "he's a good person". Special Agents of the ASP Criminal Investigation Division have begun to question individuals who may have known Dishman by another name. Read More »

Trump attacks Obama's handling of Russian meddling

Last August, three months before the American vote, the Central Intelligence Agency concluded that Russian President Vladimir Putin had directly ordered a cyber campaign to discredit the presidential election and to defeat or at least damage Clinton, thereby helping Trump win. Read More »

Boston visitors hurt in New Orleans attack; 1 hospitalized


Paul, the suspect who has been arrested, is the one who knocked the victim to the ground, then went back to the victim a second time while he was unconscious on the ground. Nonetheless, Gernon acknowledged the severity of Saturday's violence, saying that Paul and the others would be booked on second-degree robbery, an offense that can carry up to 40 years in prison. Read More »

Pharmacy Boss Barry Cadden Gets Nine Years for Deadly Meningitis Outbreak

A dozen victims who were sickened or lost loved ones have asked a MA judge to give a pharmacy co-founder the harshest penalty allowed under the law for a deadly 2012 nationwide fungal meningitis outbreak. Indiana, Michigan and Tennessee were hit the hardest. The case focused attention on compounding pharmacies, which differ from ordinary drugstores in that they custom-mix medications and supply them directly to hospitals and doctors. Read More »

US mayors back plan for cities to use only renewable energy


Miami Beach Mayor Philip Levine says, along with the state, the city is spending some $25 million to fix that. The conference supported the Paris agreement, and according to preliminary results released Saturday from an ongoing nationwide survey, the vast majority of US mayors want to work together and with the private sector to respond to climate change. Read More »

Girl's actions caused her to fall from NY park ride


Many onlookers shouted in worry as it looked like she could fall to the ground. Winchell says she caught the girl's head and they all tumbled to the ground. The teenager was treated at Albany Medical Center for various unspecified injuries and her name was not released by police. She was treated at the park, then taken to an area hospital. Read More »

Teen hurt after dropping from ride at Six Flags

Howard did just that after the girl wiggled free, hit a tree , and fell more than 20 feet into his arms. "You should be right underneath to catch her", advises a woman to the growing crowd. "We were in the right place at the right time". After the incident investigators assisted by park personnel inspected the ride and the vehicle the teen girl had used and discovered that everything was in proper working order. Read More »

Options for Supreme Court on Trump travel ban

Also expected in the next few days, though there's no deadline by which the court must decide, was a ruling on whether to allow the administration to immediately enforce a 90-day ban on visitors from six mostly Muslim countries. The March order was meant to overcome the legal issues posed by the original January ban, which also included Iraq among the nations targeted and a full ban on refugees from Syria. Read More »

Girl's actions caused her to fall Great Escape ride

The two took the brunt of the girl's fall, tumbling to the ground themselves after the catch. One of the men who caught her, 47-year-old Matthew Howard Sr., was treated for a minor back injury. Steve Stockdale said the girl had slipped underneath the restraint bar on the ride. A spokesperson for the park said: "There does not appear to be any malfunction of the ride, but we have closed the attraction until a thorough review can be completed". Read More »

Donald Trump denounces 'single greatest witch hunt in American history'

The statement came as word surfaced that Mueller is now reportedly looking into the finances and business dealings of Jared Kushner, President Donald Trump's son-in-law and adviser. Above all, the Washington Post report concurred on Wednesday night, clarified that Dan Coats (Director of National Intelligence), Mike Rogers ( National Security Agency Director) and Richard Ledgett (previous NSA chief) are being talked about this week. Read More »

Details on the dangers of Rep. Steve Scalise's injuries


After accepting it graciously, Barton cracked, "Next year we won't be so nice". Rep. Steve Scalise is still in critical condition , but his health is improving, the Congressman's surgeon said two days after Scalise was shot at a practice for the Congressional Baseball Game . Read More »

Qatar CDS hit 1-year high after ultimatum issued


The U.S. says some of the demands by four Arab countries as conditions to lift the sanctions over Qatar would be hard for Doha to meet. Tillerson called on all parties to lower their rhetoric and to seek unity in the fight against terrorism . Read More »

Northern Ireland band Beoga join Ed Sheeran on Glastonbury stage


He added: "And it was a big one". "We loved his rapping - he's a lyrical genius". The singer-songwriter closed the annual festival on Sunday (25 June) by belting out tracks including Castle On The Hill , Thinking Out Loud, Bloodstream and You Need Me on the iconic Pyramid stage . Read More »

Tulsa Gas Prices Drop In Time For Holiday Travel


Florida is starting the summer with gas prices continuing to drop across the state, a new AAA study finds. The statewide average of gas is about $1.99 per gallon, which is 12 cents cheaper than it was one year ago , according to AAA. Petersburg-Clearwater market having an average of $2.10, Orlando at $2.13 and the Bradenton-Sarasota-Venice region at $2.17. AAA collects data from credit card swipes and direct feeds from 120,000 gas stations nationwide, in partnership with OPIS and Wright ... Read More »

Trump May Face Lawsuit For "Unprecedented Constitutional Violations"


The Justice Department on Friday argued in the other emoluments lawsuit filed in January that the plaintiffs lacked legal standing to sue because they can not allege enough specific harm caused by Trump's businesses. To fully know the extent of Trump's constitutional violations "we'll need to see his financial records, his taxes that he has refused to release", they said. Read More »

Democrats may benefit from gerrymandering — AP analysis

On average, Republicans in Utah won 64% of the vote but captured 83% of the state House seats up for grabs. Traditional battlegrounds such as Michigan, North Carolina, Pennsylvania, Wisconsin, Florida and Virginia were among those with significant Republican advantages in their US or state House races. Read More »

BMW X3 First Look


Along with the leaked photos there are also some details about the model range which will include an xDrive20d, an xDrive30d and an M40i. This model can reach 60 miles per hour in just 6.0 seconds with the help of a standard 8-speed automatic transmission. Read More »

Kellyanne Conway Humiliates Herself With A Huge Lie About Trumpcare Medicaid Cuts

Just a day before, Conway, making the rounds on the Sunday talk shows, said that there would be no cuts to Medicaid. "We're talking about in the future", Conway said. "What is Sen. Durbin doing?" she said. If you're able-bodied and you would like to go and find employment and have employer-sponsored benefits then you should be able to do that. Read More »

White House says Trump tweet meets Comey tapes records request

The president is now facing an investigation into whether he obstructed justice with his firing of Comey. Trump's new argument is that Comey told the truth under oath, but only because the president - the strategic mastermind that he is - tricked him by publishing a deceptive tweet about tapes that don't exist. Read More »

President Trump Says He Doesn't Want a 'Poor Person' in Cabinet Role


Cellular Center here. Does that makes sense? As part of an airing of grievances in Iowa , Trump told a story about how someone asked him why he has appointed billionaires Wilbur Ross and Gary Cohn to positions overseeing the economy - Secretary of Commerce and chief economic advisor, respectively. Read More »

Gloria Allred to Bill Cosby: "Round 2 is coming"


Cosby's power is back", Wyatt said after leaving the courthouse. The judge told the jury that 'they have worked so hard'. It's "one of the most courageous acts I've ever seen in the justice system". He found success with his "Fat Albert" animated TV show and starred in commercials for Jell-O pudding. The controversy played a role in a federal judge's decision in 2015 to unseal parts of a deposition Cosby had given almost a decade earlier as part of a lawsuit Constand filed against him ... Read More »

GOP Sen Cassidy on Health Care Bill: 'Right Now I Am Undecided'

McConnell has said he was willing to make changes to win support, and in the week ahead, plenty of backroom bargaining is expected. "It is obstruction", Trump said , as he singled out top Senate Democrat Chuck Schumer for attack: "I saw Senator Schumer criticising the bill a couple weeks ago and he had no idea what was in the bill". Read More »

Teen Girl Falls Off Ride At Six Flags, Somehow Is Barely Injured

Six Flags employees tended to the girl before emergency crews took her to Glens Falls Hospital and then flew her to Albany . The unidentified 14-year-old girl from Greenwood, Delaware, was taken to Albany Medical Center in stable condition with no serious injuries, the Warren County Sheriff's Office said. Read More »

TX: 4-Year-Old Girl Dies in Boat Crash


According to the jail, charges are pending for Bernal, but he is being held on a third-degree felony. Temple Police say the girl was caught in the propeller of the boat and when her father tried to save her, his legs were severed in the process. Read More »

Senate passes Russian Federation sanctions bill, pushing back against Trump

A senior administration official said the White House is unhappy with measures in the Senate bill created to limit Trump's ability to ease the sanctions without congressional approval. U.S. Senator Bob Corker , chairman of the Senate Foreign Relations Committee, Wednesday released the following statement after the Senate overwhelmingly passed an amendment to strengthen and expand current U.S. Read More »

Judges Rule 'Making a Murderer' Confession Was Improperly Obtained

Many other factors and passages support the state courts' view that overall, the confession was voluntary. The 27-year-old - who featured in the popular Netflix show - was 16 and mentally impaired when he told police under interrogation that he helped his uncle Steven Avery rape and kill photographer Teresa Halbach . Read More »

Trump coaxing Senate health bill holdouts to get in line


So far, five Republican senators have announced they can not support the bill as drafted: Dean Heller of Nevada, who says the measure cuts coverage too deeply, and four conservatives - Rand Paul of Kentucky, Ted Cruz of Texas, Mike Lee of Utah, and Johnson - who say it does not do enough to lower costs. Read More »

SpaceX nails two rocket launches in one weekend

The recent launches of the aerospace company is the second of the eight missions, the first launch wrapped up in January. The latest event comprised of 10 new satellites for Iridium that will uplift Iridium's NEXT constellation mission. Read More »

F-16 Thunderbird crashes, flips over at Dayton International Airport

Erik Gonsalves, from the aircraft about an hour and a half after the crash. Authorities say a military jet apparently practicing for an OH air show has been involved in an accident. The F-16 Thunderbirds were participating in a familiarization and training exercise in preparation for the Dayton Air Show this weekend. Authorities say a military jet apparently practicing for an Ohio. Read More »

Five GOP senators now oppose health bill-enough to sink it

Harris, however, said the cut to Medicaid funding isn't, strictly speaking, a cut at all. The Congressional Budget Office is expected to release its score of the bill early next week, estimating how many millions of Americans stand to lose their insurance. Read More »

Girl survives 7.5m fall from NY amusement ride

I don't recall it being necessarily scary or unsafe, and indeed, and every ride inspected at Six Flags Great Escape passed its most 'recent state inspection (though nothing labeled "sky ride" appears in the list of rides actually inspected). Read More »

Ex-Officer Found Not Guilty After Fatally Shooting Sylville Smith

Dominique Heaggan-Brown, the former officer, was charged with homicide late past year for fatally shooting Sylville K. Smith , who fled from a traffic stop in August 2016. Heaggan-Brown's attorneys argued the encounter that unfolded over 12 seconds forced the officer to make a split-second decision to defend himself. Read More »

Pyongyang urged to free Americans, South Koreans


North Korea has vowed to continue developing its defensive capabilities amid the reclusive country's concerns the US and South Korea will start a war. He also mentioned the death of Otto Warmbier, saying the "international community is outraged over the incident". Last week USA student Otto Warmbier died just days after being released from a North Korean prison, having spent 17 months in a North Korean jail. Read More »