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St. Anthony Police Department officer Jeronimo Yanez , who was charged with second-degree manslaughter, was covered nationally and led to weeks of protests in St. The defense said that Yanez, 29, reacted to the presence of a gun and was trained to preserve his own life in the face of imminent danger, pointing out that traffic stops are unsafe and officers need to think quickly.
  • DUP reaches 'outline agreement' with Theresa May as talks continue

    DUP reaches 'outline agreement' with Theresa May as talks continue

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    She failed to express contrition for her gamble that spectacularly backfired, but newspaper headlines reflected the sense that she has been deeply wounded. Pressed if he was being clear that the United Kingdom will leave the European Union , he said: "Absolutely". Some Tories, including the party's Scottish leader Ruth Davidson, are unhappy about a deal with the DUP because of the party's opposition to gay marriage and abortion and other policy clashes with the Conservatives .
  • Shark Attack Bahamas: Mom Loses Arm

    Shark Attack Bahamas: Mom Loses Arm

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    Tiffany Johnson and her husband made a decision to go snorkeling in a shallow reef on their last stop of a cruise last week, WTVD reported . Her husband jumped in to help when he heard a scream. After doctors in the Bahamas were able to stop the bleeding, the couple were stuck in the Bahamas because of passport and customs issues. Though tragic, Tiffany says the story is a way to spread awareness and change people's lives.
  • Apple wants to control your music, and home

    Apple wants to control your music, and home

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    Apple is so confident in this one-two punch that they've slapped a $350 price tag on the sucker. Apple opted for an A8 chip to give the speaker its smarts , the same processor that powered the iPhone 6. "The HomePod is built to play best with Apple Music , with Siri able to answer extra contextual questions like 'who's the drummer in this?" or "when was this recorded?" for Apple's service, along with logging your tastes across devices when you say "I like this song".
  • British PM Theresa May seeks lifeline after bruising election result

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    Another minister said pro-European Tories would be emboldened to make the case for a softer deal with the European Union that prioritises the interests of businesses. Mr Kenny, who will formally retire as Taoiseach in the coming days to be replaced by new Fine Gael leader Leo Varadkar, said he spoke with Mrs May about protecting the Good Friday Agreement.
  • DUP salivating about the prospect of a hung parliament

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    With just 10 members of Parliament, the DUP doesn't wield much power on its own - but those seats, if they vote with May's party, have the power to push the Conservatives over the threshold to a functioning government. "Absolutely", 68-year-old Corbyn told the Sunday Mirror , still not giving up his dream of becoming the next British Prime Minister. "We welcome this commitment, which can provide the stability and certainty the whole country requires as we embark on Brexit and beyond", the ...
  • Al menos 12 muertos y 15 heridos en choque en Haití

    Al menos 12 muertos y 15 heridos en choque en Haití

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    En el camión de carga viajaba un número no especificado de personas y luego de arrollar a los vendedores y transeúntes, se estrelló contra el muro de un negocio. "No hemos observado esta vez inundaciones muy grandes". Los trabajos para despejar los caminos inundados están en curso y las autoridades continúan la búsqueda de 19 pescadores desaparecidos en el departamento de Grande Anse, en el suroeste del país.
  • Two Arrests in Oakland Ghost Ship Fire That Killed 36

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    Days after the tragedy, Almena apologized for the horrific fire during a freaky interview on Today , though he flinched when asked if he should be held accountable. Last month, the families added Pacific Gas & Electric to the growing list of 20 defendants, accusing the utility of failing to install separate electrical meters on the Ghost Ship and the buildings next to it as required by the state, and failing to monitor the unsafe flow of power to the buildings through the single meter ...
  • Puerto Ricans vote for statehood

    Puerto Ricans vote for statehood

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    Now Congress has to decide on whether to honor this referendum and officially recognize the island as the 51 state. While only 23 percent of registered voters cast ballots, 97 percent of the votes were in favor of becoming a USA state. The US Department of Justice in its letter pointed out that Puerto Ricans are US citizenship by birth, asking that the "potentially misleading" statement be removed.
  • Alliance with DUP could disrupt Tory pension policies

    Alliance with DUP could disrupt Tory pension policies

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    She put on a fearless face, refusing to show any contrition for the election gamble that spectacularly backfired, but observers say she has been deeply wounded. London's neutrality in Northern Ireland is key to the delicate balance of power in the province once plagued by decades of unrest. It was another humiliation for May, and a sign that the socially conservative DUP , with its strong focus on Northern Ireland's specific political complexities, will not necessarily be a compliant ...
  • Boulder weather: High of 90 today, with chance of thunderstorms

    Boulder weather: High of 90 today, with chance of thunderstorms

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    Monday night - Mostly clear, with a low around 57. Tuesday: Partly sunny, with a high near 92. Sunshine is expected to start out the new week, but the chance for showers and thunderstorms will return into the midweek. Mostly cloudy with a low around 75. Highs Tuesday will be around 80 with a possible rain shower around noon, NWS says. Mostly cloudy, with a high near 85.
  • UK Election: Shock in Britain as Conservatives lose majority

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    But the PM faced mounting calls from within her own party to resign, with Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn claiming he should be allowed to form a minority administration after making significant gains. DUP leader Arlene Foster is expected to seek concessions as well as senior positions in a new government in exchange for providing the needed seats.
  • Gas prices dip 3 cents per gallon in Rhode Island

    Gas prices dip 3 cents per gallon in Rhode Island

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    Gas price averages stood at $2.06 in Alabama Monday, $2.07 in MS and $2.08 in Tennessee . AAA says only SC at $2.01 has a lower statewide average price than Oklahoma. Huntsville- $2.08, down 2.2 cents per gallon from last week's $2.10. "Today's national average price for gasoline is the lowest for mid-June since 2005 - not an easy record to attain".
  • Labour leader Corbyn sees possible new UK election this year or next

    Labour leader Corbyn sees possible new UK election this year or next

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    Johnson tweeted that an article in the Mail on Sunday newspaper headlined "Boris set to launch bid to be PM as May clings on" was "tripe". "I couldn't think of better bedfellows than the DUP on that". But in a dramatic twist just before midnight on Sunday, Sky sources said No. 10's account of the talks had been issued in error and the DUP had not yet reached any agreement with the Tories.
  • Iran sends five planes with vegetables to Qatar

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    The sprawling compound 20 miles southwest of the Qatari capital of Doha has about 11,000 USA military personnel. Qatar has been isolated for the past week by Saudi and others over "terrorism" and because of its relatively relaxed approach to relations with Jeddah's great regional rival, Iran.
  • Tories preparing to 'prune' manifesto after failing to win majority

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    May has said she intends to stay as prime minister despite failing to win a Conservative majority in the election. At one of its most important moments in its history, the country is rudderless and facing a constitutional crisis. If the PM fails to give a convincing performance to the backbench Conservative MPs on Monday, known collectively as the 1922 committee, she could face a leadership challenge within days.
  • How Twitter reacted to the Tory-DUP government?

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    It follows the Conservatives falling short of an overall majority in the General Election . He said his party would seek to vote down May's Queen's Speech, or programme for government, when she presented it to parliament. "I genuinely think that the people of this country. have had enough of this stuff, I think what they want is. for us to get on, deliver Brexit and deliver on their priorities and Theresa May is by far the best person, and she's the best-placed person to deliver that".
  • DUI suspect jumps from interstate attempting to elude police

    DUI suspect jumps from interstate attempting to elude police

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    The Hoover Police Department reports it happened about 5:30am on I-459 southbound, at the Highway 150 overpass. Czeskleba says the driver of the vehicle, a 27 year old male, appeared to be intoxicated and was passed out behind the wheel. Czeskleba told Hoover Sun they believe the officer did what she could to control the suspect while in hard circumstances. Officers began giving first aid while waiting for paramedics to arrive.
  • UK: May set to form govt amid opposition to DUP deal

    UK: May set to form govt amid opposition to DUP deal

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    German Chancellor Angela Merkel says she doesn't expect any delays in the start of Brexit talks between the European Union and the United Kingdom despite the outcome of this week's British election. That said May had "spoken with the DUP to discuss finalizing" a deal in the coming week. Mr Fallon, who is one of Ms May's most loyal supporters, said he disagreed with Mr Osborne's description of her as a "dead woman walking" and he expected Conservative MPs to rally behind her.
  • Tom Watson - was Murdoch behind Michael Gove's Government return?

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    Despite the Conservatives' failure to win a majority that at times had seemed a formality, May has not deemed it necessary to shake up her cabinet too much and instead appears to be attempting to restore status quo ante bellum , with the only other high profile movement being the appointment of ally Damien Green as First Secretary of State (effectively Deputy Prime Minister) and the removal of Liz Truss as Justice Secretary.
  • Revés para el Movimiento 5 Estrellas en las municipales en Italia

    Revés para el Movimiento 5 Estrellas en las municipales en Italia

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    La votación se lleva a cabo desde las 7 y hasta las 23 de este domingo (5 horas menos en Argentina) y en las comunas de más de 15.000 habitantes en las que ningún candidato alcance el 50% más 1 de los votos habrá balotaje dentro de dos semanas, el domingo 25 de junio.
  • May clings to power despite election fail

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    He said: "Theresa May is a dead woman walking. It's just how long she's going to remain on death row", former Conservative finance minister George Osborne, who was sacked by May when she became prime minister a year ago, told the BBC . "We are going to put down a substantial amendment to the Queen's speech which will be the main points of our manifesto so we will invite the House to consider all the issues we've put forward - jobs-first Brexit, policies for young people and on austerity", ...
  • UK conservatives agree outline deal with DUP for support

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    Northern Ireland's Democratic Unionist Party (DUP ) agreed in principle to a "confidence and supply" deal with the Conservative Party , a Downing Street statement said Saturday. "From hubris to humiliation", said the left-leaning Guardian . The DUP's most consequential position however entails Brexit. Mrs May, who was working on putting her Cabinet together, sent Chief Whip Gavin Williamson to Belfast for talks with DUP counterpart Sir Jeffrey Donaldson.
  • Justices strike down gender differences in citizenship law

    Justices strike down gender differences in citizenship law

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    The court ruled, in an opinion (PDF) by Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg, that the law violates the equal protection clause. Now, however, laws that treat men and women differently are "subject to. Ginsburg went on to hold that none of the government's claimed justifications for the law could save it from being held to be unconstitutional. "With two million single fathers now caring for their children in the USA, it is high time that this outdated law -rooted in the stereotype that mothers, ...
  • UK Election: Theresa May obtains Queen Elizabeth II's permission to form cabinet

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    May said after a brief meeting with the queen on Friday that the Conservatives will form a new minority government with the backing of 10 MPs from Northern Ireland's Democratic Unionist Party ( DUP ). "The Conservatives have not yet broken the British system of democracy, but through their hubris and incompetence they have managed to make a mockery of it", it said in an editorial.
  • Qatar FM speaks with US Secretary of State

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    The State Department officially stated that in order to "achieve a durable solution to the conflict, the Palestinian Authority must be solvent and its institutions must function properly", justifying Qatar's assistance. Only an hour later, Tillerson sat in the front row in the Rose Garden as Trump enthusiastically embraced the move by Saudi Arabia, Egypt and others to punish Qatar.
  • Maduro pedirá ayuda al Papa por violencia en Venezuela

    Maduro pedirá ayuda al Papa por violencia en Venezuela

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    Movilizaciones similares también fueron convocadas en otras ciudades del país. El presidente Nicolás Maduro acusó el domingo a sus adversarios políticos de reclutar a niños y adolescentes para que participen en las protestas antigubernamentales que se registran casi a diario a Venezuela y anunció que solicitará la ayuda del papa Francisco para que haga un llamado al cese de esa supuesta práctica, cuyo objetivo sería utilizarlos para generar actos violentos .
  • Iran arrests 8 suspects over Tehran terror attacks

    Iran arrests 8 suspects over Tehran terror attacks

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    Two teams of attackers armed with guns and explosives targeted the Parliament building and the mausoleum in apparently coordinated attacks that occurred within an hour of each other. However, Gandhara, a news agency based out of Afghanistan and Pakistan, noted that "analysts have suggested that the group's ideology holds little appeal for Sunni Iranians, who are estimated to compose 5-10 percent of a total population of 81 million and are routinely discriminated against or harassed".
  • Trump Talks Infrastructure, Importance of Programs For American Jobs

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    We will "create new lanes of travel, commerce, and discovery, and we're going to see all the way into the future, which is going to be lovely, and. bright", he said. "Deductibles have gone insane, the costs of the plans have gone insane, and what I've done is I've absorbed most of the increases just so I can keep happy employees".
  • Hallan costales con arena y restos humanos en Sinaloa

    Hallan costales con arena y restos humanos en Sinaloa

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    Por las condiciones en las que se encontraron los restos las autoridades presumen que tengan alrededor de medio año abandonados en el lugar. Personas que se encontraban en el río bañándose dieron aviso a las autoridades, quienes a su vez alertaron al personal de la Fiscalía.
  • Reino Unido: Theresa May pierde la mayoría absoluta en el Parlamento

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    La primera ministra del Reino Unido , Theresa May , regresó a Downing Street 10 tras reunirse en el palacio de Buckingham con la reina Isabel II . Tras el fracaso de May , el líder del Partido Laborista , Jeremy Corbyn , pidió su renuncia. May , cuyo lema de campaña fue "fuerte y estable" ha sido criticada por tratar de formar una alianza con el partido ultraconservador que se opone al aborto y a los matrimonios del mismo sexo.
  • Britain votes: 6 takeaways from the UK's general election

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    And now we're going to head to the United Kingdom where the political landscape has proven to be as riveting and unpredictable as in the U.S. Last week, we talked about Prime Minister Theresa May's decision to call a snap election. Former minister Anna Soubry said Mrs May should "consider her position" after a "dreadful campaign" while backbencher Heidi Allen suggested she could be out within a matter of months, depending on the Brexit negotiations.
  • Trump Offers to Testify That Comey Committed Perjury

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    Senate Intelligence Committee Chairman Richard Burr, R-N.C., right, and Vice Chairman Mark Warner, D-Va., confer as former Federal Bureau of Investigation director James Comey testifies on Capitol Hill in Washington , Thursday, June 8, 2017.
  • Sin to say anything that lowers Indian Army's morale Jitendra Singh

    Sin to say anything that lowers Indian Army's morale Jitendra Singh

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    Gandhi said the Indian Army works for the country and there was no need for any political leader to criticise the army chief. "I wonder if this is a strategy of the Congress party , to undermine the Indian Army, weaken our institutions, which is what they do in Parliament also, you see them with sometime such sheer impunity".