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Dennis Will says his daughter Natalie Will and 12-year-old granddaughter Niah were walking into Louie's Bar & Grill Thursday night for a birthday party, when a gunman opened fire, reports CBS News' David Begnaud. At least two other people were injured in the chaos as people eating dinner inside Louie's attempted to take cover or run. Earlier this month, Oklahoma's Republican governor vetoed a bill that would have allowed adults to carry handguns without a permit , angering gun rights ...
  • NASA captures images of the lava flows in Leilani Estates from space

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    The well was successfully plugged in anticipation of the lava flow, and a second well 30.5 metres away has also been secured, according to the report. Local residents fear an explosive emission of deadly hydrogen sulfide and other gases should wells be ruptured. He said this is as close to the eruption that we could go to be safe.
  • Ireland Votes Overwhelmingly to Repeal Abortion Ban

    Ireland Votes Overwhelmingly to Repeal Abortion Ban

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    The final results confirmed what many suspected the result would be. Dawn McAvoy, a co-founder of the organisation, said she expected the police to "uphold the law, arrest those behind this stunt and seize the pills". Campaigners for change, wearing "Repeal" jumpers and "Yes" badges, gathered at count centres, many in tears and hugging each other. Jim Wells, a member of Northern Ireland's socially conservative Democratic Unionist Party, said that after the vote Northern Ireland and ...
  • Trump Administration Reaches Agreement To Save China's ZTE

    Trump Administration Reaches Agreement To Save China's ZTE

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    ZTE was banned in April from buying USA technology components for seven years for breaking an agreement reached after it violated United States sanctions against Iran and North Korea. The company has lost over $ 3 billion since the April 15th ban on doing business with US suppliers, according to a source familiar with the matter.
  • Woman slips note asking for help to get away from her boyfriend

    Woman slips note asking for help to get away from her boyfriend

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    The member of staff called police with officers arriving to arrest Jeremy Floyd , 39, at the hospital, Volusia County Sheriff's Office said . "Please don't let him know!" Volusia County Sherriff's Office in Florida said the 28-year-old woman alleged she was being held captive by her abusive boyfriend.
  • Giuliani: Briefing may prompt calls to end Russian Federation probe

    Giuliani: Briefing may prompt calls to end Russian Federation probe

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    Giuliani adds the White House may urge the Justice Department "to re-evaluate" the investigation . It's a waste of $20 million of the taxpayers' money. A congressional source familiar with the meeting said that while present, House Intelligence Committee Chairman Devin Nunes, a staunch Trump defender, did not speak at all, and that other Republicans present did not aggressively push or defend Trump's spying allegations.
  • Severe weather, flash flooding affecting Ellicott City

    Severe weather, flash flooding affecting Ellicott City

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    Ellicott City officials say Roger Carter Community Center is open for those that need a place to shelter. They're saying rescuers will come to help. Miller said no casualties have been reported as a result of Sunday's flood. One sight during the flood: a handmade, white flag hung from an upper story of a Main Street building bearing the letters SOS. Some Baltimore County roads were also flooded.
  • Flooding Slams Ellicott City, Baltimore Region; Water Rescues Reported

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    The National Weather Service said a flash flood warning has been issued for the area, calling it an "extremely risky situation" and urging motorists not to attempt to navigate flooded roads. Radar indicates 3 to 6 inches of rain has fallen in just two hours and it continues to rain heavily. Donations can be sent electronically through their website or mailed to Ellicott City Parternship, P.O.
  • Trump confirms United States officials in North Korea

    Trump confirms United States officials in North Korea

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    In a message on Twitter on Sunday, Trump said: "Our United States team has arrived in North Korea to make arrangements for the Summit between Kim Jong Un and myself". The South Korean president, who is playing something of a mediator role in the talks, was optimistic after his meeting at the weekend, his second in a month with Kim Jong Un.
  • First photos purporting to show demolition of North Korean nuclear site unveiled

    First photos purporting to show demolition of North Korean nuclear site unveiled

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    The important thing is not holding a meeting itself but becoming an opportunity to move toward the solution of the nuclear and missile issues as well as the abduction [of Japanese citizens] issue. "However, during the U.S. -South Korea summit, President Trump clearly emphasized that we may see not only the end of hostile relations but also economic cooperation if North Korea denuclearize", Moon said.
  • League boss mulls new poll to end Italy stand-off

    League boss mulls new poll to end Italy stand-off

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    On Sunday, Matteo Salvini , the 45-year-old leader of the League, suggested Italians should now go back to vote. Italy's PM-designate Giuseppe Conte said he's given up on attempts to form a government after President Sergio Mattarella rejected his candidacy for economy minister.
  • Danica Patrick's Career Ends With Crash At Indy 500

    Danica Patrick's Career Ends With Crash At Indy 500

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    She also crashed at Daytona in February and finished 35th. The "Danica Double", which Patrick dubbed her running of the Daytona 500 and Indianapolis 500 in 2018, was meant to serve as a farewell to her racing career. The Indy 500 promised the possibility of something special but in the end finished in the exact same way. "The greatest memory for me was my first Indy 500 in 2005, 13 years ago", Patrick told CBS News' Dana Jacobson .
  • Trump Has More Questions for the '13 Angry Democrats' - Cortney O'Brien

    Trump Has More Questions for the '13 Angry Democrats' - Cortney O'Brien

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    After a series of angry Saturday Twitter postings, in which he accused the Russian Federation collusion investigation of being "rigged" and claiming with no evidence that "spies" were "all over my campaign", Donald Trump took a new and surprisingly maudlin tone on his Twitter feed Sunday morning - lamenting the "young and handsome lives" that he said had been "devastated and destroyed" by what he once again referred to as the "witch hunt" of the Russian Federation probe.
  • Netherlands, Australia hold Russian Federation responsible for downing MH17 - Dutch cabinet

    Netherlands, Australia hold Russian Federation responsible for downing MH17 - Dutch cabinet

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    On Friday, citizen journalist group Bellingcat said it knew the identity of a key person of interest being sought by the Dutch-led team investigating the downing of MH17. The 2014 resolution was sponsored by Australia - which suffered one of the largest losses of life on the flight - and expressed support for the worldwide investigation efforts, as well as calling on all United Nations member states "to provide any requested assistance to civil and criminal investigations".
  • Israeli Air Force strikes Hamas positions in Gaza

    Israeli Air Force strikes Hamas positions in Gaza

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    The other they described only as a Hamas site in the centre of the strip. The Knesset reportedly convened on Thursday to discuss the bill proposed "in response to harassment by left-wing operatives of Israeli soldiers while dispersing violent demonstrations by Hamas on the Gaza Strip border", lawmaker Robert Ilatov said.
  • Travis Scott Honors Survivors Of Texas School Shooting At Houston Rockets Game

    Travis Scott Honors Survivors Of Texas School Shooting At Houston Rockets Game

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    Tayler Bingham, a friend of Ashley said, "It being the last day of school and her not being here it's just in remembrance of her". "We love you. Y'all the strongest people on this earth". Constitution. The gunman - arrested on murder charges - was identified as Dimitrios Pagourtzis , a 17-year-old junior at Santa Fe High School. The Florida incident caused a nationwide outrage and saw various youth-led campaigns for gun control including the "March for Our Lives" protest.
  • Moon urges North Korea, US to communicate ahead of Singapore summit

    Moon urges North Korea, US to communicate ahead of Singapore summit

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    Trump said meetings were ongoing and they were still "looking at June 12 in Singapore, that hasn't changed ". Trump added: "We'll see what happens". In April, Trump had stunned the world by accepting an invitation to meet Kim in an unprecedented sit-down. Moon, who returned to Seoul on Thursday morning after meeting Trump in Washington in a bid to keep the high-stakes U.S.
  • Israel Presses Washington to Recognize Golan Heights As Part of Its Territories

    Israel Presses Washington to Recognize Golan Heights As Part of Its Territories

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    Last year, Defence Secretary James Mattis had to defend the programme after then President-elect Donald Trump tweeted criticising its huge price, said to be close to $100m (£74m) per plane. We've got more newsletters we think you'll find interesting. The CEO of Lockheed Martin, which manufactures the F-35 fighter jet, is expected to speak about the importance of stealth technology in air superiority, the IAF officer said.
  • ZTE back in business in America

    ZTE back in business in America

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    The deal, arranged by the Commerce Department, requires ZTE to pay a substantial fine, hire American compliance officers and change its management team, says the Times report, which cites an unnamed source familiar with the matter. " President Trump should stop worrying about Chinese jobs, and start worrying more about American national security". ZTE shut down most of its production after the ruling was announced.
  • Abe backs Trump's cancellation of U.S.-N. Korea summit

    Abe backs Trump's cancellation of U.S.-N. Korea summit

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    But within 24 hours he reversed course, saying it could still go ahead after productive talks were held with North Korean officials. Kim Jong-Un made a conditional calling off of the summit: if the United States insisted on making North Korea give up nuclear weapons a precondition for the talks, he would not be interested in the talks.
  • Trump still sees Jun 12 Singapore summit with Kim

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    Mr Trump had rattled the region on Thursday by cancelling his meeting with Mr Kim, citing "open hostility" from Pyongyang. In this May 26, 2018 photo provided on May 27, 2018, by South Korea Presidential Blue House via Yonhap News Agency, South Korean President Moon Jae-in, left, is guided by North Korean leader Kim Jong Un , right, at the northern side of Panmunjom in North Korea .
  • Florida and MS declare states of emergency ahead of Subtropical Storm Alberto

    Florida and MS declare states of emergency ahead of Subtropical Storm Alberto

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    The storm surge watch territory is vast - Crystal River to the mouth of the Mississippi River. Although the east side of the storm isn't expected to reach Broward, Miami-Dade or Palm Beach counties, the storm's outer bands are expected to bring the area heavy rain, gusts of more than 40 miles per hour, strong rip currents and the possibility of tornadoes, according to a briefing by the National Weather Service in Miami .
  • Recently adopted child, 1, left in truck dies in Tennessee

    Recently adopted child, 1, left in truck dies in Tennessee

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    Sharing a photo of the truck on Twitter, the Nashville Police Department wrote: 'Adoptive mother found the girl at Virginia Ave home this evening. According to NewsChannel5, Wednesday's high was 89 degrees, so "the interior of the truck could've easily reached between 130-170 degrees".
  • Utah Missionary Set to Be Freed from Venezuela Detention

    Utah Missionary Set to Be Freed from Venezuela Detention

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    The hostage "should be landing in [Washington, D.C.] this evening and be in the White House , with his family, at about 7:00 P.M.", the president tweeted at 9:22 a.m . The Maduro government has yet to comment on the reasons for the release. President TrumpDonald John TrumpTrump appears to confirm deal on Chinese firm ZTE Judge rejects Manafort's attempt to throw out some charges Dem: Trump's policy of separating children, parents at border "would shock Jesus" MORE tweeted Saturday ...
  • Trump Has Secured The Release of Another American Prisoner Overseas - Lauretta Brown

    Trump Has Secured The Release of Another American Prisoner Overseas - Lauretta Brown

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    The great people of Utah will be very happy!" he tweeted . Local News 8 and KIDK Eyewitness News will continue to update this story as more updates are released. The United States accuses Maduro's government of stifling democracy, repressing the opposition and massive corruption. "I want to particularly thank Caleb McCarry, whose expertise and effort in Venezuela on my behalf has been instrumental in bringing Josh home", he said, referring to an aide of Corker's.
  • Leaders of Koreas meet again to discuss Trump-Kim summit

    Leaders of Koreas meet again to discuss Trump-Kim summit

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    US President Donald Trump said in a tweet on Saturday that his administration is unified in its approach to North Korea . "We'd like to do it". The statement follows media reports of a rift between Trump national security adviser John Bolton and Secretary of State Mike Pompeo over U.S.
  • Investigators identify Russian military unit in MH17 downing

    Investigators identify Russian military unit in MH17 downing

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    Detailed analysis of video images has now established that the Buk missile which hit the plane came from a Russian-based military unit. Prosecutors said they have presented their findings to Moscow and are seeking answers, but so far have not received a formal response.
  • Boris Johnson duped by pranksters pretending to be Armenian PM

    Boris Johnson duped by pranksters pretending to be Armenian PM

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    Details of the call were published in the pro-Kremlin tabloid newspaper Komsomolskaya Pravda and those responsible expressed disappointment that Johnson had not made a fool of himself. "Obviously this should not have happened", said a spokeswoman. "An investigation is underway to determine the circumstances to make sure this doesn't happen again".
  • Don't miss what Donald Trump is doing with his 'spy' allegations

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    As part of that inquiry, the Federal Bureau of Investigation sent an informant - an American academic with ties to the Republican Party - to speak with at least three Trump campaign advisers, in hopes of determining whether they had been in contact with Russian agents.
  • Indiana Middle School Shooting Suspect in Custody After 2 Hospitalized

    Indiana Middle School Shooting Suspect in Custody After 2 Hospitalized

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    At least two people have been hospitalized in critical condition after an active shooter was reported Friday morning (May 25) at Noblesville West Middle School in Noblesville, Indiana . A student was also shot and the suspected shooter was apprehended. "He tackled [the shooter] to the ground", the unidentified student said, according to WCPO .
  • Utah Main Jailed in Venezuela Will Return to US

    Utah Main Jailed in Venezuela Will Return to US

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    Joshua Holt, an American political prisoner in Venezuela and a former Mormon missionary from Utah , posted a video on Facebook on May 17, 2018, saying he feared for his life. While waiting for their U.S. visas, Mr Holt and his wife were detained in her family's house in Caracas and accused of hiding weapons. Corker was seen live on state TV on Friday shaking hands with Maduro and being greeted by first lady Cilia Flores as he entered the presidential palace.
  • President Trump Celebrates Release of American Hostage

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    The great people of Utah will be very happy!" Local News 8 and KIDK Eyewitness News will continue to update this story as more updates are released. Joshua Holt, 26, from Utah has been held in a Venezuelan prison on allegations of spying for the USA, according to reports. But witnesses say they saw Venezuelan police, accused of demanding $10,000 from Holt and Candelo, plant weapons just before arresting the couple - and announcing the discovery of the arms.
  • Putin hints at becoming prime minister again in 2024

    Putin hints at becoming prime minister again in 2024

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    We won't lift the sanctions if nothing's done. Macron, who had travelled to Washington in an unsuccessful bid to persuade Trump to keep faith with the Iran deal, did not explicitly criticise the US leader. The presence of Macron and Abe and their statements in favour of cooperation with Moscow were important for Putin, indicating that the US -led efforts to isolate Russian Federation face increasing obstacles.
  • China, Burkina Faso establish ties following Taiwan snub

    China, Burkina Faso establish ties following Taiwan snub

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    Chinese officials have repeatedly faulted Ms. Tsai for failing to endorse that principle, and sought to pressure her administration by ramping up military drills around the island, withholding economic cooperation and poaching Taiwan's diplomatic partners.
  • Exit polls showing that Ireland votes to liberalize abortion laws

    Exit polls showing that Ireland votes to liberalize abortion laws

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    More than 170,000 women traveled from the Republic of Ireland to access abortion services in another country between 1980 and 2016, according to the Irish Family Planning Association. Ireland appears poised to overwhelmingly overturn a constitutional amendment that bans abortion in nearly all circumstances, according to a exit poll.