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For a week, Fallon retakes the lead from Colbert

For a week, Fallon retakes the lead from Colbert

Now wouldn't seem an ideal time to go sightseeing in Russian Federation if you're an expressly political public figure. "Followed me everywhere", Colbert said. Petersburg in recent days. If I decide to run, obviously, I'm not gonna ask the Russians to help my campaign. OK? Stephen Colbert was in Russian Federation last week, he revealed on Monday's Late Show . Read More

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Almost 4 acre wildfire burns near Big Lake Saturday night

Almost 4 acre wildfire burns near Big Lake Saturday night

According to the DOF, the call of the wild fire named for a nearby road to where it was burning was reported around 7:30 p.m. The fire started at around 175 acres, prompting an evacuation, and has grown to 1000 acres. The cause of the fire is still under investigation. June 17, 4:56 p.m. Water and fire retardant were dropped on the fire. More than 450 firefighters were on scene battling the blaze, along with nine aircraft. Read More

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Trump under investigation for obstruction of justice

Trump under investigation for obstruction of justice

Trump had received private assurances from former FBI Director James Comey starting in January that he was not personally under investigation. Mueller's probe is looking into any possible contact between Trump and Russian operatives and for any potentially suspicious financial dealings with those individuals according to the Post . Read More

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Deliberations continue in trial of Officer Jeronimo Yanez

During the trial, Reynolds said she and Castile had used marijuana, and a subsequent autopsy found traces of the drug in his blood. That's enough to pull your gun out and end the threat. Gray brought to jurors' attention the THC in Castile's system at the time of his death. He said Castile disregarded the officer's orders and reached for his gun because he was stoned on marijuana. Read More

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Dry drowning may have claimed child's life

Dry drowning may have claimed child's life

However, the Delgados in Texas said Frankie didn't exhibit any symptoms until later at home when he started vomiting and had diarrhea. On Saturday morning, he complained about his shoulders hurting. "His lungs were full of fluid and there was nothing else they could do for him", said Tara Delgado, Frankie's mother. Without getting a proper treatment from dry drowning , Frankie died in his bed, and his parents found out about the existence of such a thing as dry drowning ... Read More

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'March for Truth' calls for investigation into Trump, Russia

'March for Truth' calls for investigation into Trump, Russia

Supporters of President Donald Trump and his policies demonstrate during a "Pittsburgh Not Paris" rally in Lafayette Square in Washington, D.C., on June 3, 2017 . The rally's name was a reference to Trump's remarks this week announcing his decision to pull out of the Paris climate accord. Other signs were more cheeky, including one that said "Super Callous Fascist Racist Extra Braggadocious". Read More

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Trump to announce decision on Paris climate pact Thursday

In signing onto the accord , countries pledged to reduce greenhouse gas emissions, but were given wide leeway in how much they planned to reduce them by. "It is disappointing that President Trump does not see the opportunity for economic growth which clean energy presents - emerging economies such as China and India are discovering how renewable energy can be a catalyst for a booming economy, creating green jobs and flourishing businesses, while reducing carbon emissions". Read More

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Trump hails fallen, their families at Arlington

Of them and all who died in military service, he said: "Words can not measure the depth of their devotion , the purity of their love or the totality of their courage". "Our men and women volunteer, they serve, and so we're one of those states that has a patriotic vein running through it". Vice President Mike Pence attended the ceremony, along with Defense Secretary Gen. Read More

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Health care is key issue as Montana fills US House seat

Health care is key issue as Montana fills US House seat

On Thursday Mr. Quist's campaign said he had raised $5 million, including more than 200,000 contributions averaging just under $24. Republicans are still favored to hang onto the seat, but it's become an expensive affair. Republicans: Did we have to do too much to win? . In April, Ron Estes won a close race over James Thompson, a civil rights lawyer, in a House race in Kansas. Read More

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Twister kills 1, hurts 25 in Barron County

Twister kills 1, hurts 25 in Barron County

Governor Scott Walker has declared a state of emergency in three northwest Wisconsin counties damaged by a strong tornado on Tuesday, which killed on person and left dozens more homeless. Barron County will open a volunteer reception center on Friday at 8am at St. Peter's Catholic Church in Cameron to help cleanup efforts at the mobile park. Read More

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Cooler, But Sunny For Much Of The Day

Cooler, But Sunny For Much Of The Day

Sunday night will be mostly cloudy with a 50 percent chance of showers and thunderstorms. Chance of precipitation is 70%. Northeast wind around 9 miles per hour. Highs will reach the mid to upper 70s Saturday . Southwest wind 7 to 9 miles per hour. Partly sunny, with a high near 70. Daytime highs will climb into the mid-teens with gusty southeast winds. Read More

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Fired FBI chief James Comey to testify publicly in Congress

Comey had courted controversy during the 2016 presidential polls when he revealed a renewed investigation into Hillary Clinton's email use, which the Democrats claimed had hurt her chances of becoming the president. While not confirmed by the White House, this plan of action would be a major attempt to weaken the investigation into the Trump campaign's possible ties with foreign actors. Read More

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US immigration arrests up nearly 40pc under Trump

US immigration arrests up nearly 40pc under Trump

As America's Voice executive director Frank Sharry said earlier today, in order to justify their inhumane actions, "these guys spin, distort, exaggerate, and dissemble nearly as much as the President they work for". "They're going after people who have lived here for a long time". "The cost of our current immigration detention system in both dollars and lives can not be justified", said Christina Fialho, one of CIVIC's co-founders. Read More

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Boy, 16, Collapses Then Dies From "Too Much Caffeine"

Watts officially ruled the cause of death as a caffeine-induced cardiac event. Cripe's father, Sean Cripe , attended the press conference. We worry about their safety, their health, especially once they start driving. The autopsy showed no "unfounded" or "undiagnosed heart condition", said Watts, who was careful not to call Davis' death a caffeine overdose. But it wasn't a auto crash that took his life. Read More

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Aetna Drops Last 2 State Markets Under Affordable Care Act

Some insurers have stayed in, but raised premiums by double-digit percentages. But even if the Republicans' bill - known as the American Health Care Act - is passed by the Senate it would not solve a critical outstanding issue for insurers looking at 2018: Will the government continue to fund the cost-sharing subsidies that help individuals pay for care? And even that one company, Medica Health of Minnetonka, Minnesota, isn't sure it will sell those health plans in 2018. Read More

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