• One dead and 20 injured in shooting at NJ arts festival
One dead and 20 injured in shooting at NJ arts festival

Sunday at Art All Night , a community cultural event that showcases art, music and food. Police took a second suspect into custody at the scene. A local prosecutor says that one suspect is dead and 20 other people are injured, including four critically, after a shooting at an all-night arts festival in Trenton, New Jersey.

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  • Billy Caldwell to be given access to cannabis oil
Billy Caldwell to be given access to cannabis oil

The Home Office and Billy's medical team had been in contact overnight to reach a solution. She said that on his medication, he had been seizure-free for over 300 days, but was too ill to travel to Canada to get his medication. Ms Caldwell, of Castlederg in Co Tyrone, Northern Ireland, had seven bottles confiscated at Heathrow Airport customs on ...

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  • Trump Attacks Judge's 'Very Unfair' Decision To Jail Manafort Before Trial
Trump Attacks Judge's 'Very Unfair' Decision To Jail Manafort Before Trial

Manafort will remain in jail while he awaits trial in both Washington and Virginia over the next few months. However, it's unclear what information the former Trump campaign chief could provide that would interest prosecutors enough to offer significant concessions.

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  • Trump accused of misusing foundation
Trump accused of misusing foundation

Its statement accused the NY attorney general of holding $1.7 million in foundation assets "hostage for political gain". The foundation denied the charges, calling them politically motivated. The foundation also paid $158,000 to resolve a lawsuit over a prize for a hole-in-one contest at Trump National Golf Club in Briarcliff Manor, New York; $...

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  • Trump announces tariffs targeting Chinese goods
Trump announces tariffs targeting Chinese goods

In a joint statement , the two countries had said that China would "significantly increase " purchases of USA farm and energy products to reduce the trade imbalance. US stocks fell Friday morning, with industrial giants Boeing and Caterpillar especially hard-hit. The agreement allows Washington to impose an additional $400 million fine or other...

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  • Fireball whisky covers interstate after big rigs crash in Arkansas
Fireball whisky covers interstate after big rigs crash in Arkansas

A photo of the crash that shows bottles of Fireball Whisky scattered along the highway was tweeted out by the Department of Transportation. "Looks like we'll be working this for a while", the agency commented on Twitter Thursday. Arkansas DOT's post said one of the trucks caught fire and injuries in the crash were described as non-life threatenin...

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  • Law to ban 'upskirting' photos blocked by UK lawmaker
Law to ban 'upskirting' photos blocked by UK lawmaker

Theresa May says she wants to see a bill that will make upskirting a criminal offence pass through Parliament "soon" - after one of her own MPs blocked it. Gina Martin, an upskirting victim whose petition to criminalise the act won her a legion of celebrity supporters and political backing, said the decision left her extremely upset but that she re...

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  • Nearly 2000 children separated from parents as U.S. border crackdown continues
Nearly 2000 children separated from parents as U.S. border crackdown continues

The agency, he says, "initially seeks to determine if the child has a parent in this country, and if not a parent a close relative, and if not a close relative a more distant relative or a family friend". "If you are smuggling a child, then we will prosecute you and that child will be separated from you as required by law", Attorney General Jeff...

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  • 23-foot-long python swallows Indonesian woman whole
23-foot-long python swallows Indonesian woman whole

Muna Police chief Agung Ramos Paretongan Sinaga said the housewife disappeared on Thursday night after she went to inspect her plantation around one km away from her house. Giant pythons, which regularly top six metres, are commonly found in Indonesia and the Philippines. An Indonesian mother has died after being swallowed whole by a 23-foot-long...

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  • China hikes tariffs on US soybeans, electric cars, fish
China hikes tariffs on US soybeans, electric cars, fish

The chart below appeared in this publication on May 6 (" Trade War in Navarro-Navarro Land "), but bears a secondlook. The price has since tumbled from $10.15 to about $8.80 per bushel. The administration is targeting an additional 284 Chinese products, which it says benefit from Beijing's strong-armed industrial policies, worth $16 billion a yea...

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  • Trudeau Tariff Tiff Causes Canadians To Boycott American Products And Businesses
Trudeau Tariff Tiff Causes Canadians To Boycott American Products And Businesses

The poll showed that 62% of people thought his "spat" with U.S. President Donald Trump was handled well, and 59% said that his governments countervailing tariffs in retaliation for Trump's tariffs on steel and aluminium. Brian Kingston of the Business Council of Canada was encouraged to hear the NAFTA talks could continue this summer. Companies...

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  • Israel Foreign Ministry Report Shows Concern Over US-North Korea Summit
Israel Foreign Ministry Report Shows Concern Over US-North Korea Summit

US President Donald Trump claimed Friday following his summit with Kim Jong Un that he has "largely solved" the North Korean nuclear problem, adding that he would like it if the American people treated him with the same respect the North Koreans treat Kim.

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  • Sanders, Shah Planning To Leave White House, Sanders Denies Reports
Sanders, Shah Planning To Leave White House, Sanders Denies Reports

While Sanders didn't explicitly deny the report, she said that CBS didn't speak to her before running the story. Trump made the comments live on "Fox & Friends" during an impromptu interview on the White House lawn. "Our administration has had the same position since we started on day one, that we we're going to enforce the law", she said. ...

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  • Taliban, Afghan troops hug, take selfies as ceasefire holds
Taliban, Afghan troops hug, take selfies as ceasefire holds

Most of the dead and wounded were Taliban, said Stanikzai, The Associated Press reported. While no militant organisation has yet claimed responsibility, the Islamic State affiliate, which did not sign on to the ceasefire, has a strong presence in the area.

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  • US, S.Korea discuss joint military drills
US, S.Korea discuss joint military drills

Kim on Sunday. Recall June 12 in Singapore hosted a meeting of the President of the United States Donald trump and the leader of the DPRK Kim Jong-UN. President Donald Trump would be barred from unilaterally withdrawing almost 30,000 U.S. troops now stationed in South Korea under a measure introduced in the U.S.

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  • Greek opposition calls censure vote against Macedonia name deal
Greek opposition calls censure vote against Macedonia name deal

They both need two-thirds of members of parliament to ratify it and, in Macedonia's case, likely approval in a referendum. Following a parliamentary vote in Macedonia, the president would be required to sign the deal to enact it. "It violates the Constitution (and) the laws". But Tsipras said he expects Greek lawmakers to easily approve the agr...

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  • Taxi driver who drove into crowd lost control of vehicle: Moscow mayor
Taxi driver who drove into crowd lost control of vehicle: Moscow mayor

Authorities say the driver lost control of the vehicle. Police say the driver in the crash Saturday has been detained. Interfax news agency cited a source as saying that the driver was drunk at the time of the incident, which occurred near Red Square.

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  • Moscow taxi mounts pavement and injures people 'wearing Mexico colours'
Moscow taxi mounts pavement and injures people 'wearing Mexico colours'

Authorities say the driver lost control of the vehicle. The accident took place on Ilinka Street, about 200 meters (650 feet) from Red Square and Moscow's famous GUM shopping arcade, an area popular with tourists. The driver attempted to flee the scene but was apprehended by police, a witness said. He also is suspected of having had too much ...

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  • Second Kansas Police Officer Dies After Inmate Shooting - Timothy Meads
Second Kansas Police Officer Dies After Inmate Shooting - Timothy Meads

Bailiff said she was not sure whether the suspect was shot by one of the deputies or someone else who responded to the incident. The suspect was also shot and was being treated at the same hospital. Bailiff says the investigation is now being handled by the police department in Kansas City, Kansas. "We will be looking at that video", he said. T...

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  • FORECAST | Sizzling Father's Day weekend
FORECAST | Sizzling Father's Day weekend

In true summer fashion, a heat wave is expected to bring temperatures nearing triple digits and a brutal dose of humidity over a sunny Father's Day weekend, according to the National Weather Service . Of all the daily records for the days the area will be experiencing the brunt of the heat, Monday may challenge the previous record, which was set...

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