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Trump abruptly postpones weekend campaign rally in New Hampshire

Trump abruptly postpones weekend campaign rally in New HampshireHis campaign, already wary of another low turnout, blamed the decision on an impending tropical storm.



Ghislaine Maxwell argues for $5 million bail, saying she's 'not Jeffrey Epstein'

Ghislaine Maxwell argues for $5 million bail, saying she's 'not Jeffrey Epstein'NEW YORK - Ghislaine Maxwell argued for $5 million bail Friday, arguing that she had wrongly replaced Jeffrey Epstein in the public eye after the multimillionaire hanged himself last year. "Epstein died in federal custody, and the media focus quickly shifted to our client - wrongly trying to substitute her for Epstein - even though she'd had no contact with Epstein for more than a decade, had ...



Ted Cruz Slams Trump’s ‘Road to Citizenship’ Claim for Pending DACA Executive Order: ‘HUGE Mistake’

Ted Cruz Slams Trump’s ‘Road to Citizenship’ Claim for Pending DACA Executive Order: ‘HUGE Mistake’Senator Ted Cruz warned the Trump administration not to include a “road to citizenship” for DACA recipients, after Trump implied one was coming in a new executive order on immigration he plans to sign “over the next few weeks.”“There is ZERO constitutional authority for a President to create a ‘road to citizenship’ by executive fiat,” Cruz tweeted. “It was unconstitutional when Obama issued executive amnesty, and it would be a HUGE mistake if Trump tries to illegally expand amnesty.”Cruz’s reaction came after Trump revealed in an interview with Telemundo that he would give DACA recipients “a road to citizenship” through an executive order.“We’re working out the legal complexities right now, but I’m going to be signing a major immigration bill as an executive order, which . . . because of the DACA decision, has given me the power to do that,” Trump said. He then seemed to contradict himself, saying that “we put it in, and we’re probably going to then be taking it out,” in an apparent reference to DACA.But when pressed by Jose Diaz-Balart on the order, Trump appeared to double down.“One of the aspects of the bill is going to be DACA, we are going to have a road to citizenship. If you look at the Supreme Court ruling, they gave the president tremendous powers when they said that you could take in, in this case 700,000 or so people,” Trump claimed. “So they gave powers, based on the powers that they gave, I’m going to be doing an immigration bill — one of the aspects of the bill that you’ll be very happy with, and that a lot of people will be, including me, and a lot of Republicans by the way, will be DACA. We’ll give them a road to citizenship.”The White House later released a statement that attempted to clarify Trump’s comments, saying that Trump "has long said he is willing to work with Congress on a negotiated legislative solution to DACA, one that could include citizenship, along with stronger border security and permanent merit-based reforms. This does not include amnesty."Trump has previously said that “a deal will be made” with Democrats over the status of DACA’s participants if his administration’s attempt to end the program was successful.Trump’s latest comments clash with reports that emerged this week claiming that the Trump administration was restarting its attempt to end President Obama’s Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals program — which grants participants renewable deportation deferrals, but not a path to citizenshipThe reported move came after the Supreme Court said last month in a 5-4 decision that the Trump administration’s previous attempt to end DACA violated the Administrative Procedure Act’s “arbitrary and capricious” standard and could not move forward. In response, Trump said “nothing was lost or won” in the decision, adding that the court had “punted.”Editor’s Note: This piece has been updated with an additional comment from the White House.



Want to know why we need the police? The battle in Seattle is the reason | Opinion

Want to know why we need the police? The battle in Seattle is the reason | OpinionLet’s get rid of cops, defund them, at least make them less active, deplete their ranks and agree they suffer from systemic racism bred into their modes of behavior, always acting as if to be Black is to be guilty.



Hundreds gather for funeral of Palestinian shot by Israeli troops

Hundreds gather for funeral of Palestinian shot by Israeli troopsHundreds of people gathered in the occupied West Bank on Friday for the funeral of a Palestinian man shot by Israeli soldiers a day earlier. Israel's army said troops opened fire after the Palestinian and another man started throwing fire bombs at a guard post near the town of Nablus. Palestinian officials dismissed the report and said the man had been walking with friends when he was shot dead.



UN fails to find consensus after Russia, China veto on Syrian aid

UN fails to find consensus after Russia, China veto on Syrian aidThe UN Security Council failed to find a consensus on prolonging cross-border humanitarian aid to Syria on Friday after Russia and China vetoed an extension and members rejected a counter proposal by Moscow. Without an agreement, authorization for the transport of aid to war-torn Syria, which has existed since 2014, expired Friday night.



This aviator just became the US Navy's first Black female fighter pilot

This aviator just became the US Navy's first Black female fighter pilot"Very proud of LTJG [Madeline] Swegle," a senior Navy official wrote. "Go forth and kick butt."



Florida's COVID-19 data is unreliable, confusing and hazardous to our health

Florida's COVID-19 data is unreliable, confusing and hazardous to our healthFlorida was once hailed as the gold standard in COVID-19 data transparency and accessibility. Now its system is seen as corrupt and inaccessible.



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Mitt Romney joins top Democrats slamming Trump's decision to commute Roger Stone's sentence

Mitt Romney joins top Democrats slamming Trump's decision to commute Roger Stone's sentenceWhile outrage came mostly from prominent Democrats, GOP Sen. Mitt Romney called the move one of "unprecedented, historic corruption."



Surgeon charged in scheme to get addicts to receive experimental implant

Surgeon charged in scheme to get addicts to receive experimental implantDr. Randy Rosen is facing 88 felony charges from the Los Angeles Orange County district attorney, who called him "a real life" Frankenstein.



Five Guys employees were fired for refusing to serve police officers in Alabama, as tension mounts between service workers and law enforcement

Five Guys employees were fired for refusing to serve police officers in Alabama, as tension mounts between service workers and law enforcementFive Guys confirmed the termination of the workers who turned their backs to the officers and that store is temporarily closed for customer service training.



Experts fear for elderly amid virus surge in state with most nursing homes

Experts fear for elderly amid virus surge in state with most nursing homesThe senior citizens who populate Texas nursing homes were not jammed into bars or packed onto beaches on Memorial Day, but officials there now fear that coronavirus that began spreading among younger people over the past month is imperiling the lives of the state’s most vulnerable. It was a grim but predictable development for a state with more nursing homes – 1,218 – than any state in the nation, experts told ABC News. Back in mid-May, nursing homes in the state had reported 561 deaths from COVID-19, according to an ABC News review of state data.



Coronavirus live updates: US Army sending medical task force to Houston

Coronavirus live updates: US Army sending medical task force to HoustonOver 12.5 million people across the globe have been diagnosed with COVID-19, the disease caused by the new respiratory virus, according to data compiled by the Center for Systems Science and Engineering at Johns Hopkins University. The actual numbers are believed to be much higher due to testing shortages, many unreported cases and suspicions that some governments are hiding the scope of their nations' outbreaks. New York recorded 799 COVID-19 hospitalizations in the last 24 hours, making it the lowest number since March 18, according to Gov. Andrew Cuomo.



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Pelosi blasts Roger Stone commutation as 'an act of staggering corruption' as Trump defends move
House Speaker Nancy Pelosi on Saturday slammed President Donald Trump's decision to commute the prison sentence of his long-time friend and political adviser Roger Stone as "an act of staggering corruption."
Opinion: The rage behind Trump's action on Roger Stone
President Donald Trump, thrown back on his heels by a growing number of events, circumstances and political adversaries he cannot master, snatched back a bit of control Friday by commuting the sentence of Roger Stone, one of his e
'That is just nonsense': Anderson Cooper shakes his head at Trump comment
As Covid-19 cases continue to surge in the US, CNN's Anderson Cooper says President Trump's only plan to fight the pandemic is to gaslight the American people.
Tucker Carlson's top writer resigns after secretly posting racist and sexist remarks
Editor's note: This article quotes racist, homophobic and sexist language, much of which has not been censored.
Jeff Sessions takes on former Auburn football coach in bid for old Senate seat
Jeff Sessions has never lost a race in his life. For two decades, he served as an Alabama senator, pushing a populist agenda from the far right with a deep Southern drawl.
Analysis: Senate Democratic candidates are raising tons of money. That matters.
Senate Democratic candidates from Montana to Maine are raising eye-popping amounts of money this year, per campaign officials. Montana's Steve Bullock took in $7.7 million, while Maine's Sara Gideon raked in more than $9 million -
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The Latest On Several Violent Weekends In Chicago
At least seventeen people have been shot in Chicago just since yesterday afternoon – the latest in a string of violent weekends for the city.
The Racial Justice Reckoning Over Sports Team Names Is Spreading
In the wake of George Floyd's killing, Confederate monuments have fallen, food companies have scrubbed racist imagery from labels, and now, pro sports teams names are under fresh review.
Trump Says Upcoming Immigration Measure Will Include DACA
In an interview with Noticias Telemundo
President Trump Commutes Roger Stone's Sentence
President Trump has commuted the prison sentence of Roger Stone. Stone was convicted of lying to Congress about his efforts to contact WikiLeaks during Russia's interference in the 2016 election.
Georgia Governor And The Mayor Of Atlanta In Turf War Over COVID-19 Restrictions
Amid a surge in coronavirus cases, Mayor Keisha Lance Bottoms ordered a return to Phase 1 restrictions. But Gov. Brian Kemp quickly pushed back, saying only he has that authority.
3 LAPD Officers Charged Over Allegations They Falsely Identified Gang Members
In a 59-count complaint, they are alleged to have wrongly marked dozens of people as having gang affiliation on field interview cards used by officers on duty.
President Trump Says He Is Planning To Sign 'A Very Major Immigration Bill'
President Trump in a Friday interview on Telemundo said that soon he may introduce new measures to protect "Dreamers" — people who were brought to the U.S. as children by undocumented parents.
'In A Fight For Our Lives': Mississippi Issues New Mask Order Amid COVID-19 Spike
Gov. Tate Reeves imposes the order in 13 counties, including those that are home to some of the state's most populous cities. It comes on the same day the state saw more than 1,000 new cases.
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Roger Stone: Critics blast Trump for commuting ex-adviser's jail term
Democrats condemn the US president's decision to spare ex-adviser and friend Roger Stone from prison.
Goya Foods: Hispanic brand faces boycott for praising Trump
Democrats including Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez have urged customers to stop buying Goya Foods products.
Jada Pinkett Smith tells Will Smith of her 'relationship'
Jada Pinkett Smith and Will Smith were talking on her Facebook chat show Red Table Talk.
Naya Rivera: Glee star likely drowned in tragic accident, police say
Naya Rivera was reported missing after going on a boating trip with her four-year-old son.
TikTok: Amazon says email asking staff to remove app 'sent in error'
Earlier, the company had asked staff to remove the TikTok app from phones over "security risks."
Ghislaine Maxwell requests bail due to 'significant' coronavirus risk
The British socialite denies grooming underage girls for the late paedophile Jeffrey Epstein.
US Supreme Court rules half of Oklahoma is Native American land
The justices decide an eastern swathe of the state should be recognised as part of a reservation.
Blues singer Lady A responds to name row: 'I am not going to be erased'
The blues singer is being sued over her name by the band formerly known as Lady Antebellum.
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After Months of Decline, U.S. Coronavirus Deaths Surge in the South and West
Experts predicted states that saw increases in cases and hospitalizations would see deaths rise
Amid Calls for Diversity, Biden Tops Trump on People of Color in Senior Campaign Staff
Twenty-five percent of Donald Trump's senior staff are nonwhite, compared to 36% of Joe Biden’s senior staff
Disney World Reopens as Coronavirus Infections Soar in Florida
A huge surge of Floridians have tested positive for the new coronavirus in recent weeks
Dozens of U.S. Marines in Japan’s Okinawa Infected in COVID-19 Outbreak
“We now have strong doubts that the US military has taken adequate disease prevention measures,” Okinawa's governor said
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