• Gunman wounds 2, fatally shot by bystander at Walmart store

    TUMWATER, Wash. (AP) — A gunman injured a teen and shot a man in a pair of carjacking attempts Sunday, before being killed by a bystander outside a Washington state Walmart store.

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  • Trump supporter disrupts De Niro’s play with ‘Keep America Great’ flag

    A Trump supporter tried disrupting a performance of the Robert De Niro directed musical “A Bronx Tale” on Saturday — standing up during the curtain call and displaying a “Keep America Great!” flag towards the audience. “The times we live in,” tweeted audience member Joe Del Vicario, along with a pic showing the Broadway protest. “At the end of [the performance], a man turned around and faced the audience to show us how big of a pair he has,” Del Vicario explained. “He was escorted shortly after.” Several people in attendance took to social media to document what happened on Saturday night at the end of the 8 p.m. showing of “Bronx Tale” — which is directed by De Niro and four-time Tony Award

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  • Police Shoot Woman Wielding Sword, Mother Says Officers 'Murdered' Her Only Daughter

    Ashley Dean Fulkerson, 28, broke into a house in Kansas City on Thursday, The Kansas City Star reported. Police confirmed her identity as Ashley Dean Fulkerson on Friday and said they had recovered a sword beside her.

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  • Kansas city bills parents $132,000 after child damages glass sculpture

    A city in Kansas is reportedly demanding $132,000 from the parents of a 5-year-old boy who knocked over a glass sculpture. The piece of art, “Aphrodite di Kansas City,” was on display at an Overland Park community center when the boy damaged it on May 19, the Kansas City Star reported. He was attending a wedding reception with his parents at the time. “He probably hugged it,” the boy’s mother Sarah Goodman told the paper. “Maybe my son hugged a torso because he’s a loving, sweet nice boy who just graduated from preschool.” Overland Park’s insurance company sent a letter accusing Goodman and her husband of negligence for failing to keep an eye on the boy, the paper reported. “I don’t want to diminish

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  • Trump encourages Post employees to strike, hours after paper breaks bombshell Russia collusion story

    Just hours after The Washington Post published a bombshell story about a previously undisclosed May 2016 meeting between Roger Stone and a Russian national who promised political dirt about Hillary Clinton, President Trump encouraged Post employees to go on strike. “Washington Post employees want to go on strike because Bezos isn’t paying them enough,” Trump tweeted. “I think a really long strike would be a great idea. Employees would get more money and we would get rid of Fake News for an extended period of time! Is @WaPo a registered lobbyist?” Trump’s tweet, coming as it does on the heels of the Post’s report, is the latest evidence that his repeated attacks on Washington Post owner Jeff Bezos

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  • A young girl separated from her aunt at a Border Patrol facility had to get her diapers changed by other children

    A teenager at a US Border Patrol facility had to teach other children how to help change the diaper of a young girl who had been separated from family members. According to the Associated Press, a 16-year-old girl in a South Texas facility took care of a four-year-old girl she didn't know for at least three days when they were kept in the same chain-link cage together. The teenager told the story to Michelle Brane, director of migrant rights at the Women's Refugee Commission, who spent time at the facility on Friday. "She had to teach other kids in the cell to change her diaper," Brane said. Agents initially thought the four-year-old was younger, in part because she wasn't talking or communicating

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  • Thunder cut ties with announcer suspended after Westbrook comment

    The Oklahoma City Thunder won't bring back television play-by-play announcer Brian Davis next season, the team announced this week. During that game, against Memphis, Davis said point guard Russell Westbrook was "out of his cotton-pickin' mind" after Westbrook tallied an assist en route to averaging a triple-double for the second consecutive season. Davis is white and Westbrook is black.

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  • The First Ever Gay Royal Wedding Has Been Announced

    Queen Elizabeth's cousin, Lord Ivar Mountbatten, will marry James Coyle later this summer.

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  • Restaurant owner responds to customer's claim that there were maggots in food

    A Jacksonville, Fla., restaurant owner is responding to a customer’s claims that her dish had maggots in it, stating the food they serve is “safe.” Last week Keondra White ordered a chicken dish from Caribbean Sunrise Restaurant and Bakery. White claims once she started eating the dish, she noticed live maggots on top of the chicken. White posted a video of the maggots on Facebook. “It was just pure disgust, something you can’t fathom seeing that,” White told Action News Jax. Now restaurant owner Denise Daley has responded to the customer’s allegations. “There was no doubt on our part that the food was safe,” Daley said to Action News. Daley confirmed on Facebook that an incident did occur at

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  • Megachurch Pastor: 'It’s embarrassing' that Sessions quoted the Bible to defend immigration policy

    MSNBC’s Yasmin Vossoughian interviews Pastor Carl Lentz, lead pastor of Hillsong NYC Church. Pastor Lentz called Sessions use of Romans 13 a “misapplication of scripture”.

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  • Police say 2 Kansas deputies killed by inmate were parents

    KANSAS CITY, Kan. (AP) — Two Kansas sheriff's deputies who were shot and killed by an inmate while transporting him between the courthouse and jail were both parents, authorities said Saturday.

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  • Video shows woman flying into fit of rage at Michigan gym

    A 20-year-old woman has been arrested after a vigorous workout at a Michigan gym that included flinging a computer monitor, tossing a phone and throwing punches. The woman's fit of rage at a Plant Fitness in Grand Rapids on Tuesday was caught on cellphone video, Fox 17 Grand Rapids reported. The video shows the woman confronting a man working behind the front desk. She is seen lunging at him as he backpedals to avoid her blows. At one point she is heard yelling, "I'll come back, and I'll kill you!" Grand Rapids police charged her with malicious destruction of property, a misdemeanor.

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  • New York immigrant arrested during green card interview, separated from wife and children

    A Queens, N.Y., father who was in the United States for nearly 20 years was arrested when he showed up to his green card interview.

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  • Kendall Jenner Returns to the Runway at Versace After a 5-Month Sabbatical

    Kendall Jenner hasn't walked a runway since January—but she's back with a major Versace turn.

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  • Trump: Democrats Good At 'High Taxes, High Crime', but My Supporters Are 'Smartest' In Country's History

    The series of tweets revealed that Trump views the ongoing separations of migrant families as a negotiating tool for tougher immigration policy and funding for a new wall between the United States and Mexico. The Department of Homeland Security confirmed Friday that at least 2,000 children have been separated from their families in the last six weeks.

    Newsweek
  • All Apple employees now get standing desks — and Tim Cook has said he believes 'sitting is the new cancer' (AAPL)

    Apple CEO Tim Cook recently disclosed an interesting detail about Apple Park, the company's new headquarters: Everyone gets a standing desk. "It's much better for your lifestyle," Cook said in a recent interview. Most of what happens inside Apple Park, the iPhone company's stunning new headquarters, is top secret.

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  • Oil falls on threat of China crude tariffs, expected OPEC supply rise

    By Henning Gloystein SINGAPORE (Reuters) - Oil prices on Monday extended falls from late last week after China threatened duties on American crude imports in an escalating trade dispute with Washington, while supply from OPEC and Russia is also expected to rise. U.S. West Texas Intermediate (WTI) crude futures touched their lowest level since April, falling to $63.59 per barrel before edging back to $63.98 by 0635 GMT. "Crude oil prices crashed as U.S.-China trade tensions escalated last Friday," said Benjamin Lu of Singapore-based futures brokerage Phillip Futures.

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