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Body of pastor found burned near church

New Road. Vacation Bible School , 7 to 8:30 p.m., Chapel Grove Baptist Church, 1046 Chapel Grove Road, Evington, Monday through Friday, theme: "Glow for Jesus, let your light shine". After arriving, police discovered the body of 55-year-old Michael Dean Walworth . He was found lying on the ground between the church and an adjacent house. Read More »

Despite campaign promise, Trump keeps DACA program

The program affecting parents, Deferred Action for Parents of Americans, or DAPA , was blocked by a federal judge in Texas after 26 states sued. The program, which could have affected as many as 4 million people in the United States, had never gone into effect after an appeals court halted its implementation. Read More »

Minnesota officer acquitted in shooting of Philando Castile


Yanez was acquitted on charges of second-degree manslaughter and endangering safety by discharging a firearm, report the StarTribune , the New York Times and the Washington Post . But as we know, police officers seem to be able to shoot unarmed black people without effect. With Castile's hand on his gun, Yanez said he had to act. Read More »

Thousands rally at State Capitol after Yanez verdict


After the verdict was announced, the victim's mother, Valerie Castile , who had been a fixture at the trial, told reporters: "The system continues to fail black people". The squad-car video shows Yanez approaching Castile's vehicle and asking for a driver's license and proof of insurance. The acquittal of officer Jeronimo Yanez in the shooting death of Philandro Castile got off in a manner that supporters of the Castile family had hoped would not come to pass. Read More »

Pittsburgh Penguins Parade 2017

Coach Mike Sullivan also reveled in the moment before casting an eye toward the future. I said a little something a year ago, seeing if we could do this again. We'll be taking a look at this by using numberFire's nERD metric, along with some other stats to show just how dominant they were this season. The Penguins also won the Cup in 1991 and 1992. Read More »

Where Trump's 'Travel Ban' Now Stands: Trump Takes Off the Gloves


Two days earlier top Trump surrogate Rudy Giuliani had told Fox News the President had asked him to put a commission together to try and implement the Muslim ban legally. "It's not a travel ban ", Press Secretary Sean Spicer said at the end of January. "We will keep it free and keep it safe, as the media knows, but refuses to say. Read More »

Another Victory Parade for the Warriors

For Durant, it's a bit more complicated. Curry isn't the only Warriors team member to speak out in opposition to Trump. Shaun Livingston had a insane knee injury. Determined to make amends for last season. He could search for a final bigger payday elsewhere in a larger deal. ". I'm sure we will have a conversation about it pretty soon". Read More »

Missing: The desperate hunt for lost relatives after London tower block fire

May met police and firefighters at the West London site on Thursday, to receive a briefing from the emergency services. London police said an investigation, led by a detective from its homicide and major crime unit, would examine whether criminal offenses had been committed although they said there was nothing to suggest the fire was started deliberately. Read More »

Super Mario Odyssey's co-op mode lets one player control Cappy

Players will be able to swing it around enemies, use it a temporary platform to hop on and can be used to transform Mario into other characters or objects. "The theme for Mario this time is a grand journey in search of surprise", says Yoshiaki Koizumi - Super Mario Odyssey producer, during an E3 panel presentation . Read More »

UK to step up support for start-ups, infrastructure ahead of EU exit

The British government will prioritise the economy and jobs in the Brexit negotiations beginning next week, Philip Hammond has said, in remarks that will be seen as a clear signal of his desire for a soft Brexit. But his planned address, and that of Bank of England Governor Mark Carney, was cancelled because of the Grenfell Tower fire tragedy. The role of the EIB in Britain will also be complicated by the fact that London will need to review European Union legislation as part of the ... Read More »

Israël: une policière poignardée, trois assaillants abattus

Le mouvement islamiste Hamas qui dirige la bande de Gaza a estimé que cette attaque " était une preuve de la révolution que mènent les Palestiniens contre l'ennemi ". Une policière israélienne a été tuée vendredi près de la Vieille ville de Jérusalem dans une attaque au couteau et trois assaillants présumés ont été abattus, a indiqué la police israélienne. Read More »

Anthony Police Dept. to dismiss Officer Yanez following verdict


Just last month, jurors acquitted Tulsa, Okla. police officer Betty Shelby of manslaughter in the fatal shooting death of 40-year-old Terence Crutcher, an unarmed 40-year-old Black man, last September. After the shooting, Yanez's body microphone captured audio of him saying first that he didn't know where the gun was, but then that he told Castile to take his hand off the gun. Read More »

Trump says Scalise 'took a bullet' for all of us

He was shot in the hip in the Wednesday morning incident and the bullet fractured bones and injured internal organs, causing severe bleeding. Scalise remains in critical condition at a hospital near the Capitol and has undergone multiple surgeries. Read More »

The Attack That Launched the US Capitol Police

Though the game pegs Republicans against Democrats , attendees and participating lawmakers showed unity in wake of the shooting . Member of Congress decided not to postpone the game between Democrats and Republicans, which raises money for several charities, including the Boys and Girls Clubs of Greater Washington . Read More »

Trump rolls back Obama-era Cuba policy


Diplomatic relations are fine with me, as I've said before, as long as the murderers in the Castro regime don't benefit. American travel, which has spiked in recent months following Obama's looser restrictions, will once again become very hard. Read More »

'Scalise took a bullet for all of us'

Scalise, 51, suffered a rifle wound in his left hip that shattered bones, tore organs and caused severe bleeding. "He was as critical as you can be when he came in", Dr. House Speaker Paul Ryan , R-Wis., paid a visit to his injured colleague at the hospital Friday. Because of Scalise, Trump said, "and the tremendous pain and suffering he's now enduring - and he's having a hard time, far worse than anybody thought - our country will perhaps become closer, more unified". Read More »

Arkansas lawmakers criticize Trump shifting Cuba policy


Gonzalez said the president did a good job of highlighting human rights abuses and called the changes "very smart policy, narrowly tailored to hurt the military and the security agencies-the apparatus of oppression". Cuba functioned as a virtual US colony for much of the 20th century, and even reform-minded Cubans are highly sensitive to perceived USA infringements on national sovereignty. Read More »

Doctor says Scalise recovery a good possibility

Mr Scalise remains in a critical condition after undergoing several operations, though word came from the hospital during the game that he had improved. He later died of his injuries, Trump told the nation from the White House. His comments came after he and First Lady Melania Trump visited a sedated Scalise and his family at MedStar Washington Hospital Center. Read More »

Russia unveils psychic cat ahead of Confederations Cup

Organisers have laid fresh turf at the Krestovsky Stadium to allay fears over the condition of the pitch that prompted Zenit to shift their final league match to their former ground. The Gold Cup victor plays Portugal tomorrow in Kazan. "There's no point in us being here if we're just going to come with a mentality of showing up and enjoying the occasion, so we are not coming here to do that", said the 36-year-old. Read More »

Trump confirms he is being investigated over Comey firing

President Trump could have taken to social media Friday morning to celebrate the two-year anniversary of his presidential campaign announcement and unlikely political rise that followed. The interest in Kushner's activities by the special counsel's office is no more extensive than the FBI's interest in his multiple roles on both the Trump campaign and transition team, which CNN reported last month. Read More »

Yoko Ono, a co-producer on 'Imagine,' gets writing credit


Ono was added to the song as co-writer during the annual meeting of the National Music Publishers Association in NY on Wednesday where she and son Sean Ono Lennon received the organization's new Centennial Song award for " Imagine ". "If it had been Bowie, I would have put 'Lennon-Bowie, '" he said. She was once accused on breaking up The Beatles, but Yoko Ono has finally made her positive influence on John Lennon official after being granted a special gift on his behalf. Read More »

Aaron Judge owned the Angels Twitter Account


Judge was anxious at the plate previous year and he would begin his swing and find himself reaching and lunging for outside pitches. "It feels really good, to be able get off to a hot start and I want to keep it going", Hicks said. "He definitely fits with these guys, and he's playing good baseball". To some it may sound like blasphemy to mention the modern-day Yankees (whose names were little known before this season's eruption) in the same breath as Ruth, Mantle and Maris, but these ... Read More »

Minnesota officer acquitted in motorist shooting

As the world waited outside the Ramsey County Courthouse, inside Courtroom 880, the foreman of a jury of seven men and five women, including two persons of color, handed their papers to the clerk. The U.S. Attorney's Office in Minnesota released the following statement: "From the outset, this case has been closely monitored by the Department of Justice". Read More »