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Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton are now running neck-and-neck in Florida, as well as OH and Pennsylvania, according to a Quinnipiac University survey that took stock of three swing states. Flynn says he is not opposed to same-sex marriage, something that won't sit well with evangelical Republican-base voters skeptical of Trump's new-found conservatism.
  • Son of Louisiana man killed by police speaks out

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    Police said they learned of the plot when an officer responded to a burglary at a pawn shop early Saturday morning and arrested 17-year-old Antonio Thomas in the store. Baton Rouge police showed up at protests "wielding batons, carrying long guns and wearing shields", the AP notes, and officers arrested around 200 protesters over the course of three days.
  • Transgender bathroom case reaches Supreme Court

    Transgender bathroom case reaches Supreme Court

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    Last week, several states sued the federal government over rules requiring public schools to allow transgender students to use restrooms conforming to their gender identity, joining a dozen other states in the latest fight over LGBT rights.
  • Niantic's Pokemon Go privacy concerns are overblown: F-secure

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    The players' phone vibrates when a Pokemon is near. "And of course, there's the risk of injury or death from not paying attention to your surroundings as you play the game", the report added . Negative aspects aside, the Tourism Planning Division of the city of Yokosuka, Kanagawa Prefecture, is already looking into " Pokemon Go " to attract travelers.
  • All lives DO matter

    All lives DO matter

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    In London, people showed up for rallies in the British capital over the weekend to show their solidarity with the Black Lives Matter movement in the United States. "They are on the same team", said Phillip Goff, director of the Center for Policing Equity. Conversely, Giuliani said if there was a group called White Lives Matter, he would expect them to deal with the fact that "82 percent of the whites are killed by other whites".
  • Former TV judge to represent family of slain Minnesota man

    Former TV judge to represent family of slain Minnesota man

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    According to NBC News , Hatchett addressed the news in a press conference in St. Paul, Minnesota, on Tuesday, July 12. She also said that police scanner traffic that's turned up on social media purporting to be from just before the Castile stop has not been authenticated.
  • Bernie Sanders Endorses Hillary Clinton For The Democratic Nomination

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    The former Democrat presidential rivals have been holding discussions since Clinton all but clinched the nomination in June. Clinton hopes the joint appearance will help her win over Sanders supporters, some of whom carried Sanders signs into the rally and frequently drowned out her backers.
  • Clinton gets nod from rival Sanders in White House race

    Clinton gets nod from rival Sanders in White House race

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    According to a campaign spokesman, Sanders remains a presidential candidate and is not dropping out of the race following his endorsement of Clinton. In recent days, Clinton announced new policies on higher education and health care in a nod to Sanders' campaign.
  • President Obama speaks at memorial service for slain Dallas cops

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    At police headquarters on Monday morning, a reporter asked Chief David Brown how he was holding up. "I see what's possible when we recognize that we are one American family, all deserving of equal treatment, all deserving equal respect, all children of God - that's the America I know", Obama said.
  • Stolen weapons 'to be used against Baton Rouge officers'

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    Anyone with information about the burglary is asked to call Baton Rouge police at 225-389-3824 or Crime Stoppers at 225-344-7867. "We took this as a very viable threat", Dabadie said. Evans stands tall in the image in a long, flowing sundress, looking calm yet defiant as she's arrested by two suited-up officers. Baton Rouge Police Chief Carl Dabadie Jr.
  • AL rides early homers to 4-2 win in All-Star Game

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    Hosmer was the first Royals player to hit a home run in an All-Star game since Bo Jackson in 1989. The home run Sale allowed was the 11th he had given up in his last 41 innings. The Cubs third baseman drove the ball 410 feet into the left field stands off the White Sox right-hander. Bryant ambushed a first-pitch, 96 miles per hour fastball, crushing it off the facing of the upper deck in left field for a homer.
  • Solar plane arrives in Egypt

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    Then, it will leave for Abu Dhabi in the United Arab Emirates where the trip around the world began in March 2015. Borschberg and his colleague, pilot Bertrand Piccard, conducted the flight around the world in a plane powered by solar energy, an opportunity to draw attention to the possibilities of using renewable energy sources for a wide variety of activities.
  • Obama to Visit Dallas in Wake of Police Shooting Deaths

    Obama to Visit Dallas in Wake of Police Shooting Deaths

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    Rough Cut (no reporter narration). Obama is expected to speak last before an interfaith choir - composed of singers from area churches - will join the Dallas Police Choir in closing with "Battle Hymn of the Republic". He added: "We are not as divided as we seem". Mr. Obama's choice of traveling companions underscored the theme of unity. Sen. John Cornyn, R-Texas, lauded the fallen officers for putting the people of Dallas above their own safety.
  • Congress to vote on gun control legislation next week, Ryan says

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    House Democrats criticized the measure, claiming the legislation is the handiwork of the NRA. Please consider sharing the Daily Bulletin with your friends and followers. Lee Zeldin as part of an anti-terrorism package. House Republicans have introduced legislation that seeks to delay gun purchases for individuals that have been investigated as a known or suspected terrorist in the past five years.
  • "Credible" plot to kill Baton Rouge police officers foiled

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    Porter said his client told officers to get out of his store following the shooting of Sterling. Dabadie says police are still trying to find another suspect and the rest of the stolen guns. Dunn said African-American leaders also are calling on police to release the 911 call and surveillance video from the convenience store where Sterling was killed.
  • AG Lynch to testify on Clinton email investigation

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    Last week, the Justice Department formally closed its probe into whether classified information was mishandled because of Clinton's use of a private email server while she was secretary of state without any criminal charges. "It reflects a larger problem in government", he added. Six in 10 voters say the outcome will have no impact on their vote this November, even as those who do largely say it discourages them from backing the presumptive Democratic nominee.
  • Beijing conducts new naval maneuvers in South China Sea

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    The South China Sea has become a growing source of tension between China and the USNatee Taweesrifuengfung, a professor of Thailand's Panyapiwat Institute of Management, expressed his concerns about the upcoming ruling from the Permanent Court of Arbitration in The Hague in a recent interview.
  • "Hillary Clinton Understands", Says Bernie Sanders

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    But asked whether he worries he would be helping Trump by supporting Green Party candidate Jill Stein or writing in Sanders in November, Weaver shrugged, saying he believes there are ways for Congress to "restrict" Trump's power. Trump preemptively took to Twitter to blast Sanders for his endorsing Clinton , suggesting that he was betraying his staunchest supporters. The event at a Portsmouth high school sought to project Democratic unity before Republicans formally nominate Trump ...
  • Clinton set to meet with Senate Democrats

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    His campaign successfully secured deals with the party on climate change, criminal justice reform and a $15-an-hour minimum wage. But their thoughts on some of the other top issues facing the country?- and which of those issues are most important to them -? vary among young people from different racial and ethnic backgrounds.
  • Governor defends police tactics in protests

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    According to The Daily Beast , Muflahi is suing Officers Salamoni, Lake, Cook, and Ballard as well as the City of Baton Rouge and Police Chief Carl Dabadi . James said black community leaders want Louisiana Attorney General Jeff Landry to appoint a special prosecutor to handle any state investigation into Sterling's shooting death.
  • Bernie Sanders: Hillary Clinton 'Must' Become President

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    Presumptive Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton is set to receive an endorsement from her former rival Bernie Sanders. Sanders admitted that Clinton has won the Democratic nominating process and has more delegates than he does.
  • Pokémon Go maker Niantic moves to fix privacy 'mistake'

    Pokémon Go maker Niantic moves to fix privacy 'mistake'

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    Although Niantic has not yet commented on this permissions issue , they have recently posted a "Known Issues" update on their website regarding common problems such as Global Positioning System location desynching, the game's very bad battery life, and general server connection troubles.
  • Rudy Giuliani: 'I saved a lot more lives than Black Lives Matter'

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    However, he went on to say that if protesters are marching in the street they should be conscious of drivers. "It is better for the American people - and certainly the people of New York City - that Giuliani is no longer a public official", the protest leader charged.
  • East Baton Rouge DA Recuses Himself from Alton Sterling Police Shooting Case

    East Baton Rouge DA Recuses Himself from Alton Sterling Police Shooting Case

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    As of Monday, July 11, over 200 people have been arrested at unscheduled protests. After the interstate arrests, police stopped protesters walking in the road on Grand Avenue early Sunday and arrested 52 people. Over the weekend, Solange offered her support on Twitter for DeRay Mckesson , a well-known Black Lives Matter activist who was arrested during the Baton Rouge protests.
  • Dallas police chief defends decision to use robot to kill gunman

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    The police chief in Dallas, Texas has defended his decision to kill a suspected shooter with a bomb delivered by a remote-controlled robot . The suspect who killed five police officers in Dallas last week had prepared a larger assault on law enforcement, the city's police chief said on Sunday, citing evidence gathered from the killer's home that showed he had practiced with explosives .
  • Bailiffs Killed In Michigan Courthouse Shooting: Sheriff

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    Joseph. A deputy sheriff was also shot and was stable at a hospital, he said. The identity of the injured citizen was not released. Gordon was then killed by other officers. The sheriff did not say what charges the inmate was facing. A probation agent saw the inmate run past her, said The South Bend Tribune . He got a call from his nephew, who told him about the shooting Monday afternoon.
  • Dallas sniper had planned a larger attack, says police chief

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    In Wisconsin, a man posted calls on social media for black men to gun down white officers, and a woman in IL threatened in an online video to shoot and kill any officer who pulled her over, police said. Whether it was outside Dallas Police Department headquarters, where thousands had covered two squad cars with notes, flowers, balloons and candles or all over the city as a multiracial group of Dallas police officers comforted civilians, many in the the city came together in mourning.
  • Dairy Groups Support Senate on GMO Labeling Decision

    Dairy Groups Support Senate on GMO Labeling Decision

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    Short of a clear label, the link or QR code could include such language as, "Scan here for more food information ." Small manufacturers would be allowed to list a phone number. "I am proud that Vermont has led the way on a pro-consumer, pro-disclosure label, and I will continue to fight efforts to undermine it". Defeated by voters in four Western states and by state legislators in a couple dozen other states, it was passage of a GMO labeling law in tiny Vermont that finally forced ...
  • Obama calls for mutual respect from Black Lives Matter and police

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    Paul, Minnesota. At about 10:30 p.m., dozens of activists entered the freeway. "It starts here, with us", she said. "It's all been peaceful". Another protest is due to take place in Liverpool on July 16, co-organiser Ayo Akinrele, 27, vice-president of Liverpool Hope University 's student union, has said.
  • Giuliani continues sharp criticism of Black Lives Matter

    Giuliani continues sharp criticism of Black Lives Matter

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    Of course black lives matter , and they matter greatly. Three people - including a black 9-year-old boy - were shot dead outside a liquor store in California over the weekend, and one former civil rights leader wants to know why Black Lives Matter activists were no where to be found.
  • Box office recap: 'Finding Dory' wins the holiday weekend box office

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    In a weekend when Warner Bros.' "The Legend of Tarzan" swung higher than expected and Disney-Amblin's "The BFG" fell short of projections, it was " Finding Dory " that reigned supreme at the box office again, taking the No. The movie's four-day debut is projected to come in at $23.6 million. The sequel follows a presidential candidate (Elizabeth Mitchell) campaigning to end the Purge , a 12-hour period in which all crime is legal.
  • Man's home mistakenly set as Pokémon GO gym

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    The game has been available in the U.S., Australia and New Zealand since Wednesday and will be rolled out soon to Europe, Japan and other regions. One of the most interesting things that happened with Pokemon Go is that the developer and publisher Niantic is making teenagers and adults exercise.