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People Justine Damond's family suing Minneapolis and police officers over her fatal shooting
Author: 0 Justine Damond's family suing Minneapolis and police officers over her fatal shooting

Ms Ruszczyk was shot dead by Minneapolis police officer Mohamed Noor as she approached his police auto to report a suspected rape in progress on July 15 past year. Noor's lawyer, Thomas Plunkett, has said previously that the officer acted as he had been trained. The criminal case against Noor is pending. Prosecutors have charged Mr Noor with murder and manslaughter, alleging he acted recklessly with disregard for human life.

People House Republicans move to impeach deputy attorney general
Author: 0 House Republicans move to impeach deputy attorney general

The Republicans who introduced the resolution have criticized Rosenstein for not being responsive enough as they have requested documents related to the Russian Federation investigation and a closed investigation into Democrat Hillary Clinton's emails.

People Trump refuses to answer questions about secret recording with Michael Cohen
Author: 0 Trump refuses to answer questions about secret recording with Michael Cohen

He said the conversation never should have been recorded in the first place, let alone released in the media. Lawyers for the two men have said the payments ultimately were never made. The woman, former Playboy model Karen McDougal , had signed a $150,000 deal in August 2016 for her story with American Media Inc., parent company of The National Enquirer .

People Stormy Daniels' husband sues her for divorce in Texas
Author: 0 Stormy Daniels' husband sues her for divorce in Texas

Daniels also said in the interview that she was paid $130,000 (U.S.) by Trump's lawyer to keep quiet about the alleged fling ahead of the 2016 presidential election - a payment that had been previously reported. "A petition for divorce was filed last week, the accuracy of which is vehemently disputed", Daniel's attorney added. A hearing has been scheduled for Friday.

People Trump star on Hollywood Walk of Fame destroyed again
Author: 0 Trump star on Hollywood Walk of Fame destroyed again

A suspect quickly turned himself in to the LAPD. His identity was not disclosed. Private security in the area attempted to intervene but couldn't stop the man because they don't have police powers, she said. One witness told USA television she had assumed the man destroying the star was a roadworker. The suspect pulled a pickaxe out of a guitar case before striking Mr Trump's sidewalk honour, the Los Angeles Times reported .

People Russian hackers infiltrated USA utility networks affecting hundreds
Author: 0 Russian hackers infiltrated USA utility networks affecting hundreds

According to the news agency, the group of the hackers known as Dragonfly or Energetic Bear , managed to bypass the security of the American electric companies networks. Hackers then began hoovering up information on the networks such as how the networks were configured, what kit was in operation and how it was controlled.

People Audio expert analyzes secret Trump-Cohen tape
Author: 0 Audio expert analyzes secret Trump-Cohen tape

And that could be of interest to investigators looking into whether Cohen violated election laws by orchestrating hush money payouts. On the tape, Trump and Cohen can be heard discussing a potential payment to a former Playboy Playmate of the Year named Karen McDougal .

People Airlines Changing Taiwan References as China's Deadline Approaches
Author: 0 Airlines Changing Taiwan References as China's Deadline Approaches

United spokesman Frank Benenati confirmed the airline made the website changes on Wednesday and said it "abides by and respects local laws and regulations in all markets and jurisdictions where we operate and conduct business". A check of American Airlines' website showed it now listed only Taipei's airport code and city, but not the name Taiwan. Another source in Beijing told Reuters he was informed unofficially by the USA government that airlines would only use certain city names in ...

People Boulder dislodges from Western Wall, hits plaza
Author: 0 Boulder dislodges from Western Wall, hits plaza

To Muslims it is the Haram al-Sharif compound, the third-holiest in Islam after Mecca and Medina, and home to the Al-Aqsa mosque and the Dome of the Rock. Despite the falling rock, Mr Hasson was able to joke that it was testament to the original builders. The incident came a day after the Jewish holy day of Tisha B'av , when Jews fast in commemoration of the destruction of two ancient temples.

People Trump delays proposed Putin meeting until 2019 - 'after the Russia witch hunt'
Author: 0 Trump delays proposed Putin meeting until 2019 - 'after the Russia witch hunt'

Putin's top foreign policy aide Yury Ushakov said that several days after the Helsinki meeting the Kremlin received a USA proposal to organise a new summit in Washington "at the end of the year". Trump appeared at one point to give Putin's denial of those efforts the benefit of the doubt and in another to blame the United States for its role in the activities - something that has received sharp pushback from lawmakers.

People United Kingdom to stockpile food in the event of no deal Brexit
Author: 0 United Kingdom to stockpile food in the event of no deal Brexit

Overall responsibility for the talks is being moved to the Cabinet Office, the ministry which supports May and where her main Brexit advisor, civil servant Olly Robbins, is based. Despite correcting himself to say the "Irish Sea", Mr Raab failed to give a similar guarantee that there would be no "regulatory border" between Northern Ireland and the rest of the United Kingdom after Brexit.

People Dem Rep: Media Have Made Ocasio-Cortez Into ‘Some Kind of Deity’
Author: 0 Dem Rep: Media Have Made Ocasio-Cortez Into ‘Some Kind of Deity’

In a speech over the weekend, DeSantis attacked Ocasio-Cortez - who is 28 - as a "girl". That's more than a quarter of all itemized donations she received in June and about 71 percent of the roughly $99,400 in itemized donations she collected in the days after her victory over Crowley.

People White House May Have Broken Federal Law by Doctoring Trump-Putin Video
Author: 0 White House May Have Broken Federal Law by Doctoring Trump-Putin Video

Trump's proposed Washington meeting with Russian President Vladimir Putin has been delayed until 2019. The soccer ball that Russian President Vladimir Putin gave to President Trump at their summit in Finland apparently contained a chip that can transmit information to nearby cell phones, according to a report .

People Owens case a loss for society: lawyers demand reform of divorce laws
Author: 0 Owens case a loss for society: lawyers demand reform of divorce laws

She says he has behaved unreasonably and that she should not reasonably be expected to stay married. Mr and Mrs Owens have not lived together since 2015. Owens' lawyer, Simon Beccle, told reporters that his client must now wait until 2020, when the couple will have been separated for five year. Another said parliament had decreed that being in a "wretchedly unhappy marriage" was not a ground for divorce.

People Heatwave kills 30 people in sweltering Japan's record-breaking temperatures
Author: 0 Heatwave kills 30 people in sweltering Japan's record-breaking temperatures

The high temperature was recorded in the city of Kumagaya, in Saitama prefecture, topping the previous high of 41 in the western prefecture of Kochi in August 2013, according to the Japan Meteorological Agency . Weather reports said even higher temperatures were recorded on the country's eastern coast. The Tokyo Fire Department reported that, rescue teams Thursday responded to more than 3000 emergency calls as the temperatures soared to 40C and 317 people were taken to hospital.

People Trump puts Putin meeting off until 2019
Author: 0 Trump puts Putin meeting off until 2019

The remarks and Trump's overall performance - both at the Helsinki meeting with Putin and during the two-day North Atlantic Treaty Organisation summit in Brussels the previous week - stunned diplomatic, security and intelligence experts in the USA and around the world.

People Trump tells everybody 'be cool' as trade tensions escalate
Author: 0 Trump tells everybody 'be cool' as trade tensions escalate

The EU trade commissioner, Cecilia Malmstrom, said Wednesday that the EU is readying tariffs on $20 billion of USA goods if Trump imposes trade levies on imported cars. The Post credited "two people briefed on the plan" as sources. Trump has been critical of the European Union over its $150 billion trade surplus with the U.S.

People Xi calls for rejection of trade wars
Author: 0 Xi calls for rejection of trade wars

The agreements were signed on the eve of the three-day 10th BRICS Summit, which opens in Johannesburg on Wednesday. Chinese President Xi Jinping said there would be no victor in a global trade war, urging fellow developing powers on Wednesday to reject unilateralism in the wake of tariff threats by U.S.

People Feds Have 12 Michael Cohen Audio Recordings
Author: 0 Feds Have 12 Michael Cohen Audio Recordings

McDougal said she had a 10-month "romantic relationship" with Trump . AMI had reportedly reached a $150,000 deal to pay McDougal for her story about their alleged 2006 affair, which it never published - a tactic commonly known in the world of tabloid publishing as "catch and kill".

People Trump assures farmers he has their back amid mounting trade war
Author: 0 Trump assures farmers he has their back amid mounting trade war

The food purchased from farmers would include some types of fruits, nuts, rice, legumes, dairy products, beef and pork, officials said . President Donald Trump is declaring that "Tariffs are the greatest!" and threatening to impose additional penalties on USA trading partners as he prepares for negotiations with European officials at the White House .

People White House Video Of Trump-Putin Press Conference Edits Important Question
Author: 0 White House Video Of Trump-Putin Press Conference Edits Important Question

President Donald Trump said on Tuesday he believes Russian Federation will work hard to sway November U.S. congressional elections toward Democrats and not his fellow Republicans, but provided no evidence to back up his assertion. It could be some other power, not just Russian Federation. The US President himself argued if Russian Federation had compromising material then "it would have been out long ago".

Author: 0 Man Smashes Trump's Hollywood Walk of Fame Star to Smithereens

After almost two years of vandalism and other destruction attempts, Donald Trump's star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame has been completely destroyed by an unknown vandal. It took several weeks to fix the star after that incident. He said he wanted to sell off the pieces of the damaged star to the women who claimed they were sexually assaulted by Mr Trump.

People Thai cave survivors ordained at Buddhist temple
Author: 0 Thai cave survivors ordained at Buddhist temple

Buddhism is Thailand's main religion and is followed by more than 90 per cent of the population. (PANUMAS SANGUANWONG / AFP/GETTY IMAGES) The 11 boys, ages 11 to 16, became Buddhist novices in a religious ceremony, while their 25-year-old coach was ordained as a monk.

People Study shows dogs move quicker to help owners when they cry
Author: 0 Study shows dogs move quicker to help owners when they cry

In a paper called Timmy's in the well: Empathy and Prosocial Helping in Dogs , whose title pays homage to the television show Lassie , researchers found that dogs with strong bonds to their owners hurried to push through a door when they heard them crying .

People Former Trump campaign adviser was working with Russian government, Federal Bureau of Investigation document claims
Author: 0 Former Trump campaign adviser was working with Russian government, Federal Bureau of Investigation document claims

Last week, a federal grand jury charged 12 Russian intelligence officers with hacking Democratic networks in 2016, in the most detailed United States accusation yet that Moscow meddled in the presidential election to help Trump . As the Inquisitr has reported , Page was named in the Steele Dossier - the private intelligence file detailing deep ties between Trump and Russian Federation - which alleged that Page met in Russian Federation in 2016 with Igor Sechin, the CEO of Russia's ...

People Suspect arrested in Oakland train station stabbing attack
Author: 0 Suspect arrested in Oakland train station stabbing attack

John Cowell has been identified as the suspect in the stabbing death of Nia Wilson . Abdul Bey, 20, has been arrested in connection with the attack, police told the station. Marchers demonstrated about perceived abuses and neglect of the city's large African-American community. As the Mayor of Oakland, it's important I acknowledge that this horrific crime has a context.

People Stay out of sun, public told, as heat set to hit 35C
Author: 0 Stay out of sun, public told, as heat set to hit 35C

This week the brunt of the warm weather will... Keep your home as cool as possible - shading windows and shutting them during the day may help. People should drink plenty of fluid and make sure vulnerable people living on their own knows what to do.

People Multiple casualties in downtown Toronto shooting
Author: 0 Multiple casualties in downtown Toronto shooting

Medication and therapy had failed to help him, they said, adding that they "could never imagine that this would be his devastating and destructive end". Some of the victims were treated at the scene, while others were taken to local hospitals. Witnesses heard many shots and described the suspect walking past restaurants and cafes and patios on both sides of the street and firing into them.

People Trump blasts Cohen over tape disclosure
Author: 0 Trump blasts Cohen over tape disclosure

Donald Trump's former attorney and longtime "fixer" Michael Cohen feels like he's been "hung out to dry", Vanity Fair reporter Emily Jane Fox noted during a Tuesday morning MSNBC appearance - and he's using what he knows to hit back at the president and his family.

People Tape reveals Trump and lawyer discussing payoff over alleged affair
Author: 0 Tape reveals Trump and lawyer discussing payoff over alleged affair

Cohen responds that they would "have to pay", to which Trump is heard responding "pay with cash". Cohen explains to Trump that he looked into how to finance the purchase of the story. He believes that along with the president, Trump's son-in-law Jared Kushner and eldest son Donald Trump Jr., who he once considered a brother, are all working to undermine him.

People British PM takes control of Brexit talks
Author: 0 British PM takes control of Brexit talks

But Mr Raab rejected suggestions that his department had been downgraded, describing the move as a "shifting of the Whitehall deckchairs". A special unit within May's office has played an increasing role in Brexit talks during recent months, and Tuesday's announcement formalises that shift in responsibility.

People Donald Trump says Russian Federation will ‘push hard’ for Democrats during November elections
Author: 0 Donald Trump says Russian Federation will ‘push hard’ for Democrats during November elections

Kremlin aide Yuri Ushakov said that though Washington and Moscow agreed there was a need for another Putin-Trump meeting, Russian Federation had not yet begun any practical preparations for a new meeting. "We would certainly not be giving him an invitation to do a joint session", Ryan added. More than half - 54 percent of voters overall - say Trump was not acting in the "best interest" of the US, and 48 percent of white voters without college degrees agreed.