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Baton Rouge residents gather to honor 3 slain police officers

Baton Rouge residents gather to honor 3 slain police officers

Even Louisiana State University's football coach, Les Miles, weighed in, saying in a statement that his heart "hurts for Baton Rouge and what's happened in our community". Residents said their city had been returning to normal before the killing of the officers, two white and one black. Jose Jackson spoke of his son's integrity, and how his passion for helping other people had motivated him to become a police officer since his childhood.


Owen Smith to challenge Jeremy Corbyn for UK Labour leadership

Owen Smith to challenge Jeremy Corbyn for UK Labour leadership

The current leader warned his warring backbenchers they could be ditched as candidates following a redrawing of constituency boundaries. After announcing her leadership challenge, Ms Eagle faced a backlash from Mr Corbyn's supporters and moves for deselection by her constituency party.


Scott, Bondi Tout Trump, Bash Clinton

Scott, Bondi Tout Trump, Bash Clinton

It is here in America. And the next president must destroy this evil. Case in point: Florida Governor Rick Scott proudly announcing plans to fire the politicians. It's no surprise there are several speakers from Florida here. Their political networks and currency with Florida Republicans should help Trump in what is expected to be a closely fought contest with Clinton in Florida.


Tim Tebow: Speaking slot at Trump convention 'a rumor'

Tim Tebow: Speaking slot at Trump convention 'a rumor'

And then again on July 8. Some area delegates said they'll need to hear more from Trump before they wholeheartedly support his candidacy heading into November. Though unbinding had not yet come up on Thursday, the vote indicated the effort may have a hard time succeeding. But he expects nearly all the delegates to rally around Trump .



House passes GMO labeling bill

Today, the U.S. House of Representatives passed the Biotech Labeling Solutions Act (S. 764) by a comfortable margin, less than a week after the bill cleared the Senate. Rodney Davis, R-Ill. In a letter sent directly to the president the renowned civil rights activist called attention to the "serious inequities [in the] GMO labeling legislation".