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Trump denies ever urging Comey to back off Flynn investigation

Trump denies ever urging Comey to back off Flynn investigation

Trump also lashed out in the morning on Twitter at the news that the Justice Department appointed a special prosecutor, former FBI director Robert Mueller, to oversee the investigation, calling the move a politically motivated "witch hunt" by his Democratic rivals.


National Police Week honors law enforcement across the country

National Police Week honors law enforcement across the country

US President Donald Trump lit the White House with blue lights honouring slain police officers, the media reported . Since last year's DPS Peace Officer Memorial Service on May 17, 2016, another 18 officers were killed in the line of duty in Texas.


Tad Cummins indicted on 2 charges by federal grand jury

Tad Cummins indicted on 2 charges by federal grand jury

Lawyers for the victim's family say she is back home and under treatment by mental health experts specializing in trauma. Tad Cummins, the former teacher accused of abducting a teenage student from Tennessee and taking her to California, was indicted Thursday on two federal charges.



Times Square crash victim was 18-year-old Michigan woman

They say he was captured at the scene and arrested. Firefighters and paramedics treat injured pedestrians. The area was packed with New Yorkers and tourists enjoying unseasonably warm temperatures at lunch hour. Another witness told WABC a driver drove onto the sidewalk and drove over multiple people. The vehicle ended up tilted on its left tires at West 45th Street, where street barriers stopped it, O'Neill said .


Autopsy being conducted on body of Chris Cornell

Autopsy being conducted on body of Chris Cornell

The "I Am The Highway" singer was found with a band around his neck inside a MGM Grand casino hotel room around midnight, according to police. Cornell had performed with Soundgarden in Detroit just hours before his death, and the last song he performed contained eerie references to death.


20 years' prison for ex-Secret Service agent in sexting case

20 years' prison for ex-Secret Service agent in sexting case

He was sacked from the Secret Service, and has been held in custody ever since. Moore's wife urged U.S. District Judge Daniel T.K. Hurley in court documents to sentence her husband, a retired Marine and father of two children, to the minimum sentence of 10 years.