Philando Castile death: Police officer found not guilty

The video shows that, in the moments before Castile died, a calm Reynolds tells him "stay with me", and then explains they had been pulled over for a broken tail light. Protesters chant and dance in front of a memorial to Philando Castile on the gates of the governor's residence in St Paul, Minnesota in July 2016.

US Open at a glance

US Open at a glance

For the first time since the Official World Golf Ranking began in 1986, Nos. He finally dropped a shot with a strong chip and a missed par putt on No. Rory McIlroy will miss the cut, but at least one of his US Open records is safe - 35 consecutive holes without a bogey to start a US Open . Some of the world's top-ranked players and pre-tournament favourites look poised to miss the cut.

'Americans should be skeptical about anonymous allegations,' says Rod Rosenstein

Mueller's investigation began to focus on Trump after he fired then-FBI Director James Comey in May. At a Senate Intelligence Committee hearing last week, Coats and Rogers refused to say whether Trump asked them to intervene in the investigation, which is also examining whether the Trump campaign team colluded with Russian Federation during last year's presidential campaign.

With Tweetstorm on Travel Ban, Trump Makes Court Case for His Opponents

But " extreme vetting " is what's now in place, says Trump in yet another Monday tweet , saying the courts are slow and political . So, the court is sure to ask, if we already have such a system, why would we need a "temporary" moratorium to create one? Forty percent feel the Supreme Court is unlikely to uphold the ban, which impacts travelers from Syria, Iran, Libya, Somalia, Sudan and Yemen.

Minnesota officer acquitted in motorist shooting

Minnesota officer acquitted in motorist shooting

November 16: Yanez is charged with three felonies: second-degree manslaughter and two counts of risky discharge of a firearm. He also faces two lesser counts of endangering Reynolds and her daughter for firing his gun into the auto near them.

President Trump says he wants a better deal with Cuba

The mood in the theater was festive before Trump's speech, with red, white and blue bunting ringing the overhanging balcony and chants of "USA! USA!" "The investments in Cuba by Canadian companies and business people, the opportunities for tourism, for trade and for mutual benefit in this relationship will certainly continue".