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After the verdict was read, Yanez's lawyer Earl Gray told KSTP, "It was the right decision". On the video footage, Yanez can be heard saying, "OK don't reach for it then". Castile about the robbery suspicions, only that his brake light was out. Yanez had pulled over Castile and had claimed that he believed Castile was reaching for a weapon, despite instructions not to move his hands.
  • Ken Starr: Trump would be 'ill-advised' to fire Mueller

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    Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein appointed Mueller, a former FBI director, to handle the Russian Federation investigation. If the report is true and if it is confirmed that Trump obstructed justice by trying to get former Federal Bureau of Investigation ( FBI ) Director James Comey , and perhaps others, to end the Russian Federation probe, that could lead to the President's impeachment by Congress, something that many Democratic lawmakers say they would pursue if ...
  • Juneteenth celebration Saturday in Duluth

    Juneteenth celebration Saturday in Duluth

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    The Duluth branch of the NAACP and the African American Men's Group of Duluth will host the city's annual celebration from noon to 7 p.m. Event will offer a reading of Abe Lincoln's Emancipation Proclamation that will take place Saturday, June 17 at the North Beach Gazebo at 3 p.m.
  • Appeals court rules against Pres. Trump's travel ban

    Appeals court rules against Pres. Trump's travel ban

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    On Monday, a three-judge panel of the Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals ruled against a revised version of the executive order, using the president's tweets against him in making their decision. Hawaii's court papers mentioned a series of Twitter posts that Trump wrote on June 5, after the administration sought Supreme Court intervention.
  • Many Cuban exiles embrace Trump policy but want more

    Many Cuban exiles embrace Trump policy but want more

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    While a formal announcement in this regard would be made by Trump himself in Miami later in the day, officials at the White House said the reversal of Obama's Cuba policy was about meeting one of the US President's top campaign promise. Some 285,000 people visited the Caribbean country in 2016, up 74 percent over 2015, with Americans the third biggest group after Canadians and Cuban expats.
  • Trump confirms he is being investigated over Comey firing

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    Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein , who recommended Comey's dismissal , is overseeing the broader investigation , which is being led by special counsel Robert Mueller . The president vehemently denies any collusion between himself or any of his associates and Russian Federation. He had likened the appointment of the special counsel with the "single greatest witch hunt of a politician in American history ".
  • Divorce bill focus of Brexit talks on Monday

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    May had called a snap election in order to capitalize on disarray within the opposition Labour Party and gain a greater working majority in the House of Commons than she inherited from David Cameron. The stakes for May are high. In a speech at the Chamber President's annual lunch at Belfast City Hall today, Ellvena Graham said the DUP must secure a deal "for the benefit of everyone in Northern Ireland".