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Pictures show him playing with his spinner as he walked off the plane to transfer air vessels in Maryland, after a weekend at his father's club in Bedminster, New Jersey. "It's official! @FLOTUS & Barron have made the move to DC!" Melania recently accompanied the President on his first foreign travel - a nine-day journey through several countries such as Saudi Arabia, Israel, Italy and Belgium.
  • Sheriff Says Ohio Man Is Suspect In 5 Slayings

    Sheriff Says Ohio Man Is Suspect In 5 Slayings

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    Police ruled out murder-suicide early in the investigation. Police said one of the victims was stabbed, Fox 8 reported. The victims there, Rogell E. He had barricaded himself into the house. The shirtless suspect was led away from the home at about 5:30 a.m.Tuesday, and taken to a hospital for evaluation.
  • Trump says Comey's 'leaks' are more prevalent

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    He contended that information was not classified or otherwise protected. The Justice Department responded late Thursday, saying that after consultations with department ethics officials Sessions recused himself because of his involvement in Trump's 2016 presidential campaign, "for that reason, and that reason alone".
  • Protest held as Texas deputy, husband in court over death

    Protest held as Texas deputy, husband in court over death

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    Supporters of the Hernandez family are also expected to gather at the courthouse before the Thompsons' hearing. A medical examiner ruled that he died of lack of oxygen to the brain caused by strangulation and chest compression. They want to make sure she has everything she needs. Earlier Friday, Hernandez's family and local activists held a news conference outside the sheriff's office in downtown Houston demanding such an internal affairs probe.
  • President Trump's Attorney Will File Complaint Against James Comey

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    President Donald Trump on Friday will officially take questions from reporters for the first time in three weeks, standing next to Romanian President Klaus Iohannis. Former FBI Director James Comey testifies before a Senate Intelligence Committee hearing on "Russian Federation Efforts to Interfere in the 2016 U.S.
  • Jury in Bill Cosby sex assault case scrutinizes his words

    Jury in Bill Cosby sex assault case scrutinizes his words

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    Cosby faces up to 10 years in prison on each of the three counts, but they could be merged for sentencing purposes. Victoria Valentino, a former Playboy bunny who says Cosby drugged and raped her 1965, said she would be thrilled with a conviction.
  • US College Student Released by North Korea Arrives in Ohio

    US College Student Released by North Korea Arrives in Ohio

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    Warmbier's parents, who have appeared on Fox News Channel in the past to plead for their son's release, expressed somber gratitude. Global negotiations on the dispute over North Korea's nuclear program have been in limbo for years, as the US cranks up economic sanctions and North Korea won't give up weapons it considers a guarantee against invasion.
  • Jeff Sessions testifies to Congress in wake of Comey appearance

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    Sessions was adamant he never had a third meeting with the Ambassador Sergey Kislyak. But his refusal to answer questions about his conversations with President Donald Trump, particularly whether they discussed the reasons for Comey's firing in an Oval Office meeting the day before the dismissal, was most disturbing.
  • President Trump say he's willing to testify in response to Comey testimony

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    The "collusion" reference is apparently to the White House's long-running contention that there is no evidence Trump's campaign colluded with Russian attempts to undermine the election. Special prosecutor Robert Mueller will be investigating Trump's firing of Comey for possible obstruction of justice. However, Trump and his attorney have disputed Comey's other assertions, including his claim that the president sought a pledge of loyalty.