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A police officer is acquitted of manslaughter for the fatal shooting of a black motorist. Castile was licensed to carry the weapon. Juror Dennis Ploussard said the jury was split 10-2 earlier this week in favor of acquittal and spent a lot of time dissecting the "culpable negligence" requirement for conviction.
  • Full coverage: Amazon is buying Whole Foods

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    I don't think there's any direct Amazon Whole Foods direct competition. Kroger dropped 14 percent early Friday , while Target sank 12 percent and United Natural Foods sank 20 percent. But with the purchase of Whole Foods , the PrimeNow service from Amazon could drastically expand the catalog of products that are available for PrimeNow as well as cut down the shipping time by a considerable amount.
  • Date, time set for Louisville's first College World Series game

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    Local fans in the early 1990's booed Florida State often as frustration for its football team beating Nebraska in New Year's Day bowl games. "They're going to dominate. "You can come in and watch the teams practice and get autographs from the team". LSU has been in Omaha for a few days and now it's getting closer to game time.
  • As Details Emerge, Kentucky Reps Respond To Virginia Shooting

    As Details Emerge, Kentucky Reps Respond To Virginia Shooting

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    Paul said he "wasn't sure where the shots were coming from". At the same time Steve Scalise over near second base scream, he was shot. Paul said that both officers were wounded during the firefight and that one of the officers continued to defend the congressmen and their staff after he was wounded.
  • Funeral set for prison guard killed in escape

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    The approached a nearby home and the homeowner called police and his neighbors. News 2 has learned the suspects tied up a man inside the home and spent about three hours there, even eating before stealing the couple's auto and leaving. The saga began with what could have been a scene out of a movie: 33 inmates were riding on a Georgia corrections bus as they were being driven to another prison.
  • Wounded NCCU alum throws out first pitch at Congressional Baseball Game

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    Scalise is a member of the team and had been fielding balls at second base in preparation for the game when he was shot . The annual Congressional Baseball Game for Charity , just a day after a gunman injured five people at a GOP practice field in Arlington, Virginia, was a "wonderful reminder that as Americans there is more that unites us than divides us".
  • Secret Service Says It Has No Tapes, Recordings Of Trump Conversations

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    Trump could also, meanwhile, turn over White House recordings of the president's conversations - if they exist. Trump White House members stayed silent after hearing about the existence of the conversations. Rosenstein in a memo to Trump raised concerns over FBI Director James Comey . Trump tweeted. "Witch Hunt". Speculation over this topic was kicked off by the president himself just days after he fired FBI Director James Comey .
  • Wall St falls as Amazon-Whole Foods deal crushes retailers

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    Loblaw: In the fall of 2014, Loblaw launched its click-and-collect program, where customers order their groceries online and collect them at a designated store. Pressure from activist investors got so high that Mackey told Texas Monthly magazine recently that "they're greedy bastards, and they're putting a bunch of propaganda out there, trying to destroy my reputation and the reputation of Whole Foods , because it's in their self-interest to do so".
  • Trump rips reports of obstruction probe, 'phony collusion' case

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    Trump (@realDonaldTrump) June 15, 2017You are witnessing the single greatest WITCH HUNT in American political history - led by some very bad and conflicted people! Mr Trump previously claimed he was the victim of a "witch hunt" in May after Mr Mueller, a former FBI director, was appointed to lead an investigation into his campaign's alleged ties to Russian Federation.
  • The 5 reasons for the verdict in the Michelle Carter trial

    The 5 reasons for the verdict in the Michelle Carter trial

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    Moniz noted Carter told Roy to get back into the truck after he got out, which she must have known was becoming a deadly environment. Bristol County prosecutor Maryclare Flynn portrayed Carter as a manipulative person who enjoyed her control over the teen and hoped to win sympathy for herself among her high school friends as a result of Roy's death.
  • Trump 'being investigated for obstruction of justice'

    Trump 'being investigated for obstruction of justice'

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    Trump expressed frustration Thursday at the prospect of that review, again taking to Twitter to denounce the probe as a "witch hunt", and complaining that Hillary Clinton should be the subject of a Russia-related investigation, not him. Trump wasn't under investigation personally prior to Comey's firing on May 9. The Times said intercepted phone calls showed "Trump associates had repeated contacts with Russian intelligence officials" in 2015.
  • White House says Trump looks forward to scheduling UK trip

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    The agency got back to the paper and said it has nothing to give. It's hard to imagine that any president of the United States would be so stupid as to record his conversations with aides, since Nixon's decision to do so went down as one of the greatest self-owns in American political history.