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Trump tells GOP senators if they don't pass health care, he won't like it, "and that's OK" 
President Trump invited all the Republican senators to the White House to discuss health care, soon after Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell announced that the Senate vote on the bill, originally slated for this week, would be postponed until after the ...

Under fire, Orange County Sheriff says she won't seek reelection 
Orange County Sheriff Sandra Hutchens announced Tuesday she will not seek reelection as she faces growing questions over her department’s handling of a jail snitch scandal and the embarrassing escape by inmates at the county jail last year. Hutchens was ...

Will former Cincinnati police officer face 3rd trial? 
Terina DuBose-Allen, the sister of Sam DuBose, reacts after the re-trial of Ray Tensing ended in a mistrial because of a hung jury. Carrie Cochran CINCINNATI — As Hamilton County's prosecutor decides whether to pursue a third trial against a white ...

What Is Petya? Ransomware Attack Hits Computer Systems Across The Globe 
A new ransomware attack—a variant of malicious software known as Petya—has hit computer systems around the world in what appears to be a global cyberattack similar to WannaCry. Petya has hit Ukraine the hardest thus far, with computer systems belonging ...

Senate delays health care vote until after July 4 recess 
Senate Republican leaders on Tuesday delayed a vote on health care legislation until after the July 4 recess, CBS News has confirmed. Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell informed GOP senators of the delay during their weekly luncheon Tuesday, as the GOP ...

Police Commission says LAPD officers were justified in shooting 18-year-old during 'running gun battle' 
The Los Angeles Police Commission decided Tuesday that three officers were justified in fatally shooting an 18-year-old during what police have described as a “running gun battle” in a Watts housing project in which one officer was shot and wounded.

Travel ban's 'bona fide relationship' test could open legal floodgates 
In allowing President Trump’s revised travel ban to partially take effect, the Supreme Court left key questions unanswered and likely opened the floodgates for additional litigation. In a six-justice “per curiam” opinion, the high court ruled Monday ...

It’s Very Difficult to Convict Officers in Police Shootings, Experts Say 
It was supposed to be a "slam-dunk." Prosecutors seemed hopeful Ray Tensing, the University of Cincinnati police officer who shot and killed Samuel DuBose, an unarmed motorist, would be convicted of manslaughter. Tensing was also charged with murder.

California dad charged with murdering 5-year-old son denies knowing where boy is 
A California father told a judge on Tuesday that he wasn't hiding from the law when he was arrested in Las Vegas, and will not fight his transfer in custody to Los Angeles to face a murder charge in the disappearance of his 5-year-old son. Aramazd ...

California girl, 12, escapes from kidnappers’ car after they 'told her they’d take her into the mountains and kill her' 
The Whittier Police Department confirmed they are investigating the kidnapping of a 12-year-old girl who was able to escape her abductors Monday morning. According to police, at around 9:30am the girl was in front of her home near the 13400 block of ...

New Cyberattack Goes Global, Hits WPP, Rosneft, Maersk 
A new cyberattack similar to WannaCry is spreading from Europe to the U.S. and South America, hitting port operators in New York, Rotterdam and Argentina, disrupting government systems in Kiev, and disabling operations at companies including Rosneft PJSC ...

Hospitals Attack GOP Health Bill in $1 Million New Ad Campaign 
Powerful hospital and medical school lobbying groups are spending at least $1 million on television ads opposing Senate Republicans’ plan to repeal and replace Obamacare. The ads ask viewers to consider whether they’ll be among the millions of ...

3 Chicago police officers indicted in shooting death of Laquan McDonald 
Three "current or former" Chicago police officers have been indicted on state felony charges related to the 2014 death of 17-year-old Laquan McDonald, according to officials. The police officers were indicted for allegedly engaging in a conspiracy in an ...

New Orleans police arrest 2 suspects in brutal beating of tourists in French Quarter 
Authorities in New Orleans said two people have been arrested so far in the violent beating of two tourists during a robbery Saturday night in the French Quarter. Joshua Simmons, 18, was arrested early Tuesday morning and charged with second-degree robbery ...

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