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 2 yrs | Donald Trump stands by comments on immigration - NPR reporter

              Business magnate Donald Trump is standing by his comments on immigration and says they "happen to be correct," responding to Monday's news that NBC has ended its relationship with the business magnate, who is running for president in next year's election. Guardian U.S. reporter Zach Stafford added that Trump first learned of the news when CNN asked for his comment at a press conference in Chicago.   

  Chicago, IL        11 UPDATES


 2 yrs | U.S. State Department to release next tranche of Hillary Clinton emails on Tuesday - Reuters

              The U.S. State Department will release the next tranche of emails from former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton on Tuesday, department spokesman Mark Toner told reporters, according to the Reuters news agency. It was not immediately known how many emails would be released.   

  United States        29 UPDATES



 2 yrs | NBC ends relationship with Donald Trump, won’t air Miss USA and Miss Universe pageants

              "Due to the recent derogatory statements by Donald Trump regarding immigrants, NBCUniversal is ending its business relationship with Mr. Trump," the network said in a statement. The news comes after 218,000 people signed a petition calling for NBC to cut its ties with Trump, who earlier this month referred to some Mexicans as "rapists, drug users and criminals." [statement attached]   

  United States        11 UPDATES



 2 yrs | New Jersey man arrested, charged with conspiracy to provide material support to ISIS

              Alaa Saadeh, 23, of West New York, New Jersey, was arrested early this morning and has been charged with conspiring with other individuals in New Jersey and New York to provide services and personnel to ISIS. He is also charged with aiding and abetting an attempt to provide services and personnel to ISIS and attempting to persuade a witness to lie to the FBI, according to the U.S. Justice Department. [Statement, court documents attached]   

  West New York, New Jersey        115 UPDATES



 2 yrs | Condition of NY escapee David Sweat improves overnight, speaking to authorities

              The condition of David Sweat, whose escape from a New York prison earlier this month led to a massive manhunt, has been upgraded from critical to serious, according to Albany Medical Center. Meanwhile, CNN cites a source close to the investigation as saying that Sweat told authorities that he and fellow inmate Richard Matt had planned to flee to Mexico.   

  Albany, NY        5 UPDATES



 2 yrs | LIVE: Officials provicde update on Washington wildfire

  Wenatchee, Washington        2 UPDATES


 2 yrs | WA Gov. Inslee says in contact with emergency officials battling Sleepy Hollow wildfire

              Washington Governor Jay Inslee says he is in contact with emergency management officials as firefighters continue to battle the Sleepy Hollow wildfire in Wenatchee, which has destroyed several homes and has forced the evacuation of hundreds of people. "Yet again, our state is experiencing a catastrophic wildfire that has displaced families and shut down businesses," he said. "[ I ] urge people in the impacted area to follow the advice of emergency personnel."   

  Wenatchee, Washington        2 UPDATES



 2 yrs | LIVE: Trial of accused Aurora, Colo., movie theater shooter James Holmes

  Aurora, CO        10 UPDATES


 2 yrs | 211,000 sign petition for NBC to cancel Trump shows over ‘hateful and divisive remarks’

              More than 211,000 people have signed a petition for NBC to cut its ties with business magnate Donald Trump, who announced earlier this month that he will seek the Republican nomination in the 2016 U.S. presidential election. "You did not cancel Miss USA, The Apprentice or even made reference to his hateful and divisive remarks," the petition says, referring to Trump's remarks on Mexicans, calling some of them "rapists, drug users and criminals."   

  United States        11 UPDATES


 2 yrs | U.S. Supreme Court blocks EPA limits on hazardous air pollutants from power plants

              The U.S. Supreme Court, in a 5-4 vote, has blocked new Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) rules that were designed to sharply limit hazardous air pollutants from power plants, agreeing that the rules are too costly and could lead to power outages.   

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