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Montana GOP hopeful Greg Gianforte allegedly body-slammed reporter

The Republican is now slated to appear in county court prior to June 7, the statement said, with a possible penalty of up to six months in county jail and a $500 fine. In that April 27 editorial, the paper criticized Gianforte for signaling his agreement with a constituent who called news media the "enemy". A reporter covering Montana's special House election was allegedly body slammed by a Republican candidate on Wednesday.


What we know about the Manchester bomber

What we know about the Manchester bomber

That decision was made because the authorities were still trying to find the "factory" where the bomb was produced, and whether Abedi had help in assembling the device, according to a law enforcement official who spoke on the condition of anonymity because of the secrecy surrounding the investigation.



Read Rupert Murdoch's Memo to Fox News on Roger Ailes' Death

The network made its debut in 1996 and became a place for conservatives to get the news they wanted. "He really did as much as anyone to redefine the Republican Party as a party of cultural populism ... The lawsuit quickly triggered accounts from more than 20 women with similar stories. Two weeks later, Ailes was ousted from the network with a $40 million severance package.



Former Trump campaign chairman submits Russia-related documents

Flynn was forced to resign after it became public knowledge that he had lied to Vice President Mike Pence about his contacts with Russian Ambassador Sergei Kislyak during the transition period. They also said an "escalating public frenzy" against Flynn and the appointment of a special counsel had created a legally perilous environment for Flynn to provide the information.



Israel Celebrates 50 Years Since Conquering Jerusalem

Trump spoke to British Prime Minister Theresa May about the attack, the White House said , expressing condolences and assistance on behalf of the U.S. He gushed with praise for Israel and, by standing in silent contemplation at the Western Wall, signalled his deep respect for Jewish tradition and the Jewish bond to Jerusalem .


United Kingdom police stop sharing Manchester attack info with USA after leaks

United Kingdom police stop sharing Manchester attack info with USA after leaks

But shortly after the interior minister complained, The New York Times newspaper again scooped British authorities and other media by publishing photographs from the scene of remnants of the bomb. They were arrested "after police executed warrants in South Manchester", the Greater Manchester Police department says. But Hashem Abedi had been in touch with attacker Salman Abedi, Bin Salem said, and was suspected of planning to carry out an attack in the Libyan capital.