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After mistrial, slain SC motorist's family still confident

After mistrial, slain SC motorist's family still confident

The trial lasted for five weeks, as the court heard arguments that largely centered around a cellphone video showing Slager shooting Scott five times in the back following a chase and struggle between the two. "We, as the jury, regret to inform the court that, despite the best efforts of all members, we are unable to come to an unanimous decision in the case of the State vs.



Trump tweet on flag burners stirs strong opinions

Trump on that", Duffy said Tuesday on CNN's "New Day". White House spokesman Josh Earnest responded by saying that though he himself found the burning of the flag "offensive", "the freedom that we all have to express ourselves in the way that we choose" is protected under the US Constitution.


Snowden says he does not expect pardon from Obama

Snowden says he does not expect pardon from Obama

Instead, Petraeus pleaded guilty to a misdemeanor charge of mishandling classified material. Snowden, who is living in Russian Federation to avoid standing trial in the USA, has asked Obama for a pardon, arguing that his disclosure of classified information about US and British surveillance programs benefited the public.


Putin hopes to mend ties with United States, boost anti-terror efforts

Putin hopes to mend ties with United States, boost anti-terror efforts

Russian President Vladimir Putin has called Donald Trump "a clever man" who should "quickly understand" his role. Mr Trump's stance on Russian Federation was heavily scrutinised throughout his presidential campaign making clear throughout he respects Russia's leader.


Al Gore Talks Climate Change With Ivanka Trump - and Donald Too

Al Gore Talks Climate Change With Ivanka Trump - and Donald Too

It was a honest search for areas of common ground. AL GORE: I found it an extremely interesting conversation and to be continued. Donald Trump campaigned for the White House as anti-climate change, and went as far as saying that global warming was a myth created by the Chinese.



Deputy dies when personal car goes into San Antonio sinkhole

Fire crews removed the dead victim's vehicle from the Quintana Road sinkhole Monday at around 1pm using a crane, although they said they were still searching for the body. Authorities found it upside-down in the hole, submerged nearly completely in 12 feet of water. But that mission has now become a recovery operation. "We are assisting her family as they deal with this tragedy".