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Shot Congressional aide from Houston speaks to CBS NEWS

Shot Congressional aide from Houston speaks to CBS NEWS

House Majority Whip Steve Scalise was shot in the hip and remains in critical condition . " So on this special night, I leave you with three great American words that for generations have torn down barriers, built bridges of unity, and defied those who have sought to pull us apart ".



Korea willing to enter talks if North stops nuclear, missile tests: Moon

Pyongyang test-launched anti-ship cruise missiles on June 8, its 10th test this year and its fourth since Moon took office on May 10. The 15th North-South Joint Declaration was followed by the October 4th North-South Declaration, made at the second inter-Korean summit meeting also held in Pyongyang in 2007.



Sen. Kamala Harris: "When we use our voices, we've got the power".

Senator Harris is new to her role, she is a woman, and she is African and Indian-American. Harris spoke about the everyday Americans who would be helped by policies promoting economic justice, such as a $15 minimum wage and debt-free college education, particularly women who have been left behind in the past.



Putin says Western sanctions made Russian Federation stronger and comments on Comey leak

The Russian president also said the latest United States sanctions over alleged election meddling were efforts to "contain Russia ". Edward Snowden , who is facing espionage charges in the U.S., is a whistleblower and former CIA contractor who leaked United States intelligence documents on mass surveillance and was given political asylum by Russian Federation.



Putin Blames New Russia Sanctions On 'Domestic Political Problems' In The US

Snowden?" he asked. Although a corruption conviction - thought by worldwide rights organisations to be politically motivated - probably bars him from running for the presidency next year, Mr. Putin dismissed recent USA efforts to tighten the sanctions , saying it was evidence of the U.S. looking for an external power to blame for its own political strife.