• New Rule Affects High School Baseball Pitch Counts
New Rule Affects High School Baseball Pitch Counts

Currently, high school pitchers in Tennessee can not throw more than 10 innings over a two-day span, but that rule does not take into account how many pitches are needed during those innings. He said in recent years he has heard from more parents and coaches concerned about injuries to younger players. Zionsville coach Jered Moore, whose tea...

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  • It Is Now A Federal Crime To Share Your Netflix Password
It Is Now A Federal Crime To Share Your Netflix Password

A federal court has ruled that sharing your Netflix password - in fact, sharing any password, is a federal crime under the Computer Fraud and Abuse Act (CFAA). Yet Judge Margaret McKeown, who ruled in favor of the government's use of the CFAA to prosecute Nosal , wrote for the majority that "unauthorized access" was "an unambiguous, non-technica...

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  • Baton Rouge police: Three arrested in plot to harm officers
Baton Rouge police: Three arrested in plot to harm officers

Edwards has largely faulted people from outside the city who he said have taken "a more violent approach". Abdullah Muflahi , the owner and manager of the store in Baton Rouge where Alton Sterling was shot and killed . But Friday, tensions ratcheted up. Police said they increased their presence in the city following the shooting death of Alt...

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  • The Hague Court disregards China's maritime jurisdiction claims
The Hague Court disregards China's maritime jurisdiction claims

China had earlier made a decision to boycott the court proceedings, saying that the latter did not have the jurisdiction to decide on the matter. " China's sweeping, yet undefined, South China Sea claims don't hold water", U.S. The senators said the United States should be "regularly challenging China's excessive maritime claims" through air ...

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  • Biles locks up spot on US Olympic gymnastics team
Biles locks up spot on US Olympic gymnastics team

She's the most decorated female medalist at world championships and just needed to do her job to make the team. From the get-go, the one-time UCLA commit and three-time defending world all-around champion's place was never in doubt. Hernandez also has the potential to compete in the all-around final should she get the chance to compete all four eve...

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  • Trump quips about winning in November - and not serving as president
Trump quips about winning in November - and not serving as president

John McCain , according to a source familiar with the closed-door meeting. Sasse took criticism from Trump as did two other Republican senators who have refused to endorse him. Cruz's speech could go a long way towards easing some of that tension and helping heal that rift, as many of his supporters remain deeply skeptical of Trump .

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  • Cosby in court in renewed bid to force accuser to testify
Cosby in court in renewed bid to force accuser to testify

This is a breaking news update. The judge made the ruling Thursday, saying Cosby shouldn't get a new preliminary hearing. Bill Cosby returned to a Pennsylvania criminal court on Thursday as the comedian's lawyers prepared to mount their latest attempt to have the sexual assault case against him thrown out.

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  • Scott Walker to speak at Republican National Convention
Scott Walker to speak at Republican National Convention

In an appearance on WKOW 27 News on Tuesday morning, Walker said that not voting for Donald Trump would be akin to a vote for Hillary Clinton. Wisconsin Governor Scott Walker is back to supporting Donald Trump, but doing it without using the name of the likely Republican presidential nominee.

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  • Trump offers assurances to GOP rank-and-file in Congress
Trump offers assurances to GOP rank-and-file in Congress

Rep. Luke Messer, R-Ind., director of the House Republican Policy Committee, said he was impressed by the version of Trump he saw in person, versus his stage persona. They also waved signs displaying the mug shots of vulnerable Republicans up for re-election in the Senate with "Make America Great Again" hats superimposed atop their heads.

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  • Protesters disrupt Senate vote on genetically modified food
Protesters disrupt Senate vote on genetically modified food

Roberts and Stabenow are reportedly pulling out all the lobbying stops to get the bill passed in the days before the Senate breaks for the summer. The man presiding over the Senate called for order multiple times. "Ultimately, this could lead to higher prices and even lost jobs in other states". The USDA's statement contrasts with a June 27 Foo...

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  • Justice Department asks judge to block transgender law
Justice Department asks judge to block transgender law

The 4th Circuit Court of Appeals — which oversees North Carolina federal courts — ruled in April in favor of a transgender teenager in Virginia who was seeking to use the boys' restrooms at school. The brief claimed that "excluding transgender men and women from bathroom and changing facilities consistent with their gender identity causes signi...

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  • US protests after police shooting of black man in Louisiana
US protests after police shooting of black man in Louisiana

An officer-involved shooting in Baton Rouge that left a man dead outside a convenience store is under new scrutiny after WBRZ obtained video of the shooting. They aggressively toss the man on the hood of a silver sedan and then flingss the man to the pavement. Both got on top of him, and one ordered him not to move.

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  • Lewandowski on Trump tweet criticism: 'Political correctness run amok'
Lewandowski on Trump tweet criticism: 'Political correctness run amok'

The image's appearance on /pol/ and @FishBoneHead1's twitter feed was first reported by the website mic.com. Trump's twitter account remained silent on the issue yesterday. "I will either write in my wife's name, who will be an ideal president, or I will write in the name of a third party candidate", he said. "Just saw #DonaldTrump's Star o...

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  • UN warns of war's 'catastrophic impact' on Iraqi children
UN warns of war's 'catastrophic impact' on Iraqi children

Fallujah was the last bastion of Isis in Anbar province, and was ISIS' base of operations for attacks, usually terror attacks, on civilians in Baghdad . Large convoys represent unusually target-rich environments and appealing missions for coalition and Iraqi air forces, as ISIS forces usually avoid large, visible gatherings and typically have to b...

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  • NC to host both Trump and Clinton rallies on Tuesday
NC to host both Trump and Clinton rallies on Tuesday

Two hours after the original tweet , Trump's account tweeted a new image that replaced the star with a circle. The attack ad drew immediate condemnation from social media users, with some questioning Trump's motive for using a six-pointed star in the campaign ad slamming Clinton .

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  • Trump Draws Ire for Anti-Clinton Tweet With Star of David Shape
Trump Draws Ire for Anti-Clinton Tweet With Star of David Shape

But Reuters says the original image is "a reminder of the unrestrained side of Trump". Two hours after the initial post, Trump tweeted a different version of the same image, this time with a circle under the words "Most Corrupt Candidate Ever!" instead of the star.

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  • Clinton Campaign Says It Has $44M in Bank for 2016 Race
Clinton Campaign Says It Has $44M in Bank for 2016 Race

Clinton may be seeking to counter that Trump thrust into the Northeast and Midwest by seeking to make gains in southern Republican states that are seen as vulnerable due to Trump's positions on immigration and trade. "No, I do not hate Secretary Clinton ". He continued, "I've known her for 25 years, I have a lot of respect for her". We have...

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  • Rajon Rondo goes to Chicago for 2 years, $30M
Rajon Rondo goes to Chicago for 2 years, $30M

The teams interested in Rondo need an upgrade at the point. The Kings gave Rondo $10 million last season on a one-year contract. At one point, the idea of Rondo playing for the Bulls would have been as comical as the idea of Joakim Noah playing for the Cleveland Cavaliers.

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  • Cleveland police to wear body cameras during GOP convention
Cleveland police to wear body cameras during GOP convention

The Cleveland native has two popular restaurants, Lola and the aforementioned Mabel's, located on the city's popular East 4th Street, in very close proximity to the Quicken Loans Arena where the convention will be hailed. "Michael Symon can bar Donald Trump from his restaurant", says Avery Friedman, a professor of constitutional law. Ditka ...

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  • George Will: 'This is not my party,' switches from GOP to unaffiliated
George Will: 'This is not my party,' switches from GOP to unaffiliated

When they pressed further, Republicans explained that they thought it was best to steer clear of Donald Trump . Besides their uphill fight to win enough delegate support to change the rules, the coalition of anti-Trump groups are raising money to hire parliamentarians and lawyers to attend the convention, run TV ads and protect recalcitrant supp...

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  • Trump used charity cash for Tim Tebow memorabilia
Trump used charity cash for Tim Tebow memorabilia

Komen organization, when a Denver Broncos helmet bearing the autograph of Tebow himself caught the mogul's eye. In this instance, Trump bid for the helmet at a Palm Beach, Fla., fundraiser for the Susan G. While the experts said that what Trump did would technically classify as a violation, it depends what became of the helmet and jersey . In 20...

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  • Family of Victim Disappointed in Judge's Ruling
Family of Victim Disappointed in Judge's Ruling

Rabia Chaudry, a close family friend who has campaigned tirelessly for Adnan's conviction to be overturned, said she was "overwhelmed" by the decision. If the call log does not back up Jay's story, if the Nisha call is no longer set in stone, then think about it: what do we got for that file? He said he did speak to Syed's family, who were "d...

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  • General Assembly Passes Stopgap Budget Compromise
General Assembly Passes Stopgap Budget Compromise

But it also means the state will enter a second fiscal year without a full spending plan in place, setting up a high-stakes November election that will influence budget discussions in January. The governor's stopgap tour culminated in the introduction of revamped bills to fund schools and other services, measures that were filed Tuesday by Senate M...

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  • Long Island Expecting Severe Thunderstorms Friday Afternoon, Nassau Under Tornado Watch
Long Island Expecting Severe Thunderstorms Friday Afternoon, Nassau Under Tornado Watch

This is issued by the National Weather Service (NWS) when conditions are favorable for the development of tornadoes in and close to the watch area. Warm, moist air will be fuel for thunderstorms to turn volatile during the afternoon hours from central NY state and western New England to northern Virginia.

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  • AAA: More than 40 million will travel over Fourth
AAA: More than 40 million will travel over Fourth

AAA estimates more than 3 million Texans will travel over the July 4th holiday, but whether they will encounter falling or rising gasoline prices could depend on several factors that remain in play, including a jump in oil prices and the growing strength of the dollar in the wake of the United Kingdom's vote to leave the European Union.

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  • Texas affirmative action plan survives Supreme Court review
Texas affirmative action plan survives Supreme Court review

The University of MI also filed a brief in support of the University of Texas , said university spokesman Rick Fitzgerald. Moreover, "student body diversity promotes learning outcomes, and better prepares students for an increasingly diverse workforce and society".

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  • 2 transgender Democrats nominated in Western GOP strongholds
2 transgender Democrats nominated in Western GOP strongholds

The 30-year-old, who now works as a cashier at a grocery store, defeated conservative Democrat Jonathan Swinton 59.5 percent to 40.5 percent in the returns . Colorado Democratic congressional candidate Misty Plowright . It also makes her the first transgendered person in the country to be nominated for a congressional position by a major politica...

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  • TODAY'S FORECAST: Partly sunny, high near 75
TODAY'S FORECAST: Partly sunny, high near 75

There is a 30 percent chance of scattered showers firing up this afternoon. Partly cloudy, with a low around 70. Lakes Area Wednesday: Mostly cloudy with a 50% coverage of rain and thunderstorms. Thursday ...Considerable cloudiness with showers and thunderstorms likely. Partly sunny with a high near 93. Friday Night: South winds 5 to 10 k...

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  • Ditka, Bobby Knight to speak at GOP convention
Ditka, Bobby Knight to speak at GOP convention

As of publication, neither the Trump campaign nor the GOP convention team have responded to our requests for comment. After Tyson was sentenced to six years behind bars, Trump defended Tyson. However, Trump was criticized for boasting about Tyson's endorsement, given the fact that the former boxer has served three prison sentences in IN after b...

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  • Men whose wives, 4 kids killed in wreck ID'd
Men whose wives, 4 kids killed in wreck ID'd

Two California Highway Patrol officers saw the van catch fire, and both husbands, who were able to escape, ran up to the officers, pleading for help. Tuesday in the southbound lanes of Interstate 5 north of Gorman near Peace Valley Road and the Kern County line. The two fathers, who were inside the van when it was hit, suffered burns trying to ...

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  • Prince estate case heads back to Minnesota courtroom
Prince estate case heads back to Minnesota courtroom

The judge's vow for a slow process was a setback to attorneys for Prince's sister, Tyka Nelson , who want a quick resolution to establish control of the estate. At the close of the hearing, Judge Eide said he would allow interested parties to file in support of their positions for a period of two weeks before reaching a decision on the matter.

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  • 3 facing weapons charges from tunnel plead not guilty
3 facing weapons charges from tunnel plead not guilty

Smith replied, "I'm there". An Allentown, Pa., bail bondsman asked for their cash, too, in an effort to spring Cramsey, who was held on $75,000 bail. The van the three were travelling in had the name Higher Ground Tactical - a Pennsylvania gun range - on the side. They are holding out hope Cramsey can beat the charges and return to the fight he s...

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  • Many events scheduled to celebrate July 4 holiday in Henry County
Many events scheduled to celebrate July 4 holiday in Henry County

Indeed, the U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission reports that 60 percent of all fireworks injuries occur in the 30 days surrounding July Fourth. Be extra careful with sparklers . He also recommends people should not relight fireworks, throw or point them toward another individual or shoot from metal or glass containers.

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  • Supreme Court Rejects Appeal, Leaves Assault Weapon Bans in Place
Supreme Court Rejects Appeal, Leaves Assault Weapon Bans in Place

Further, Scalia's unexpected death this February without replacement on the bench led NYSRPA to drop out of the case, arguing the risk of moving forward outweighed any possible reward. A federal ban enacted in 1994 had similar prohibitions on certain semi-automatic firearms and magazines that were defined as high-capacity, but that law expired i...

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  • Supreme Court leaves state assault weapons bans in place
Supreme Court leaves state assault weapons bans in place

The 2nd Circuit concluded that "New York and CT have adequately established a substantial relationship between the prohibition of both semi-automatic assault weapons and large-capacity magazines and the important - indeed compelling - state interest in controlling crime".

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