Trump says U.S. should mull more racial profiling after Orlando shooting

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Republican U.S. Presidential candidate Donald Trump speaks at a campaign rally in PhoenixRepublican Donald Trump said on Sunday the United States should consider more racial profiling, in response to a question about whether he supported greater law enforcement scrutiny of Muslim Americans after the Orlando mass shooting. "I think profiling is something that we're going to have to start thinking about as a country," Trump told CBS' "Face the Nation." "You look at Israel and you look at others, and they do it and they do it successfully. Trump made similar comments last December about profiling, the targeting of specific demographic groups for extra scrutiny, after a Muslim American and his wife killed 14 people in San Bernardino, California.


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Attorney General: Clinton Email Probe Handled the Same as Any Other

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Attorney General Loretta Lynch said Sunday that the Justice Department probe into Hillary Clinton's emails is being conducted the same as similar investigations and that she has not discussed it with President Barack Obama. “I don't get involved in whom the President endorses and I don't have comments, as I said before, on any of the candidates,” said Lynch when asked on “Fox News Sunday” if her status as a political appointee by Obama created a conflict of interest for her now that Obama has endorsed Clinton.

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Homeless man charged in fire deaths was in US illegally

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The music is thumping and crowds are dancing at gay pride events around the country, with some revelers saying the partying is proof that people won't give in to fear after the Orlando attack. The music was thumping and crowds were dancing Saturday at gay pride events around the U.S., with some revelers saying the partying was proof that people won't give in to fear after last weekend's attack at a gay… Firefighters battling home-threatening wildfires in the West caught a break overnight as gusty winds died down but with the region bracing for sweltering heat, Saturday's respite could be brief, authorities said.

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Tension at funerals for Orlando victims with protest, irate driver

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The casket of Christopher Leinonen, who was killed at the Pulse gay nightclub, arrives at Cathedral Church of St. Luke for a funeral service in OrlandoFunerals for two of the 49 victims killed in the shooting at a nightclub in Florida were marked by tense scenes on Saturday, as an impatient driver was accused of injuring two law enforcement officers and one burial took place under the watch of anti-gay protesters. Two Osceola County Sheriff's deputies on motorcycles were injured at the funeral procession for Jean Carlos Mendez in Kissimmee, Florida, some 20 miles (32 km) south of Orlando, when a driver cut through the cortege and struck them with her car, according to a statement on the sheriff's Facebook page. The deputies were taken to the hospital, where both were in stable condition, said the sheriff's spokeswoman, Twis Lizasuain.


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FBI questions member of mosque attended by Orlando gunman

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A view of the Islamic Center of Fort Pierce attended by Pulse nightclub shooter Omar MateenBy Bernie Woodall and Ben Gruber ORLANDO, Fla./FORT PIERCE, Fla. (Reuters) – FBI agents on Friday questioned a member of the Florida mosque attended by Omar Mateen, the man who shot 49 people to death at a gay nightclub, as new information surfaced revealing the killer had exhibited chronic behavioral problems during his youth. Academic records obtained by Reuters showing Mateen was frequently suspended as a student – at least twice for fighting before he was transferred to a special high school for potential dropouts – added to a disturbing portrait of the long-troubled gunman who committed the deadliest mass shooting in modern U.S. history. Mateen, the 29-year-old private security guard shot dead by police at the end of the June 12 massacre in Orlando, has been described by his first wife – whom he divorced after a brief marriage – as an abusive, mentally disturbed man with a violent temper.


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The Latest: Wife texted gunman on the night of shooting

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Friends and family grieve during a vigil to honor Pulse night club victim Corey Connell at Publix in College Park, Fla., on Thursday, June 16, 2016. . Crosses, one for each victim, line a walkway as a memorial to those killed in the Pulse nightclub mass shooting a few blocks from the club early Friday, June 17, 2016, in Orlando, Fla.

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Flash flooding traps motorists in their cars as Met Office issues…

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Sore loser Steph? Curry throws tantrum in NBA Finals, launches his mouth guard at fan and gets ejected for first time in his career as his wife makes extraordinary Twitter claims that NBA is RIGGED BREAKING NEWS: Meat Loaf is rushed to hospital after collapsing on stage mid-song during performance in Canada – days after cancelling Calgary concert due to illness Parents of black girl with horrific rope burns to her neck 'inflicted by white boys' sue private school for $3 million Texas goes wild for Trump: The Donald says he'll put 'Make America Great Again' on cowboy hats but confuses a mechanical bull with a horse as open-carry activists parade their rifles in front of protesters Bernie's not budging! Sanders addresses supporters reminding them of his 'strong disagreements' with Hillary Clinton and REFUSES to drop out Bernie is off Hillary's running-mate short list – but Elizabeth Warren … (more)

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