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Missouri man shot, killed after tripping on grill and falling into apartment door, police say

A Missouri man was shot and killed after tripping on a grill and falling into an apartment door, police said.

On Sunday, the St. Louis County Prosecuting Attorney’s Office charged Thomas Clement, 30, of University City, Mo., which is about 20 minutes from St. Louis, with second-degree murder and armed criminal action, according to a news release sent to Fox News from St. Louis County Police.

MISSOURI MAN SET NEIGHBOR’S HOUSE ON FIRE, KILLED WOMAN AS SHE RAN AWAY OVER PROPERTY DISPUTE, POLICE SAY

Police identified the victim as Larry Neal Jr., 31, of Florissant, Mo., which is about 25 minutes from St. Louis.

Polcie said on Sunday around 12:20 a.m., Neal was walking in an apartment breezeway when he tripped on a barbeque and fell into the door of an apartment where Clement was located. Neal then got up and walked away, according to the probable cause statement. He headed up the stairway when Clement came to the door of the apartment with a gun in his hand and started yelling at Neal, who was on the stairs, according to court documents. Clement allegedly waved his gun at Neal, who then went back downstairs. At that point, court documents said, Clement fired about 11 shots at Neal, who was not armed.

MISSOURI OFFICER SHOT WHILE RESPONDING TO CALL HAS DIED, SUSPECT IN CUSTODY: POLICE

Police said Neal was rushed to a local hospital where he was pronounced dead.

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Thomas Clement (St. Louis County Police)

“I believe the defendant is a danger to the community due to the nature of the charges,” the probable cause statement said.

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Clement is being held without bond.

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Teen arrested in Houston road rage shooting that burned tots in fireworks explosion

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A teen was arrested Monday in the Texas Fourth of July road rage shooting that caused fireworks to explode inside a moving pickup, burning two small children and their parents.

Bayron Rivera, 18, was charged with four counts of aggravated assault in connection with the incident near Ella, Harris County Sheriff Ed Gonzalez told a news conference. Rivera was arrested after surrendering to deputies Sunday night.

“This started as a road rage incident,” Lt. Jeff Stauber, commander of Gonzalez’s Violent Crime Unit. “Both parties had an opportunity to break it off somewhere during the incident.”

Gonzalez said about 20 minutes elapsed between the initial encounter and the gunfire.

TEXAS TODDLERS CRITICALLY BURNED AFTER ROAD RAGE SHOOTING SETS OFF FIREWORKS IN FAMILY TRUCK

The shots were fired from an AR-15 rifle, which was recovered, the sheriff said. The shots set off fireworks the family had just purchased.

A day after the shooting, Gonzalez released surveillance video showing the pickup pulling out of a gas station after being shot at and then bursting into flames as the fireworks ignite.

Investigators said they looking for a Ford Expedition seen in the video that they believed the gunman was driving and that fled the scene.

WOMAN ACCUSED OF SHOOTING HUSBAND WHILE TRYING TO SHOOT SOMEONE ELSE IN ROAD RAGE INCIDENT

The children, a one-year-old and a two-year-old, were severely burned. They were due to have surgery Monday and have a long road of recovery ahead of them, the sheriff said.

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At the news conference Gonzalez also told reporters that a high-powered AR-15 rifle was recovered that investigators believe was the weapon involved in the shooting.

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Admiral chosen to lead the Navy will instead retire as concerns are raised about his judgment

The four-star admiral set to become the Navy’s top officer on Aug. 1 will instead retire, an extraordinary downfall prompted by what Navy Secretary Richard Spencer called poor judgment regarding a professional relationship.

The sudden move by Adm. William Moran, announced Sunday, may add to the perception of turmoil in the Pentagon’s senior ranks, coming less than a month after Pat Shanahan abruptly withdrew from consideration to be defense secretary after serving as the acting secretary for six months.

Leaders of the individual military services, both civilian and uniformed, play less critical roles in national security than the defense secretary, and they are not in the chain of military command. But they are responsible for ensuring that the armed forces are trained, equipped and prepared for combat and other roles.

Moran had been vetted for promotion to the top uniformed position in the Navy, nominated by President Donald Trump and confirmed by the Senate in May to succeed Adm. John Richardson as chief of naval operations and as a member of the Joint Chiefs of Staff.

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Adm. William Moran speaks during the Commissioning of the USS Montgomery in Mobile, Ala, in 2016. (AP)

Instead, Moran said in a written statement Sunday evening that he told Spencer he decided to decline his appointment as the next chief of naval operations and requested to be allowed to retire.

“As painful as it is to submit my request to retire, I will not be an impediment whatsoever to the important service that you and your families continue to render the nation every day,” Moran wrote.

Spencer said his vision for the Navy includes “an urgent resolve by all” to live up to high standards.

“Adm. Bill Moran recently brought to my attention that over the past two years he maintained a professional relationship with an individual who was held accountable and counseled for failing to meet the values and standards of the Naval profession,” Spencer said in a written statement Sunday evening. “While I admire his faithful service and commitment to the Navy, this decision on his part to maintain that relationship has caused me to call his judgment into question. Therefore, today I accepted Adm. Moran’s request to retire.”

Senior Navy officials said Spencer learned of this relationship only after Moran’s Senate confirmation in May. The officials spoke on condition of anonymity to discuss sensitive details.

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Vice Chief of Naval Operations, Admiral William Moran, describes the function of the USS Thomas Hudner prior to its commissioning ceremony in Boston in 2018. (AP) 

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Spencer provided no details about the unnamed individual, but other officials said Spencer was referring to Moran having recently taken public affairs counsel from Chris Servello, who was removed from his position as public affairs adviser to Richardson in 2017 and given a non-punitive letter of reprimand for drinking and fraternizing with junior officers during and after a December 2016 Navy Christmas party.

Servello was accused of making unwanted sexual passes while dressed as Santa at the party. No charges were filed against him. He retired from the Navy last May at the rank of commander. Servello had previously worked for Moran as a public affairs officer.

In an interview Sunday evening, Servello said he was aware of Moran’s decision to retire.

“It’s hard not to feel disappointment and disbelief,” he said. “This is terrible news for the Navy, and beyond that, I don’t have anything to add.”

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Moran said his decision to decline his appointment and to instead retire was based also on what he called an open investigation into “the nature of some of my personal email correspondence over the past couple of years.” He also cited the Servello relationship, without using his name.

“To be clear,” Moran added, “my decision to maintain this relationship was in no way an endorsement or tacit approval of” the kind of misconduct that Servello was disciplined for. “I understand how toxic it can be to any team when inappropriate behavior goes unrecognized and unchecked. Every Sailor is entitled to serve in an environment free of harassment or intimidation.”

With Moran’s departure, Richardson will extend his tenure as Navy chief and Spencer said he would recommend a new candidate for nomination by Trump and consideration by the Senate. Richardson’s official retirement date is in September.

Moran is a naval aviator by training. He has been serving as the deputy chief of naval operations, the No. 2 uniformed position in the Navy behind Richardson. He was nominated in April to succeed Richardson and was confirmed for the post by the Senate in May.

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Moran’s downfall adds to an unusually long list of leadership questions facing the Pentagon, which has been operating without a Senate-confirm defense secretary since Jim Mattis resigned in December 2018. There also is no confirmed deputy secretary of defense, and several other key leadership positions are about to turn over.

Mark Esper, who had been Army secretary, is now the acting secretary of defense, but Trump has not yet sent his nomination to the Senate.

Marine Gen. Joseph Dunford is due to step down as chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff this fall. His intended successor, Army Gen. Mark Milley, is scheduled to testify at his confirmation hearing before the Senate Armed Services Committee on Thursday.

Also on Thursday, Gen. David Berger is scheduled to take over as commandant of the Marine Corps, succeeding Gen. Robert Neller.

Air Force Gen. Paul Selva, the vice chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff, is due to retire on July 31. Gen. John Hyten has been nominated to succeed Selva, but he has not yet had a confirmation hearing.

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Florida principal told parent he ‘can’t say the Holocaust is a factual, historical event’

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The principal of a Florida high school allegedly refused to say the Holocaust actually happened because “not everyone believes” the historical event — in which more than six million people were murdered — actually happened.

William Latson, principal of Spanish River High School in Boca Raton, told a student’s mother via email in April 2018 he was not allowed to say whether the Holocaust occurred because of his employment with the School District of Palm Beach County.

EVA KOR, HOLOCAUST SURVIVOR, DIES PEACEFULLY AT AGE 85

“I can’t say the Holocaust is a factual, historical event because I am not in a position to do so as a school district employee,” Latson wrote in an email, later published by The Palm Beach Post.

“Not everyone believes the Holocaust happened and you have your thoughts but we are a public school and not all of our parents have the same beliefs so they will react differently, my thoughts or beliefs have nothing to do with this because I am a public servant,” the principal said. “I have the role to be politically neutral but support all groups in the school.”

Latson added: “I do allow information about the Holocaust to be presented and allow students and parents to make decisions about it accordingly.” He said he does the “same with information about slavery.”

In another email, Latson said the school’s curriculum, which reportedly includes Holocaust education in English and history classes, “is to be introduced but not forced upon individuals as we all have the same rights but not all the same beliefs.”

DUTCH POLITICIAN APOLOGIZES FOR CALLING JEWS ‘MEEK LAMBS’ DURING THE HOLOCAUST

The response to the student’s mother reportedly came after she questioned what Holocaust education would be provided for her child.

Latson apologized for his comments in a statement to the Post, explaining he regrets “the verbiage that I used when responding to an email message from a parent, one year ago, did not accurately reflect my professional and personal commitment to educating all students about the atrocities of the Holocaust.”

“It is critical that, as a society, we hold dear the memory of the victims and hold fast to our commitment to counter anti-Semitism,” the principal continued.

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The Jewish population in Palm Beach County is 134,200 adults and children in 69,000 households, according to a study conducted by Brandeis University published in 2018.

A Change.org petition calling for Latson’s resignation received more than 6,300 signatures as of Monday afternoon.

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Washington area hit by flash flooding, stranding drivers and soaking White House basement

A morning rainstorm creating a treacherous commute across the nation’s capital on Monday, as numerous roads were washed out amid flash flooding — and even the White House basement ended up getting soaked.

The National Weather Service said “torrential rainfall” across the Washington D.C. metro area spawned a Flash Flood Emergency that warned of life-threatening situations.

“If you are in this FLASH FLOOD EMERGENCY area, travel will be EXTRAORDINARILY dangerous, including washouts, #flooding over roads. Stay out of low areas, if in a low area that may flood, seek higher ground,” the agency warned on Twitter. “Stay off the roads if at all possible. This is not the ‘usual’ flooding.”

LIGHTNING HITS BOAT IN BOSTON HARBOR, EXPLOSIVE VIDEO SHOWS

Fox News Meteorologist Adam Klotz said on “America’s Newsroom” the conditions for major flooding came together directly over the area.

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Heavy rainfall flooded the intersection of 15th Street and Constitution Ave., NW stalling cars in the street, Monday, July 8, 2019, in Washington near the Washington Monument. (AP Photo/Alex Brandon)

“It’s a little bit of a surprise, actually,” he said. “We knew there was rain moving across the region, it has just really piled up in a particular spot.”

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Motorists are stranded on a flooded section of Canal Road in Washington during a heavy rainstorm, Monday, July 8, 2019. (Dave Dildine/WTOP via AP)

The ground across the capital region was already saturated, having seen up to six inches of rain in the past week, according to Klotz.

“That means this additional rain, where you’ve seen a couple of inches of the past couple of hours, there’s nowhere for it to go,” Klotz said.

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NWS meteorologist Cody Ledbetter told the Associated Press the storm dumped about 6.3 inches of rain near Frederick, Maryland, about 4.5 inches near Arlington, Virginia, and about 3.4 inches at Ronald Reagan Washington National Airport in a two-hour period.

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The press workspace in the basement near the White House’s West Wing was soaked by rainwater on Monday. (Fox News/Matt Leach)

Water gushed into the press workspace in the basement near the White House’s West Wing, creating a large puddle.

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Vacuums had to clean press workspace in the basement near the White House’s West Wing that got soaked by rainwater on Monday. (Matt Leach/Fox News)

Government employees from the General Services Administration worked to drain puddles of standing water with wet vacuums.

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Emergency crews across the area were dispatched to multiple water rescues in areas like Germantown, Frederick, Fairfax County and in Washington D.C., FOX5 reported.

A spokesman for the Montgomery County Fire Department, Pete Piringer, said that emergency workers in the Maryland county used boats for dozens of rescues, plucking people from flooded cars. There were no reports of storm-related injuries, but several accidents were also reported.

Klotz said that the line of storms has since moved south of the metro area, and that clearing skies will give the area a chance to dry off as the day progress. After this morning’s onslaught, dry conditions are expected to continue this week, according to Klotz.

Fox News’ Matt Leach and the Associated Press contributed to this report.

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Lightning hits boat in Boston harbor, explosive video shows

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This electrifying moment was captured on camera.

As powerful thunderstorms rolled through Massachusetts and New England on Saturday, one man was recording as lightning struck a nearby boat in South Boston.

Harry Minucci told Storyful the vessel was moored at the Columbia Yacht Club marina in South Boston.

LIGHTNING STRIKE IN SOUTH CAROLINA KILLS AT LEAST 1; OTHERS INJURED: REPORTS

Minucci said he took out his camera after seeing the lightning strikes in the distance, but couldn’t believe it when he captured the moment the lightning bolt hit the boat.

The vessel’s owner wasn’t on the boat at the time and no injuries were reported.

The National Weather Service’s Boston office issued an area flood warning Saturday afternoon as thunderstorms moved through the area. The storms produced up to 1.4 inches of rainfall and brought the threat of urban and poor drainage flooding.

Video of the lightning strike caught the attention of the NWS’s office, which said on Twitter it was “a great example of why we say ‘When Thunder Roars, Go Indoors!'”

2 GIRAFFES AT FLORIDA WILDLIFE PARK SUFFER ‘INSTANTANEOUS’ DEATHS AFTER LIGHTNING STRIKE, OFFICIALS SAY

So far this year, there have been seven lightning strike-related deaths this year, according to the NWS. Those deaths were reported in Florida, Texas, Kentucky, Pennsylvania, South Carolina and Alabama.

Lighting typically strikes tall objects such as trees and skyscrapers because their tops are closer to the base of the storm cloud, according to The National Severe Storms Laboratory.

“However, this does not always mean tall objects will be struck. It all depends on where the charges accumulate,” according to the agency. “Lightning can strike the ground in an open field even if the tree line is close by.”

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Lightning known as a “bolt from the blue” can also strike from as far away as 25 miles away from a thunderstorm cloud, even when there appear to be clear skies, according to the NSSL.

“They can be especially dangerous because they appear to come from clear blue sky,” the agency states.

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Virginia dad fires 39 shots at naked ‘devil’ who broke into family’s home on first night living there: report

A Virginia dad on Thursday fired 39 warning shots and brawled with a naked woman who called herself “the devil” after she allegedly broke into the family’s home on their first night living there, according to reports.

The violent confrontation happened in Chesterfield County on the evening of the Fourth of July, police said.

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A Virginia family says a naked woman broke into their home the first night they moved in.  (GoFundMe)

A female suspect who was naked and with blue hair in a ponytail broke into the family’s home and refused to leave, telling them: “I’m the devil,” WRIC reported.

The dad of the family fired 39 “warning shots” at the intruder, but she was undeterred, WTVR reported. A brawl broke out between the woman and the family — including the 12-year-old son, the station reported.

Punches and furniture were reportedly thrown about. The fight ended after the 12-year-old shoved a wrench into the intruder’s neck, WRIC reported.

“She had the strength of four grown men,” the father later told the station.

HOMEOWNER WHO GRABBED RIFLE, FATALLY SHOT INTRUDER WON’T BE CHARGED, AUTHORITIES SAY

Both the dad and the intruder were hospitalized with non-life-threatening injuries, police said. Neither of their identifies was released.

A GoFundMe account has been set up to repair the damage to the family’s new home. A photo on the page shows the walls ridden with bullet holes and blood strewn about the flood.

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“First night in our beautiful home when an intruder decides to enter our home and tries to take our life one at a time,” read a post on the GoFundMe page. “We have lost our home we have lost furniture We have lost it all.”

Police said the woman is expected to be charged with multiple crimes in connection with the alleged break-in after her release from the hospital.

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Arizona girl, 7, dies after hit-and-run crash, driver charged with manslaughter, DUI: police

A seven-year-old Arizona girl died Friday night after a hit-and-run crash and a man has been charged in her death, police said.

The hit-and-run occurred in Tolleson, about 13 miles west of Phoenix, around 10 p.m. Friday, according to reports. Arturo Perez, 28, was driving when he collided with another vehicle, police said.

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Arturo Perez faces charges of manslaughter, aggravated assault, DUI, and a hit-and-run.  (Avondale Jail)

A 7-year-old was a passenger in the car Perez allegedly hit was badly injured, the Arizona Republic reported. She was transported to a local hospital where she died from her injuries, police said. The driver of that vehicle was also taken to the hospital. His condition was unclear.

SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA MOTORCYCLE CRASH KILLS 4, OFFICIALS SAY

Perez allegedly fled the scene, Phoenix’s Fox 10 reported. Officers later found him nearby on foot and arrested him, the report said.

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He was booked into the Avondale Jail and charged with suspicion of manslaughter, aggravated assault, DUI and a hit-and-run, the Republic reported. An investigation is ongoing.

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Trump blasts media over ‘exaggerated’ border detention center reports; Dem civil war over border bill

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Trump faults Democrats for crowded border detention centers, accuses media of ‘phony and exaggerated’ reports
President Trump on Sunday accused the “Fake News Media” of spreading “phony and exaggerated accounts of the Border Detention Centers” while blaming Democrats for the crowded conditions of the holding facilities. “The Fake News Media, in particular the Failing @nytimes, is writing phony and exaggerated accounts of the Border Detention Centers,” Trump tweeted. “First of all, people should not be entering our Country illegally, only for us to then have to care for them.” In his tweet, Trump also added the following: “We said there was a Crisis – the Fake News & the Dems said it was “manufactured.” Now all agree we were right, but they always knew that. They are crowded (which we brought up, not them) because the Dems won’t change the Loopholes and Asylum. Big Media Con Job!”

Ken Cuccinelli, acting Director of U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services, took aim at Congress in an interview on “Fox News Sunday,” accusing them of complaining about a crisis at the border they have done nothing to solve. Meanwhile, in an interview on ABC News’ “This Week,” Rep. Rashida Tlaib, D-Mich., agreed with fellow freshman progressive Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez, D-N.Y., about the conditions of detention centers along the U.S.-Mexico border and claimed AOC was right to compare them to Nazi concentration camps. Expect the war of words over this issue to continue to rage on this week.

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‘Sorry, not sorry’: Border bill battle underscores Dem civil war
Rep. Ilhan Omar, D-Minn., on Sunday joined Democrats who took issue with a recent interview with House Speaker Nancy Pelosi, who criticized the influence of the four freshmen lawmakers who voted against the $4.6 billion border bill signed into law last week by President Trump. In a New York Times interview, Pelosi downplayed the influence of Omar, Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez, D-N.Y., Rep. Rashida Tlaib, D-Mich., and Rep. Ayanna Pressley, D-Mass. to “their public whatever” and Twitter following. Ocasio-Cortez took to Twitter to explain to Pelosi, 79, that “public ‘whatever’ is called public sentiment.” “And wielding the power to shift it is how we actually achieve meaningful change in this country,” she continued. Omar wrote in response to Ocasio-Cortez, “Patetico! You know they’re just salty about WHO is wielding the power to shift “public sentiment” these days, sis. Sorry not sorry.”

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Trump: ‘Iran better be careful’
President Trump lobbed a strong warning to Iran on Sunday after the rogue nation announced it had ratcheted up its uranium enrichment beyond the limit allowed by the 2015 nuclear deal with world powers. “Iran better be careful. … Iran is doing a lot of bad things,” Trump said. “Iran will never have a nuclear weapon.” Iran has said it was inching its program closer toward weapons-grade levels, while calling for a diplomatic solution to a crisis that has raised tensions with the U.S. Secretary of State Mike Pompeo tweeted on Sunday that Iran’s actions would “lead to further isolation and sanctions.”

Biden says he waited until right ‘opportunity’ to apologize for remarks on working with segregationist senators
Former Vice President Joe Biden may have stepped all over his apology for working with segregationist senators. The current 2020 Democratic front-runner says he waited until right “opportunity” to apologize for remarks on working with segregationist senators. He said his apology Saturday, delivered to a mostly black audience of several hundred in Sumter, S.C., was “the first opportunity we had to do it in a fulsome way.” South Carolina is the first Southern state to vote in next year’s primary and a crucial proving ground for candidates seeking the support of black Democrats. Sen. Kamala Harris, D-Calif., said Sunday she was happy Biden apologized but there was “plenty of disagreement” between the two 2020 presidential hopefuls.

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Nov. 19, 2014: Environmentalist Tom Steyer speaks to the Center for American Progresss Second Annual Policy Conference in Washington. (AP)

Biden and Harris have two more additional rivals to battle in the race to face Trump in 2020: Rep. Justin Amash is not ruling out a White House run as an independent after leaving the GOP and liberal billionaire Tom Steyer reportedly is reconsidering running for president.

Epstein due in court
Politically-connected hedge fund manager Jeffrey Epstein is expected to appear in court Monday following his arrest this weekend on new sex-trafficking charges involving allegations that date to the early 2000s, according to law enforcement officials. Epstein, who has been tied to former President Bill Clinton, President Trump, and Great Britain’s Prince Andrew, has been accused of paying underage girls for massages and sexually abusing them at his mansion in Palm Beach, Fla., and in New York City. His 72-acre private estate on the Virgin Islands, a home said to be nicknamed “Orgy Island,” also has been under scrutiny. Christine Pelosi, a Democratic National Committee official and daughter of House Speaker Nancy Pelosi, tweeted that it is “quite likely that some of our faves are implicated” in the Epstein case.

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United States’ Megan Rapinoe, right, United States’ Alex Morgan, left, and United States’ Rose Lavelle, center, pose with their trophies after the Women’s World Cup final soccer match between US and The Netherlands. (AP Photo/Alessandra Tarantino)

US women’s soccer team are World Cup champs once again – but will they accept an invitation to the White House?
Now that the U.S. women’s soccer team has won its fourth the Women’s World Cup, the big question is whether the team will accept an invitation to celebrate at the White House. President Trump unequivocally congratulated the team after its repeat World Cup win on Sunday — putting aside, at least for the moment, the firestorm surrounding star forward Megan Rapinoe’s vow never to visit the White House.

Rapinoe, the pink-haired team captain who emerged with the Golden Ball as top player and the Golden Boot as top scorer, has been an outspoken opponent of what she’s described as systemic gender inequality in the United States and Trump, vowing to never visit the White House. On Saturday, Rapinoe said that she believed that “not many, if any” of her teammates would visit the White House if they won the final against the Netherlands.

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This Day in History: July 8

On this day, July 8 …

1947: A New Mexico newspaper, the Roswell Daily Record, quotes officials at Roswell Army Air Field as saying they had recovered a “flying saucer” that crashed onto a ranch; officials then say it was actually a weather balloon. (To this day, there are those who believe what fell to Earth was an alien spaceship carrying extra-terrestrial beings.)

Also on this day:

  • 1796: The first American passport is issued.
  • 1889: The first issue of the Wall Street Journal is published.
  • 1947: Demolition work begins in New York City to make way for the new permanent headquarters of the United Nations.
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The Tokyo Trials were ordered by Gen. Douglas MacArthur, (l.), and President Truman, (r.). (Associated Press)

  • 1950: President Harry S. Truman names Gen. Douglas MacArthur commander-in-chief of United Nations forces in Korea. (Truman would fire MacArthur for insubordination nine months later.)
  • 1994: Kim Il Sung, North Korea’s communist leader since 1948, dies at age 82.
  • 2011: Atlantis thunders into orbit on a cargo run that would close out the three-decade U.S. space shuttle program.
  • 2014: President Barack Obama appeals to Congress for $3.7 billion in emergency spending to deal with the immigration crisis on the nation’s southern border, where unaccompanied children are showing up by the thousands (Republican lawmakers reject the request).
  • 2015: A technical glitch causes the New York Stock Exchange to stop trading for nearly four hours.
  • 2017: After their first face-to-face meeting, Russian President Vladimir Putin says he thought Trump believed his denials of Russian meddling in the U.S. presidential vote.
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