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Kansas man shot in head while playing basketball with daughter at park, police say

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A Kansas man suffered life-threatening injuries after he was shot in the head at a park while he was playing basketball with his daughter Saturday, police said.

The man and his daughter were playing basketball at a Kansas City park at around 6:45 p.m. when three suspects approached the man and an “altercation occurred,” the Wyandotte County Sheriff’s Office said.

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The daughter, who witnessed the incident, ran to get help, according to the Kansas City Star.

The victim, who wasn’t identified, was taken to a hospital with a gunshot wound to the head, according to FOX 4 KC.

There were no immediate descriptions of the suspect.

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The incident is under investigation.

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U.S. deploys forces to send message to Iran; Trump says no do-overs for Dems on Mueller

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Good morning and welcome to a new week of Fox News First. Here’s what you need to know today …

U.S. sending Iran a ‘clear and unmistakable message’
The U.S. is sending the USS Abraham Lincoln Carrier Strike Group and a bomber task force to the Middle East in order “to send a clear and unmistakable message to the Iranian regime,” National Security Adviser John Bolton announced Sunday night. Bolton said the deployment was in response to “a number of troubling and escalatory indications and warnings” on the part of Tehran, but did not elaborate. “[A]ny attack on United States interests or on those of our allies will be met with unrelenting force,” Bolton said. “The United States is not seeking war with the Iranian regime, but we are fully prepared to respond to any attack, whether by proxy, the Islamic Revolutionary Guard Corps, or regular Iranian forces.”

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Trump: Mueller should not testify, no do-overs for Dems
President Trump is not in favor of Special Counsel Robert Mueller testifying before the House Judiciary Committee on May 15 and answering questions about his findings on Russian interference in the 2016 election. Rep. David Cicilline, D-R.I., told “Fox News Sunday” that a tentative date of May 15 has been set for Mueller to appear before the House Judiciary Committee and face questioning over his report. The Rhode Island lawmaker said that while there is no guarantee that Mueller will show up to the hearing, he heard nothing from either Mueller’s representatives or the White House to indicate that the special counsel would not testify. On Twitter on Sunday, the president questioned why Democrats wanted Mueller to testify and stated again that there was “No collusion” between his campaign in 2016 and Russia. “Bob Mueller should not testify. No redos for the Dems!” Trump tweeted.

Trump’s or Obama’s? Whose economy is it?
National Economic Council Director Larry Kudlow denounced Sen. Cory Booker, D-N.J., Sunday after the 2020 White House candidate said President Trump was “taking credit for a recovery that started under [former President Barack] Obama.” “What Mr. Booker and some others are saying is simply not true factually,” Kudlow told Fox News’ “America’s News HQ.” Kudlow spoke two days after the publication of the April jobs report, which showed that the American economy added 263,000 jobs last month while the unemployment rate fell to 3.6 percent, the lowest since 1969. Despite the rosy numbers, Booker insisted that the boom’s effects were not being felt across all economic levels.

China threatened with tariff hike by week’s end
President Trump has threatened to hike tariffs on $200 billion worth of Chinese goods to 25 percent at the end of the week, as trade talks with China appeared to be stalling. He tweeted his frustration over how slowly the negotiations were progressing, writing: “The Trade Deal with China continues, but too slowly, as they attempt to renegotiate. No!” President Trump, who has called himself a “tariff man”, vowed to hike import taxes on $200 billion in Chinese products from 10 percent to 25 percent. His comments came as Chinese Vice-Premier Liu He is preparing to travel to Washington this week to resume negotiations, with both sides trying to end a trade war that has affected the global economy.

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Former Trump ‘fixer’ reporting to prison
President Trump’s former personal attorney Michael Cohen heads to jail on Monday to begin serving a three-year sentence for campaign-finance violations, tax evasion, bank fraud and lying to Congress. Cohen spent his final weekend of freedom trying to maintain a semblance of normalcy — leaving his Manhattan apartment building on Saturday with his son to go to a coffee shop and then to a barbershop. They both got haircuts. Cohen’s next stop was the pricy store Barneys New York, where he told journalists that he plans to hold a news conference Monday before heading to prison.

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Alex Trebek poses in the press room at the 46th annual Daytime Emmy Awards at the Pasadena Civic Center on Sunday, May 5, 2019, in Pasadena, Calif. (Photo by Richard Shotwell/Invision/AP)

Trebek wins Daytime Emmy, gets standing ovation with cancer joke
Alex Trebek got a standing ovation as he accepted an Emmy Award as host of “Jeopardy!” — and immediately set the audience at ease, even as he alluded to his cancer diagnosis. Trebek, 78, who announced in March he has advanced pancreatic cancer, told the theater audience Sunday he had been worried that sympathy, rather than merit, might snare him the trophy for best game show host. But then he mulled what happened last year, after he underwent surgery to remove life-threatening blood clots on his brain. “You think that would have elicited a certain amount of sympathy. But I didn’t win!” he said, drawing roars from the crowd that moments before rose to applaud him.

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TODAY’S MUST-READS
Football prodigy, 14, recently featured in Sports Illustrated, is shot dead.
Pelosi explains what she fears if Democrats defeat Trump in 2020.
Drone drops anti-media flyers with swastika over Ariana Grande concert: report.

MINDING YOUR BUSINESS
China’s 100-person trade delegation means business.
Trish Regan: Obama’s intel ops may have been weaponized.
World’s wealthiest countries, per capita.

#TheFlashback
2013: Kidnap-rape victims Amanda Berry, Gina DeJesus and Michelle Knight, who went missing separately about a decade earlier while in their teens or early 20s, are rescued from a house just south of downtown Cleveland. (Their captor, Ariel Castro, would hang himself in prison in September 2013 at the beginning of a life sentence, plus 1,000 years.)
1994: Former Arkansas state worker Paula Jones files suit against President Bill Clinton, alleging he’d sexually harassed her in 1991. (Jones would reach a settlement with Clinton in November 1998.)
1941: Bob Hope did his first USO show before an audience of servicemen as he broadcast his radio program from March Field in Riverside, Calif.

SOME PARTING WORDS

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Texas man allegedly drowned cat because it clawed him during bath: report

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A Texas man was arrested last month for allegedly drowning his cat after it had clawed him during a bath, according to a Sunday report.

Skyler Leviathan Sullivan, 25, called 311 in mid-January and told the dispatcher that his cat had clawed his tattoo while he was giving it a bath in his Dallas home, according to an arrest warrant affidavit, cited by The Dallas Morning News.

Sullivan said he lost his temper and “accidentally tried to drown” the cat, which he blamed on “PTSD,” the affidavit reportedly said.

Sullivan told responding officers he had tried to revive the cat, the affidavit said. The officers took him to Parkland Memorial Hospital for mental-health treatment, The Morning News reported. A veterinarian later determined that the cat had not drowned accidentally, the report said.

VIRGINIA TO ENACT ‘TOMMIE’S LAW,’ MAKING ANIMAL CRUELTY A FELONY

Sullivan was arrested on April 25 and booked into the Dallas County jail on one count of cruelty to nonlivestock animals, the Mornings news reported. He was released Wednesday after posting a $5,000 bond, the report said.

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Sullivan is not allowed to have any pets, per the conditions of his bond.

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US dispatched aircraft carrier to send message to Iran

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A White House decision to dispatch an aircraft carrier and other military resources to send a message to Iran followed “clear indications” that Iranian and Iranian proxy forces were preparing to possibly attack U.S. forces in the region, a defense official told the Associated Press.

The official, who spoke on condition of anonymity to discuss sensitive information, said the Pentagon approved the deployments and that U.S. forces at sea and on land were thought to be the potential targets. The official declined to be more specific.

White House national security adviser John Bolton said in a statement Sunday night that the U.S. is deploying the USS Abraham Lincoln Carrier Strike Group and a bomber task force to the U.S. Central Command region, an area that includes the Middle East.

Bolton said the move was in response to “a number of troubling and escalatory indications and warnings.” He didn’t provide details, but said the U.S. wants to send a message that “unrelenting force” will meet any attack on U.S. interests or those of its allies.

“The United States is not seeking war with the Iranian regime, but we are fully prepared to respond to any attack, whether by proxy, the Islamic Revolutionary Guard Corps, or regular Iranian forces,” he said.

The Pentagon had no immediate comment on the Bolton statement.

The Abraham Lincoln and its strike group of ships and combat aircraft have been operating in the Mediterranean Sea recently. Last Wednesday a group of senior Albanian government officials visited aboard the Lincoln as it sailed in the Adriatic.

Bolton’s reference to the Central Command area would mean the Lincoln is headed east to the Red Sea and perhaps then to the Arabian Sea or the Persian Gulf. The U.S. Navy currently has no aircraft carrier in the Persian Gulf.

Bolton’s mention of deploying a bomber task force suggests the Pentagon is deploying land-based bomber aircraft somewhere in the region, perhaps on the Arabian Peninsula.

Speaking to reporters while flying to Europe, Secretary of State Mike Pompeo said the actions undertaken by the U.S. had been in the works for a little while.

“It is absolutely the case that we have seen escalatory actions from the Iranians and it is equally the case that we will hold the Iranians accountable for attacks on American interests,” Pompeo said. “If these actions take place, if they do by some third-party proxy, a militia group, Hezbollah, we will hold the Iranian leadership directly accountable for that.”

Asked about “escalatory actions,” Pompeo replied, “I don’t want to talk about what underlays it, but make no mistake, we have good reason to want to communicate clearly about how the Iranians should understand how we will respond to actions they may take.”

Asked if the Iranian action were related to the deadly events in Gaza and Israel — militants fired rockets into Israel on Sunday and Israel responded with airstrikes — Pompeo said, “It is separate from that.”

The Trump administration has been intensifying a pressure campaign against Iran.

Last month, President Donald Trump announced the U.S. will no longer exempt any countries from U.S. sanctions if they continue to buy Iranian oil, a decision that primarily affects the five remaining major importers: China and India and U.S. treaty allies Japan, South Korea and Turkey.

The U.S. also recently designated Iran’s Revolutionary Guard as a terrorist group, the first ever for an entire division of another government.

Trump withdrew from the Obama administration’s landmark nuclear deal with Iran in May 2018 and, in the months that followed, reimposed punishing sanctions including those targeting Iran’s oil, shipping and banking sectors.

Bolton and Secretary of State Mike Pompeo have in recent months spoken stridently about Iran and its “malign activities” in the region.

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AP Diplomatic Writer Matthew Lee contributed to this report.

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Boeing knew about safety-alert problem for a year before telling FAA, airlines

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Boeing didn’t share information about a problem with a cockpit safety alert for about a year before the issue drew attention with the October crash of a 737 MAX jet in Indonesia, and then gave some airlines and pilots partial and inconsistent explanations, according to industry and government officials.

It was only after a second MAX accident in Ethiopia nearly five months later, these officials said, that Boeing became more forthcoming with airlines about the problem. And the company didn’t publicly disclose the software error behind the problem for another six weeks, in the interim leaving the flying public and, according to a Federal Aviation Administration spokesman, the agency’s acting chief unaware.

The length of time between when Boeing realized the problem and when it shared that information hasn’t been previously reported. The problem kept a safety feature found on earlier models from functioning on the MAX, though it isn’t clear if the feature would have prevented either crash.

Senior FAA and airline officials increasingly are raising questions about how transparent the Chicago aerospace giant has been regarding problems with the cockpit warnings, according to people familiar with their thinking.

The growing scrutiny could pose new challenges to Boeing’s efforts to shore up confidence in the 737 MAX, solicit regulatory support around the globe and get the MAX fleet, grounded after the second crash, flying again.

Meanwhile, as part of a criminal probe into whether Boeing misled regulators or customers, investigators as recently as last week were asking questions about how the MAX jets gained approval for flight and about Boeing officials involved in the process.

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On Sunday, Boeing said company engineers in 2017 identified that the alerts weren’t operating as intended due to a software error. Boeing said that at the time it relied on standard internal procedures and conducted an internal review by engineers and managers that determined that the problem didn’t “adversely impact airplane safety or operation.” Senior Boeing leaders didn’t learn about the issue until after the Oct. 29, 2018, Lion Air crash, the company said.

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Mississippi police officer killed, hunt for suspect, report says

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A police officer in Biloxi, Miss., was fatally shot late Sunday night and authorities are hunting for the gunman, reports said.

The officer was not identified. WLOX reported that the officer was rushed to a nearby hospital and died in the emergency room. Authorities reportedly released a photo of the suspect.

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California man kills woman, self, day after she filed restraining order against him: police

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A central California woman was fatally shot Saturday morning by her daughter’s father – less than a day after filing a restraining order against him – before the man turned the gun on himself, police said.

The 26-year-old woman was shot and killed inside her Fresno home by the suspect, who was later only identified as a 40-year-old man, The Fresno Bee reported, citing police. The man and the woman had a 1-year-old daughter together, the report said. The child was not home at the time of the shooting, according to police.

The man fled the home and shot himself in front of officers at an intersection around 10 a.m., according to The Bee. He later died from his injury at a local medical center, the report said.

ROCHESTER MAN ACQUITTED IN TRIPLE-MURDER SHOT AND KILLED, POLICE SAY

“It was apparent that this individual had been pursuing her in some form or fashion and obviously today that was the unfortunate outcome,” Chief Jerry Dyer told reporters.

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Police said a Fresno court judge had granted the woman a restraining order Friday against the man. The man was in court when the order was granted, police said. Dyer said investigators believe the apparent murder-suicide may have stemmed from the court order. Neither of their identities was released.

The Associated Press contributed to this report.

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DUI suspect plows into California home, kills 3 family members asleep in bed: cops

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A drunk driver plowed into a home in central California on Saturday night at a “high rate of speed,” killing three: a mother, father and their 10-year-old son who were asleep in their beds, authorities said.

An 11-year-old girl has been hospitalized with major injuries, Fox 40 reported.

The driver, Ismael Huazo-Jardinez, 33, was treated for minor injuries, authorities said. He faces three counts of vehicular manslaughter as well as DUI, the California Highway Patrol said.

The crash occurred in Sutter County, Calif. Video from the scene shows a totally demolished home.

Authorities told KCRA that Huazo-Jardinez did not slow down at a turn and his Chevy Avalanche torn into the home—described as a trailer– at about 10 p.m.

The family was “very hardworking” farmworkers, according to the report.

“If you add alcohol and speed, it’s a recipe for disaster,” said CHP spokesman David Hernandez, told KCRA.

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Houston girl, 5, ‘abducted’ by 3 men in blue pickup, recently had brain surgery

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Authorities in Houston are searching for a 5-year-old girl they say may have been abducted Friday night by three men in a Chevy truck who apparently was beaten unconscious by one of the kidnappers.

Darion Vence, the girl’s stepfather, said he was headed to pick up the girl’s mother from Bush Intercontinental Airport on Friday night when he heard a popping noise and pulled over, The Houston Chronicle reported. He said he was approached by three Hispanic men who told him his daughter, Maleah Davis, “looks very nice, looks very sweet.”

The report said he was beaten and went in and out of consciousness for 24 hours. He was eventually dumped nearby with his 2-year-old son. His daughter was gone. Police said there are “a lot of blanks” in the story, but Vence is not considered a suspect. An Amber Alert was issued Sunday morning.

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Malaeh had brain surgery in the past two months and requires medical care.

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Drone drops anti-media flyers with swastika over Ariana Grande concert: report

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Hundreds of anti-media flyers – some of which included a swastika – were dropped over a Sacramento State University fundraising dinner and outside a nearby Ariana Grande concert on Friday, according to reports.

The flyers were dropped over the outdoor “Bites on the Bridge” fundraiser and included the phrases: “Stop the press! The press is the enemy!” and “Stop the TV wh— takeover.” Dominic Vitello, a reporter for the student-run newspaper, “The State Hornet,” tweeted images of the flyers.

Sacramento State’s President Robert S. Nelsen issued a statement in which he denounced the flyers as “hate speech and propaganda.”

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Nelsen added that the flyers “did not stop the event, nor will it slow our march toward greater understanding and commitment to the rights and safety of our campus community.”

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Tweets cited by The Sacramento Bee said flyers were dropped Friday outside the city’s Golden 1 Center where Ariana Grande was performing. Others were seen near the state Capitol, the report said.

Sacramento State campus police said it is planning an investigation, according to The Bee.

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