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Female bodybuilder, 82, fights home intruder: ‘He picked the wrong house’

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An 82-year-old female bodybuilder fought back against a man who broke into her home  on Thursday night as she was getting ready for bed, using her daily workout regimen and various household items to overwhelm the intruder.

Willie Murphy, who attends the Maplewood YMCA in Rochester, N.Y., on a daily basis, was getting ready for bed around 11:00 p.m. when a man started banging on the door asking for an ambulance, while declaring “I’m sick, I’m sick.”

Murphy called the police and wouldn’t let him inside, which she says angered the man.

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“I hear a loud noise,” she told WHAM-TV. “I’m thinking, what the heck was that? The young man is in my home. He broke the door.”

The award-winning bodybuilder told the outlet she hid under the cover of night — picking up the nearest object — as the thief crept through her home.

“I picked up the table, and I went to work on him,” said Murphy, who can deadlift 225 pounds. ‘The table broke.”

“And when he’s down,” she added, “I’m jumping on him.”

After the table drop, Murphy grabbed a nearby bottle of shampoo and went to town.

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“I grabbed the shampoo,” she told WHAM-TV. “Guess what? He’s still on the ground. In his face, all of it, the whole thing.”

Shen then grabbed a nearby broom and swept the floor with the unknown suspect.

“I got the broom,” she said. “He’s pulling the broom. I’m hitting him with the broom.”

When officers arrived, Murphy says the first responders wanted to take selfies with her and she even received a hero’s welcome when returning to her local YMCA.

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“He picked the wrong house to break into,” she concluded.

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Devin Nunes Spent $57,000 on Flights to Europe to Allegedly Investigate Bidens as Ethics Complaint Filed Over ‘Abuse’ of Office

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Schiff On Impeachment: Evidence Against Trump ‘Already Overwhelming’

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House Intelligence Committee Chairman Adam Schiff (D-Calif.) on Sunday said impeachment investigators have already gathered “overwhelming evidence” against President Donald Trump. He said lawmakers will compile a report about their findings as they continue to probe the president’s dealings with Ukraine.

Schiff, during an appearance on NBC’s “Meet The Press,” said the House won’t wait to move forward with impeachment while courts potentially take months to decide whether witnesses the White House has blocked from testifying can do so.

 “We’ve already accumulated quite overwhelming evidence that the president once again sought foreign interference in the election, conditioned official acts ― a White House meeting that Ukraine desperately wanted ― as well as $400 million of bipartisan taxpayer funding to get these political investigations that he thought would help his reelection,” Schiff said.

He continued: “There are still other witnesses, other documents that we would like to obtain, but we are not willing to go the months and months and months of rope-a-dope in the courts, which the administration would more than love for us to do.”

Later, on CNN’s “State Of The Union,” Schiff said he would welcome testimony from firsthand witnesses, including Acting White House Chief of Staff Mick Mulvaney and Trump’s personal attorney Rudy Giuliani, but said the House must “act now” instead of waiting and acquiescing to the president’s “obstruction.”

“The case in terms of the Ukraine conduct is ironclad but so is the case of the president’s obstruction of Congress,” he added.

The White House’s decision to block key witnesses from testifying has created a challenge for House impeachment investigators seeking to paint the most complete picture of Trump’s actions.

During a press conference last month, Mulvaney confirmed a “quid pro quo” in which Trump used U.S. military aid as leverage in an effort to get Ukraine to investigate political rival Joe Biden. He later walked back his statement and has defied a congressional subpoena to testify in the impeachment inquiry.

Giuliani, Secretary of State Mike Pompeo and Vice President Mike Pence have defied subpoenas for documents related to the inquiry, but haven’t been asked to testify.

Former National Security Adviser John Bolton, meanwhile, declined a House invitation to testify and has asked a federal judge to decide whether he should do so or follow White House orders not to.

Schiff on Sunday urged Bolton to show “courage” like former National Security Council official Fiona Hill did last week in testifying before Congress.

“He will have to explain, one day, if he maintains that position why he wanted to wait to put it in a book instead of telling the American people what he knew when it really mattered to the country,” he told CNN.

Asked whether his committee would hand over their impeachment report to the House Judiciary Committee by early December, Schiff wouldn’t say.

“We will take the time that’s necessary,” he said. “We have continued to learn more information every day. And I think that’s going to continue. So, we may have file addendums to that report. We may have other depositions and hearings to do.”

He added that he’s not ready to say whether he will recommend articles of impeachment to the judiciary committee, but said it’s “entirely possible” that additional witnesses could be called if there’s a trial in the Senate.

Over the last two weeks, several current and former State Department officials have publicly testified before Congress that Trump inappropriately pressured Ukraine to investigate Biden, a frontrunner in the 2020 Democratic presidential primary.

Republicans have dismissed some witness testimony as “hearsay,” though the White House has blocked witnesses with firsthand accounts from appearing before Congress. GOP lawmakers and Trump administration officials have also demanded that the whistleblower — whose complaint prompted the impeachment inquiry — be made to testify. 

Schiff has repeatedly pushed back on that request. Democrats had a “deep interest” in having the whistleblower testify, until other witnesses corroborated the whistleblower’s claims and Trump put the person’s life in “danger,” he told NBC on Sunday.

″We don’t need the whistleblower’s secondhand evidence anymore,” Schiff said. “It would only serve to endanger this person and to gratify the president’s desire for retribution, and that is not a good enough reason to bring in the whistleblower.”

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New Documents Reveal Details of Pompeo’s Role in Ukraine Affair

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WASHINGTON — Internal State Department emails and documents released late Friday further implicate Secretary of State Mike Pompeo in a campaign orchestrated this year by President Trump and his personal lawyer Rudolph W. Giuliani to pressure Ukraine for political favors.

The emails indicate that Mr. Pompeo spoke at least twice by telephone with Mr. Giuliani in March as Mr. Giuliani was urging Ukraine to investigate Mr. Trump’s rivals, and trying to oust a respected American ambassador to Ukraine, Marie L. Yovanovitch, who had been promoting anticorruption efforts in the country. Mr. Pompeo ordered Ms. Yovanovitch’s removal the next month. One call between Mr. Giuliani and Mr. Pompeo was arranged with guidance from Mr. Trump’s personal assistant, the documents suggest.

The documents also show that the State Department sent members of Congress a deliberately misleading reply about Ms. Yovanovitch’s departure after they asked about pressure on her. As part of the effort to oust her, Mr. Giuliani and his associates encouraged news outlets favorable to the president to publicize unsubstantiated claims about Ms. Yovanovitch’s disloyalty to Mr. Trump.

The documents, and recent congressional testimonies in the impeachment inquiry, tie Mr. Pompeo closely to efforts by Mr. Trump and Mr. Giuliani to persuade the Ukrainian government to announce investigations that could help Mr. Trump politically. Those include investigations into the family of former Vice President Joseph R. Biden Jr., a Democratic presidential candidate, and unfounded claims that Ukrainian officials worked to interfere in the 2016 presidential election. As Mr. Trump sought those investigations, he and his team held up $391 million of military aid critical to Ukraine — which is in a grinding war against Russian-backed separatists — and a coveted White House meeting.

The release of the documents, obtained by a liberal watchdog group that had filed a public records request, came as Mr. Pompeo refused to voluntarily hand over State Department documents about Ukraine to the House committees leading the impeachment inquiry. Representative Adam B. Schiff, the chairman of the House Intelligence Committee, said on Wednesday that Mr. Pompeo was engaged in a Watergate-style “obstruction of this investigation.”

The State Department released the documents in response to a lawsuit brought by the liberal watchdog, American Oversight, whose founders include lawyers who worked in the Obama administration.

Austin Evers, the executive director of the group, said that the documents revealed “a clear paper trail from Rudy Giuliani to the Oval Office to Secretary Pompeo to facilitate Giuliani’s smear campaign against a U.S. ambassador.”

Mr. Pompeo has refused to answer questions about his role in the Ukraine affair. The State Department did not reply on Saturday to detailed questions about the documents or witness testimonies in the inquiry that put the secretary at the center of the matter.

The documents bolstered testimony delivered Wednesday by Gordon D. Sondland, the American ambassador to the European Union and a player in the pressure campaign on Ukraine. He told lawmakers in a public hearing that Mr. Pompeo had full knowledge of the campaign and even approved certain hard-line tactics. Mr. Pompeo and his top aides “knew what we were doing, and why,” Mr. Sondland said, noting that “everyone was in the loop.” He recited email exchanges he had had with Mr. Pompeo on the pressure campaign.

Last month, Mr. Pompeo acknowledged he took part in the July 25 telephone call between Mr. Trump and President Volodymyr Zelensky of Ukraine.

The documents, testimony and interviews with Mr. Giuliani paint a portrait of a secretary of state who not only had intimate knowledge of the pressure campaign against Ukraine and the effort to undermine and remove a respected ambassador, but took part in her ouster despite warnings about the campaign from lawmakers and a half-dozen former ambassadors to Ukraine.

The emails released Friday show that Mr. Giuliani’s assistant reached out to Mr. Trump’s assistant seeking “a good number” for Mr. Pompeo. “I’ve been trying and getting nowhere through regular channels,” Mr. Giuliani’s assistant wrote. Mr. Trump’s assistant forwarded the inquiry to a State Department official, and one call between Mr. Giuliani and Mr. Pompeo took place within days, the emails show.

The emails also show that Mr. Pompeo was scheduled to call Representative Devin Nunes of California, the top Republican on the Intelligence Committee, and a key ally of the president’s, just a few days after he spoke with Mr. Giuliani.

The emails do not have details of the telephone conversations.

But in an interview last month, Mr. Giuliani acknowledged that he spoke to Mr. Pompeo in late March — the same period as the calls listed in the emails released Friday — to relay information he had gathered during his Ukrainian research.

In connection with one such conversation, Mr. Giuliani said he provided Mr. Pompeo a timeline listing what he considered to be key events implicating targets of Mr. Trump, including the Bidens, Ms. Yovanovitch and Ukrainians whom Mr. Giuliani said had disseminated damaging information about Mr. Trump’s 2016 campaign chairman, Paul Manafort.

Shortly after, Mr. Pompeo “called and said, ‘Do you have any backup?’” Mr. Giuliani said in the interview.

In response, Mr. Giuliani said, he had someone hand-deliver to Mr. Pompeo’s office an envelope containing a series of memos detailing claims made by a pair of Ukrainian prosecutors in interviews conducted by Mr. Giuliani and his associates in January.

Mr. Pompeo “said he was referring it for investigation,” Mr. Giuliani said, adding that he had since heard that the matters detailed in the memos were referred to the State Department’s inspector general and the F.B.I.

Last month, the department’s inspector general turned over to congressional impeachment investigators a package of materials, including the memos and the timeline, in a Trump Hotel-branded envelope, prompting widespread puzzlement on Capitol Hill about its provenance.

The memos and the timeline were among the materials included in the document release on Friday.

Mr. Giuliani said the memos were written by a retired New York City police detective who works for Mr. Giuliani’s security consulting business and were modeled after the so-called 302 forms that F.B.I. agents file after conducting interviews.

“My guy ­— a former first-grade detective — wrote up what would be the 302,” Mr. Giuliani said. “They’re knockoffs of the 302s,” he added.

The memos include a mix of facts and unsubstantiated claims. They cite documents from Latvia and billing invoices. And they misspell the name of one of the Ukrainian prosecutors.

The memos indicate that the police detective was present for the interviews, as were Lev Parnas and Igor Fruman, Soviet-born associates who helped Mr. Giuliani connect to the prosecutors and gather information from Kyiv. Mr. Parnas and Mr. Fruman were indicted last month on campaign finance charges, in a case that is tied to an investigation into Mr. Giuliani for possible violations of lobbying laws.

Since at least spring 2018, Mr. Parnas and Mr. Fruman had pushed for Ms. Yovanovitch’s ouster.

The effort gained traction this spring when figures in the conservative news media claimed without evidence that Ms. Yovanovitch had privately disparaged Mr. Trump, and also cited the allegations by the Ukrainian prosecutors.

A letter to the State Department from two senior Democratic lawmakers in the House dated April 12 — just days before Ms. Yovanovitch was ordered to leave her post — said they were concerned by “outrageous efforts by Ukrainian officials to impugn” her. Ms. Yovanovitch, a career official, has served as an ambassador for Republican and Democratic presidents.

The reply from the agency, dated June 1, left the impression that Ms. Yovanovitch departed her post on May 20 because she had been scheduled to rotate out after three years, rather than indicating that she had been forced to leave.

The documents also include a letter dated April 5 from six former United States ambassadors to Ukraine to top State Department officials under Mr. Pompeo. In the letter, the former ambassadors said that they were “deeply concerned” about the charges against Ms. Yovanovitch that had emerged in the news media reports and that the accusations were “simply wrong.”

In late March, Ms. Yovanovitch told the third-ranking State Department official, David Hale, that she felt she could no longer continue in her role unless the department issued a statement in her defense. Mr. Hale briefed Mr. Pompeo about the conversation the next day, he testified to House investigators last week.

After looking into the right-wing campaign against Ms. Yovanovitch — even contacting Sean Hannity, the Fox News personality, to ask for details of wrongdoing — Mr. Pompeo believed that “there was no evidence” to support the allegations, Mr. Hale said in an earlier private testimony to lawmakers. But Mr. Pompeo ultimately chose not to issue a statement of support. (Mr. Hannity has denied any such call.)

John Sullivan, the deputy secretary of state, told senators last month that top State Department officials were aware of the smear campaign against Ms. Yovanovitch. Mr. Sullivan said he believed Mr. Giuliani was behind it.

In his retelling, Mr. Sullivan asked Mr. Pompeo why the president wanted to remove Ms. Yovanovitch. “I was told that he had lost confidence in her, period,” Mr. Sullivan said.

Representative Eliot Engel of New York, the chairman of the Foreign Affairs Committee and one of the lawmakers who sent the letter to Mr. Pompeo expressing concern over the smear campaign, said he initially found the department’s response “equally frustrating and baffling.”

“Now that we know more facts it makes sense: Secretary Pompeo was apparently helping the president with his scheme to get political help from the Ukrainians, and Ambassador Yovanovitch was standing in the way,” Mr. Engel said. “Six months later, Mr. Pompeo continues to defend the president’s behavior and defy congressional subpoenas for relevant information at the expense of the public servants he is unwilling to lead and defend.”

Mr. Pompeo has doubled down recently on his support of Mr. Trump’s demands on Ukraine. In several instances last month, Mr. Pompeo repeated an unsubstantiated claim by Mr. Trump — that Ukraine may have run an interference operation in the 2016 election. American intelligence officials and Fiona Hill, a Russia expert who served on Mr. Trump’s National Security Council, say that the falsehood has infected American discourse as part of a yearslong disinformation campaign by Russia.

Catie Edmondson contributed reporting.

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Newborn in a shoebox found abandoned by residents of a Florida apartment building

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A newborn boy was recovering Sunday after being found abandoned by residents of an Orlando, Fla., apartment building, according to a report.

The baby was born Friday and left the next day on the doorstep of Arielle Piner’s Bella Vista Place apartment, Fox 35 Orlando reports.

Piner looked down and saw the newborn wrapped in a blanket in a Converse shoe box that also contained a note from the mother, according to the station.

“The letter was basically saying please take care of this child. I couldn’t take care of it,” she told the station.

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She said the mother mentioned the baby’s first name in the note.

Fox 35 reported Sunday that the baby was in good condition at the hospital.

The Orange County Sheriff’s Office said in a Facebook post that deputies were called to the building around 1 p.m. Saturday.

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“We want to remind everyone that Florida’s Safe Haven Law makes it possible for anyone to surrender an unwanted newborn to any hospital or fire station with no questions asked and without facing criminal charges,” the post said.

The person who called 911 was a neighbor of Piner’s, Sarah Nazario, who heard the baby crying, WKMG-TV reported.

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“He was just a brand new, fresh baby,” she told the station. “I open my door, and I saw the baby. I saw him in a box. His little foot was sticking out of the box. I saw him wiggle his foot — it’s a real baby, he’s alive, I need to do something about it, so that’s when I called 911.”

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Airbnb house suffers $50G in damage during party: ‘All the windows of the house had been smashed’

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The party is over for one Airbnb renter.

Authorities have released photos of a house that was severely damaged during a party on Saturday. The property, which had reportedly been rented for several days, suffered serious damage, including smashed windows and doors ripped off their hinges.

The incident occurred at a house in a suburb of Perth, Australia. The Western Australia Police Force released photos of the damage to their Facebook page, where they asked the public in assisting with identifying suspects.

According to the post, “Armadale Detectives are seeking assistance from members of the public to identify suspects involved in the extensive damage of a house in Cannington overnight. Approximately 11:30 p.m. police were called to Short Street, Cannington after reports of a disturbance. The address is a ‘short-stay’ accommodation, which had been rented for a 4-day period.”

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WA Today reported that the property had been rented out through Airbnb.

“Neighbors reported hearing glass smashing following a party at the house and when police arrived about 30 people were in the vicinity of the house,” the post continues. “All the windows of the house had been smashed, walls damaged and the doors ripped off. The contents of the house, including furniture and white goods, were strewn across the lawn or embedded in windows and walls.”

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The police force’s post concludes by estimating the damage to the house “to be in the vicinity of $30,000 – $50,000.” The figure is between $45,000 and $75,000 in U.S. dollars.

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Photos of the damage show the front yard littered with property from the house. In one photo, it appears that a lamp was thrown against a window, where it became stuck. Another photo shows doors and windows with smashed glass and a table with two legs torn off of it.

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2 California boys, ages 11 and 14, killed in shooting outside elementary school

Two boys in California were killed early Saturday while sitting inside a van in the parking lot of an elementary school when an unknown number of gunmen opened fire into the vehicle, authorities said.

The boys, ages 11 and 14, were shot outside Searles Elementary School in Union City, located about 30 miles southeast of San Francisco, Union City police said in a news release.

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Multiple residents called 911 and reported hearing gunshots around 1:30 a.m., the East Bay Times reported. Police arrived at the school and found the boys with gunshot wounds.

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Crime scene evidence markers were placed in the parking lot of the Searles Elementary School where two boys were fatally shot early Saturday morning. (Union City Police Department via AP)

The older boy died at the scene and the younger boy died while being rushed to a hospital, police said. Their names were being withheld because of their age.

“How do you just kill kids?” a mother, whose son was a schoolmate of one of the deceased boys, told KGO-TV. “I don’t think he has quite grasped this yet,” she said of her son. “He is afraid to go outside.”

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While it was unclear which schools the boys attended, New Haven Unified School District Superintendent John Thompson confirmed they attended schools in the district.

Family and friends set up a makeshift memorial at the school as police collected shell casings and other evidence for their investigation, KGO reported.

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— Mother of boy who knew one victim

No arrests have been made in connection to the killings. Police said they were still investigating a motive for the shooting.

The possibilities that the shooting was gang-related or related to a previous shooting on Wednesday that left two men wounded have not been ruled out, police said.

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Police Lt. Steve Mendez told the Times that there was no sign of a connection between the shooting and the school where it took place. He said people occasionally gather in the relatively secluded parking lot.

The Associated Press contributed to this report.

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Devin Nunes Spent $57,000 on Flights to Europe to Allegedly Investigate Bidens as Ethics Complaint Filed Over ‘Abuse’ of Office

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Adam Schiff: Trump’s ‘Death Penalty’ Threat Was One Reason We Didn’t Have Whistleblower Testify

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Arizona K-9 police officer killed by fleeing suspect: ‘We lost a brother last night’

An Arizona police K-9 was fatally shot while trying to catch a fleeing suspect who was later found dead, authorities said.

Investigators were trying to nab Joe Ruelas, a 38-year-old man wanted for aggravated assault, around 5:20 p.m. on Friday when he apparently tried making a run for it.

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A K-9 with the El Mirage Police Department, named Koki, was unleashed and tried to capture Ruelas on foot, KSAZ-TV reported. But during the pursuit, Ruelas shot Koki, officials said.

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Koki, a K-9 officer with the El Mirage Police Department, was shot and killed while trying to catch a fleeing suspect on Friday night, the police chief said. 

Two police officers fired back at Ruelas, who ran out of sight. He was later found dead from a self-inflicted gunshot wound, according to police.

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Paul Marzocca, police chief in El Mirage, said the beloved K-9 was “killed in the line of duty tonight protecting other officers from harm.”

“The loss of Koki is no different than the loss of a Police Officer,” Marzocca said in the statement. “Today the El Mirage Police Department mourns Koki, we lost a brother last night.”

Marzocca wrote on Facebook Friday night “the community is safe and the suspect is no longer a threat,” and thanked the various officers and fellow agencies “that gave their many resources to help us tonight.”

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Koki, according to the Officer Down Memorial Page, served with the El Mirage Police Department for four years.

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