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Iran silent on reports of US cyberattack on weapons systems

Iranian leaders don't comment on possible cyber attackIranian leaders on Sunday warned the United States against "wrong behaviors" but made no mention of reports that Iranian military computers were the target of a U.S. cyberattack after a surveillance drone was shot down by the Iranian military.

“We have not been seeking war, but we will powerfully defend the interests of the honorable nation of Iran against any kind of threat and aggression,” Major General Gholam Ali Rashid said in an address to Islamic Revolution Guard commanders. “In the event of any conflict in the region, its scope and timing could not be managed by any country."

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Trump delays ICE deportation raids hours after defending them

Trump delays ICE deportation

President Donald Trump on Saturday delayed for two weeks the administration's plans to begin deporting thousands of undocumented families — reversing himself just hours after defending the controversial proposal.

"At the request of Democrats, I have delayed the Illegal Immigration Removal Process (Deportation) for two weeks to see if the Democrats and Republicans can get together and work out a solution to the Asylum and Loophole problems at the Southern Border. If not, Deportations start!" Trump tweeted Saturday afternoon.

The confusion surrounding the proposed raids, which were due to begin Sunday in more than a dozen cities, was the latest episode in which Trump threatened tough action, only to pull back. Last week, he said he had authorized limited strikes against Iran before canceling them shortly before they were due to launch.

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Trump taps Army Secretary Mark Esper to lead Pentagon

Mark Esper tapped for pentagon head

President Donald Trump will nominate Army Secretary Mark Esper to be the next secretary of Defense, the White House said Friday night, in the administration's latest attempt to resolve months of uncertainty at the top of the Pentagon.

The news comes three days after the abrupt resignation of acting Defense Secretary Pat Shanahan, whose hopes of getting the job collapsed amid ethics questions, complaints about his leadership style and media scrutiny of his troubled family history.

Trump had said in early May that he intended to nominate Shanahan for the post, but he never submitted the paperwork to the Senate.

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Crash between truck, motorcycles leaves 7 dead, 3 injured

7 bikers dead in crashA truck and a group of motorcycles collided on a rural, two-lane highway Friday, killing at least seven people, injuring others, and sending bystanders scrambling for first aid kits and blankets to treat injured bikers scattered along the road.

State police said that a 2016 Dodge 2500 pickup truck collided with the riders on U.S. 2 in Randolph. Authorities said additional details would be provided as they investigate the crash.

Along with the seven dead, state police said two additional people were transported to the Androscoggin Valley Hospital and one was airlifted to Maine Medical. Police said they could not provide the identities of the dead until next of kin have been notified.

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Citing racial bias, U.S. high court tosses black man's murder conviction

Curtis Flowers conviction overturned by SCOTUSThe U.S. Supreme Court, confronting racial bias in the American criminal justice system, on Friday threw out a black Mississippi death row inmate’s conviction in his sixth trial for a 1996 quadruple murder conviction, finding that a prosecutor unlawfully blocked black potential jurors.

The court, in a 7-2 ruling written by conservative Justice Brett Kavanaugh, found that the prosecutor’s actions violated the right of Curtis Flowers, 49, under the U.S. Constitution to receive a fair trial. The ruling does not preclude Mississippi from putting Flowers on trial for a seventh time.

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Nine Dead after Skydiving Airplane Crashes in Oahu

Nine dead in skydiving accident

Nine people, including the pilot, died after a small twin-engine skydiving plane crashed and burst into flames at around 6:30 p.m. Friday in Hawaii as family and friends hoping to watch their loved ones skydive looked on.

CNN reports that the plane, a Beehcraft 65 King Air operated by Oahu Parachute Center had just taken off on a “sunset tandem” skydiving excursion near Dillingham Airfield in Oahu when the accident occurred.

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Thousands of containers of baby formula recalled nationwide due to concerns of metal

WalmartPerrigo Company plc is recalling thousands of containers of baby formula after discovering one of the lots may contain metal, the FDA announced Friday.

The recall affects 23,388 containers of the 35oz Parent’s Choice Advantage Infant Formula Milk-Based Powder with Iron, which is exclusively sold at Walmart stores nationwide.

Although there have been no reports of injury or illness because of the recalled product, the company issued the recall after a customer reported the presence of metal.

The affected formula has the Lot Code C26EVFV with a “use by” date of February 26, 2021, which can be found at the bottom of the package.

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After high arsenic reports, Keurig Dr Pepper pulls bottled water sold at Target, Walmart

Penafiel waterKeurig Dr Pepper, the company that manufactures Peñafiel water bottles, is voluntarily pulling its bottles after tests found arsenic levels in the product that violate state and federal guidelines.

The original report, issued by the Center for Environmental Health, called for the companies to remove the "toxic chemical" from their bottles and urged retailers to stop selling them.

All bottles of unflavored Peñafiel mineral spring water are included in what Keurig Dr Pepper called a "voluntary withdrawal" in a statement Friday. Peñafiel is currently sold at Target, Walmart and other vendors.

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Oregon Republicans go missing to avoid climate change vote; governor sends police to find them

Oregon legislatureRepublicans in Oregon's state government have gone missing — and the governor is sending police to go find them. Gov. Kate Brown dispatched Oregon State Police to search for 11 Senate Republicans who walked off the job to avoid a vote for a climate change bill. Their whereabouts are unknown.

"The Senate Republicans have decided to abandon their duty to serve their constituents and walk out," Brown said in a statement.

Officers can arrest the lawmakers if they refuse to willfully return, CBS Portland affiliate KOIN-TV reports. The Republicans will each be fined $500 a day if they don't return to work by 11 a.m. Friday.

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