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Two Teenagers Arrested in Murder of Northern Ireland Journalist Lyra McKee

Teenagers arrested in murder of N. Ireland journalist Lyra McKeeTwo teenagers have been arrested in Northern Ireland in connection with the fatal shooting of 29-year-old journalist Lyra McKee on Friday.

The young men, age 18 and 19, have been taken to Musgrave Serious Crime Suite for questioning and are being held under the Terrorism Act, according to the Irish Journal. McKee was shot in the head on Friday as she stood near armed police vehicles in Derry, the site of the 1972 Bloody Sunday massacre.

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FDA signs off on first medical device for treating ADHD in children

FDA approves device for ADHD children

As diagnosis rates of ADHD among children skyrocket, a new medical device for the treatment of the disorder could soon be hitting the market.

The U.S. Food and Drug Administration announced Friday that it has permitted marketing for the first medical device to treat ADHD. The authorization has been granted to the life sciences company NeuroSigma Inc. based in Los Angeles.

Called the Monarch external Trigeminal Nerve Stimulation (eTNS) System, the prescription-only device is for children ages 7 to 12 who are not currently taking ADHD prescription medication.

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FBI arrests member of rightwing militia accused of detaining migrants

FBI arrests right winger detaining migrants

A member of an armed rightwing militia group accused of illegally detaining migrants at the US-Mexico border has been arrested, officials said on Saturday.

The FBI arrested Larry Mitchell Hopkins, 69, for alleged unlawful possession of firearms and ammunition , days after his group posted videos that appeared to show armed men stopping migrants at the border in New Mexico, ordering them to sit on the ground and coordinating with US border patrol agents to have them taken into custody.

“Today’s arrest by the FBI indicates clearly that the rule of law should be in the hands of trained law enforcement officials, not armed vigilantes,” the New Mexico attorney general, Hector Balderas, said in a statement.

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27 times Trump can’t remember

I can't remember: but I have the best memory of anyone in history

Following the release of the redacted Mueller report, President Donald Trump’s lawyers provided the full transcript of Trump’s written answers to questions Mueller posed to the president during his investigation.

More than two dozen times, Trump’s answers included phrases like “I can’t remember” or “I do not recall.”

Trump’s lawyers took issue with Mueller’s questions, saying they invited “speculative answers” because they were based on “brief interactions” that took place more than two years earlier during “an extraordinarily eventful and fast-paced presidential election campaign.” The lawyers said that the questions, many of them pertaining to alleged communications with foreign operatives, would be “burdensome” for any person to remember, let alone the president of the United States.

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FDA approves first general nasal spray against opioid overdose

Opioid antidote spray

The first generic naloxone nasal spray to treat opioid overdose has received approval from the U.S. Food and Drug Administration.

Teva Pharmaceuticals' lifesaving product is also the first generic naloxone nasal spray approved for use by people without medical training. There was already a brand-name spray, Narcan, for emergency use by untrained people, such as family members and bystanders.

The need is urgent. On average, more than 130 Americans die every day from overdoses of opioids -- including prescription painkillers such as fentanyl, oxycodone [OxyContin], hydrocodone (Vicodin) and morphine, as well as illegal drugs such as heroin or drugs sold as heroin, the FDA said.

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Mueller report reveals how Donald Trump leaned on his intelligence chiefs over Russia probe

Trump tried to get intel to interfere in probeDirector of National Intelligence Dan Coats had to tell President Donald Trump in 2017 that it was not his job to get involved in FBI investigations.

When Mike Pompeo was Trump’s first CIA director, Trump complained to him multiple times that no one would publicly defend him in the Russia investigation.

And Adm. Michael Rogers, who headed the National Security Agency in 2017, was so concerned about Trump’s request to refute news stories linking him to Russia that he documented the exchange. Rogers’ deputy director described Trump’s call as the most unusual thing he’d experienced in 40 years of government service.

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Trump campaign punishes Don McGahn's law firm

Trump punishes McGahn's law firm

The Trump campaign has hired its own in-house attorney for its 2020 reelection bid — shifting future business away from Jones Day, the law firm, that has represented Trump since his first run for president.

Campaign officials and advisers cast the decision to hire Nathan Groth — a former lawyer for the Republican National Committee and Wisconsin Gov. Scott Walker — as a money-saving move, supported by the businessman-turned-president who loves to cut costs.

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DOJ: Dem subpoena for Mueller report is 'premature and unnecessary'

Bill Barr refuses to give Judiciary Comm. full reportThe Justice Department on Friday said House Judiciary Committee Chairman Jerrold Nadler’s (D-N.Y.) decision to issue a subpoena for special counsel Robert Mueller’s full report is “premature and unnecessary.”

Kerri Kupec, a Justice Department spokeswoman, said in an emailed statement that Attorney General William Barr had released Mueller's report with only “minimal redactions,” and that he already made arrangements for Nadler and other lawmakers to review a version with fewer redactions.

“In light of this, Congressman Nadler’s subpoena is premature and unnecessary,” Kupec said. “The Department will continue to work with Congress to accommodate its legitimate requests consistent with the law and long-recognized executive branch interests.”

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Trump approval drops 3 points to 2019 low after release of Mueller report: Reuters/Ipsos poll

Trump approval drops three points to 37

The poll, conducted Thursday afternoon to Friday morning, is the first national survey to measure the response from the American public after the U.S. Justice Department released Special Counsel Robert Mueller’s 448-page report that recounted numerous occasions in which Trump may have interfered with the investigation.

According to the poll, 37 percent of adults in the United States approved of Trump’s performance in office, down from 40 percent in a similar poll conducted on April 15 and matching the lowest level of the year. That is also down from 43 percent in a poll conducted shortly after U.S. Attorney General William Barr circulated a summary of the report in March.

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