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Massachusetts police officer, bystander shot dead with officer's pistol

Massachusetts police officer, bystander shot dead with officer's pistolOfficials on Monday prepared to charge a hospitalized Massachusetts man accused of killing a Boston-area police officer and a bystander on Sunday with the officer's pistol before being shot by police. The 20-year-old man was arrested early Sunday after police in Weymouth, Massachusetts, received a report of a person driving erratically. Suspect Emanuel Lopes could be arraigned for murder in the hospital bed where he is recovering from wounds sustained during that gunfight, David Traub, a spokesman for the Norfolk County District Attorney's Office, said in a statement.



NASA commercial crew program for space station faces delays, report says

NASA commercial crew program for space station faces delays, report saysPlans to launch the first NASA astronauts since 2011 to the International Space Station from the United States look set to be delayed due to incomplete safety measures and accountability holes in the agency's commercial crew program, according to a federal report released on Wednesday. SpaceX and Boeing Co are the two main contractors selected under the National Aeronautics and Space Administration's commercial crew program to send U.S. astronauts to space as soon as 2019, using their Dragon and Starliner spacecraft respectively.



Judge to hear how U.S. plans to reunite immigrant families

Judge to hear how U.S. plans to reunite immigrant familiesLawyers for the U.S. government will return to a San Diego courtroom on Monday to update a judge about Trump administration plans for meeting a July 26 deadline to reunite as many as 2,500 immigrant children with their parents after separating them at the U.S.-Mexican border. The hearing before U.S. District Judge Dana Sabraw will be the first since the judge chastised the government on Friday for asserting that pressure from the court to expedite reunifications could put children at risk. The U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, which has custody of the children, has since submitted a fuller plan for reuniting families by the deadline.



Comments by former clerks may backfire on Trump's high court pick

Comments by former clerks may backfire on Trump's high court pickWhen it became clear that President Donald Trump was seriously considering nominating Brett Kavanaugh to the U.S. Supreme Court, the conservative judge's former law clerks swung into action as among his most energetic public cheerleaders. Trump named Kavanaugh, 53, on July 9 to replace retiring Justice Anthony Kennedy.



Factbox: Handful of U.S. senators hold keys to Kavanaugh Supreme Court bid

Factbox: Handful of U.S. senators hold keys to Kavanaugh Supreme Court bid(Reuters) - President Donald Trump's nomination of Brett Kavanaugh to the U.S. Supreme Court is now in the hands of the Senate, where the opposing forces are clear, except for a few senators who sometimes cross party boundaries, depending on the issues. Confirmation of Kavanaugh will require a simple majority in the 100-seat chamber. Republican Vice President Mike Pence can cast a deciding vote in the case of a tie.





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