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Driver injured after car plunges from 4th floor of parking garage

Driver injured after car plunges from 4th floor of parking garage

A man was injured Sunday when the car he was driving crashed through a barrier and plunged to the ground from the fourth floor of a parking garage.  >> Read more trending news The driver of the silver Mercedes Benz SUV crashed through a barrier around 1:30 p.m., flying off the parking garage and landing on its roof on the sidewalk below, according to the Times-Picayune.  A group of bystanders helped flip the vehicle back over, the Times-Picayune reported, and the driver, whose name has not been released, was conscious and taken to a hospital with unknown injuries.  New Orleans police are investigating the incident.

Russia probe looms over Trump-Putin summit meeting

Russia probe looms over Trump-Putin summit meeting

As President Donald Trump flew to Helsinki, Finland for his Monday meeting with Russian leader Vladimir Putin, Democrats in Congress demanded that Mr. Trump scrap the summit, pointing to last week’s federal indictments of a dozen Russian Intelligence officers as part of the sweeping investigation into Russian interference in the 2016 United States election. “Donald Trump must press Putin hard on the issue of election interference,” said Senate Democratic Leader Charles Schumer on Sunday, as Democrats made clear they want tough words from the President on the Russia investigation relayed directly to the Putin. The President’s schedule said Messrs. Trump and Putin would meet one-on-one for 90 minutes, to be followed by a working lunch with top aides. Schumer said during those meetings, the President should formally request that Russia extradite the 12 Russian Intelligence officers indicted last Friday by a federal grand jury, on charges that they hacked computers in the Democratic National Committee and the Democratic Congressional Campaign Committee , in a bid to influence the 2016 election. The Senate’s top Democrat communicated those demands in a Sunday phone conversation with Secretary of State Mike Pompeo, who was accompanying the President to the Putin summit. “If President Trump insists on meeting with Putin, I can’t stop him,” said Rep. Denny Heck (D-WA). “But I will insist he confront Putin at every turn for his interference in our democracy.” Spoke w/ @SecPompeo today to make 3 points: 1st, I don’t believe the meeting should take place but if it is going to happen, @realDonaldTrump must press Putin hard on the issue of election interference. He can’t simply raise it, accept Putin’s denial & then let him off the hook. — Chuck Schumer (@SenSchumer) July 15, 2018 On the eve of his meeting with Putin, the President wasn’t taking shots at the Russian leader, but rather, the U.S. press corps, Democrats, and the Russia investigation in general. “Much of our news media is indeed the enemy of the people,” the President tweeted on Sunday, as he prepared to leave his golf retreat in Scotland for the flight to Finland. Over the weekend, Mr. Trump brushed off the highly detailed indictments leveled against Russian Intelligence, blaming the success of cyber attack on the Obama Administration. “Why didn’t they do something about it, especially when it was reported that President Obama was informed by the FBI in September, before the Election?” the President tweeted. Lawmakers in Congress were not only focused on the issue of election interference, but also expressing concern about what Mr. Trump might do with regards to other issues, as Democrats also publicly urged the President not to relax economic sanctions placed on Russia, after its moves to annex Crimea, and amid ongoing Russian-sponsored military action inside eastern Ukraine. While GOP lawmakers say they want a better relationship with Moscow, they have publicly cautioned the President to be careful in negotiations with the Russian leader. “Putin is tough, he’s smart, he’s ruthless,” said Sen. Richard Shelby (R-AL). “He’s probably going to want to get a lot, and give nothing.” Sen. @JohnCornyn says @POTUS must be “clear eyed” about meeting with Putin. pic.twitter.com/Row1pYYpcV — Face The Nation (@FaceTheNation) July 15, 2018 “President Trump is doing the right thing,” Sen. Rand Paul (R-KY) said Sunday about the meeting with Putin, though the Kentucky Republican made clear that, “Russia shouldn’t meddle in our elections.” “Putin is an autocrat, he’s a thug,” said Sen. John Cornyn (R-TX) on the CBS program “Face the Nation,” as he urged the President to realize who he’s dealing with. In recent days, the President has given no indication that he will bring up the issue of election interference in 2016 by Russia, as Mr. Trump continues to deride the investigation of possible ties between Russian actions and his campaign as a ‘witch hunt’ and a ‘hoax.’ But last Friday’s indictments painted the most complete picture yet of just how active Russian Intelligence was in hacking emails and documents from Democrats, spreading those materials to Wikileaks via the fake persona “Guccifer 2.0” – who claimed to be Romanian. When a company hired by the DNC publicly blamed Russian Intelligence for hacking efforts in June of 2016, prosecutors said the Russians simply lied. “In response, the Conspirators created the online persona Guccifer 2.0 and falsely claimed to be a lone Romanian hacker to undermine the allegations of Russian responsibility for the intrusion.” Key point in Special Counsel Mueller’s indictment: Guccifer 2.0 was a Russian front that coordinated the release of Democrats stolen emails to influence the 2016 election. — Sen Dianne Feinstein (@SenFeinstein) July 15, 2018 Among the highlights of the latest indictment by the Office of Special Counsel Robert Mueller: + Extremely detailed allegations against a dozen GRU (Russian Intelligence) agents for hacking into the DNC and DCCC. + The indictment says a candidate for Congress is 2016 contacted Guccifer 2.0 – which was really Russian Intelligence – and received ‘stolen documents’ about their election opponent. + Details about contacts between “Organization 1” – which is clearly Wikileaks – and Russian Intelligence, about leaking emails from John Podesta and other documents from inside the DNC and DCCC. The only response from Wikileaks has been this video: https://t.co/cLRcuIiQXz pic.twitter.com/EZ3bTbMffR — WikiLeaks (@wikileaks) July 13, 2018 + Russian Intelligence not only targeted state election boards and websites, but also county election websites, in at least three states. Also, more than 100 spear phishing emails were sent to groups involved in elections in “numerous Florida counties.” + Russian Intelligence also obtained “analytics” developed by the Hillary Clinton campaign, by hacking into the company that ran its ‘cloud’ resources. It wasn’t clear from the indictment what was done with that inside campaign information. You can read the latest Special Counsel indictments at this link.

Pepper spray released at Tulsa establishment early Sunday morning

Pepper spray released at Tulsa establishment early Sunday morning

Firefighters responded to a call at the She Lounge early Sunday morning on East Matthew Brady Street. The call went out around 1 a.m. A Tulsa police supervisor says there was no fire, but it didn't appear that way. “With the thick fog inside and coughing club goers, it appeared that there was a fire inside,” the supervisor said.   Apparently, someone was assaulted, a larger disturbance broke out and 'security deployed a large amount of pepper spray inside the establishment.' This caused club goers to flee the place coughing. During this time, the assault victim left the scene and could not be located.

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The 2018 Home & Garden Expo of Oklahoma is a FREE three-day event for all homeowners, taking place July 27th-29th at Expo Square. Make plans now to take the whole family to the 10th annual Home & Garden Expo of Oklahoma. Parking and admission are both FREE.   This FREE three-day extravaganza will feature nearly 200 exhibitors from throughout Green Country displaying and demonstrating the newest and hottest services for home improvement/repairs, remodeling, gardening, landscaping, lawn care, home insulation & energy conservation, home security, home furnishings and so much more.  One lucky attendee will even win $500 cash that will be given away each day of the show (no purchase necessary).  Come and watch local horticultural expert Allan Storjohann broadcast his live weekly radio show from 9:00am to 12:00pm on Saturday, July 28th on NEWS102.3 & AM740 KRMG. JULY 27-29, 2018 The River Spirit Expo Center at Expo Square 4145 East 21st Street Tulsa, OK 74112 SHOW HOURS: Friday, July 27th: 12pm-8pm Saturday, July 28th: 10am-8pm Sunday, July 29th: 11am-5pm Do you own your own company and want to be in front of THOUSANDS of prospective customers in only 3 days?  Call Lisa Burkman at (918)523-2067 or email her at Lisa.Burkman@CoxInc.com. SHOW OFFICE: Home & Garden Expo of Oklahoma C/o Cox Media Group, Inc. 2625 S. Memorial Dr. Tulsa, OK 74129 (918) 523-2067 - show office (918) 493-5357 - show fax line
The 2018 Home & Garden Expo of Oklahoma is a FREE three-day event for all homeowners, taking place July 27th-29th at Expo Square. Make plans now to take the whole family to the 10th annual Home & Garden Expo of Oklahoma. Parking and admission are both FREE.   This FREE three-day extravaganza will feature nearly 200 exhibitors from throughout Green Country displaying and demonstrating the newest and hottest services for home improvement/repairs, remodeling, gardening, landscaping, lawn care, home insulation & energy conservation, home security, home furnishings and so much more.  One lucky attendee will even win $500 cash that will be given away each day of the show (no purchase necessary).  Come and watch local horticultural expert Allan Storjohann broadcast his live weekly radio show from 9:00am to 12:00pm on Saturday, July 28th on NEWS102.3 & AM740 KRMG. JULY 27-29, 2018 The River Spirit Expo Center at Expo Square 4145 East 21st Street Tulsa, OK 74112 SHOW HOURS: Friday, July 27th: 12pm-8pm Saturday, July 28th: 10am-8pm Sunday, July 29th: 11am-5pm Do you own your own company and want to be in front of THOUSANDS of prospective customers in only 3 days?  Call Lisa Burkman at (918)523-2067 or email her at Lisa.Burkman@CoxInc.com. SHOW OFFICE: Home & Garden Expo of Oklahoma C/o Cox Media Group, Inc. 2625 S. Memorial Dr. Tulsa, OK 74129 (918) 523-2067 - show office (918) 493-5357 - show fax line
The 2018 Home & Garden Expo of Oklahoma is a FREE three-day event for all homeowners, taking place July 27th-29th at Expo Square. Make plans now to take the whole family to the 10th annual Home & Garden Expo of Oklahoma. Parking and admission are both FREE.   This FREE three-day extravaganza will feature nearly 200 exhibitors from throughout Green Country displaying and demonstrating the newest and hottest services for home improvement/repairs, remodeling, gardening, landscaping, lawn care, home insulation & energy conservation, home security, home furnishings and so much more.  One lucky attendee will even win $500 cash that will be given away each day of the show (no purchase necessary).  Come and watch local horticultural expert Allan Storjohann broadcast his live weekly radio show from 9:00am to 12:00pm on Saturday, July 28th on NEWS102.3 & AM740 KRMG. JULY 27-29, 2018 The River Spirit Expo Center at Expo Square 4145 East 21st Street Tulsa, OK 74112 SHOW HOURS: Friday, July 27th: 12pm-8pm Saturday, July 28th: 10am-8pm Sunday, July 29th: 11am-5pm Do you own your own company and want to be in front of THOUSANDS of prospective customers in only 3 days?  Call Lisa Burkman at (918)523-2067 or email her at Lisa.Burkman@CoxInc.com. SHOW OFFICE: Home & Garden Expo of Oklahoma C/o Cox Media Group, Inc. 2625 S. Memorial Dr. Tulsa, OK 74129 (918) 523-2067 - show office (918) 493-5357 - show fax line
Russia probe looms over Trump-Putin summit meeting

As President Donald Trump flew to Helsinki, Finland for his Monday meeting with Russian leader Vladimir Putin, Democrats in Congress demanded that Mr. Trump scrap the summit, pointing to last week’s federal indictments of a dozen Russian Intelligence officers as part of the sweeping investigation into Russian interference in the 2016 United States election.

“Donald Trump must press Putin hard on the issue of election interference,” said Senate Democratic Leader Charles Schumer on Sunday, as Democrats made clear they want tough words from the President on the Russia investigation relayed directly to the Putin.

The President’s schedule said Messrs. Trump and Putin [More]