A man suspected of killing a Muslim cleric and his assistant in New York City appeared in court Thursday. He is charged with first-degree murder, but members of the local Muslim community say the suspect should also be charged with a hate crime. Police say the motive is still unclear.
Questions about Melania Trump's immigration history in the U.S. have surfaced this week. Trump says she has been in full compliance with U.S. immigration laws. But some immigration experts question whether she had the proper visas while working as a model.
Details about the five law enforcement officers killed in Thursday night's shootings in Dallas are slowly emerging. One of the victims has been identified as an officer for the Dallas Area Rapid Transit or DART. Authorities say they are waiting to notify all of the victims' families before releasing more names.
Federal and local authorities released partial transcripts of phone calls Omar Mateen made to law enforcement from inside Pulse nightclub in Orlando. Officials also released a timeline of events more than a week after the deadliest mass shooting in modern U.S. history unfolded. But there are still unanswered questions as the investigation continues.
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