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Metal object in fatal NY police shooting was a welding torch

NEW YORK (AP) – The metal object that was mistaken for a gun in a fatal shooting by officers turned out to be the head of a welding torch, according to New York Police Department officials.

Saheed Vassell’s father has told reporters that his son had previously worked as a welder.

Police seeking to quell simmering anger over their shooting of the mentally disturbed black man released a montage of security videos Thursday that showed him minutes earlier thrusting a metal object that looked like a gun into the faces of several people — including a woman holding the hand of her child.

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Nancy Pelosi: When We Take Back The House, I PROMISE We’ll Repeal Those Republican Tax Cuts

As soon as Democrats retake the House in November, Democratic Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi told a town hall meeting Wednesday that the first priority is repealing and “replacing” the GOP tax cut package that passed last December.

Speaking to her constituents in Culver City, California, alongside Hollywood Congressman Ted Lieu, Pelosi pledged to discard the popular bill, which has prompted several major American companies to boost wages, share profits, and in some cases move their production operations back from overseas, because Republicans were so secretive in enacting the bill.

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EXCLUSIVE: ‘We’ll see you soon Mr President!’ Immigrants on the sprawling human caravan taunt Trump and reveal that despite the ‘tough Mexican immigration laws’ he touted they have passes to travel with NO restrictions as they move toward the U.S.

Defiant Central American migrants from the sprawling human ‘caravan’ snaking north through Mexico taunted President Trump and vowed to continue their push towards the US – declaring: ‘We’ll see you soon Mr President.’

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Waterford Township father knocks suspected intruder out cold, live streams takedown video

WATERFORD TOWNSHIP, Mich. – A Waterford Township man said he did what he had to do to protect his family when a stranger walked into his house unannounced.

Jonathen Abrams said he vividly remembers Friday night when his teenage daughter frantically called him.

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“She told me a person had got into the house,” Abrams said.

He found the man outside his house on South Tilden Street.

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Trump: 2,000-4,000 troops needed for Mexico borde security

PHOENIX – President Donald Trump said Thursday that he wants to send 2,000 and 4,000 National Guard members to the U.S.-Mexico border to help federal officials fight illegal immigration and drug trafficking.

Trump’s comments to reporters on Air Force One were his first estimate on guard levels he believes are needed for border protection. It would be a lower number of troops than the 6,400 National Guard members that former President George Bush sent to the border between 2006 and 2008.

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Trudeau sees high chance of NAFTA deal with US, Mexico

Ottawa (AFP) – Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau signalled Thursday he saw a strong chance of reaching a deal with the US and Mexico to revamp the North American Free Trade Agreement.

“We have a high chance of reaching a win-win-win deal for Canada, the United States and Mexico,” Trudeau told reporters.

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