AP, Mike Rossier, Mesa discussed on 24 Hour News

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The start of the g seven summit summer expecting the president trump will get a chilly reception over his new tariffs that affect canada and european countries his economic adviser larry cudlow says the president is serious about saving us companies and jobs great hope is that our friends at the g seven will take notice of these policies and work with us after the g seven president trump and secretary of state mike pompeo head to singapore next week for the summit with north korean leader kim jong hoon we are hopeful that we will put ourselves in a position where we can do something the previous administration didn't do he says north korea has committed to denuclearization a drug sting and gary indiana's led to a shootout that left a federal agent in critical condition authorities say the undercover atf agent was buying drugs from four suspects when the shooting started one suspect was killed the lawyer for an arizona man beaten by police while standing against a wall says the officers claim that robert johnson posed a threat does not pass the smell test this is attorney benjamin taylor he was brutally attacked no man woman child noone should have face the brutal attacks the mr johnson face that day mesa police have released a body cam footage of the encounter facebook is owning up to another privacy glitch are mike rossier reports as many as fourteen million facebook users may have had messages they intended for private audiences only posted publicly over several days in may because of what facebook says was a software bug facebook says the glitch has been corrected and it is notifying users who were affected and advising them to review their posts hundreds of accusations have been ordered for her moso colorado where a wildfire is threatening some five hundred homes fire crews dealing with hot dry weather this is ap radio news.

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