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Witness list released in McDonnell corruption trial

A manicurist and a model are just two of the witnesses that may be called to testify in the federal corruption trial of former Va. governor Robert F. McDonnell and his wife, Maureen, which commenced on Monday. The Washington Post's Matt Zapotosky reports from Richmond on some of the standout witnesses on the list released by prosecutors and defense attorneys.
 
Witness list released in McDonnell corruption trial

A manicurist and a model are just two of the witnesses that may be called to testify in the federal corruption trial of former Va. governor Robert F. McDonnell and his wife, Maureen, which commenced on Monday. The Washington Post's Matt Zapotosky reports from Richmond on some of the standout witnesses on the list released by prosecutors and defense attorneys.
 
U.S. Says Russia Broke Nuclear Arms Treaty, Ups Sanctions

Western leaders agreed to a fresh round of sanctions against Russia, who the U.S. claims broke a 1987 arms treaty by testing cruise missiles.
 
Southwest Faces $12M FAA Fine For Recurring Repair Problems

The FAA is accusing Southwest Airlines of improperly repairing the fuselage skin of their planes, an issue which has lead to emergency landings.
 
Virginias Same-Sex Marriage Ban Latest To Fall In Court

The U.S. 4th Circuit Court of Appeals has ruled Virginia's same-sex marriage ban unconstitutional in the latest in a string of similar rulings.
 
Rocket Blasts Off With U.S. ‘neighborhood Watch’ Spy Satellites

An unmanned Delta 4 rocket blasted off from Cape Canaveral Air Force Station in Florida on Monday with a pair of U.S. military satellites designed to keep watch on other countries’ spacecraft. The 206-foot tall rocket, built by United Launch Alliance, a partnership of Lockheed Martin and Boeing, lifted off at 7:28 p.m. Air Force’s recently declassified Geosynchronous Space Situational Awareness Program, or GSSAP, had been slated for July 23, but was delayed one day to resolve a technical issue with ground support equipment and then three more times by poor weather.


 
Sterling Lawyer: Wifes Hands Are Filthy, Filthy!

A judge ruled Monday that Donald Sterling's estranged wife didn't defraud him when she struck a deal to sell the Los Angeles Clippers to former Microsoft Chief Executive Steve Ballmer, saying she was within her rights to seek a mental evaluation that allowed the sale to go forward. Donald Sterling initially gave Shelly Sterling written authority to pursue a sale of the team, but he changed his mind after the NBA banned him and fined him for his offensive remarks.


 
Corruption Trial Begins For Former Va. Governor, Wife

Jury selection began on Monday in the federal corruption trial of former Virginia Governor Robert McDonnell and his wife, Maureen, with the couple charged with selling political favors for a loan, gifts and vacations. McDonnell, a Republican once mentioned as a potential presidential candidate, and the former Virginia first lady face a 14-count indictment alleging they accepted about $165,000 from a Virginia businessman in exchange for helping his dietary supplement company.


 
Jennifer Lopez Shows Off Her Short, Curly Hair

Jennifer Lopez is going au naturel when it comes her brunette tresses. The singer took it back to her "Jenny from the Block" days while vacationing in New York City, and shared a rare glimpse her natural, curly locks with followers when she posted an Instagram selfie rocking the wild 'do.


 
VA Reform Deal Struck Just Before Congress Summer Recess

Lawmakers in the House and Senate announced a compromise plan to fix the troubled Veterans' Affairs department, days before Congress' summer break.
 
Brazil Farmers Say GMO Corn No Longer Resistant To Pests

A farm group said on Monday, genetically modified corn seeds are no longer protecting Brazilian farmers from voracious tropical bugs, increasing costs as producers turn to pesticides. Ricardo Tomczyk, president of Aprosoja farm lobby in Mato Grosso state said, Producers want four major manufacturers of so-called BT corn seeds to reimburse them for the cost of spraying up to three coats of pesticides this year.
 
California Drought Dries Up Plans For Historic Gold Rush Celebration

Steve Hammond, president and chief executive officer of the Sacramento Convention & Visitors Bureau, said that up to 3,000 gallons of water typically are used daily to dampen the tons of dirt strewn over the streets to create a soft surface for horses, wagons and stunt performers. “We have to water continuously to keep the dirt from blowing into stores and onto our guests, and then it takes another hundred thousand gallons or so to clean it all up when it’s over,” said Hammond, who noted that, with conditions so dry, the cannons also posed a potential fire hazard.


 
California Drought Dries Up Plans For Historic Gold Rush Celebration

Steve Hammond, president and chief executive officer of the Sacramento Convention & Visitors Bureau, said that up to 3,000 gallons of water typically are used daily to dampen the tons of dirt strewn over the streets to create a soft surface for horses, wagons and stunt performers. “We have to water continuously to keep the dirt from blowing into stores and onto our guests, and then it takes another hundred thousand gallons or so to clean it all up when it’s over,” said Hammond, who noted that, with conditions so dry, the cannons also posed a potential fire hazard.


 
Elizabeth Banks Thinks Shes "Genetically Blessed," Says Working Moms Can Balance Life Better Than Working Dads

It's safe to say Elizabeth Banks is a woman who has it all. But in the new issue of New You magazine , Banks admits it's hard to manage everything around her. "I balance it by always putting my children's health and safety first. She continues, "I don't think dads do it as well as moms, quite frankly, as I don't think there's any pressure on them to balance anything in their lives when it comes to parents being at work.


 
Custody Trial Set For Father Of Boy Found In Basement

A custody trial is set for September for the father of a boy found in the basement of his home in June to decide whether he will lose custody of his three children. A pretrial hearing was held Monday for Charlie Bothuell IV and his wife, Monique Dillard-Bothuell on Monday in Wayne County juvenile court. Bothuell and Dillard-Bothuell, could lose permanent custody of his son, Charlie Bothuell V, 12, and the boy's 4-year-old and 10-month-old siblings. After Monday's hearing, Marc Shreeman, attorney for Africa Shippings, Charlie's biological mother, said his client was "shocked" to hear of the allegations against Bothuell and Dillard-Bothuell.


 
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