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VIRGINIA BEACH, Va. (AP) — Virginia Beach police say they have identified the suspect in a shooting that left 12 dead but have not released his name because they haven't been able to notify family members. Police Chief James Cervera said Friday that when he does release the name, it will be only once. He said after that, "he will be forever referred to as the suspect because our focus now is the dignity and respect to the victims in this case and to their families."
CULIACAN, Mexico (AP) — President Andrés Manuel López Obrador says Mexico won't panic over U.S. President Donald Trump's threat of coercive tariffs. Yet, economists say the measures could have dramatic consequences for both nations and potentially spur a full-blown trade war. Trump set a June 10 deadline for Mexico to do more to slow immigration through its territory or else all of its exports stand to be hit with 5% duties. And he threatened to possibly increase the tariffs incrementally, up to 25%.
WASHINGTON (AP) — President Donald Trump's proposal to slap tariffs on all Mexican imports to the U.S. as a way of stemming illegal immigration is drawing sharp criticism across the political spectrum and from business leaders. Lawmakers say the plan jeopardizes efforts to modify the North American Free Trade Agreement. The U.S. Chamber of Commerce says Trump's proposal will be paid for by American families and businesses and wouldn't address problems at the border.
ST. LOUIS (AP) — A judge has issued an order allowing Missouri's only abortion clinic to continue providing the service. St. Louis Circuit Judge Michael Stelzer ruled Friday, just hours before the St. Louis Planned Parenthood clinic's license to perform abortions was set to expire.
MIAMI (AP) — Immigrant advocates say the federal government is allowing migrant children at a Florida facility to languish in "prison-like conditions" after crossing the U.S.-Mexico border instead of releasing them promptly to family. Attorneys filed hundreds of pages in federal court Friday that detail the conditions.
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