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Another Van Attack in London, Judge Declares Mistrial in Bill Cosby Case, and More

Also: A look at Otto Warmbier’s trip to North Korea and back; Trump’s lawyers weigh in on whether he’s under investigation; Officer Jeronimo Yanez found not guilty in death of Philando Castile; and Beyoncé’s twins are here.

Another Van Attack in London, Judge Declares Mistrial in Bill Cosby Case, and More

A van hit worshippers leaving a mosque in London early Monday, leaving several people injured. 
 
A 47-year-old man was arrested. Several witnesses to the attack said the man, who was detained by locals until police arrived, shouted: “I want to kill Muslims.” He has been charged with terrorism-related offenses, and was taken to the hospital for mental health assessment. Read the story from the Financial Times.

» MORE: ‘Muslims Feel Under Siege’


Mistrial For Bill Cosby

After days of deliberations, the jury could not come to a unanimous decision on whether Bill Cosby drugged and molested Andrea Constand at his home in 2004. Prosecutors immediately said they will retry the case. Read the story from NPR

» MORE: Bill Cosby Faces Second Trial in Sexual Assault Case

» MORE: What Does Mistrial In Cosby's Case Mean In Court Of Public Opinion?


Otto Warmbier’s Trip to North Korea and Back

More than 15 months after giving a staged “confession” to anti-state activities in North Korea, Otto Warmbier is back in the U.S., though he’s suffered severe neurological injury, according to his doctors. Read the story from The AP

» MORE: After Otto Warmbier's Release, Will U.S. Ban Travel To North Korea?


Trump Investigation

The Washington Post reported last week that Robert Mueller — the special counsel appointed to investigate Russian involvement in the 2016 presidential election — was looking into whether the president obstructed justice. Trump confirmed that he was being investigated in a series of tweets on Friday. But now his lawyer is insisting that the president is not under investigation after all. Read the story from The AP


Officer Cleared

Philando Castile’s girlfriend says he was reaching for his wallet when Officer Jeronimo Yanez shot and killed him. On Friday, Yanez was found not guilty in Castile’s death. Read the story from The AP


Beyoncé’s Twins!

According to multiple sources, the singer gave birth to twins last week. Read the story from Mic