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The man suspected of shooting six Philadelphia police officers during an hours-long standoff is facing multiple charges of attempted murder. Thirty-six-year-old Maurice Hill is suspected of firing more than 100 rounds with an AR-15-style rifle and a handgun during the shooting. Philadelphia District Attorney Larry Krasner said today Hill will face several felony charges of attempted murder and aggravated assault as well as misdemeanor charges of marijuana possession.       A majority of economists think the U.S. economy will slip into a recession in the next two years. According to a new poll out today, 70-percent of economists believe the economy is headed in that direction while 38-percent believe the slowing economy will slide into a recession in 2020. Another 34-percent see the recession coming in 2021.       Minnesota Congresswoman Ilhan Omar and Michigan Congresswoman Rashida Tlaib plan to speak this afternoon about travel restrictions to Israel and the Palestinian territories. This announcement comes only days after Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu's [[ net-an-YAH-hoos ]] decision to block the two lawmakers from entering the country for an official visit. Omar and Tlaib's visit planned for this past weekend was previously approved, but reversed shortly after President Trump tweeted on Thursday that it would show great weakness if Israel allowed the two U.S. Representatives to visit.       The opinion of an NYPD judge is being made public after officer Daniel Pantaleo was recommended for termination in regards to the Eric Garner case. Judge Rosemarie Maldonado wrote a 46-page report, saying Pantaleo was being untruthful and self-serving when he denied using a banned chokehold on Garner. Maldonado, who's recommended the officer be fired, said there's overwhelming evidence that Pantaleo violated department protocol and training by using a banned chokehold during Garner's arrest.       A Democratic state senator from Illinois is apologizing after pictures of a fake assassination of President Trump went viral. Senator Martin Sandoval posted the pictures last week and one shows a man with a fake rifle shooting another man who is dressed in a Trump mask. In his apology, Sandoval said he doesn't condone violence toward anyone and is sorry that something like that happened at one of his events.        Researchers are using intense light therapy to help decrease tissue damage during heart attacks. Right now, the patients are mice, but scientists at the University of Colorado School of Medicine think the technique could help people. They've found that exposing rodents to intense light for a week after heart attacks improved outcomes.