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Kremlin says no comment on Trump's call to 'make peace'

Veteran diplomats questioned why Trump agreed to host the diplomats - a rare honor for non-heads of state, much less for those at the center of major U.S. So now everybody in the world is free to see and use the images. Russia's top diplomat met President Donald Trump on Wednesday and praised the USA administration as problem solvers, just as the White House drew criticism over the firing of the Federal Bureau of Investigation director who was leading a probe into Moscow's alleged ... Read More »

President Trump Threatens to Cancel White House Press Briefings


Trump claimed in a tweet that it wasn't possible for them to be accurate because he's so busy. He later tweeted that Comey should hope there were no tapes of their private conversations "before he starts leaking to the press". On Tuesday night, after Trump fired Comey, a statement from Spicer said Trump "acted based on the clear recommendations of both Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein and Attorney General Jeff Sessions". Read More »

Labor Party Leader, Jeremy Corbyn, Runs Over BBC Cameraman's Foot On Thursday


A Labour Party spokesman declined immediate comment. "But as Geoffrey (Robinson, former Coventry MP) has just said, we don't know what her hand is - she is not telling us what her hand is in these negotiations". Labour's policy offer includes a host of left-wing measures such as plans to nationalise the railways and the Royal Mail , set up a competitor to the "big six" energy suppliers and reverse a series of Tory social security cuts. Read More »

Keep the faith, former PM Brown tells Labour activists as defeat looms


That 2015 manifesto, slightly more to the Left than those presented by Gordon Brown and Tony Blair, saw Labour lose seats at an election where it hoped to take power. But it was mocked by Conservative supporters for echoing Labour's left-wing 1983 election manifesto, described at the time by one Labour lawmaker as "the longest suicide note in history" for helping the Conservatives to victory. Read More »

Trump Claims He Was "Going to Fire Comey Regardless of Recommendations"

Trump has repeatedly downplayed suspicions of Russian interference, and dismisses any notion of collusion with his team as "fake news". And, as was nearly to be expected, Mr. I'm not going to spend time on the decision or the way it was executed. "And he made a decision based on that", Sanders said in an interview with MSNBC . Read More »

'Dance Moms' Abby Lee Miller Gets One Year In Prison

Abby Lee Miller was just sentenced to one year and one day in federal prison for bankruptcy fraud, but the Dance Moms star already has plans for her next steps into the spotlight. from places like England and Australia in 2014, without disclosing it on arrival back in America. During her recent hearing, Chief Judge Joy Flowers Conti told an emotional Miller that her decision was based on the simple fact that the dance coach hasn't been honest about her earnings from " Dance Moms " and ... Read More »

Played a part in Trump's firing of Federal Bureau of Investigation director Comey

They said it had nothing to do with the FBI's probe into Russian meddling in the 2016 election, which Comey first revealed publicly in March and includes any possible links between the Trump campaign and Russia. McCabe, who was Comey's deputy, is expected to be replaced by a candidate now being vetted by the head of the Justice Department, Attorney General Jeff Sessions, and other White House appointees. Read More »

Trump Takes to Twitter to Defend Firing Comey

By Jan. 22, reams had been written blaming (or crediting) Comey's October surprise nothing-burger for Trump's win, and Trump wasn't as enamored of Comey anymore, remarking, "He's become more famous than me". By Wednesday afternoon, the officials, like Trump , were saying he had in fact been considering ousting the Federal Bureau of Investigation director for months because of a lack of confidence in his ability to lead the agency. Read More »

Acting FBI director undercuts White House on Comey firing

We had a very nice dinner at the White House.very early on. McCabe testified in place of Comey, who Trump dismissed as Federal Bureau of Investigation director on Tuesday in an action that has roiled Washington. "This was an excuse for having lost an election", Trump said as he strongly defended himself during the interview. The answer could be naked ambition: For all the cautious optimism that Rosenstein's nomination as deputy attorney general inspired in Trump critics, it's ... Read More »

Mumbai all pumped up as Justin Bieber set to go LIVE

His backstage crew, along with his security team, is already stationed in the hotel. Justin arrived at the wee hours of the morning today. Dressed in signature style, Bieber was spotted in a pink hoodie and shorts, holding a bouquet of flowers at the private terminal. Read More »

Frank Ocean responds to libel lawsuit from his father


Following the devastating Orlando shooting last summer, Frank Ocean wrote a touching essay on Tumblr about the time his father called a transgender waitress a gay slur. The 29-year-old singer goes on to deny the libel allegation, asking the court for the case to be dismissed with prejudice, with Ocean being compensated for his attorney fees. Read More »

Former Democratic congresswoman guilty in sham charity case

Corrine Brown was found guilty on Thursday of taking money from a charity that was purported to be giving scholarships to poor students. Brown's district had included portions of Florida and Volusia counties until redistricting in 2013. The charges against Brown, who had represented the Jacksonville area district of Florida for over ten years, included lying on her taxes and congressional financial disclosure forms. Read More »

Donald Trump doublespeak: 'I was going to fire showboat Comey anyway'

He said he would have found a reason to fire Comey regardless of Rosenstein's recommendation. So why did he make the decision? "He's a grandstander. He was appointed to a 10-year term in 2013. Any other country. And I want that to be so strong and so good. The committee's chairman, Richard Burr, was one of several Republican lawmakers to publicly voice concern about Trump's firing of Comey. Read More »

Avery Bradley's defense has been key ingredient for Celtics

Their first quarter burst came after the Wizards scored the first four points of the game. If the refs don't call a lot, it probably means Markieff Morris stays out of foul trouble and Isaiah Thomas doesn't get as many calls, but it gives the Celtics' more opportunities to jostle John Wall and Bradley Beal. Read More »

Acting FBI head undercuts White House claims on Comey, probe

Mr Trump told reporters that Mr Comey was sacked because "he wasn't doing a good job, very simply". President Donald Trump yesterday ran into resistance for calling ousted FBI chief James Comey a "showboat", an attack that was swiftly contradicted by top United States senators and the acting FBI leader, who pledged that an investigation into possible Trump campaign ties to Russian Federation would proceed with vigour. Read More »

Country Music Star Loretta Lynn Recovering From Stroke


Upcoming shows would be postponed. Identifiable for her floor-length gowns, Lynn was one of the original women in country music and a protegee of Patsy Cline, who defined the female role in the genre. The NSA also states that some people make full recoveries after a stroke, but more than two thirds of survivors will have some type of disability. That same month she announced that she'd be releasing a new album, entitled Wouldn't It Be Great , on August 18, 2017. Read More »

Arsenal beats Southampton, climbs into 5th in EPL


It was a very convincing win. "We have another clean sheet, we are more stable defensively and I know we can go forward and score goals ". He's very good in short space, and in the box. "It was tough in the first half but then we found the opening goal and settled into the game". Arsenal was dealt a blow in the 36th minute when winger Alex Oxlaide-Chamberlain was forced off due to a hamstring injury and was replaced by Hector Bellerin. Read More »

Take Action: Kill the AHCA Before It Kills Us

Separately, on CBS's " Face the Nation ", Democratic Senator Joe Manchin of West Virginia said his mostly poor and rural state "gets absolutely slammed" by the House health bill. Sen. Kirsten Gillibrand called on Senate Republicans to reject the U.S. House plan to repeal and replace the Affordable Care Act , calling the measure a "cruel and unsafe bill", that would leave millions of Americans "stranded without the health care they need". Read More »

Labour manifesto has been 'unanimously agreed', says Jeremy Corbyn


According to the leaked manifesto, Labour will promise to renationalise rail and mail services and take some of the energy sector into public hands. Visiting the Black Country yesterday, Chuka Umunna, whose politics are far removed from those of Mr Corbyn, said some of the ideas in the manifesto would appeal to a broad range of voters. Read More »

Today in Conservative Media: Sally Yates Loses to Ted Cruz

The White House said Flynn misled Vice President Mike Pence and other top officials about his communications during the presidential transition with Russia's ambassador to the United States. A CNN reporter, citing sources, said high-level administration officials - including Trump himself - were evaluating whether to replace Spicer with his backup, deputy White House Press Secretary Sarah Huckabee Sanders . Read More »

Box Office Weekend: Guardians of the Galaxy Sequel Owns Box Office

That means that so far, the film has already pulled in $427.6 million. The sequel has taken in 54 per cent more than the original film in 2014, which grossed $94.3 million (£72.6 million). That income was nearly matched by Disney powerhouse Beauty and the Beast, which made $4.9 million domestically and $11.9 million internationally in its eighth weekend , taking its total to an eye-watering $1.186 billion. Read More »

President launches panel to investigate voter fraud


They warned that the panel would be used to lay the groundwork for stricter voting requirements that could make it more hard for poor and minority voters to access the ballot box. "He is exactly the wrong person to be involved in any commission on voter fraud ". In a House Intelligence Committee hearing on Russian election tampering in March, voter fraud became a topic of questioning - Committee Chairman Devin Nunes, R-Calif., asked Comey if the Federal Bureau of Investigation had any ... Read More »