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Theresa May Reshuffles Cabinet Amid Calls for Her to Step Down


While May's top team has been left unchanged, she will have to fill gaps in her ministerial team after nine junior ministers lost their seats in what has been characterised as a disastrous election night for the ruling party, with the shock results going against every pre-election opinion poll forecast and the Jeremy Corbyn-led Opposition Labour faring far better than predicted. Read More »

'100 percent' ready to testify under oath


Several days later, the New York Times reported the existence of a memo Comey wrote after a meeting in which Trump reportedly asked Comey to drop an investigation into Michael Flynn. Bob Inglis, a Republican former congressman who voted to impeach Bill Clinton in 1998, suggested Trump might be in particularly hot water. But Trump Jr, who along with his brother Eric is running their father's former company, has said he does not discuss the details of politics or their business with ... Read More »

Trump says is willing to testify under oath about Comey claims

Comey said he felt he was sacked from his role due to his handling of the investigation into Russia's interference in the presidential election as well as possible ties between Russian officials and members of the Trump administration. "And what he said yesterday under congressional testimony is that nobody's ever been tried or convicted of hoping for something, ' Lewandowski continued, pointing to Comey's testimony, where he said he wasn't aware if a request using the word 'hope" had been ... Read More »

PM May Not Sobbing Over Election, Brexit Minister Mays


Now talk has turned to what kind Brexit that will be: hard, soft, or a so-called Norway-style deal that offers access to the European Economic Area to allow United Kingdom financial services to be "passported" into Europe. But will Brexit even happen? Moody's Investors Service said the inconclusive election outcome would complicate and "probably delay" negotiations with the EU. Read More »

Uber Fires Employees After Harassment Investigation


Fifty-seven claims are still be investigated, 31 employees have been given counselling and seven have been given written warnings from Uber. The company didn't name the employees who were fired. The Travis Kalanick-owned company has taken some form of action in 58 of these cases, while it dismissed another 100 claims. Uber also was accused by Alphabet for stealing files containing trade secrets from its self-driving auto division Waymo. Read More »

Record-breaking heat hits Northeast; 97 degrees at airport


Though that sounds sweltering, it may not be a record high for the region. MA residents are in for another day of sweltering summer temperatures Monday, according to the National Weather Service . Monday. "Dew points will be in the 60s, which means you will feel the humidity", the weather service said . This isn't the end of the high temps either, the service said, but there will be some relief. Read More »

Surprised?: Chief Keef Arrested With Weed and Edibles In South Dakota


SIOUX FALLS, S.D. (KELO AM) Nationally known rapper Chief Keef has been arrested in Sioux Falls on drug charges. The rapper was booked into the Minnehaha County Jail at 9:21 a.m. This isn't the first time Keef has been found on the wrong side of the law, having received a DUI charge in Miami back in April. Chief Keef can't seem to stay out of legal trouble. Read More »

Attorney General Jeff Sessions will appear before the Senate Intelligence Committee

Comey said Trump told Sessions and other administration officials to leave the room before Trump asked him in February to drop a probe into former National Security Adviser Michael Flynn's contacts with Russian Federation. "I took it as a very disturbing thing, very concerning". The Justice Department has said that Sessions was at the Mayflower that day, but there were no private or side conversations between the two. Read More »

Memorable Moments From James Comey's Testimony

Asked on Friday if he would be willing to go under oath to give his version of his interactions with Comey, Trump replied, "100 per cent". Trump had threatened Comey on Twitter with "tapes" of their conversations when accounts of their talks had begun to appear in the media. Read More »

France vs England preview: Southgate's Lions face stern test in Paris

A minute's silence will also be observed by both teams, with the same tribute previously held at the start of England's World Cup qualifier against Scotland on Saturday. England manager Gareth Southgate has defended Joe Hart after the goalkeeper was beaten by two Leigh Griffiths free-kicks during his side's 2-2 draw against Scotland . Read More »

Two Democratic AGs to sue Trump for foreign payments to his businesses

The state of Maryland and the Distrıct of Columbia have sued U.S. President Donald Trump on Monday, alleging he has violated the constitution's anti-corruption clauses, APA reports quoting Anadolu Agency. In January , Mr. Trump claimed that he was going farther than the law required in putting his interests into a trust. The January case which was filed in the Manhattan course alleges the President violated the emoluments clause , by still owning his business. Read More »

Qatar begins shipping cargoes through Oman

Dujarric said the secretary-general was encouraging diplomacy "to address concerns and is ready to support such efforts, if desired by all parties". Qahtani said the presence of Taliban officials in Qatar was "absolutely a request by the USA government". In Doha , Qatar Airways called on the UN's aviation body to declare the Gulf boycott against the carrier "illegal" and a violation of a 1944 convention on worldwide air transport. Read More »

Irish Sinn Fein Leader Rules Out Taking Seats in Parliament

They are all rights issues subject to previous agreements". If Sinn Fein, as expected, at least retains the four seats it won in 2015, the winning party would need 324 seats for a majority, rather than 326. Sinn Fein president Gerry Adams made clear there was "no danger whatsoever" of his party ditching its abstentionist policy, even if its seats become crucial in the final reckoning. Read More »

Poll prediction goes wrong, UK author eats book

U.K. Independence Party (UKIP) candidate Keith Fraser mouthed the words "terrorist sympathizer" behind Labour Party leader Jeremy Corbyn's back during Corbyn's general election victory speech Thursday in Islington North. Mr Goodwin appeared to consume the unusual meal after posting a tweet in May in which he said he would "happily eat my new Brexit book" if Jeremy Corbyn's party secured 38 percent of the vote. Read More »

Oil edges up on Saudi pledge to make real supply cuts

Rising shale output has been one the catalysts contributing to the recent slump in oil prices as investors fear that a ramp up in USA production could derail the Organization of the Petroleum Exporting Countries (OPEC) and its allies' efforts to restore balance in crude markets . Read More »

No change in Theresa May's Brexit plan


May also reappointed an old adversary - Michael Gove , a former rival for the Conservative leadership whom May fired from the Cabinet when she took office past year. "It is time to stop trying to cling to power and time to admit enough is enough", said Mr Farron, who branded the possible Tory/DUP deal as a "MayDUP government ". Read More »

Trump on Comey: He's a leaker

He said that Comey's testimony may result in some political damage for the president, but he believes it was actually a pretty good day for him in a legal sense. Trump also denied asking Comey for a pledge of loyalty during one of a string of private meetings. Trump: Over a very short period of time. Read More »

Iran detains 41 connected to Tehran terrorist attacks


On Friday, Iran's Intelligence Ministry said since the attack on Wednesday security forces have arrested 41 individuals linked to the Islamic State (IS) in Tehran, Kermanshah, Kurdistan and West Azarbaijan provinces. Wahhabi terrorist groups are closely associated with Saudi Arabia, where government-sanctioned clerics preach the strongly intolerant pseudo-ideology of Wahhabism. Read More »

McCain blames confusing probe on tiredness

Trump ". "If, as the president said , I was sacked because of the Russian Federation investigation ", Comey testified , "why was the attorney general involved in that chain?" 'That investigation was going on, this investigation was going on. Read More »

Start date of Brexit talks uncertain, says UK government

The DUP whose 10 seats would allow the government to get measures through Parliament, is a socially conservative pro-British Protestant group that opposes abortion and same-sex marriage and includes both environmentalists and climate-change deniers among its senior ranks. Read More »

U.S. attorney general to testify in ongoing Russian Federation probe


A Justice Department spokeswoman said Monday morning that Sessions believes "It is important for the American people to hear the truth directly from him". Comey that he wanted the FBI to drop an investigation into former national-security adviser Michael Flynn's discussions with Mr. Kislyak. "I don't understand why the president just doesn't clear this matter up once and for all", said Sen. Read More »

States will have to find funds for farm loan waivers: Jaitley


But when there is a poor monsoon or natural calamity, farmers are unable to repay loans and are often forced to borrow money to manage expenses. As soon as the decision was announced , farmers, who have been on agitation since June 1 across the State, erupted into jubilation. Read More »