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Special Counsel Investigates Trump, Son-in-Law

Recent news reports have suggested Trump sought all three officials' help in pressuring FBI Director James Comey to drop his investigation into former National Security Adviser Mike Flynn. Ruddy, who had been at the White House on Monday, told PBS that Trump is considering terminating the special counsel. The media's record with anonymously-sourced stories, particularly concerning the Russian Federation investigation, has been mixed as of late. Read More »

Donal Trump Jr. Slams BBC For Misreporting Jerusalem Terror Stabbing

Palestinian militant factions on Saturday dismissed a claim by the Islamic State group that it was behind the fatal stabbing of the policewoman, saying the assailants came from their ranks. It stepped up a campaign against the fund after a wave of Palestinian attacks began in September 2015. Following the attack, the Israeli army raided Deir Abu Mashal, the village near Ramallah the three perpetrators hailed from, sealing off its entrances and mapping out the homes of the three for demolition. Read More »

Hospital Says Scalise Still Critical But Improved

The shootings early Wednesday morning on a serene baseball field in suburban Washington, D.C, once again has enveloped this nation in shock and disbelief. If Scalise did not suffer nerve damage and his recovery continues without any complications, "it is possible that within three months or so, he can.be back on his feet", said Dr. Read More »

Deal with DUP means London is no longer honest broker on North

Theresa May's plans to make a hung parliament deal with the Democratic Unionist Party will risk the return of violence to Northern Ireland, former Conservative Prime Minister John Major has warned . "And you never know, in what unpredictable way, events will turn out". But Jim Shannon, who is one of these MPs despite being the DUP's equality spokesman, said the deal being pursued by the two parties did not involve any Tory concessions on LGBT rights. Read More »

Protesters storm Kensington Town Hall as anger grows


After a botched snap election that lost her party its majority in parliament, the prime minister is facing criticism for her response to the blaze that engulfed the 24-storey apartment block of social housing on Wednesday. In his latest update on the recovery operation, Mr Cundy said a search of the burnt out building in north Kensington had resumed after a brief pause because of fears about the safety of the structure. Read More »

Trump's friend Christopher Ruddy says President considering firing Mueller

Comey told senators he thought publicizing the contents of those memos would prompt the appointment of a special counsel in the Russian Federation investigation. Senator Susan Collins (R-ME) then asked if Rosenstein would fire Mueller if he was asked. Under the regulation, Special Counsel Mueller may be fired only for good cause, and I'm required to put that cause in writing. Read More »

Putin present to see Russian Federation kick off Confederations Cup

Follow the Football match between Russian Federation and New Zealand live with Eurosport. Russia's opening goal had an ugly finish after two pretty pieces of individual skill once the All-Whites defense needlessly lost the ball. Federation Internationale de Football Association president Gianni Infantino opened the tournament with a speech inside the St Petersburg Stadium, with Russian president Vladimir Putin and legendary Brazil footballer Pele in attendance. Read More »

International Olympic Committee terminal: Police lathicharge Puthuvype protestors


Meanwhile, the Congress has called for a dawn-to-dusk hartal at Puthuvype region on Monday in protest against the police action. Kochi: After the police atrocity on a crowd of agitating locals at Puthuvype on Sunday drew flak from various quarters, the government ordered to stop the works on LPG import terminal of the Indian Oil Corporation (IOC). Read More »

Trump to reveal Cuba policy in Miami this Friday

Despite his effort to roll back parts of Obama's Cuba policy , Trump left many of Obama's legacy intact, including remaining USA embassy in Cuba . The changes that Trump has announced will have an impact on the Cuban economy within three months, once the new regulations are put in place. But scheduling the trip indicates the Cuba policy, which has been undergoing drafts for several weeks, will be imminently finalized. Read More »

MK Stalin hands over expose tape to assembly speaker


Before leaving for Delhi, Jayakumar told reporters at Chennai airport that it was "unfair to say that a government chosen in a democratic manner should be dissolved". The legislator has, however, denied it was his voice in the TV video footage on alleged horse-trading though he had admitted that it was him in the video. Read More »

Deputy Attorney General Rosenstein: Only I can fire Mueller

Speaking at a Senate appropriations subcommittee hearing today (June 13), Rosenstein confirmed Trump could not legally outright fire Mueller himself, and assured senators that the Justice Department has given Mueller the "full independence he needs to conduct that investigation". Read More »

Michael Gove says Government will 'work with everyone' on Brexit


May had called a snap election in order to capitalize on disarray within the opposition Labour Party and gain a greater working majority in the House of Commons than she inherited from David Cameron. The European Parliament's Brexit negotiator, Mr Guy Verhofstadt, also expressed his frustration. "I will be making it very clear that any deal between the Tories and the DUP can not be allowed to undermine the Good Friday and subsequent agreements", Ms O'Neill said in a statement. Read More »

58 people missing and presumed dead in London fire

I don't think I will ever forget them". The death toll after the latest update could be around 70 people. Alhajali, who lived on the 14th floor, was a civil engineering student at West London University. An inquiry should be properly resourced so it can get the full truth about the fire as quickly as possible, he said. Despite that outcome, fire experts say "stay put" is still the best advice - as long as the building has proper fire-suppression protections, such as multiple ... Read More »

Saudi coast guard kills local fisherman, says Iran TV

A handout picture provided by the Saudi Royal Palace on June 16, 2017, shows Saudi's King Salman bin Abdulaziz al-Saud (R) meeting with Turkish Foreign Minister Mevlut Cavusoglu in the holy city of Mecca. In 1996, Qatar launched the Al-Jazeera satellite news channel and brought a new brand of news coverage to the region. What's the position of the United States in all this? "A violation of freedom of expression" - that's what Human Rights Watch has called the crackdown by three Gulf ... Read More »

Gunman was angry with Trump's policies


The suspect in the shooting at the congressional baseball practice earlier this week had a list including the names of some members of Congress on him, CBS News has confirmed . Back in IL at least one friend of Hodgkinson - who didn't give his full name - defended him, saying, "I just want to let people know he wasn't evil, that he was exhausted of some of the politics going on". Read More »

Over 90000 inmates to perform asanas on Intn'l Yoga Day


Prime Minister Narendra Modi in his United Nations address had suggested the date of June 21, as it is the longest day of the year in the Northern Hemisphere and shares special significance in many parts of the world. AYUSH Ministry is working day and night to make the International Yoga Day a big success not only at national level but also at international level. Read More »

Russia criticises US for 'anti-Cuban' approach, says it sides with Cuba


Trump tore into former President Barack Obama in front of an audience made up largely of Cuban exiles and their descendants in a theater named for a leader of the failed 1961 US -backed Bay of Pigs invasion. There is no other option left for the U.S. but to take unilateral military actions inside Pakistani territory to kill jihadist operatives, it argued. Read More »

Trump Reports Hundreds of Millions in Financial Liabilities


The documents have added importance because Trump isn't following the long tradition of presidential candidates and office-holding of making public his tax returns. Trump has said that he sold all his stock holdings in June 2016 to avoid conflicts of interest. Donald Trump holds up his book 'The Art of the Deal , ' Nov. Read More »

Motorbikes left in charred pile after bomb kills seven in Afghanistan


Representatives of 23 nations including the United States and Pakistan, as well as the EU, Nato and the UN are attending the two-day meeting, which launches what is being called the Kabul Process for Peace and Security Co-operation. However, one of the main stakeholders in the war - the Afghan Taliban - is not present at the conference that hopes to achieve a lasting peace process with the armed group. Read More »

Trump financial disclosures show Mar-a-Lago business boom

The document however did not reveal his net worth, which he had once claimed was $10 million. Norman Eisen, a Brookings Institution visiting fellow and former ethics lawyer for President Barack Obama, said the document is missing a great deal of valuable information. Read More »

Shadow cabinet: Smith returns as Corbyn reshuffles top team

The youth vote has been cited as a major factor in the surge in popularity for Labour and its leader Jeremy Corbyn at the ballot box. The Parliamentary Labour Party (PLP) is meeting on Tuesday evening for the first time since the June 8 election, in which far-left outsider Corbyn received a stunning and unexpected 40 percent of the vote. Read More »

United Kingdom to Agree Brexit Divorce Bill Before Trade Talks

Britain said on Friday that no deal could be struck on exiting the European Union unless the future relationship with the bloc was taken into account. "We believe that the withdrawal process can not be concluded without the future relationship also being taken into account", the spokesman said. "We will negotiate in good faith but it is a negotiation, we recognize there will be an exchange of views and we will take that forward in a spirit of genuine cooperation". Read More »

Cuba Rejects New Trump Policy

Obama worked so carefully to restore, nor does he plan to impose new trade sanctions. The Castro government is certain to reject Trump's list of demands, which includes releasing political prisoners, halting what the USA says is abuse of dissidents and allowing greater freedom of expression. Read More »