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Trump to evangelicals: We're 'under siege,' will be stronger

Our rights come from God, President Trump told an evangelical conservative crowd this week, and no one on Earth can take them away. "As you know, we're under siege". "We know how to fight and we will never give up", he said. "You picked a victor". The audience clapped and cheered as Cruz continued, but at that point the senator's microphone was muted and the master of ceremonies announced the next speaker, Virginia Galloway - the Faith & Freedom Coalition's southern regional director ... Read More »

Unease about white supremacy grows after Portland stabbings


The murder suspect in an alleged hate speech stabbing made repeated outbursts during his appearance in court on Tuesday. Christian, charged with murder, attempted murder, intimidation and being a felon in possession of a restricted weapon, carried on his hateful bluster during a court appearance Tuesday. Read More »

Tiger Woods DUI Caused By Prescription Drugs, Not Alcohol


When asked if he understood officer's instructions to recite the alphabet, Woods allegedly replied, "Yes, recite the entire national anthem backwards". "Did I enjoy watching him play? I expect more from myself too", he said. Tiger's a friend. He's been great for the game of golf . "I think he's a good person, and it's kind of sad". Read More »

Trump commits to NATO's Article 5


Amid worries by Washington's European partners that the U.S. leader had not fully bought into the Atlantic alliance, Trump told reporters: "I'm committing the United States to Article Five". Trump has pressed members of the 28-country pact to spend more on their defense. (AP Photo/Andrew Harnik). President Donald Trump speaks during a news conference with Romanian President Klaus Werner Iohannis in the Rose Garden at the White House, Friday, June 9, 2017, in Washington . Read More »

Testifying before Congress, intelligence chiefs are unsure what they can say


The hearing comes a day before Comey, who was sacked by Trump on May 9, testifies before the panel , although reports say he will stop short of saying the president's conduct reached the level of obstruction when Trump pressed him to drop the probe into disgraced former National Security Adviser Mike Flynn, ABC News said Tuesday. Read More »

POTUS Should Tweet Less — Survey Says


Trump rants about nearly everything on Twitter but chooses to remain silent on his administration's controversies and the nation's tragedies. Pundits and legal experts were divided on whether Trump s actions rose to the level of obstruction of justice, a potentially impeachable offense. Read More »

Theresa May aims to form government, despite lost majority

The result is a gain of 34 seats for Labour and a loss of 16 for the Conservatives . In another twist in the United Kingdom political landscape, the country is facing a hung Parliament after Prime Minister Theresa May's Conservative party failed to win enough votes to keep an overall majority in the House of Commons in yesterday's snap election . Read More »

Supermarket employee kills 3 co-workers, self in store spree

Almost 24 hours after 24-year-old Randy Stair opened fire inside a Weis Market near Tunkhannock , investigators are painting a picture of a night of terror inside the store. Stair texted his sleeping mother a suicide note at 12:37 a.m. on Thursday, Mitchell said. The message, Mitchell said, was "that he was not going to be alive anymore and that he left some DVDs and journals for the family", Mitchell said. Read More »

Trump's tweets draw scorn from some, support from others

Trump's tweet came one day after Kellyanne Conway , for instance, visited NBC's Today to excoriate the press for covering Trump's explosive Twitter tirade about his " travel ban ", and his attack of the mayor of London shortly after attackers in that city killed seven. Read More »

Corey Lewandowski: President Trump Needs Communications Team With 'Preexisting Relationship'


Trump is still interviewing candidates for Federal Bureau of Investigation director after firing James Comey on May 9 . He later added: "It's an ongoing conversation, and that's a fair way to put it". By the time the first change in what may be a broader shake-up was announced on Tuesday, the White House was left without a replacement. According to advisers, however, Trump is finding it challenging to recruit new aides as he considers casting off old ones. Read More »

Delaware joins states in Paris climate goal coalition


Trump withdrew the United States from the 2015 agreement to cut emissions saying it undermined the USA economy, cost U.S.jobs, and put it at a disadvantage to other nations. "I knew that as a governor". First, the 0.2 degree-figure used in the talking point reflects the incremental impact of the Paris Agreement compared with the earlier Copenhagen agreement. Read More »

Comey: Bill Clinton Meeting With Lynch A Factor In Email Probe Announcement

He was responding to a Republican senator's question of whether the Lynch-Clinton meeting - in the midst of the FBI's investigation into Clinton's private email server - had influenced Comey's decision to call the press conference in which he called her and her associates were "extremely careless in their handling of very sensitive, highly classified information". Read More »

Comeback Cavs end Warriors perfect postseason in Game 4

This discussion, as I've said many times, is pointless, and Reggie Miller made the point in 2016 that it's not fair to ask competitive former National Basketball Association players if their teams would beat the Warriors because of course they'd say yes. Read More »

Intel officials refuse to answer questions on Trump and Russia

The Post had previously reported that Trump had asked Coats and Rogers to publicly deny the existence of evidence of collusion. The top Democrat on the committee has said he will ask Director of National Intelligence Dan Coats and National Security Agency Director Adm. Read More »

Top intelligence officials say little about Trump conversations on Russia


Coats told associates in March that Trump asked him if he could intervene with then-FBI chief James Comey to get the bureau to back off its investigation into Michael Flynn , who was sacked as national security adviser after hiding his communications with Russian Ambassador Sergey Kislyak from White House officials, the Washington Post reported on Tuesday. Read More »

Senators grill officials about Trump pushback on Russia probe


The Senate intelligence committee is back in the national spotlight for two days of blockbuster hearings and following news that relations between President Donald Trump and Attorney General Jeff Sessions had reached a boiling point surrounding his recusal from the Justice Department's Russian Federation investigation. Read More »

The tortured explanations of Trump's tweets make no sense

Speaking to reporters a day after Mr Comey testified to the Senate intelligence panel, House Democratic leader Nancy Pelosi said it was "beyond the pale" that Mr Trump had asked Mr Comey, then head of the independent law enforcement agency, for his loyalty. Read More »

Top intelligence officials say little about Trump conversations on Russian Federation

Trump has called the Russian Federation investigation a "witch hunt". "King, Sen. Heinrich and my questions deserve answers, and at some point the American public deserve full answers", Warner said. "We have a special counsel who is investigating", Rosenstein said, when asked about a memo he had written that the White House held up as justification for Comey's May 9 firing. Read More »

Trump says '100 percent' ready to testify under oath

The media, whatever you think of us, is dependent on access - of being given glimpses into who this President (or any president) really is and how they go about making their minds up on a given issue. "That's not true", Conway said, though Trump has not given any interviews since early May. Everything Trump says on Twitter, it's an official presidential statement. Read More »

Italy warned United Kingdom on 3rd London attacker

The security forces have been raiding addresses in London . Australian authorities are working with United Kingdom police to determine what happened to Brisbane woman Sara Zelenak, 21, who is still missing after being separated from friends on London Bridge during the attack . Read More »