• Top Aides to UK PM Quit After Election Losses
Top Aides to UK PM Quit After Election Losses

The resignations came as May worked to fill jobs in her minority government. Nick Timothy and Fiona Hill have been heavily criticized by the British press for their handling of Theresa May's campaign. On Brexit, the DUP supports leaving the European Union but opposes a return to a "hard" border with Ireland, which could happen if May carrie...

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  • Amber Alert issued for Wisconsin boy
Amber Alert issued for Wisconsin boy

Wisconsin Department of Justice officials say Jaiden was abducted by his father, Jamie C. Hunt, who is likely armed. Hunt may be driving a 2004 Chrysler Town and Country van, purple with license plate 139YNU. There's white paint on the driver's side from the front bumper to the rear door, according to the release. The Wood County Dispatch Cente...

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  • Lack of Progress Could Delay Senate Health Care Vote
Lack of Progress Could Delay Senate Health Care Vote

When asked if he would support keeping Obamacare taxes, Sen. "In Senator Capito's view, the House bill does not adequately protect those in the Medicaid expansion, and she is working with her colleagues in the Senate to make those protections more certain".

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  • U.S. intelligence chiefs rebuff questions on Trump inquiry
U.S. intelligence chiefs rebuff questions on Trump inquiry

National Security Agency Director Mike Rogers says he's never been asked to do anything illegal or felt pressure to do anything immoral during his three years as head of the intelligence agency. Anything that convinces us that the man in the White House is capable of leading us to the heights to which most of us aspire? King's reply? "What you ...

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  • Senior Intel officials expected to face pressure to reveal interactions with Trump
Senior Intel officials expected to face pressure to reveal interactions with Trump

Senators and witnesses also spent considerable time discussing the stated goal of the hearing, reauthorization of a key surveillance law known as Section 702. Mueller has not waved you off from answering any of these questions". "The question is why are you not answering the question?" "Is there an invocation of executive privilege?" HORSLEY: Coa...

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  • Bus bringing students to mission trip crashes, 1 killed - FOX10 News
Bus bringing students to mission trip crashes, 1 killed - FOX10 News

The attorney for a Minnesota police officer charged with manslaughter in the fatal shooting of a black motorist during a traffic stop says his client will testify Friday. I mean how awesome is that? She says the National Transportation Safety Board is carrying out the investigations. It apparently was a student ministry mission trip.

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  • Top intelligence officials say little about Trump conversations on Russian Federation
Top intelligence officials say little about Trump conversations on Russian Federation

Rogers also referred to earlier statements that he wouldn't comment on conversations with the president. "I've never felt pressure to intervene or interfere in any way and shape - with shaping intelligence in a political way, or in relationship to an ongoing investigation".

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  • Journal entry before bus crash: 'God has called me here'
Journal entry before bus crash: 'God has called me here'

One person died in the #Accident, 38 were injured For their transportation, three ambulances were called up. Fulton County Fire Chief Larry Few said 21 people were hurt. Authorities say they don't believe any of those injuries are life threatening. Halbert told reporters at a separate press conference Friday that the Fulton County Police Depar...

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  • Two arrested at anti-Sharia Law protest
Two arrested at anti-Sharia Law protest

Counter-protesters in Seattle appear to vastly outnumber the anti-Sharia march. Numerous latter were dressed in black masks and hoods and chanting "No Trump, no KKK, no Fascist USA". As of Friday afternoon, only 50 individuals said they are going in Atlanta, 64 in Indianapolis, and 68 in Chicago, on the event's social media page.

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  • Anti-Sharia marches planned across the US
Anti-Sharia marches planned across the US

The group organizing the rallies, ACT for America , claims Islamic law, known as Shariah, "is incompatible with Western democracy and the freedoms it affords". The atmosphere was tense but the protest went off with no violence and only one arrest, police said. They call ACT for America a recognized hate group.

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  • Syrian activists: At least 7 killed in Raqqa airstrike
Syrian activists: At least 7 killed in Raqqa airstrike

Bakr al-Baghdadi, who has a $25million bounty on his head, had been believed to be hiding out in the desert outside the besieged city of Mosul in northern Iraq after fleeing Raqqa in March. Moroccan documentary maker Sofia Amara explains how elite troops from Iraq's Falcon Brigade missed out on capturing him by just minutes. To the west of Raqqa,...

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  • Germany's Merkel calls on regional powers to solve the deepening GCC crisis
Germany's Merkel calls on regional powers to solve the deepening GCC crisis

Several other countries have since followed suit, further isolating the small Arabian Gulf country and stirring concern in Washington. "The state of Qatar, in accordance to its firm beliefs and principles, works on avoiding political conflicts with states and governments when dealing with their people", the ministry said.

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  • Jeff Sessions to discuss James Comey evidence at Senate Russia inquiry
Jeff Sessions to discuss James Comey evidence at Senate Russia inquiry

Sessions, in a letter Saturday to Senator Richard Shelby , wrote that he had been scheduled to discuss the Justice Department budget before House and Senate Appropriations subcommittees chaired by Shelby, but noted some members would focus their questions on the Russian Federation investigation.

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  • Michelle Carter trial: Boyfriend researched ways to commit suici
Michelle Carter trial: Boyfriend researched ways to commit suici

Carter texted that she and Roy were on the phone the day of his suicide in July when Roy "got out of the vehicle. he was scared". She kept reminding him and told him that he wanted to do it . The defense argued that Carter had tried before to talk Roy out of harming himself and the defense pointed to a conversation where Roy told Carter he regre...

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  • Trump says Comey not telling truth
Trump says Comey not telling truth

Mr Trump's legal team says the president's conversations with the former Federal Bureau of Investigation director were subject to executive privilege. Comey implied that Trump fired him for moving forward with the Russian Federation investigation, despite the president asking for Comey's "loyalty".

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  • Louisiana House budget offer panned by Senate
Louisiana House budget offer panned by Senate

Sen. McConnell implemented Senate "Rule 14" Wednesday to fast-track the GOP House health bill . "I want that opportunity". Claire McCaskill (D-Mo.) asked the committee's chairman, Sen. The Senate parliamentarian ruled that the House bill can advance under the strict rules of reconciliation, a legislative vehicle that enable Republicans to pas...

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  • James Comey is a leaker
James Comey is a leaker

In a startling disclosure , Comey revealed that after his firing he actually tried to spur the special counsel's appointment by giving a damning memo he had written about a meeting with Trump to a friend to release to the media. But Mr Trump and his supporters focused instead on the confirmation that he was not a target of investigation, easin...

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  • USA intelligence chief 'never been asked to act illegally'
USA intelligence chief 'never been asked to act illegally'

Rod Rosenstein, the deputy attorney general who appointed Mueller, also declined to comment on the circumstances of Comey's dismissal. Warner was disappointed by Rogers' lackluster answer, and proceeded to ask Coats the same thing. "We could not have produced that level of insight" without Section 702 powers, Rogers said. King was in full...

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  • Trump strikes back, says Comey lied
Trump strikes back, says Comey lied

Comey delivered scathing remarks about the president on Thursday at a congressional hearing and testified that Trump had asked him to drop a Federal Bureau of Investigation probe into former aide Michael Flynn and his alleged ties to Russian Federation.

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  • Top Intel Officials: Trump Never Pressured Us Regarding Russia Probe
Top Intel Officials: Trump Never Pressured Us Regarding Russia Probe

McCabe is facing the Senate Intelligence panel Wednesday alongside Rogers , Coats and Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein . Coats responded bluntly, "I don't take any notes", sparking a round of nervous laughter in the hearing room.

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