• DC, Maryland to sue Trump for involvement in his business while president
DC, Maryland to sue Trump for involvement in his business while president

The litigation is similar to a case filed this year by Citizens for Responsibility and Ethics , a Washington watchdog group. The lawsuit , which Racine and Frosh described to the Washington Post on Sunday night, could open a new front for Trump as he navigates dueling investigations by special counsel Robert Mueller and congressional comm...

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  • Nightclub owner reflects on massacre: 'We are one Pulse'
Nightclub owner reflects on massacre: 'We are one Pulse'

Hobbs says because of last year's massive shooting more LGBTQ safe zones are opening in Columbus including the recently opened club Velvet Room located where club Medallion once was on Midtown Drive in Midtown Columbus. It's the first of many events in Orlando on what's being called " Orlando United Day", a day for acts of kindness and love. A...

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  • DC, Maryland Officials Promise 'Major Lawsuit' Against Trump
DC, Maryland Officials Promise 'Major Lawsuit' Against Trump

There have always been questions surrounding the president's continued connection to his businesses, but things may be getting more complicated now: Trump will face a lawsuit over the emoluments clause from D.C. But NBC News and MSNBC reported last month that the Trump Organization hasn't been tracking all possible payments it receives from fore...

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  • Scores gather outside Pulse to honor massacre victims
Scores gather outside Pulse to honor massacre victims

Actor John Lithgow said he felt that America was in a "strangely retrograde time". "I think it's really cool to be part of the first year of it, and I hope it stays around", said scholarship recipient Colin Riley. Memorial outside Orlando's Pulse Nightclub on Saturday, June 10, 2017. Organizers say tickets are sold out, and they expect more tha...

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  • Afghan Soldier Kills Three US Soldiers in Nangarhar
Afghan Soldier Kills Three US Soldiers in Nangarhar

The shooter - identified as a member of the Afghan National Army's Commando Forces - was killed in return fire, officials added. In March, one of the soldiers of the Afghani army was killed after he opened fire on foreign forces at a base in Helmand province , three U.S.

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  • Shulkin stresses 'lot of work to do' to fix beleaguered VA
Shulkin stresses 'lot of work to do' to fix beleaguered VA

Shulkin also warned that Veterans Affairs buildings were falling into disrepair and needed more than $18 billion worth of repairs. He is seeking to have it fully operational by August 15. He cited cases in which VA employees who watched porn at work or were convicted of DUI are still employed. Shulkin urged the Senate to pass legislation to m...

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  • Maryland, DC attorneys general suing Trump
Maryland, DC attorneys general suing Trump

He said Saudi Arabia alone has spent hundreds of thousands of dollars. "Again, the reason why we're here is because the president of the United States, in a wholly unprecedented fashion, has made a decision to maintain a sprawling global business empire that accepts money without account from foreign governments", Racine said.

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  • Senate Judiciary Committee seeks meeting with Robert Mueller
Senate Judiciary Committee seeks meeting with Robert Mueller

The agency's response to a freedom of information request submitted by The Wall Street Journal doesn't exclude the possibility that recordings could have been created by another entity. Ivanka Trump will appear this morning on Fox and Friends at 7am ET to discuss the president's infrastructure plan, although she is also likely to address Comey'...

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  • Colts sign WR Briggs, waive injured WR Griffey
Colts sign WR Briggs, waive injured WR Griffey

The Colts did not take any wide receivers in the 2017 NFL Draft , but have T.Y. Griffey's stay on IR will depend on the duration of the injury. The Griffey's lived in Indianapolis for a short time, when Ken Griffey Sr. Briggs was originally signed by the Seattle Seahawks to a reserve/future contract in January, but they waived him shortly ...

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  • Turley: Comey Knew He Couldn't Publish Leaked Trump Memos
Turley: Comey Knew He Couldn't Publish Leaked Trump Memos

J. Brien Comey had an important visitor coming to his home here in this quiet suburban town on Saturday. James Comey was in his New Jersey hometown of Allendale with his father on Sunday, days after testifying before a Senate panel on his meetings with Trump.

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  • Crosby, Pens cap unbelievable year with 2nd straight Stanley Cup
Crosby, Pens cap unbelievable year with 2nd straight Stanley Cup

In becoming the first team since the 1997-98 Detroit Red Wings to repeat as Cup champs, the Penguins did it with excellent defense and the occasional dollop of luck every title team needs. Rinne chopped his stick against a goalpost not once, but twice after giving up a fifth and final goal a year ago when Nashville was ousted from the playoffs.

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  • What we learned from Comey's testimony
What we learned from Comey's testimony

Mueller will not take kindly, as a legal proposition, to the freakish fact that Trump bragged to Russians being investigated for a covert war against American democracy that he fired Comey to influence his investigation of them and him. Trump's private attorney, Marc Kasowitz, seized on Comey's admission that he had orchestrated the public release ...

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  • Lies, Leaked Memos, and Speculation: What's Next After Comey's Testimony
Lies, Leaked Memos, and Speculation: What's Next After Comey's Testimony

Comey told senators Thursday morning, "Lordy, I hope there are tapes", in referring to his meetings with Trump. Furthermore, he denied ever asking Comey for his "loyalty", contradicting Comey's detailed allegations. But the self-imposed silence didn't last. But the gist of the hearing was that Trump wasn't under investigation for Russian Federation...

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  • Melania Trump and son Barron move into the White House
Melania Trump and son Barron move into the White House

The first lady's decision to stay in NY was seen as unusual to some who questioned the state of the president's marriage. No word on whether Barron will be allowed to bring his to St. But those are the sacrifices a first lady must make for her country! A White House spokesman said: "The president has tremendous respect for Prime Minister ...

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  • Here's Melania & Barron Trump Moving Into The White House For Good
Here's Melania & Barron Trump Moving Into The White House For Good

Her spokeswoman, Stephanie Grisham , confirmed that Melania have moved into the White House for good, tweeting: "It's official!" The New York City Police Department previously estimated it cost between $127,000 and $146,000 a day to protect Melania and Barron in Trump Tower.

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  • Maryland, District of Columbia Sue Trump Over Government Payments to His Businesses
Maryland, District of Columbia Sue Trump Over Government Payments to His Businesses

A statement released to the press on Monday says the attorneys general will make the announcement at a news conference planned for noon in Washington . A suit similar to the one expected from Maryland and D.C. was filed in January by government watchdog group Citizens for Responsibility and Ethics, CNN reported .

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  • James Comey Admits on Hillary E-Mail Probe: Bill Clinton/Lynch Meeting Influenced Me
James Comey Admits on Hillary E-Mail Probe: Bill Clinton/Lynch Meeting Influenced Me

While live tweeting the Senate hearing for former FBI Director James Comey , NBC News Chief Global Correspodent accused Attorney General Jeff Sessions of telling Comey to call the Russian Federation investigation a "matter" instead of an "investigation".

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  • AG Sessions to appear before Senate intelligence committee
AG Sessions to appear before Senate intelligence committee

Senate Democrats have raised the possibility that Sessions and Kislyak could have met there, though Justice Department officials say there were no private encounters or side meetings. -Senate Democratic leader Chuck Schumer of NY said he would take Trump up on his offer to testify under oath about his conversations with Comey , inviting the pres...

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  • Comey's dad says his son 'laughs' over subject of leaking
Comey's dad says his son 'laughs' over subject of leaking

The president's outside legal team is being led by a longtime Trump attorney, Marc Kasowitz. "Comey is clearly extraordinarily hostile to Trump". The request is a sign of escalating fallout from riveting testimony from Comey last week of undue pressure from Trump.

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  • US attorney general Jeff Sessions to give evidence in Russia 'meddling' probe
US attorney general Jeff Sessions to give evidence in Russia 'meddling' probe

He had told lawmakers at his January confirmation hearing that he had not met with Russians during the campaign. Instead of testifying publicly before the appropriations committees, where these matters could be discussed in the light of day, Sessions will appear before the Senate Intelligence Committee.

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