• The President's mad again, and wages war on the special counsel
The President's mad again, and wages war on the special counsel

The investigation into Trump started after former FBI Director James Comey was sacked, according to the Washington Post report . A spokesman for Trump's attorney Marc Kasowitz fiercely denied the allegations. As part of the probe, the special counsel has also gathered Comey's written accounts of his conversations with Trump. Trump vehement...

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  • Trump blasts Mueller probe report
Trump blasts Mueller probe report

LIASSON: Yes. And it was a jarring contrast to his tone yesterday after the shooting of Congressman Scalise and the others. "According to the Independent , the President" tweets could be in reference to reports from the FBI's investigation into Clinton's private email sever.

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  • Secret Service says it has no Trump tapes when asked by WSJ
Secret Service says it has no Trump tapes when asked by WSJ

Then they came to know that there are no recording clips. "When he's ready to further discuss it, he will". Mr. Trump was alluding to conversations that Comey wrote about in a memo released following his termination, alleging the president had pressured him to drop the FBI investigation into former National Security Adviser Michael Flynn.

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  • Man who shot congressman was living in van
Man who shot congressman was living in van

Hodgkinson was arrested for battery, domestic battery and discharging a firearm in April 2006. "Most of the bartenders here are women", and he "came off a little creepy, apparently." "When we look those over. Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell says the entire Senate is "deeply saddened" over Wednesday's shooting . A former mayor of Al...

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  • Sessions' Privilege Maneuver May Fly With GOP Senate
Sessions' Privilege Maneuver May Fly With GOP Senate

In his dramatic appearance before former colleagues, Sessions contradicted a contention made by Comey at a hearing before the same panel last week. Sessions said "it appears" Russians attempted to interfere in the election, based on what the intelligence community believes.

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  • Trump tweets of
Trump tweets of "WITCH HUNT" amid Russia probe

Trump went on a Twitter rant on Thursday afternoon-off his normal early morning schedule-where he brought back his favorite nickname for Democratic Presidential candidate Hillary Clinton . Mueller is investigating alleged Russian interference in the 2016 US presidential election and possible collusion with the Trump campaign. A close Trump ass...

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  • Va. Shooter's Wife Expresses Horror, Asks Media To Go Away
Va. Shooter's Wife Expresses Horror, Asks Media To Go Away

Authorities say the gunman in Alexandria, Virgina was 66-year-old James Hodgkinson who lived in Belleville, which is a town in southwestern IL off Interstate 64. Court records reviewed and obtained by NBC News show that Hodgkinson was charged in 2006 with assaulting his girlfriend. "I just don't know what to tell you people", she told reporters...

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  • Scalise shooter: Dead gunman ID'd as Trump-hating building inspector from IL
Scalise shooter: Dead gunman ID'd as Trump-hating building inspector from IL

Bernie Sanders's campaign in the 2016 election, and had recently posted a petition to impeach President Donald Trump on his Facebook page , along with the statement: "Trump is a Traitor". A former congressional aide was hospitalized. His repeated brushes with authorities suggest that Hodgkinson grew increasingly short-tempered as he age...

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  • Mueller investigating Trump for obstruction of justice, Washingt
Mueller investigating Trump for obstruction of justice, Washingt

USA TODAY previously reported that the FBI was investigating Kushner for his contact with Russian officials, but there was no word at that time that his financial dealings were part of the probe. The Senate panel also plans to hear at some point from Jared Kushner, Trump's son-in-law and one of his closest White House aides. Investigators for the...

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  • Trump, working with Ivanka, to push expanded apprenticeship prog
Trump, working with Ivanka, to push expanded apprenticeship prog

The Trump administration released an executive order authorizing the U.S. Department of Labor (DOL) to move forward with efforts to permit third parties-such as industry groups, trade associations, companies, and other nonprofit and for-profit providers-to certify Registered Apprenticeship programs.

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  • 3 top Penn State officials get jail time related to Sandusky case
3 top Penn State officials get jail time related to Sandusky case

Sandusky was not arrested until a tip in 2011 led investigators to interview the shower witness. The judge said the men could serve a substantial portion of their punishment on home confinement with electronic monitoring - meaning just two months in jail each for Spanier and Schultz and three months for Curley.

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  • WaPo Report: Mueller Investigating Donald Trump for Possible Obstruction of Justice
WaPo Report: Mueller Investigating Donald Trump for Possible Obstruction of Justice

The FBI's probe into whether the commander-in-chief's election campaign colluded with Russian Federation had been widened to include Trump's contact with intelligence officials, The Washington Post claimed. Mark Corallo, a spokesman for Trump's personal attorney, Marc Kasowitz, released a statement in response to the Post story condemni...

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  • Baseball field shooter had a horrifying history of abusing foster kids
Baseball field shooter had a horrifying history of abusing foster kids

The shooting of Republican House Whip Steve Scalise likely will test Sen. The FBI has also recovered a cell phone, a computer and a camera from the vehicle used by the gunman, who was fatally injured by two members of capitol police during the incident.

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  • Senate Votes to Enact New Russia Sanctions
Senate Votes to Enact New Russia Sanctions

Rand Paul of Kentucky and Mike Lee of Utah, both Republicans, were the only votes against it - bolsters existing sanctions and would allow Congress to thwart any presidential effort to curtail sanctions without congressional approval. House aides said they expected the chamber would begin to debate the measure in coming weeks. Senior aides told...

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  • Four reported dead following San Francisco shooting
Four reported dead following San Francisco shooting

UPS spokesman Steve Gaut released a statement saying that six employees were involved in a "shooting incident" but that the company, which employs 350 people, could provide any identifications until the police investigation is complete. Potrero street was blocked off between 15th and 18th streets. According to eyewitnesses, with whom the journa...

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  • Bill Cosby admits he apologised to accuser's mother over alleged assault
Bill Cosby admits he apologised to accuser's mother over alleged assault

According to Dr. Valliere, an array of symptoms ranging from confusion to memory loss to delayed reporting are very common after people are sexually victimized by acquaintances or people familiar to them. If convicted, Cosby faces up to 10 years in prison and a $25,000 fine. On Friday afternoon, the jury heard final excerpts from the comedian...

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  • Alleged Shooter Volunteered During Sen. Sanders Presidential Campaign, Vermont's Delegation Reacts
Alleged Shooter Volunteered During Sen. Sanders Presidential Campaign, Vermont's Delegation Reacts

Law enforcement officials are now processing those devices, the Federal Bureau of Investigation said . James Hodgkinson, 66, disappeared from the downstate community earlier this year , authorities say. "He never expressed himself, at least to me politically", the former mayor said. Hodgkinson volunteered for the presidential campaign of Ber...

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  • Pelosi Says Trump Will
Pelosi Says Trump Will "Self-Impeach"

The Democrat leadership sought to discourage Sherman from forcing the issue. House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi (D-California) urged her party to steer their energy toward issues such as the economy. What we do know is that several previous presidents including George W. Bush reached as low as about 25 percent; that governors sometimes go even l...

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  • Trump orders more cash for apprenticeships
Trump orders more cash for apprenticeships

Khanna called the administration's pledge to boost apprenticeships in the United States from 500,000 to 5 million over the next 10 years an aspirational goal, but he is wary of two hurdles. Labor will provide oversight on the program. Trump is ordering a review of the existing 43 workforce-development programs, which sprawl across 13 federal agen...

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  • US Senate overwhelmingly backs Russian Federation sanctions
US Senate overwhelmingly backs Russian Federation sanctions

The bill seeks to target businesses and financial institutions that have commercial dealings with any entity designated by the USA for playing a role in Iran's ballistic missile program. This new bill would also give sanctions imposed by then president Barack Obama via an executive order the full force of law. The opposition party has long feare...

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