• Nearly 20 Million Viewers Tune Into James Comey Testimony
Nearly 20 Million Viewers Tune Into James Comey Testimony

Trump wrote earlier on Friday on Twitter that the former FBI head had vindicated him by telling the Senate Intelligence Committee that the president had not been personally under investigation in the Russian Federation probe. Former FBI director James Comey . Can you tell us about those? However, Comey's earnest, boy scout performance will g...

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  • Trump Says Comey Testimony Proved 'No Collusion, No Obstruction'
Trump Says Comey Testimony Proved 'No Collusion, No Obstruction'

In his testimony to the Senate Intelligence Committee , Comey said he believes Trump fired him over the Russian Federation probe, and he accused the White House of lying about the details of the dismissal. Trump didn't answer a question Friday about whether he had recorded his conversations with Comey. During the press conference at the Wh...

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  • Theresa May's Gamble Crashes Conservative Party
Theresa May's Gamble Crashes Conservative Party

It was not so much that the Conservatives did miserably - just 1,688 strategically-cast votes could have won them the 326-seat majority they needed. However, she struggled to gain positive traction in the polls after performing poorly in interviews and refusing to participate in televised debates with the other party's leaders.

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  • Erdogan: Qatar Crisis 'Inhumane', Saudi King Should 'Resolve Issue'
Erdogan: Qatar Crisis 'Inhumane', Saudi King Should 'Resolve Issue'

Trump's push to crackdown on this type of behavior-not just in Qatar-is said to have fueled the diplomatic break with Qatar earlier this month, which saw several leading Arab nations led by Saudi Arabia ceasing all diplomatic ties with the energy-rich nation.

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  • 'We are not winning in Afghanistan': Defense Secretary Mattis
'We are not winning in Afghanistan': Defense Secretary Mattis

He then continued to pile on, observing that Congress has "sidelined itself from its active constitutional oversight role". "Congress and the Department could not anticipate the accumulated wear and tear of years of continuous combat use". Trump's budget is going nowhere without some compromise over domestic programs and taxes. HASC Tactical Air ...

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  • May in trouble as aides resign
May in trouble as aides resign

She also promised to deliver the changes she set out after the two recent terrorist attacks in Manchester and London , giving police more powers and tackling radicalisation. Students and staff at the institution, which bills itself as "the U.K.'s European university" because of its diverse population, also were anxious about how May was going to...

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  • BJP government in Gujarat distributes school bags with Akhilesh Yadav's photo
BJP government in Gujarat distributes school bags with Akhilesh Yadav's photo

In any case, when children peeled it off, they found another sticker underneath it - one that was extremely surprising. In an embarrassing gaffe, the Gujarat government's education department distributed thousands of school bags bearing former U.P.

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  • Caught on Camera: Municipal Council worker in Karnataka kicks woman employee, arrested
Caught on Camera: Municipal Council worker in Karnataka kicks woman employee, arrested

The incident took place at the Sindhanur City Municipal Council (SCMC) when Nasreena was observing fast on account of the holy Ramadan. However, CCTV footage shows him emerge from behind his desk, approach the seating area of Nasreen and kick her, even as she tries to move away and avoid him.

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  • President Trump says Lynch's action on Clinton inquiry 'totally illegal'
President Trump says Lynch's action on Clinton inquiry 'totally illegal'

If Mrs. Lynch , Attorney General Lynch, made law enforcement decisions for political purposes, that's called misconduct in office. Former FBI Director James Comey testified before the Senate Select Committee on Intelligence last week that Lynch pressured him to downplay the investigation into Clinton.

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  • 28 students from Kashmir Super 30 make to IITs, NITs
28 students from Kashmir Super 30 make to IITs, NITs

He said Kashmir has the best talents. Rawat has so far been backed by the central government. But on Tuesday, Rawat tried to show his softer side. This year, 28 students cleared the mains exam, of which nine students cleared the Advanced exams. "I think it is a great result since the institute is only three year old", he said.

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  • What you need to know about confidence and supply deals
What you need to know about confidence and supply deals

May's arrival in the French capital comes three days after Macron's La Republique En Marche party was projected to claim a huge majority in the country's parliamentary election. "It doesn't look like a strong government, it doesn't look like a stable government, it doesn't look like a government that does have any program whatsoever", said Corbyn.

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  • Tillerson: North Korea Releases US Citizen Otto Warmbier
Tillerson: North Korea Releases US Citizen Otto Warmbier

They also said they are grateful he "will finally be with people who love him". Sen. Rob Portman of OH said in a statement that Tillerson had confirmed to him Warmbier's release. Hes made several visits to the country, but has been roundly criticized for insensitive comments and for regaling Kim with “Happy Birthday” in 2014 .

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  • Fresh questions for Sessions - and he'll answer in public
Fresh questions for Sessions - and he'll answer in public

There are lots of questions for Sessions. Sessions is likely to be asked about his conversations with Ambassador Sergey Kislyak and whether there were more encounters that should have been made public. There had been some question as to whether the hearing would be open to the public, but the Justice Department said Monday he requested it be so...

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  • Trump says travel ban ruling comes at 'dangerous time'
Trump says travel ban ruling comes at 'dangerous time'

He says "these are very unsafe times" and the USA needs "every available tool at our disposal to prevent terrorists from entering the United States and committing acts of bloodshed and violence". But the 9th Circuit sidestepped that question, saying they didn't need to answer it because the legality of the travel ban could be decided on narrower gr...

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  • Suspected N.Korea drone photographed US missile defence site
Suspected N.Korea drone photographed US missile defence site

Suh Choo-suk, who took office last Wednesday, is a member of the inter-agency task force to follow up President Moon Jae-in's call for a review of "domestic procedures" associated with the deployment of THAAD at a former golf course in Seongju, North Gyeongsang Province, some 300 kilometers southeast of Seoul.

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  • Brexit voters see 'total mess' in muddled poll outcome
Brexit voters see 'total mess' in muddled poll outcome

Indeed, Northern Ireland might save May's Conservatives in another way if the republican party Sinn Fein follows party policy by not taking up their seven seats. Sterling plunged against the dollar and the euro on Friday as the election result created even more uncertainty over the whole Brexit process. If May (or her successor from within the part...

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  • Attorney General Jeff Sessions to face sharp questions on Trump, Russia, Comey
Attorney General Jeff Sessions to face sharp questions on Trump, Russia, Comey

After the February meeting, Comey said he "took the opportunity to implore the attorney general to prevent any future direct communication between the President and me". Sessions told Trump he was "honored" to be able to serve him. Here's a look at five questions that members likely want to ask Sessions as he both defends himself and potentia...

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  • Former NBA player Dennis Rodman arrives in North Korea
Former NBA player Dennis Rodman arrives in North Korea

The basketball star told reporters at Beijing airport he is "trying to open a door" with North Korea and believes Trump would support the trip. It was unclear whether Rodman would meet Kim this visit. There was wide speculation he was nabbed primarily because North Korea wanted another American hostage. It is not clear whether Rodman, who o...

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  • Poll 'mess': British PM May apologises
Poll 'mess': British PM May apologises

The maintenance of a "frictionless" border between Northern Ireland and the Republic of Ireland is a must, but the party also does not want to see customs controls moved across the Irish Sea as a effect. And the pressure on Mrs May has increased even further after the Government admitted the Queen's Speech could be delayed . "Running a count...

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  • Rosenstein Says He Won't Fire Special Counsel Unless There's Good Cause
Rosenstein Says He Won't Fire Special Counsel Unless There's Good Cause

However, the White House spokesman Sean Spicer said that Ruddy "never spoke with President regarding this issue". Newsmax Media Chief Executive Officer Christopher Ruddy made the comments on the eve of testimony at the Senate Intelligence Committee by US Attorney General Jeff Sessions over the Trump-Russia probe.

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