• Secret Service: We don't have any Trump White House tapes
Secret Service: We don't have any Trump White House tapes

During nearly three hours of statements Thursday before the Senate Intelligence Committee, Comey described himself as "stunned" by Trump's "very disturbing" and "very concerning" behaviour in several of their meetings. Trump and his spin doctors have faced questions on little else. Asked about when the president is going to talk about the tapes...

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  • US arrests former Panama president sought for extradition
US arrests former Panama president sought for extradition

The U.S. Marshals Serivce told us the specific charges are sealed, but pointed out there are published reports regarding accusations of embezzlement and spying on Panamanian citizens. Panama President Ricardo Martinelli gestures during a news conference at the Presidential Palace in Panama City April 19, 2012. In September 2016, the Central Ame...

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  • Merkel Assumes Britain Stick to Its Plan for Brexit
Merkel Assumes Britain Stick to Its Plan for Brexit

I would have thought that is enough for her to go, actually". The result has demolished May's political authority, and she has also lost her two top aides, sacrificed in a bid to save their leader from being toppled by a furious Conservative Party.

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  • Expert believes motorist was high when shot
Expert believes motorist was high when shot

The Facebook video that Reynolds shot captured the dying Castile insisting that he hadn't been reaching for his handgun. Dusterhoft also asked why Yanez failed to tell the officers who responded to the scene about the presence of a gun in the auto as police typically due to ensure everyone's safety.

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  • Talks about Brexit talks, but no date for real negotiation
Talks about Brexit talks, but no date for real negotiation

A former Conservative rival condemned May on Sunday as a " dead woman walking " as she raced to secure the support following the disastrous elections. As well as her cabinet meeting May must face her own backbenchers in a meeting of the 1922 committee of Conservative MPs. A deal between the government and the Democratic Unionist Party cou...

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  • Sessions to Testify in Public Hearing on Tuesday
Sessions to Testify in Public Hearing on Tuesday

Sessions would appear before it at 2:30 p.m.in an open session. Comey said in testimony before the Senate Intelligence Committee last week. Senator Chuck Schumer has invited U.S. On Saturday, he wrote the chairmen of both committees and said he was sending his deputy attorney general to testify in his place. Whether that hearing will be publi...

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  • Despite loss, May soldiers on
Despite loss, May soldiers on

Britain's typically right-wing press savaged May over the election outcome, questioning whether she will be able to remain in power after a result that leaves her reliant on uniting rival factions within her party to deliver Brexit . UKIP's Tom Commis said he was disappointed the party did not put up more of a showing especially considering they...

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  • Qatar Airways calls on ICAO to declare Gulf boycott 'illegal blockade'
Qatar Airways calls on ICAO to declare Gulf boycott 'illegal blockade'

Saudi Arabia has closed the Qatari peninsula's only land border, threatening imports of both fresh food and raw materials needed to complete a United States dollars 200 billion infrastructure project for the 2022 football World Cup. On Friday Saudi Arabia, Bahrain, the UAE and Egypt tightened their squeeze on Qatar by putting dozens of figures and ...

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  • Theresa May struggles to keep her job after a disastrous snap election
Theresa May struggles to keep her job after a disastrous snap election

British Prime Minister Theresa May's office says the Democratic Unionist Party has agreed principles to support her Conservative minority government. In Kingston and Surbiton, former Chair of the All-Party Parliamentary Group for Tamils, James Berry lost out to the Liberal Democrats with Ed Davey returning to the seat.

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  • PM defiant on Brexit: Plans for leaving the European Union 'have NOT changed'
PM defiant on Brexit: Plans for leaving the European Union 'have NOT changed'

But Ruth Davidson , the pro-EU leader of the Conservatives in Scotland, called on May to "reopen" the government's Brexit plans. The meeting will now be held Monday afternoon instead of Tuesday. An MP at the "22 confirmed the Tories" poorly received social care policy - dubbed the "dementia tax" - looks set to be dropped, while it is thought M...

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  • May's key advisers Fiona Hill and Nick Timothy resign following election
May's key advisers Fiona Hill and Nick Timothy resign following election

Theresa May was attempting to shore up her position in Number 10 by completing her Cabinet after a humiliating showing in the General Election left her authority as Prime Minister weakened. It also failed to notice the surge in Labour support, because modern campaigning techniques require ever-narrower targeting of specific voters, and we were not...

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  • Force India has strong but contentious finish at Canadian GP
Force India has strong but contentious finish at Canadian GP

But Perez refused to move over to allow his team-mate a shot, saying he was pressuring Ricciardo and waiting for him to make a mistake. " When the team asked me to let (Ocon) by, we were going to lap some cars, so I asked them to give me the chance because we had some traffic and that's all I needed, I was always in (Ricciardo's) DRS zone ".

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  • Friend says Trump is considering 'terminating' Mueller
Friend says Trump is considering 'terminating' Mueller

But Kenneth Starr, who investigated the Whitewater and Monica Lewinsky scandals as an independent counsel during the administration of former President Bill Clinton, rallied to Mueller's defense. "I think that's just nonsense". "Because Comey makes so clear that it's the poison fruit of a deliberate manipulation by the Federal Bureau of Investigati...

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  • Tories' general election setback will trigger turmoil over Brexit talks
Tories' general election setback will trigger turmoil over Brexit talks

A defiant Prime Minister Theresa May vowed Friday to form a new government to lead Britain out of the European Union despite losing her majority in a snap general election and facing calls to resign. Meanwhile, Labour, which had been written off by critics as all but unelectable, surged to 262 seats, up 29 from its tally in the 2015 election....

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  • UK police make new arrest over Manchester attack, 11 in custody
UK police make new arrest over Manchester attack, 11 in custody

It is understood that the search did not uncover the suitcase and... A spokesperson for Greater Manchester Police said they were unable to confirm or deny Abedi's contact with the terror group as it was an ongoing investigation. Ten men still remain in custody. "We are very interested in anything people can tell us about the movements of this a...

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  • British PM Theresa May to face Conservative Party questioning over poll setback
British PM Theresa May to face Conservative Party questioning over poll setback

With opinion polls showing the Conservatives with a commanding lead over the opposition Labour Party , May had called an early election in hopes of increasing her majority in Parliament and strengthening her position in negotiations over Britain's exit from the European Union .

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  • United Kingdom rating not immediately affected by election - S&P
United Kingdom rating not immediately affected by election - S&P

The other 27 governments are particularly concerned that a breakdown in negotiations could lead to Britain ceasing to be a member on March 30, 2019, as laid out in Article 50 of the European Union treaty, without negotiating the kind of divorce terms that would avoid a chaotic legal limbo for people and businesses.

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  • Demonstrators stage protests against Theresa May, urging to resign from PM seat
Demonstrators stage protests against Theresa May, urging to resign from PM seat

Voters dealt May a devastating blow in the snap election she had called to strengthen her hand in the Brexit negotiations, wiping out her parliamentary majority and throwing the country into political turmoil. Theresa May had repeatedly said during the election campaign that the Brexit talks would start 11 days after the June 8 vote, using it ...

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  • Gerry Adams: Tories and DUP will be 'coalition for chaos'
Gerry Adams: Tories and DUP will be 'coalition for chaos'

Instead, the election stripped May of her majority and obliterated her political authority. The chaos has weighed on the pound, which has plunged nearly two percent since Thursday, and London's FTSE stock index, which was down 0.2 percent Monday.

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  • Another Federal Appeals Court Says Trump's Travel Ban Should Remain On Hold
Another Federal Appeals Court Says Trump's Travel Ban Should Remain On Hold

The 4th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals called the national security concerns an after-the-fact justification for a policy that was "rooted in religious animus and meant to bar Muslims from this country ". The new version was created to better withstand legal scrutiny and spelled out more of a national security rationale. "The President needs to a...

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