• Flynn subpoenaed by House intelligence committee
Flynn subpoenaed by House intelligence committee

The subpoenas are part of an effort by congressional investigators to obtain testimony, personal documents and business records from Michael Cohen , Michael Flynn , and their business firms. The interview was recorded during Putin's Monday trip to Paris and released Tuesday. Russian President Vladimir Putin has rejected allegations of Moscow's ...

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  • US soldiers killed, 2 wounded in Taliban-claimed attack by Afghan soldier
US soldiers killed, 2 wounded in Taliban-claimed attack by Afghan soldier

Spokesman Zabihullah Mujahid claimed on Twitter that four United States soldiers were killed in the attack. The attack reportedly happened near the ISIS caves, where in April, the US dropped the largest conventional weapon in its arsenal, the so-called, "mother of all bombs".

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  • 1 civilian killed by sniper, 181 others rescued in Marawi
1 civilian killed by sniper, 181 others rescued in Marawi

Father Chito Suganob, who appears alone in the 5-minute video, names some of the other "prisoners of war" with him, including women and children among the 240, and speaks to Duterte directly, warning him that the embattled city of Marawi can not be taken by force.

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  • Sen. John McCain's freakish questioning of Comey
Sen. John McCain's freakish questioning of Comey

John McCain's fuzzy questions during the congressional testimony of former FBI Director James Comey left viewers scratching their heads. Comey expressed concern and claimed that the Clinton campaign resorted to deploying "euphemisms" - such as "matter" - to describe the email investigation.

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  • Conservatives Lose Majority In UK Snap Election
Conservatives Lose Majority In UK Snap Election

The Conservative Party is ruthless with losers. The moves buy May a temporary reprieve. The leader of the DUP confirmed that talks are happening. Discussions were held between May's Conservatives and the DUP over the weekend with a view to the Northern Irish party supporting May's minority government on key votes in parliament.

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  • South Korea will not change THAAD agreement with US- security adviser
South Korea will not change THAAD agreement with US- security adviser

The claim indicates the regime has continued to advance its missile technology since its leader Kim Jong-un said during his annual address on January 1 that the regime was in the final stage of developing ICBM technology. The agreement was reached underly recently impeached former South Korean President Park Geun-Hye. That commitment remains ...

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  • NY Times: Trump Not Planning to Invoke Executive Privilege for Comey Testimony
NY Times: Trump Not Planning to Invoke Executive Privilege for Comey Testimony

Further, Mr. Comey said on May 3 that neither President Trump nor anyone from the White House ever tried to hinder an FBI investigation. "I want him (Comey) to reinforce, one, the fact that the Russians directly intervened in our elections, which everybody accepts except for the president and maybe Vladimir Putin", said Warner.

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  • Iran arrests almost 50 after Tehran attacks
Iran arrests almost 50 after Tehran attacks

At least 12 people were killed when six attackers mounted simultaneous gun and suicide bomb attacks on Iran's Parliament building and the tomb of the republic's revolutionary founder, in one of the most audacious assaults to hit Tehran in decades.

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  • Theresa May's top two aides quit after election criticism
Theresa May's top two aides quit after election criticism

The pair formed part of May's small inner circle and were blamed by many Conservatives for the party's lackluster campaign and unpopular election platform. He also argued that the result was not due to the "absence of support for Theresa May and the Conservatives but an unexpected surge in support for Labour", despite Mrs May losing seats.

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  • Ruth Davidson has urged Theresa May to press DUP on LGBT rights
Ruth Davidson has urged Theresa May to press DUP on LGBT rights

While always striving for the "best deal" for Northern Ireland and its people, she said her party would always have the best interests of the United Kingdom at heart. The move has been slammed as a " coalition of chaos " by Lib Dem leader Tim Farron, who condemned Mrs May for putting her "party before her country".

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  • Theresa May to meet with backbench Tory MPs after election fallout
Theresa May to meet with backbench Tory MPs after election fallout

He acknowledged that the government would be unable to get numerous measures promised in its election platform through Parliament. Scottish Conservative leader Ruth Davidson, who took the party from one Scottish seat to 13, said there would now have to be "consensus within the country about what it means and what we seek to achieve as we leave".

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  • United Kingdom prime minister makes Cabinet appointments
United Kingdom prime minister makes Cabinet appointments

Her main opponent — Labour Party leader Jeremy Corbyn , known for his left-wing views — was stumbling from mishap to mishap, unable even to muster solid support from his party's own lawmakers. Mr Johnson dismissed the reports as "tripe". He said: "I am backing Theresa May . Let's get on with the job". Defence Minister Michael Fallon said Ms M...

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  • It's complicated: Puerto Ricans vote on knotty United States relationship
It's complicated: Puerto Ricans vote on knotty United States relationship

As New York's annual Puerto Rican Day Parade moved along Fifth Avenue, voters on the home island cast ballots overwhelmingly endorsing statehood. Many Puerto Ricans believe the current territorial arrangement is responsible for a massive 10-year economic recession on the island, which has left it with a 12% unemployment rate .

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  • Trump's lawyer will now answer all Russia-related questions, Spicer says
Trump's lawyer will now answer all Russia-related questions, Spicer says

As the nation tries to figure out Trump meant when he tweeted covfefe , White House Press Secretary Sean Spicer claimed that it was code word understood by Trump and a few people. He later added: "It's an ongoing conversation, and that's a fair way to put it". In a statement, Dubke says: "It has been my great honor to serve President Trump a...

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  • Teen Says His Trump Shirt Got Censored in Yearbook
Teen Says His Trump Shirt Got Censored in Yearbook

Grant Berardo said that he wore the shirt because he was too young to vote for Donald Trump in the 2016 election, but he wanted to show his support. The school district does not have a policy against students expressing their political views and "does not condone any censorship", according to the superintendent.

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  • Can still be next British PM: says Labour leader Corbyn
Can still be next British PM: says Labour leader Corbyn

Labour gained 30 seats in the general election to take its total to 262 seats, but the Conservatives remain the largest party in Parliament with 318 seats. DUP leader Arlene Foster said she would meet May on Tuesday while Downing Street said the incumbent premier would "finalize" a deal in the coming week.

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  • 'Sunday Night With Megyn Kelly' Makes A Tepid Debut
'Sunday Night With Megyn Kelly' Makes A Tepid Debut

The remarks were the latest in a series of denials from Moscow that have had little impact so far on a political crisis in the United States over potential links between Russian Federation and Mr Trump's inner circle. Mr Putin said his country had no channels of communication with the campaigns of either Mr Trump or Democratic candidate Hillary Cli...

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  • Philippine lawmakers ask top court to nullify martial law
Philippine lawmakers ask top court to nullify martial law

Christian Monsod, former Comelec chairman and member of the Constitutional Commission that drafted the 1987 Charter. The petitioners of the second petition include by Bishop Emeritus Deogracias Iniguez; Bishop Broderick Pabillo; Bishop Antonio Tobias; former senator Wigberto Tanada; Adelaida Ygrubay, prioress of St.

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  • 5 takeaways from the Tonys, including leave Bette alone
5 takeaways from the Tonys, including leave Bette alone

The acclaimed musical's story is by Steven Levenson, with songs by Benj Pasek and Justin Paul (recent Oscar winners for "City of Stars" from the movie " La La Land "). Spacey, as Clinton, a Democrat, will joke about fake email accounts. Andy Blankenbuehler won his second choreography Tony in as many years - last year for " Hamilton " and this time ...

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  • Three suspects released in Manchester terror probe
Three suspects released in Manchester terror probe

The station closed was closed followi. Investigators have been attempting to piece together Abedi's movements between when he arrived back in Manchester from Libya on 18 May, and the bombing four days later. "With specialist support, we have also had a good understanding of the likely component parts of the bomb and where these came from", Jackso...

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