• Congressman Scalise, shot Wednesday, is improving, doctors report
Congressman Scalise, shot Wednesday, is improving, doctors report

Wenstrup said Scalise "was as fearless as he could possibly be". Doctors say House Majority Whip Steve Scalise (skuh-LEES') has a good possibility of recovery after he was at "imminent risk of death" from a gunshot wound to the hip two days ago.

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  • Trump may 'terminate' Russian Federation probe investigator, says president's pal
Trump may 'terminate' Russian Federation probe investigator, says president's pal

Trump has made it clear that he is frustrated by the investigation into Russian interference in the presidential election, which USA intelligence officials have said was done to tilt the outcome in Trump's favor. "And in fact, the chain of command of the special counsel is only directly to the attorney general", Rosenstein told the Senate committee...

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  • Irish, British PMs to meet to talk Brexit, N.Ireland crisis
Irish, British PMs to meet to talk Brexit, N.Ireland crisis

She yesterday set a five-day deadline to complete talks over a confidence and supply deal before presenting her legislative programme on Wednesday. "We remain fully committed to making the institutions work", she said. As a result, Northern Ireland still doesn't have equal marriage - unlike all of its neighbours Scotland , England, Wales and t...

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  • Talks on propping up UK PM May's Conservatives are 'very positive'
Talks on propping up UK PM May's Conservatives are 'very positive'

There is a steady dialogue between the two sides that has never stopped at any point. In the hours immediately after Thursday's embarrassing election setback for the Conservatives, British media reported that finance minister Philip Hammond had told May she needed to put "jobs first" in any new deal with Brussels.

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  • British PM to meet fire survivors in Downing St
British PM to meet fire survivors in Downing St

Emergency workers have reached the top of the 24-story tower. He says "my heart goes out to those affected". Residents believe this is one of the reasons their prior concerns were often overlooked. Whole families are said to be among the missing, including Bassem Choukeir, his wife Nadia, her mother Sariyya and the couple's three daughters Mirna, F...

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  • Trump lashes out over probe
Trump lashes out over probe

Christopher Ruddy, a friend of the president's , on Monday first said that Trump had been "weighing" whether to fire Mueller, who was appointed by Rosenstein after Trump fired Federal Bureau of Investigation director James Comey in May. Republican senators on Thursday had urged Trump not to fire Mueller or disrupt the special counsel probe. Tr...

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  • Britain, don't waste time warns EU Brexit chief
Britain, don't waste time warns EU Brexit chief

But she added that talks had also addressed "doing what's right for Northern Ireland, in respect of economic matters". The Northern Ireland-based party is being courted by May to create an alliance to push through the Conservative Party's agenda after a disastrous snap election left May short of a majority in Parliament.

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  • Time Running Out To Reach Northern Power Sharing Agreement
Time Running Out To Reach Northern Power Sharing Agreement

May said late on Wednesday that the talks were continuing, but that a fire that devastated a 24-storey tower block in London , killing at least 12 people, had taken priority. And Ulster Unionist Party leader Robin Swann said the Prime Minister had assured him that the "entire deal will be made public". "We need to hope for the best but prepare for...

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  • Watergate saga should tell Trump firing Mueller won't help him
Watergate saga should tell Trump firing Mueller won't help him

As he has already said earlier in the day, Rosenstein is not involved in the investigation and does not know any details regarding what's going on. Sessions previously recused himself from any involvement in the Russian Federation investigation due to his role as a prominent campaign adviser and surrogate.

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  • Hosts Russia see off New Zealand in Confederations Cup opener
Hosts Russia see off New Zealand in Confederations Cup opener

This is the 10th confederations cup , and just like numerous previous tournaments, it is being held in the country that will host the World Cup the following year, Russia . "It goes without saying that he's a great player". The draw for the FIFA Confederations Cup 2017 took place in Kazan on November 26, 2016, the identity of the Africa...

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  • Gulf Crisis: Al-Jazeera Twitter account temporarily 'suspended'
Gulf Crisis: Al-Jazeera Twitter account temporarily 'suspended'

Al Jazeera's Arabic Twitter account was suspended as the result of what the Qatari news organization said was an "organized campaign". "The main Al-Jazeera Twitter account has been suspended, and work is ongoing to solve the problem", Yasser Abuhilalah , managing director of Al-Jazeera Arabic, tweeted.

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  • USA lawmaker Scalise improving after baseball field shooting
USA lawmaker Scalise improving after baseball field shooting

Scalise, 51, sustained injuries to internal organs, broken bones and severe bleeding after being shot in his left hip on Wednesday morning on a baseball field in a Washington suburb. "It's quite common that we don't remove bullets and fragments, and that's the case here, as well". "And because of him and the tremendous pain and suffering he's now...

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  • Theresa May finally says she will visit victims of Grenfill Tower fire
Theresa May finally says she will visit victims of Grenfill Tower fire

The disaster has prompted an outpouring of generosity, with shocked Londoners donating so many clothes, shoes and bedsheets that volunteers were soon overwhelmed. Hundreds more remain unaccounted for. Kensington and Chelsea Council has said every survivor of the tragedy has been found temporary accommodation.

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  • Congressional Charity Baseball Game Final
Congressional Charity Baseball Game Final

The Capitol Police Memorial Fund was added as one of the charities that will benefit from the event, the game announced. Sue Hodgkinson spoke to reporters Thursday outsider her IL home. Republicans and Democrats have swapped political insults for friendly rivalry at their annual congressional baseball game in honour of House of Representatives p...

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  • Rosenstein says he'd need 'good cause' to fire Mueller
Rosenstein says he'd need 'good cause' to fire Mueller

That, to me, is the smartest thing to do, the best thing to do, and that's what I think hopefully will happen. The top Democrat on the House Intelligence Committee, Adam Schiff, warned on Twitter that "If President fired Bob Mueller, Congress would immediately re-establish independent counsel and appoint Bob Mueller".

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  • Donald Trump 'yells at TVs in the White House' about Russian Federation investigation
Donald Trump 'yells at TVs in the White House' about Russian Federation investigation

WASHINGTON, D.C.: President Donald Trump responded angrily to reports that he is under criminal investigation Thursday, deriding a "witch hunt" against him led by some "very bad" people. US employers pulled back on hiring in May by adding only 138,000 jobs, though the gains were enough to help nudge the unemployment rate down to a 16 year-low.

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  • Blumenthal: 'There Will Be a Firestorm' If Trump Fires Mueller
Blumenthal: 'There Will Be a Firestorm' If Trump Fires Mueller

He told Woodruff he thinks firing Mueller "would be a very significant mistake, even though I don't think there's a justification. for a special counsel". "With respect to this subject, only the president or his attorneys are authorized to comment", he continued. "I think he's weighing that option", he said referring to Trump.

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  • British PM May tries to quell public anger after deadly London fire
British PM May tries to quell public anger after deadly London fire

The protestors chanted "we want justice" as a year prior they have informed the landlord, KCTMO Cabot the building which was death-trap. Told there was a need for the public to hear her say something had gone badly wrong and the Government accepted responsibility, Mrs May said: "Something bad has happened".

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  • British election deal puts Irish peace at risk
British election deal puts Irish peace at risk

Downing Street has warned that direct rule from London could be imposed if no solution is found before ta June 29 deadline. Before her visit, Sinn Fein's leader at Stormont Michelle O'Neill said: "I will be making it very clear that any deal between the Tories and the DUP can not be allowed to undermine the Good Friday and subsequent agreements"...

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  • Donald Trump says no one has any proof on Russia
Donald Trump says no one has any proof on Russia

Trump said a few days later that the Russian Federation investigation was on his mind. Citing officials familiar with the move, the Post notes how the widening of the federal probe to include the president's conduct "marks a major turning point in the almost year-old FBI investigation, which until recently focused on Russian meddling during...

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