• Kamala Harris has the mic now, so everybody needs to sit down
Kamala Harris has the mic now, so everybody needs to sit down

He is set to testify hours after Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein appeared in the Senate and said he's seen no basis for firing Robert Mueller , the former FBI director he appointed as special counsel to oversee the Russian Federation investigation.

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  • DUP leader returns to Northern Ireland, talks continue
DUP leader returns to Northern Ireland, talks continue

Later, a Downing Street spokesperson said: "In the first Cabinet meeting since the election, ministers discussed the forthcoming Queen's Speech, including the legislative program required to deliver the best possible Brexit deal for the whole United Kingdom".

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  • Two taken to GW Hospital after Alexandria shooting
Two taken to GW Hospital after Alexandria shooting

He will recover from this assault". "I don't have one and that allows me to just be in more easy contact with my constituents without a barrier between me and the people that I serve", Murphy added . Two individuals involved in a shooting at a baseball field in Alexandria, Va., Wednesday were taken to GW Hospital, The Washington Post reported .

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  • Shooting at San Francisco UPS center
Shooting at San Francisco UPS center

When officers confronted the attacker, Chaplin said, he shot himself in the head. "It was like tat, tat, tat, tat, tat, tat, tat", said Raymond Deng, who lives across the street from the warehouse. Authorities say a shooting at a San Francisco UPS warehouse has killed three people as well as the shooter. "I saw police officers go up from ...

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  • United Kingdom election: May loses might, hangs on as PM
United Kingdom election: May loses might, hangs on as PM

Pundits will say that May lost the election because she performed robotically on the campaign trail , failed to answer journalists' questions with conviction, and refused to debate Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn , who campaigned with more panache than anyone expected.

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  • Fire hits massive London high-rise
Fire hits massive London high-rise

Angus Law, of the BRE Centre for Fire Safety Engineering at the University of Edinburgh, said: "The UK's regulatory framework for tall residential buildings is meant to prevent the spread of fire between floors and between apartments". Crews rescued 65 people, said Steve Apter, the fire brigade's director of safety and assurance. Firefighters in ...

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  • Trump reportedly tells GOP senators that the House healthcare bill is 'mean'
Trump reportedly tells GOP senators that the House healthcare bill is 'mean'

Sen. Rob Portman (R-Ohio), who is pushing the Senate to slow the repeal of Medicaid expansion, indicated Trump is concerned about the people who are enrolled in the program for low-income Americans. "That is what I am saying", Trump said. In fact, a GOP Senate aide told the news site Axios on Monday that no details would be forthcoming until th...

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  • Donald Trump: Comey lied under oath
Donald Trump: Comey lied under oath

In a closed-door hearing that followed his public testimony Thursday, Comey reportedly told members of the Senate Intelligence Committee that the F.B.I. However, Comey testified that Trump pressured him to drop the investigation , a charge of obstruction of justice that would be necessary for special counsel Robert Mueller to investigate.

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  • Trump says '100pc' ready to testify about Comey conversations
Trump says '100pc' ready to testify about Comey conversations

Senate Judiciary Committee Chairman Chuck Grassley (R-Iowa) and several committee members of each party also wrote a letter to Richman, requesting Comey's memos, according to The Hill. The Republican president took to twitter earlier in the day, claiming "total and complete vindication". While Comey said he would welcome the release of tapes , Tru...

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  • President Trump pleased with Sessions testimony
President Trump pleased with Sessions testimony

He vowed to defend his honour "against scurrilous and false allegations". Sessions , a close Trump adviser during the battle for the presidency, said in his opening statement that it was a "detestable and appalling lie" to suggest he was aware of or participated in any collusion between Russian Federation and the Trump campaign.

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  • Suspect in congressional baseball shooting has died
Suspect in congressional baseball shooting has died

The suspect reportedly engaged in a gunfight with police officers, during which he was shot. "We are profoundly grateful for the heroism of the Capitol Police, whose bravery under fire undoubtedly saved countless lives". "Steve is in the leadership so he had protection from Capitol Police". As the No. 3 House Republican, Scalise has a security ...

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  • Tillerson: PA has
Tillerson: PA has "changed policy", will stop paying terrorists' families

The Palestinian Authority, the governing body of the West Bank territories, has always been accused of funneling funds to imprisoned terrorists and their families in salary payments. "They have changed their policy", Tillerson said, referring to the Palestinians. "At least I have been informed they've changed that policy and their intent is to ceas...

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  • Multiple victims from UPS center shooting in San Francisco
Multiple victims from UPS center shooting in San Francisco

A total of two weapons, including another handgun, were recovered from the scene. A motive has not yet been determined. The alleged gunman in this morning's triple homicide at a UPS sorting and distribution center in San Francisco's Potrero Hill neighborhood has been preliminarily identified as UPS employee Jimmy Lam .

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  • Jeff Sessions Evades Kamala Harris' Question During Congressional Testimony
Jeff Sessions Evades Kamala Harris' Question During Congressional Testimony

But for Texas Sen. Sessions won't describe his conversations with President Donald Trump about the firing of FBI Director James Comey . "But even after recusing himself, Sessions recommended that the President fire FBI Director Comey - who was leading the Russian Federation investigation", she continued in a series of tweets....

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  • Nationwide manhunt launched for escaped inmates who killed two GA corrections officers
Nationwide manhunt launched for escaped inmates who killed two GA corrections officers

Authorities had no further signs of the inmates and had no reason to believe they had split up, Sills said. He said the guards were shot on the bus. Ricky Dubose was born in 1993 and was also being held on a single armed robbery conviction from 2014, along with multiple convictions for credit card fraud, financial identity fraud, theft by taki...

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  • Corbyn reshuffle: Owen Smith joins shadow cabinet
Corbyn reshuffle: Owen Smith joins shadow cabinet

Smith resigned as shadow work and pensions secretary in the wake of the European Union referendum last June. Jeremy Corbyn has appointed Lesley Laird as shadow Scottish secretary days after she was elected as MP for Kirkcaldy and Cowdenbeath.

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  • CBS Special Report on Virginia shooting involving members of Congress
CBS Special Report on Virginia shooting involving members of Congress

The official was not authorized to discuss the investigation by name and spoke on condition of anonymity. The five injured include two Capitol Police officers and the gunman, who was shot by police who responded to the scene, Alexandria Police Chief Michael Brown said.

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  • U.S. attorney general Sessions vehemently denies Russian Federation allegations
U.S. attorney general Sessions vehemently denies Russian Federation allegations

Sessions said during questioning by senators that allegations of Trump-Russia collusion outlined in a private intelligence dossier produced by a former British intelligence officer Christopher Steele were false. He would not say that he was ordered out of the room as Comey testified last week . But time and again, Sessions returned to lines s...

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  • UK's Hung Parliament: Europe Worse Nightmare for Never-Ending Brexit Talks
UK's Hung Parliament: Europe Worse Nightmare for Never-Ending Brexit Talks

The session had originally been scheduled for Tuesday, but was brought forward a day so that May could explain the status of her efforts to ally with Northern Ireland's Democratic Unionist Party before any deal is finalized. Britain, they add, could also take a lead in reducing tariffs to lower costs for its businesses. The DUP leader Arlene Fo...

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  • Former UK PM Major 'wary' about planned deal with N.Irish party
Former UK PM Major 'wary' about planned deal with N.Irish party

Q: What is a confidence and supply agreement? May now faces the task of satisfying both the pro-European and eurosceptic factions of her party, keeping Northern Ireland calm and negotiating a divorce with 27 other European Union members whose combined economic might is more than five times that of Britain.

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