• The criminal investigation of Trump puts his presidency in peril
The criminal investigation of Trump puts his presidency in peril

Robert S. Mueller III is the special counsel leading the obstruction of justice case, and has asked for interviews with three senior intelligence officials in an effort to get their sides of the story. "The FBI leak of information regarding the president is outrageous, inexcusable and illegal", Mark Corallo, spokesman for attorney Marc Kasowitz, ...

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  • Trump Says No Proof Of Collusion With Russians
Trump Says No Proof Of Collusion With Russians

Is President Donald Trump trying to fire Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein without actually firing him? The Post , this week, reported that Robert Mueller , who is overseeing the FBI's probe into Russia's meddling in last year's U.S.

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  • 10 still in critical condition after London fire
10 still in critical condition after London fire

Pressed by Emily Maitlis on Newsnight about her personal response to the disaster, the prime minister reverted back to talking about government action in the days following the fire. More than 3 million pounds ($3.8 million) have been raised for the victims, and the British government has announced a 5 million-pound ($6.3 million) emergency fund.

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  • Baseball Practice Shooter Legally Purchased Guns, Police Say
Baseball Practice Shooter Legally Purchased Guns, Police Say

President Donald Trump says GOP Congressman Steve Scalise "took a bullet for all of us". In the course of Thursday night's charity game, which drew a record attendance to Nationals Park, MedStar hospital issued a new update on Scalise's condition, saying that the lawmaker "remains in critical condition, but has improved in the last 24 hours...

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  • Death toll rises to 30 after massive London apartment fire
Death toll rises to 30 after massive London apartment fire

Police have confirmed that at least 30 people were killed in the fire , and the death toll might increase. Families of the victims and residents of Grenfell said they were furious that the local government had for years ignored their complaints about the building's lack of measures in case of fire and had not adequately attended to survivors ...

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  • DUP deputy leader says no deadline for talks with Conservatives
DUP deputy leader says no deadline for talks with Conservatives

Talks aimed at getting the institutions back up and running are taking place in London on Thursday. "I think it is all very doable". May's government has said its Brexit plans remain the same, and will be pressing for close economic ties but a clear break with the bloc to be able to control immigration and restore sovereignty over British laws...

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  • Theresa May to meet Sinn Fein at No 10
Theresa May to meet Sinn Fein at No 10

The Orange Lodge of Portadown, a fraternal order of anti-Catholics that counts among its members David Simpson, one of the DUP's 10 members of Parliament, issued a statement over the weekend calling on the party to use its leverage with the prime minister to get her to permit its annual parade to once again pass through Catholic areas.

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  • Wright in Russia for Confederations Cup
Wright in Russia for Confederations Cup

Germany is the top-ranked team in the eight-nation Confederations Cup , at No. 3, but it came to Russian Federation with a second-string squad that has only three players from the team that won the 2014 World Cup in Brazil . "In our case, tickets for matches involving Team Russia are in the highest demand". Down-under spirit: While the dec...

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  • United States congressman Scalise still in critical condition: Hospital
United States congressman Scalise still in critical condition: Hospital

Speaker Paul Ryan of Wis., left, Senate Minority Leader Chuck Schumer of N.Y., House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi of Calif., and Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell of Ky., applaud a message by President Donald Trump on the. Although Scalise was able to talk on the ballfield, by the time he was transported by helicopter to the hospital, he was i...

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  • Anger erupts in London as Grenfell protesters take to the streets
Anger erupts in London as Grenfell protesters take to the streets

According to the report, May's attempt to reduce protests against her administration after the tragic fire accident met in vain, as she was greeted by angry crowds shouting "coward" after the meeting with the survivors. According to the Times of London , the cladding's manufacturer said its use is banned in the U.S. on high-rise buildings "beca...

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  • New opposition to Trump's United Kingdom visit
New opposition to Trump's United Kingdom visit

Trump Jr. continued defending his father and noted that every time media criticizes the president, their comments are proven to be wrong. The mayor backed the call Monday, saying Trump is wrong about " many things". Now, Khan himself is calling for a public retaliation against Trump. Liberal Democrat leader Tim Farron, meanwhile, backed Khan's...

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  • Queen, Prince Visit Volunteers Helping with London Fire Aftermath
Queen, Prince Visit Volunteers Helping with London Fire Aftermath

Mohamad Alhajani, a 23-year-old Syrian refugee, was named as the first victim of the fire , and 24-year-old local artist Khadija Saye has also been named as a victim. Theresa May's most senior minister has said critics of her handling of the Grenfell Tower tragedy are being "terribly unfair". Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn also arrived at the s...

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  • Friend says Trump is considering 'terminating' special counsel Robert Mueller
Friend says Trump is considering 'terminating' special counsel Robert Mueller

Under Department of Justice rules, it is actually up to the deputy attorney general to make that call , though the president could bypass that protocol. Collins' question wasn't the only time the Mueller investigation came up during Rosenstein's hearing on Capitol Hill. "I mean, these are people who are going to be after [President Donald] Tru...

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  • London High-Rise Fire: UK opens criminal probe, death toll 30
London High-Rise Fire: UK opens criminal probe, death toll 30

Kensington and Chelsea Town Hall became another flashpoint on Friday with protesters storming the building, accusing authorities of ignoring them and of forcing low-income families to live in sub-standard housing. Kate Taylor, who lives about 3 miles from the tower, said she joined the protest to show solidarity with the victims, and said she agree...

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  • Trump rolls back some, not all, changes in US-Cuba relations
Trump rolls back some, not all, changes in US-Cuba relations

But he did tighten rules for Americans traveling to Cuba, ban ties with a military-run tourism firm and reaffirm the existing U.S. trade embargo which will be firmly enforced. Those in favor of normalized US relations with Cuba, along with supporters of Shakur, didn't take Trump's policy changes and remarks lightly. But in his address, he chose...

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  • Trump announces changes to Obama-era Cuba policy
Trump announces changes to Obama-era Cuba policy

Tom Emmer, R-Minn., said Trump's policy was "misguided" and will hurt the U.S. economically. President Donald Trump has demanded that Cuba return a woman convicted in the murder of a New Jersey state trooper. The U.S. Office of Foreign Assets Control, which implements these policies, has also not yet announced how it will respond to the cha...

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  • Mike Pence checks on Steve Scalise in DC hospital after Virginia shooting
Mike Pence checks on Steve Scalise in DC hospital after Virginia shooting

Richmond, who plays for the Democratic team, said he had visited the hospital twice and planned to go again before Thursday night's game at Nationals Park. Speaking on the House floor, Rep. Glenn Thompson, R-Pa., issued a call to "replace the hateful rhetoric and resistance with respect". She noted that she has received numerous threats herself ove...

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  • Trump to announce curbs on business with Cuban military
Trump to announce curbs on business with Cuban military

The Cuban government has rejected the newly-announced U.S. policy towards the country and said that any attempt to change the political system on the island would be "destined to fail". Craig Spence, secretary general of the International Council of Aircraft Owner and Pilot Associations, explained that the restrictions will not go into effect until...

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  • Ariana Grande's 'One Love Manchester' Raises $2.6 Million
Ariana Grande's 'One Love Manchester' Raises $2.6 Million

The concert also came one day after an attack at London Bridge killed seven and injured 48 . And at the time of writing, the whopping sum has already been raised through ticket sales, merchandise, and other donations, with over £2 million alone coming from text message donations from within the United Kingdom during the three hours that the co...

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  • London tower cladding not graded fire-resistant
London tower cladding not graded fire-resistant

William said the tragedy was "one of the most awful things I have ever seen" during the visit to the Westway Sports Centre, near the charred remains of the high-rise building in west London . "We need to have an explanation for this", she said. She declined to speak to anyone outside the meeting where an angry crowd had gathered and police broke...

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