• Chris Ruddy: President Trump Is Considering Firing Special Counsel Robert Mueller
Chris Ruddy: President Trump Is Considering Firing Special Counsel Robert Mueller

Feinstein has said the Judiciary Committee should investigate, but had asked Grassley to keep the investigations separate. Sen. Lindsey Graham , a South Carolina Republican, disputed that report. Ryan told reporters Tuesday: "The best advice would be to let Robert Mueller do his job". I know the folks who wrote that. "I have confidence in Bo...

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  • Special counsel reviewing whether Trump obstructed justice
Special counsel reviewing whether Trump obstructed justice

The Washington Post reported Wednesday that Robert Mueller's investigation into the election has now widened to include the president . Investigators have also been looking for any evidence of possible financial crimes among Trump associates, officials said .

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  • Rosenstein says he's seen no good cause to fire counsel
Rosenstein says he's seen no good cause to fire counsel

According to the Post , Director of National Intelligence Daniel Coats, Director of National Security Agency Mike Rogers, and Rogers' former deputy Richard Ledgett agreed to be interviewed by Mueller's team. Comey's leadership in the wake of the Clinton email investigation". Attorney General Jeff Sessions denied Tuesday having an undisclosed...

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  • UK PM to probe London fire cause, 12 dead
UK PM to probe London fire cause, 12 dead

He told the BBC: "I watched one person falling out, I watched another woman holding her baby out the window... hearing screams, I was yelling everyone to get down and they were saying "We can't leave our apartments, the smoke is too bad on the corridors".

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  • Rep. Chuck Fleischmann discusses mayhem at Congressional baseball practice
Rep. Chuck Fleischmann discusses mayhem at Congressional baseball practice

The exact number of people shot is unclear, but they were transported to hospitals, police said . Witnesses say he dragged himself across the field, leaving a trail of blood as he and the others tried to take cover. The president praised Scalise as "a very good friend" and "a patriot", telling the legislator he had "not just the prayers of the ent...

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  • Sessions agrees to appear before Senate committee
Sessions agrees to appear before Senate committee

During his January confirmation hearing he failed to disclose meetings he held with Russian officials. Senate Democrats have raised questions about whether the men met at an April 2016 foreign policy event at the Mayflower Hotel in Washington .

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  • Donald Trump under investigation for possible obstruction of justice
Donald Trump under investigation for possible obstruction of justice

Investigators have also been looking for proof of possible financial crimes committed by Trump associates, officials told The Post . The paper says that Mr Mueller could interview key figures about possible obstruction by the President as early as next week.

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  • Shivraj Singh ends his indefinite fast
Shivraj Singh ends his indefinite fast

Scindia, MP from Guna constituency of Madhya Pradesh will protest against the "anti-farmer policies" of the BJP government in the state. Curfew was on Saturday lifted from Mandsaur city as the district, the epicentre of the farmers' agitation in the central Indian state of Madhya Pradesh, remained peaceful though the restrictions on assembly wo...

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  • FBI's Mueller reportedly seeking interviews with intelligence officials, pointing to Trump probe
FBI's Mueller reportedly seeking interviews with intelligence officials, pointing to Trump probe

It is the most significant sign that Mueller's investigation is extending beyond questions of Russian interference in the 2016 election. "A former senior official said Mr. Republicans in Congress are also shaking off the notion that Trump could fire Mueller. But Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein, who appointed Mueller last month , ...

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  • Shooter at Baseball Practice in Virginia Identified as James Hodkinson
Shooter at Baseball Practice in Virginia Identified as James Hodkinson

The gunman who shot a top GOP congressman and several other people Wednesday at a baseball practice outside the nation's capital had a long history of lashing out at Republicans and recently frightened a neighbor by firing a rifle into a field behind his IL home.

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  • At least 12 people now confirmed dead in Grenfell Tower fire
At least 12 people now confirmed dead in Grenfell Tower fire

The fire at Grenfell Tower on the Lancaster West Estate in Latimer Road was reported at 01:16 AM (local time) yesterday. Dany Cotton, commissioner for LFB, said earlier there had been a "number of fatalities". "It had completely spread within half an hour". Michael Long at the Notting Hill Methodist church, just beneath the tower, said: "I don'...

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  • Southern Baptist Convention in uproar over 'alt-right'
Southern Baptist Convention in uproar over 'alt-right'

The rise of the "alt-right" a loose movement comprising white supremacists and provocateurs, has triggered tensions in the Jewish world, as some have publicly embraced the movement, while most have rejected it and reviled its Jewish supporters.

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  • Irish parliament elects new prime minister
Irish parliament elects new prime minister

Varadkar assumed leadership of the Fine Gael party in May. "We need to keep working with all parties in Northern Ireland to get a functioning assembly up and running again so we have a full representative position on Brexit coming from Northern Ireland from the assembly", he said last week.

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  • IS Claims It's Taken Bin Laden's Afghan Hideout of Tora Bora
IS Claims It's Taken Bin Laden's Afghan Hideout of Tora Bora

The Islamic State group said its fighters have captured Osama bin Laden's infamous Tora Bora mountain hideout in eastern Afghanistan but the Taliban on Thursday dismissed the claim, saying they were still in control of the cave complex that once housed the former al-Qaida leader.

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  • Police rule out finding blaze survivors in London tower block
Police rule out finding blaze survivors in London tower block

The 24-storey tower is home to between 600 and 800 residents and has one stairway through which people could escape, locals told AFP. "You would also see people holding children out of windows, people dropping them from like the fifth floor".

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  • Ireland's Leo Varadkar takes office as new prime minister
Ireland's Leo Varadkar takes office as new prime minister

The Dublin-born politician's Indian immigrant father and Irish mother were in parliament to watch as the 38-year-old was formally confirmed as Taoiseach . "As our youngest taoiseach , he represents a modern, diverse and inclusive Ireland and speaks for them like no other", Kenny said. Donohoe, 42, will replace Michael Noonan, one of the longest...

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  • United Kingdom inflation overshoots expectations to hit 2.9 per cent in May
United Kingdom inflation overshoots expectations to hit 2.9 per cent in May

Consumer prices in Portugal fell 0.2% in May, slowing the year-on-year rate of inflation to 1.5%, down from 2.0% in April, the National Statistics Institute (INE) announced on Monday. Data released at 9.30am is expected to show that the squeeze continued in May, with headline inflation of 2.7 per cent expected, according to a poll of City econo...

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  • Killed in Mogadishu Restaurant Siege
Killed in Mogadishu Restaurant Siege

The al-Shabab, an al-Qaeda-aligned militant group, was forced out of the capital by African Union troops in 2011 but still controls parts of the countryside and carries out attacks against government, military and civilian targets seemingly at will in Mogadishu and regional towns.

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  • London Tower Fire: Death Toll Rises as Anger Takes Hold
London Tower Fire: Death Toll Rises as Anger Takes Hold

As an investigation into the cause of the fire began, residents reported that fire alarms had not sounded and that they were told to "stay put" in their flats and "put a wet towel down by the door". "To any of the hundreds of families effected by this awful fire at Grenfell Tower Notting Hill today, you are all welcome to come hang out in my restau...

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  • President Trump Under Investigation For Obstruction Of Justice
President Trump Under Investigation For Obstruction Of Justice

It is unclear whether Mueller was interested in returning to that job. "I don't think Newt said that", Graham told reporters. The Washington Post reported Wednesday that Robert Mueller's investigation into the election has now widened to include the president.

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