• 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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  • Turkey, Saudi Arabia to mull Qatar crisis
Turkey, Saudi Arabia to mull Qatar crisis

Quoting an unnamed official, the statement said: " Saudi Arabia can not allow Turkey to establish military bases on its territories", before adding that Saudi armed forces were participating overseas, including from Turkey's Incirlik base, "in the fight against terrorism and protecting security and stability in the region".

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  • Ingraham Slams Reports That Trump Might Fire Mueller
Ingraham Slams Reports That Trump Might Fire Mueller

NPR reported last week that Mueller had been on the White House shortlist to succeed Comey as Federal Bureau of Investigation director before the Justice Department named him as special counsel. "His reputation is impeccable for honesty and integrity". "These investigations are important", Ryan said. And as Ruddy disclosed, he never said that...

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  • Who can fire special counsel Robert Mueller?
Who can fire special counsel Robert Mueller?

Under the regulation Special Counsel , Mueller can only be fired for good cause, and I am required to put that in writing. An order from the president would not necessarily qualify, he said . As attorney general, Sessions is unlikely to answer in detail questions about conversations he's had with Trump . Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosens...

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  • Southern Baptists Condemn Alt-Right Movement At National Conference
Southern Baptists Condemn Alt-Right Movement At National Conference

The alt-right is a set of far-right ideologies centered on "white identity" and the preservation of "Western civilization" now being energized by the election of President Donald Trump . The Southern Baptists voted to officially rebuke the radical right at their annual convention in Pheonix, Arizona this week. Duke on Wednesday apologized pers...

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  • College Magazine In Kerala Shows Controversial Sketch, 13 Booked
College Magazine In Kerala Shows Controversial Sketch, 13 Booked

The magazine was brought out as part of the 125-year celebrations of the college. The youth wing of the BJP, the Akhil Bharatiya Vidhyrathi Parishad said that the portrayal of national symbols along with sexuality attracts treason. "The caricatures in the magazine including the cover page which shows a man with pellet wounds on his head is a refl...

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  • Search goes on for seven United States sailors after collision off Japan
Search goes on for seven United States sailors after collision off Japan

The 29,060-ton ship, four times the size of the destroyer, is Philippine-flagged and all the crew are Filipinos. The two ships collided around 1:30 a.m. It said the full extent of damage to the ship and injuries to its crew were still being determined. Footage from Japanese broadcaster NHK showed significant damage to the Fitzgerald's side, and...

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  • President Trump: Scalise
President Trump: Scalise "In Some Trouble". Praying For Victims

Police shot Hodgkinson , who later died. In the history of the contest, Republicans and Democrats each have won 39 games with one tie. Bailey received hugs from Major League Baseball executive Joe Torre and Roberto Clemente Jr., the son of the baseball Hall of Famer, after throwing out the pitch.

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  • Protests after police officer acquitted over fatal shooting of Philando Castile
Protests after police officer acquitted over fatal shooting of Philando Castile

January 4: Ramsey County District Court Judge William Leary III, who is white, is assigned to preside over Yanez's manslaughter trial. The mostly-white jury deliberated for some 29 hours over the course of five days this week before reaching the not guilty verdict.

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  • United States official can't confirm al-Baghdadi killin
United States official can't confirm al-Baghdadi killin

Russian Su-34 aircraft and an Su-35 multirole fighter carried out airstrikes near the Islamic State (IS, formerly ISIS/ISIL) stronghold of Raqqa in northern Syria on May 28, the ministry said. A character shrouded in mystery, Baghdadi's real name may be Ibrahim Awwad Ibrahim al-Badri, and he may have been born in 1971 in Samarra, an ancient Ir...

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  • PM Narendra Modi to visit Portugal and the Netherlands in June
PM Narendra Modi to visit Portugal and the Netherlands in June

External Affairs Ministry spokesperson Gopal Baglay said PM Modi would visit Portugal on June 24, the USA on June 25 and 26, and the Netherlands on June 27. "We want answers and also how the Prime Minister responds and registers our protest over the disparaging observations made about the Republic of India recently when the U.S.

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  • Trump considering firing Mueller as special counsel on Russian Federation probe
Trump considering firing Mueller as special counsel on Russian Federation probe

The White House has directed questions to outside legal counsel, which has not responded. "He had a private conversation with the President on his views about all sorts of matters potentially about the investigation", Ruddy said. "That's Bob Mueller's job to sort that out". Just weeks ago, Mr Gingrich heaped praise on Mr Mueller, hailing hi...

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  • Germany expects no delay in Brexit negotiations
Germany expects no delay in Brexit negotiations

The negotiations with the DUP revolve around support from the party on a vote-by-vote basis in parliament, rather than a formal coalition government. London's neutrality is key to the delicate balance of power in Northern Ireland, which was once plagued by violence over Britain's control of the province.

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  • Theresa May tells NI parties she will publish DUP deal
Theresa May tells NI parties she will publish DUP deal

The unprecedented negotiations at the Commission's offices come nearly exactly a year after Britons voted last June 23 to leave the EU. Nearly a year after Britain voted to leave its biggest market, the talks come amid signs the U.K.is softening its approach to the split and adopting a more conciliatory tone.

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  • Everything you need to know about the Grenfell Tower fire protest
Everything you need to know about the Grenfell Tower fire protest

He told another volunteer: "That's one of the most awful things I have ever seen". "Early media reports suggest that this event has similarities with other fires that have occurred recently around the world", Angus Law, a professor at the Center for Fire Safety Engineering at the University of Edinburgh, told The Telegraph .

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  • NC, Congress stage protest outside assembly against 'state terrorism'
NC, Congress stage protest outside assembly against 'state terrorism'

Srinagar (Jammu and Kashmir), June 17 (ANI): The National Conference (NC) leaders protested against the prevailing situation in the Kashmir Valley in the state assembly session on Saturday morning. Pertinently the business community of Kashmir valley is observing a complete shutdown against the government decision to implement GST. Speaker Kavin...

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