• Trump pushes back as Russian Federation probe heats up — Sunday shows preview
Trump pushes back as Russian Federation probe heats up — Sunday shows preview

Sekulow is expected to offer a full-throated defense of Trump on Sunday and cast doubt on Mueller's ability to lead the special counsel investigation, which has reportedly expanded to include preliminary inquiries into possible obstruction of justice.

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  • Trump calls Comey a 'leaker,' willing to testify under oath
Trump calls Comey a 'leaker,' willing to testify under oath

Mr Comey did not confirm that he believed he was sacked to prevent the investigation, but he said accusations that the FBI was in disarray were "lies, plain and simple". "I would be glad to tell him exactly what I just told you". Trump and his defenders have seized on a portion of Comey's Thursday testimony before the Senate Intelligence Commit...

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  • Pakistan arrests jail officials over escape of 2 militants
Pakistan arrests jail officials over escape of 2 militants

He alleged the two men escaped due to negligence of the jail staff. Naveed said efforts were under way to trace and capture the escapees who were arrested in 2013 over alleged links to terrorism. Munna had been reportedly serving a 14-year-imprisonment. The actual circumstances of the escape are still unclear as the police officials said they wer...

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  • Trudeau rejects call for 5% tax on broadband Internet services
Trudeau rejects call for 5% tax on broadband Internet services

Prime Minister Trudeau said: "Our government believes in equality and equal treatment for all Canadians". Prime Minister Justin Trudeau made the announcement at a rainbow and trans flag-raising ceremony on Parliament Hill on June 14, 2017.

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  • Lead surgeon: USA congressman Scalise showing improvement after being shot
Lead surgeon: USA congressman Scalise showing improvement after being shot

Scott Applewhite, File). House Majority Whip Rep. Steve Scalise was the only congressman injured in the shooting. Hodgkinson was shot by police at the scene of the attack and later died of multiple gunshot wounds to the torso. When the Representative entered MedStar Washington Hospital after a mass shooting at a Congressional baseball pract...

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Sign altered to "Crooked Hillary"

However, the FBI cleared Clinton and recommended no charges in July 2016, and reiterated its position in November after the bureau discovered a new trove of her emails shortly before the presidential election. Meanwhile, a Twitter account representing Hillary Clinton's 2016 presidential campaign trolled Trump for attacking Clinton. Clinton tw...

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  • Putin warns new sanctions will 'complicate' relationship between Russia, US
Putin warns new sanctions will 'complicate' relationship between Russia, US

Earlier Wednesday, Secretary of State Rex Tillerson expressed his opposition to the legislation, saying it would hurt the "flexibility" the administration needs to "maintain a constructive dialogue" with Russian Federation. For the first two years, the president has no discretion. Rouhani is a political moderate who defeated a hard-line opponent. ...

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  • AB De Villiers bowled by Virat Kohli's ability to deal with pressure
AB De Villiers bowled by Virat Kohli's ability to deal with pressure

Although Rohit Sharma, Shikhar Dhawan and Kohli have scored buckets of runs they will treat the Pakistan attack with respect. India captain Virat Kohli and Pakistan captain Sarfraz Ahmed. De Villiers said that Kohli has learned to live with the huge burden of expectation. "If we play to our best and do our basics well, we can beat anybo...

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  • Theresa May is nearly as unpopular as Jeremy Corbyn once was
Theresa May is nearly as unpopular as Jeremy Corbyn once was

Both remain as co-national campaign co-ordinators in anticipation of what Labour believes could be another general election within months. Do they try to argue their way out, or totally change tack? The election campaign they ran was, at its core, negative .

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  • 58 people presumed dead after Grenfell Tower disaster
58 people presumed dead after Grenfell Tower disaster

YouGov asked 5,321 United Kingdom adults on June 16, 2017: "Jeremy Corbyn has called for luxury properties in Kensington that are owned but left empty to be requisitioned and provided as accommodation for Grenfell Tower residents who have been made homeless by the fire".

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  • J&K: Gunshot near CRPF camp in Anantnag triggers panic
J&K: Gunshot near CRPF camp in Anantnag triggers panic

Yesterday, a cordon and search operation was started at the Arwani village after security forces received intelligence inputs about the presence of suspected terrorists in the area. The attack comes a day after six policemen, including an SHO Feroz Dar, were martyred in Achabal town of south Kashmir's Anantnag district. The terrorists, after the ...

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  • James Hodgkinson launched into Trump tirade before shooting
James Hodgkinson launched into Trump tirade before shooting

House Majority Whip Steve Scalise was shot in the hip and suffered other internal injuries. Three others, a GOP congressional aide, a United States capitol police officer and a lobbyist were also injured by gunfire. The charities are the Boys & Girls Club of Greater Washington , Washington Literacy Center, the Washington Nationals Dream Founda...

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  • Rosenstein may need to recuse himself from Russia probe -ABC News
Rosenstein may need to recuse himself from Russia probe -ABC News

Trump tweeted in an apparent reference to Mr. Rosenstein . Earlier, Rosenstein had authored an extensive and publicly-released memorandum recommending former FBI-chief James Comey's firing. "No one can question Rod Rosenstein's credentials", Spicer said. A source close to Trump's legal team tells CGTN "no". What is clear is that he coul...

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  • US Govt agrees on new Sanctions on Russian Federation
US Govt agrees on new Sanctions on Russian Federation

It strengthens existing sanctions targeting Russian energy projects, while imposing new sanctions on those involved in serious human rights abuses, supplying weapons to the Syrian government, carrying out malicious cyber activities and doing business with Russian intelligence and defense.

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  • At emotional Congressional Baseball Game, Texans take the field
At emotional Congressional Baseball Game, Texans take the field

The latest out of Northern Virginia: "The firearms recovered after a gunman opened fire on a Republican congressional baseball practice and injured five people in Alexandria, Virginia, appear to have been purchased legally, the Federal Bureau of Investigation and other authorities said Thursday".

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  • Scalise shooting: Playing congressional baseball game shows needed unity
Scalise shooting: Playing congressional baseball game shows needed unity

Sava said Scalise would need to undergo an additional operation within the next 48 hours and more beyond that. The FBI said it was investigating the shooter's "activities and social media impressions" in the months leading up to the attack.

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  • Donald Trump insists no 'proof' on 'collusion' with Russia in 2016 election
Donald Trump insists no 'proof' on 'collusion' with Russia in 2016 election

President Donald Trump on Friday appeared to suggest a path toward getting rid of special counsel Robert Mueller - by first ousting the man who put Mueller there, Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein . The White House has said the president "has never asked Mr Comey or anyone else to end any investigation, including any investigation inv...

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  • Trump Admits He's Under Investigation, Attacks Deputy AG Rosenstein
Trump Admits He's Under Investigation, Attacks Deputy AG Rosenstein

The Washington Post , citing unidentified officials, reported on Wednesday that special counsel Robert Mueller is investigating the Republican president for possible obstruction of justice. Snowden has been living in Russian Federation since 2013 when it gave him asylum, resisting US pressure to extradite him. Special counsel Robert Mueller ...

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  • British PM Theresa May To Meet Fire Survivors In Downing Street Residence
British PM Theresa May To Meet Fire Survivors In Downing Street Residence

Scores of demonstrators surged towards the building's entrance and scuffles broke out outside as organisers appealed for calm. The local Grenfell Action Grouphad claimed, before and during a major 10-million-pound refurbishment of Grenfell Tower past year, that the block constituted a fire risk and residents had warned that access to the site f...

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  • Brazil football legend Pele to attend Confederations Cup opener
Brazil football legend Pele to attend Confederations Cup opener

Experienced goalkeeper Vladimir Gabulov believes Russian Federation are ready to make their mark in a group that also includes Portugal and Mexico , stating they "are ready to fight". I'd much rather be in our position than Russia's . "Going into a tournament with eight teams, if you're not here to try and win it, what's the point?" We are loo...

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