• Trump Is Using FBI Investigation to Raise Money on Facebook
Trump Is Using FBI Investigation to Raise Money on Facebook

That's it. That's all that Jay Sekulow knows. Sekulow scrambled to respond to questions about the inaccuracy of Trump's tweet that seemed to corroborate a Post report he called inaccurate. While total silence won't work, a more measured public approach may be prudent, Dillon said. But the last time Comey assured Trump of that was Marc...

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  • Kenneth Juster to be US Ambassador to India
Kenneth Juster to be US Ambassador to India

The Indians will welcome him enthusiastically. "While the Post report also said India had endorsed the appointment, sources in New Delhi pushed back, saying the formal stage of "agreement", a diplomatic process in which the host country's assent is sought before announcing the nomination of the envoy, had not been reached yet".

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  • Ending Guessing Game, Trump Admits There Are No Comey Tapes
Ending Guessing Game, Trump Admits There Are No Comey Tapes

Giving his first TV interview since May 13, Trump and, briefly, wife Melania spoke with Fox & Friends' Ainsley Earhardt - the taped interview aired in bits and pieces throughout this morning's show - also spoke about Nancy Pelosi and Robert Mueller , but mostly about Comey.

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  • Over 100 feared buried in China landslide
Over 100 feared buried in China landslide

The county government's website said search and rescue efforts are under way. State broadcaster CCTV said more than 400 rescuers, including police, are involved. The full extent of the landslide is unclear at the moment even as an emergency response "to the first class catastrophic geological disaster" has been put into operation.

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  • Will uphold dignity of Presidency: Kovind
Will uphold dignity of Presidency: Kovind

The regional parties fretting at the bit came around to support Kumar's candidature. With the help of RJD Nitish was able to defeat BJP in 2015 assembly polls, however tensions between the two parties always remained. Alleging that Chandrasekhar Rao had a "clandestine agreement" with Prime Minister Narendra Modi , he claimed the chief minister...

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  • Republican wins pricey $79m Georgia race
Republican wins pricey $79m Georgia race

House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi slammed the Senate GOP's health care bill , calling it "sad, mean, and heartless". Meanwhile, Democrat Joe Cunningham from SC tweeted a campaign promise that he wouldn't vote for Pelosi to lead the Democrats in the House.

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  • May pledges to build Brexit consensus
May pledges to build Brexit consensus

A strong relationship between the United Kingdom and the USA has always been an important part of global relations; if we can not depend on this important alliance, upon whom will the USA call in a time of need? May apologised for the chaotic official response to the fire, telling MPs it was "not good enough".

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  • Record 65.6 million people displaced worldwide, United Nations says
Record 65.6 million people displaced worldwide, United Nations says

The figures, released ahead of World Refugee Day on Tuesday, showed that a full 10.3 million of the world's displaced people fled their homes a year ago alone, including 3.4 million who crossed global borders to become refugees . The year-over-year increase was smaller than in recent years, but more than 10 million people were newly displace...

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  • Brussels: Central Station attacker was Moroccan national, say authorities
Brussels: Central Station attacker was Moroccan national, say authorities

Belgian Prime Minister Charles Michel said that the incident at the station "could have been potentially very risky", adding that security will be stepped up for major public events, such as the Coldplay concert at King Baudouin Stadium later on Wednesday.

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  • Congress hears sinister tale of Russia election meddling
Congress hears sinister tale of Russia election meddling

Special counsel Robert Mueller, conducting an inquiry into possible collusion between the Trump campaign and Russian officials, leaves Capitol Hill on. Special Counsel Robert Mueller, a former FBI director, met on Wednesday with senior Senate Judiciary Committee members to ensure there was no conflict between his investigation of potential collusio...

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  • Gatland wrong to 'apply pressure' on referee, says All Blacks coach
Gatland wrong to 'apply pressure' on referee, says All Blacks coach

Gatland sprang a surprise by naming Peter O'Mahony as captain, replacing Sam Warburton , who goes to the bench. The selections mean that both teams start with 13 from the 15 that started the games against Samoa and the Maori All Blacks last week respectively, the latter a surprisingly comfortably 32-10 win for the Lions .

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  • GOP senators now oppose health bill
GOP senators now oppose health bill

Postman and a half-dozen other demonstrators, some carrying signs, gathered outside the Muskie building to urge Collins to vote down the Senate version of the replacement for the Affordable Care Act that was revealed Thursday after weeks of secret deliberations by Republican senators.

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  • After Vote, Party Leaders Say Perimeter Remains Battleground
After Vote, Party Leaders Say Perimeter Remains Battleground

With 100% of the votes counted, Handel outnumbered Democratic presidential candidate Jon Ossof by five points in the most expensive electoral race in the history of the United States. BENNETT: Like Ryan, Congressman Seth Moulton of MA is also venting about the loss. But the President said the goal of Democrats is obvious right now.

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  • Obama's plan to severely punish Putin for election interference
Obama's plan to severely punish Putin for election interference

On Thursday, Trump claimed in tweets that last year's hacking of the Democratic National Committee (DNC) and other political groups was a "hoax" created by the Democratic Party. Putin and Obama had a notoriously icy relationship that accompanied a steep decline in relations between the U.S. and Russian Federation. This month, Comey testi...

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  • Al Jazeera on the brink of being shut down
Al Jazeera on the brink of being shut down

Demand for Indian produce in Qatar rose from early June after Saudi Arabia , the United Arab Emirates , Egypt , Bahrain and Yemen severed diplomatic ties with Qatar and blocked access to Doha , Qatar's capital, by land, sea, and air, over allegations that Qatar funds terrorism - an accusation that Qatar denies.

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  • Learning From the Georgia Special Congressional Election
Learning From the Georgia Special Congressional Election

Ossoff's loss is the latest in a string of Democratic losses in all three other special congressional elections that have taken place this year. "The Georgia results ought to be a warning shot for Democrats, not a battle cry. "It is possible that he could actually get re-elected if Democrats aren't careful". And Republicans say just narrow...

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  • North Korea Denies Responsibility in Warmbier's Death, Slams Washington
North Korea Denies Responsibility in Warmbier's Death, Slams Washington

In addition to being able to tell America just how "modernized" North Korea has become since his last visit, Rodman says his trip also allowed him to do some good. "Our relevant agencies treat all criminals. thoroughly in accordance with domestic laws and global standards and Warmbier was not an exception", a spokesman for the National Reconciliati...

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  • USA shoots down 'pro-Syrian' drone made by Iran
USA shoots down 'pro-Syrian' drone made by Iran

On June 18, the coalition shot down a Syrian SU-22 fighter-bomber after it attacked SDF positions. Tensions have also flared between U.S. forces and the Syrian regime further north, where the coalition is supporting an alliance of Kurdish and Arab fighters battling to oust IS from the city of Raqa.

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  • Arlene Foster Letter On Same-Sex Marriage Released
Arlene Foster Letter On Same-Sex Marriage Released

Speaking last week, the politician claimed she had no recollection of sending the correspondence to the administration in Edinburgh. Mr Biagi tweeted about the existence of the letter after the United Kingdom general election, amid increased focus in Britain on the DUP's conservative stance on social issues such as gay marriage.

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  • Democrats seethe after Georgia loss:
Democrats seethe after Georgia loss: "Our brand is worse than Trump's"

Right before the moment, CNN's Chief Political Correspondent Dana Bash pointed out that the district was one where Democrats should have been more competitive after Mitt Romney won by double digits and President Donald Trump won it by just over one percentage point.

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