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Senate Intelligence Committee Subpoenas Michael Flynn for Russia-Related Documents

Senate Intelligence Committee Subpoenas Michael Flynn for Russia-Related Documents

The committee had announced it was prepared to use subpoena power when it first began the bipartisan probe in January. It is the first subpoena the committee has announced in the course of its Russian...

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Here are the most popular baby names in the US

Here are the most popular baby names in the US

The Social Security Administration started compiling name rankings in 1997, and have popularity lists that date back to 1880, utilizing the records of each child's Social Security card petition for th...

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Senate Panel Seeks Flynn Documents In Russia Probe

Senate Panel Seeks Flynn Documents In Russia Probe

On Monday, former acting Attorney General Sally Yates gave her long-awaited testimony to the Senate. Yates testified that she was concerned the Russians could use the discrepancy to blackmail Flyn...

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Tillerson arrives in Alaska for Arctic meeting

Secretary of State Rex Tillerson in Fairbanks, Alaska, May 10, 2017. The document, known as the Fairbanks Declaration , concluded Tillerson's chairing of a meeting of the Arctic Council, a board ma...

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Russian photographer may have breached Oval Office security

Russian photographer may have breached Oval Office security

The chummy photos amazed some observers, particularly coming a day after the president fired FBI director James Comey, who had been running the investigation into whether the Trump campaign co-ordinat...

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Texas Police Fire Officer Who Shot 15-Year-Old Jordan Edwards

After originally reporting the vehicle had been aggressively driving toward officers, Balch Springs' police chief said video footage showed the teenagers were driving away when Oliver opened fire...

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U.S. intelligence chiefs say reviewing use of Kaspersky software

Marco Rubio, the heads of the NSA, CIA, FBI and DIA one-by-one told a hearing of the Senate Intelligence Committee that they would not be comfortable using Kaspersky Lab security tools. Although the e...

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Budget provides security for NDIS

Budget provides security for NDIS

And Mr Shorten committed Labor to spending an extra $22 billion more than the government on school funding, two weeks after the government promised to pump $19 billion extra into schools over the next...

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World leaders congratulate Moon Jae-in on election win

China has vigorously opposed the deployment of a US anti-missile system in South Korea, saying it threatens Chinese security and will do nothing to resolve tensions with North Korea. Moon is a former ...

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Lewis Hamilton mystified by lack of pace at Russian Grand Prix

Bottas doesn't go in for wild celebration, but he radiated calm satisfaction with a job well done. And although he received warm congratulations from a host of drivers - including Hamilton - after t...

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Nine killed, 45 injured as Afghanistan forces fire on Pakistan census team

Nine killed, 45 injured as Afghanistan forces fire on Pakistan census team

This comes as Pakistan's Inspector General Frontier Corps (FC) Major General Nadeem Ahmed claimed today that Afghan forces targeted civilian population while Pakistan targeted their check-posts, leavi...

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North Korea detains another U.S. citizen for 'hostile acts'

North Korea detains another U.S. citizen for 'hostile acts'

Both PUST and the U.S. State Department said that they are aware Kim has been arrested. The US House of Representatives overwhelmingly approved legislation on Thursday to tighten sanctions on Nort...

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Always Dreaming wins Kentucky Derby in slop

Always Dreaming wins Kentucky Derby in slop

After starting in the middle of the pack, jockey John Velazquez got Always Dreaming to the front after six furlongs. Pletcher had to make adjustments with the workouts leading up to the Derby as Al...

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Five things we learned from the Sally Yates hearing

Five things we learned from the Sally Yates hearing

That is effectively what Congress is charged with - finding and explaining relevant evidence of Russian connections to Trump and his campaign. "The Russians can use compromising material in a variet...

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Collapsed interstate bridge in Georgia to open next week

Collapsed interstate bridge in Georgia to open next week

A section of US Interstate 85 in north Atlanta collapsed Thursday after a massive fire, local officials confirmed. Deal and multiple transportation authorities held a press conference this morning at ...

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Don't call me Caitlyn: Baby name plunges in popularity

Don't call me Caitlyn: Baby name plunges in popularity

As CI readers know, Jenner's relationship with the Kardashians has been on the rocks. "Not just for me - because those things are very personal, wouldn't you agree?" she explained to King. 'Or is it b...

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China's Xi applauds SKorea's Moon on election win

Moon said he fully understands China's concerns over the deployment of a U.S. Terminal High-Altitude Area Defense battery here and suggested that the two sides discuss the matter soon, and he will sen...

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Judge Throws Out Aaron Hernandez Murder Conviction

Judge Throws Out Aaron Hernandez Murder Conviction

State police said in an investigative report that Hernandez was found naked on April 19 and hanging from a bed sheet tied around the window bars of his cell. He died a guilty man and a convicted mur...

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UK Labour leader accuses Theresa May of 'pandering' to Trump

He said the party's policies resonated with working class people and it had "a great opportunity of taking votes en masse, not just from the Labour Party but also from the very few Conservatives tha...

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UP: Man thrashed by locals for allegedly slaughtering buffalo

UP: Man thrashed by locals for allegedly slaughtering buffalo

The police have arrested all those who were involved, he said. In the video, the man can be seen assaulted by the police and the locals and is then forcefully escorted out of the house. "Total five ...

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Hillary Clinton Takes a Swipe at The Media in French Election Tweet

The pro-European centrist leader was elected President last week. In total, 28 per cent of Catholics voted for Fillon, compared to 22 per cent each for Macron and Le Pen. Now she's looking to take t...

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Haryana shocker: Snake found in mid-day meal at Faridabad Govt school

Haryana shocker: Snake found in mid-day meal at Faridabad Govt school

Some students even vomited as soon as they had eaten the meal. When the principal and other teachers tasted the food, they saw the snakelet after which they immediately intimated the other students ...

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Palestinians held in Israeli jails are top of Hamas priorities, insists Haniyeh

Hamas has eased its stance on the Jewish state after having called for decades for its destruction, as the movement seeks to improve its worldwide standing. It rejected, however, the notion of ever re...

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Allied Universal listed in Forbes' Best Large Employers list for 2017

Allied Universal listed in Forbes' Best Large Employers list for 2017

JetBlue (NASDAQ:JBLU) has earned a top spot among Forbes´ "America´s Best Employers of 2017", landing at No. 12 of 500 companies nationally and for the third year, was named the best company to work f...

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Federal Liberals to reinforce Trans Mountain pipeline support with BC

Party leader Andrew Weaver was re-elected in his Oak Bay-Gordon Head riding with 51.91 per cent of the vote (13,843). UBC economist Kevin Milligan says there's no way to know for sure what will ha...

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Senate Panel Subpoenas Former Trump Aide Michael Flynn for Russia-Related Documents

Senate Panel Subpoenas Former Trump Aide Michael Flynn for Russia-Related Documents

President Barack Obama himself that month told one of his closest advisers that the Federal Bureau of Investigation, which by then had been investigating Trump associates' possible ties to Russian Fed...

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Tories win majority of council seats in East Renfrewshire election

Labour's former council leader Frank McAveety, who retained his seat in Shettleston, said: "The SNP predicted they could return 56 councillors, they've only returned 39 councillors". But a recent sur...

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IPL 2017: Smith acknowledges RPS hopes pinned on other results

On the other hand, if Hyderabad win then Pune vs Kings XI Punjab may become a knockout game on Sunday depending on the outcome of Kolkata Knight Riders vs Mumbai Indians match. Nair was starved of t...

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UK hospitals report tech problems in possible cyberattack

Screenshots of the messages that are reported to be showing up on hospital computers have been tweeted by multiple users. After that, the price would be doubled. And a spokesperson for the Patients ...

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North Korea reports on South's presidential election

Even if the new South Korean president achieves this huge task, he will still have to tackle South Korea's rising youth unemployment and its overreliance on an export economy that made it vulnerable t...

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Mugabe Aide: He's Not Sleeping, His Eyes Are Sensitive

Mugabe Aide: He's Not Sleeping, His Eyes Are Sensitive

Zimbabwe's President Robert Mugabe appears to have developed a habit of nodding off during important meetings. Charamba compared Mugabe's plight to that of Nelson Mandela, the late president of Sou...

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Afghan Air Force Pounds IS Targets In Eastern Province

Afghan and U.S. forces have confirmed Sheikh Abdul Hasib, the leader of (ISIS-K) in Afghanistan, was killed in a combined raid in eastern Nangarhar province on April 27. At least 94 fighters, incl...

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Absentee ballots in five ridings could decide BC election

At the same time, they don't account for the 2017 voter trend, which saw the NDP out perform the BC Liberals compared to 2013 results in almost every swing riding. In 2013, there were 3,505 absentee b...

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B.C.'s absentee ballots likely to solidify a minority government: economist

Benninger isn't feeling any pressure, however. There are about 176,000 absentee ballots that will not be counted until at least May 22, according to Elections BC, but there's no way to know how many...

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White House furious after Russian media posted Oval Office photos

U.S. President Donald Trump meets with Russian Foreign Minister Sergey Lavrov, second left, at the White House in Washington, Wednesday, May 10, 2017. Former CIA agents told the Times that the meeting...

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