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Russian Federation probe: Attorney General Jeff Sessions to appear before Senate Intelligence Committee

Russian Federation probe: Attorney General Jeff Sessions to appear before Senate Intelligence Committee

Comey's testimony raised questions about Sessions' engagements with Russian Federation and his involvement in Comey's firing despite Sessions' recusal from the Russian Federation investigation, whi...

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I would '100 percent' be willing to testify about Comey under oath

Comey told the Senate intelligence committee Thursday about several one-on-one interactions with the president, during which he said Trump pressed him to show "loyalty", to back off on the FBI i...

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DOJ seeks to argue 9th Circuit travel ban decision

The 4th Circuit said the revised executive order violated the First Amendment's prohibition of government establishment of religion. I think we can all attest that these are very unsafe times and ...

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Prime Minsiter Modi's veiled message to Pakistan on terror at SCO

He said concerted efforts are required to find a solution to recruitment, training and financing of terrorists. According to Kazakhistan's news agency Kazinform, the leaders of the SCO will issue a ...

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Jeff Sessions, Ron Wyden tussle over James Comey's testimony

Jeff Sessions, Ron Wyden tussle over James Comey's testimony

Comey himself had a riveting appearance before the same Senate panel last week , with some key moments centered on Sessions . After Harris pressed Sessions again for a yes or no answer while...

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No longer out of bounds: Trump allies question Mueller probe

Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein says he has seen no evidence of good cause to fire the special prosecutor overseeing the Russian Federation investigation. Mr Sessions was revealed to have met t...

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Telstra prepares to slash 1400 jobs

Telstra prepares to slash 1400 jobs

In February, Telstra reported first-half net profit dropped 14.4 per cent to $1.79 billion on the back of a 6.4 per cent fall in revenue to $12.80 billion. Penn said he recognised the changes will b...

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Sessions to testify before the Senate Intelligence Committee

Sessions to testify before the Senate Intelligence Committee

U.S. Atty. Gen. Jeff Sessions said he wants to address questions related to his dealings with Russian Federation. Trump "should voluntarily turn them over", Collins said. The Justice Department has de...

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Humbled Australia brace for more lessons in Russia

Midfielder Mile Jedinak has suffered a fresh groin injury whilst on Confederations Cup duty with Australia this week. 'Losing Mile is a blow as he is not only an important member of the midfield but...

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What Exactly Is A Hung Parliament?

British Prime Minister Theresa May's Conservative Party lost seats in the June 8 snap elections. British Foreign Secretary Boris Johnson has also denied plotting to topple Theresa May , whose hol...

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Late-Night Hosts Pick Apart Jeff Sessions' Testimony (and Accent)

Late-Night Hosts Pick Apart Jeff Sessions' Testimony (and Accent)

Sessions , testifying under oath before the Senate Intelligence Committee yesterday, denied ever having any conversations with Russians about Russian election meddling - including at an event past y...

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Mattis: Afghanistan strategy coming in mid-July

Mattis: Afghanistan strategy coming in mid-July

Lawmakers repeatedly asked Mattis for an update on Afghanistan , and about whether Trump will deploy thousands more troops to help Afghan partners reverse a stalemate against the resurgent Taliban...

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UK's Theresa May holds talks to seal government alliance

With opinion polls showing the Conservatives had a commanding lead over the opposition Labour Party, May called an early election in hopes of increasing her majority in Parliament and strengthen...

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Sessions heatedly denies improper Russia contacts

During Attorney General Jeff Sessions' much-anticipated testimony before the Senate Intelligence Committee , things took a bit of a unusual turn when it was Sen. Has he discussed the possibility of...

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Theresa May's election gamble backfires as voters throw a surprise

Exit polls predicted the Conservative Party would win 318 seats in Britain's 650-seat Parliament and the left-wing opposition Labour Party 267 - a race with no clear victor. But rather than head ...

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'Hard Brexit' must be abandoned after election: Scottish leader

Currently, with 649 of the total 650 parliamentary mandates declared, UK Prime Minister Theresa May's Conservative Party is leading with 318 seats, while the Labour Party stands at 261, with the...

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Sessions rejects hint of collusion with Russian Federation as 'detestable lie'

Democratic Senator Dianne Feinstein, a member of both the Senate intelligence and judiciary committees, has said Mr Sessions should answer questions about his January testimony . "No, I don't bel...

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Melania Trump, Barron move to White House

The first lady has said she wishes he would give up tweeting. Mr Trump had been living alone in the vast, private quarters of the White House . The shirt is the subject of intense curiosity, as...

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Trump gives U.S. military authority to set Afghan troop levels

At the same hearing, the chairman of the joint chiefs of staff, General Joseph Dunford, said he had gone to Mr Mattis and Mr Trump with "some options that might be considered" in order to help impro...

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Kremlin critic Alexei Navalny detained as supporters protest across Russian Federation

Kremlin critic Alexei Navalny detained as supporters protest across Russian Federation

In Moscow , thousands of angry protesters held an unsanctioned rally on Tverskaya, the capital's main street. Most of the Moscow protesters appeared to be under 30, although there was a sizeabl...

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Newton doesn't throw at Panthers camp; Oher doesn't practice

Newton doesn't throw at Panthers camp; Oher doesn't practice

He was expected to meet with team doctors over the next couple of days. Oher missed 13 games last season after being placed in concussion protocol following Carolina's Week 3 loss to Minnesota. "A...

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Harry Kane's equaliser 'huge moment' for England - Gareth Southgate

Harry Kane's equaliser 'huge moment' for England - Gareth Southgate

After substitute Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain had given the Three Lions the lead at Hampden Park, Scotland appeared to be on the brink of securing what would have been a memorable victory following two...

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Senators condemn NK treatment of US student

In November 2014, US spy chief James Clapper went to Pyongyang to bring home Matthew Miller, who had ripped up his visa when entering the country and was serving a six-year sentence on an espionage ch...

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Senate Judiciary Committee asks for copies of leaked memos

Two leading Senate Democrats pushed the chamber's Judiciary Committee on Friday to expand its on-going Russian Federation investigation to include whether or not any obstruction of justice occurred in...

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Jeff Sessions knows 'nothing' about Russian hacking

Former FBI Director James Comey , in a little-noticed moment during his Senate Intelligence Committee testimony last week, said Trump never once asked him about Russia's interference in t...

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United States inmates at large after killing two prison guards during bus transport

The Putnam County Sheriff's office confirmed to 11Alive in Atlanta that two prisoners being transported were able to overpower the guards on the bus before killing them and escaping. The Oconee Coun...

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Trump gives United States military authority to set Afghan troop levels

Trump gives United States military authority to set Afghan troop levels

President Trump has given Defense Secretary Jim Mattis the authority to set USA troop levels in Afghanistan, a US official tells NPR's Tom Bowman. Mattis said the Taliban were "surging" at the ...

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North Korea says missile launch a new type of 'cruise rocket'

North Korea says missile launch a new type of 'cruise rocket'

Last month, North Korea premiered a powerful new midrange missile that outside experts said flew higher than any other missile it has tested . " North Korea's actions just prove ... In particular,...

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Trump says "the Democrats are really in our way" on health care

Trump said he saw first-hand during his time on the campaign trail, crumbling infrastructure, and met with communities who are desperate for new roads and new bridges. Matt Bevin and his family. He c...

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Sessions denies 'false and scurrilous allegations'

Sessions is expected to face sharp questions from his former Senate colleagues about his role in FBI Director James Comey's firing, his Russian contacts during the campaign and his decision to st...

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Rosenstein says he's seen no good cause to fire Mueller

While the White House has denied any intention to fire Mueller, close associates of Trump, including former House Speaker Newt Gingrich , are increasingly criticizing the Russian Federation probe a...

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Police release Woods DUI arrest video

Police release Woods DUI arrest video

According to the arrest report obtained, officers had to wake up Woods when they found him in his auto. He takes a breath alcohol test and that showed no signs of alcohol in Woods' system. In th...

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North Korea releases comatose UVa. student just before Dennis Rodman's arrival

The University of Virginia student , Otto Warmbier, had been sentenced to 15 years hard labor after being convicted in Pyongyang for acts against the state. Rodman is undertaking the trip as a privat...

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President Trump: James Comey Leak Was 'Very Cowardly'

The former Federal Bureau of Investigation director said he publicly disclosed memos about his meeting with Trump because he felt the White House may deceive the public about the nature of the meeti...

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Former PM Major: May's DUP deal is risk to Northern Ireland peace

Former PM Major: May's DUP deal is risk to Northern Ireland peace

The 1998 peace accord, which provides the template for powersharing at Stormont, commits the United Kingdom and Irish governments to demonstrate "rigorous impartiality" when it comes to the differing ...

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