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Among the questions Mueller wants to ask are some dealing with his high-profile firing of Federal Bureau of Investigation director James Comey and deputy Andrew McCabe .That will include an ask as to what exactly he meant in that interview with Lester Holt about sacking Comey because the Russian collusion probe was made up by Dems.
  • President Trump WILL Come To London, US Ambassador Tells LBC

    President Trump WILL Come To London, US Ambassador Tells LBC

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    Asked whether Trump was aware of the "Stop Trump " campaign urging protestors to take to the streets in London , Johnson insisted Trump was "very thick-skinned" and "knows what he wants to do". embassy in London . President Donald Trump is in the middle of a 5-country, 12-date tour of Asia, which now finds him in Beijing, China. The visit of Donald Trump to London is finally scheduled for July 13.
  • Trump to be Nobel nominee for North Korea

    Trump to be Nobel nominee for North Korea

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    A Getty Images photo showed people in Seoul, South Korea - described in the caption as activists who support Korean reunification - holding placards saying Trump would win the Nobel Peace Prize. to take credit for the resolution of a conflict that it had been stoking for decades. Trump's aides, in the meantime, are optimistic and believe the president deserves the prize, according to Bloomberg .
  • Diamond And Silk: Conservative Media Personalities Lied Under Oath, Per 'The Hill'

    Diamond And Silk: Conservative Media Personalities Lied Under Oath, Per 'The Hill'

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    In tense exchanges with representative Hakeem Jeffries of NY and Sheila Jackson Lee of Texas, the women also denied having ever been paid by the Trump campaign. They now have almost 150,000 subscribers on YouTube and several of their videos have been viewed over a million times each. Jeffries concluded his short feud with the self-proclaimed "most outspoken and loyal" Trump supporters by saying, "I respect your game".
  • Protections For Special Prosecutor Clear Panel

    Protections For Special Prosecutor Clear Panel

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    Chuck Grassley , R-Iowa. Cory Booker (D-N.J.)-who co-sponsored the bill with Chris Coons (D-Del.), Lindsey Graham (R-S.C.), and Thom Tillis (R-N.C.)-expressed hope that the committee's 14-7 vote "serves as a clear sign that protecting the special counsel and America's democracy is of the utmost importance".
  • NEA Error: Colorado Teachers Not 46th In Nation For Pay

    NEA Error: Colorado Teachers Not 46th In Nation For Pay

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    Educators from Pueblo School District voted to go on strike last week, but can not take action until after Colorado's education and labor agency decides by May 4 whether to try to broker a resolution with teachers. They need to be respected, and rewarded, for the work they do - and Arizona can do better on this front. Cheyenne Mountain School District 12, Colorado Springs School District 11, Falcon School District 49, Fountain-Fort Carson School District 8, Lewis-Palmer School District 38 ...
  • Explosion at Superior, Wisconsin oil refinery, multiple injuries

    Explosion at Superior, Wisconsin oil refinery, multiple injuries

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    Mary's Hospital in Superior, Talarico said. One of the patients had "serious blast injuries" and the rest had non-life threatening injuries. Talarico says another five are being treated at St. The Superior Fire Department sent all three engine companies to the explosion, and nearby Duluth sent over a command vehicle. The Superior refinery processes light and heavy crude oil from the Bakken shale formation in North Dakota and western Canada into fuel products and asphalt.
  • Golden State Killer's victims look to heal after suspect's capture

    Golden State Killer's victims look to heal after suspect's capture

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    In some instances, the rapist would put plates or cups on the backs of the male victims , threatening to come back and kill them if the plates fall over. The suspected East Area Rapist, Golden State Killer and Original Night Stalker was arrested 42 years after he allegedly began terrorizing greater Sacramento.
  • Anzac Day 2018 Port Lincoln dawn service

    Anzac Day 2018 Port Lincoln dawn service

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    While we live in hope that today's youth will never know the horror of war, it is important that we honour those who willingly gave their lives so we might enjoy the life and freedoms we have in this still-lucky country. AT THE goingdown of the sun and in the morning, we will remember them. (9NEWS) The bus passenger's possessions were also destroyed in the blaze. "I hope the younger generation will reflect upon such memorial service and continue to develop a sense of brotherhood, sense of ...
  • "Schoolhouse Rock!" Composer Bob Dorough Dead at 94

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    The ARKANSAS-born, TEXAS-raised DOROUGH was a composer, arranger and player in the Special Services Army Band before moving to NY to become a pianist and singer. "Then I looked in the magic book and sure enough, three is one of the magic numbers". Although he worked with greats like Miles Davis in the 1950s and '60s, it was in the early 1970s with " Schoolhouse Rock " that Dorough made his biggest pop culture impact.
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    Trump sees "very good chance" of US-China trade deal

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    US President Donald Trump last month approved steep tariffs on tens of billions of dollars of Chinese imports, while Beijing has slapped duties on key US agricultural exports and has threatened to do likewise for the sensitive American soybean industry.
  • Dallas police searching for person of interest connected to officer shooting

    Dallas police searching for person of interest connected to officer shooting

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    She said surgery was completed on the police officers and store employee late on Tuesday at the hospital. Dallas police say they have arrested a suspect in the shooting. Police identified the suspect as Armando Juarez, 29, and was wearing a white T-shirt and blue jean shorts. Armored police vehicles were seen driving toward the Home Depot on US 7, and officers could be seen searching the surrounding area for the suspect.
  • Armenian opposition leader calls new rally for Wednesday

    Armenian opposition leader calls new rally for Wednesday

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    It was not immediately clear whether this move would placate the protesters, who oppose the ruling elite as a whole. Serzh Sargsyan , Armenia's former president who lawmakers voted in as prime minister just last Tuesday, announced on Monday that he will step down.
  • Malaysia releases photo of 1 assailant in Palestinian murder

    Malaysia releases photo of 1 assailant in Palestinian murder

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    Police today released the actual picture of one of the suspects wanted for the murder of Palestinian lecturer Dr Fadi M R Albatsh on Saturday. The high-performance motorcycle bearing the registration number BKJ 413 was found by the police yesterday in Danau Kota, Setapak approximately 2km from the scene where he was waylaid by the two men.
  • Former Smallville Star Released on Bail in Sex Trafficking Case

    Former Smallville Star Released on Bail in Sex Trafficking Case

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    When Mack did convince women to join the group, she allegedly lead ceremonies during which the women were branded with a symbol that, "unbeknownst to them", included Raniere's initials. News. "She will be released on a $ 5 million bond and will reside in the Central District of California - home detention with electronic monitoring".
  • Police 'visit funeral home to unlock dead man's phone'

    Police 'visit funeral home to unlock dead man's phone'

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    Linus Phillips was killed by a Largo law enforcement officer after authorities reveal that he tried to flee a crime scene before he could be properly searched. "I just felt so disrespected and violated", Armstrong says. Dead people do not have Fourth Amendment protection against unlawful searches and seizures, but Stetson University Law Professor Charles Rose noted that the deceased's family have an interest in his remains.
  • CJI impeachment: Venkaiah Naidu within powers to reject notice, say experts

    CJI impeachment: Venkaiah Naidu within powers to reject notice, say experts

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    Sibal said the Congress will move a petition in the Supreme Court challenging this order. BJP, however, applauded Naidu and slammed Congress for its "intimidatory tactics". While senior advocate and Congress MP K T S Tulsi criticised the Vice President's decision saying it was a serious matter and corruption could not be allowed to grow in the judiciary, senior lawyer and BJP leader Aman Sinha said the notice was rightly rejected with "sound legal reasoning".
  • Israel warns Iran: we are ready to strike you in Syria

    Israel warns Iran: we are ready to strike you in Syria

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    A set of satellite images released Sunday revealed new details about a strike on an Iranian military base in Syria earlier this month, that is widely believed to have been carried out by Israeli forces despite its refusal to comment on involvement in the strike.
  • Congress has destroyed the meaning of Constitution, says Amit Shah

    Congress has destroyed the meaning of Constitution, says Amit Shah

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    He has accused the BJP-led government of destroying the country's reputation, which took 70 years to be built up by Congress, in just 48 months since assumption of power. Senior Congress leaders Ahmed Patel, Motilal Vora, Ghulam Nabi Azad, Mallikarjun Kharge, Sushil Kumar Shinde, Ashok Gehlot, Sheila Dikshit and Congress's SC department chairman Nitin Raut were present at the launch of the campaign which will culminate on B R Ambedkar's birth anniversary next year.
  • Attack At Kabul Voter Registration Center Kills At Least 57 People

    Attack At Kabul Voter Registration Center Kills At Least 57 People

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    There has been increasing frustration at what many Kabul residents see as the government's shortcomings in securing the capital. "Our patience is running out". The Secretary-General strongly condemns today's attack on a voter registration centre in Kabul which claimed the lives of many civilians. Afghan police and troops have been tasked with protecting polling centres, even as they struggle to get the upper hand against insurgents on the battlefield.