• Attorney General Jeff Sessions Offers To Testify To Intelligence Panel
Attorney General Jeff Sessions Offers To Testify To Intelligence Panel

While several committee members, including Dianne Feinstein, Susan Collins, and Angus King had voiced support for a public hearing, other members have complained that doing so will inevitably lead to a brick wall, where Sessions will say he can not discuss certain matters in public.

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  • USA hackers could have framed Russia: Putin
USA hackers could have framed Russia: Putin

In the NBC interview , Putin was asked about reports of Trump adviser and son-in-law Jared Kushner's attempt to set up a secret communications channel with Russian Federation. "Right now, I think we have representatives from a hundred American companies that have come to Russia", Putin said. I can."Speaking at Russia's flagship St Petersbu...

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  • FBI describes car used by escaped inmates
FBI describes car used by escaped inmates

Slade would not identify the escaped inmates but the Georgia Department of Corrections tweeted on Tuesday that police were searching for two white men, Donnie Rowe and Ricky Dubose . Police have not revealed the identifies of the murdered corrections officers. Officials say the two may be making their getaway in a dark green 2004 Honda Civic w...

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  • Top General: US Military Edge Is 'Eroding'
Top General: US Military Edge Is 'Eroding'

President Trump has reportedly been weighing a request to send 3,000 to 5,000 more US troops to the country to break what top generals have described as a stalemate. United States military commanders, who saw fragile security gains eroded under Obama-era troop drawdowns, have been pushing for a new strategy that could see thousands of addition...

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  • Pentagon announces ICBM interceptor system a success
Pentagon announces ICBM interceptor system a success

Davis said Iran's ballistic missile capability also continues to threaten USA strategic interests in the Middle East. The test, the first of its kind in almost three years, was created to prepare for any North Korean intercontinental ballistic missile strike and marked a key milestone in the US missile defense system's development.

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  • Qatar foreign minister denounces 'unfair', 'illegal' sanctions
Qatar foreign minister denounces 'unfair', 'illegal' sanctions

Qatar's port authority said its cargo will go through Sohar, as well as Oman's port at Salalah, bypassing the need to dock in any of those countries that have cut ties. Saudi Arabia accused its fellow Gulf Co-operation Council member of supporting a range of violent groups, from proxies of Shiite Muslim Iran to the Sunni militants of Islamic State.

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  • DC and Maryland AGs sue Trump for constitutional violations
DC and Maryland AGs sue Trump for constitutional violations

Constitution. The lawsuit , first reported by the Washington Post late Sunday, hinges on Trump's decision to maintain ownership of his company after becoming president, the D.C. Both attorney generals allege with his business ties still intact President Trump gives off the illusion he's putting his personal business ahead of the busine...

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  • Korea will test-fire ICBM in not too distant future: party's official newspaper
Korea will test-fire ICBM in not too distant future: party's official newspaper

Early on Thursday morning, North Korea fired multiple presumed coastal defense cruise missiles from its east coast. Nauert said the suspension of THAAD deployment is "part of the conversations" that Secretary of State Rex Tillerson and Defense Secretary Jim Mattis had with President Donald Trump at an Oval Office meeting on Thursday.

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  • Trump invited to testify about interactions with Comey
Trump invited to testify about interactions with Comey

Trump asked Sessions, along with other members of the Trump administration, to leave him and Comey alone after a counter-terrorism briefing February 14, one day after national security adviser Michael Flynn was sacked. Asked whether she would find out, Sanders joked that she would "look under the couches". At the beginning of Monday's press bri...

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  • Russian Opposition Leader Alexei Navalny Detained On Day Of Large Protests
Russian Opposition Leader Alexei Navalny Detained On Day Of Large Protests

It can be seen in a video that a stage equipped with audio systems was functioning on Sakharova Street, and was used by people protesting a massive Moscow redevelopment project. Instead, he sent his supporters down to the history festival, just outside the Kremlin's walls, where they chanted " Russia without Putin" and "Putin thief, Putin thi...

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  • Donald Trump Infrastructure Speech in Cincinnati, Ohio
Donald Trump Infrastructure Speech in Cincinnati, Ohio

Trump understands that without the support of the people, the Senate will not pass health care reform that can resolve numerous problems created by the Affordable Care Act. 'They've had their lives completely upended by the disaster known as Obamacare, ' Trump proclaimed. "One of the biggest broken promises ever". He also didn't directly mention ...

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  • Instagram Rolling Archive Feature Out to All Users
Instagram Rolling Archive Feature Out to All Users

It will drop down from the archive button and explain that any post you archive can be found by clicking the archive button. Taht will let you (and only you ) view all those private photos. The Washington Post said that teens are regularly deleting their old Instagrams in bulk, so we're assuming this feature has been released for them.

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  • Gulf countries' impasse will be resolved soon, hopes PM Nawaz
Gulf countries' impasse will be resolved soon, hopes PM Nawaz

Pointing to the fact that Pakistan can not afford to get embroiled in conflict in the Middle East as Turkish state-run-media has carried a weird assertion that "the Pakistani Parliament is considering sending thousands of troops to Qatar underlines the risks involved in a conflict", the Dawn editorial reported.

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  • Police increase patrols in Tehran after Iran attacks
Police increase patrols in Tehran after Iran attacks

Five of the attackers died and, Reuters reports , more than half a dozen suspects have been arrested in connection with the assault - the first major attack Iran has experienced in years. The " Islamic State " terrorists, who attacked Iran on June 7, have published a video in which they say Saudi Arabia will be the next terror attack target.

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  • May appoints Brexit campaigner Gove as agriculture minister
May appoints Brexit campaigner Gove as agriculture minister

Earlier the Prime Minister announced that she was promoting Damian Green to become First Minister of State - a title associated in the past with the position of deputy prime minister. "And I think the Paris Accord which my friend Amber Rudd had a huge role in helping to shape is a significant step forward". And on her own future, she said: "I...

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  • Trump travel ban dealt another blow, faces high court next Featured
Trump travel ban dealt another blow, faces high court next Featured

The president tweeted early Tuesday, "well, as predicted, the 9th Circuit did it again - Ruled against the TRAVEL BAN at such a unsafe time in the history of our country. that prohibit nationality-based discrimination and require the president to follow a specific process when setting the annual cap on the admission of refugees".

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  • Ministers to demand softer Brexit as Cabinet meets for first time
Ministers to demand softer Brexit as Cabinet meets for first time

Gavin Williamson, who has been in Belfast conducting negotiations with the DUP on supporting a minority Conservative Government , remains as Chief Whip . The PM said the new line-up brought in "talent from across the whole of the Conservative party ". Gove's new role in charge of Defra gives him the hard tasks of ensuring all relevant Euro...

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  • Dennis Rodman Heads To North Korea
Dennis Rodman Heads To North Korea

Former NBA basketball player Dennis Rodman , center, prepares to go through immigration at Beijing Capital International Airport in Beijing, Tuesday, June 13, 2017. He said he believed President Donald Trump would support the visit as a means to "accomplish something we both need". Rodman has been known to travel to the North at least four...

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  • Eritrea sides with Gulf nations against Qatar
Eritrea sides with Gulf nations against Qatar

He added that he was "extremely disappointed" in US President Donald Trump . Akbar Al Baker criticised Saudi Arabia , the United Arab Emirates and Bahrain for closing their airspace to Qatari flights a week ago. In London, British foreign minister Boris Johnson said he would meet this week with his counterparts from Saudi Arabia, Kuwait and t...

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  • Presidential spokesman says Israel destroys any chance of peace
Presidential spokesman says Israel destroys any chance of peace

Israel later withdrew from Gaza but lay a siege to it. "Israel is stubborn and just wants to take the land and the West Bank and kick all the Palestinians out". Additionally, Saeb Erekat, the secretary general of the Palestine Liberation Organization (PLO), said that, to the Palestinians, the Israeli occupation means "50 years of oppression, ...

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  • Navalny jailed, 1500 arrested after protests across Russia
Navalny jailed, 1500 arrested after protests across Russia

A Moscow court, sitting late Monday, found the 41-year-old Navalny guilty of organizing unauthorized protests and sentenced him to a month in administrative custody, his spokeswoman Kira Yarmysh said on Twitter . Most of the Moscow protesters appeared to be under 30, although there was a sizeable number of middle-aged people and couples wi...

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  • Brexit talks should start when Britain ready -EU negotiator
Brexit talks should start when Britain ready -EU negotiator

At the same time, it was the European Council president Donald Tusk that seconded Barnier: "We don't know when Brexit talks start". The EU's budget commissioner, Gunther Oettinger , told German radio he was unsure the Brexit negotiations could begin on time.

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  • Afghan officials ready for so-called Kabul Process
Afghan officials ready for so-called Kabul Process

The blast was the latest in a long line of attacks in Kabul . Speaking to the participants, Ghani said the attacks in Afghanistan were part of the violence that had struck foreign cities around the world, most recently in London, where three militants drove a van into pedestrians on Saturday before attacking people with knives.

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  • Former Panamanian Dictator Manuel Noriega Dead At 83
Former Panamanian Dictator Manuel Noriega Dead At 83

In 2011, he was extradited to Panama, where he had been convicted in absentia for killing his political opponents. A onetime USA ally, Noriega was considered a valued Central Intelligence Agency asset. Though the reason for the conflict was disputed by Noriega, its result was not: After roughly a fortnight, Noriega surrendered to the U.S.at the V...

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  • South Africa's Helen Zille makes unreserved apology for tweets
South Africa's Helen Zille makes unreserved apology for tweets

I greatly regret this ... "I wanted people to understand that, under my leadership, the DA is working work hard to reconcile South Africans - black and white - in pursuit of a common vision of progress and prosperity for all", Maimane said.

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  • Spicer won't say if Sessions may claim privilege
Spicer won't say if Sessions may claim privilege

He recused himself in March from a federal investigation into contacts between Russian Federation and Donald Trump's presidential campaign after acknowledging that he had met twice a year ago with the ambassador. As news of his testimony broke, Sessions attended a Cabinet meeting with Trump at the White House . Kasowitz blasted Comey for lea...

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  • Nairobi building collapse: People missing as residents join search
Nairobi building collapse: People missing as residents join search

City politicians on Tuesday used the disaster that affected 128 people at Kware following the collapse of a building to advance their political agenda. It has emerged that some tenants in the collapsed building in Embakasi East ignored pleas by the police to evacuate, raising fears some could be trapped under the debris.

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  • Putin foe Aleksei Navalny jailed amid major Russian Federation protests
Putin foe Aleksei Navalny jailed amid major Russian Federation protests

The demonstrators appeared to be mostly young people - those who were born or grew up during Putin's 17 years of leading Russian Federation. Navalny's team had earlier said they expected between 45,000 to 50,000 people to attend the Moscow demonstration.

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  • Jeff Sessions denies 'false and scurrilous Russia allegations'
Jeff Sessions denies 'false and scurrilous Russia allegations'

Sessions said he agreed with a letter drafted by his deputy, Rod Rosenstein , that Comey should be replaced. While he had recused himself from the Russian Federation probe, Sessions said, "I did not recuse myself from defending my honor against scurrilous and false allegations".

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  • Lachlan Murdoch Pulls Backing for Australia's Network Ten
Lachlan Murdoch Pulls Backing for Australia's Network Ten

Ten requested a 48-hour trading halt in its shares. The board of Network Ten has until Thursday to consider the company's future, after two key shareholders pulled their backing for the broadcaster's debt. Back in 2013, directors also warned the cost and risk of other funding sources "made them unpalatable", raising questions about Ten's ability ...

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

Jeanne Shaheen (D-NH), Rosenstein confirmed that he believes he has authority over Mueller's hiring and potential firing, and that Attorney General Jeff Sessions has forfeited that authority due to his recusal. "Mr Ruddy never spoke to the president regarding this issue", Mr Spicer said. "I think he's weighing that option", Ruddy said in an in...

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  • Dashcam video released from Tiger Woods arrest
Dashcam video released from Tiger Woods arrest

Police camera footage of Tiger Woods' arrest has been released. Woods is wearing shorts, a dark hat and a light-colored shirt. Check out Tiger Woods' arrest video. The sobriety test, which also includes Woods reciting the alphabet, continues for several more minutes before Woods is handcuffed and led into the back of the police auto.

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  • Dennis Rodman arrives in North Korea
Dennis Rodman arrives in North Korea

North Korea on Tuesday, June 13, 2017 , is expecting another visit by Rodman, who has made several trips to the country but has been criticized for insensitive comments and for regaling leader Kim Jong Un with "Happy Birthday" in 2014 .

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  • Israel says ties restored with New Zealand after spat
Israel says ties restored with New Zealand after spat

Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu and his New Zealand counterpart Bill English chose to end the dispute following a phone conversation, a statement from Netanyahu's office said. Israel in December withdrew its ambassador and postponed travel rights of New Zealand's ambassador to Israel, based in Turkey. "We're not apologising for anythi...

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  • UK prime minister insists she is staying put
UK prime minister insists she is staying put

She called this election to secure a mandate for her negotiating position , and the electorate snubbed her. DUP leader Arlene Foster may seek concessions from May in exchange for providing the needed seats to reach a 326-vote majority, however.

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