• Senator Kamala Harris: Not backing down is in ex-prosecutor's DN
Senator Kamala Harris: Not backing down is in ex-prosecutor's DN

On Tuesday, it was as she asked questions to Attorney General Jeff SessionsJeff SessionsDurbin on Sessions testimony: Hard to see how he could continue to serve Kamala Harris questioning cut off for second week in a row Sessions decries "innuendo" surrounding him MORE .

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  • Adele Pays Emotional Visit to London's Grenfell Tower After Deadly Apartment Fire
Adele Pays Emotional Visit to London's Grenfell Tower After Deadly Apartment Fire

Local resident Joe Delaney, who managed to escape the fire and also help some of his neighbours to escape, confirmed Akala's claim that there were "no alarms". Residents claimed the fire spread on the exterior of the tower, which had been covered in cladding in a major refurbishment completed past year. "It was the worst thing I have ever see...

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  • Putin offers political asylum to Comey, likens him to Snowden
Putin offers political asylum to Comey, likens him to Snowden

Putin compared Comey to Edward Snowden , the former NSA contractor who leaked government secrets to the media . "We want to hear the United States side's opinions today, not (a statement made) for the media but during a constructive and professional dialogue".

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  • Ohio mother and daughters mysteriously found dead in home
Ohio mother and daughters mysteriously found dead in home

Authorities reportedly said there appeared to be no signs of forced entry, and investigators suspect the daughters were killed elsewhere in the home before their bodies were put in their mom's bed. Cleveland 19 obtained an incident report from the North Royalton Police Department about the murders. Brinkman had been watching their home while th...

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  • Sessions says he will testify before US Senate intelligence committee
Sessions says he will testify before US Senate intelligence committee

Sessions had been scheduled to testify Tuesday before a joint appropriations subcommittee of Congress, but on Saturday he sent letters to the committee chairmen saying that the intelligence committee would be a better forum to answer questions about Russian Federation.

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  • Trump's friend Christopher Ruddy says President 'considering' firing Mueller
Trump's friend Christopher Ruddy says President 'considering' firing Mueller

Speculation continued unabated and deputy attorney general Rod Rosenstein , who appointed the counsel, was asked about it at a Senate hearing on Tuesday morning. During the 1990s, President Bill Clinton and supporters protested the investigation of independent counsel Kenneth Starr, which began as a probe of the Whitewater real estate deal and e...

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  • Donald Trump faces investigation for possible obstruction of justice
Donald Trump faces investigation for possible obstruction of justice

Former FBI Director James Comey told Congress last week he believes he was sacked by Trump to undermine the agency's Russian Federation probe. According to the Post , Director of National Intelligence Daniel Coats , Director of National Security Agency Mike Rogers , and Rogers' former deputy Richard Ledgett agreed to be interviewed by Mue...

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  • India climbs to 60th most innovative nation globally, China at 22nd
India climbs to 60th most innovative nation globally, China at 22nd

Ranking 22 on the GII this year, China again becomes the only exception in the top 25 of the innovation list, with the rest 24 all being high-income economies. "The Task Force on Innovation had the mandate of assessing India's position as an innovative country, suggest measures to enhance the innovation ecosystem in India and thus improve Ind...

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  • IS captures Tora Bora, once bin Laden's Afghan hideout
IS captures Tora Bora, once bin Laden's Afghan hideout

Khogyani says IS militants by Wednesday had managed to occupy some areas around Tora Bora, but not the bin Laden hideout itself. "I can confirm that the IS fighters occupied some areas around Tora Bora, but not Tora Bora itself", said Khogyani, referring to the cave complex from where bin Laden and hundreds of other al-Qaida members escaped a mas...

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  • North Korean soldier defects to South by walking across treacherous demilitarised zone
North Korean soldier defects to South by walking across treacherous demilitarised zone

He noted North Korea has recently called for Seoul to honor and implement inter-Korean summit agreements reached on June 15, 2000, and October 4, 2007. The agreement was not a peace treaty and, technically, war could resume between the U.S. and North Korea. "We will be able to comprehensively discuss complete dismantlement of North Korean nukes a...

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  • Bill Cosby jury begins Day 3 of deliberations
Bill Cosby jury begins Day 3 of deliberations

Their every move is made under the watchful eyes of security officers in a courthouse that is beginning to look like a fortress with squadrons of heavily armed men and at least one police dog. Trial jurors were said to have started the third day of deliberations on Wednesday. On Wednesday morning, the panel resumed talks. They asked four during t...

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  • Russian President Vladimir Putin sarcastically offers former FBI Director James Comey asylum
Russian President Vladimir Putin sarcastically offers former FBI Director James Comey asylum

Comey stated in his testimony before a congressional panel that President Donald Trump fired him in an attempt to undermine the investigations into possible collusion between his 2016 presidential campaign team and Russian Federation. Putin slapped down the film's critics, saying the director was a patriot."We have a big, complicated country, w...

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  • Puerto Rico votes for statehood
Puerto Rico votes for statehood

Aside from the 97 percent voting for statehood this time around, a little more than 1.5 percent voted in favor of independence from the USA, while 1.3 percent wanted to preserve status quo and remain a territory. states. "Let's send a loud and clear message to the United States and the entire world", he said in a statement. The turnout for the ...

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  • Rep. Fleischmann okay after shooting at charity baseball practice
Rep. Fleischmann okay after shooting at charity baseball practice

One of the Republican team's two coaches, Rep. Roger Williams, R-Tex., had been known to take practices so earnestly that he often arrived at 6:15 a.m.to do grounds-keeping at the field before they began, Rakich said. For a while, it was occurring biennially, and sometimes leaders complained it was getting in the way of legislative business. In 1...

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  • London Fire: Syrian Refugee Named as First Victim of Deadly Blaze
London Fire: Syrian Refugee Named as First Victim of Deadly Blaze

The group said Mr Alhajali at one point was on the phone with a friend in Syria after unsuccessfully trying to get hold of his family in the country. The last thing he said was that 'the fire is coming inside, I will die. "And, he called one of his friends to pass the news to his family in Syria, to tell them he loved them".

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  • Resolution To Disavow 'Alt-Right' Divides Southern Baptists
Resolution To Disavow 'Alt-Right' Divides Southern Baptists

Some might argue the Southern Baptists' racist roots are still present today, as the SBC and its almost 15 million members were a portion of the 80 percent of white evangelicals who backed President Donald Trump . McKissic found himself begging many black pastors not to leave after Tuesday's inaction, he told reporters. McKissic said it is ...

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"Hard Brexit" plan is dead in the water: Scotland's Sturgeon

After Theresa May saw her majority wiped out in last week's vote, the Scottish First Minister said a UK-wide consensus should be adopted for the Brexit talks to allow the devolved governments a greater say. Speaking ahead of the meeting of the new SNP parliamentary group, Sturgeon said: "In what is a very unstable situation for the UK Governme...

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  • Germany, Austria slam US sanctions against Russia
Germany, Austria slam US sanctions against Russia

US senators on Wednesday approved sanctions against Russia over its meddling in the 2016 USA election, including some on certain Russian energy projects. Kern and Gabriel are convinced that the proposed restrictions run contrary to worldwide law, pose a threat to Europe's energy security and are bound to hamper efforts to settle the situation in Uk...

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  • Theresa May 'confident' she will get Queen's Speech through Commons
Theresa May 'confident' she will get Queen's Speech through Commons

The formal beginning of the parliamentary session has been delayed due to May's talks with the Democratic Unionists over an informal deal to secure the Conservatives a majority in parliament. The Conservative source said: "Talks with the DUP have been progressing well and there is broad agreement on the principles of the Queen's Speech".

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  • Establishment candidates prevail in Virginia governor primaries
Establishment candidates prevail in Virginia governor primaries

Gov. Ralph Northam are headed for a showdown in Virginia's closely watched race for governor. Frank Wagner , R-7th District, finished with 13.7 percent. Smith viewed the results as a vindication of Trump. "Nobody's excited about Ed", he said. So far this year, 54 Democratic candidates committed to contesting 66 Republican-held House seats - a...

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  • Making all attempts to ensure farmers' growth: MP CM
Making all attempts to ensure farmers' growth: MP CM

In 2006, the Karunanidhi government waived off all farm loans taken from cooperative banks, which amounted Rs 6,866 crore. Political analysts said the stakes are high for Mr Modi who is trying to increase his party's political influence ahead of elections in 2019 but is facing charges of running an anti-farmer government.

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  • Darjeeling: Arms, explosives seized from GJM leader Bimal Gurung's house
Darjeeling: Arms, explosives seized from GJM leader Bimal Gurung's house

Police will take all necessary legal actions. "Law will take its own course". "We want peace in the hills, and in Bengal ". A few leaders are doing goondagiri (hooliganism). A clear double standard was observed when the unfortunate CBI raid in the residence of NDTV's Pranoy Roy was rightfully condemned by Mamata Banerjee .

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  • Kennedy-Wilson Holdings Inc
Kennedy-Wilson Holdings Inc

The Real Estate Finance portfolio consists of senior and mezzanine real estate loans that may be either fixed-rate or variable-rate. Therefore 50% are positive. Its down 0.01, from 0.9 in 2016Q3. It improved, as 15 investors sold Kennedy-Wilson Holdings Inc shares while 42 reduced holdings. Bnp Paribas Arbitrage reported 5,920 shares.

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  • Mueller Investigating Whether Trump Attempted to Obstruct Justice
Mueller Investigating Whether Trump Attempted to Obstruct Justice

Reuters cited a source which confirmed the Post report , adding that an examination of possible obstruction of justice charges was "unavoidable" after former FBI Director James Comey told Congress he believed he was sacked by Trump to undermine the agency's Russian Federation investigation.

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  • GOP shrugs off Comey revelations, sticks with Trump
GOP shrugs off Comey revelations, sticks with Trump

In his opening comments to lawmakers on the Senate Intelligence Committee on Thursday, Comey accused Trump of blatantly lying in his explanation as to why he fired the Federal Bureau of Investigation director. "One hundred per cent", Mr Trump said . He painted Trump as a chief executive dismissive of the FBI's independence and made clear that he...

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  • Trump 'investigated for obstruction of justice' in Russian Federation probe
Trump 'investigated for obstruction of justice' in Russian Federation probe

President Donald Trump is telling his Twitter followers that they are witnessing the "single greatest WITCH HUNT in American history". Mr Trump told a television reporter that one of the reasons he had fired the 56-year-old, was because of the ongoing probe into possible collusion with Russian Federation, something the President said was nothin...

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  • Germany's Merkel says European Union ready to negotiate Brexit, no change seen
Germany's Merkel says European Union ready to negotiate Brexit, no change seen

A Downing Street source said the talks had been "constructive" but refused to put a timescale on when they would conclude. Her failure to win a majority has put May under pressure over her Brexit plans from inside and outside her party and has prompted complaints about her choice of partner due to the DUP's stance on social issues such as gay...

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  • DC police to charge 12 Turkish security agents over protest attacks
DC police to charge 12 Turkish security agents over protest attacks

Two men were arrested by federal law enforcement agents early Wednesday morning in connection with a violent altercation that occurred outside the Turkish ambassador's residence in Washington, DC , last month, according to the US Marshals Fugitive Task Force.

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  • Davidson desires neither to lead nor split the Conservative and Unionist Party
Davidson desires neither to lead nor split the Conservative and Unionist Party

The ebullient Davidson has turned a party once consigned to the scrapheap into a fighting force with her jovial media persona and forceful opposition to Sturgeon's hopes for independence. Ms Sturgeon has said she will take time to reflect on the result of last week's general election . Davidson is more concerned with political positioning than bri...

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  • Special counsel Mueller determining whether POTUS obstructed justice
Special counsel Mueller determining whether POTUS obstructed justice

The report adds that the officials say Mueller is interested in a March 22 conversation between Trump, Coats, and CIA Director Mike Pompeo. According to the Post , Director of National Intelligence Daniel Coats , Director of National Security Agency Mike Rogers , and Rogers' former deputy Richard Ledgett agreed to be interviewed by Mueller...

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  • Mueller probing whether Trump obstructed justice
Mueller probing whether Trump obstructed justice

No longer is he merely focused on Moscow's efforts to interfere in the 2016 election, meaning he also appears to be zeroing in on Trump's actions since taking office on January 20. The White House initially said Trump acted on recommendations of Sessions and Rosenstein, which faulted Comey for his handling of the Hillary Clinton email investigati...

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  • Kamala Harris questioning cut off for second week in a row
Kamala Harris questioning cut off for second week in a row

Both hearing exchanges have prompted women to discuss aloud and online how Harris's experiences with her fellow senators are only highlighting the treatment average women, especially women of color, experience every day. It seems the embattled Trump administration has a long road to go before there is any conclusion in the Russian Federation in...

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  • Mueller investigating Trump for possible obstruction of justice
Mueller investigating Trump for possible obstruction of justice

Former FBI Director Bob Mueller is the Justice Department's special counsel , overseeing the investigation into the expanding Russian Federation scandal, which now reportedly includes allegations that Donald Trump obstructed justices.

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  • Britain's May in tough talks on forging governing alliance
Britain's May in tough talks on forging governing alliance

DUP leader Arlene Foster , who travelled to Westminster for talks with the Tories on Tuesday, said she hoped a deal could be reached "sooner rather than later". While the DUP are deeply euroskeptic, they have balked at some of the practical implications of a so-called hard Brexit - including a potential loss of a "frictionless border" with th...

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  • Netanyahu: Israel Must Keep Military Control of Jordan Valley
Netanyahu: Israel Must Keep Military Control of Jordan Valley

The most dramatic was the peace process launched after the signing on the White House lawn in Washington of the Oslo Accord secretly negotiated between Israel and the Palestine Liberation Organisation during 1993. "While we share his desire for a return to negotiations to achieve a two state solution, this anniversary can not be viewed in a vacuum"...

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