• So, how long before Trump fires special counsel Bob Mueller?
So, how long before Trump fires special counsel Bob Mueller?

Newsmax CEO Chris Ruddy , a good friend of Trump's, was the one who intentionally thrust it into the mainstream on Monday night. Ruddy added, "I personally think it would be a very significant mistake". Mueller, who served as the Federal Bureau of Investigation director from 2001 to 2013, was appointed by the Justice Department in May to investig...

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  • Republican baseball practice gunman 'had list of names'
Republican baseball practice gunman 'had list of names'

House Majority Whip Steve Scalise remains in critical condition Friday, days after a shooting at an early-morning baseball practice in Alexandria, Virginia. Damage from a bullet occurs when it's traveling. Hospital officials said it is hard to predict how long the congressman will be in the hospital, but that he is expected to be able to walk a...

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  • Otto Warmbier Suffered 'Extensive Loss Of Brain Tissue,' No Sign Of Botulism
Otto Warmbier Suffered 'Extensive Loss Of Brain Tissue,' No Sign Of Botulism

Kanter went on to explain that the brain injuries Warmbier have are consistent with brain injuries where brain tissue dies because of inadequate blood supply because of cardiopulmonary arrest. "We don't believe anything that they say", Fred said. When asked by reporters if he would bring up the cases of Warmbier and three other Americans detained...

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  • Dianne Feinstein 'Increasingly Concerned' Donald Trump Will Try to Fire Investigators
Dianne Feinstein 'Increasingly Concerned' Donald Trump Will Try to Fire Investigators

US President Donald Trump appears to have confirmed he is under investigation for obstruction of justice in relation to the Russian meddling probe, claiming he is being investigated for firing FBI director James Comey by the man who told him to do it.

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  • Protesters snarl Minnesota freeway after officer acquittal
Protesters snarl Minnesota freeway after officer acquittal

Family and friends of Valerie Castile and Philando Castile walked out of the courthouse after Jeronimo Yanez was found not guilty on all counts in the shooting death of Philando Castile, Friday, June 16, 2017, in. Hill Montessori, where he was loved by his students and co-workers. Prosecutors questioned whether Yanez had even seen Castile's gun, an...

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  • Cuban Ambassador to the US Criticizes President Trump's Policy Rollbacks
Cuban Ambassador to the US Criticizes President Trump's Policy Rollbacks

President Trump's policy changes will encourage American commerce with free Cuban businesses and pressure the Cuban government to allow the Cuban people to expand the private sector. On the stage in Miami , Rep. Mario Diaz-Balart, R-Fla., said the US would no longer have to witness the "embarrassing spectacle" of an American president glad-handi...

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  • Overwhelming Majority in US Senate Votes to Continue Russia Sanctions
Overwhelming Majority in US Senate Votes to Continue Russia Sanctions

If the legislation passes the House, it would head to Trump for signing. It also creates a congressional review process if the executive branch eases current sanctions. They blocked USA companies such as Exxon Mobil, where Tillerson was chairman, from investing in such projects. Republican Senator Rand Paul and Bernie Sanders, an independent who ...

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  • Iran refutes new U.S. sanction move over missile program
Iran refutes new U.S. sanction move over missile program

Velayati went on to say that the Iranian committee tasked with monitoring the implementation of the agreement would " certainly " examine the Senate move and come up with a " decent " response, as reported by Iranian media. president to impose financial sanctions and a travel ban on individuals and entities who "knowingly engage in any activity t...

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  • Trump May Face Lawsuit For
Trump May Face Lawsuit For "Unprecedented Constitutional Violations"

Racine and Frosh on Monday said they had legal standing to pursue the case on behalf of the residents they represent and do not have to demonstrate that Maryland or Washington businesses suffered any specific financial harm from Trump's actions.

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  • 'Height of egotism': North Korea blasts U.S. withdrawal from Paris climate accord
'Height of egotism': North Korea blasts U.S. withdrawal from Paris climate accord

North Korea's Ministry of Foreign Affairs has condemned President Donald Trump for pulling the United States out of the Paris agreement on climate change , dubbing it a "shortsighted and silly decision". "If we talk about responsibility, which countries created the issue of climate change?" NY and California are the only states in the cou...

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  • Rod Rosenstein, like everybody else, is 'furious' and 'amazed' at Trump's tweets
Rod Rosenstein, like everybody else, is 'furious' and 'amazed' at Trump's tweets

Inside the White House , those close to the president say he has continued to fume about the actions of Justice Department officials, his anger focused mostly on Mr. But Rosenstein recently informed his colleagues, including Brand, that he might have to recuse himself from the investigation, according to a report by ABC News .

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  • U.S. destroyer collision off Japan coast
U.S. destroyer collision off Japan coast

The damage of Philippine-registered container ship ACX Crystal is seen off Izu Oshima, Japan, after it had collided with the USS Fitzgerald southwest of Yokusuka, Japan. In Manila, the Department of Foreign Affairs (DFA) said it is closely monitoring reports of the collision between USS Fitzgerald and ACX Crystal at around 1:30 a.m.

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  • Senate Sets Timeline to Take up Repeal and Replace Legislation on ACA
Senate Sets Timeline to Take up Repeal and Replace Legislation on ACA

Unlike the House's health care repeal bill, which based the tax credits mainly on age, Senate Republicans have suggested tying them to income and even geographic location in order to make health care more affordable for low-income individuals living in areas that have expensive health care costs such as Alaska and rural America.

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  • Secret Service: We Don't Know of Any Trump Tapes
Secret Service: We Don't Know of Any Trump Tapes

Almost a dozen people from all of those walks of life told CNN they suspect it's merely Trump bluster and there's no such taping mechanism. After all, the Watergate scandal truly spiraled out of control for Nixon when investigators discovered that he had taped thousands of hours' worth of his private discussions' with aides.

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  • Russian Federation inquiry: I'm under investigation
Russian Federation inquiry: I'm under investigation

Trump after Attorney General Jeff Sessions recused himself in March. The revelation that special counsel Mueller is examining whether Trump obstructed justice came just one week after Comey confirmed that he had privately assured the president - beginning in January - that he was not personally under investigation.

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  • Gunman in congressional baseball shooting had list of names in his pocket
Gunman in congressional baseball shooting had list of names in his pocket

Hodgkinson told the YMCA on Tuesday that he wanted to cancel his membership because he was moving, the YMCA said in a statement . "An attack on one of us is an attack on all of us", Ryan said, to prolonged applause. Hodgkinson also had arrests in his background for a series of minor offenses and at least one more serious offense. In April 2006, ...

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  • Special counsel is investigating Jared Kushner's business dealings
Special counsel is investigating Jared Kushner's business dealings

The unnamed sources claim that Kushner discussed setting up a confidential line of communication between Trump and Russian officials during the Kislyak meeting. Comey confirmed that in his testimony before the Senate Intelligence Committee last week. But Trump tried to remain on the offensive yesterday, charging on Twitter that investigators...

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  • MSNBC host owns Newt Gingrich for pushing conspiracy theory about Robert Mueller
MSNBC host owns Newt Gingrich for pushing conspiracy theory about Robert Mueller

This comment comes after Gingrich made eye-popping comments earlier in the week in which he accused Mueller of being part of a "deep state" effort to bring down Trump. But Gingrich's disdain for Starr's detractors was striking when he absolutely scorched them: "There is something profoundly demeaning and destructive to have the White House systemat...

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  • Adam Hadwin set to make cut at US Open
Adam Hadwin set to make cut at US Open

Open . Johnson came in with 73, but that was not almost enough, as he finished at 4-over 148 when 145 or better was needed to advance. Day shot a 75 for a two-day total of 10-over 154, ending at 17 the longest active streak of making the cut in the majors.

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  • Judge declares mistrial in Cosby case
Judge declares mistrial in Cosby case

Meanwhile, Constand's attorneys are "confident that these proceedings have given a voice to the many victims who felt powerless and silenced", they said in a statement . 'If the court allows more accusers to testify next time, it might make a difference, ' said Allred. He did not take the stand in his own defense, leaving it to his attorne...

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