• White House Won't Try to Block Comey's Senate Testimony
White House Won't Try to Block Comey's Senate Testimony

Some legal analysts had questioned whether Trump could have blocked Comey's testimony via executive privilege in any event. As in past hearings when he was still head of the FBI , Comey isn't expected to reveal details of the ongoing investigation into potential ties between the Trump camp and Russian Federation.

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  • Two London Bridge attackers named as Khuram Butt and Rachid Redouane
Two London Bridge attackers named as Khuram Butt and Rachid Redouane

They are withholding the name of a third terrorist. At least 10 people have been detained as part of the investigation. Flanked by Amber Rudd and Diane Abbott , Khan also accused United States President Donald Trump of seeking to divide communities in britain after he took to the social media to criticise his leadership in the wake of ...

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  • NSA contractor charged in first criminal leak case under Trump
NSA contractor charged in first criminal leak case under Trump

A new report released shows Russian hackers attacked at least one USA voting software supplier just days before the 2016 Presidential Election. But in the affidavit , the Federal Bureau of Investigation said it began investigating just last Thursday - after the news outlet contacted the government saying it had received the document anonymously ...

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  • Video review gives Nashville Predators second goal in Game 4
Video review gives Nashville Predators second goal in Game 4

Game 5 of the Stanley Cup Final is set for Thursday back in Pittsburgh, where the Penguins took the series' first two games. Nashville's first period goal was reviewed and confirmed after Mike Sullivan challenged for goalie interference.

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  • NSA contractor busted for leaking top-secret Russian document
NSA contractor busted for leaking top-secret Russian document

The report did not address whether the alleged hacking affected the election results, according to the AP . A number of redactions were then requested and agreed upon. The N.S.A.'s auditing system showed that six people had printed out the report, including Ms. Winner. Victor is slated for a detention hearing on Thursday where a judge will deter...

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  • White House aide says Russia probe 'detracts' from agenda
White House aide says Russia probe 'detracts' from agenda

The Faith and Freedom Coalition's "Road to Majority" conference announced Tuesday that the president had agreed to address the annual gathering Thursday. Executive privilege is a presidential power or a privilege provided to the president that insists on the idea that the commander-in-chief should be able to enjoy honest and confidential conversati...

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  • Harrington receives six stitches in elbow after bizarre accident
Harrington receives six stitches in elbow after bizarre accident

Jude Classic. It was not immediately apparent how serious Harrington was when he added: " Thankfully nothing was broken, just 6 stitches. Padraig Harrington thought his pro golf career was over with one swing to the elbow. The Dubliner recently finished in a tie for 31st place at the Memorial Tournament in OH but failed to secure a place in n...

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  • Third London attacker named as imams refuse to perform funeral rites
Third London attacker named as imams refuse to perform funeral rites

Butt, who was 27 years old, was a British citizen born in Pakistan. He told the BBC: "People are going to look at the front pages today and they're going to say, 'How on earth could we have let this guy or possibly more through the net?'" The Italian newspaper Corriere della Serra said Zaghba was stopped at a Bologna airport in 2016 with a one-...

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  • Man dies after swimming with new tattoo
Man dies after swimming with new tattoo

He was immediately placed on a ventilator to help him breathe and given potent antibiotics. Doctors believed he had been infected with the bacteria vibrio vulnificus , which lives in warm waters on the coast. But around two months later his condition had worsened again and complications related to kidney failure, liver damage and tissue dest...

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  • Gunman Arrested for Shooting 5-Year-Old Boy on His Birthday
Gunman Arrested for Shooting 5-Year-Old Boy on His Birthday

Investigators say the gunman was in a dispute with another man when he fired at least five shots, striking the boy in front of 1138 Washington Avenue while he was waiting for the auto. Police sources tell the Daily News that surveillance video shows the frightened boy trying to back away after getting caught between the two shouting men.

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  • Warriors cruise past Cavs in Kerr's return
Warriors cruise past Cavs in Kerr's return

Nashville, for instance, was the eighth and last seed in the Western Conference, but was able to sweep top-seeded Chicago in the first round, before beating St. "That's what make it so much fun - to feel the energy of The Finals". "That hasn't happened in a while", he said. "Implore them to win it for me because it's not important for them to win...

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  • Acting US ambassador to China resigns over Trump's Paris decision
Acting US ambassador to China resigns over Trump's Paris decision

Resigned: David Rank , charge d'affaires, US Embassy Beijing . The State Department denies Rank resigned over the Paris agreement as reported on Monday. It was not immediately clear whether he would be offered another post at the department. Previously, he had been a political counselor at the U.S.

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  • White House Defends Trump Criticisms of London Mayor
White House Defends Trump Criticisms of London Mayor

Mr Trump tweeted after the murders on Saturday night with mockery of Mr Khan's appeal to Londoners not to be alarm by an increased police presence on the streets and transport system. Trump has yet to name an Ambassador to the Court of St. James, which seems to be the course he has taken in not naming heads of many departments and agencies in h...

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  • Hammer attack reported near Notre Dame Cathedral in Paris
Hammer attack reported near Notre Dame Cathedral in Paris

French police evacuated the area outside the Notre Dame cathedral in central Paris on Tuesday after an officer was attacked. One policeman was injured in the attack. "We are with our 2 terrified children". France is still in a state of emergency following the Paris attacks in November 2015, in which 130 people were killed.

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  • Former FBI chief due to testify before the Senate Intelligence Committee
Former FBI chief due to testify before the Senate Intelligence Committee

Trump's conversations with Mr. Comey show that the president was trying to obstruct the F.B.I.'s investigation into Mr. Flynn, who is under scrutiny for calls he had with the Russian ambassador and for work he did for a firm that had ties to the Turkish government.

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  • Shoplifter busted with 15 bottles of motor oil in his pants
Shoplifter busted with 15 bottles of motor oil in his pants

Detective Phil Ryan happened to be parked outside a 7-Eleven in North Lakeland on Thursday afternoon when he witnessed what may be the greatest feat known to mankind involving a pair of jeans, 15 quarts of oil and 30 DVDs. Hall was booked on felony petit theft. Normally it would be a misdemeanor, but he has been convicted twice before for the same ...

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  • Comey expected to testify openly about Trump discussions, but limited on Russian Federation
Comey expected to testify openly about Trump discussions, but limited on Russian Federation

US President Donald Trump will not invoke executive privilege to block former FBI Director James Comey's much-anticipated testimony before Congress this week, his first since Trump abruptly fired him early last month. CNN has not viewed the memo but did have the memo described by sources familiar with the matter. "The committee looks ...

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  • Cardin calls Trump tweet on London mayor ‘bizarre’
Cardin calls Trump tweet on London mayor ‘bizarre’

The Justice Department declined to comment. British police on Monday made several arrests in two dawn raids following the June 3 London attacks, claimed by the Islamic State group which left seven people dead. "I don't see that the president is picking a fight with the mayor of London at all", said spokeswoman Sarah Huckabee Sanders. "T...

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  • Kremlin denies accusations that Russian Federation tried to hack USA voting equipment
Kremlin denies accusations that Russian Federation tried to hack USA voting equipment

There is no evidence that votes were affected by the hack. The NSA has a large facility in Georgia. He said Moscow categorically denies "the possibility" of the Russian government being behind it. "People who are trusted with classified information and pledge to protect it must be held accountable when they violate that obligation", said Deputy Att...

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  • Fired factory worker kills five at former Florida workplace
Fired factory worker kills five at former Florida workplace

Demings described the suspect as a "disgruntled" former employee who was sacked in April 2017. "One of the surviving witnesses said [Neumann] pointed the gun at her and told her to get out of there", he said. The top headlines from JournalStar.com. MSNBC appeared not to mention the shooting at all, according to a HuffPost review of Monday's pro...

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