• As Growing Calls to Impeach Trump Loom, Watch James Comey Testify Live
As Growing Calls to Impeach Trump Loom, Watch James Comey Testify Live

Green's call for impeachment comes as support to remove Trump from office is higher than his approval rating. The process of impeachment of USA officials at the federal level, including the President, is initiated and conducted by the legislature i.e.

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  • Two Knox County deputies shot serving warrant; suspect killed
Two Knox County deputies shot serving warrant; suspect killed

When deputies attempted to make contact with Bays, both deputies Liford and Hudson were shot. Bays was shot and killed on the scene, the news station reported. Police say both deputies returned fire, killing Bays. Preliminary investigation indicates that Deputy Keith Liford and Deputy Claude Hudson were at the residence attempting to serve an i...

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

The judges said the president violated USA immigration law by discriminating against people based on their nationality and that Trump failed to show their entry into the country would hurt American interests. The state says the policy is unconstitutional because it shows anti-Muslim bias. Specifically, a central challenge to the travel ban is a p...

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  • Psychiatrist: Carter followed Roy into 'very dark place'
Psychiatrist: Carter followed Roy into 'very dark place'

Carter also had phone conversations with Roy while he was executing his plan to kill himself, wherein the defendant commanded him to get back into the truck when Roy said that he was scared. Peter Breggin testifies during the trial of Michelle Carter Taunton, Mass ., Monday, June 12, 2017. "My negative thoughts have controlled me to the point wh...

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  • Chris Holtmann introduced at Ohio State as new head coach
Chris Holtmann introduced at Ohio State as new head coach

Johnson has been a member of the Butler basketball program since 2007, when he was first named an assistant men's basketball coach heading into the first season with Brad Stevens as head coach. Ohio State was 17-15 last season and 7-11 in the Big Ten, and missed the NCAA Tournament in 2016 and 2017. Pedon has also coached all over the state, includ...

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  • Candidates for governor run on different priorities
Candidates for governor run on different priorities

He's been critical of Democratic rival Lt. Gov. Ralph Northam for owning stock in Dominion Energy, a major utility company that's trying to build one of the pipelines. This report, provided by Virginia Public Radio , was made possible with support from the Virginia Education Association . A variety of Virginia politicos to whom CNN spoke peg...

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  • Attorney General Sessions to face US Senate panel in public
Attorney General Sessions to face US Senate panel in public

Gen. Michael Flynn , who until hours earlier had been Trump's national security adviser. He told reporters last week that he would discuss the possibility "in the very near future". Spicer is also refusing to say whether tapes exist of the president's conversations with FBI Director James Comey before Trump fired him. But the former Federal Bu...

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  • United States showing signs of unleashing 'nuclear war': North Korea
United States showing signs of unleashing 'nuclear war': North Korea

North Korea has rejected all sanctions imposed against it since it conducted its first nuclear test in 2006, claiming such measures encroach on its sovereignty and right to self-defense. "We must do more to build on the success of today's test to truly keep Americans and their allies safe from the threat of ballistic missile attack", said Mike Rog...

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  • 5 of the Biggest Challenges GE's Jeff Immelt Faced As CEO
5 of the Biggest Challenges GE's Jeff Immelt Faced As CEO

He has spent nearly half his career living outside of the United States, running GE units in South America and Asia. Immelt was known for steering the successful conglomerate through the recent financial crisis, despite the fact that the company's shares have dropped by at least 29% and have risen by 3.6% in premarket trading since Flannery's a...

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  • Sessions' plans to testify surprised Senate intelligence
Sessions' plans to testify surprised Senate intelligence

But Sessions apparently wanted to testify in public, to help clear the air. Sessions, an early and ardent supporter of US President Donald Trump's 2016 election campaign, would be the highest government official to testify before the Senate intelligence committee in its probe of allegations that Russian Federation may have sought to interfere...

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  • Gorsuch has unanimous first opinion for Supreme Court
Gorsuch has unanimous first opinion for Supreme Court

The attorneys general of Washington D.C. and the state of Maryland said Trump's "wide-ranging business entanglements" violated the constitution's emoluments clauses, which prohibit the chief executive from receiving payments, gifts, or titles from foreign governments.

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  • NCGA Applauds Trump for Prioritizing Infrastructure
NCGA Applauds Trump for Prioritizing Infrastructure

Trump said he saw first-hand during his time on the campaign trail, crumbling infrastructure, and met with communities who are desperate for new roads and new bridges. "We're actually calling it Infrastructure Week in this administration, and today I have the honor to kick off our very first summit focused on infrastructure".

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  • Maryland, DC attorneys general sue Trump over business ties
Maryland, DC attorneys general sue Trump over business ties

In January , Trump announced that he would hand his business over to his sons Donald Trump Jr . and Eric Trump and to Alan Weisselberg - a longtime Trump business executive - through a financial trust, in an effort to eliminate potential conflicts of interests .

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  • Trump tweets: Fired FBI director is 'a leaker'
Trump tweets: Fired FBI director is 'a leaker'

Trump, when asked about the possibility of those tapes during a press conference on Friday afternoon, would not rule out his earlier claim that his conversations with Comey may have been recorded. Mr Trump also said he never asked Mr Comey for a pledge of loyalty. "It was clear that the president asked Mr Comey to do an inappropriate action, an...

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  • Trump's 'Infrastructure Week' met with resistance around $1 trillion plan
Trump's 'Infrastructure Week' met with resistance around $1 trillion plan

He added, "If I was in that party, I wouldn't be doing it that way, that's why they lost the House, the Senate and the White House". The cumulative effect of Trump's daily stomping on his own aide's plans and statements means a week that White House officials intended as the start of the president fulfilling his campaign pledge to rebuild the...

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  • Jeff Sessions testifies: What to expect from Tuesday's Senate Intelligence Committee hearing
Jeff Sessions testifies: What to expect from Tuesday's Senate Intelligence Committee hearing

Sarah Isgur Flores, the spokeswoman for the Department of Justice, said that Sessions preferred a public testimony because it is important for Americans to hear the truth directly from the AG, Bloomberg reported . A day later, in a meeting at the White House with top Russian officials, Trump referred to Comey as a "nut job" and shared ...

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  • AG Sessions to face questions on Comey firing, Russia
AG Sessions to face questions on Comey firing, Russia

Democratic Senate leader Chuck Schumer and fellow Democratic Senator Jack Reed questioned yesterday why Sessions was involved in Trump's May 9 dismissal of Comey after he had recused himself from investigations of whether Russian Federation tried to meddle in the 2016 presidential election with possible help from Trump associates.

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  • Interracial families celebrate 50 years since 'Loving v. Virginia' with #LovingDay posts
Interracial families celebrate 50 years since 'Loving v. Virginia' with #LovingDay posts

The survey was conducted from February 28, 2017, to March 12, 2017. As one of the attorneys of Loving , Bernard Cohen, told the Supreme Court , Richard and Mildred Loving could not "go to sleep at night knowing that the sheriff will not be knocking on their door or shining a light in their face in the privacy of their bedroom for illicit co-h...

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  • Hundreds reflect on anniversary of Pulse nightclub shooting
Hundreds reflect on anniversary of Pulse nightclub shooting

She plans to build a memorial at the site of the nightclub, which has been closed since the tragedy. Outside Pulse, hundreds of people dropped off flowers, drawings and cards. Anderson was a friend and former co-worker of shooting victim Xavier Serrano Rosado, who was one of 49 people killed by Omar Mateen. Jeannine Williams used to live within...

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  • U.S. shoots down mock warhead over Pacific
U.S. shoots down mock warhead over Pacific

More than just the maturing of the missile defense shield, the Tuesday's successful test was the first conducted to simulate a nuclear warhead from North Korea heading towards the United States - the reason why the dummy missile was blasted off from the Pacific Ocean.

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