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Trump says he didn't tape of conversations with Comey

Also in January, a leaked dossier authored by a former MI6 agent alleged that Moscow had compromising materials on Trump that could be used to blackmail him. When CBS News correspondent Julianna Goldman asked Sanders if the president meant to threaten Comey with the tweet, she replied, "Not that I'm aware of". Read More »

Valls And Le Pen Reelected To French Parliament


The real victory will be in five years time when things will have really changed". The new parliament will be almost six years younger on average, have a record 224 women lawmakers, and will be strikingly more varied in background - if politically less experienced. Read More »

Gov. Ivey addresses Tropical Depression Cindy


Cindy is expected to move across western and northern Louisiana and into southeastern Arkansas between Thursday night and Friday morning, according to the National Weather Service. Some other drivers, though, were pulling over Thursday morning and not attempting to navigate the flooded roads in Cameron Parish, Louisiana. "We don't anticipate any state offices being closed on Friday ". Read More »

Lawyers seek to free inmate featured in 'Making a Murderer'


Deadline said that back in August, US Magistrate Judge William Duffin overturned the conviction on Dassey, and ruled that the confession used to convict Dassey was involuntary. Attorney Laura Nirider said they want to send Dassey home to his mother as soon as possible. The judge also ordered that Dassey would have to disclose where he would be living, but that information would be kept from the public for his own safety. Read More »

Iran's Missile Strikes on ISIS, Strong Warning to US: Syrian Minister

Women are seen inside the parliament during an attack in central Tehran, Iran, June 7, 2017. More than 170 "terrorists" including some commanders were killed in the missile strike, their statement said. Parliament speaker said that the attack on ISIS was a message to the U.S. and Israel. Defense Minister Avigdor Liberman echoed his sentiments, telling his Yisrael Beitenu faction that "Israel is not anxious. Read More »

Senate Republicans just lost a key vote on their healthcare bill


The bill's impact on personal health care costs would be uneven: Premiums would likely go down for younger people, but older people would pay more . Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell has indicated that the Congressional Budget Office scoring of the bill won't be released until next week. Read More »

Trump adviser who advocated violence visits White House

Baldasaro advised the Trump campaign on veterans issues and served as a delegate for then-candidate Trump at the Republican National Convention. "We've seen this, and frankly, as far as I'm concerned - I know the president and first lady weighed on Kathy Griffin's comments ". Read More »

Charles Krauthammer: The great Muslim civil war -- and us

The area is far from the main battle lines of Syria's civil war, which still rages. Two other times this month the USA has shot down Iranian-made drones in southern Syria that were deemed to pose a threat to US and partner forces. The US military said it will work on de-escalating the situation, with Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff Gen. Joseph F. Dunford Jr. saying on Monday that the United States will work diplomatically and militarily "to re-establish de-confliction", but the Russian ... Read More »

Tropical Storm Cindy Knocks Out Power to Thousands


Forecasters are trying to determine how many tornadoes touched down in Alabama as remnants of Tropical Storm Cindy moved north from the Gulf Coast. Cindy formed as a tropical storm in the Gulf of Mexico earlier in the week, made landfall Thursday on the Texas-Louisiana line and was downgraded as it took aim at the nation's interior and moved inland. Read More »

Juncker: May's Brexit offer on residency rights to EU citizens 'insufficient'


May, who revealed her proposals to leaders on Thursday, was forced to defend her stance as Europe's politicians left the PM with little doubt of their disappointment. The group said the United Kingdom offer lacked the lifetime guarantee of rights and enforcement by the European Court of Justice included in the formal proposal already tabled by the EU. Read More »

Germany spied on the White House over years

Germany's foreign intelligence agency, reportedly monitored email addresses at the White House with a list of some 4,000 selector keywords between 1998 and 2006. Hundreds of foreign embassies as well as global organization like the worldwide Monetary Fund were not spared, Spiegel said. But to the great embarrassment of Germany, it later emerged that the BND helped the NSA spy on European allies. Read More »

Will contest presidential poll based on ideology: Opposition

By putting forward Kovind's name as the next president of Rashtrapati Bhavan, the BJP has won a bagful of brownie points with the Dalit community. Recently, almost 30 ruling party MLAs had called on Dhinakaran post his release on bail in the Election Commission bribery case, triggering speculation that one more faction could emerge. Read More »

Russia Strikes Key Islamic State Group Targets in Syria

The Russian diplomat said earlier on Thursday that Russia considered the downing of the Syrian Air Force Su-22 warplane by the US-led coalition as a flagrant violation of the global law, the principles of sovereignty and territorial integrity of Syria, which required a thorough investigation. Read More »

Govt rounds up votes on schools plan


Simon Birmingham has stared down a campaign from the Catholic sector. The move should help smooth over divisions in the Coalition party room but carries the risk of inflaming the private school sector and damaging the prospect of a deal with the Greens... Read More »

British PM Theresa May defends proposals for European Union citizens living in Britain


The Dublin regulation is a European Union law that determines which member nation is responsible for processing the requests of asylum seekers from outside the bloc. The EU is cracking down on immigration following a spike in arrivals across the Mediterranean since 2014. The EU leaders emphasised that Brexit talks should be conducted between the EU's chief negotiator, Michel Barnier, and the UK's Brexit minister, David Davis, instead of at summits. Read More »

Bombings at market in northwest Pakistan kill 15


Police officials said nine policemen were among the dead. "Our attacks will continue until a true sharia system is enforced in Pakistan", the spokesman said, referring to Islamic law. Officials said body parts of the suspected bomber, strewn across the site of the blast, were being collected along with other evidence for forensic examination. Read More »

Police carry demonstrators away from protest


U.S. Capitol Police said 43 were arrested and the department nd would make an announcement about the number of arrests and charges later in the day, spokeswoman Eva Malecki said. The protesters were headed back to Rochester Friday morning, but Woodward said they're not going to remain silent. Alison Barkoff - director of advocacy for the Center for Public Representation - helped organize the protest . Read More »

Death of freed USA student mystery, says N.Korea

The 22-year-old was arrested in North Korea in January 2016 while travelling with a tour group. Mr Warmbier was released earlier this month and returned to the US, where he was described as being in a "state of unresponsive wakefulness". Read More »