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Schiff Says Congress Won't Allow President To Fire Mueller

Ruddy, a close friend of the president's , said he thought the move would be a "very significant mistake", while expressing concern over potential conflicts of interest that could impede Mueller's investigation. Policy-makers created new limits on the investigator's power and placed it under the accountability of the government. Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein returns to Capitol Hill on Tuesday for public hearings in front of the budget-writing appropriations committees for the ... Read More »

Trump Says He Looks Forward to Working With Theresa May

One electoral district is still not final. There was also British-Nigerian Chi Onwurah, who was elected for Newcastle, the first general election constituency to declare Thursday night. And the objective of its campaign seemed to be not to get close even to winning the election but simply to avoid some sort of complete wipeout. May had advocated a " hard Brexit " - a withdrawal that includes a clean break from the European Union's single market and customs union. Read More »

May fighting to hang on after gamble fails

In the early weeks of the campaign, May's gamble seemed to be paying off. Many predicted May would soon be gone. At the time, Conservatives had a four-seat majority (51% of all 650 seats) in the House of Commons. Antipathy among a majority of Britons to uncontrolled immigration has not receded. Since the election, most of the members of May's cabinet have kept quiet on the issue of her future, adding to speculation that her days as prime minister are numbered. Read More »

Attorney General Jeff Sessions to publicly testify Tuesday

Sessions requested that the hearing at the Senate Intelligence Committee be public, Xinhua quoted a Justice Department spokesperson as saying. The attorney general is also expected to push back on the notion that he committed perjury when he denied having had any communications with Russians during the presidential campaign a year ago, the source said. Read More »

Why Wenger Was Not Sacked - Arsenal CEO, Gazidis

Majority owner Stan Kroenke said the club's "ambition" was to "win the Premier League and other major trophies in Europe". "It's what we all want and I know it's what our fans around the world demand". The Gunners have had their share of ups and downs this season as they finished fifth with no Champions League qualification. Arsenal have reportedly already sealed a pre-contractual agreement for Schalke full-back Sead Kolasinac on a free-transfer and have also agreed terms to sign ... Read More »

Republicans urge Trump on tapes; Sessions to testify Tues

The senator from NY is salivating over the notion of President Donald Trump testifying under oath about his interactions with fired Federal Bureau of Investigation director James Comey , as the president has said he is willing to do. Feinstein said the Judiciary Committee should investigate. Sessions has been dogged by questions about possible additional encounters with the ambassador, Sergey Kislyak. Read More »

British PM Seeks Minority Government Following Election Losses

The Conservatives lost their parliamentary majority in Thursday's election. Embattled British Prime Minister Theresa May appointed ministers to her shaky government Sunday, as some Conservative colleagues rallied to support her - and others said her days were numbered after last week's disastrous election . Read More »

London Bridge attackers 'may have planned siege'

Detectives are trying to establish which store the knives were bought from and then, via CCTV footage, to see who got them, whether they were alone and where they went afterwards. As reported by Blasting News, London police said on Saturday that Butt had tried to rent a much larger, 7.5-ton truck on June 3, but his payment was not accepted, leading him to rent the smaller white van used in the attack . Read More »

US Senate agrees on new Russia sanctions

The Senate late Monday evening unveiled a package of additional economic sanctions on Russian Federation, aiming to punish Moscow for its military activities in Europe and the Middle East as well as its alleged attempts to interfere in democratic elections across the West. Read More »

US Secret Service says it doesn't have any Trump tapes

Still, its not a definitive answer: While the Secret Service has handled such recordings for other presidents, including Richard Nixon, it's possible another agency is now doing that. He told reporters last week that he would discuss the possibility "in the very near future". "White House aides have declined to answer questions about whether there are tapes, with press secretary Sean Spicer saying he was "not aware" and his deputy, Sarah Huckabee Sanders, saying she didn't know and then ... Read More »

Instagram Will Now Let You Take Down Your Posts Without Deleting Them

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The best part? Only you can see your archived posts, so you don't have to worry about any prying eyes trying to look through your old (and potentially embarrassing) content. It exclusively will be visible in the archived section of your profile that only you can see. Instagram doesn't notify others of your archiving and unarchiving habits at all, so you're able to move things in and out as much as you'd like. Read More »

EU's Brexit negotiator puts pressure on UK

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Mrs May was attempting to thrash out a pact with Mrs Foster at a meeting in Downing Street to prevent the collapse of her administration. May vowed to stay on despite the poor results, and on Sunday unveiled a largely unchanged new cabinet, which met for the first time on Monday. Read More »

Trump "100%" willing to testify under oath

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After Trump fired Comey, the Justice Department appointed Mueller, also a former FBI director, to oversee the investigation into whether Russian Federation coordinated with Trump campaign associates during the 2016 election. Trump said the former Federal Bureau of Investigation director's exchange with lawmakers during Thursday's hearing before the Senate Intelligence Committee showed there was "no collusion, no obstruction". Read More »

Delta ends sponsorship over 'Trump' scene

The Public Theater's website described the Roman ruler as "a force unlike any the city has seen". "We are a sponsor of the Public Theater and our sponsorship goes directly to advertising and marketing for their Downtown Season, which takes place from September - April in their downtown theaters", she said . Read More »

Theresa May says she'll stick to Brexit timetable

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To many, her silence was seen as weak and further damaged her reputation in the public's eye days before the election. "The mandate she has got is lost Conservative seats, lost votes, lost support and lost confidence", he said . For Anthony Gardner, the former US ambassador to the E.U. and now a visiting fellow at the Robert Schuman Centre of the European University Institute, the sheer difficulties a weakened new government will face could end in the hardest Brexit of all - the negotiating ... Read More »

The UK's 'Hung Parliament' and what it means for Brexit

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When May called the vote which was held on Thursday, polls said the Conservatives would score an decisive victory and effectively push Britain's Labor Party onto the scrap heap. In the USA, the major media helped keep Bernie from the Democratic nomination mostly by giving him relatively little coverage. European leaders grappled with the question: what next? The Prime Minister called the General Election to try and boost her mandate ahead of Brexit negotiations. Read More »

Second Scottish Referendum Unlikely After Voters Punish SNP

The Telegraph reported that aides to Ruth Davidson were working on a deal to separate the Scottish party after it boosted the number of Tory MPs from one to 13. She lost her parliamentary majority following a late surge for left-wing Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn. The SNP will now have 35 seats, compared to the 56 it held before. Read More »

Cosby won't testify, defense rests in sex assault trial

Jury deliberations resume Tuesday in the sexual assault trial of comedian Bill Cosby , after the prosecution and defense presented their closing arguments on Monday. She sat in the front row, across the aisle from Ms Constand , who did not react to Mr McMonagle's two-hour closing, but smiled at the end of it. Jurors heard Cosby's recollection of the incident with Constand through previous statements to police and civil trial testimony, in which he admitted to giving her pills before ... Read More »

Trump declares 'total vindication' in tweet on Comey

Trump was addressing reporters for the first time since Thursday's explosive testimony in which Comey branded the president a liar , and said he was sacked over his handling of the Federal Bureau of Investigation probe into Russian election meddling. Read More »

'Bernie Would Have Won': Sanders Supporters See Hope In UK Election

Exit polls predicted the Conservative Party would win 318 seats in Britain's 650-seat Parliament and the left-wing opposition Labour Party 267 - a race with no clear victor. She had been executing a political strategy that prevented the Brexit debate from being reopened. "What we know now is that [May] offers precisely nothing as a leader, either to the Tories or the country". Read More »