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Sen. Graham: Trump-Russia probe seems to be criminal investigation

Comey was then fired by Trump as the investigation continued. They included media reports that Trump discussed sensitive intelligence on Islamic State with Russia's foreign minister. Trump later told news anchors at the White House that Mueller's appointment was a "very, very negative thing", adding: "I believe it hurts our country terribly, because it shows we're a divided, mixed-up, not-unified country".

Feds say 83 gang leaders, members arrested in 5-state raid

Some of the charges include murder , narcotics distribution and federal racketeering conspiracy. Of the 83 people charged, 27 are already in jail and 10 are still at large. They say most of the arrests were made in Charlotte. Among the details included in federal documents is the fact that the gang, founded in the early 70s, has a military-like set up, with each member having a rank, and an authority centralized in NY and the NY prison system.

Ivanka Trump 'receives permission to fly on Sabbath' for father's trip

Donald Trump's son-in-law Jared Kushner. Ultimately, the two sides were able to reach an agreement on a weapons package that amounts to $110 billion in tanks, fighter jets, combat ships and the THAAD missile defense system, according to the White House.

Trump's First Oversees Trip As President

The second message is "Trump's and his administration's desire to express confidence in the traditional allies of America" and the third message is "a new era in USA foreign policy". Turki Aldakhil, who runs the Saudi-owned Al-Arabiya news channel, wrote that Trump's visit restores "what Obama ruined". This is an important statement as well, given that past year the President threatened to pull out of North Atlantic Treaty Organisation altogether.

Porn streaming at train station may be work of hackers

Someone reportedly hacked the screen and screened an explicit video from PornHub, the popular free pornography site. At one point a woman cautiously approaches the board and tries to figure out how to turn it off. An employee who answered the phone at the Union Station restaurant Tuesday afternoon said they weren't working Monday so they didn't have more information about what went down.

Roger Ailes Dead at 77 After Suffering Fall

The founder of Fox News and longtime Republican political operative had a profound influence on American life, building Fox News into a powerhouse that transformed the media landscape and conservative politics. The lawsuit quickly triggered accounts from more than 20 women with similar stories. Neither Ailes' wife nor Fox released any details on the circumstances of his death.

In DR Congo Nearly 70 prisoners flee in second jail break

Ne Muanda Nsemi, the self-styled Congolese prophet and leader of the Bundu dia Kongo movement whose supporters led the attack, remains at large, Mpayi said.Bundu dia Kongo representatives have denied responsibility for the attack. Police are suspected to have shot dead several prisoners, witnesses added. The pre-dawn attack was carried out by followers of Bundu Dia Kongo (BDK ), a secessionist rebel group that rejects Kinshasa's authority and wants to set up a parallel state in the west of ...

White House moves to limit damage of latest Trump controversy

USA intelligence suspects that Russian President Vladimir Putin orchestrated a sweeping campaign to tilt the vote in the Republican's favor. ‪"I don't get all wee-wee'd up about this", said Rep. Mark R. Warner of Virginia. "It is essential that we find new leadership for the Federal Bureau of Investigation that restores public trust and confidence in its vital law enforcement mission", Trump states in a letter addressed to Comey.

Assange Case Could Be Relaunched If He Returns to Sweden Before 2020

I do not forgive or forget". Mr Assange believes he faces extradition to the United States for questioning over the activities of WikiLeaks if he leaves the embassy. The UK government declined to comment Friday on whether the US has asked for Assange's extradition, but last month US Attorney General Jeff Sessions said Assange's arrest was a "priority".

German leaders court migrants from Russia ahead of election

The draft is expected to be approved by the SPD's party leadership next week and is likely to be adopted at a party congress on June 25. Macron, who assumed office a day earlier, said he would work closely with Merkel on a "road map" to reform the European Union and the eurozone , adding that "there is absolutely no taboo for us here".

US Navy veteran charged with murder after deadly Times Square mayhem

Officials and sources say Rojas, who has a history of DWI arrests, made a U-turn on Seventh Avenue at 42nd Street and started speeding down the sidewalk for about 3-and-a-half blocks, mowing down pedestrians before crashing into a traffic pole.

Mexico's president calls for more protection of journalists

Valdez Cárdenas was an internationally recognized journalist who specialized in reporting on drug-trafficking and organized crime in Mexico. In the past reporters, were kidnapped or killed in secret, but recent victims such as Valdez have been gunned down on the street, in broad daylight.

Meet Omar, who might be the longest cat in the world

Omar measures 120 centimeters (47.4 inches) in length and tips the scales at 14 kilograms (30 pounds). The current record holder is UK-based Ludo , also a ME coon, which measured in at 118.33cm long in October 2015. Stories about Omar spread across the internet, prompting a call to his owner - Stephanie Hirst - from the Guinness Book of World Records. However, the "placid" pet has not coped well with the media scrutiny, Ms Hirst told the BBC .

North Korea accuses Central Intelligence Agency of plotting to kill Kim Jong

Photos of the military drill, which was observed by North Korean leader Kim John-un, were released by the North Korea's state owned news agency, KCNA , on Sunday. Pyongyang accuses United States and South Korea spy agencies of attempt to assassinate country's leader with biochemical weapons. In a bid to cut off Pyongyang's access to hard currency, the measure sanctions persons or entities that import North Korean coal, iron or iron ore beyond United Nations -imposed limits, or that ...

Tories claim they could win 15 seats in Scotland at general election

It won 32.3% of the vote, while the Conservatives secured 25.2% and Labour 20.2%. Speaking ahead of her campaign launch in Rutherglen, South Lanarkshire, Scottish Labour leader Kezia Dugdale said: "The council elections showed people are turning away from the SNP, because they are fed up with the nationalists' attempt to force another divisive referendum".

Macron poised to launch next stage of his French 'revolution'

Icon Books is to publish a "careful examination" of Emmanuel Macron, the 39 year-old president-elect of France, by freelance journalist Adam Plowright. The head of the En Marche! commission in charge of deciding on the movement's candidates told broadcaster Europe 1 that Valls "does not fulfil the criteria" to be a candidate.

Led warplanes hit Syria forces

Russian Deputy Foreign Minister Gennady Gatilov on Friday described the attacks as "unacceptable", which also claimed the lives of civilians. Russian Federation on Friday condemned strikes by the US-led coalition against Syrian forces as "unacceptable", state media reported, after the bombing of pro-government troops.

Syria says US airstrike killed several soldiers near Jordan

There have been reports in recent days of Syrian forces and Iranian-backed Hezbollah fighters moving south and east from regime strongholds in the direction of al-Tanf, but this was the closest the two sides have come to date. -Sarah El Deeb in Beirut and Lolita Baldor in Washington. Also on Thursday, SANA reported that Assad met with Iraq's national security adviser Faleh al-Fayad to discuss steps to improve coordination between their countries' militaries in the anti-terrorism campaign ...

Swedish prosecutors drop rape probe against WikiLeaks's Assange

The Ecuadorian government is to step up efforts to allow Mr Assange to continue his asylum in its country after Sweden's Director of Public Prosecutions Marianne Ny said she had made a decision to "discontinue" her investigation. She told a press conference in Stockholm that the investigation could be reopened if Mr Assange returns to Sweden before the allegation against him elapses under Swedish law in August 2020.

Trump denies any collusion between his campaign and Russian Federation

White House and campaign records may be subpoenaed, and Trump's presidential privilege to keep West Wing conversations private could be challenged. Current and former staffers will likely have to hire pricey lawyers and sit for interviews. Still, he is not subject to the day-to-day supervision of the Justice Department. In the 1990s, President Bill Clinton was engulfed by an independent counsel investigation that started as a probe into failed land deals but ultimately exposed his affair ...

Basquiat painting fetches record $110.5 million at NY auction

In India rupees, applying an exchange rate of ₹64.80, it translates to a staggering ₹716 crores. The winning bidder plans to make the painting the centrepiece of a new museum - a great relief to fans of the artist, considering that the work has been under wraps since it was last sold in May 1984 for $19,000.

Text of Swedish prosecutor's decision to drop Assange probe

He has been there ever since, fearing that if he was in custody he might ultimately be extradited to the United States for his role at the helm of WikiLeaks , which has enraged governments around the world by publishing tens of thousands of leaked classified USA documents.

Adults brawl at high school graduation

The man who shot this video told WREG the fight started over a seat. She's the woman reportedly at the center of the commotion, seen on the viral video throwing punches at other parents and even grabbing another woman's hair as graduates marched inside.

U.S. aircraft strikes pro-Assad forces in Syria

But a statement on Syrian state news agency Sana said that the air strikes at 16:30 (13:30 GMT) on Thursday had targeted one of the "military points" of its army. Assad condemned that us strike on a Syrian airfield as "reckless", "irresponsible" and "short-sighted". This is totally unacceptable; it is a violation of Syrian sovereignty.

Syrian Army confirms US strike on military convoy

Russia's Deputy Foreign Minister Gennady Gatilov said the strikes were "completely unacceptable", according to state-run news agency Ria Novosti. Separately, Syria's military supported by Russian Federation and Iranian-backed militias are fighting against the militant group only sporadically, preferring to instead focus their efforts against pro-democracy rebel factions across the country.

Jean-Claude Juncker: 'English is losing importance'

British ministers blasted the European Commission on Friday, accusing EU officials of trying to "bully" the United Kingdom ahead of two years of grueling negotiations. European Council president Donald Tusk said: "These negotiations are hard enough as they are". "Despite the successes and despite the growth, our British friends have chose to leave the European Union, which is a tragedy", Juncker said, adding that while the European Union has its weaknesses, the British decision to leave ...

Special Counsel Confronts Task Of Overseeing FBI's Russia Investigation

He misstated the record on jobs and a violent national gang as well as on the matter that prompted the Justice Department a day earlier to appoint a special counsel with wide-ranging powers to investigate the Trump campaign and Russian Federation.

Just 29% of Americans approve of Trump's decision to fire Comey

That's not idle bragging or exaggeration on Trump's part, either ― Spicer's briefings, notorious for their awkwardness, combativeness, and a slew of false and misleading statements, have drawn more viewers that some daytime TV shows . "We have to ask ourselves what is the right thing to do and then do it". Comey had told Congress that Abedin had sent "hundreds and thousands" of emails to her husband's laptop, including some with classified information.

Deputy AG to brief Senate on Mueller nod; Trump unhappy with move

Trump strongly disagreed. The appointment, he said in a briefing with news anchors, "hurts our country terribly". And I think it's a very, very negative thing. of developing "political schizophrenia". Now Mueller will have almost unfettered access to witnesses and information, and the ability to bring criminal charges.

J&K: Arun Jaitley reviews security, hails 'domination, readiness' of Armed Forces

He said that the government would want the average Kashmir citizen irrespective of his politics to be on the Indian side of the debate. About his visit to the Line of Control in north Kashmir's Baramulla district, he said: "I compliment the Army for its preparedness and enthusiasm".

SANA: Syria, Iraq discuss direct cooperation against Islamic State

Fifteen of the dead have so far been identified as non-combatants and 27 as pro-government fighters, the Observatory said. The official Sana news agency said 52 residents had been killed and 45 injured when the death cult's fighters stormed the village of Aqarab al-Safiyeh east of the town of Salamiyeh.

Malden school faces state ACLU complaint

So along with his wife Colleen, Aaron agreed to let the girls get their hair braided. The next day, the girls were called to the office for a "uniform infraction". "Our policy on hair extensions, which tend to be very expensive, is consistent with, and a part of, the educational environment that we believe is so important to our students' success".

Chibok girls released in Boko Haram swap

In spite of that Grace is "praying to God that is, I am praying that may God help us maybe my niece she is among those girls". The government has published a list of the girls' names, and parents in Chibok, some 900 kilometers northeast of the capital, are slowly learning if their daughters were among those freed .

U.S. releases 2 Turkish bodyguards after violence

In its protest against Trump's decision, Turkey's foreign minister demanded Thursday that Trump dismiss the US envoy in charge of the anti-IS coalition, Brett McGurk. He went on to call for a diplomatic response from the USA and said the government should press charges against Turkish officials involved in the brawl.

Anti-government protests claim another life in Venezuela

The opposition has accused the government of violently repressing protests by Venezuelans demanding early elections to remove Maduro from power. That action, which was later reversed in the face of global criticism and street protests , was one of a half-dozen rulings by the court that USA officials say "interfere with or limit the National Assembly's authority".

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