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Susan Rice denies all wrongdoing in 'unmasking' of Trump team

That's a good question ... one Rice should be compelled to answer under oath. President Donald Trump tweeted last month that Trump Tower had been wiretapped by President Obama , a claim for which there is still no evidence. Were there talks between the Trump campaign and Russian Federation about easing sanctions imposed by President Barack Obama against Russian Federation for interference in the 2016 election? In full context, it simply sounds like a national security adviser doing ... Read More

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Trump removes Bannon from National Security Council

Trump removes Bannon from National Security Council

Trump's national security adviser, Army General H.R. McMaster, was given the responsibility for setting the agenda for the council's meetings. Bloomberg reported that Bossert was essenially McMaster's #2 on the council. Despite the move, Bannon retained his security clearance, NBC said . His role as White House chief strategist followed his tenure as Trump's campaign CEO since August. Read More

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Student who choked on pancakes at contest died of asphyxia

Student who choked on pancakes at contest died of asphyxia

She often joined in fraternity and sorority festivities - including a pancake-eating contest on March 30. It was a second tragedy to hit her family after Caitlin's dad James Nelson , a NY police officer, died in the 9/11 terror attack. Officers who responded to the scene were unsuccessful in clearing her airway, Lt. Caitlin was just five-years-old at the time. Paul Nunziato, president of the Port Authority Police Benevolent Association, said, "My heart is broken for Caitlin's family". Read More

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Palestinian man shot after stabbing three Israelis

At the same time, the official said that "Netanyahu was also planning to adopt a new policy on the settlements from here on out that would take Trump's concerns into account", according to the Haaretz . In Washington, the White House avoided commenting on the announced Israeli decision. Israel's so-called security cabinet on Thursday unanimously voted in favor of the construction of the first new West Bank settlement in 20 years. Read More

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Why top-seeded Villanova was upset by Wisconsin

The Badgers did just that, as they outrebounded the Wildcats by four, which included 12 offense rebounds. Super sub freshman Donte DiVincenzo scored 15 and Jalen Brunson added 11 for Villanova. Hayes led Wisconsin with 19 points, while Bronson Koenig put up 3 three-pointers for his 17 points. He needs to play well on the interior if Florida wants to have a shot to contend inside vs. Read More

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Rep. Chaffetz on Democratic calls to investigate Rep. Nunes: 'That's ridiculous'

Virginia Sen. Mark Warner, the top Democrat on the Senate intelligence committee, said that White House meddling is not helping to "remove the cloud that increasingly is getting darker over the administration". "Whether the White House's desire to avoid a public claim of executive privilege to keep her from providing the full truth on what happened contributed to the decision to cancel today's hearing, we do not know". Read More

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Malaysian PM calls on President, VP

Malaysian PM calls on President, VP

Indian officials have in the past too discussed exploring the Malaysian model and modifying it for local use here. He said, commercial and investment relations have become the mainstay of India-Malaysia relations and there is also considerable potential for collaboration in defence production especially under the Make in India initiative. Read More

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Two US courts block Trump's second travel ban

Two US courts block Trump's second travel ban

Hours later, Judge Theodore D. Chuang of a federal court in Maryland observed that the second order was "the effectuation of the proposed Muslim ban" that Trump pledged to enact as a presidential candidate. But District Judge Derrick Watson rejected the idea that the order was not a Muslim ban, ruling it was plausible "to conclude that targeting these countries likewise targets Islam", given their Muslim populations all topped 90 percent. Read More

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Hillary Clinton attacks Donald Trump's proposed worldwide aid cuts

Hillary Clinton attacks Donald Trump's proposed worldwide aid cuts

During her speech , Clinton also cited a February letter from more than 120 retired generals and admirals urging Congress to block Trump's State Department and USAID cuts, saying they save the US from spending military dollars on wars. Clinton spoke of the progress the world has made in advancing women's rights since she addressed world leaders on that issue two decades ago at the historic United Nations gathering in Beijing. Read More

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Putin ready to meet Trump in Finland if it hosts summit

Vladimir Putin misquoted one of the most famous USA presidential catchphrases of all time on Thursday, using the garbled expression to deny his government interfered in the American presidential election. He also warned that the escalation of tensions would contradict American interests. The U.S. ambassador, he said, communicates freely with representatives of the government and major Russian companies. Read More

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South Korean court orders former president's arrest in corruption scandal

Park, South Korea's first female president, was elected in 2012 on a tide of nostalgia for the era of her late dictator father, who himself ruled for 18 years despite a swathe of alleged human rights abuses. Friday's ruling by the Seoul Central District Court means that prosecutors can immediately put Park in a detention facility. Prosecutors accuse Park of colluding with a confidante to extort big businesses, take a bribe from one of the companies and commit other wrongdoing. Read More

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Speaker shares Trump criticism of Freedom Caucus

Speaker shares Trump criticism of Freedom Caucus

Ryan also said that he anxious that the defiant Republicans would push Trump "into working with Democrats" on health care, a result that he believed would not lead to a bill adherent to conservative principles. "I'm going to let the tweet for itself", White House spokesman Sean Spicer told reporters. "If push comes to shove, that would harm the president more in his re-election efforts than it would harm Freedom Caucus members", he said. Read More

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London attack: Victim's family tell of 'difficult' time

London attack: Victim's family tell of 'difficult' time

Members of the couple's families spoke at a press conference in London on Monday. "Her health is steadily improving, and she has been strengthened by the presence of her family", Melissa's brother, Clint Payne, said. Meantime, Rachel Borland, the DLD College principal, said: "We are all deeply shocked and saddened at the news that one of the victims yesterday was a member of our staff, Aysha Frade ". Read More

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