• Former Trump aide ordered to jail after bail revoked
Former Trump aide ordered to jail after bail revoked

But I feel so - I tell you, I feel a little badly about it. " This is not about politics ", she said. "This hearing is not about politics". The distinction matters because unregistered foreign lobbying in the U.S.is a crime, while lobbying exclusively in Europe would be outside the special counsel's jurisdiction.

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  • Trump attacks Comey after release of watchdog report
Trump attacks Comey after release of watchdog report

In addition, while the IG report found no evidence of political bias, the President's attorneys believe they can argue the entire investigation is tainted and corrupt, given the text from FBI Agent Peter Strzok that said about Trump's election, "We'll stop it".

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  • UAE says delivering aid to Yemen's Hodeida
UAE says delivering aid to Yemen's Hodeida

A day after launching an offensive against the Iran-backed Shiite rebels, known as the Houthis, to capture the Yemeni port city of Hodeida, the Saudi Arabia-led coalition that is backing the Abd Rabbo Mansour Hadi government, managed to capture al-Durayhmi town.

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  • Journalist Shujaat Bukhari shot dead in Srinagar
Journalist Shujaat Bukhari shot dead in Srinagar

Bukhari, who was given police protection following an attack on him 18 years ago, was hit by multiple bullets fired at a close range, Ismail said. The Editor-in-Chief of "Rising Kashmir " was killed when he had just left his office in Press Enclave and was heading to an Iftar party.

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  • Watchdog faults Comey over Clinton probe, but says no bias
Watchdog faults Comey over Clinton probe, but says no bias

While conservatives have pointed to the meeting between former Attorney General Loretta Lynch and former President Bill Clinton in 2016 as an example of improper conduct, the IG had a different view . Page left the FBI in May but Strzok, once the No. 2 in the counterintelligence division, remains at the bureau, now stationed in human resources. ...

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  • What to know about Yemen's yearslong war
What to know about Yemen's yearslong war

The sound of heavy, sustained gunfire clearly could be heard. Saudi-led coalition warplanes and Apache helicopters provided "continuous" air support to pro-government forces, striking Huthi positions, military sources said . The war in Yemen has become the UAE's deadliest conflict, with the young nation losing more than 100 soldiers since the ...

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  • Kim Jong-un, Donald Trump Accept Each Other's Visit Invitations
Kim Jong-un, Donald Trump Accept Each Other's Visit Invitations

David Jolly (R-Fla.), a frequent critic of the president, wrote on Twitter. After the day of meetings, Trump said that the two had a "special bond" and that Kim was a "very talented man". "We overcame all kinds of skepticism and speculations about this summit ", Kim said, "and I believe that this is good prelude for peace". "Trump, he has ...

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  • #NVPrimary: Latest election results for Nevada's primary
#NVPrimary: Latest election results for Nevada's primary

Voters will be heading to the polls to select nominees for House of Representatives and other local races across the state. Candidates running in the Democratic primary for the Virginia 10th Congressional District seat participate in a candidates forum, February 17, 2018, at James Wood Middle School in Winchester, Va.

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  • Emotional Dennis Rodman says Kim trying to change North Korea
Emotional Dennis Rodman says Kim trying to change North Korea

Cuomo, deciding it was safe to ask another question, wondered whether the White House had been in touch with him since his arrival in Singapore . North Korea released Bae later that week. Rodman appeared on television wearing a red "Make America Great Again" baseball cap and T-shirt that said, "Pot Coin" - a reference to a marijuana cryptocurr...

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  • Italy closes ports to migrant ship in row with Malta
Italy closes ports to migrant ship in row with Malta

SOS Mediterranee confirmed that there were 629 people on board, including 123 unaccompanied minors, 11 other children and seven pregnant women after being involved in six rescue operations off the coast of Libya. Operation Themis, which replaced Operation Triton was put in effect earlier this year, meaning that Italy was no longer obliged to take a...

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  • Trump threatens United States allies on trade as he exits G7 summit
Trump threatens United States allies on trade as he exits G7 summit

Trudeau's announcement, which came after the G-7 leaders signed a joint statement on trade, obviously frustrated the USA envoy, spurring Trump to revoke the US endorsement of the statement . U.S. President Donald Trump's Twitter tirade against Prime Minister Justin Trudeau following the G7 is sparking promises of support from some of Trude...

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  • Woman Arrested For Transporting Children In Dog Kennels
Woman Arrested For Transporting Children In Dog Kennels

WATN reports the children, ages 7 and 8, told police their grandmother told them there wasn't room for them in the vehicle. According to authorities, there was no air conditioning in the back of the auto where the kids sat, and the children told police they were hot inside the kennels.

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  • Melania Trump back in public eye after 'little rough patch'
Melania Trump back in public eye after 'little rough patch'

She skipped Trump's "Celebration For America" event on the South Lawn on Tuesday and is scheduled to make her first appearance before the press since her hospitalization at a hurricane season briefing at FEMA headquarters in Washington , D.C., on Wednesday afternoon.

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  • France condemns 'fits of anger' after Donald Trump’s G7 turnaround
France condemns 'fits of anger' after Donald Trump’s G7 turnaround

Both Moscow and Mr Trump have denied the allegations. "We make commitments and keep them", the presidency said, adding that "France and Europe maintain their support for this statement". At one point, German Chancellor Angela Merkel was seen having a brief, intense one-sided conversation with a stony-faced Trump on Friday. Canadian Prime Mini...

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  • U.S. Senators advising federal government to acknowledge state marijuana laws
U.S. Senators advising federal government to acknowledge state marijuana laws

Trump was asked by a reporter what he thought of the proposed law as he headed to Quebec for the G7 summit. Gardner said the bill had about four or six co-sponsors on the Senate side but admitted that there was a "significant education push we have to do" to garner more support.

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  • Manafort attempted to tamper with witnesses, prosecutors on Mueller's team say
Manafort attempted to tamper with witnesses, prosecutors on Mueller's team say

The judge gave Manafort's lawyers until Friday to present a written rebuttal to accusations by prosecutors that he and a longtime associate repeatedly contacted two executives at a public relations firm in hopes of persuading them to provide false testimony about secret lobbying they did at Manafort's behest in 2013.

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  • Trudeau, G7 leaders to confront Trump on tariffs in opening G7 meeting
Trudeau, G7 leaders to confront Trump on tariffs in opening G7 meeting

It fractured last weekend's meeting of G7 finance ministers and threatens to do the same when their leaders convene later this week in Quebec's picturesque Charlevoix region. "It was not. We believe in the G7, it's an important group", Mnuchin said. "We know there's a risk to employment but I think we'd like some time to have a discussion with th...

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  • Trump announces summit with North Korea is back on
Trump announces summit with North Korea is back on

Trump then reversed course, saying both sides wanted the meeting to happen and it could still go ahead after productive talks. Trump made the announcement - a week after he canceled the summit - following an Oval Office meeting with Kim's lieutenant, Kim Yong Chol , who was delivering a letter from his country's leader, and that ended up lasting...

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  • The Trump legal team's letter to Mueller
The Trump legal team's letter to Mueller

Trump said in early May that he would "love to" speak with Mueller "because we've done nothing wrong", but said his lawyers were advising him not to do so. But President Trump has branded the investigation a "witch hunt". May 20, 2018 - Giuliani tells CNN that according to a timeline the special counsel's office shared with him about a mont...

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  • Melania Trump Speaks Out on Recent Absence, Calls Out Media for Speculating
Melania Trump Speaks Out on Recent Absence, Calls Out Media for Speculating

Melania Trump is trying to tamp down speculation about why she has not been seen in public in almost three weeks, but it isn't completely working. Earlier on Sunday, reports surfaced that Mrs. "It's probably why she doesn't look real happy every day-well, maybe one reason", he said , chuckling. The First Lady hasn't been seen in public since ...

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  • Iran nuclear deal: Tehran to give notice of uranium work
Iran nuclear deal: Tehran to give notice of uranium work

Israel's intelligence minister called for a military coalition against Iran if the Islamic Republic were to defy world powers by enriching military-grade uranium. French President Emmanuel Macron has been pushing for a new Iran nuclear deal through which the U.S. and Europe could tackle Trump's concerns about Tehran's nuclear program and beyond...

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  • Israel has carried out air strikes on Hamas sites
Israel has carried out air strikes on Hamas sites

The military escalation is seen as shattering a cease-fire between Israel and Hamas, following last week's series of rocket attacks by Hamas against Israel, and Israeli reprisal attacks on terror targets in Gaza. Following the funeral, several Gazans were wounded in clashes east of Khan Yunis, health ministry spokesman Ashraf Al-Qudra said. "An a...

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  • Kim Meeting Revived for June 12 in Singapore
Kim Meeting Revived for June 12 in Singapore

The ultimate goal is to convince North Korea to denuclearize. However, he said that "if the diplomats can do their work, if we can reduce the threat, if we can restore confidence-building measures with something verifiable, then, of course, these kinds of issues can come up subsequently between ( South Korea and the US)".

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"Donald Trump Tweets: "Absolute" Right To Pardon Self, Mueller Probe ‘Unconstitutional"

Trump has issued a series of ever-sharper tweets attacking the Mueller probe as politically motivated and insisting there was "no collusion " between his campaign team and Russian Federation. " Pardoning yourself is another", Giuliani told ABC's "This Week ". I wouldn't say you do it well, but you do it often. Over the weekend, his lead la...

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  • Volcano eruption in Central America kills 25 injures hundreds
Volcano eruption in Central America kills 25 injures hundreds

But there are huge differences between Guatemala's Fuego volcano eruption, which killed 25 people on Sunday, and Hawaii's recent Kilauea eruption, which hasn't killed anyone but keeps wreaking havoc one month later . Guatemala City's worldwide airport has re-opened after it was closed by falling ash from the eruption of the Volcano of Fir...

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