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  • Trump asked Comey to shut down Flynn investigation

    Trump asked Comey to shut down Flynn investigation

    Corker says the national security team is solid and doing good work, but "the chaos that is being created by the lack of discipline - it's creating an environment that I think makes - it creates a worrisome environment". New Zealand's Foreign Affairs Minister Gerry Brownlee said in a statement that the report was rejected by senior US officials. The newspaper says the information was very sensitive and had been provided by a US partner.

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  • Kim Jong-un sets forth nuclear ultimatum to USA

    Kim Jong-un sets forth nuclear ultimatum to USA

    North Korea responded with threats and accusations. Analysts have referred to this as North Korea's most successful missile test ever and a significant advancement in its quest to build a nuclear-capable intercontinental ballistic missile (ICBM).

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  • Supreme Court Rejects North Carolina Voter ID Case

    The U.S. Supreme Court has rejected an appeal filed by Republican legislators to overturn a lower court ruling that voiced the state's voter I.D. law. The outcome was a major victory for the Obama administration, the Justice Department and a wide group of civil rights organizations that challenged North Carolina's law, which was one of the country's most far-reaching.

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  • Crash closes I-95 near South Carolina state line

    Crash closes I-95 near South Carolina state line

    One may have caught fire. Several of the vehicles caught fire in the crash, with the nearby median and shoulders of the interstate also catching on fire. Continue onto N.C. 130 to re-access I-95 South. It happened near Exit 10, north of the SC border. Continue for nine miles and turn left onto state N.C.

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  • Trump pidió a Comey cerrar investigación de Flynn

    La petición está contenida en un documento que escribió Comey para recoger lo que había hablado con Trump. "Espero que pueda ver el camino claro para dejar esto ir, para dejar que Flynn se vaya ", dijo Trump Comey , según el memorándum .

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  • Hospital Trust 'remains vigilant' after cyber attack

    The Japan Computer Emergency Response Team Coordination Center told the Associated Press that 2,000 computers in Japan were reported affected so far. The security flaw that hackers used to launch the attacks on Friday was made public after information was stolen from the NSA, which routinely searches for flaws in software and builds tools to exploit them, the report said.

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  • Indian-origin Google researcher links ransomware attack to North Korea

    The World Intellectual Property Organization, or WIPO, has made no mention of the application to the Security Council committee monitoring North Korea sanctions, or to the UN Panel of Experts that reports sanctions violations to the committee, even while concerns about North Korean weapons of mass destruction, and the willingness to use them, have been on a steep upward spiral.

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  • Cornyn Could Face Senate Resistance If Tapped By Trump To Lead FBI

    Cornyn Could Face Senate Resistance If Tapped By Trump To Lead FBI

    Another Republican whose name had been mentioned as a possible candidate, Rep. Trey Gowdy of SC, said Monday that he had taken himself out of the running. Mr Trump said he and Mr Comey "had a very nice dinner, and at that time he told me, 'You are not under investigation, ' which I knew anyway". Cornyn was one of several candidates interviewed on Friday at the Department of Justice.

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  • México condena nuevo lanzamiento de misil balístico norcoreano

    El portavoz Moon Sang Gyun dijo que es poco probable que Corea del Norte cuente con tecnología para el reingreso atmosférico de una ojiva nuclear. En respuesta, Trudeau dijo que su país seguirá siendo un firme partidario de Corea del Sur, resaltando también sus buenas relaciones con China y Estados Unidos, indicó el vocero de la Cheong Wa Dae, sede de la presidencia.

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  • White House on lockdown after intruder jumped 'fence'

    White House on lockdown after intruder jumped 'fence'

    A Secret Service officer asks the media to leave the North Lawn in reaction to an apparent barrier jumper at the White House. Security had been especially tight because President Trump was holding talks there with Turkey's president, Recep Tayyip Erdogan.

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  • Legisladores piden a Trump supuestas grabaciones sobre cese del director del FBI

    Legisladores piden a Trump supuestas grabaciones sobre cese del director del FBI

    El exfuncionario reaccionó así al despido de James Comey como jefe del FBI, justo cuando se encabezaba una investigación sobre los supuestos nexos entre Rusia y la campaña de Trump. Rogers, exagente del FBI y extitular de la Comisión de Asuntos de Inteligencia de la Cámara de Representantes, tiene el respaldo de la Asociación de Agentes del FBI.

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  • Procurador garantiza habrá justicia en caso de Odebrecht

    Procurador garantiza habrá justicia en caso de Odebrecht

    Al hablar con los periodistas luego de participar en la XXXIV Conferencia Internacional para el Control de Drogas, que se celebra en Punta Cana, dijo que como indicó hace alrededor de un mes, antes del próximo viernes, la Procuraduría General de la República va a recibir la información.

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  • Mitad de los estadounidenses quiere que se destituya a Trump, según encuesta

    Mitad de los estadounidenses quiere que se destituya a Trump, según encuesta

    Ninguno de estos casos terminó con la destitución de los mencionados. En la encuesta por otro lado, el 41% se opone al juicio a Trump dividiendo aún más a la sociedad. La Constitución de Estados Unidos, en su artículo primero, establece que los altos funcionarios pueden ser juzgados por mandato de la Cámara de Representantes, que necesita de la mayoría simple (la mitad más uno) para iniciar el proceso que puede llevar a la destitución.

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  • Saudi king hopeful over 'historic' Muslim-US summit

    In the run-up to the Trump visit, both the United States and Saudi Arabia are trying to push through contracts worth tens of billions of dollars in defence sales to the kingdom. The U.S. strikes took place hours after the USS Mason, an American guided missile destroyer deployed to the Red Sea, came under fire from a cruise missile launched from Houthi-controlled territory near Al Hudaydah, roughly 180 miles southwest of Yemeni capital of Sana.

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  • McMaster: Trump's conversations with Russians 'wholly appropriate'

    McMaster: Trump's conversations with Russians 'wholly appropriate'

    Senator Chuck Schumer (D-NY) demanded that the White House make transcripts of Trump's meeting with Russian officials available to Congress after reports indicated that President Trump leaked highly classified information to the Russians during a meeting in the Oval Office, to which members of the US press were not invited.

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  • China and India top the renewable energy attractiveness index

    The fall follows a "marked shift in USA policy under the new administration", EY said, such as the rollback of past the administration's climate change policies and plans to revive the coal industry. Meanwhile, India continued its upward trend that has been seen over the past few editions of the RECAI, thanks in part to the country's plans to build 175 GW of new renewable energy capacity by 2022 and to ensure renewable energy accounts for 40% of installed capacity by 2040.

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  • New South Korean president commits to dialogue with North

    On Friday, Russia's President Vladimir Putin told Moon in a phone call he was ready to play a "constructive role" in resolving North Korea's nuclear threat, South Korea's presidential office said. In a speech at the National Assembly, Moon pledged to work for peace on the Korean Peninsula amid growing worry over the North's expanding nuclear weapons and missiles programme.

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  • North Korea May Be Linked To WannaCry Ransomware, Researchers Say

    It has been mining the digital currency using malicious computer programs since as early as 2013, he said. In the attack, hackers demand payment from victims in bitcoins to regain access to their encrypted computers. North Korea says Sunday's launch tested the capability to carry a "large-size heavy nuclear warhead" and its ambassador in Beijing said on Monday that Pyongyang would continue such test launches "any time, any place".

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  • Protests erupt as group urges Orlando leaders to remove Confederate statue

    Protests erupt as group urges Orlando leaders to remove Confederate statue

    The Orlando Sentinel reports Dyer made the suggestion after resident David Porter called for the statue's removal. The statue was commissioned by the United Daughters of the Confederacy and has stood at Lake Eola for 100 years. During today's City Council meeting, we heard public comments about the statue and its location. In New Orleans, workers have removed two of four statues honoring Confederate-era figures.

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  • Buscan endurecer condena de la ONU contra Corea del Norte

    Buscan endurecer condena de la ONU contra Corea del Norte

    Desde el año pasado, Corea del Norte ha realizado dos tests nucleares y decenas de pruebas de misiles balísticos, en su intento de desarrollar armamento capaz de alcanzar el territorio continental de Estados Unidos . Washington quiere que China haga cumplir plenamente las sanciones vigentes o apoye nuevas, y el gobierno de Trump está bajo presión de legisladores que quieren que empiece a penalizar a compañías chinas que ayudan a Pyongyang a acceder a los mercados internacionales en caso ...

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  • Man spots gun, inadvertently shoots Uber driver

    Man spots gun, inadvertently shoots Uber driver

    The Uber driver asked to see it and when the passenger pulled out the gun to hand it over...shots rang out. At one point, the customer pulled out a gun he was carrying to show it to the driver and they passed it back and forth while talking.

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  • Not diplomatic: Boar chases British ambassador in Austria

    Not diplomatic: Boar chases British ambassador in Austria

    He said he was "delighted" about seeing them as 'in nine years in Germany and almost four in Austria I had never seen wild boar so close up'. However, about half an hour later his delight turned into fright when he bumped into another group, "four or five hulking adults and countless piglets", one of which charged at him moments later.

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  • Trump asked Comey to drop Flynn investigation

    He is a good guy. A source familiar with Comey told CBS News that Comey was known to document conversations that he believed would later be called into question. After Comey wrote the memo, he shared it with senior Federal Bureau of Investigation officials. They realized that selecting such a high official would in some ways validate the story, but they wanted to establish a credible witness account exonerating the president from wrongdoing ― before the barrage of Twitter posts they knew ...

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  • Trump Says He Has 'Absolute Right' To Share Intelligence With Russia

    Trump Says He Has 'Absolute Right' To Share Intelligence With Russia

    Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell, R-Ky., said Tuesday morning in an interview with Bloomberg News that "we could do with a little less drama from the White House on a lot of things". I have people brief me on great intel every day". "The president and the foreign minister reviewed common threats from terrorist organizations to include threats to aviation", McMaster told The Post.

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  • Travel ban judges scrutinize Trump's Muslim statements

    Following a lawsuit from the state of Hawaii, the ban was blocked in March by a lower court. "How is a court to know if it's in fact a Muslim ban in the guise of national security justification", asked Circuit Judge Ronald Gould, one of three from the 9th Circuit Court of Appeals considering the case.

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