• What we know about Comey's memo to Trump

    U.S. House of Representatives Speaker Paul Ryan tried to tamp down the furor on Wednesday over reports that President Donald Trump asked former FBI Director James Comey to quash part of his Russian Federation investigation, saying "we need the facts" and adding he has confidence in the president.

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  • Trump shared 'highly classified' info with Russians, says report

    But there was nothing wrong with that, he insisted. But then Trump seemingly admitted sharing information, tweeting Tuesday: "As President I wanted to share with Russian Federation. While not unprecedented, it is rare for a foreign minister to be granted bilateral talks in the inner sanctum of the White House with a USA president as Lavrov was.

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  • UK police arrest 4 in London anti-terror raids

    UK police arrest 4 in London anti-terror raids

    The plot is linked to the United Kingdom, the Metropolitan Police said. The U.K. has been on high alert; last month police officers shot one woman and detained six other individuals in anti-terror raids in London and Kent. British officials have set the threat level from global terrorism at "severe", indicating an attack is highly likely. Officers are also searching five residential address in the area and a business address, also in East London.

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  • Embattled White House lurches from crisis to crisis

    On Tuesday, President Trump defended sharing classified information himself with Russian officials by saying his office entitled him to do so. The Comey memo, first reported by the New York Times , caused alarm on Capitol Hill and raised questions about whether Trump tried to interfere with a federal investigation.

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    Video sobre "tiro de gracia" debe ser esclarecido por el MP: Sedena

    Por su parte, la Comisión Nacional de Derechos Humanos ( CNDH ) informó que investiga el enfrentamiento de militares con presuntos ladrones de combustible que causó 10 muertos el pasado 3 de mayo en Palmarito Tochapan . Al expediente ya se han agregado diversas actas, actuaciones ministeriales y videos , entre ellos el que distintos medios de comunicación presentaron hoy, que ya están siendo analizados, señaló la CNDH .

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  • May confirms United Kingdom will continue to share intel

    According to those reports , the information had been shared with the USA intelligence community by an ally on the basis that it was not shared with others. Trump said that he had decided months ago to fire Comey, and the Rosenstein report had nothing to do with his decision. The top Democrat on the Senate Intelligence Committee, Sen.

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  • Waiting for Enda: Irish Contenders Zen as Premier Stalls on Exit

    Sky's Ireland Correspondent, David Blevins, said: "Real challenges await his successor. Ireland is facing a time of huge uncertainty and historic challenges - Enda Kenny's successor must begin to tackle them as early as possible". Failures will list his inability to convince the public on water-metering and charges, painful tax hikes, unprecedented homelessness and a myriad of police corruption and negligence crises.

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  • Monday Briefing: House Passes Obamacare Replacement Bill

    Monday Briefing: House Passes Obamacare Replacement Bill

    Democrats are virtually certain to unanimously oppose the Republican effort to repeal much of President Barack Obama's health care overhaul. Democrats are convinced the GOP repeal bill jeopardizes the Republican monopoly in Washington, starting with majority control of the House, and the party's advantages in statehouses from Nevada to New Hampshire.

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  • Israel dio a Trump información secreta que él compartió a Rusia

    Israel dio a Trump información secreta que él compartió a Rusia

    El Kremlin tachó "sin sentido" el caso de las informaciones clasificadas que Trump reveló a Lavrov , según el diario The Washington Post . Trump comenzó el día con una serie de mensajes en Twitter afirmando que, como presidente, tiene " derecho absoluto " de compartir datos con diplomáticos de Rusia sobre asuntos relacionados con el terrorismo y la seguridad aérea.

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  • Pope reminds Cup final stars of duties to young

    Pope reminds Cup final stars of duties to young

    After finally realizing who is speaking to her, Mary would like to run and embrace Jesus, but "he is by now oriented to the heavenly Father, while she is invited to bring the announcement to her brothers". Francis said, saying "each one of us has this experience". Christ's resurrection brings a joy that does not come in dribs and drabs "with an eyedropper", he said, but as "a waterfall" that will envelop one's whole life.

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  • Britain's Prince Philip, 95, to retire from royal duties

    Britain's Prince Philip, 95, to retire from royal duties

    Buckingham Palace officials tell The Associated Press that a meeting of royal household staff has been called, but one says there is "no cause for concern". Britain's Queen Elizabeth II and the Duke of Edinburgh view the restored bed-chamber at the Maritime Museum in London , in this May 1, 1990 file photo.

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  • Donald Trump: I'll get deal done on Middle East peace

    Donald Trump: I'll get deal done on Middle East peace

    President Donald Trump said Wednesday an Israeli-Palestinian peace deal might not be as hard as people have thought, called on Congress to extend school choice to "millions more children" and was set to have dinner with religious leaders in the evening.

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  • The White House is overwhelmed with the Russia scandal

    Israel will maintain strong military ties with the USA, the country's Defense Minister said on Wednesday. Mr Putin even suggested that Russian Federation share the records of last week's talks between Mr Trump and Mr Lavrov with the US Congress, if the White House approved.

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  • Macron es proclamado oficialmente presidente de Francia

    El exbanquero, que nunca antes se había sometido al veredicto las urnas, fue proclamado jefe de Estado por Laurent Fabius, presidente del Consejo Constitucional. El socialista, de 62 años, terminó su mandato de cinco años como uno de los jefes de Estado más impopulares de Francia , dejando detrás de sí un escenario político complejo.

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  • North Korea missile program progressing faster than expected, Seoul says

    The long-range strategic ballistic rocket Hwasong-12 (Mars-12) is launched during a test in this undated photo released by North Korea's Korean Central News Agency (KCNA) on May 15, 2017. Kim also told scientists to "continuously develop more precise and diversified nukes and nuclear striking means" and "make preparations for more tests till the USA and its vassal forces" use reason to make the "right choice", the KCNA reported.

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  • Lula declara que nunca tuvo intención de comprar el apartamento de Guarujá

    La suspensión de la institución localizada en Sao Paulo ocurre en la víspera del interrogatorio e Lula por el juez Sergio Moro , de Curitibia (al sur), por una de las acusaciones de corrupción que pesan contra el exejecutivo de Estado, Luiz Inácio Lula da Silva en el caso Lava Jato, sobre una red de sobornos masivos en Petrobras .

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  • Emmanuel Macron hace sus primeros nombramientos como jefe de Estado

    En el interior del palacio esperaban decenas de personalidades de las principales instituciones políticas, judiciales o económicas, pero también del mundo de la cultura o del espectáculo. Desde los Inválidos se lanzaron 15 salvas de cañón. El último de ellos fue el homenaje de Macron en el monumento al soldado desconocido bajo el Arco de Triunfo, al término del cual se dio un pequeño baño de multitudes que se repitió por la tarde en el Ayuntamiento de París , donde fue recibido por la ...

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  • 9 injured in Washington protest during Erdogan visit

    9 injured in Washington protest during Erdogan visit

    He added the president's bodyguards were using the "same sort of suppression of protest and free speech they engage in in Turkey". A man from Fairfax was charged with assaulting a police officer. "They knew what they were doing, and they had the boldness to cross a police line and beat up a bunch of peaceful protesters in Washington , D.C.", Hamparian said.

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  • Woodward: Comey Firing 'Is Not Yet Watergate, Not a Clear Crime'

    Woodward: Comey Firing 'Is Not Yet Watergate, Not a Clear Crime'

    Former FBI chief James Comey had been investigating possible collusion between Mr Trump's election campaign officials and Moscow. President Donald Trump said Thursday the investigations into his campaign were "set up by the Democrats", though Republicans are a majority in both houses of Congress and the US intelligence community has already concluded that Russian Federation interfered in the election.

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  • Donald Trump hits back over Russian information sharing

    Trump ignored reporters' questions about whether he disclosed classified information. "What the president discussed with the foreign minister was wholly appropriate to that conversation and is consistent with the routine sharing of information between the president and any leaders with whom he's engaged", McMaster said .

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  • Donald Trump Threatens James Comey, Implies He Taped Conversations

    Donald Trump Threatens James Comey, Implies He Taped Conversations

    Changing rationales for the firing offered by White House aides added an element of chaos to the president's action. "The president is the CEO of the country". Calling Trump's remarks about possible taped conversations "outrageous", Sen. Comey has made no public statements since being fired, and he declined an invitation to testify before the Senate Intelligence Committee in a closed door session, ranking member Mark Warner told MSNBC on Friday.

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  • 48000 ransomware attack attempts seen in India: Quick Heal Tech

    A researcher from Google posted on Twitter that an early version of WannaCrypt from February shared some of the same programming code as malicious software used by the Lazarus Group, the alleged North Korean government hackers behind the destructive attack on Sony Corp in 2014 and the theft of US$81 million from a Bangladesh central bank account at the New York Fed past year.

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  • North Korea poses threat to China, Russia: US admiral

    North Korea poses threat to China, Russia: US admiral

    Nuclear-tipped ballistic missiles in the hands of the "volatile" Kim Jong Un are "a recipe for disaster", the head of the U.S. Pacific Command (PACOM) said on Tuesday. Abe said Japan is concerned that the test will advance Pyongyang's intercontinental ballistic missile (ICBM) technologies, saying the G-7 countries should work together to put strong pressure on the North.

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  • Republicans want to hear from Comey over Trump memo

    The president and others have repeatedly pressed the FBI to focus more of its energy on pursuing leakers than on the Russian Federation investigation, these officials said. Aides have said he hopes for a full explanation from the White House. "We ought to ask if there are notes". I asked a source close to Comey, a Comey associate, why Comey felt the need to memorialize this conversation.

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  • Goya Foods ending sponsorship of NYC parade after 60 years

    Goya Foods ending sponsorship of NYC parade after 60 years

    Puerto Rican nationalist Oscar Lopez Rivera is being released Wednesday from house arrest after decades behind bars in a case that has made him a martyr for his supporters but outrages those who lost loved ones in. He and the others were never tied to specific bombings, which caused few injuries. Organizers of the parade, which draws more than 1 million people, insisted in a statement: "Oscar's involvement does not endorse the story that led to his arrest or any form of violence".

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  • Former PM Manuel Valls offers to back Emmanuel Macron in elections

    Sylvie Goulard, a French deputy to the European Parliament, said Macron would make Berlin his first official visit, with perhaps a stop to see French troops stationed overseas as well. Party spokesman Benjamin Griveaux said Valls had not applied to the party's selection committee and had 24 hours left to do so. Macron's victory was seen across the world as a victory for supporters of European Union integration over Le Pen's anti-EU proposals including ditching the euro currency.

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  • Trump Warns Fired FBI Chief About 'Leaking' To Press

    Trump Warns Fired FBI Chief About 'Leaking' To Press

    Spicer refused to budge, saying at one point that he's "not aware" of the existence of any recording of Trump and Comey's January dinner. Addressing reporters onboard the presidential plan Air Force One, Mr Trump said the selection process would be fast.

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