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King said there are several things the committee, to which he belongs, wants to examine, including Sessions' contacts, if any, with Russian officials during President Donald Trump's campaign, and if Sessions had anything to do with Trump's decision to fire FBI Director James Comey .
  • Thousands rally across Russia in new challenge to Kremlin

    Thousands rally across Russia in new challenge to Kremlin

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    Navalny's anti-corruption videos have needled the country's ruling elite and drawn crowds to the streets not seen since the protests against President Vladimir Putin's reelection for a third term in 2012. More than 1,000 protesters were arrested at a similar rally on March 26. Authorities said 500 had been arrested during the demonstrations in St. Petersburg.
  • Thousands of Russians protest Putin's rule; Navalny arrested

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    In a statement reported by state news agency Tass, police said Navalny would be charged with failure to follow police orders and violation of public order, an offence that could bring him 15 days in jail . Electricity in Navalny's office was also cut off, Navalnaya's spokeswoman told her 33,000 followers on Twitter . Navalny had been due to attend the demonstration in Moscow , but his wife, Yulia, posted a photo of him being detained by police at his home.
  • New poll finds Labour has six-point lead over Conservatives

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    May looked set to face criticism and anger from Conservative MPs at a private meeting in parliament over her handling of an election that lost the party its parliamentary majority. Mr Davis told BBC Radio 4's Today programme: "We are being given an instruction by the British people and we've got to carry it out". "When will be the point from moving to talking about talks, to more detailed talks, I can not say".
  • Theresa May: the Icarus of UK politics

    Theresa May: the Icarus of UK politics

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    Politically speaking the United Kingdom now has a Hung Parliament despite May's Conservative Party losing the majority- a major blow for May and her party. He said voters had rejected her Brexit plan. More than 46 million people, including an estimated 1.5 million Indian-origin voters, are eligible to vote in what is the fourth major United Kingdom poll in three years, following the 2014 Scottish independence referendum, the 2015 general election , and the 2016 Brexit vote .
  • Trump tweets: Fired FBI director is 'a leaker'

    Trump tweets: Fired FBI director is 'a leaker'

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    That didn't stop Salon from running a headline reading " James Comey Says Donald Trump Lied, 'Plain and Simple.'" NBC lead with the same quote, but in a effort to be a tad bit more honest, added "about firing" at the end. Comey's accusations could further mire Trump's administration in legal difficulties, as special counsel Robert Mueller, appointed by the Justice Department after Comey was sacked, and several congressional committees investigate alleged Russian efforts to influence ...
  • Titans, Frogs, FSU, LSU earn spots in College World Series

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    Sunday's doubleheader will feature Louisville v. Texas A&M at 1 p.m. central time, followed by TCU playing the victor of the Florida-Wake Forrest super regional at 6 p.m. After playing late into early Monday morning, the LSU Tigers will get some extended rest before starting their run to a College World Series championship this weekend in Omaha, Nebraska.
  • Trump travel ban dealt another blow, faces high court next

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    In its ruling Monday, the appeals court said U.S. Code 1182 (f ) requires that "the President exercise his authority only after meeting the precondition of finding that entry of an alien or class of aliens would be detrimental to the interests of the United States".
  • Pound dives as Britain thrown into uncertainty by shock vote

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    The DUP and the Conservatives have been close political friends for a long time, but the reality of a civil partnership, and not a marriage between the two parties means May will now find herself beholden to a group of ten lawmakers in Northern Ireland, as she attempts to lead the country and commence Brexit negotiations without a parliamentary majority.