• Digging Up the Facts on Intel Corporation

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    It has outperformed by 12.42% the S&P500. Meiji Yasuda Asset Management Company Ltd increased Intel Corp (INTC) stake by 6.9% reported in 2016Q4 SEC filing. $996,965 worth of CBS Corporation (NYSE:CBS) was sold by GRIEGO LINDA M. $2.22 million worth of CBS Corporation (NYSE:CBS) shares were sold by Anschell Jonathan.
  • Under fire, Sessions denies any Russian collusion

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    Prompted by Burr to say that he had never been briefed about the F.B.I.'s investigation into Russian election interference, Sessions responded in the affirmative. Senate Intelligence Committee. "So, I need to be correct as best I can", Sessions said. What happened when Sessions left the room, and Trump allegedly pressed Comey to end an investigation? Patrick Leahy, D-Vt., was planning to interrogate Sessions over his contacts with Russian officials, as well as the attorney general's current ...
  • Jeff Sessions Testified Before the Senate Intelligence Committee

    Jeff Sessions Testified Before the Senate Intelligence Committee

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    The shushing came after this remarkable moment, where Sessions told Harris to slow her questions down because she was making him "nervous". During his testimony , the Attorney General was asked if he had been given some of the details about the "active measures" used by Russian Federation to interfere in the US elections - his answer was, no, as Sessions said he had stayed away from anything to do with the matter, to honor his recusal as Attorney General.
  • Children lost, baby thrown to safety in London blaze

    Children lost, baby thrown to safety in London blaze

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    Horrified witnesses told how they saw people jumping from windows as high as the 15th floor of a tower block as a huge fire engulfed the building, reported The Evening Standard . "They couldn't stop the fire". "He obviously couldn't find an escape route and he couldn't leave", she said. Paul Munakr, a resident who lived on the seventh floor and who successfully escaped, told the BBC people were shouting from below, telling people not to jump.
  • London fire: Witness recalls seeing man catch baby

    London fire: Witness recalls seeing man catch baby

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    Amid mounting concerns over fire safety mechanisms and instructions given by officials, London Mayor Sadiq Khan acknowledged Wednesday that there were "genuine questions that people across the country who live in tower blocks will have". Help! Help!' and putting their hands on the window and asking to help them", Amina Sharif, a witness, told Reuters."We could do nothing and we could see the stuff on the side was falling off, collapsing.
  • Sessions denies 3rd meeting with Russians

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    Sessions told the Senate Intelligence Committee he had a different reason for not answering certain questions: It's how such matters have been handled in the Justice Department for years. Comey testified last week that he did not tell Sessions that Trump had asked him to drop a probe into National Security Adviser Michael Flynn's contacts with Russian Federation because he suspected Sessions would soon need to recuse himself from the Russian Federation probe.
  • Sessions Stonewalls and Denies Colluding with Kremlin Meddling

    Sessions Stonewalls and Denies Colluding with Kremlin Meddling

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    They seem to have collective amnesia about meeting with Russian officials during and after the campaign and only remember when they have been caught. On Tuesday, Leahy said in a Senate floor speech that Sessions' Judiciary testimony over Russian Federation contacts "could be construed as perjury".
  • S. Korea accuses North of spying on US missile system

    S. Korea accuses North of spying on US missile system

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    The White House announced on Tuesday that U.S. President Donald Trump will host South Korean President Moon Jae-in late this month for talks on the Korean Peninsula's nuclear issue. Cho also oversaw South Korea's economic cooperation projects with the North, including a jointly run industrial complex in Kaesong, just north of the border.
  • 6 killed as massive blaze engulfs London tower block (Third Lead)

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    More than 50 people are in hospital and more than 100 medics are still responding to the incident, London Ambulance said. Rydon construction, which recently refurbished the block in an $11 million job to modernise the exterior, said new cladding and windows "met all required building control, fire regulation, and health and safety standards".
  • Shooting Highlights Role Of Capitol Police

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    There, Davis called 911, his wife and his children. Although the practice was taking place in Alexandria, Va., across the Potomac River from the Capitol, police were on hand to protect Rep. Capitol Police officers on the scene of Wednesday's shooting outside Washington D.C. He said had they not been there, it "would have been a massacre".
  • Tory-DUP deal announcement 'to be delayed due to tower block tragedy'

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    The Conservative Party fell eight seats short of retaining its parliamentary majority, and is now in talks with Northern Ireland's ultra-conservative Democratic Unionist Party (DUP) - which won 10 seats - to forge an informal alliance. The draft law would empower Europe to decide if post-Brexit London has the right to host financial market "clearing houses" that deal in euros, the EU's single currency.