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That is something that may have to be determined by Special Counsel Robert Mueller when he eventually releases his findings. "The FBI leak of information regarding the President is outrageous, inexcusable and illegal", Corallo told CNN. But after Comey testified to Congress last week about what he said were Trump's attempts to get Comey to publicly exonerate him, Kasowitz maintained that Trump "was not under investigation as part of any probe into Russian interference".
  • Rep. Steve Scalise, aides shot at baseball practice in Virginia

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    The attacker was shot and later died. At least five people including Scalise were hospitalized. A congressional staffer, Zach Barth, was also injured. He also stated that "America is praying for you, and America is praying for all of the victims of this bad shooting", in regards to Rep. Scalise and the others impacted the the incident.
  • Bangladesh coach Hathurusingha asks team to 'express themselves'

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    In a group where only England exhibited any consistency, Bangladesh certainly enjoyed the rub of The Oval green, escaping with a point in a match dominated by Australia's bowlers. Bangladesh outgunned New Zealand in their final group stage game with a brilliant fifth wicket stand between Shakib-al-Hasan and Mahmudullah seeing them home in a thrilling chase.
  • Fresno 12-year-old spells 'marocain' to win National Spelling Bee

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    Ananya's winning word, marocain , is a French word for a dress fabric of ribbed crepe, made of silk or wool or both. Ananya said she felt "amazing" after being crowned champion of the 25-word championship round. He could not spell the word 'marram , ' a word for beach grass. Then she paused for a few seconds before spelling the word easily. Bee officials will administer a Tiebreaker Test to all spellers in the competition at 6 p.m.
  • Trump Under Investigation For Possible Obstruction Of Justice

    Trump Under Investigation For Possible Obstruction Of Justice

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    In what the paper calls a "major turning point in the almost year-old FBI investigation", Trump is now being investigated for possible obstruction of justice , and has been since "days after" Comey was sacked by Trump. The remarks from Ruddy, the CEO of the conservative Newsmax outlet, added intrigue to Sessions's testimony Tuesday afternoon before the Senate Intelligence Committee, where he refused to discuss his conversations with Trump.
  • Egyptian committee approves transfer of islands to Saudis

    Egyptian committee approves transfer of islands to Saudis

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    Egypt's parliament has given its approval to a controversial plan to transfer sovereignty of two largely uninhabited islands to Saudi Arabia . The vote came after days of heated debate in parliament with opponents even interrupting one committee session with chanting.
  • SNP MPs step forward to replace ousted Angus Robertson as Westminster leader

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    Ms Sturgeon, who has written to Prime Minister Theresa May demanding a seat at the negotiating table, did not deny the story outright but said much of the speculation about another referendum was "nonsense". The SNP's drive to raise £1 million for a second independence referendum campaign appears to have been quietly shut down in the wake of the party losing 21 seats in the general election last week.
  • Feinstein: Judiciary committee must 'step up and carry its weigh

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    Now, the Senate Judiciary Committee is knocking on Richman's door and asking for the memos. The California Democrat added on CNN's "State of the Union" that she wants Attorney General Jeff Sessions to testify before the committee, referring to Sessions' announcement Saturday that he plans to appear before the Senate intelligence panel instead of House and Senate subcommittees that oversee the Justice Department's budget given the intent of lawmakers to question him about the Russian ...
  • After shooting at congressional baseball practice, Newtown group demands gun control reform

    After shooting at congressional baseball practice, Newtown group demands gun control reform

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    Casual gun violence and mass shootings are nothing new in America. The Republican-controlled House recently opposed expanding background checks for gun buyers and limiting access to assault rifles. McAuliffe, 60, is the 72nd governor of Virginia. And while details are still coming together and the motive of the shooter is unclear, this incident is yet another illustration of the need for common sense gun reforms.