• US lawmaker, 3 others shot in Virginia; gunman killed

    US lawmaker, 3 others shot in Virginia; gunman killed

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    Following the visit, the President tweeted , "Just left hospital". The gunshot travelled across his pelvis, fracturing bones, injuring internal organs, and causing severe bleeding, the hospital said . Hodgkinson, 66, who was shot by police at the scene and later died, was a member of a group called Terminate The Republican Party and had volunteered for the presidential campaign of Democratic candidate Bernie Sanders past year.
  • Trump `investigated for obstruction of justice´ in Russia probe

    Trump `investigated for obstruction of justice´ in Russia probe

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    If the report is true that special counsel Robert Mueller is investigating President Donald Trump for obstruction, the legal tentacles will be far-reaching, according to an NBC News analysis . Now US media are reporting it (through anonymous sources, of course). "Nice", Trump tweeted Thursday morning. Examining such possible charges will allow investigators to interview key people within the administration including Attorney General Jeff Sessions , Rosenstein and possibly Trump, ...
  • Mueller's investigators to speak to intel officials

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    Reports are circulating that Trump's inner circle is unanimous in trying to persuade the president not to fire Mueller. "For Mr. Trump, the line between whim and will is always thin". James Comey, during his recent Senate testimony, refused to directly answer whether he believed Donald Trump had obstructed justice. The next major meeting for House and Senate Russia investigators is with Mueller himself, the first since he was appointed.
  • No deal yet between UK Conservatives and DUP to back PM May

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    May's Conservatives in power. " The danger is that however much any government tries they will not be seen to be impartial if they are locked into a parliamentary deal at Westminster with one of the Northern Ireland parties, and you never know in what unpredictable way events will turn out, and we can not know if that impartiality is going to be crucial at some stage in the future".
  • Congress motion against Karnataka Council chairman defeated

    Congress motion against Karnataka Council chairman defeated

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    Two independents Basangouda Patil Yatnal and D U Mallikarjun voted for the BJP-JD (S) alliance, while Raghu Achar, M D Lakshminarayan and Vivek Rao Patil voted for the Congress party. Finally, the show of votes ensured that Shankarmurthy won the trust vote by a narrow margin of one vote. Congress's Karnataka unit chief G. Parameshwara had met JD-S supremo H.D.
  • GOP Congressman: 'We're Going to Play Baseball Tomorrow'

    GOP Congressman: 'We're Going to Play Baseball Tomorrow'

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    Alexandria police chief Michael Brown said his officers arrived within minutes and engaged Hodgkinson, together with Capitol Police officers. The Trumps gave flowers to both families. Scalise is out of his first surgery, according to a Scalise aide. "Nobody would have survived without the Capitol Hill police". Reba Winstead lives across the street from the parking lot of the park where the shooting occurred.
  • Donald Trump under investigation for possible obstruction of justice, Washington Post reports

    Donald Trump under investigation for possible obstruction of justice, Washington Post reports

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    Martin Heinrich (D-NM) told Sessions: "You're not answering questions". He also refused to discuss his conversations with Donald Trump , saying he wanted to give the President the chance to review the questions before answering. "Officials say that changed shortly after Comey's firing ", the Post wrote. "I am following the historic policies of the Department of Justice". Supporters of Trump condemned the news leaks regarding the new investigation.
  • Putin: Russia has climbed out of recession

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    The remarks reflected Putin's frustration with the investigations into alleged links between President Donald Trump's campaign and Russian Federation. Tens of thousands took to the streets across Russia's 11 times zones on Monday in widespread anti-government protests unseen in years. He was detained outside his home in Moscow before the protest and was sentenced to 30 days in jail for staging an unsanctioned rally.