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Cullen served as a USA attorney in the Eastern District of Virginia before becoming the chairman of the McGuireWoods law firm. The Washington Post was first to report the news. But obstruction came into play after Trump fired Federal Bureau of Investigation director James Comey last month. A new poll shows a clear majority of Americans think President Donald Trump has tried to interfere with the investigation into Russia's election meddling and potential Trump campaign collusion.
  • UK PM orders public inquiry into tower fire

    UK PM orders public inquiry into tower fire

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    May moved quickly to establish exactly what caused the fire - and why it moved so quickly, engulfing the building that housed as many as 600 people in less than an hour. The London Fire Brigade dispatched at least 40 fire engines, 20 ambulance crews and more than 200 firefighters in an effort to battle the conflagration.
  • Putin: Western sanctions made Russia stronger

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    Putin added that Moscow will work to resolve the conflict, voicing hope that the growing capability of the Syrian army will allow the Russian military to scale down its involvement. Putin has denied any interference in the USA election. Putin began by announcing that Russian Federation had overcome a years-long recession, brought on by relatively low prices for a major export, oil, and tit-for-tat sanctions with Western powers over the Ukraine conflict.
  • Merkel Expects UK to Stick to Brexit Timetable

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    Earlier, Andrea Leadsom, leader of the lower house of parliament, said the government had agreed with Queen Elizabeth, who reads out the new government programme, that the "state opening of parliament will take place on 21 June 2017". "It's a unity of objective, having voted to leave the European Union , that their Government gets on with that and makes a success of it, and we are committed to developing a deep and special partnership with the European Union".
  • David Gergen on New Mueller Probe: 'Dangerous for the President'

    David Gergen on New Mueller Probe: 'Dangerous for the President'

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    First, Hannity called into question the relationship between former FBI Director James Comey , who Hannity suggested was biased against Trump, and Mueller, which he described as a conflict of interest. It would be hard to make the case, he said, that the experience of interviewing for Federal Bureau of Investigation director would make it impossible for Mueller to fairly exercise the broad discretion afforded to prosecutors.
  • Australian Kirsty Boden has died

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    The names of the victims will not be released until the government has received official confirmation of the identities and the families have been notified. Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull said he had spoken to Ms Zelenak's family. On Tuesday, relatives of a 21-year-old Queensland woman, Sara Zelenak , said she had not been seen since the attack and they were "bracing for the worst".
  • Donald Trump now being investigated over alleged obstruction of justice

    Donald Trump now being investigated over alleged obstruction of justice

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    Separately, the House committee said former Homeland Security Secretary Jeh Johnson would appear at a June 21 public hearing on the Russian Federation probe. The FBI probe into Trump's election campaign ties with Russian Federation is now examining whether he tried to thwart the investigation, the Washington Post report .
  • Britain, EU in suspense

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    May is set to meet DUP leader Arlene Foster in London on Tuesday but will face demands from the DUP for more money for Northern Ireland. Before meeting Foster, May chaired her first cabinet meeting since the general election . Talks were, however, not in trouble, sources added . Mrs May has dismissed calls to resign following the dismal election result after calling a vote three years early, in the hope of bolstering her slim majority ahead of Brexit talks starting this month.
  • They're Going After Me for Obstruction of Justice on 'Phony Story'

    They're Going After Me for Obstruction of Justice on 'Phony Story'

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    It emerged last week Mr Comey leaked a memo he wrote after meeting Mr Trump to a friend in the media, to combat Mr Trump's claims about the pair's conversations. A spokesman for Mueller's team declined to comment on Wednesday. After Comey's firing, the administration gave differing reasons for his dismissal.
  • Mauricio Pochettino can not wait for start to new season with Tottenham

    Mauricio Pochettino can not wait for start to new season with Tottenham

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    After Leicester failed to reenact the heroics of their 2015-16 Premier League winning season, Mahrez has made it known that he wishes to leave the King Power Stadium ahead of next season. West Ham United have the pleasure of playing their first three matches away from home due to The London Stadium's athletic restrictions . Huddersfield, out of the top flight since 1972, face Chelsea , Everton , Manchester City and Arsenal in their last four matches, while Tottenham, Manchester ...