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Russian President Vladimir Putin says former FBI Director James Comey's acknowledgement that he had given memos of his conversations with President Donald Trump to a friend who leaked them to the media is "weird". Trump had wanted Comey to disclose publicly that he wasn't personally under investigation but the FBI director refused to do so. Risch began by underscoring the importance of the ongoing investigation into Russia's meddling with the 2016 election.
  • NY Times: Staff Had to Talk Trump Out of Firing Mueller

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    The president expressed annoyance about news reports that the probe is now believed to include an examination of whether he obstructed justice by firing FBI Director James Comey, who had earlier led the Russian Federation investigation. In his testimony, Director Comey called the media "seagulls chasing bread crumbs" who nearly always get it wrong when citing unnamed sources. Mark Corallo, a spokesman for Trump's legal team, denounced the Post report, saying on Wednesday: " The FBI leak of ...
  • The special counsel is examining Trump's possible obstruction of justice

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    The Russia investigation expanded to include obstruction of justice shortly after former FBI Director James Comey was sacked by the Department of Justice, according to the five anonymous sources cited in the Washington Post report. Reporter Tony Mauro noted the addition of Dreeben may signal that "Mueller may be seeking advice on complex areas of criminal law, including what constitutes obstruction of justice".
  • US fighter jet deal, ship visit show military links to Qatar

    US fighter jet deal, ship visit show military links to Qatar

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    The Pentagon did not provide additional details on the sale but Bloomberg reported it could include as many as 36 warplanes. The United States and Qatar have signed a deal for the purchase of F-15 fighter jets worth $12 billion even as the Donald Trump-led administration is trying to navigate through an ongoing diplomatic crisis in the Gulf countries.
  • Sickened at shooting attack by possible supporter: Sanders

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    Sanders says the man authorities identified as opening fire on the practice had apparently volunteered on his presidential campaign. They said he pretty much kept to himself but was nice, he would wave when people passed by and invite everyone to his Halloween party.
  • IS claims Melbourne attack; PM Turnbull calls it 'cowardly'

    IS claims Melbourne attack; PM Turnbull calls it 'cowardly'

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    He killed one man in the lobby of an apartment building in Melbourne, and held a female escort hostage of several hours. The woman was rescued unhurt, but three police officers suffered non-life threatening gunshot wounds. While police are treating the incident as an act of terrorism , Ashton was not able to confirm that ISIS was behind the attack. Islamic State has claimed responsibility for Monday's incident, that left an employee of the Brighton serviced apartments where the siege ...
  • Gazprom: New US Sanctions Encourage American Gas Exporters

    Gazprom: New US Sanctions Encourage American Gas Exporters

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    Germany and Austria's open criticism of the United States plans to impose new sanctions on Russia proves that the Western Europe has grown exhausted of the USA sanctions policy, Deputy Chairman of the Russian Federation Council (upper house of parliament) Committee for Foreign Affairs Vladimir Dzhabarov told TASS.
  • Sen. Bernie Sanders condemns shooter who 'apparently' volunteered on campaign

    Sen. Bernie Sanders condemns shooter who 'apparently' volunteered on campaign

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    He ran a construction company, which he turned into a home inspection company in the 1990s. During The Tom Sullivan Show on Wednesday, Tom discussed whether or not the media plays a role in our country's division over politics. Three years earlier, Hodgkinson served as an independent contractor on a county weatherization program. He declined to elaborate on the incident. "There were enough employees that were still there that remembered him".
  • Could Trump use executive privilege to block Comey testimony?

    Could Trump use executive privilege to block Comey testimony?

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    Fired FBI director James Comey may tell the Senate Intelligence Committee next week that President Trump suggested he ease off at least part of the FBI's Russian Federation investigation. Comey reportedly detailed that request, as well as other interactions with the president, in a series of memos. "I want to ask those individuals directly, 'Did they have that kind of pressure?'" Warner said, referring to Coats and Rogers.
  • Mueller investigating Jared Kushner's business dealings

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    Mueller was named by Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein eight days after Comey's dismissal to lead the Russian Federation investigation as a special counsel, a position created to conduct investigations when a normal Justice Department probe would present a conflict of interest or in other extraordinary circumstances.
  • China explosion: Blast rocks kindergarten in Fengxian

    China explosion: Blast rocks kindergarten in Fengxian

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    Police say the blast struck at 4.50pm today in Fengxian in Jiangsu province, but they have no word yet on the number of those injured or killed. Chinese state media CCTV reports that two people died at the scene while the other five died in hospital.