• President Trump not firing special counselor Robert Mueller, White House says

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    Mueller and former FBI Director James Comey worked closely for years in the George W. Bush administration, when Mueller was FBI director and Comey was deputy attorney general. Ruddy argued that Mueller should not have taken the job of special counsel because he was under consideration for the other position, and had had the private meeting with the president for the Federal Bureau of Investigation director appointment.
  • U.S. environment chief exits G7 climate talks early

    U.S. environment chief exits G7 climate talks early

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    Prime Minister Justin Trudeau says he did not ask German Chancellor Angela Merkel to consider keeping all mentions of the Paris climate change accord out of the upcoming G20 leaders meeting statement to placate U.S. Mr Gove said he wanted to enhance the environment and also ensure the United Kingdom continued to produce high quality food, adding the best means to do that was to "exercise appropriate humility and listen and learn".
  • Palestinian attackers killed after stabbing Israeli officer

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    Malka died after a knife-wielding Palestinian stabbed and critically wounded her near the Old City's flashpoint Damascus Gate at around 19:45 (16:45 GMT). Two terror attacks occurred this evening (Friday) in Jerusalem . The Islamic State, in an online statement, today said three IS fighters had targeted "a gathering of Jews" in an operation yesterday during which the three attackers were killed by Israeli police .
  • Trump owes lenders at least $315 million, disclosure shows

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    Mar-a-Lago, which Trump has referred to as the "Winter White House", made $37.2 million from January 2016 through this spring, an increase from the previous year, when the resort earned $29.8 million. The president was not required to file a new finanical disclosure with the Office of Government Ethics until next spring, but Trump chose to voluntarily submit an updated report in his first year in office, following the tradition of past presidents including Barack Obama and George W.
  • Tory-DUP 'grubby deal' must be transparent, says Nicola Sturgeon

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    Sky's David Blevins says sources have confirmed that there is still no agreement yet between the Conservatives and the DUP, despite Mrs Leadsom confirming the Queen's Speech. DUP talks: Theresa May arrives in Downing Street on Wednesday. That business includes Brexit talks between the United Kingdom and the European Union, which will start in Brussels on Monday despite the two-day delay to the Queen's Speech.
  • Ohio Congressman played in baseball game to honor Scalise

    Ohio Congressman played in baseball game to honor Scalise

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    Hodgkinson, who is from IL, is dead. "It's been much more hard than people even thought at that time", President Trump said of Scalise . "We're all praying for him", House Speaker Paul Ryan said during the interview right before the game, adding that Scalise's wife "Jennifer and the kids are here".
  • US, Central America discuss migrants, drugs and economic aid

    US, Central America discuss migrants, drugs and economic aid

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    Mueller III, assembles its own team, the pattern is once again repeating itself. Pence has retained Richard Cullen , chairman of McGuire Woods and former USA attorney in the Eastern District of Virginia, the Washington Post reports . (Russian president Vladimir Putin vocally supported the Federation Internationale de Football Association chief amid the scandal). Although Pence has not been at the center of the questions raised about Trump campaign officials, he hasn't escaped unscathed.
  • British PM May to meet Sinn Fein, other Northern Ireland parties

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    May took up her familiar refrain, arguing the deal is vital to "give the stability to the UK Government that I think is necessary at this time". Sinn Fein's Michelle Gildernew (Fermanagh and South Tyrone) raised concern about an alliance, saying: "This new arrangement is very unsettling and people are concerned and wary of what it may mean, and what promises will be given or promises extracted from Theresa May ".
  • Minnesota officer acquitted in motorist shooting

    Minnesota officer acquitted in motorist shooting

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    After the verdict was read, Yanez's lawyer Earl Gray told KSTP, "It was the right decision". On the video footage, Yanez can be heard saying, "OK don't reach for it then". Castile about the robbery suspicions, only that his brake light was out. Yanez had pulled over Castile and had claimed that he believed Castile was reaching for a weapon, despite instructions not to move his hands.