• Scalise's condition after shooting 'more difficult' than thought

    Scalise's condition after shooting 'more difficult' than thought

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    So far, investigators have not linked Hodgkinson to any radical groups, said a law enforcement official who spoke on condition of anonymity. Pence praised their heroism, echoing many others who have said that the tragedy could have claimed countless lives had they not been there and acted swiftly.
  • Secret Service says it has no audio, transcripts of Trump 'tapes'

    Secret Service says it has no audio, transcripts of Trump 'tapes'

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    Much has gone down ever since then, including Comey's explosive testimony, in which he made several accusations against the President and said he hope there were tapes recording their conversations. In recent days, the two men [Comey and Trump] have offered differing accounts of whether Mr. Trump asked Mr. Comey in private conversations within the White House complex to ease off the FBI's probe of former national security adviser Mike Flynn.
  • CNN Files Federal Lawsuit Asking for Comey Memos

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    President Donald Trump complained on social media about the wide-ranging investigation of Russian interference in the USA election as Robert Mueller appeared to widen his probe to include whether Trump tried to obstruct justice. The new development Thursday appears to be that the inquiry has shifted to Mueller. The order by the general counsel for his transition team casts a wide net on documents that could shed light on ties between Trump's presidential campaign and representatives of ...
  • London fire: Protesters swarm Downing Street, demand May's resignation

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    London , Jun 16 Dozens of people attending an angry protest for victims of the Grenfell Tower fire tragedy stormed the local town hall today, reporters at the scene saw. "You have to be prepared to receive people's emotions, and not be so frightened about people", he said. Meanwhile, police have launched a criminal inquiry into the blaze, the United Kingdom daily reported .
  • Trump blasts obstruction of justice probe reports as 'phony'

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    Trump did not identify "the man " but appeared to be questioning the integrity of Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein , the Justice Department's No. Mr Trump, who is due to give a speech in Miami on Friday where he is expected to announce a shift in U.S. policy towards Cuba, also boasted about his deployment of social media, despite warnings by legal experts that his tweets may be used against him in the ongoing investigation.
  • High-flying feat sets record over Niagara Falls

    High-flying feat sets record over Niagara Falls

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    Onlookers were as impressed as they were anxious about the whole stunt, as he set a new record for the "iron-jaw hang". The Niagara Falls, New York Gazette provided details to this story. However, the troupe may be most recognized for their fatal 1940s' seven-person chair pyramid act that killed two members and left a third paralyzed.
  • Trump transition team ordered to save materials on Russia, Ukraine

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    Trump on Friday said the person conducting that probe was the individual who had told him to dismiss James Comey, who had been at the head of the bureau from 2013 until he was sacked early last month. The arsenal: Facing special counsel Robert Mueller's still-growing team of 13 prosecutorial killers, Trump is building his own arsenal. But Rosenstein, too, may ultimately have to hand off oversight given his role in Trump's decision to fire Comey.
  • Irish, British PMs to meet to talk Brexit, Northern Ireland crisis

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    But May, weakened by her election flop, opted to keep Hammond in his job along with other key ministers. Since then there had been Assembly elections in March, followed by a series of negotiations, and then the British general election on June 8, which was again followed by talks on the DUP supporting the Conservative minority government in London.
  • US Senate passes Russia sanctions bill

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    Congress could then disapprove and ultimately block the president from rolling back sanctions with a two-thirds vote . Senate Minority Leader Chuck Schumer (D-NY) told CNN that "we moved to make the Congress, not the President, the final arbiter of sanctions relief when necessary".
  • Vermont to join US Climate Alliance

    Vermont to join US Climate Alliance

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    Numerous public health officials and experts gave the LA Times statements on their reaction to President Trump's decision Thursday. "We're going to have the cleanest water", Trump said at one point. Trump has questioned the science of climate change, which is accepted by the overwhelming majority of the world's scientific institutions, including the U.S.