• Donald Trump felt Scaramucci comments in interview inappropriate: White House

    Donald Trump felt Scaramucci comments in interview inappropriate: White House

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    Scaramucci's departure follows one of the rockiest weeks of Trump's presidency in which a major legislative effort - a healthcare overhaul - failed in Congress and both his spokesman and previous chief of staff left their jobs. 'Perhaps it was as simple as John Kelly being a military guy, and a bit more of a grown up compared to some of the people in this White House telling Donald Trump: "This is an intolerable situation".
  • Philippines seeks Asean consensus on N. Korea response

    Philippines seeks Asean consensus on N. Korea response

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    China claims almost all of the resource-rich South China Sea that is also claimed by ASEAN members Vietnam, Malaysia, Brunei and the Philippines . China claims almost all of the strategically vital sea, including waters approaching the coasts of Vietnam, the Philippines , Malaysia and Brunei.
  • Harvard lists ex-White House communications chief Scaramucci as 'dead'

    Harvard lists ex-White House communications chief Scaramucci as 'dead'

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    Apparently, even President Trump has his limits when it comes to obscenity-laced rants denigrating one's colleagues. The other three? John F. Kelly replaced Reince Priebus as chief of staff Monday (he then quickly fired Scaramucci). Scaramucci tendered his resignation as a result but Mr Trump refused to accept the offer, instead putting the communications director on notice, The Huffington Post claims.
  • Conway, ABC host tangle over Trump's involvement in son's statement

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    Speaking on ABC's "This Week", Conway says the White House has made clear it will cooperate with Mueller's investigation into possible coordination between the Trump campaign and Russian Federation. "Let's talk about [President Barack Obama] looking Americans in the eye who are still suffering eight years later". If you like your plan, you can keep your plan and doctor.
  • EF-2 Tornado Hits Midtown Tulsa, Injures More Than a Dozen

    EF-2 Tornado Hits Midtown Tulsa, Injures More Than a Dozen

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    EMSA says they transported an additional 13 people to the hospital after they were injured in area restaurants when the storm hit. Tornado sirens did not alert many Tulsans to the storm. Interstate 44 on the southeast side of the city was closed after a large overhead sign fell, according to a damage report submitted to the National Weather Service (NWS).
  • Terror funding case: ED questions Shabir Shah's wife

    Terror funding case: ED questions Shabir Shah's wife

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    According to media reports, Aslam Wani was arrested from Srinagar on Sunday in connection with terror funding case and will be brought to Delhi. According to the ED, huge amount of money has been deposited in cash and by cheque in the account of Hotel Baisaran, Pahalgam, in Jammu and Kashmir and Shah has 25 per cent partnership in the hotel with his elder brother.
  • Symantec sells its problem SSL unit to DigiCert for Dollars 1 billion

    Symantec sells its problem SSL unit to DigiCert for Dollars 1 billion

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    Symantec explains that the move will allow it to continue to focus on its integrated cyber defence platform and accelerate the pace of innovation in the market. As a result, the company has raised its full year revenue forecast above analyst estimates. The deal was announced alongside Symantec's Q1 earnings, which saw the company post a $133 million GAAP net loss on $1.18 billion in revenue - a 33 percent increase year-on-year.
  • China and Russia Back New UN Sanctions Against DPRK

    China and Russia Back New UN Sanctions Against DPRK

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    The comments came as USA secretary of state Rex Tillerson arrived in the Philippines for a regional summit expected to focus heavily on concerns with North Korea . The resolution also places sanctions on North Korean individuals and entities that support the country's nuclear and missile programs, including the state-owned Foreign Trade Bank (FTB), which officials say acts as their primary foreign exchange bank.
  • US Attorney subpoenas Kushner Companies over EB-5

    US Attorney subpoenas Kushner Companies over EB-5

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    The subpoena concerns at least one Jersey City, N.J., development financed in part by a federal visa program known as EB-5: twin, 66-floor commercial-and-residential towers called One Journal Square, said a person familiar with the subpoena.
  • UN Security Council imposes new sanctions on North Korea

    UN Security Council imposes new sanctions on North Korea

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    But "we should not fool ourselves into thinking we have solved the problem", Haley said . North Korea's patron, China , with its veto power in the Security Council , holds to key to any action against Pyongyang. He argued it is better to have dialogue and utilise a rare opportunity where parties involved in the issue are meeting together. A no-vote by either country would have prevented the sanctions from being imposed.