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The president also told anchor Lester Holt that Mr. Comey assured him three times that he was not under investigation, including once at a dinner when the FBI chief made a pitch to stay on the job. Mr Trump's comments also appeared to have alienated the leadership of the Senate intelligence committee, which is investigating Russian meddling in the election.
  • Michelle Obama criticizes Trump school lunch decision

    Michelle Obama criticizes Trump school lunch decision

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    Wootan said schools struggled with the Obama guidelines at first, but the food service industry has since adjusted. You have to stop and think: why don't you want our kids to have good food at school? If you would like to discuss another topic, look for a relevant article.
  • North Korea sends rare letter of protest over new US sanctions

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    North Korea sent a letter to the U.S. House of Representatives expressing their displeasure with the recent round of sanctions passed. The North's committee said it would fail. And Pyongyang's statements that it needs nuclear weapons to survive suggest Kim "does not intend to negotiate them away at any price", Coats added at a Senate intelligence hearing on worldwide threats.
  • Get involved with our fight against fake news #trustednewsday

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    A free press is essential but with that freedom comes responsibility. Should we stick to purely local issues? "Somebody can make up an incident that didn't happen or can accuse somebody of something they didn't do". Oyez, Oyez - Worthing's town crier has added his booming voice to those backing the Fighting Fake News campaign. "As Mayor and Town and County Councillor for Haywards Heath for over four years I can say that the Middy has been extremely diligent and its contents in the news paper ...
  • More price hikes likely for government insurance markets

    More price hikes likely for government insurance markets

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    And then, third, the tenet of rural America is "We are in it together". While Stefanik said the redirection of funds to federal health centers would offer better care for her constituents, The New York Times reported in March that one in five counties served by Planned Parenthood nationally have no such health centers, forcing patients to drive an hour or more for routine health care at already overburdened health centers.
  • Moon to Xi: Let's Talk

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    Moon accepted the invitation at an "early date" but no specific time was set, according to a statement. Moon also called China's Xi Jinping on Wednesday and spoke to the Chinese leader for 40 minutes. But he also stressed that the serious alternative to a pre-emptive USA military strike against Pyongyang must involve "coming back to fair negotiations" with North Korean officials - talks that would only be possible if a firm set of preconditions were adhered to by Pyongyang.
  • Jury To Brown: Go To Prison

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    CBS affiliate WJAX-TV in Jacksonville, Florida, tweeted that one person could be heard crying softly in the courtroom and that Brown remained stoic as the verdicts were read. Jurors will return for another day of deliberations in the fraud and tax evasion trial of former U.S. Rep. Corrine Brown. She is expected to be sentenced within 120 days.
  • Kano Assembly sets up committee to probe Emir Sanusi

    Kano Assembly sets up committee to probe Emir Sanusi

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    A prominent cleric, Shiek Nasiru Bazallah, has been arraigned in front of a Kano Magistrate Court for allegedly abusing the Emir of Kano , Mallam Lamido Sanusi. Members of the committee include Abdul Madari representing Ajingi constituency (chairman); Baffa Babba-Dan'Agundi representing Kano Municipal (vice chairman) and Kabiru Dachi representing Kiru constituency.
  • Turkey to extradite top Australian Islamic State recruiter 'within months' - PM

    Turkey to extradite top Australian Islamic State recruiter 'within months' - PM

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    Australian Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull said on Friday he expects IS operative Neil Prakash, Australia's most wanted terrorist, to be extradited within the next few months. He was reported killed in May past year, after a drone strike on a meeting in Mosul that he had attended. Prakash also attempted to crowdsource the murder of a journalist at The Australian in August 2015.
  • UK Labour leader accuses Theresa May of 'pandering' to Trump

    UK Labour leader accuses Theresa May of 'pandering' to Trump

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    Regarding the cost of the manifesto, which many have questioned whether the Labour party will actually be able to afford, Mr Kenny said: "We have fully reviewed our spending commitments and people can be guaranteed that we can do it". U.K.'s Jeremy Corbyn proposes wage cap for top earners. John McDonnell, Labour's economics spokesman, has suggested that those earning more than 80,000 pounds - or about $140, 000 - would be asked for a "modest" increase in tax payments, with bigger hikes ...
  • ACB records Kapil Mishra's statement in tanker scam

    ACB records Kapil Mishra's statement in tanker scam

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    Mishra alleged that the man was associated with the Mohalla clinic programme run under Health Minister Satyendar Jain. The former mayor said Mishra was only "an agent of truth" and would keep soldiering on as he was very stubborn. But, the BJP has denied any links with the incident or the person who targeted Mishra. The police must increase Kapil Mishra's security. He had also said that the visitors be allowed to enter his residence without any hassles.