• WaPost: Trump revealed classified information to Russian Federation during recent meeting

    WaPost: Trump revealed classified information to Russian Federation during recent meeting

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    Edward Snowden - the former National Security Agency contractor who leaked classified documents - took to Twitter to comment on the report. Mark Warner, the ranking Democrat on the committee, was not briefed, according to his office. The White House rebutted the story, saying no intelligence sources or methods were discussed. "The chaos that is being created by the lack of discipline is creating an environment that I think makes - it creates a worrisome environment", he said.
  • Trump considering numerous candidates for Federal Bureau of Investigation director

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    Schumer and Warner aren't the only Democrats who have endorsed the idea in the wake of Trump's decision to fire former FBI director James Comey amid the escalating investigation into Trump's potential Russian Federation ties. Bush administration; Adam Lee, the FBI special agent in charge of the bureau's Richmond, Va., field office; and U.S. District Judge Henry Hudson, a federal trial court judge in Richmond, Va.
  • Trump reportedly reveals highly classified information during meeting with Russians

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    Under the "rules of espionage", you don't share intelligence that was shared with you by a partner. The White House said the allegations were false. He says promoting an FBI agent to lead the bureau would allow the nation to "reset" amid accusations that Trump fired Comey to impede the investigation into Russian meddling in the 2016 presidential election and possible collusion with the Trump campaign.
  • How lawmakers get their health care

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    More importantly, if they wanted a better bill, then they should have withheld their vote until improvements were made. Jones explained he opposed the bill on both substantive and procedural grounds. Jones also said he objected to the House not including tax credits for military veterans who choose to seek coverage outside of the Department of Veterans Affairs.
  • Iran's Radical Faction Consolidates Power In Bid To Retake The Presidency

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    In the absence of credible polling in Iran, it is hard to gauge Raisi's popularity across Iran, particularly given that he has not run for presidency before. A picture taken on April 13, 2017 shows former Iranian minister Mostafa Hashemitaba registering his candidacy for the upcoming presidential elections at the Interior Ministry in the capital Tehran.
  • Slum pope/billionaire: Francis to meet with President Trump

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    The stops will come before Trump attends a North Atlantic Treaty Organisation meeting in Brussels on May 25 and a G7 meeting in Italy on May 26. "The objective of this meeting is really to bring together all of the different countries and all of the different religions in the fight against intolerance and to defeat radicalism", one senior Administration official said at the White House.
  • Si Woo Kim to leave golf for military service

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    Kim is the first victor on the tour to go bogey-free over his last 18 holes since Jordan Spieth earlier this season at the AT&T Pebble Beach Pro-Am, and the first Players champion to do so since Tim Clark in 2010. The Players Championship victor Si Woo Kim withdrew from the AT&T Byron Nelson Classic Monday, citing a back injury. American Kyle Stanley and compatriot J.B.
  • Trump asked to turn over any Comey tapes

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    President Donald Trump's abrupt firing of FBI Director James Comey drew controversy and mixed reactions this week. Lindsey Graham said it is time for Trump to come clean about whether he recorded conversations at the White House. "I think the process is going to go quickly", Trump said, adding a list of well-known figures are being considered. Senate Democratic Leader Chuck Schumer said Mr Trump must immediately provide Congress with any tapes and warned that destroying existing tapes ...
  • Controversy over Trump Israel policy ahead of visit

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    Top officials at the State Department, Department of Defense and the USA intelligence community are urging the White House not to recognize Jerusalem as Israel's capital, warning that such a decision would be harmful to the peace process and carry broader regional risks, a senior administration official and several U.S.