• US Senate Intel Committee Requests More Information From Comey, McCabe

    US Senate Intel Committee Requests More Information From Comey, McCabe

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    If lawmakers believe a president is guilty of what the US Constitution calls "treason, bribery, or other high crimes and misdemeanors", they may initiate articles of impeachment. Any investigation would pay close attention to the timeline. "Political punters are wondering how many more scandals can Trump overcome", Jessica Bridge of Ladbrokes said in a statement .
  • Labour at new high after manifesto boost

    Labour at new high after manifesto boost

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    The provost also said that he was a "great supporter" of Kezia Dugdale, who he said was "very much the right leader for Labour in Scotland", and insisted: "I don't think we have fallen out". Jeremy Corbyn has come across as a man of the people and real leader. On the chances of a Labour victory, Mr McCluskey said: In terms of the imagery of Jeremy, that's a huge task.
  • In Seattle, Trump's travel ban gets another day in court

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    You "don't have to be Sigmund Freud", he said, to see Mr Trump's true colours. "Why not? "Facially legitimate" - that's all you say!" Federal officers keep watch during a protest of US President Donald Trump's travel ban outside of the US Court of Appeals in Seattle, Washington, US May 15, 2017.
  • Washington unemployment rate drops to 4.6 percent

    Washington unemployment rate drops to 4.6 percent

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    The U.S. unemployment rate was 4.4 percent in April, according to the Bureau of Labor Statistics. Over the past 12 months, Oregon's total nonfarm payroll employment rose 39,100, or 2.1 percent, which was a deceleration from the growth rate near or above 3 percent throughout much of the past four years.
  • Ex-FBI chief Mueller to head Trump-Russia probe

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    Mueller, a much-decorated former Marine, already has considerable experience running complex investigations. Democrats and Republicans alike praised his appointment and hailed his integrity and reputation. A special counsel is empowered to conduct the investigation independent of the Justice Department hierarchy, with a dedicated staff of his choosing.
  • Ian Brady dies at 79, refused to reveal victim Bennett's location

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    He was receiving palliative care from cancer nurses at Ashworth, a high-security psychiatric hospital in the Liverpool area, when his death Monday was announced. Terry Kilbride, the brother of another of the victims, said it was "going to feel good" to see Brady's death in an interview hours earlier. When Hindley died, a banner which read "Burn in hell" was left outside the building.
  • Trump team-Russia had 18 contacts

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    Of the 18 undisclosed contacts, six were phone calls between Russia's ambassador to the U.S., Sergey Kislyak, and advisers to Trump, Reuters reported , citing current and former officials. One of those contacts was by Viktor Medvedchuk, a Ukrainian oligarch and politician, according to one person with detailed knowledge of the exchange and two others familiar with the issue.
  • Texas lands top prep recruit Mohamed Bamba

    Texas lands top prep recruit Mohamed Bamba

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    Bamba went on to list multiple reasons for his commitment decision, including the coaching staff, getting an education in the classroom, strength and conditioning, and skill development. Wilson, the Wolverines now do not have an open scholarship for next season. "I've seen firsthand how much he genuinely cares about me and my family and how he's going to challenge me to be in a state of continuous improvement".
  • France's Handover Starts as Macron Stays Mum on Future Premier

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    Macron addressed thousands of supporters outside the Louvre in Paris late Sunday night, making a call for unity in the country that has seen deep divisions with the rise of the far right. The National Front is also gearing up for a rebranding - if not a makeover - of its ideas. Le Pen, 48, defiantly claimed the mantle of France's main opposition in calling on "all patriots to join us" in constituting a "new political force".