• Connecticut's Joe Lieberman interviews for Federal Bureau of Investigation director

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    The interviews come a day after news reports about Comey's claim that Trump asked him to drop an FBI investigation into the conduct of former national security adviser Michael Flynn. Trump criticized Comey for a recent performance testifying to Congress and said Comey's replacement is "going to be outstanding". Mr. Trump is also considering former Republican Oklahoma governor Frank Keating, acting FBI Director Andrew McCabe, and former FBI official Richard McFeely .
  • Trump's Chopper Couldn't Land On Israeli Site, So He's Not Going There

    Trump's Chopper Couldn't Land On Israeli Site, So He's Not Going There

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    Trump was supposed to speak at the ancient and historic mountain fortress of Masada during his upcoming foreign trip, but he will instead speak at the Israel Museum, which apparently can accommodate Trump's chopper. The fortress is a UNESCO World Heritage site. It is one of the country's archaeological wonders. Trump has canceled his visit to the site after Israel said he could not land his helicopter on top of the site.
  • Preds look to oust Ducks in playoffs again

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    The first period came to a close with Nashville and Anaheim knotted up at one, but it was clear from the early stages who was showing up. The winger has been fantastic since the start of the first round, and he's now tied with Ryan Getzlaf for the team lead in playoff goals.
  • Rouhani looks to beat hard-liner as Iran prepares to vote

    Rouhani looks to beat hard-liner as Iran prepares to vote

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    The source also rejected rumors about Nategh-Nouri's dismissal by Khamenei. On May 19th voters in Iran will go to the polls to elect a new president as well as local officials. Ayatollah Khamenei added that the judgment of the two groups would be premised on the people's turnout on elections day. All candidates for elected office must be vetted, a process that excludes anyone calling for radical change, along with most reformists.
  • President Trump Denies Asking Comey To Scuttle Flynn Investigation

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    In a letter to Comey notifying him of his termination last week, Trump thanks the FBI director for telling him "on three separate occasions" that he is not under investigation. Mr. Trump went on to say that Mr. Flynn had done nothing wrong, according to the memo, portions of which were read to the Times reporter by one of Mr.
  • Muslim women can opt out of triple talaq, AIMPLB tells SC

    Muslim women can opt out of triple talaq, AIMPLB tells SC

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    During Wednesday's hearing, when Justice Kurian Joseph asked Sibal if triple talaq was not theologically bad and sinful? Countering Attorney General Mukul Rohatgi's argument that triple talaq had to be tested on the principle of equity, good conscience and Constitutional morality, Sibal said such an examination could not take place in the absence of a relevant law.
  • Over 900 moved from J&K border villages to safer areas

    Over 900 moved from J&K border villages to safer areas

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    Those killed were identified as Tufail Hussain alias Bashir and his daughter Asiya Bi while his wife Zatoon Begam referred to GMC Jammu . "There is the heaviest shelling going on from the Pakistani side". Earlier, a woman died and three persons were injured in firing and shelling by Pakistani troops. On Friday, a BSF jawan suffered minor injuries when Pakistani Rangers violated the ceasefire in Arnia area in Jammu district.
  • Jason Chaffetz wants Comey to testify next week

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    Flynn was forced to resign one day before the conversation between Comey and Trump, after it was revealed that Flynn lied to Vice President Mike Pence about connections he had with Russian ambassador Sergey Kislyak. House and Senate committees have immediately - and rightly - requested copies of the memos related to this controversy. Mitch McConnell, the Republican leader of the Senate, said simply, "It would be helpful to have less drama emanating from the White House".
  • What's next in the Russian Federation investigation? The week's biggest bombshells

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    The conversation provides an inside view of what GOP leaders were thinking of Trump's relationship to Russian Federation before he was confirmed as the party's nominee - and it also shows how they wanted to keep it secret. But acting FBI Director Andrew McCabe told Congress last week that Comey "enjoyed broad support within the FBI and still does today". But Trump defended his highly unusual move the next day, tweeting that he had the right to share information pertaining to terrorism and ...