http://normangeestar.net/wp-content/uploads/2017/05/GETTYDonald-Trump-is-facing-ca.jpg

Global News

It says one official had read quotations to the Times and another had confirmed the broad outlines of the discussion. White House press secretary Sean Spicer did not dispute that the revelations were accurate. The FBI's investigation is focused on whether and to what extent Trump campaign and transition team officials were in contact with Russian officials to interfere in the 2016 election.
  • Montana's special election: Know the facts

    Global News

    But Ryan wouldn't say if Greg Gianforte should be barred from joining the House GOP conference if he wins Thursday's election. "That is wrong and should not have happened", he said . A short scuffle could be heard immediately afterward, the Washington Post noted. The last guy did the same thing. Calderone and others associated the incidents with the atmosphere under President Trump, who has repeatedly attacked major news organizations, including CNN , calling them "the enemy of the ...
  • Trump won't move US Embassy to Jerusalem for now, senior official says

    Trump won't move US Embassy to Jerusalem for now, senior official says

    Global News

    President Trump said he will reaffirm the U.S.'s "unbreakable alliance with the Jewish state" while in Israel. The longstanding US stance is that the site is in Jerusalem , full stop. The city is claimed as a capital by both Jews and Palestinians, however, and relocating the US embassy - essentially declaring Jerusalem to be Israeli territory - would raise tensions.
  • Russians Discussed How to Charm Trump Aides

    Global News

    The House Intelligence Committee will subpoena former Trump adviser Michael Flynn after he refused to cooperate with the panel's investigation into Trump campaign ties with Russian Federation. Among those omitted were Putin, RT officials and Russian military intelligence officials whom Flynn had met in Moscow in 2013 as part of his duties as defense intelligence chief.
  • Britain 'furious' over US leaks on Manchester attack

    Global News

    At least 22 people were killed and dozens others wounded when a suicide bomber blew himself up at the end of a concert by U.S. singer Ariana Grande outside the Manchester Arena . Ahmed bin Salem, the spokesman of a Libyan anti-terror force, says the father of Salman Abedi, Hashim, was detained yesterday. A relative told AFP that Abedi had travelled to Manchester from Libya four days before the bombing.
  • Taiwan top court rules in favour of gay marriage

    Global News

    The case was brought to the court by LGBT rights campaigner Chi Chia-wei. The court ruled that restricting people of the same gender from marrying was unconstitutional and ordered the government to revise the law within two years. A court in Taipei deliberated on Wednesday whether or not to allow same-sex couples to be legally married. According to reports , the public opinion in Taiwan had always largely supported the legalization of same-sex marriage - especially with a recent ...
  • Ariana Grande Has Suspended Her Dangerous Woman Tour

    Ariana Grande Has Suspended Her Dangerous Woman Tour

    Global News

    Officials are examining Abedi's trips to Libya as they piece together his allegiances and try to foil any new potential threats. He confirmed that his other son, Ismail, had been arrested Tuesday around Manchester by British authorities in the concert attack probe.
  • South Korea fires at flying object flown from North

    South Korea fires at flying object flown from North

    Global News

    USA secretary of State Rex Tillerson said economic and diplomatic pressure would continue to be applied to North Korea . The North Korean Foreign Ministry on Tuesday defended the ferry service and said that a US bid to boost sanctions on Pyongyang was "arousing a strong backlash and rejection from Russian Federation as it is an arbitrary practice seriously encroaching on the legal interests of not only the DPRK but also Russian Federation".
  • China installs rocket launchers on disputed S China Sea island

    China installs rocket launchers on disputed S China Sea island

    Global News

    China's foreign ministry released a party statement saying that all the nations had agreed to "uphold using the framework of regional rules to manage and control disputes, to deepen practical maritime cooperation, to promote consultation on the code and jointly maintain the peace and stability of the South China Sea".