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The House Intelligence Committee said Wednesday that it approved subpoenas to ex-national security advisor Michael Flynn and President Donald Trump 's personal lawyer Michael Cohen related to its probe into Russian meddling in the 2016 election.
  • Putin says still chance to do global climate deal despite U.S. withdrawal

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    A vision document, issued after the talks, said both the countries also chose to work towards a "qualitatively higher level of military-to-military cooperation". "It reminds me of anti-Semitism". "It is now an important factor in the regional affairs", Putin added. "Just like artists who wake up in the morning in a good mood and start painting, likewise, hackers get up in the morning and read the news about worldwide affairs".
  • Palestinian shot after stabbing Israeli soldier dies

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    According to Israeli military, the attacker was taken to the same hospital as the stabbed serviceman, who escaped with a minor wound. 42 Israeli citizens, two Americans and a British student were killed since the wave of stabbing attacks by Palestinians, which began in the country in 2015.
  • What was James Comey thinking when he met with Trump?

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    The open hearing will be followed by a closed session at 1 p.m. (5 p.m. GMT). Trump cited the Russian Federation investigation as part of his reasoning behind dismissing Comey, leading Democrats, and some Republicans, to call for an investigation into whether the president obstructed justice.
  • Trump Tosses Out Obama Playbook In The Middle East

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    The White House said Trump was being updated on the attacks in Manchester, England , by his national security team. What we saw in this visit is a feeling that "it behooves them to welcome [Trump] and to make him feel happy". "There is no regional peace process or anything like it". On Monday, Trump met with Benjamin Netanyahu at the Israeli prime minister's residence in Jerusalem, where he also spoke of possibilities for recharging the peace process.
  • Greenpeace in Spain protests Trump climate move

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    Trump said he wanted to negotiate a better deal for the US. And if we can, that's great. The United States has an obligation to combat this global threat to public health and safety here at home, and overseas. Ever the showman, the 70-year-old Trump had given his decision a reality TV-style tease, refusing to indicate his preference either way until his announcement .
  • Instagram launches fun stickers to celebrate LGBTQ Pride Month

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    Two days into LGBT Pride Month, Donald Trump's White House has not yet declared June to be LGBT Pride Month. President George W. Bush passed on the tradition that President Bill Clinton started in the 1990s. The GLAAD statement pointed out a "stark contrast" to President Barack Obama during his administration, given that he issued a president proclamation for LGBTQ Pride Month each year in office, and advocated for a new era of LGBTQ acceptance including the repeal "Don't Ask, ...
  • Kathy Griffin set to address Trump photo controversy amid more show cancelations

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    Griffin said she will not refrain from joking about Trump in the future and that she has received "constant" and detailed death threats over the photos . I feel disgusting .[.] Trust me, if I could redo the whole thing, I'd have a blow-up doll and no ketchup. When "Extra's" Renee Bargh asked about Melania Trump's statement questioning Kathy's mental health, Griffin replied, "I think there's a lot of people in this administration that seem, like, super nuts, and I think it's weird that you ...
  • Senate panel will hear from Comey after given OK to testify

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    A source told CNN Wednesday that Comey is also expected to address his private conversations with Trump, where Trump reportedly asked him to kill his investigation into former national security adviser Michael Flynn . Subpoenas also were issued to former Obama Administration national security officials Susan Rice, Samantha Power and John Brennan. USA intelligence agencies reported in January that Russian President Vladimir Putin oversaw a campaign of computer hacking, fake news and ...
  • 'Are you nuts?': Putin ridicules US focus on ambassador contacts

    'Are you nuts?': Putin ridicules US focus on ambassador contacts

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    Speaking at a meeting with senior editors of leading global news agencies Thursday, Putin said that some individual "patriotic" hackers could mount some attacks amid the current cold spell in Russia's relations with the West. The Russian president praised Trump as "a straightforward person, a frank person". He answered questions on a range of topics including Russia's alleged meddling in the USA elections and his opinion on Trump, who took charge of the White House in January.
  • Putin: Russia doesn't hack but "patriotic" individuals might

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    Petersburg International Economic Forum on Friday. "If they have patriotic leanings, they may try to add their contribution to the fight against those who speak badly about Russian Federation", he said during an exclusive interaction with editors of worldwide news agencies."Theoretically it's possible".
  • What do the polls during an election campaign actually mean?

    What do the polls during an election campaign actually mean?

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    On April 19, the day after Theresa May called the election, the Tories' average poll lead over Labour was 17 points. Sterling traded half a per cent lower against the USA dollar after the YouGov data was published . But the firm also allowed itself a huge margin for error, following weeks of polls showing a strong Tory lead amid widespread predictions of a landslide.