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Again and again, Comey responded to questions on the Russian Federation investigation by saying, "I can't answer that in an open setting". Comey's statement confirms that Flynn was under criminal investigation while serving as national security advisor, a position that would have granted him access to some of the United States' most closely guarded national security and intelligence programs.
  • 'Wonder Woman' buries 'The Mummy' with $57.2M at weekend box office

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    Unlike those movies, the reboot made a decision to fashion itself as an action pic set in modern times. But that global haul for The Mummy should have Universal executives breathing a little easier. This makes " The Mummy " Tom Cruise's biggest worldwide opening weekend ever as it tops the opening of 167.4 million dollars of " War of the Worlds " in 2005.
  • 'Very Cowardly!': Trump Lashes Out at Comey Over Leaks, Questions Their Legality

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    To demonstrate obstruction of justice, prosecutors must show evidence of "corrupt intent". A person close to Trump's legal team has said a complaint would be filed with the Justice Department . "Mr Trump also seized on Mr Comey's revelation that he had directed a friend to release memos documenting his conversations with the President to a reporter: ".and WOW, Comey is a leaker!" he tweeted.
  • Sea of Thieves' new trailer shows a blundering plundering mission

    Sea of Thieves' new trailer shows a blundering plundering mission

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    Back on ship and sailing through the storm, the players come under attack from another ship and are boarded by vicious nefarious thieving pirates. It seems like cooperative play will be very heavily emphasized in this game, because trying to get through it by yourself seems to be nearly impossible given how the game is designed.
  • Thousands mourn Tehran attack victims, chant "Death to Saudi"

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    The U.S. statement , which expressed grief for the victims, concluded with the phrase "states that sponsor terrorism risk falling victim to the evil they promote". The daily also cited comments made in May by Saudi Arabia's deputy crown prince, Muhammad bin Salman al-Saud, in which he said that Riyadh would bring the "battle" for regional influence to Iran .
  • Peacock Destroys $500 Worth of Wine During Liquor Store Rampage

    Peacock Destroys $500 Worth of Wine During Liquor Store Rampage

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    An animal-control officer then rushed to the scene after Ghanem called 911. He put on a sweatshirt to protect his arms from the bird's claws and eventually apprehending the animal. Still, the story ends with a happy ending for the peacock (though not so much for wine lovers who hate to see a good bottle go to waste). "The more he kept on trying to use the net, the more it kept on flapping its wings and knocking everything over", he added.
  • Trump accuses ex-FBI director Comey of cowardice over 'leaks'

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    Donald Trump has accused sacked Federal Bureau of Investigation chief James Comey of being "cowardly" and acting "totally illegally". Didn't do it myself for a variety of reasons. "This had not been my practice in the past". Comey admitted Thursday in testimony before the Senate intelligence committee that, after Trump fired him on May 9, he asked a friend to leak his documentation of a meeting with the president to the press in the hope of prompting the appointment of a special prosecutor ...
  • House panel demands Trump release Comey 'tapes'

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    No obstruction. No I didn't say that". Mr Comey's testimony is certain to dominate the question-and-answer session when Mr Trump faces the press at the White House later on Friday in a joint news conference with Romania's president. Comey, who was sacked by Trump last month, said he did so in hopes that the memos, which documented what the former director felt was inappropriate contact by the president amid the ongoing investigation, would prompt the Justice Department to appoint a special ...
  • 'London Bridge attackers plan to hire lorry to kill more'

    'London Bridge attackers plan to hire lorry to kill more'

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    Officers from the Metropolitan Police's Counter Terrorism Command arrested a 28-year-old man at a residential address in East London at 2:05 a.m., police said. The three men drove up and down the London Bridge twice before ultimately carrying out the attack, police said. Three Islamist militants rammed a hired van into pedestrians on London Bridge last Saturday before going on the rampage through the bustling Borough Market area where they slit throats and stabbed people.
  • Clinging on to her job, Britain's Theresa May appoints new ministers

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    It may well be able to form a minority government with the help of Northern Ireland's Democratic Unionist Party in the coming days and weeks, but the prime minister's ability to cling to the keys of Number 10 Downing Street is very much in doubt, and her stated goal of unifying the country behind her ahead of the upcoming Brexit negotiations with European Union leaders is utterly out of reach.