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Director James Comey during questioning by the Senate Judiciary Committee on Wednesday agreed that Russian Federation provides safe haven for cyber criminals. He also declined to say who was under investigation in the Russia-Trump associate investigation. "I appreciated Comey's candor", Kennedy of the director's testimony.
  • 'Witness Intimidation': Trump May Have Crossed Legal Lines With Comey Tweet

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    A New York Times report this week also said that, during a one-on-one dinner in late January, Mr Trump had asked Mr Comey for a pledge of loyalty but it was not forthcoming. Reportedly Trump is not happy with his communications staff. In an exclusive interview with NBC News , Trump said Thursday he made a decision to fire Comey on his own, before Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein's memo that harshly criticized Comey's actions and suggested he should be removed.
  • Body of suspected shooter found in Dallas

    Body of suspected shooter found in Dallas

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    The body was found inside a home by a police robot along with the body of another person according to Dallas Mayor Mike Rawlings. That's when police said 36-year-old Derick Lamont Brown opened fire on him. "He went in alone and he pulled the paramedic out, placed him in his squad auto and drove him to Baylor hospital", Interim Police Chief David Pughes said.
  • Trump's Voter Fraud Commission

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    Trump claimed widespread voter fraud to explain why Hillary Clinton won the popular vote with nearly 3 million votes, despite providing zero proof. Kobach, who has made a career out of promoting the idea that voter fraud is widespread in America, is a controversial figure, accused by voting right activists of trying to keep legally eligible residents from the polls.
  • Spicer Pressed on Clapper's New Comments on Trump-Russia Collusion

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    Comey instead told Trump he could count on his honesty, the Times said. White House Press Secretary Sean Spicer declined to comment further when asked Friday if there was recording taking place in the Oval Office. The Office of Government Ethics tweeted on Friday a reference to "loyalty to the Constitution" following reports that President Donald Trump asked former FBI Director James Comey for his loyalty.
  • Judge orders Bartlett engineer blamed for fatal train crash to face charges

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    Bostian was the conductor who was at the helm of the train that was traveling at 106 miles per hour, more than double the 50 miles per hour speed limit, as it rounded a curve on the track. A judge says Bostian lives in MA. The family of a NY woman who was killed sought the criminal complaint after city prosecutors declined to press charges.
  • Trump tweets warning to Comey about 'leaking to the press'

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    President Trump fired Comey last Tuesday. The Federal Bureau of Investigation probe and parallel congressional investigations have clouded Trump's presidency since he took office on January 20, threatening to overwhelm his policy priorities.
  • WannaCry ransomware attack: How to protect yourself

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    Thousands of computers around 99 countries, including the UK, US, China, Russia, Spain and Italy, were said to be affected in the attack. Two security firms - Kaspersky Lab and Avast - said they had identified the malicious software behind the attack in over 70 countries, although both said the attack had hit Russian Federation the hardest.
  • Paul Ryan: 'Rescue Mission' is Underway for Health Care

    Paul Ryan: 'Rescue Mission' is Underway for Health Care

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    The first of the grassroots protests were held in House Speaker Paul Ryan's Wisconsin district hours after Thursday's vote. "We're stepping in front of it and rescuing people from a collapsing system", Ryan said. The Republican plan would allow insurers to charge sicker people much higher rates than they do for healthy people under Obamacare, which Price defended as "pricing for what peoples' health status is".