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There was no immediate information on a cause of death. "Everybody at Fox News is shocked and grieved by the death of Roger Ailes ", he said . Prior to launching Fox News in 1996, Ailes was a longtime Republican media consultant who also helped Presidents Richard Nixon and Ronald Reagan.
  • New Orleans Removes Third Confederate Monument Amid Threats

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    They'll be sitting in an unlocked storage yard, next to piles of scrap - at least for now. Can't see the video below? Gen. Robert E Lee's monument is next. Hillyer said his comment is not just some random right-wing response but reflects how bad Landrieu has handled the monument situation. But the process was stuck in legal limbo for over a year as monument supporters fought to keep them up.
  • Pence releases financial info, Trump plans to

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    It hasn't been easy, and it's getting harder by the day. These students are disrespecting the office of the Vice President. Former FBI Director Robert Mueller has since been appointed as special counsel on the Russian Federation investigation.
  • Man who ran over pedestrians was 'hearing voices'

    Man who ran over pedestrians was 'hearing voices'

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    Details of the circumstances were not immediately available. "He ran out of the auto", Kenya Brandix said. Michael Rickerby, a tourist from Tennessee, said it looked like Rojas "was trying to hit people". Lowe saw injured people, including a woman who "had tracks all over her body". President Donald Trump, whose home at Trump Tower is one mile from the crash scene, was made aware of the incident nearly immediately and given updates, White House Press Secretary Sean Spicer tweeted.
  • House, Senate Russia investigators promise to plow ahead

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    Yet a special counsel appointment increasingly seemed the only viable option, particularly following this week's revelation that Comey took notes on a February meeting with Trump in which he said the president had asked him to shut down an investigation into Michael Flynn, the administration's former national security adviser.
  • Trump Knew Flynn Was Under Investigation for Turkey Lobbying, Still Hired Him

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    It was Trump's first time taking questions since his Justice Department named a special counsel to probe Russia's involvement in the 2016 election. Today marked the first time since the appointment of a special counsel that Trump publicly addressed Comey's firing and the subsequent news of a memo written by the ex-FBI director.
  • Back On Twitter, Trump Throws Tantrum Over DOJ Appointing Special Counsel

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    He claimed " illegal acts " by his election rival Hillary Clinton's campaign and his predecessor Barack Obama's government had not been investigated by a special counsel. The Associated Press reported that House Speaker Paul Ryan supported the thorough and independent investigation. President Donald Trump, striking a defiant tone on Thursday after days of political tumult, denied colluding with Russian Federation during his 2016 campaign or asking former FBI Director James Comey to drop a ...
  • Nikki Haley Offers Historical Opinion On Western Wall

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    A move would also be costly: the USA doesn't own a facility in Jerusalem large enough to house its embassy, and would have to build a secure compound at considerable expense even as Trump seeks money for a military buildup, a border wall and infrastructure development.
  • Tulsa Police Officer Found Not Guilty In Terrance Crutcher's Death

    Tulsa Police Officer Found Not Guilty In Terrance Crutcher's Death

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    Officer Betty Shelby was charged in September with killing Terence Crutcher, whose vehicle had broken down on a Tulsa street. Following the announcement of the decision, the 40-year-old's family members broke into tears and reacted angrily, calling the police authorities corrupt.
  • The Note: The warnings from Yates

    The Note: The warnings from Yates

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    Spicer was reacting to a reporter's question at the White House daily press briefing about Yates' testimony on Monday before the Senate Judiciary Subcommittee on Crime and Terrorism. Former Director of National Intelligence James R. Clapper, who also testified Monday, warned Russia's efforts to influence the election posed a threat to democracy, and the hacking and leaking of Democratic Party emails were a worrying taste of the future.
  • White House: Trump interviewing 4 FBI candidates

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    Frank Keating and the agency's acting director Andrew McCabe. Gore and Lieberman narrowly lost the disputed 2000 election to Republican George W. Bush , and the CT senator mounted his own unsuccessful bid for the Democratic nomination in 2004.
  • The House Oversight Committee wants to see Comey's Trump memos

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    The New York Times published new details Thursday night about the deterioration of the relationship between ousted FBI Director James Comey and Donald Trump, who tried to convince Comey multiple times to drop the federal investigation into his campaign's involvement with Russian Federation.