• Witnesses watch Times Square car crash in horror

    Witnesses watch Times Square car crash in horror

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    Times Square is a major commercial intersection, tourist destination in New York City. He is a Navy veteran from the Bronx. "It kind of shows how sad it is to be a veteran, as well as how unsafe it is to be a drunk driver", said Andre Dottin of Brooklyn.
  • Trump to face the press after special counsel announcement

    Trump to face the press after special counsel announcement

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    Jessica Levinson, a law professor at the Loyola Law School, said: "You can start a special investigation that's more narrow and the further you go, the more people you talk to, and the more documents you obtain, then it becomes broader". The President's adoption of the role of a victim has been a potent political weapon before and he has frequently used it to position himself against the Washington establishment, including the media which he uses as a foil in the absence of an easily ...
  • The 11 candidates being considered for Federal Bureau of Investigation director

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    If nothing else, Comey's firing reinforces the need for a Watergate-style congressional committee, or a 9/11-style commission, to investigate the Russian connection, and a special prosecutor to deal with any related criminal issues. The White House has consistently denied having links with Russian Federation. "Jim Comey is a man of principle and integrity", U.S. Rep. Brian Fitzpatrick (R-8) who represents Bucks and portions of Montgomery counties said.
  • Joe Lieberman Leading Choice for FBI Director

    Joe Lieberman Leading Choice for FBI Director

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    His appointment will need to be confirmed by a majority vote in the Senate. "I hope you can see your way clear to letting this go, to letting Flynn go", said Trump, according to a source who read the memo. Lieberman emerging as the front-runner was first reported by Politico . His seat was won by Sen. The report noted that the choice would be unconventional in light of the fact that the Federal Bureau of Investigation is usually not run by politicians, and because he is 75 years old and ...
  • Senate Russia investigators ask Comey to testify, seek documents

    Senate Russia investigators ask Comey to testify, seek documents

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    Putin even suggested that Russian Federation share the records of last week's talks between Trump and Lavrov with the U.S. Congress, if the White House approved. House Committee on Oversight and Government Reform Chairman Rep. Jason Chaffetz on Tuesday also asked for any documents written by Comey describing his communications with Mr.
  • Death And 22 Injured After Vehicle Speeds Over Pavement In Times Square

    Death And 22 Injured After Vehicle Speeds Over Pavement In Times Square

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    Gov. Andrew Cuomo, who came to the scene , saying: "Today's events were nothing short of horrific". The White House says that President Donald Trump has been "made aware" that a auto plowed into a crowd of pedestrians in Times Square and that he will continue to receive updates as the situation unfolds.
  • Lone congressman calls to impeach Trump on House Floor: Does it matter?

    Lone congressman calls to impeach Trump on House Floor: Does it matter?

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    The committee's top Republicans and Democrats asked for all memos created by Comey related to his interactions with not only Trump, but also past presidents and Justice department officials. The release of Comey memos and other materials to Congress would immediately change the nature of congressional investigations into the president and Russian Federation.
  • Commissioner throws weight behind police memorial

    Commissioner throws weight behind police memorial

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    It included law enforcement from state and local departments. What would cities do without courageous law enforcement officers who are willing to risk their lives to protect the rest of us from violent criminals, theft and other injustices? In 1962, President John F.
  • Protests expected to continue, parties speak out about Betty Shelby Trial

    Protests expected to continue, parties speak out about Betty Shelby Trial

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    Shelby fatally shot Crutcher, who had PCP in his system at the time of his death , after she came across his vehicle parked along the side of the highway. He is then shot once in the chest by Shelby and falls to the ground. Shelby looked stone-faced when the verdict was read, but her lawyer said she was "elated" with the jury's decision.