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Comey said he had never felt the necessity to record the contents of conversations with former Presidents Barack Obama and George W. Bush. According to Marc Kassovitz , the information was privileged , and Comey he may have committed perjury during his testimony .
  • LeBron, Cavs end Warriors' perfect postseason run in Game 4

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    Golden State Warriors forward Draymond Green (23) gestures to fans during the second half against the Cleveland Cavaliers in Game 4 of basketball's NBA Finals in Cleveland , Friday, June 9, 2017. Golden State were bidding for a ideal run of 16 wins from 16 in the play-offs - a feat never achieved before. I think the biggest thing, though, was they brought a level of physicality that we did not match.
  • U.S. intelligence chiefs decline to comment on Trump inquiry

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    While the intended focus of Wednesday's hearing is the foreign intelligence surveillance law, other senators have said they plan to question Coats, Rogers, Acting FBI Director Andrew McCabe and Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein about whether the president meant to derail the Russian Federation investigation when he fired Comey.
  • Leader sympathizes with families of terror victims

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    The bodies of the victims - in coffins draped in national flags and covered with flowers - were then taken for a religious funeral procession near Revolution Square in central Tehran , where Friday Prayers take place. Global leaders offered their support for the people of Iran, but it took longer for the White House. IRGC Brigadier General Hossein Salami also vowed that Iran would " take revenge " for the attacks.
  • Coats refuses to discuss Trump conversations

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    Comey to curtail the bureau's Russian Federation investigation. Mr Rogers said he will not publicly discuss private conversations he had with the president. ABC said "a source familiar with the former Federal Bureau of Investigation director's thinking", revealed that Comey "has told associates he will not accuse the president of obstructing justice".
  • Top Intel Officials Dodge Questions On Trump's Alleged Interference In Russia Probe

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    But today , before the Senate Intelligence Committee, Coats refused to give details about his conversations with the president, saying, "I do not feel that it's appropriate for me to, in a public session, in which confidential conversations between the president and myself - I don't believe it's appropriate to address that in a public session".
  • Intelligence chiefs unsure what can say publicly to Senate

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    The two men were pressed by Republican Sen. DETROW: Not quite because Mike Rogers said something similar, saying, I've never been directed to do anything illegal, immoral, inappropriate, and I don't recall feeling pressure to do so. Comey was sacked as he was overseeing an investigation into Russian interference in the 2016 election and links between the Trump campaign and Russia.
  • President Trump calls United Kingdom election results 'surprising'

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    British newspapers summed it up in a word: Mayhem. "But I take responsibility for the content of the whole manifesto, which I continue to believe is an honest and strong programme for government". "Everybody is positioning themselves", said Anand Menon , professor of European politics and foreign affairs at Kings College London . The blame-game has started within the Conservative Party.
  • Green stays in Game 4 after technical foul fiasco

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    Green was given a weak technical foul in the second half and thought he had been ejected before the officials corrected the mistake on the first-half technical at the scorers' table. "It would be very satisfying to do that", Green said . "I don't pay that much attention to anybody in Cleveland, honestly", he said. "So I knew I didn't have a technical foul, but still trying to figure out why did I get the second one".
  • Judge will decide fate in Michelle Carter trial

    Judge will decide fate in Michelle Carter trial

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    In July, 2014, Roy was found dead in his pickup truck from carbon monoxide poisoning, according to police. In text messages , Carter - who was 17 at the time - told Conrad Roy: "You need to just do it". Judge Lawrence Moniz will now decide her guilt or innocence after analyzing the evidence - which exclusively comprise of dozens upon dozens of messages the two shared, where she allegedly mocked him when he tried to back out of killing himself.
  • As US weighs climate pullout, United Nations wants world to be more ambitious

    As US weighs climate pullout, United Nations wants world to be more ambitious

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    In 2017, the U.S.is the world's second-largest carbon emitter. Shortly after the news broke, the United Nations tweeted " Climate change is undeniable". The U.S. hasn't decided yet. Major oil producers are also seeing the future and diversifying their economies, even Saudi Arabia announcing plans to install 700 megawatts of solar and wind power.
  • Trump to evangelicals: We're 'under siege,' will be stronger

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    Supreme Court and listed other accomplishments, Trump spoke about the executive order on religious freedom that he signed last month. "I can definitively say the president is not a liar", said Mrs Sanders, speaking to reporters during an off-camera briefing at the White House.