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Thornberry briefly points at Corbyn's face, while posing for a photograph. As Corbyn and Labour Member of Parliament Emily Thornberry embraced, pointing at the other with huge smiles, the opposition leader's attempt at a "high-five" wasn't seen by his colleague and landed palm flat in a thud against her chest.
  • Comey should get his story straight on Clinton, Trump

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    During his testimony Comey also said that he spoke with the president nine times, and that he thinks he created a written record of each conversation. During nearly three hours of statements Thursday before the Senate Intelligence Committee, Comey described himself as "stunned" by Trump's "very disturbing" and "very concerning" behavior in several of their meetings.
  • New Jersey voters go to polls to replace Gov. Chris Christie

    New Jersey voters go to polls to replace Gov. Chris Christie

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    Gov. Kim Guadagno , in New Jersey's primary Tuesday, the only statewide contest this year along with Virginia, which goes to the polls next Tuesday. On the Democratic side, there are six candidates: Phil Murphy, former Goldman Sachs executive and USA ambassador to Germany; Bill Brennan, a former firefighter and lawyer; Jim Johnson , former US under secretary of the treasury for enforcement; Raymond Lesniak , state senator and former chairman of the New Jersey Democratic State Committee; ...
  • Adam West learned to embrace Batman role he couldn't shake

    Adam West learned to embrace Batman role he couldn't shake

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    In April 2012, West received a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame. Burgess Meredith squawked as the Penguin. West was born William West Anderson in Walla Walla, Washington, where he later earned a degree in literature and psychology from Whitman College.
  • Congressmen seeking any tape recordings of Comey with Trump

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    Comey told the Senate intelligence committee he hoped the move would trigger the appointment of a special counsel to investigate Russian interference in the US presidential election. Comey's almost three-hour testimony before the Senate Intelligence Committee was his first chance to speak in public about the meetings and conversations he had with Trump during the months before being fired.
  • White House defends Trump's scathing tweets

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    He then touted Trump's 110 million followers across social media platforms. President Donald Trump's tweets should be considered official statements, according to Trump's top spokesperson. These are serious words coming out of the highest office holder in the land, and all that this bot does is just give those messages the proper honor they deserve....
  • Coats, Rogers testify they have not been pressured by Trump administration

    Coats, Rogers testify they have not been pressured by Trump administration

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    Sen. Martin Heinrich (D., N.M.) and Director of National Intelligencer Dan Coats had a testy exchange Wednesday over Coats' answer about private conversations with President Donald Trump . "I'm not sure I have a legal basis", Coats responded. The three are expected to provide a comprehensive overview of FISA's authorities, its current oversight mechanisms and examples of the value this court-authorized collection provides to the United States intelligence community, according to the ...
  • Supermarket employee kills 3 co-workers, self in Pennsylvania

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    Police stressed that the store was closed to the public when the shooting occurred, and that nobody else was inside at the time. He ends the video pondering how to prevent something like this from happening again, and says to the camera: "you can't prevent it".
  • Never felt pressured to intervene with Russian investigation

    Never felt pressured to intervene with Russian investigation

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    His exchange was shared and discussed widely on social media, with many praising his tenacity while others accused him of grandstanding. Since assuming the role of special counsel, Mueller has bolstered that reputation by staffing his office with former colleagues from the law firm of Wilmer Cutler Pickering Hale & Dorr and his former law partner James Quarles, who worked on the Watergate investigation.
  • Adam West, TV's Batman, Dies at 88

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    West died Friday night after "a short but fearless battle with leukemia", his publicist, Molly Schoneveld, said Saturday in a statement . His death was confirmed on his official Twitter account with a post credited to the West family.