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Unable to wrestle away the president's cellphone, Team Trump's newest tactic is to suggest the president's tweets are unimportant, even as they tout social media as the president's link to the masses. Supreme Court. The president acknowledged the pressure to curb his Twitter use in a series of tweets Tuesday, although he appeared to blame the push as a result of the mainstream media.
  • Health of Nashville defenceman Ryan Ellis still in question

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    Campbell is a retired Democrat reporter who, much earlier in his career, was an editorial cartoonist in Nashville. Crosby drew a penalty and Pittsburgh scored on the ensuing power play to take a 1-0 lead just 1:31 into the game. "One thing we got going early on was we kind of broke the puck out as a group together", Hainsey said. Regular season and playoffs, I guess that's somewhat predictable.
  • Utah police: 3 dead, 2 injured in Salt Lake City suburb shooting

    Utah police: 3 dead, 2 injured in Salt Lake City suburb shooting

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    Police say a Utah woman fatally shot in an attack that also killed her son filed a telephone harassment report against the shooter days before she was killed. Police did not identify the driver, her daughter or Rackley's sons. A man opened fire on a woman and children inside a vehicle in the street of a Salt Lake City suburb Tuesday afternoon, leaving the woman, a boy and the man dead and two other children injured in a possible murder-suicide.
  • Trump may seek new climate accord

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    Between the climate-change true believers, other Trump-hating partisan Democrats, and less political Americans who don't know much about the Paris agreement but blindly favor what sounds like a cooperative status quo, you'd expect a majority opposed to withdrawal.
  • John McCain Confused During Comey Testimony

    John McCain Confused During Comey Testimony

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    McCain says he wants Comey to answer whether or not Trump's interactions with Comey constitute obstruction of justice. Then he drooped a bit and referred a couple of times to "President Comey " before Comey stepped in and reminded McCain that he was right there.
  • U.S. lawmakers press intelligence chiefs on Russian Federation ahead of Comey hearing

    U.S. lawmakers press intelligence chiefs on Russian Federation ahead of Comey hearing

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    Trump's complaints came just days after Comey confirmed in a public hearing before the House Intelligence Committee that the FBI was investigating possible collusion between the Trump campaign and Russian officials. ". Because if you have not had questions waved off with Mr. Mueller, I think, frankly - and I understand your commitment to the administration - but Sen".
  • Syrian activists: At least 7 killed in Raqqa airstrike

    Syrian activists: At least 7 killed in Raqqa airstrike

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    The IS stronghold of Raqqa was bombed heavily overnight on Saturday, local time, with the terrorist group's Amaq news agency revealing the damage. Baghdadi has been injured at least once by airstrikes, and at the end of previous year feared for his life as coalition forces surrounded Mosul.
  • Trump accuses Comey of lying under oath in fiery news conference

    Trump accuses Comey of lying under oath in fiery news conference

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    Asked by a reporter if he had told Comey to drop the investigation into former national security adviser Flynn, Trump said , " I didn't say that ". Accordingly, we ask that you provide the Committee copies of all memoranda you received from Mr. Comey by no later than June 9, 2017 . "Well, I didn't say that ", Trump said.
  • Senate Republicans outline new health care plan

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    President Donald Trump met with Republican congressional leaders on Tuesday to rejuvenate efforts to overhaul the US healthcare and tax systems as investigations into Russian meddling in the 2016 election campaign weigh on his administration.In a White House meeting, Trump welcomed indications by senior Republicans that the Senate might vote on a healthcare bill in July, before it breaks for the summer, after the House of Representatives passed its own version in May."Now the Senate I'm sure ...
  • Senator grills intelligence chiefs for refusing to answer questions about Trump

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    Two top US intelligence officials declined to say whether they were asked by President Donald Trump to help impede an FBI investigation into Russia's role in the 2016 election . The intelligence chiefs indicated they would be more comfortable speaking in a closed environment and Burr suggested during the hearing that he would schedule time for the four men to return for a closed session.