• Sheriff: Georgia inmates overpowered, disarmed slain guards

    Sheriff: Georgia inmates overpowered, disarmed slain guards

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    Christopher Bish confirmed the inmates broke into a home in Madison and stole clothes and food, left their prison whites and made their escape. GBI spokeswoman Nelly Miles said multiple agencies have contributed to the reward fund, which she said is likely to increase.
  • Trump's Attorney General Is Being Questioned By Congress On Russia Connection

    Trump's Attorney General Is Being Questioned By Congress On Russia Connection

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    US Senate Democratic Leader Chuck Schumer on Sunday invited US President Donald Trump to testify before the Senate about his interactions with former Director of the Federal Bureau of Investigations ( FBI ) James Comey . The president had said Comey's testimony vindicates his assertion that Trump himself was not personally under the investigation. The Justice Department has denied that, saying Sessions stressed to Comey the need to be careful about following appropriate policies.
  • Trump Talks Infrastructure, Importance of Programs For American Jobs

    Trump Talks Infrastructure, Importance of Programs For American Jobs

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    With the Ohio River and a dozen barges for his backdrop, President Trump on Wednesday promised a wave of new investment to revitalize inland waterways infrastructure. Winthrow is a small business owner in Louisville, Kentucky. The two families standing behind Trump were from OH and Kentucky. Senior aides touted an air traffic control overhaul plan and prepared infrastructure-themed remarks that Trump delivered rather speedily Thursday in OH; then their boss repeatedly swerved off ...
  • Trump to tout apprenticeships as way to fill jobs gap

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    Legal experts have said that if Trump did ask Comey to drop the investigation into Flynn and showed corrupt intent, which he may have done if, as Comey has said , he cleared the room before making the request, it could constitute obstruction of justice.
  • The House's health care bill is 'mean,' Trump reportedly tells senators

    The House's health care bill is 'mean,' Trump reportedly tells senators

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    Patty Murray, D-Wash., that the Senate panel hold a hearing and take testimony on a health care plan that the GOP is writing in secret . But his allies see few upsides to opposing the Senate repeal bill even if it is imperfect - and argues voting "no" would be tough to sell to his conservative base, the Post reported .
  • Key takeaways from Attorney General Sessions' testimony

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    He said he never met with , or had conversations with, Russians about election interference. Officials said this was in an effort to show there's nothing to hide and nothing controversial about Sessions' interactions with Russian officials.
  • Sessions to Testify in Public Hearing on Tuesday

    Sessions to Testify in Public Hearing on Tuesday

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    Now Sessions will take the same stage. It is one of several congressional panels that, along with a special counsel, is also investigating whether any Trump campaign officials colluded with the alleged Kremlin plot. Trump's aides have dodged questions about whether conversations relevant to the Russian Federation investigation have been recorded, and so has the president.
  • Jeff Sessions denies Russian contact

    Jeff Sessions denies Russian contact

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    Sessions , testifying under oath before the Senate Intelligence Committee yesterday, denied ever having any conversations with Russians about Russian election meddling - including at an event previous year at a Washington hotel that was attended by Russian Ambassador Sergey Kislyak.
  • The White House Can't Decide How to Attack James Comey

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    In response to this veiled threat, Comey said Thursday, "my judgment was I needed to get [the memo] out into the public square". "No I didn't say that ", Trump stated abruptly, taking questions Friday at a joint press conference with Romanian President Klaus Iohannis in the Rose Garden.
  • Georgia manhunt: Authorities identify 2 slain prison guards

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    That police activity was related to the search for Donnie Russell Rowe , 43, and Ricky Dubose , 24. Thirty-one other inmates were on board the bus, which was heading to a diagnostic facility at the time the escape took place, and have provided assistance to investigators, officials said.
  • US student released by North Korea is in coma, family say

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    Apparently, Warmbier fell ill with botulism and lapsed into a coma after taking a sleeping pill at some point after his trial in March 2016 . During that meeting in New York , Yun was told that Warmbier contracted botulism a year ago and went into a coma after taking a sleeping pill, according to the senior U.S.