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Comey on Trump Tapes: I Hope They Exist. That Would Be Perfect

The president chose to ask Comey whether he was under investigation "because the narrative continues to be perpetuated" that Trump has ties to Russia, Spicer said. Rosenstein had recommended that Mr Comey be dismissed for his handling of last year's probe into Mrs Hillary Clinton's e-mails. The latest tweets are not the first time the administration has threatened to limit media access. Lire la suite »

Beyer Responds to Furor Over Reported Comey Memo

And between the account of the director as it's reported and what the president has been relaying, I think people would probably have a lot more faith in the account coming from the director of the Federal Bureau of Investigation. Any investigation would pay close attention to the timeline. White House Press Secretary Sean Spicer has refused to say whether such recordings exist. Lire la suite »

New poll finds huge public support for Jeremy Corbyn's manifesto promises


And despite backing Labour policies overall, 47% of respondents said they were "less likely to vote Labour" after hearing their policies than they had been before, as opposed to 34% who said the opposite. Now he does have a stronger record than anyone of opposing Britain's recent series of foreign wars and will say: "The "war on terror" which lies behind these interventions has failed". Lire la suite »

Britain's Bernie Sanders wants huge tax hike to make college free

If Labour performs as poorly as expected in June 8's general election , most will blame its unpopular leader Jeremy Corbyn for tacking to the left rather than to the centre ground. And every single working family in this country would pay for Corbyn's chaos with higher taxes . "It is simply not worth taking the risk of this shambles being in charge of our economy and our Brexit negotiations in 3 weeks' time". Lire la suite »

La défense bancale de Donald Trump — FBI


Comey qu'il n'existe aucun "enregistrement" de leurs conversations. "J'allais le limoger quelles que soient les recommandations", a déclaré le président américain dans un entretien à la chaîne de télévision NBC . La Maison Blanche a annoncé que la recherche d'un successeur commencerait immédiatement. A la question de savoir si c'est Rod Rosenstein qui avait entrepris de réévaluer la position de M. Lire la suite »

Sa nomination à Matignon divise à droite — Édouard Philippe


Emmanuel Macron s'est accordé un délai de 24 heures en reportant à mercredi l'annonce du premier gouvernement de son quinquennat, qui devra conjuguer exemplarité, promesses de renouvellement et recomposition politique , après la nomination lundi d'un Premier ministre de droite, Édouard Philippe . Lire la suite »

Top members of Senate Judiciary Committee invite Comey to testify

Democrats demanded an independent commission to dig into his sacking of Mr Comey, but Republican House Speaker Paul Ryan cautioned against "rushing to judgment". Spicer told the gaggle that that Trump recently spoke with Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu , but he insisted that it was about Trump's upcoming trip overseas, and not about how Trump's leaked intelligence reportedly came from the Israelis. Lire la suite »

" "Donald Trump a-t-il " grillé " un espion au service d'Israël?


Trump n'a pas dit spécifiquement via Twitter s'il a ou non révélé des informations ultra-sensibles à des responsables russes. Selon un responsable américain cité par le Washington Post , les informations communiquées par M. Des experts soulignent que la seule révélation de ces informations pourrait permettre aux Russes de remonter à la source. S'ils ne comprennent pas qu'ils portent préjudice à leur pays, ils sont stupides. Lire la suite »

WannaCry ransomwar cyber-attack: Your questions answered


There were 213,000 infected machines in 112 countries as of 1000 GMT on Monday, according to Czech security firm Avast, making it one of the largest coordinated attacks to hit computers across the world. "The WannaCrypt exploits used in the attack were drawn from the exploits stolen from the National Security Agency", Microsoft President and Chief Legal Officer Brad Smith says . Lire la suite »

On Jerusalem, as on Much Else, It's Trump vs. 'Deep State'

The visit, a week before Trump's first foreign trip, coincided with a debate between the two countries on Trump's election pledge to move the USA embassy to Jerusalem from Tel Aviv. No serving USA president has ever visited the Western Wall, because United States policy has been that the final status of Jerusalem has yet to be resolved in Israeli-Palestinian negotiations. Lire la suite »

Memo: President Trump Asked FBI Director To Drop Flynn Investigation

The person says the goal of the memos was to keep a record of encounters Comey found odd or troubling. The documents have to be delivered by May 24, Efe news said. "Soon, the Democrats will also introduce a legislation to create an independent counsel to get the facts free of President Trump's meddling", she said. Lire la suite »

Storms pummel central U.S., as tornadoes kill at least 2

A 46-year-old man was killed at the trailer park and at least 25 other people were injured, according to the Barron County Sheriff's Department . Gary Schulz, who owns a rental storage business near the Prairie Lake Estate Mobile Home Park, said a twister claimed his business eight years ago but spared it this time around. Lire la suite »

Cry if you WannaCry, but don't blame Microsoft for it

Vernick said businesses that failed to update their software could face scrutiny from the US Federal Trade Commission, which has previously sued companies for misrepresenting their data privacy measures. Wellsmore and other cybersecurity experts said the identity of the perpetrators is still unknown. Most similar viruses rely on humans to spread by tricking them into clicking on an attachment harbouring the attack code. Lire la suite »

Trump's team knew Michael Flynn was under investigation

Trump later appointed Flynn as national security adviser, giving him access to a wide array of American intelligence from several agencies, shortly after Trump took office. The op-ed in The Hill raised suspicions that Flynn was working as a foreign agent, and in a letter dated November 30, the Justice Department notified Flynn that it was scrutinizing his lobbying work. Lire la suite »

WannaCry Ransomware Attack: Here Everything you need to Know


As we speak, it has already started infecting countries in UK & Europe, and has not yet spread to India. The reports came swiftly on Friday morning, May 12-the first I saw were that dozens of hospitals in England were affected by ransomware, denying physicians access to patient medical records and causing surgery and other treatments to be delayed. Lire la suite »

Violence Breaks Out During Protest At Turkish Embassy In Washington, DC

Despite Trump's greeting to the Turkish leader, the relationship has been strained by the U.S. refusal to extradite a Turkish cleric living in Pennsylvania whom Erdogan blames for orchestrating a July coup attempt against him. trade, the possibility of technology investments and global funds to enhance investments were discussed follows on from two previously held in the September and March of 2016, Ermut explained. Lire la suite »

Who's to blame for ransomware attack?

Typical ransomware also generates a unique bitcoin account for each payment to make tracing hard. Ashley adds: "In Goa, previously there were two cases where such malicious software hit user demanding ransom but this time it is a massive and a destructive one". Lire la suite »

U.S. admiral: North Korea's actions 'recipe for disaster'


North Korea has made no secret of the fact that it is working to develop a nuclear-tipped missile capable of striking the USA mainland and has ignored calls to halt its nuclear and missile programmes, even from China, its lone major ally. "The United States, we are willing to talk, but not until we see a total stop of the nuclear process and of any tests there". In Washington, A United States defence official told AFP the missile fired on Sunday appeared to be a liquid-fueled KN-17, marking ... Lire la suite »

Attorneys for white Oklahoma officer rest case

Shelby, who has been on unpaid leave, faces four years to life in prison if convicted. A white Oklahoma police officer who fatally shot an unarmed black man previous year was found not guilty Wednesday of first-degree manslaughter. Kunzweiler's questions appeared to stem from a claim that Shelby might have accidentally fired her gun in reaction to hearing Turnbough deploy his Taser. Lire la suite »

Cyber-Security Experts Fear the Progression Of 'WannaCry' Ransomware


Here Everything you need to Know: Bank ATMs all over India be affected by WannaCry worm worldwide assault that locks PCs and requests a payment, digital security specialists said on Monday. The company mainly ended support for the aging operating system in 2014. Brad Smith, the company's lawyer wrote on Microsoft's official blog: "An equivalent scenario with conventional weapons would be the US military having some of its Tomahawk missiles stolen". Lire la suite »

Trump would have "maybe 10 mins" if North Korea attacked


Mr Moon won an election last week campaigning on a more moderate approach towards the North and said after taking office that he wants to pursue dialogue as well as pressure. "We need to return to dialogue with the Democratic People's Republic of Korea, stop intimidating it and find ways to solve these problems peacefully", Putin was quoted as saying, using North Korea's official name. Lire la suite »

What Is Wannacry? What Does WannaCry Ransomware Do?


Named WannaCry (also known as WannaCrypt), the ransomware has infected computers in hospitals, businesses, and homes. Number 10 insisted that the attack, which hit 47 NHS organisations, had affected other unspecified Windows systems and that hundreds of other organisations and businesses across the world were hit by the malicious software attack. Lire la suite »

Collomb, Hulot et Bayrou en tête de liste — Gouvernement Edouard Philippe

Le chef de l'Etat a entamé son quinquennat lundi à Berlin en rencontrant la chancelière Angela Merkel, qui s'est montrée ouverte à son idée de changer les traités européens pour réformer l'Europe. Le chef de l'Etat "a travaillé depuis de longues heures déjà avec Edouard Philippe, ils ont travaillé sur différentes hypothèses, d'abord stratégiques", a indiqué son ancien porte-parole Christophe Castaner sur BFM TV et RMC ce matin. Lire la suite »