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Trump says investigation will clear him of collusion accusations

On Tuesday, ABC News learned from sources that Comey, Mueller's successor at the FBI, was asked by Trump in February to end the bureau's investigation into former national security adviser Michael Flynn. "Our nation is grounded on the rule of law, and the public must be assured that government officials administer the law fairly", he said. Comey gave Fitzgerald complete discretion to conduct the investigation, bolstering the special counsel's independence. Read More »

With Android O, you may never have to download another app again

Like its Android counterpart, Google Assistant on iOS answers your questions - from general knowledge, news and weather, local business opening times, and calendar appointments. Before the announcement at Google I/O, we know the features like picture-in-picture, notification channels and improved keyboard navigation for the next version of Android which is Android 8.0. Read More »

Ways To Become A Smaller Target For Ransomware Hackers

The Windows vulnerability theft from the NSA is directly tied to WannaCry. "An equivalent scenario with conventional weapons would be the USA military having some of its Tomahawk missiles stolen". In India, Four computers in a panchyat office at Waynad in Kerala have been suspected to be hit by WannaCry the ransomware. As of Sunday morning, more than 100,000 organizations in at least 150 countries had been affected, according to Europol, the European Union's police agency. Read More »

USA hands Arctic Council gavel over to Finland


The Arctic Council - an worldwide body dedicated to sustaining the Arctic - has concluded its meeting at Fairbanks, Alaska, by signing a treaty that cites climate change in the Arctic and the importance of the Paris Agreement in slowing it. Read More »

Paul Ryan warns against rushing to judgment on James Comey memo

Soon after the firing, a Comey associate told the AP that Comey recounted being asked by Trump at a January dinner if he would pledge his loyalty. "It is obvious there are some people out there who want to harm the president", Ryan said. A day barely passes without some new report about the president and his team. I think we know enough now. And with the GOP holding the 100-strong Senate with 52 Senators to the Democrats' 48, that will surely be the moment we all find out - even if the House ... Read More »

Investigation will prove lack of links with Russian Federation

That would surely include Trump's firing last week of FBI Director James Comey. Dianne Feinstein, the top Judiciary Committee Democrat, saying there was "no better person who could be asked to perform this function". Demands intensified from Democrats on Capitol Hill for the Justice Department to appoint a special counsel or prosecutor to oversee the case. Defending Trump's actions, officials played down the importance and secrecy of the information, which had been supplied by Israel ... Read More »

President Trump should be very afraid of James Comey's memos

Though the White House has denied the allegation, there's mounting unease in markets over the developments in the US government. Legal experts took a dim view of Trump's comments, as quoted in the memo. They came from David Gergen, the typically moderate, mild-mannered CNN analyst and former aide to four presidents, both Republican and Democrat. "What we have is a memo of a president asking highly inappropriate questions of an Federal Bureau of Investigation director", he said . Read More »

The Anti-Distracted Driving Law: What you need to know


Aside from public and private vehicles, the law also covers wheeled agricultural machineries, construction, equipment, and other forms of conveyances such as bicycles, pedicabs, trolleys, "habal-habal", " kuligligs ", wagons, carriages, and carts that are either human-powered or pulled by an animal as long as these are operated or driven in public thoroughfares, highways or streets. Read More »

Online bettors punt on early end to Trump presidency


Green laid out the case for impeachment earlier this week, pointing to Trump's firing of FBI director James Comey , his subsequent warning that "James Comey better hope that there are no "tapes" of our conversations", and his acknowledgement that he had the Russian Federation investigation on his mind when making the firing decision. Read More »

At a Glance: Some of Google's new features seem ... familiar


That echoes Amazon's Echo speaker, which was released earlier and so has had more time to acquire a wider range of abilities. Google Assistant, introduced past year, is now on more than 100 million devices, according to the team's vice president of engineering, Scott Huffman. Read More »

WannaCry attacks are only the beginning


He believes that state-sponsored cyberespionage groups could also take advantage of the SMB flaw to plant stealthy backdoors on computers while defenders are busy dealing with the much more visible ransomware attack . At least eight Australian businesses have been hit by a global cyber attack, but the country appears to have avoided the worst. Microsoft issued a security update in March that stops WannaCry and other malware in Windows 7. Read More »

US governors work Senate as new power brokers in Obamacare repeal

The bill's centerpiece is the gutting of Medicaid, the government health insurance program for the poor, and its effective termination as an entitlement program. The governors are also in the same boat politically as USA senators because both are elected statewide, rather than in smaller districts as House representatives are. Read More »

Donald Trump mêlé à un nouveau scandale — États-Unis


En revanche, cela risque d'impacter ces relations avec les États alliés aux États-Unis, en plus de mettre possiblement en danger les sources qui ont récolté les informations concernant l'EI. En revanche, il explique, sans démentir la diffusion d'informations confidentielles, que le président Trump et Sergueï Lavrov ont discuté des menaces posées par les organisations terroristes, ce qui pourrait justifier le quiproquo de l'histoire. Read More »

Trump "satisfait" des promesses de plus grandes dépenses des autres membres — Otan


Comey ". Il est également sous le coup d'une enquête du FBI sur les liens supposés de son équipe de campagne avec le Kremlin et a décidé le 10 mai de se séparer de James Comey le directeur du FBI chargé des investigations. Si dans l'affaire des informations "secret défense " livrées à la Russie, les juristes sont d'accord pour dire que le président a parfaitement le droit de déclassifier les renseignements de son choix, la crise est plus grave sur l'affaire Flynn. Read More »

Paging James Comey: Some congressional Russian Federation investigators struggle to reach Federal Bureau of Investigation director

Flynn was made Trump's national security adviser despite the information . Comey wrote other memos, although this source didn't elaborate on that point. Despite Flynn telling the team about the investigation into whether he secretly worked as a paid lobbyist for Turkey during the campaign on January 4, about a month after he was informed, Trump still gave Flynn the adviser position, the report said. Read More »

Donald Trump Quoted His Own Tweet in a Header

At the White House counsel's request, Yates had arranged for him to see the evidence against Flynn on January 30. According to that report, senior USA officials perceived the conversation as a signal that Moscow could expect sanctions relief under the Trump administration. Read More »

High Possibility of War with North Korea, Warns New South Korean President


Although the devastating war between the democratic, wealthy south and the communist, impoverished north ended in 1953 without a peace treaty, there are channels of communication between them. South Korean President Moon Jae-in, who took office last week, has campaigned on a more moderate approach towards the North but he has said it must change its attitude of insisting on arms development before dialogue can be possible. Read More »

Does Trump Record His Conversations? The White House Won't Say


Former FBI Director James Comey is "not worried" about President Trump's suggestion that conversations between the two of them could have been taped, CNN reported Friday. But Donald Trump then did an interview with Lester Holt in which he rejected his own cover story and admitted that yes, he had in fact meant to fire FBI Director Comey because he wanted the Russian Federation investigation to come to an end. Read More »

Man charged over pregnant girlfriend's scooter death in Thailand


Police in the country say Danny Glass who was driving the scooter and the driver of the lorry Natt Awut Timsue are to be charged with causing death by reckless driving. In a post on Facebook earlier this month Mr Glass admitted he was "scared" by claims he could be charged over the smash. After Ms Rose's death, he published several videos, including one announcing the "tragic accident". Read More »

Macron's French 'revolution' faces first test

Macron will be inaugurated on Sunday and the centrist's victory over far-right leader Marine Le Pen is threatening to rapidly re-draw the French political map. The breach of Mr. Macron's party, En Marche (On the Move), became public. If another party wins a majority, Macron could be pressured to choose a prime minister from that party, a situation the French call "cohabitation". Read More »

Controversial US Ambassador David Friedman arrives Israel


Trump is expected to visit Israel and the occupied Palestinian territories on May 22 and 23. The two administration officials who spoke to CNN stressed that while Trump has no immediate plans to announce the move , he was not ruling out the possibility in the future. Read More »

UK Labour's main union backer can't see party winning election

But it would go further and link it to a new line between the North East and North West, which Labour calls "Crossrail for the North". He added: "The scale of the task is huge". He said: "Prime Minister, come out of hiding and let's have that debate on television so millions can make up their minds". He told the Standard: "I will always stand up for Londoners - my job is to ensure that whoever is in Number 10 listens to what London needs". Read More »

Global ransomware attack used info stolen from NSA, says Microsoft


Meanwhile, Microsoft also recently began charging customers more for extra security in the top-of-the-line version of Windows 10. Speaking about the same, Dinesh Yadav, Centre for Cyber Crime Investigation, Noida told Indian Express, "WannaCry encrypts core system files and the operating system stops functioning". Read More »

Some of Google's new features seem ... familiar

It's growing its lead over the competition. One of the new features in Android O that was recently announced at I/O is Smart Text Selection . Notification dots . This includes any Android phones, tablets, and even watches that you own. And the Play store will promote a better user experience by highlighting apps that are specifically designed for these devices, Google note. Read More »