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'We need to see Mr. Comey's memo,' Buchanan says

White House Officials have tried to limit the amount of damage caused but Trump has been open about his actions. Speaking to CNN , Republican Representative Carlos Curbelo compared the allegations surrounding Trump to the obstruction of justice cases that led to proceedings to impeach both Richard Nixon and Bill Clinton. Lire la suite »

North Korea links nuclear advances to hostile US policy


Asked about Beijing and Moscow's support for the six previous rounds of United Nations sanctions, Kim said both countries are "close neighbors" who "understand our nuclear projection occurred through the US continued nuclear threat and its hostile policy " toward North Korea. Lire la suite »

It's time for President Trump and James Comey to come clean

He added "there is clearly a lot of politics being played" and continued: "There's been a lot of reporting lately, I think that requires close examination". Trump's plea on Flynn's behalf - perhaps it was prompted by the belief that his aide was a "good guy", perhaps by fear about what goods that good guy might have on him - is the mirror image of his debate pronouncement that "if I win, I am going to instruct my attorney general to get a special prosecutor to look into your situation". Lire la suite »

S. Korean president vows to reopen probe into 1980 massacre


Speaking in Japan, Commander of the U.S. Pacific Command Harry Harris not only maintained that the trilateral alliance between the United States, South Korea, and Japan must remain strong but that the world, but most notably China and Russian Federation, needed to work together to "bring Kim Jong-Un to his senses". Lire la suite »

Ford plans big job cuts

Globally, Ford employs a total of about 15,000 salaried workers in the departments that will be affected with about 9,600 of those workers employed in the USA, 1,000 in Mexico, 600 in Canada and 4,141 in Asia Pacific. After seven straight years of growth, US sales are starting to slow down, which will hurt automakers' profits. Ford said April 27 when it reported first-quarter earnings that it planned to cut $3 billion in costs. Lire la suite »

Blum defends Trump on Russian Federation allegations

While Trump tweeted and voiced his indignation at the White House, Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein, who appointed a special counsel to lead an independent federal Trump-Russia investigation, briefed the entire Senate in private. Trump emphatically said "no" when asked during a joint news conference with Colombian President Juan Manuel Santos in the White House's East Room. The fact that Rosenstein, whom the conservative Wall Street Journal editorial page recently lauded for having ... Lire la suite »

Explaining the mechanics of the Trump-Russia special counsel


Rosenstein already made known how he feels about investigators discussing closed cases, in his memo blasting Comey for publicly discussing the closed Clinton email investigation even when it did not yield charges. Separately, The Washington Post reported Friday that the FBI investigation into possible coordination between Russian Federation and the Trump presidential campaign was moving closer to the White House. Lire la suite »

Former US Rep. Anthony Weiner pleads guilty, could get years in prison


Weiner's political career ended after his penchant for sexting strangers became public. He said his "destructive impulses brought great devastation" to his family and friends. The FBI began investigating the Democrat in September after a 15-year-old North Carolina girl told a tabloid news site that she and the disgraced former politician had exchanged lewd messages for several months. Lire la suite »

GOP'er Calls Out Party: Hillary Would Be Impeached If She Leaked Info


For many months candidate Donald Trump, Fox News, and many Republicans have been advocating Hillary Clinton be charged and locked up for using a private E-mail server to send classified information. The President of the United States does have legal authority to leak classified information, however it's unusual as to why Trump and his staff would contradict themselves as to what was leaked. Lire la suite »

Senate panel chairman: Flynn won't honor subpoena

Presidential election. Senator Richard Burr of North Carolina broke the news of Flynn's failure to comply with the probe. In addition to Flynn, the committee is also zeroing on former Trump camaign aide Carter Page, who has also expressed an unwillingness to cooperate. Lire la suite »

Let's Play Sean Spicer Bingo While We Still Have The Chance


Instead, the problems stemming from Trump's dismissal of FBI Director James Comey, his reported disclosure of highly classified information to Russian officials and his alleged urging of Comey to end his investigation into now-fired national security adviser Michael Flynn seem destined to shadow him as he travels overseas for the first time. Lire la suite »

Microsoft withheld update that could have slowed WannaCry

For instance, require strong passwords that must be changed periodically and constantly remind employees to assist the IT department to apply software patches on all employee workstations by shutting down nightly. "It's very important everyone understands that all they (the hackers) need to do is change some code and start again". Marcus Hutchins has been credited with stopping the WannaCry ransomware attack from spreading across the globe by accidentally triggering a " kill switch ". Lire la suite »

Moto reveals C-series smartphones, moves towards five-series product range


Moto X comes with a 5.5-inch display that is good looking standard for the smartphones. There is a little bit variation in prices between the 3G and 4G. A 5,000mAh battery is also mentioned next to the Moto E Plus. The 5in screen has a resolution of 854x480-pixels, while around the back, there's a 5-megapixel camera with fixed focus lens and LED flash, with a 2-megapixel snapper with flash on the front. Lire la suite »

NGT bans open defecation on Yamuna floodplains


According to the petition, dumping of waste in the Yamuna river had led to stagnation of the river and consequent "explosive breeding" of insects, which is a "biological indicator of water quality and localised water pollution". In the first phase of 'Maili se Nirmal Yamuna Revitalisation Project 2017', two drains - Najafgarh Drain and Delhi Gate Drain - that contribute around 67% of the pollution will be tackled. Lire la suite »

California Highway Patrol issues AMBER Alert for missing one year-old

He is African American with brown eyes and brown hair. The child was allegedly taken by Jason Lam, who is described in the alert as a 30 year-old, 5 foot 3 inch tall Asian male. Lam was last seen driving a 2000 tan Toyota Corolla, license plate No. 5SEY238. The alert is in effect for the counties of San Francisco, San Mateo, Marin, Contra Costa, Napa, Solano, Santa Clara, Alameda and Sonoma, the district attorney's office said. Lire la suite »

Tizen 3.0-powered Samsung Z4 Up For Grabs In India

As the name would imply, the Samsung Z4 is the fourth smartphone in Samsung Z series - however, it isn't the successor to the Samsung Z3. The Samsung Z1 was launched in January 2015, and strangely, was followed by the the Samsung Z3, unveiled in October 2015. Lire la suite »

Macron's march forward depends on next months election


Le Pen's loss to centrist Emmanuel Macron still gave her a historic number of votes, reflecting the changing image of her once-pariah National Front party from fringe force to a political heavyweight. Le Pen spent most of the evening on the attack, but provided few detailed solutions to France's myriad problems, which include a 23-percent youth unemployment rate and a spate of horrifying, terrorist attacks in recent two years. Lire la suite »

Lance Armstrong stars in this fake documentary about drug use in cycling


It was a hilarious 45-minute foray into tennis presented in the style of HBO Sports documentaries, and now the world of competitive cycling is getting the same treatment. Abrams, Adewale Akinnuoye-Agbaje, Kevin Bacon, Joe Buck, Nathan Fielder, Will Forte, Danny Glover, Jeff Goldblum, James Marsden, Julia Ormond , Phylicia Rashad , and Chris Webber. Lire la suite »

3 men stole car, killed 6-year-old in back seat


A second vehicle believed to be involved is a light-colored, two-door sedan. Madison County Sheriff Randy Tucker, center, leans forward and speaks about the interdepartmental cooperation by the agencies of the Mississippi Department of Public Safety, the Madison County Sheriff's Department, Hinds Co. Lire la suite »

New Orleans Removes 3rd Confederate-era Monument


The announcement comes after the city had already taken down a statue of the Confederacy's only president and a memorial to a white rebellion against a biracial Reconstruction-era government in the city. Court of Appeals found in favor of the city, clearing the path for removal. The website contained pictures of the killer posing with the Confederate battle flag in photos, recharging the debate over whether Confederate emblems represent racism or an honorable heritage. Lire la suite »

Lawmakers unanimously approve autism coverage mandate


Alabama lawmakers have approved sweeping protections for Confederate monuments, names and other historic memorials, even as politicians elsewhere rethink the appropriateness of keeping such emblems on public property. Representatives approved the Senate districts plans in a 71-32 party line vote on Thursday night after the reading was finished. Alabama lawmakers have given final approval to new legislative districts. Lire la suite »

Amazon Echo Show is the New Touchscreen Echo Device, Priced at $230

Something that may come in handy to new parents is the option of being able to connect the Echo Show to a smart home camera then use it as a voice-activated baby monitor. Watch video flash briefings and YouTube, see music lyrics, security cameras, photos, weather forecasts, to-do and shopping lists, and more . It's called Echo Show and it can be yours for $229.99. Lire la suite »

Several injured, 1 dead after speeding vehicle drives into Times


A man identified as alleged driver Richard Rojas is seen after a vehicle drove on the sidewalk in New York's Times Square, killing one person and injuring 22 others on May 18, 2017. Other friends say he was having money troubles. One neighbor says Rojas is a "good person" and he doesn't know what happened to him. They spoke to The Associated Press on condition of anonymity because they weren't authorized to speak publicly. Lire la suite »