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France honours terror victims as Macron, May attend England friendly

French President Emmanuel Macron arrives for a press conference with Senegal's President Macky Sall at the Elysee Palace in Paris, France, Monday, June 12, 2017. Macron added on Tuesday that talks should be "launched as soon as possible", adding, "Once the negotiations have started, we should be well aware that it will be more hard to move backwards". Lire la suite »

US Congressional Baseball Game played after shooting


Scott Applewhite). Currently, the speaker, majority leader and whip and minority leader and whip get congressional protection. The FBI said it was investigating the shooter's "activities and social media impressions" in the months leading up to the attack. Lire la suite »

Highlights From Attorney General Jeff Sessions' Senate Testimony


On Thursday, Trump blasted news reports that he is under criminal investigation as a "witch hunt" against him led by some "very bad" people. A day later, Mr Rosenstein appointed Mr Mueller, who was at the helm of the Federal Bureau of Investigation during the September 11 attacks, as special counsel. Lire la suite »

EU, UK fix date to begin Brexit negotiations

As European leaders tried to fathom exactly how Britain would begin the negotiations, German Finance Minister Wolfgang Schaeuble said Germany wanted a Brexit deal that would limit negative consequences for the bloc but also did not want it to weaken Britain. Lire la suite »

President Pence hires own lawyer for Russian Federation probes


They include Dan Coats, the director of national intelligence, Mike Rogers, director of the National Security Agency, and his former deputy director, Richard Ledget, the Post reported. Moscow has denied US intelligence agencies' conclusion that it interfered in last year's USA presidential election campaign to try to tilt the vote in Trump's favor. Lire la suite »

Haley: 'President Trump believes the climate is changing'


Trump "knows that it's changing and that the USA has to be responsible for it and that's what we're going to do", Haley said. The U.S. was supposed to provide an additional $2 billion, but Trump has balked at that idea, and his proposed budget includes cuts to global climate programs. Lire la suite »

Almost 200 Democrats sue Trump for accepting funds from foreign leaders


White House Press Secretary Sean Spicer responded to the suit by saying the administration's position is that Trump has not breached the anti-corruption clause. It seeks an injunction to stop what the two alleged are the president's constitutional violations. The Trump Organization has said profits from customers representing foreign governments will be donated to the US Treasury Department, but added it will not require such customers to identify themselves. Lire la suite »

Trump may block Comey testimony


It would not work. "But violating executive privilege isn't a crime". What is executive privilege? However, it's not as if these criticisms came out of nowhere either; House and Senate members of both parties had been publicly criticizing Comey for months, including his new boss, Jeff Sessions. Lire la suite »

Secret Service says they have no Comey tapes


The issues related to so called secret tapes came up in days after U.S. President Donald Trump fired former FBI Director James Comey . "In response to your request, the Secret Service has conducted a reasonable search for responsive records", the agency wrote in a statement responding to the FOIA request. Lire la suite »

Sinn Féin to meet Theresa May, warn against DUP deal

DUP leader Arlene Foster arrived for talks with May. Foster tweeted afterward that "discussions are going well with the government and we hope soon to be able to bring this work to a successful conclusion". The DUP leader said: "There's been a lot of commentary around the issues that we are talking about and it won't surprise anyone that we are talking about matters that pertain, of course, to the nation generally". Lire la suite »

Friend of the president says Trump is considering 'terminating' Mueller

Asked what he would do if Trump ordered him to fire Mueller, Rosenstein said, "I'm not going to follow any order unless I believe they are lawful and appropriate orders". In an interview Tuesday morning on CBS , Gingrich said Trump is confident that Mueller will find he did nothing wrong. In appointing Mueller last month, Rosenstein said that the "public interest requires me to place this investigation under the authority of a person who exercises a degree of independence ... Lire la suite »

Simmons says he took devil's horn gesture from Spider-Man


Research reveals this to be an age-old gesture, however. Every rocker and fan knows the universal "devil horns" gesture, heavily popularized by Ronnie James Dio after he linked up with Black Sabbath following his split with Rainbow. The trademark application has been accepted by US Patent and Trademark Office but has not yet been assigned to an examiner. A former contributor to Maximum Rock and Roll , he's been a member of the Melvins ' touring crew for the past eight years. Lire la suite »

Justice Department statement casts scrutiny on 'anonymous allegations'


The Associated Press and other news organizations have also reported that Kushner in December proposed a back channel between the Trump transition team and the Kremlin. "These false attacks, the innuendo, and the leaks, you can be sure, will not intimidate me", he said. Rosenstein's statement started a whole new round of speculation as people attempted to divine its meaning and its timing and its goal, whether or not it was meant to discredit some particular story, all stories generally ... Lire la suite »

Multiple grenade attacks being carried out by Jaish-e-Mohammad: DGP Vaid


Wanted terrorist Mustaq Zargar, who was released in the Kandhar hijack episode in 1999 in exchange of airline passengers with Jaish-e-Mohammad chief Maulana Masood Azhar, has claimed responsibility of four terrorist attacks. Out of the nine personnel, three are in critical condition, while six have suffered minor injuries. As many as nine CRPF personnel were injured in a grenade attack on its camp in Jammu and Kashmir's Tral. Lire la suite »

Macron says 'door always open' for United Kingdom to stay in EU

Mrs May said Britain was going ahead with Brexit and talks would start some time "next week". After talks with British Prime Minister Theresa May in Paris on Tuesday, Macron said the door for Britain to remain a member of the European Union would remain open "until the Brexit negotiations come to an end". Lire la suite »

Trump Interviewed Mueller for FBI Director Job Before Special Counsel Appointment


Until now, Mueller had drawn widespread praise from Republicans and Democrats alike. Tuesday morning, in a statement to CNN , Ruddy disputed Spicer's comments. The interview was first reported by PBS. Comey also told the committee that he authorized the leak of the existence of a memorandum documenting the February meeting in which Trump made that request so as to highlight the need for the appointment of a special prosecutor. Lire la suite »

Rahul Gandhi to embark on 'mission south' this weekend


The State Congress, which has had a tough time uniting its various groups and unable to mount a sustained attack on the Telangana government, hopes the party Vice-President's visit will help change it fortunes at the hustings in 2019. Rahul Gandhi said Prime Minister Narendra Modi had promised to provide two crore jobs, and that CM Rao had promised to provide one job per household. Lire la suite »

Jeff Sessions' explanation for firing Comey just doesn't make sense

Sanders confirmed that the President did interview Robert Mueller as a candidate for FBI director the day before he was named special counsel of the federal investigation into the Trump campaign and Russian Federation ties. There's a viral photo showing Jeff Sessions and Russian Ambassador Sergey Kislyak together on a day Sessions claims the two never met, but the image isn't quite the smoking gun some are claiming it to be. Lire la suite »

SC sites going orange in campaign against gun violence


Days after performing at President Barack Obama's second inaugural ceremony in Washington, D.C., Hadiya Pendleton , a 15-year-old south side Chicago native, was shot dead. "It is high time that we put an end to this epidemic". Highlighted at the event were the partnerships formed to combat gun violence. "Let us hope that in the future we will lose fewer of our fellow citizens to gun violence or the misuse of guns", Malloy said. Lire la suite »

US attorney-general dodges Trump questions, angering Democrats

Mike Rogers, according to a source familiar with the matter. Attorney General Jeff Sessions gave more than two hours of sometimes heated testimony Tuesday, with Democrats demanding details of matters including conversations with President Donald Trump , interactions with the Russian ambassador and the firing of FBI Director James Comey . Lire la suite »