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Deputy AG: No Plans to Fire Special Counsel Robert Mueller


While it is true that James Comey had told the President that he was not under investigation back in April during their last conversation, we are told that a lot has changed behind the scenes since then. Such a move would create a firestorm coming weeks after Trump fired FBI Director James Comey. The talk about dismissing Mueller appeared to be coming from Trump allies - including some close to White House strategist Steve Bannon - who are increasingly frustrated with the ... Read More »

London attack: Police arrest 19-year-old man

Among the outlets taking part are restaurants around Borough Market, where attackers stabbed five people to death after mowing down pedestrians on London Bridge, killing three. Metropolitan Police Commander Dean Haydon praised the bravery of the police officers and members of public who tackled the three despite the danger of being killed in an explosion had the vests been real. Read More »

DHE Odisha Plus Two Admission 2017 First Merit List Announced Here @Dheodisha


According to the same report, Cuttack-based Ravenshaw Junior College has the highest cut-off at 93.17 percent followed by BJB College in Bhubaneswar with 92.6 percent threshold marks. Saraswati (Junior) Vidya Mandir, Neelakantha Nagar, Berhampur and Basic Science & Humanities (Junior) College, Bhubaneswar are among those colleges whose cut off mark is above 90% for plus two admissions. Read More »

Trump to Announce Tougher Rules for Cuba


Many Cuban exiles needed convincing. The measures will officially be announced tomorrow and take 30 days to initiate the regulatory process. But even as he curbs Obama's détente with Cuba , Trump will stop short of closing embassies or breaking off diplomatic relations restored in 2015 after more than five decades of hostility, US officials said. Read More »

Hodgkinson Wife: 'I'm Sorry He Did This'


And investigators are still canvassing Alexandria, Va., and also here in Belleville, Ill. This 1992 photo provided by the St. Clair County. James Hodgkinson is the Belleville man who shot a congressman and three others Wednesday during practice for the baseball game . Read More »

Senate Votes to Make it Harder for Trump to Lift Russia Sanctions

It also aims to punish Russian Federation s Vladimir Putin for interfering in past year s USA election, and to make it tougher for the White House to roll back sanctions. The new bill would slap sanctions on companies in other countries looking to invest in those projects in the absence of U.S. companies, a practice known as backfilling. Read More »

Uber CEO Kalanick to take leave of absence

In addition to her sexual-harassment allegation, Fowler's almost 3,000-word post chronicled day-to-day indignities women faced at the startup. The first recommendation in the report , according to a 13-page summary, is titled "Changes to senior leadership". Read More »

Crude Oil Steadies Near USD45 Ahead Of Rig Count

The Standard & Poors Energy Sector Index showed a 2.1 drop, overall, with shares of Exxon Mobil falling by 1.4 percent, to hit $81.83; Chevron also fell by almost 2 percent, to hit $106.18. That is "really confirming the fact from last week that demand is a lot lower", said Tariq Zahir, managing member of Tyche Capital Advisors. However, a rising output of shale oil in the United States offset the OPEC cuts and put downward pressure on crude oil price . Read More »

Donald Trump says he is victim of a huge witchhunt


Among those the former FBI director is looking to interview are Director of National Intelligence Dan CoatsDan CoatsMueller requesting interviews with top intel officials: reports Trump under investigation for obstruction of justice: report Trump gives Pentagon authority to set Afghan troop levels MORE , National Security Agency Director Adm. Read More »

The Pittsburgh Penguins Earned Their Second Straight Stanley Cup

He's the seventh player ever to win the honor multiple times and the third player to win it in back-to-back years, joining Philadelphia Flyers' goalie Bernie Parent (1974-75) and Penguins' legend Mario Lemieux (1991-92). Pittsburgh Penguins center Nick Bonino came out on the field at the UPMC Rooney Sports Complex hoisting the Stanley Cup . But the Penguins are in pretty decent shape. Read More »

Why Microsoft's new Xbox costs $500 - and why that's fine

The line-up included the first " Uncharted " game to feature a heroine in place of the "Nathan Drake" hero, a " God of War " sequel with a mighty father-son theme, and a pulse-pounding title starring "Spiderman" of Marvel Comics fame. Or, because the communities for these games have become so huge , the risk level for opening up the network to other networks you have no security control over is too great. Read More »

Katy Perry Shatters Records With This Major Twitter Milestone


The "Chained to the Rhythm" singer just hit 100 million followers on Twitter-earning herself a place in Twitter history. Specifically on Twitter, Rihanna, Kylie Jenner, Selena Gomez, and Taylor Swift all boast an incredible number of followers, with Justin Bieber beating them all at 96.7 million followers . Read More »

Sessions To Testify In Front Of Senate Intel Committee Tuesday

Sessions said he would send Rod J. Rosenstein, the deputy attorney general, to testify about the department's budget. Richard Shelby, R-Ala., Sessions said that he had been scheduled to discuss the Justice Department budget before House and Senate committees but it had become clear some members would focus their questions on the Russian Federation investigation. Read More »

US Senate overwhelmingly passes new Iran-Russia sanctions

While they ultimately decided not to lift sanctions, the administration has expressed reservations about the new bill. Republican senators said Tuesday they expected Trump to sign the bill, which will still need to be passed in the House before it goes to the President's desk. Read More »

United States student's experience in N. Korea 'truly terrible'


The Trump administration issued repeated warnings to North Korea's government for its missile program. "I think that people are trying to be supportive of the family and let the community-family know that we are very with them". "He has spontaneous eye opening and blinking", said Dr Daniel Kanter, director of neurocritical care for the University of Cincinnati Health system. Read More »

USA bill on Russian Federation sanctions prompts German, Austrian outcry

In a statement earlier this week, Crapo said the amendment seeks to apply additional economic penalties on Russian Federation "in response to the violation of the territorial integrity of the Ukraine and Crimea , its brazen cyber-attacks and interference in elections, and its continuing aggression in Syria". Read More »

Incendie meurtrier d'une tour à Londres : où en est l'enquête ?

La veille, elle s'était rendue sur les lieux du drame pour rencontrer les responsables des pompiers et de la police, mais n'était pas allée à la rencontre des habitants, qui le lui reprochent violemment depuis. Arrivé au Royaume-Uni en 2014, le jeune homme était étudiant en ingénierie civile à la West London University. Après que les pompiers leur a dit qu'ils ne pourraient pas leur venir en aide, la famille turque a déclaré qu'ils avaient réussi à sortir de la tour et échappé l'incendie ... Read More »

Obama says Paris Climate Agreement Still Has a Chance

Trump Energy Secretary Rick Perry also is attending this week's energy meeting in Beijing. The Paris climate agreement still has a chance despite the "temporary absence of American leadership", Barack Obama said Tuesday, adding that he was cheered that USA states, cities, corporations and others have made a decision to carry on with the Paris commitments. Read More »

L'abstention pourrait atteindre les 53% selon un sondage


Plus précisément, ce sondage montre que 48% des sympathisants de gauche, 35% des sympathisants de droite, 61% des sympathisants du FN et 35 % des sympathisants d'En Marche! comptent bouder le scrutin. Deux raisons principales à ce rejet des urnes: 27% des abstentionnistes pensent que l'élection est jouée d'avance et que La République en marche va l'emporter, tandis que 24% ne se reconnaissent pas dans les projets ou les personnalités des candidats qui se présentent. Read More »

Donald Trump estime que la "balance" James Comey a confirmé ses propos


L'ex-directeur du FBI, déposant sous serment, n'aura pas franchi le Rubicon en allant jusqu'à accuser Donald Trump de lui avoir demandé expressément d'arrêter "l'enquête russe", comme on désigne outre-Atlantique les investigations sur les cyberingérences de Moscou durant la campagne présidentielle de 2016. Read More »

Lena Dunham shares almost nude snap to prove body confidence


The writer and actress has been super open about her ongoing struggles with endometriosis and how the disease has affected her relationship with her body - but she is powering through with grace and positivity. At the end of May, Lena had to cancel her upcoming Lenny IRL tour, following a recent health scare. "We live a long time, things happen". She thought she was declared to be free of the disease after having her fifth procedure. Read More »