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Rosenstein says he'd need 'good cause' to fire Mueller


One would think that history would be enough to persuade Trump that firing Mueller is a road he doesn't want to travel. The friend of Donald Trump who claimed the president is thinking about firing Robert Mueller , the special counsel in the Russian Federation investigation, slammed the White House on Tuesday for the way it handled his politically explosive remark. Read More »

You need to see this powerful statement by Philando Castile's mother

Shortly after the verdict, the City of St Anthony said Yanez would not return to active duty and that it was negotiating a "voluntary separation agreement" with him. These two decisions create an atmosphere where police violence is sanctioned based on what we think a hypothetical officer could have felt, even if, in reality, the officer was acting recklessly, had ill motives or was acting based on implicit bias. Read More »

Fire Mueller? Don't even think about it


Those with a sense of history might have noted that Mr Mueller also tabbed James Quarles, a private lawyer who was part of the Watergate Special Prosecution Force in the 1970s and is well aware of the challenges of investigations that tread close to the presidency. Read More »

Trump blasts Mueller probe report

The investigation now reportedly includes the President himself, after Senate testimony by Mr Comey indicated that he had tried to get him to drop an investigation into former National Security Adviser Michael Flynn's Russian Federation connections. Read More »

Schiff: The White House Is 'Afraid' of Mueller


The pushback also represented growing willingness among staffers to try to keep Trump from making damaging mistakes - an important internal change in a White House dominated by a president who often demands obeisance. She said the counsel was now pointless, as it's become clear Trump wasn't an initial target of the Russian Federation investigation, which may now be expanding into new areas. Read More »

General leading Philippine battle with Islamists relieved of command


According to CNN Philippines , on Wednesday two jets were conducting strikes against members of the Maute group, which has pledged allegiance to ISIS, when one struck members of the 55th Infantry Battalion. The Catholic Church's social-action arm last week launched a "solidarity appeal" to dioceses to extend help to people displaced by the ongoing clash between government troops and the Maute terrorist group. Read More »


Firefighters rescued numerous occupants, who had been advised to stay in their homes, but at the time of this writing 30 people are confirmed dead . This relies on dental records, fingerprints and DNA when possible and also features like tattoos or scars. In a statement, the Queen praised Britons for staying "resolute in the face of adversity" after three terror attacks and the Kensington fire. Read More »

Shot US congressman still 'critical' but improving - doctor

On Thursday night Scalise was honored at the annual congressional baseball game at Nationals Stadium, where a record crowd showed up. US President Donald Trump has called for unity in the wake of the horrific shooting incident in which a top Republican leader was injured, saying that despite differences the devotion to the country brings the people together. Read More »

58 disparus sont présumés morts — Incendie de Londres


Des chiens sont utilisés pour rechercher les disparus. L'incendie monstre a ravagé une tour d'habitation de la capitale, prenant la vie de 58 personnes dans la nuit de mardi à mercredi, selon le dernier bilan de la police . Autant de questions qui seront passées au crible par les enquêteurs, a assuré Stuart Cundy, promettant que les éventuels responsables seraient traduits en justice . Read More »

Here's what the SNP wants from Brexit talks


Ms Sturgeon said a hard Brexit was "no longer viable" after the Conservatives' majority was wiped out in Thursday's vote. Nicola Sturgeon has today warned the Prime Minister that the Scottish Government and other United Kingdom devolved administrations could derail the final Brexit deal as she stepped up calls to be involved in negotiations. Read More »

Trump confirms he's being investigated for Comey firing

It wasn't clear whether the president was basing his tweet on direct knowledge that he is under investigation , or on reports this week that special counsel Robert Mueller is examining whether the president obstructed justice by firing former FBI director James Comey last month amid the ongoing Russian Federation investigation. Read More »

House Majority Whip Steve Scalise remains in critical, but doctors are optimistic


Dr. Jack Sava , the director of trauma at MedStar Washington Hospital Center, updated his status on Friday afternoon, touting Scalise's improved outlook days after his arrival and 'imminent risk of death'. The shooter was an IL man, James Hodgkinson , who had lashed out against President Donald Trump and Republicans over social media. "I'll miss the banter with him back and forth, but I'm sure there's some substitutes over there I can go pick a fight with", Richmond told reporters . Read More »

Tom Watson ditched as Labour chairman in reshuffle

Smith, who was an adviser to Northern Ireland secretary Paul Murphy in the last Labour government, was a fierce critic of Corbyn when he stood against him in the aftermath of the Brexit vote. Corbyn also named Ian Lavery, Gwynne's co-campaign manager, the new Labour Party chairman, stripping deputy leader Tom Watson of the role. Andrew Gwynne, credited with playing a major role in the General Election campaign which saw Mr Corbyn's Labour gain 30 seats, has been appointed shadow communities ... Read More »

Incendie de Londres: Un nouveau bilan fait état de 30 morts


Theresa May s'est rendue jeudi aux abords de la tour de 24 étages détruite par le feu dans la nuit de mardi à mercredi. De plus, les personnes ayant perdu leur foyer, seront très vite relogées dans le centre de Londres, a déclaré la Première ministre, Theresa May. Read More »

London fire death toll hits 30 as dozens remain missing


Residents are furious that numerous victims have not yet been found or identified, and believe authorities have been downplaying the number of victims. "We like to think of ourselves as "roughty, toughty" and heroes - they are heroes - but they have feelings, and people were absolutely devastated by yesterday's events". Read More »

The charges against Bill Cosby and their potential sentences


The trial has irrevocably damaged the legacy of Cosby, once a towering figure in USA popular culture best known for his seminal role as a lovable father and obstetrician on hit 1984-92 TV series " The Cosby Show ". "Round two may just be around the corner and this time justice will prevail". "I just want to wish all of the fathers a happy Father's Day ", Cosby said. Read More »

Claire McCaskill blasts Republicans for secret, back-door Trumpcare bill


Orrin Hatch, the chair of the committee, for not having a more open process in writing the bill . "People won't be anxious that they're going to lose affordable coverage if they have a pre-existing condition", Hoeven said . Senate GOP members have said they are planning to write their own version of a bill, diverging from the House's American Health Care Act . Leadership has largely been in "listening mode", that aide said, and it's not clear yet how they will be able to consolidate ... Read More »

Arson suspected in Abbotsford tire store fire


There were 40 firefighters on scene to battle the blaze. "Crews did a tremendous job saving the adjacent building and limiting the fire to the building of origin", said assistant fire chief Craig Leighton. The Abbotsford police major crime team is now working with fire investigators to determine the cause of the incident, and is canvassing for video and other witnesses. Read More »

Election 2017: What you want to know about the result

May, who became prime minister after Britain's June 2016 referendum on leaving the European Union , called the election three years early in a bid to strengthen her hand in the looming Brexit negotiations. Some parliamentarians in both the Conservative and Labour parties want to remain in the EU. The election campaign was rocked by two terror attacks, which drew attention to May's record in her former job as interior minister, while her own performances were heavily criticised. Read More »

UK finance minister Hammond seeks "pragmatic" Brexit

Britain voted by 52 percent in favor of leaving the European Union in a referendum a year ago. The concession sets the tone for negotiations over Britain's withdrawal from the European Union that are set to begin in Brussels on Monday. "And if that wasn't enough, calling an unnecessary general election purely for the self interest of the Conservative Party and having mucked that campaign up they are now putting the country in hock to the DUP ". Read More »