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Northern Ireland politics hits PM May's coalition talks

According to The Scottish Farmer DUP MPs have promised that the party will fight for a secure future for farmers and fishermen in Northern Ireland and across the UK. The Conservative source said talks with the small Northern Irish party were progressing well as meetings in Downing Street with all of the British province's main political leaders got underway. Lire la suite »

The complex issues of the Russian Federation probe, special counsel

Brand was very recently confirmed as the No. 3 person in the Department of Justice - she's been acting as the associate attorney general for less than a month. Will Rosenstein recuse himself from overseeing... "It's becoming clear to me that the president has embarked on an effort to undermine anyone with the ability to bring any misdeeds to light, be that Congress, the media or the Justice Department". Lire la suite »

Furious Trump blasts Comey sacking probe 'witch hunt'

Depending on how events play out, the Justice Department could face a crisis not seen since the so-called Saturday Night Massacre when President Richard Nixon's attorney general and deputy attorney general resigned after being ordered to fire the independent special prosecutor overseeing the Watergate investigation, said Jeffrey Cramer, a former federal prosecutor. Lire la suite »

Trump gripes about Robert Mueller: 'witch hunt … very bad people!'

The "man" President Trump is referring to is Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein , who wrote a letter recommending Comey be fired . Trump later told NBC's Lester Holt he had planned to fire Comey regardless of what recommendation he received from Rosenstein and Attorney General Jeff Sessions , who has recused himself from the Russian Federation investigation. Lire la suite »

Donald Trump releases financial disclosure about his business assets

We do know that Trump reported making at least $597 million during 2016 and the first part of 2017 off the at least $1.4 billion worth of assets that he has retained. He reported liabilities of at least US$110 million to commercial real estate lender Ladder Capital Corp. The document covers January 2016 to April of this year. Lire la suite »

Prosecutors say they'll retry Bill Cosby


Number one, there are some 60 women who have stepped forward to allege that Bill Cosby sexually assaulted them over the course of some 50 years. She said she hopes the court will allow the other women to testify at the next trial because it might make a big difference. Lire la suite »

White House committed to anti-Russian sanctions - spokesperson


Republicans not only joined Democrats in supporting the initiative, but also helped spearhead it. Graham also introduced an amendment to the bill to reaffirm USA support for North Atlantic Treaty Organisation and Article 5 of its charter, which promises common defense if any one North Atlantic Treaty Organisation member is attacked. Lire la suite »

ATS busts two illegal call centres in Maharashtra


Police ruled out any terror angle . In quick succession, another den was busted in Latur itself, a rented room of a 27-year-old who was caught with over 64 sim cards, a laptop and two unauthorised global gateway machines. Later, one shop was raided in Valandi, almost 70 km from the first location, and two illegal global gateways, 14 SIM cards and other miscellaneous electronic materials were seized. Lire la suite »

Iran MPs mull countermeasures against United States sanctions bill: Lawmaker


The committee would debate the draft of the motion during an open session on July 2 after the parliament's two-week recess, Kamal Dehqan Firouzabadi, the committee's deputy chairman, told IRNA on Saturday. The bill, if ratified, will target the individuals and entities linked to Iran's missile activities. The bill directs the United States president to impose financial sanctions and a travel ban on individuals and entities who "knowingly engage in any activity that materially ... Lire la suite »

Trump Travel Ban: Still Swinging for the Fences


He assailed the Justice Department for a revised version of the measure that he called "watered down" and "politically correct". Sixteen states filed briefs with the Supreme Court on Monday asking that President Donald Trump's travel ban policy be reinstated, saying his executive order was "emphatically not a 'Muslim ban'". Lire la suite »

Donald Trump says no one has any proof on Russian Federation

A person familiar with Trump's tweet said the President was referencing news reports that he is under investigation and was not indicating that he's been personally informed by the special counsel that he is a target of the probe. Stone Jr., an informal adviser to Mr. Trump. All this comes under the backdrop of Trump surrogates attacking Mueller's credibility. Trump's tweets have recently looked an bad lot like what a reporter said were GOP talking points meant to combat the ... Lire la suite »

Mass food poisoning in Mosul camp: child dies


Unconfirmed reports say a second person, a woman, has died. She would not speculate whether the poisoning might have been intentional. The Hasansham U2 camp, between Mosul and Irbil, houses people displaced by an Iraqi offensive to capture Mosul from so-called Islamic State (IS). Lire la suite »

Asked about successor, Vladimir Putin says I'm still working

Biting sarcasm is a favorite form of communication for the retired KGB colonel, particularly when it comes to the foreign policy of Russia's former Cold War foe. In one exchange, a teacher in Siberia said she was making just 16,500 roubles ($286.46) a month, a sum she said she was struggling to get by on. The president said he was surprised, as the average wage for teachers in her region should be twice as much. Lire la suite »

Trump confirms he's under investigation, lashes out at deputy attorney general

As for who the president is referring to, the most likely option is Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein , who appointed Robert Mueller as special counsel . President Donald Trump , not one to shy away from using Twitter , certainly isn't hesitating to tweet his feelings about news reports alleging that he's under federal investigation for obstruction of justice . Lire la suite »

Xbox One X vs. PS4 Pro Specs, Features

He revealed that streaming on Xbox One X is limited to 720p/1080p at 60 fps since 4K requires a lot of bandwidth. Like most consoles before it, The Xbox One X will be a loss leader, with Microsoft taking a hit on the hardware, so they can make it up later on software sales. Lire la suite »

Play ball! GOP, Dems battle together as Team Scalise

Jack Sava , director of trauma at Washington MedStar Hospital Center, briefing reporters. Interest in the charity baseball game has skyrocketed in the aftermath of the shooting, as staffers and lawmakers look to rally around Scalise and the three others who were shot: a congressional staffer, a lobbyist and a Capitol Police special agent. Lire la suite »

Tanaka looks to end struggles in matchup with Angels


With his parents in the stands for Judge's first Major League Baseball game in his home state, the freshly-crowned AL Player of the Week heard familiar chants of "M-V-P, " usually reserved here for Mike Trout , on the disabled list due to torn ligament in his left thumb. Lire la suite »

Navalny jailed, 1500 arrested after protests across Russian Federation


Young protesters flocked to the rallies following calls from opposition leader Aleksei Navalny for students to take charge at the anti-government demonstrations. Petersburg, according to OVD, an independent group monitoring arrests. After his detention, his wife, Yulia Navalnaya, tweeted that he had urged protesters to continue onto central Tverskaya Street, despite the authorities' warning. Lire la suite »

United Kingdom royals honor London fire victims as anger mounts

The British government has announced a 5 million-pound ($6.3 million) emergency fund for the victims. They include a written commitment from the council that all those affected by the fire will be rehoused and relocated within the borough. Families must not face the indignity of having to hand over reams of personal and financial paperwork - which majority will no longer have for obvious reasons - to the overworked and bureaucratic Legal Aid Agency", she said. Lire la suite »

James Hodgkinson's Wife Makes Statement Outside Belleville Home


After getting out of a black SUV that drove down Rolling Hills Lane from the Hodgkinson home, Sue Hodgkinson stood next to a federal agent in front of a gaggle of reporters. That led her to the former owner, who told her he knew exactly who she was looking for. The Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives (ATF) determined both were purchased legally, the FBI said Thursday. Lire la suite »