• Mueller's Russian Federation probe is 'McCarthyism at its worst'

    Mueller's Russian Federation probe is 'McCarthyism at its worst'

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    Bongino said that if Trump is actually guilty of collusion or obstruction of justice , "he's the worst guilty person" he's ever seen. The president waived those privileges. As the Times recounts.he fired the FBI director; he urged the attorney general to renounce his recusal from the investigation and resume supervision of it; and he threatened to fire the special counsel (which the Times strains to depict as "attempts" to fire Mueller).
  • Smoky air returns to Seattle through at least Wednesday

    Smoky air returns to Seattle through at least Wednesday

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    Thick smoke from wildfires across the west and northwest are plaguing multiple states, with thick smoke and unsafe air quality, including Colorado. At least 16 flights at Kelowna International Airport were cancelled or delayed on Sunday , while cancellations were also reported at airports in Penticton and Castlegar.
  • John Oliver Tees Off On

    John Oliver Tees Off On "Truth Isn't Truth"

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    When Todd called him out on the gaffe, Giuliani protested, "Don't do this to me". "No it isn't! Truth isn't truth! ". The comments by the former New York City mayor and Trump attorney caused host Chuck Todd to put his hand on his head and warn that the phrase would become a "bad meme ".
  • Colorado Father Suspected Of Killing Pregnant Wife, 2 Daughters

    Colorado Father Suspected Of Killing Pregnant Wife, 2 Daughters

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    The Weld County coroner's office confirmed three bodies found Thursday are those of Shanann Watts, who was 15 weeks pregnant , and her two daughters. The paperwork also notes that the children were found in an oil tank filled with crude oil and had been there for several days. Ms Watts had recently shared with family and friends that she was pregnant with their third child - a son they had hoped to name Niko.
  • More heavy rains likely in India's Kerala as flood death toll jumps

    More heavy rains likely in India's Kerala as flood death toll jumps

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    Authorities said thousands of people have been taken to safety so far but 6,000 more are still waiting for rescue. Prime Minister Narendra Modi met Saturday with the state's top officials, promising tens of millions of dollars in aid. "It's time the PM rises above political partisan game and comes forward as a nation to help the people of Kerala and Karnataka and declare Kerala floods as a national calamity", he said.
  • Turkey Promotes Talks with U.S. on Bilateral Crisis

    Turkey Promotes Talks with U.S. on Bilateral Crisis

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    Threats and pressure from the United States are fraught with chaos", he said at a joint news conference with his visiting Russian counterpart, Sergey Lavrov. President Donald Trump on Friday ramped up his attack on Turkey by doubling U.S. tariffs on Turkish aluminium and steel imports. His conciliatory remarks came as Washington said that tariffs on Turkish steel and aluminium were unrelated to the case of Andrew Brunson, a Christian evangelical pastor held in Turkey on terrorism charges, ...
  • Paul Manafort's attorneys rest without presenting evidence, witnesses

    Paul Manafort's attorneys rest without presenting evidence, witnesses

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    The last testimony jurors heard in the prosecutors' case against Manafort came from financial crimes special agent Paula Liss of the Treasury Department's Financial Crimes Enforcement Network. Concord has pleaded not guilty to charges that it conspired to obstruct the 2016 USA election by funding a coordinated social media propaganda campaign, run by the Internet Research Agency of St.
  • Donald Trump says will attend November WWI parade in Paris

    Donald Trump says will attend November WWI parade in Paris

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    The president then said that he would "attend the big parade already scheduled at Andrews Air Force Base on a different date, & go to the Paris parade, celebrating the end of the War, on November 11th". Before the postponement announcement, Lietutenant-Colonel Jamie Davis, a Pentagon spokesman, would only say that Defence Department planning for the parade "continues and final details are still being developed".
  • Former Indian PM Atal Bihari Vajpayee passes away

    Former Indian PM Atal Bihari Vajpayee passes away

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    Those who enquired after included prime minister Narendra Modi, union ministers and Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) stalwarts. He was the prime minister who ordered nuclear tests in 1998, stoking fears of atomic war between India and Pakistan.
  • USA officials prohibited from using ZTE and Huawei devices

    USA officials prohibited from using ZTE and Huawei devices

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    The new Defense Authorization Act includes a provision that will largely prohibit United States government agencies and any company wishing to contract with the government from using Chinese components or services, the Verge reported. That means that some components from both companies can still be used, but they are required to not have any access to data, whether it's viewing it or routing it.
  • After her win in Vermont, Christine Hallquist could be first transgender governor

    After her win in Vermont, Christine Hallquist could be first transgender governor

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    She transitioned in 2015 while she was CEO of the Vermont Electric Cooperative, a power utility that she helped turn around. "Well, yes, and I'm not sure I even know what socialism is", Hallquist said . "However, it's always been important to me to live openly and honestly". She also faced some controversy, though, after video surfaced of her calling President Donald Trump "offensive to everyone".
  • Grand jury accuses more than 300 Pennsylvania clergy of abuse

    Grand jury accuses more than 300 Pennsylvania clergy of abuse

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    But the real number was "in the thousands", the grand jury estimated following an exhaustive, two-year investigation , given those children whose records were lost or who were afraid to come forward. "They allowed priests to remain active for as long as 40 years", he said. Shapiro called on bishops to adopt and support four reforms outlined in the report: the elimination of the criminal statute of limitations for sexually abusing children; creation of a longer civil window in the state so ...
  • Omarosa Claims Donald Trump Used Racial Slurs in White House

    Omarosa Claims Donald Trump Used Racial Slurs in White House

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    Sure. However, when it comes to dishonest White House castoffs, I'd personally prefer her scorched-Earth approach over the Steve Bannon , Sean Spicer , and Reince Priebus style of continually carrying Trump's water long after the boss continually humiliated them or tossed them aside.