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Instead, the election obliterated her political authority and the party is trying to secure the support of the 10 Democratic Unionist Party lawmakers to assure passage of May's program. And according to The Daily Telegraph, some of the most senior members of May's team have held "secret talks" with members of the opposition Labour Party to ensure a soft Brexit.
  • Donald Trump claims 'total vindication' after James Comey accused him of lies

    Donald Trump claims 'total vindication' after James Comey accused him of lies

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    The president's public statements were the first since Comey testified Thursday, accusing Trump of asking him to "let go" of the FBI's Michael Flynn investigation and lift the "cloud" of the Russian Federation investigation. Comey had laid bare on Capitol Hill months of distrust of the president, bluntly asserting that Trump had fired him to interfere with the probe of Russia's ties to the Trump campaign.
  • Trump says Comey leaks are the real issue, in Sunday morning Twi

    Trump says Comey leaks are the real issue, in Sunday morning Twi

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    During a joint press conference at the White House with his Romanian counterpart Klaus Iohannis, who ends an official visit to Washington DC on Friday, a reporter asked him about the existence of those dialogues, and Trump told him that he has nothing further to add on it.
  • Cierran estaciones de TransMilenio por 'cacerolazo' de profesores

    Cierran estaciones de TransMilenio por 'cacerolazo' de profesores

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    Miles de docentes salieron hoy a las calles de Bogotá y con tres marchas y un cacerolazo reclamaron nuevamente al Gobierno para que les de solución a sus peticiones y poder levantar el paro que adelantan hace más de tres semanas. Los profesores también protestaron contra los medios de comunicación, a quienes pidieron imparcialidad a la hora de mostrar las noticias de su paro, afirmando que no fueron ellos los que iniciaron los enfrentamientos de la semana pasada sobre la Calle 26 .
  • Sessions vows to defend himself against 'false allegations'

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    USA intelligence agencies concluded in a report released in January that Russian President Vladimir Putin ordered an effort to interfere in the election to help Trump in part by hacking and releasing damaging emails about Democratic candidate Hillary Clinton.
  • Sean Spicer: White House 'Confident' that Supreme Court Will Uphold Travel Ban

    Sean Spicer: White House 'Confident' that Supreme Court Will Uphold Travel Ban

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    Those explosive allegations have raised questions about whether Trump tried to influence the FBI's probe into Russian interference in the 2016 election and possible ties between the Trump campaign and the Kremlin. 'I'll tell you about that maybe sometime in the very near future, ' the president said. That left open the possibility that other White House staff, or Trump himself, could have been involved in recording their talks, if anyone.
  • UK's May holds alliance talks with NIreland party chief

    UK's May holds alliance talks with NIreland party chief

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    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 talks with the DUP follow May's apology to Conservative rank-and-file lawmakers in a meeting Monday that signaled she would be more open to consultation, particularly with business leaders demanding answers about the details on Britain's departure from the European Union.
  • Trump '100 Percent' Willing to Testify Under Oath

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    During his remarks, the former FBI Director accused Trump of being dishonest, The New York Times reports. In his first congressional appearance since being abruptly fired by Trump last month, Comey detailed months of distrust of the president and bluntly asserted that Trump had fired him to interfere with the probe of Russia's ties to the Trump campaign.
  • President Trump Accuses Fired FBI Director James Comey Of Lying Under Oath

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    When asked if he would testify under oath to special prosecutor Robert Mueller , who is also a former Federal Bureau of Investigation director, Trump said: "100 percent". On Friday, Trump called the testimony a "total and complete vindication " of him. America's top national security officials can also offer supporting evidence for Comey's narrative, as Trump reportedly encouraged them to have a word with Comey on Flynn's behalf.
  • Fears for trapped residents after huge fire engulfs London tower block

    Fears for trapped residents after huge fire engulfs London tower block

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    Actor and writer Tim Downie, who lives around 600 metres from the scene, said he feared the block could collapse. The tragedy will raise new questions about the safety of the huge tower blocks dotted across London and the United Kingdom, and the "stay-put principle" under which firefighters advise residents to stay in their apartments when a fire breaks out.
  • U.S. ambassador to Qatar to step down amid diplomatic crisis

    U.S. ambassador to Qatar to step down amid diplomatic crisis

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    Saudi Arabia's foreign minister, talking to reporters during a news conference in Washington on Tuesday with U.S. Secretary of State Rex Tillerson, said Riyadh was ready to send food and medical supplies to Qatar. US President Donald Trump has signalled his support for the Saudi-led move but other US officials have been more cautious and called for dialogue to end the crisis.
  • North Korea fires suspected cruise missiles after United States drills

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    Last month, North Korea debuted a new midrange missile that flew higher than missiles they previously tested , according to outside experts. The regime of North Korea's leader Kim Jong-un has fired multiple anti-ship cruise missiles in its latest test not just of its missile technology but also of the worldwide community's patience.
  • 'Anxiety and fear' over Tory-DUP deal: Sinn Fein

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    The Prime Minister did not mention the ongoing deliberations as she addressed MPs but called on Parliament to "come together in a spirit of national unity" to deal with the challenges facing the country. Before the election, May proposed a clean break from the European Union , involving withdrawal from Europe's single market, limits on immigration and a bespoke customs deal with the EU.
  • Trump calls former FBI Director James Comey's actions 'cowardly' in tweet

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    House and Senate investigators have now fired off requests for both Mr Comey's memos and any recordings the White House kept of his private meetings with President Trump . "I will tell you about it over a very short period of time ". " Who would do that? ". "I hardly know the man. It doesn't make sense", the president said.
  • Analysts Anticipate Calumet Specialty Products Partners, LP (CLMT) to Announce -$0.44 EPS

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    Davidson. Zacks Investment Research's sales calculations are a mean average based on a survey of research analysts that follow Calumet Specialty Products Partners, L.P. If you are accessing this story on another publication, it was stolen and reposted in violation of global copyright & trademark laws. The firm's 50 day moving average is $4.09 and its 200 day moving average is $4.01.
  • North Korean nukes threaten global peace: Pentagon chief

    North Korean nukes threaten global peace: Pentagon chief

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    A suspected North Korean drone photographed a US missile defense system in South Korea before it crashed near the border where it was found last week, Seoul's Defense Ministry said Tuesday. " North Korea's continued pursuit of nuclear weapons and the means to deliver them [missiles] has increased in pace and scope", Mattis said during a hearing before the House Armed Services Committee on June 12.
  • Trump calls small Virginia island to talk climate change

    Trump calls small Virginia island to talk climate change

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    That prompted the president to call. Moments later, President Donald Trump introduced himself to Eskridge saying, "You got one heck of an island there". "He said not to worry about sea-level rise", Eskridge told The Daily Times. "They talk about a wall, we'll take a wall", Eskridge said. The mayor said he responded by telling Trump just how much island residents appreciate him.
  • More than 50 people injured in London tower block fire: ambulance service

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    Police said earlier they were continuing to evacuate people from the apartment building Wednesday morning. More than 200 people live in the apartment block and evacuations are underway. By morning, tables were overflowing with bottles of water, food, candies and clothing. A helicopter is dwarfed by smoke billowing from the blaze.
  • Massive fire at 27-storey tower block in London, several injured

    Massive fire at 27-storey tower block in London, several injured

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    The fire at Grenfell Tower on the Lancaster West Estate was reported at 01:16 BST and about 200 firefighters are tackling the blaze. Two hundred firefighters were on the scene but Jodie said they struggled to reach those inside the building, who were unable to leave.
  • Sessions: Comey's Oval Office Meeting With Trump 'Not Problematic'

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    There was no blanket comment absolving the White House . But he didn't feel that way past year. John Cornyn, Sessions agreed that Comey exceeded the role of the Federal Bureau of Investigation director during a July 5th press conference, where he called out Clinton for her carelessness, without consulting with then-Attorney General Loretta Lynch.
  • WH: Trump Has 'No Intention' of Firing Mueller

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    But best we can figure out, he couldn't anyway", said Rep. Chris Collins, Trump's liaison to Congress". Investigations are now under way into Russian meddling in the 2016 election. He would like everyone to believe that he is fully free to fire Mueller, even if he chooses not to do so. "If there were not good cause, it wouldn't matter to me no matter what anybody says", explained Rosenstein .
  • Seven arrested in Iran accused of supporting Tehran attacks

    Seven arrested in Iran accused of supporting Tehran attacks

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    On Friday, the ministry said 41 suspects had been arrested around the country in connection with the attacks. Iranian lawmakers said the intelligence minister had assured them that "all Islamic state elements have been eliminated" in the country.
  • Sessions Emphatically Denies Russia Claims in Testimony Before Senate Panel

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    But Democrats on the Senate panel are likely to press him on issues such as his contacts with Russian Federation and his role in the dismissal of Comey - who led the FBI's probe on Russian Federation until he was ousted. National Security Agency Director Michael Rogers and Dan Coats, the director of national intelligence, both declined to discuss their own Trump communications during a hearing last week.
  • Prosecution rests their case in Bill Cosby sexual assault trial

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    Proceedings will now pause for the weekend, with Cosby's defense set to mount its own argument next week. Judge O'Neill, while sympathizing with McMonagle that the testimony may be "difficult to hear" as a trial lawyer, agreed with Feder and denied the motion for mistrial and overruled defense objections.
  • Iran kills mastermind behind Tehran attacks, arrests others

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    Iranian police killed four suspected terrorists, including two foreigners, associated with the militant Islamic State (IS) group in the southern province of Hormuzgan and seized explosives, guns and the group's flag, an Iranian news agency reported on Monday.
  • Cornyn focuses on Comey, Clinton emails in Sessions' Senate hearing on Russian Federation

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    He testified that he never had any meetings or conversations with Russian officials or any other foreign official "concerning any type of interference with any campaign or election". Sessions made clear a few times that he was not claiming executive privilege for himself, but rather that he was protecting the president's right, "if he chooses", to later assert the privilege.
  • Arlene Foster and Theresa May meeting in London

    Arlene Foster and Theresa May meeting in London

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    While some members of her party have said she will have to go eventually, May is expected to stay on as prime minister at least for now. "I don't detect any great appetite amongst my colleagues for presenting the public with a massive additional dose of uncertainty by getting involved in a self-indulgent Conservative Party internal election campaign", Mr Graham Brady, chairman of the 1922 Committee of Conservative lawmakers, told BBC TV.
  • Man charged with attempted murder after hammer attack, NSW

    Man charged with attempted murder after hammer attack, NSW

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    A short time later, police and emergency services were also called to a business on Culgoora Road, Wee Waa, after reports of an assault. He was charged with attempted murder and refused bail. Police arrested the 37-year-old man and took him to Narrabri Police Station where he was charged with murder following the 57-year-old's death. The man was treated by NSW Ambulance paramedics before being taken to Narrabri Hospital in a critical condition.
  • Secret Service says they don't have Trump tapes

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    He said he gave the memo to a friend who is a professor at Columbia University and that the friend anonymously leaked the contents of the memo to his friends at the Times. "Something about the way I was conducting it, the president felt, created pressure on him that he wanted to relieve". By most accounts, Comey was well respected within the FBI and has a reputation as a person of integrity - a reputation that was solidified back in 2007, when he offered damning testimony about ...
  • Two days left for Domingo to reapply for South Africa coach job

    Two days left for Domingo to reapply for South Africa coach job

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    And all this while South Africa‚ who have lost the one-day series in England and shambled out of the Champions Trophy in embarrassing fashion with a crushing loss to India at The Oval on Sunday‚ are trying to focus on the T20 series that starts in Southampton next Wednesday and next month's test series.
  • 7 takeaways from Jeff Sessions testimony

    7 takeaways from Jeff Sessions testimony

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    Attorney General Jeff Sessions has arrived in a Senate hearing room to give testimony expected to focus on the Russian Federation investigation, his contacts with Kremlin officials and his recently tense relationship with President Donald Trump .
  • Jeff Sessions Testifies in Senate Intelligence Hearing

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    Hence, the New York Times headlined its story on the nothing hearing, " Sessions Testimony: Attorney General Refuses To Disclose Talks with Trump ". Another problematic bit of testimony came when Sessions said that it would never be appropriate for the president to discuss a specific case with a Cabinet or other high official.
  • Vote Labour to stop independence referendum - Gordon Brown

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    A spokesman for the Scottish Conservatives said: "With its endless threat of a referendum re-run, nothing poses more of a threat to family incomes in Scotland than the SNP". Mr Robertson added: "With polls narrowing across the United Kingdom, whether or not the Tories can increase their majority could come down to the votes in Scotland".
  • Major fire tears through London apartment building

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    She said her friend jumped. Reports indicate that the residents of the building had complained about fire safety issues earlier but no action was taken. There is no confirmation on what exactly caused the fire, though a resident reportedly said that an explosion was heard. "[There were] big, big chunks of sheet metal coming down hitting the ground".
  • Sessions testifies before US Senate Committee

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    While members of the Senate Intelligence Committee have portrayed their work as a non-partisan search for truth about Russian campaign interference, questions to Sessions on Tuesday afternoon generally had a party-line flavor. Rosenstein testified that he is the only one who has the authority to fire Mueller, who was appointed following the May 9 ousting of James Comey as Federal Bureau of Investigation director, and that he had seen no good cause to do so.
  • Magnitude 6.9 quake reported near Tajumulco, Guatemala

    Magnitude 6.9 quake reported near Tajumulco, Guatemala

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    Julio Sanchez of the volunteer firefighters said the man, who was passing by the church when the natural disaster struck, was receiving care. A church collapsed in San Sebastian, Retalhuleu, injuring one person, emergency services reported.
  • DUP and Conservatives hold talks

    DUP and Conservatives hold talks

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    Brexit minister David Davis has insisted the approach to the European Union divorce has not changed, but May has recognised that a broader consensus needs to be built for Brexit and has made clear she would listen to all wings of the party on the issue.
  • Heinrich: Sessions' testimony shows 'concerted effort' to obstru

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    Sessions differentiated between his more formal meetings with Kislyak, in his Senate office and at the Republican National Convention previous year, versus a more brief interaction that may or may not have happened at a VIP reception following a foreign policy speech Trump gave at a Washington, D.C., hotel in April 2016.