• House Republicans Cave One Day After Calling for Rosenstein Impeachment

    House Republicans Cave One Day After Calling for Rosenstein Impeachment

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    Republican Sen. Lindsey Graham of SC also dismissed the possibility, saying it's "more likely" he'd end up " in the NBA playing basketball " than Rosenstein is to be impeached. The House is not expected to vote immediately on the resolution but a confrontation over Rosenstein could expose serious divisions within the GOP over how to handle ongoing investigations into President Trump.
  • Putin soccer ball gift to Trump may have had microchip

    Putin soccer ball gift to Trump may have had microchip

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    Standing next to Russian President Vladimir Putin last Monday, President Trump said he had "confidence in both parties", referring to the US and Russia . "In the White House version of the video, you can hear the question being asked very faintly under the woman who is translating". MSNBC's Rachel Maddow accused the White House Tuesday evening of editing out a key question for Russian President Vladimir Putin in Helsinki last week about whether he had wanted President Trump to win ...
  • 32 killed as Pakistan votes to elect new government

    32 killed as Pakistan votes to elect new government

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    Khan's camp was increasingly confident of winning the election , although it still appeared likely to fall short of the 137 seats needed for a majority in the National Assembly, raising the prospect it would need to find coalition partners among smaller parties and independents.
  • Government seized more than 100 Trump-related tapes from Cohen

    Government seized more than 100 Trump-related tapes from Cohen

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    In that tweet , Trump said it was " inconceivable that a lawyer would tape a client", adding: "The good news is that your favorite President did nothing wrong!" There are, Mr Davis says, "a lot of other tapes". The tape, made in September 2016, two months before the election, was provided to CNN by Mr Cohen's attorney, Mr Lanny Davis . "Well, besides the fact that it's a titillating fact and that we like to know about those kinds of things, that in reality if it's cash or if they ...
  • China’s Xi warns of ‘unilateralism’ in USA trade dispute

    China’s Xi warns of ‘unilateralism’ in USA trade dispute

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    Sharing the stage with his Chinese counterpart, Xi Jinping , at the start of Brics 10th summit, Ramaphosa singled out the bank's establishment as "one of the most important achievements of the first decade of Brics". Mr Ramaphosa said: "We are concerned by the rise in unilateral measures that are incompatible with World Trade Organization rules and are anxious about the impact of these measures, especially on developing countries".
  • Israel shoots down Syria warplane

    Israel shoots down Syria warplane

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    While stating that Israel's long-term goal is to oust Iran from Syria permanently, Israel said it would pursue a "short-term" goal of keeping Iranian forces at least 100 kilometers away from the Israeli-annexed Golan Heights. Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu also met Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov in Jerusalem on Monday to discuss the Syrian conflict. Israel said it shot down the jet after it flew into Israeli territory.
  • Government publishes plans to legislate for smooth Brexit

    Government publishes plans to legislate for smooth Brexit

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    The EU parliament as well as national parliaments of EU nations and Britain need to ratify a deal before the United Kingdom leaves in March. He called for an "intensification of negotiations" and "a way forward as opposed to this sort of tough stance that people feel the need to take".
  • Trump hails start of dismantling North Korean missile site

    Trump hails start of dismantling North Korean missile site

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    North Korea has carried out a total of six nuclear tests, the most recent of which took place in September previous year. Those moves were widely seen symbolic gestures ahead of the Singapore summit. "A Rocket has not been launched by North Korea in 9 months". The launch in February 2016 was particularly contentious because Pyongyang had conducted a nuclear test just a month earlier.
  • Toronto shooting: gunman had history of psychosis and depression, family says

    Toronto shooting: gunman had history of psychosis and depression, family says

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    Witnesses heard many shots and described the gunmen walking along Danforth Avenue firing into restaurants, cafes and patios on both sides of the street. Police haven't identified the two victims, but local politician Nathaniel Erskine-Smith said the 18-year-old woman was Reese Fallon , a recent high school graduate who planned to study nursing.
  • Severe storm possible Saturday afternoon/evening

    Severe storm possible Saturday afternoon/evening

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    The upper level low to our north will move into North Florida. Rain will be heavy at times through the day as temperatures only make it to the low 80s. Additional rainfall amounts of 2 to 5 inches are possible through Wednesday night. With the clouds and rain, afternoon highs will be in the upper 80s to around 90 degrees.
  • Pakistan Elections: Campaign rallies end ahead of Wednesday's vote

    Pakistan Elections: Campaign rallies end ahead of Wednesday's vote

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    Almost 106 million Pakistanis, including more than 19 million new voters, will be eligible to cast their ballots on Wednesday. That attack was the second deadliest in Pakistan's history. Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) candidate Sardar Ikramullah Gandapur was martyred as a suicide bomber targetted his vehiclen DI Khan's Tehsil Kalachi on Sunday.
  • Three mummies found in mysterious sarcophagus opened despite curse fears

    Three mummies found in mysterious sarcophagus opened despite curse fears

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    On one of the skulls found was discovered numerous injuries that were inflicted by a sharp object. " We've opened it and, thank God, the world has not fallen into darkness ", the Antiquities minister said. One of the archaeologists believes the burial of the sarcophagus may date back to the Roman period, which follows the Ptolemaic period, based on its "high" elevation (the sarcophagus was uncovered just 15 feet below the modern street surface).