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Mattis tells Turkey's PM: US committed to your security

Mattis tells Turkey's PM: US committed to your security

In an analysis, Bulent Aliriza, director of the Turkey Project at the Center for Strategic and International Studies, noted that the decision to arm the YPG came after a high-level Turkish military delegation argued against it in Washington on May 5.


Arizona police: Woman allegedly switched flour for formula

Arizona police: Woman allegedly switched flour for formula

They learned LaPlante has been engaging in a pattern of stealing infant formula, refilling the container with other substances, resealing the containers and returning it to the store. Police said the alleged scheme apparently was motivated by money and apparently took place over at least several days and possibly for up to two months.



Chaffetz asks Justice Dept. watchdog to expand investigation to include Comey firing

Chief of staff Reince Priebus and chief strategist Stephen Bannon urged him to wait, the paper said. It also raised another, perhaps more serious, question: "Why had Trump discussed the Russian Federation probe with the FBI director three times, as he claimed in his letter dismissing Comey, which could have been a violation of Justice Department policies that ongoing investigations generally are not to be discussed with White House officials?" "I'm not going to spend time on the decision ...



US, EU in urgent talks on expanding laptop ban on flights

Last month, the USA banned laptops on flights from countries including the United Arab Emirates, Saudi Arabia, Qatar and Turkey following fears that laptop batteries could be used to house bombs. Agency spokeswoman Jenny Burke said that there was to be no statement on Thursday as no clear decision has been made in this regard, said the Bloomberg report .


Senator Markey says Senate GOP will reject House health care bill

Senator Markey says Senate GOP will reject House health care bill

The US House of Representatives narrowly voted in favour of a healthcare bill drafted to repeal and replace the Affordable Care Act , also known as Obama Care. They are all very mature. Indian-American and top healthcare official Seema Verma was seen standing in the front row along with top Republican lawmakers at the White House lawn.