Ex-FBI Chief Mueller to Lead Special Probe on Russian Federation

Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein, who appointed Mueller, is expected to address an all-senators briefing Thursday afternoon. Trump said in a restrained statement Wednesday that Mueller's "thorough investigation will confirm what we already know - there was no collusion between my campaign and any foreign entity", adding that he looked forward to a speedy resolution to the probe.

White House was warned on Flynn, says former official

White House was warned on Flynn, says former official

On May 9, Whitehouse blasted the White House for not immediately firing Flynn after Yates had warned them. Yates appeared once again in the face of the Trump administration when she testified at a Monday hearing created to explore any collusion between the Trump administration and Russian Federation.

Ferris wheel accident send 3 people to Seattle hospital

Ferris wheel accident send 3 people to Seattle hospital

Responders were told the cart was faulty, and the after-hour's number for the State Department of Labor and Industries was called. Brandi Hamon and Debbie LaFollette, the vice president and president, respectively, of the Rhododendron Festival, said in a joint statement, "First and foremost the Rhododendron Festival would like to ask for everyone to please pray for all the victims in today's carnival accident".

Trump Rules Out Moving Israel Embassy to Jerusalem for Now, Official Says

Naftali Bennett, leader of the nationalist Jewish Home Party, lamented this week "a kind of change in the spirit" of Trump's positions since he was elected. McMaster said Trump - who is due to arrive in Israel for a 24-hour visit next week - wasn't aware where the information about ISIS threats to airliners originated or how it was gathered.

White House: Trump to interview 4 candidates to lead FBI

Trump said he could make a "fast decision" on replacing Comey - possibly before he leaves Friday for Saudi Arabia, the start of his first overseas trip since taking office on January 20. Bush administration policies in the war on terrorism, and 2008 Republican presidential nominee John McCain considered Lieberman as a running mate. Trump met with Lieberman on Wednesday and found him "agreeable".

Senate committee wants Comey to testify

Green called on the American people to "speak out" about impeaching Trump, believing that if the calls grew louder, it would move the House of Representatives to act. The newspaper said Comey was in the Oval Office that day with other national security officials for a terrorism threat briefing . "The idea that we would accept any evidence from President Putin is absurd", Republican Sen.