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Dennis Rodman says 'trying to open door' in North Korea

In 2014 , Rodman arranged a basketball game with other former NBA players and North Koreans and regaled leader Kim with a rendition of " Happy Birthday ". He should call publicly on Dennis Rodman to ask the North Korean regime to take him to the camps where Kim's people suffer and what amounts to countless crime against humanity.



Megyn Kelly says important to 'shine a light' on Alex Jones

But critics , including family members of victims killed in the 2012 shooting that left 27 dead, are arguing that the interview elevates Jones' platform and legitimizes his provocative viewpoints. Nelba Marquez-Greene, whose six-year-old daughter, Ana Grace , was among those killed, said she feared the interview with Mr Jones would encourage other conspiracy theorists who have harassed her and accused her of being part of a hoax .



Bill Cosby's accuser was 'humiliated' by alleged sex attack

Bill Cosby arrives for his sexual assault trial at the Montgomery County Courthouse in Norristown , Pa. Constand has testified about how her professional relationship with the Temple University trustee evolved into a friendship. Miller, who represented William Morris in the case, said Johnson was tearful as she described waking up on a bed with her dress pulled down and her breast exposed - details that matched the story Johnson told on the stand.


It's Jeff Sessions' turn in the hot seat

It's Jeff Sessions' turn in the hot seat

Sessions stepped aside in March from the federal investigation into contacts between Russia and the campaign after acknowledging that had met twice past year with the Russian ambassador to the U.S. Briefing congressional appropriators on the Justice Department's budget is a critical part of the attorney general's job. A number of members are concerned Sessions may be attempting to avoid testifying in public by scrapping his previously scheduled Senate and House Appropriations appearances ...



US Appeals Court Upholds Block on Trump Travel Ban

The judges said the president violated USA immigration law by discriminating against people based on their nationality and that Trump failed to show their entry into the country would hurt American interests. Asked whether the president's tweets - which were cited in the court's ruling - were endangering policy, Spicer said cases should be decided on the rule of law.



Attorney General Session next up for Capitol Hill scrutiny

Back here in Washington , the long-awaited testimony from fired FBI Director James Comey may be over, but the reverberations are certainly not. Comey repeatedly told the committee he believes he was sacked by Trump because of the bureau's Russian Federation investigation, which involves looking into potential ties between the Trump-Pence presidential campaign and Moscow.