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Russian Federation interfered in 2016 USA elections: Former CIA director John Brennan

The committee is conducting one of the main congressional probes into U.S. intelligence agency reports of Russian meddling in the election and whether there was collusion between Trump's campaign and Russia. Briefing reporters following a closed-door intelligence meeting on Tuesday, Sens. Schiff, the ranking member on the House intelligence committee, said that Flynn had declined to come before the House panel or provide documents, citing his Fifth Amendment rights, as he had to ...


Churches plan for summer Bible school

Churches plan for summer Bible school

Carter Cemetery in Jefferson County will hold a decoration on May 27 from 10 a.m.to 1 p.m. The Sunday morning speaker will be Bishop Rufus Sanders, the national presider of ACOP. The guest speaker will be Apostle Charles Geen from Christian Faith Fellowship East in Milwaukee, and music will be led by McCrary. White Rock Missionary Baptist Church in Ringgold will celebrate its 152nd church anniversary/homecoming.


US to launch 'first ever' missile test to counter Pyongyang

US to launch 'first ever' missile test to counter Pyongyang

The interceptor test, scheduled for Tuesday, comes after a series of successful North Korean ballistic missile launches the recent being on May 21. "Testing against an ICBM-type threat is the next step in that process". "There is a lot of pressure to do something about North Korea but I'm not sure it is building more intercepter missiles that don't work very well", Grego said.



Ex-CIA chief warned Russia to stay out of election

Brennan said he delivered a stiff telephone warning to his Russian counterpart, the head of the FSB spy agency, against meddling in early August, two months before USA intelligence chiefs went public with their belief that Russia was trying to manipulate the election in Trump's favor.



The reason behind Macron's firm handshake with Trump, revealed

Macron strides along the blue carpet to the wall of world leaders walking toward him. Many social media users believe that Macron's swerve maneuver was a deliberate snub: By approaching Angela Merkel first, he was sending a clear message to Donald Trump about who he recognizes as the current leader of the free world.


Adviser: Trump Views On Paris Accord 'Evolving'

Adviser: Trump Views On Paris Accord 'Evolving'

President Donald Trump says he'll make a final decision next week on whether the USA will stay in the Paris climate agreement . Leaders from Britain, Canada, France, Germany, Italy and Japan pressed US President Donald Trump to hold to US agreements made under the landmark Paris climate agreement.