US Secret Service says it does not have any White House tapes

Trump raised the possibility of tapes last month after firing Comey. Monday's news added to the growing speculation surrounding whether tapes existed with recordings of Trump and former FBI Director James Comey's conversations. The Secret Service was asked because it has traditionally been the agency to maintain White House recording systems. "White House aides have declined to answer questions about whether there are tapes, with press secretary Sean Spicer saying he was "not aware" ...

A Judge Just Cited a Trump Tweet When Ruling Against Him. Again

The 4th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals in Virginia last month cited the president's campaign statements calling for a "total and complete shutdown" on Muslims entering the evidence that the 90-day ban was unconstitutionally "steeped in animus and directed at a single religious group", rather than necessary for national security.

What is DUP? Democratic Unionist Party could form coalition with Tories

She said she was still the leader of the largest party in the Commons and was confident of support from the Democratic Unionist Party ( DUP ). In her statement, Ms Hill said: "I have no doubt at all that Theresa May will continue to serve and work hard as prime minister and do it brilliantly".

Warburton glad to be back

Ireland fly-half Sexton looked far more assured with the near-peerless Owen Farrell on his outside shoulder, and that combination must surely now be piquing head coach Gatland's interest ahead of the three-Test All Blacks series. That wasn't the only big night they had on their whistle-stop tour, laughing that after the Hurricans v Chiefs game, he was dancing on the table "at about 3am" with his friend Julian Savea.

Ariana Grande drops new song to benefit Manchester victims

She closed the three-hour-plus event with a cover of "Over the Rainbow", crying onstage at the song's end as the audience cheered her on. Her powerfully charged performance resonated most in the hearts of those watching in the stadium and at home.

Michel Temer: Court rules in favour of Brazil leader

SAO PAULO Brazil's Supreme Federal Court urged a thorough investigation into reports that the country's secret security service spied on Justice Edson Fachin, in the latest clash involving President Michel Temer's embattled administration.Court president Carmen LĂșcia said in a statement on Saturday that, if proved accurate, such reports show an inadmissible meddling into the court and an attack against democratic liberties in Latin America's biggest country.