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May 'sorry' for election result which cost Tory MPs their seats

May called the snap election confident her Conservative Party would increase its majority and strengthen her hand in the Brexit talks. The election had been expected to effectively ratify the referendum with polls repeatedly showing that those who wanted to leave the European Union still do so, and that many who voted to stay in it are now keen to get on with the withdrawal.


Fresh questions for Sessions and he'll answer in public

Fresh questions for Sessions and he'll answer in public

Sessions will likely be asked whether he played a role in Trump's surprise decision to fire FBI Director James Comey last month - a move that caused Trump's critics to charge that he was trying to interfere with a criminal investigation.



Secret Service says it has no tapes of Trump's White House conversations

Comey told the Senate intelligence committee Thursday about several one-on-one interactions with the president, during which he said Trump pressed him to show "loyalty", to back off on the FBI investigation of his former national security adviser, Michael Flynn, and to disclose that Trump himself was not under investigation.



Trump to host S.Korea's Moon for White House talks

North Korea has tested 16 missiles this year, 17 if the recent surface-to-air missile test is also included, with only four test failures. Troy Stangarone, senior director for congressional affairs at the Korea Economic Institute of America, came up with the statistical estimate after analyzing the number of North Korean missile launches since 2012 following North Korean leader Kim Jong-un's rise to power.



Arena rebuilds US confidence after Klinsmann

Six minutes into the match, Michael Bradley intercepted a ball at the midfield stripe, took a quick glance up and with a single touch gently pushed a 35-yard chip over Memo Ochoa and into the net to send the Azteca crowd into stunned silence while the American Outlaws celebrated high in the stands.