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White House Staffers Are Reportedly Freaking Out Over Robert Mueller's Possible Firing

Christopher Ruddy , chief executive of Newsmax Media and a longtime Trump friend, said during an interview the president is considering "perhaps, terminating the special counselor". Still, Gingrich said any special counsel with an agenda can "all of the sudden find something procedural and technical to latch onto". Susan Collins (R-Maine), Rosenstein suggested that he could indeed dismiss Mueller , but the deputy attorney general noted that he would need "good cause" to do so.



Casino gunman identified as problem gambler

Albayalde and other police chiefs repeatedly said on Friday that security footage showed the gunman drive to the casino and leave his vehicle in the complex's auto park. The gunman at the Resorts World Manila complex in Manila is pictured on surveillance footage sitting on a staircase. "It's like being addicted to drugs", said Mr Albayalde.



British Election Backs Blacks and Breaks Brexit

Labour's increase in seats from 229 to 261 - with one seat still undecided - confounded expectations that his left-wing views made him electorally toxic. However, for many minority voters it was the 41 percent rise in hate crimes post-Brexit , and the desire to fight back against the racial scapegoating in the wake of two ISIS-inspired terror attacks in the last month, that brought them to the polls.


EU to launch action against 3 countries over refugee plan

EU to launch action against 3 countries over refugee plan

In a show of solidarity with those on the front lines, the quota plan was accepted by a majority of EU states in September 2015 over the loud objections of Hungary and other Central European countries. The European Commission's move is likely to chill relations between Warsaw and the EU, already tense following concerns voiced in Brussels about the state of the rule of law in Poland.



Lynch action on Clinton inquiry 'totally illegal'

Trump was apparently referring to the Justice Department's decision not to prosecute the Democratic presidential nominee past year in relation to her practice of maintaining a private email server while secretary of state. Trump tweet accuses former Attorney General... "I don't see any evidence of intent to obstruct", Lee said. John Cornyn that Lynch had a "conflict of interest" in the investigation.


Climate action continues despite United States withdrawal: COP22 President

Climate action continues despite United States withdrawal: COP22 President

The agreement reached in late 2015 is meant to coordinate worldwide efforts to reduce carbon emissions and prevent the world's temperature from increasing by 2 degrees Celsius. involvement would die a slow death at the hands of fossil fuel industry-financed politicians. Mr Trump said the agreement would cost the U.S. $3tn (£2.3tn) in lost GDP and 6.5 million jobs - while rival economies like China and India were treated more favourably.