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Top 8 lines from Jeff Sessions' hearing

Sessions, testifying for the first time since he recommended the firing of FBI Director James Comey last month, said he only knows what he reads in newspapers. There are none, Sen. Raising his voice, he said: "This is a secret innuendo being leaked there about me and I don't appreciate it". The Justice Department subsequently released decades-old memos from its Office of Legal Counsel that it said supported Sessions' position.



Suspected US Drone Strike Kills 2 Militants

A U.S. drone strike killed at least two suspected terrorists in Khyber Pakhtunkhwa's Hangu district, security sources told ARY News on Tuesday. After the incident, the U.S. A resident of Dewal village, Behram Khan, said three more people were injured in the strike, including a boy. Security forces, political administration and police said the house targeted in the drone strike had been reduced to ashes.


Nicola Sturgeon: Theresa May has

Nicola Sturgeon: Theresa May has "lost all authority and credibility"

Scottish Labour leader Kezia Dugdale has said plans for a second independence referendum must "disappear" after her party fought back to take six seats from the SNP . However, this by no means signals the end of the SNP - Nicola Sturgeon's party still won the election, taking more seats than all the other parties combined.



Sessions Denies Knowledge Of Russian Interference During Testimony

Attorney General Jeff Sessions testified before the Senate Select Committee on Intelligence Tuesday afternoon. Pressure mounted at the start of the week following reports that Sessions offered his resignation to Trump because the President blamed Sessions for exacerbating his Russian Federation problems by recusing himself from the probe.


Melania, Barron Are Now White House Residents

Melania, Barron Are Now White House Residents

The long anticipated arrival of Melania , who is described as "extremely protective" of her husband in a recent Politico report, has White House watchers speculating that she could bring a measure of calm to a presidency convulsed by early controversies.



United States not winning war in Afghanistan, says Mattis

Mattis replied that he plans to brief Congress on the strategy in mid-July. "We are taking a regional approach to this", he said , "because if we look at it in isolation, we'll probably have something that's lacking". "The regime's provocative actions, manifestly illegal under worldwide law, have not abated despite United Nations" censure and sanctions, ' Mattis said .