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Deputy AG Defends Integrity Of Russia Probe

Trump , angered by reports in Breitbart News and other conservative news media that Mueller was close to James Comey , the FBI director he had fired, repeatedly brought up the political and legal implications of firing someone he viewed as incapable of an impartial investigation.



US Attorney General Jeff Sessions Dodges Donald Trump Questions, Angering Democrats

They can take the somewhat softer option of trying to bring some kind of civil lawsuit to litigate the question of whether the attorney general can invoke either executive privilege or this newfound non-privileged privilege. Indeed, rather than serving to move lawmakers closer to a verdict in the congressional probes into Russian influence in the 2016 campaign, and potential ties between Trump's team and the Kremlin, the hearing will be remembered more as just a marker on the route whose end ...



Comey says Trump's lying, Trump says Comey's lying

The former FBI director recounted how Trump had allegedly asked him to drop a federal investigation into former White House national security adviser retired Lt. "I will tell you about it over a very short period of time". During the press conference, he rebuked Comey's claims abut Flynn, but then followed it up by saying that "according to everybody I read today", there was "nothing wrong if I did say [those comments to Comey]".



London tower block fire leaves several dead, many trapped

Bus Routes 23, 52, 70, 228, 295, 316 and 452 are on diversion as a result of blaze, which broke out in the early hours of Wednesday morning, with services delayed by up to 40 minutes. "A lot of people said 'Help, help, help.' The fire brigade could only help downstairs. I just hope they have got everyone out", he said. Reporting from the scene, Sky News producer Dan Cairns said residents had been told that if they had calls for help from people inside, to tell them to try and ...



Hanging in There - Theresa May Stays UK PM, For Now

There have also been suggestions that May could try to form an alliance with Northern Ireland's Democratic Unionist Party , whose controversial policies include stopping gay marriage, in order to form a government without a majority. Instead, her election gamble has failed and she and her Conservative party have been weakened, with many today questioning May's future as prime minister.