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Jeff Sessions: 'Absolutely False' He Communicated with Russians as Trump Campaign Surrogate

Jeff Sessions: 'Absolutely False' He Communicated with Russians as Trump Campaign Surrogate

Mr. Sessions said his department is pursuing investigations into leaks, and pointed to the arrest last week of a government contractor in Georgia who has been charged with leaks. That didn't pan out. "I did not have any private meetings nor do I recall any private conversations with any Russian officials at the Mayflower Hotel", said Sessions during his testimony, according to Los Angeles Times.



Keller @ Large: Sessions Passes On Comey-Bashing

Mr. Sessions insisted his conversations with Russian Ambassador Sergey Kislyak previous year were innocuous. Ahead of the hearing there had been suggestions that Sessions might have had a third, unreported, encounter with Kislyak in April 2016, at Washington's Mayflower Hotel, where candidate Trump was giving his first major foreign policy speech.


'No warning' in London building blaze

'No warning' in London building blaze

Flumes of black smoke billowed into the air hours after the blaze was sparked. London landlords have been warned a number of times about poor fire safety controls. This would leave the total at around 600 (576) although authorities have no idea how many people were in their homes during the fire. It was fire up, up, up.


Everton's 2017/18 Premier League fixture list: All the key dates

Everton's 2017/18 Premier League fixture list: All the key dates

Huddersfield will host Arsenal , Brighton will travel to Merseyside to face Liverpool and Newcastle will host Chelsea . Spurs face Chelsea in their first league game at Wembley in the second week of the season. English football's top-flight sides will face four league games in nine days over Christmas and new year, with eight games in total from 2 December to 1 January .



6 killed, dozens injured in massive London high-rise blaze

As emergencies services battle to extinguish the flames from the smoldering building, more offers of help are flooding in. Another witness, Abdullah Barraq Mohidin, said the fire began as a small one "but no one left their houses". But residents say the fire alarm didn't ring Wednesday, and that they had complained for years to local authorities about building safety in vain. "We saw a lot of people jumping out that basically didn't make it.



London fire: Huge flames engulf 27-storey tower block, many people injured

London Fire Commissioner Dany Cotton said that a number of people are thought to have died. At least 74 people were injured, of whom 20 are in critical condition. Many were awake at the time the fire broke out having their early morning meal before beginning the daily fast for the holy month of Ramzan. Some 200 firefighters and 40 fire trucks were deployed to the scene and emergency workers were battling to get the fire under control.