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It Is 'Possible' FBI Director Position Will Be Filled by Friday

It Is 'Possible' FBI Director Position Will Be Filled by Friday

As President Trump's decision to abruptly fire Federal Bureau of Investigation director James B. Comey continues to dominate the news, Wallace said he wanted to feature a White House official "to explain the president's reasoning and to discuss the fallout".



It appears BC has its first minority government in 65 years

The BC Greens are now elected in three ridings - leader Andrew Weaver's seat in Oak Bay-Gordon Head plus breakthroughs on Vancouver Island, including Sonia Furstenau in Cowichan Valley . Tonight we won the popular vote. "LNG is not happening", he said on election night. Several of them attracted Ms. Clark's support, including a proposal to ban mandatory high heels for restaurant servers and legislation that requires post-secondary institutions to write and maintain policies to prevent ...



Senate Panel Probing Russian Link to 2016 Presidential Election

President Donald Trump changed his Twitter banner Monday to include one of his recent tweets that denied reports about his campaign links with Russian Federation. But she said she didn't know if the White House took steps to restrict Flynn's access to sensitive or classified information. Three days later, for reasons unrelated to Flynn, Trump fired Yates for refusing to defend his travel ban on individuals from seven Muslim-majority countries.


Turkey blocks German lawmaker visit to soldiers at air base

Turkey blocks German lawmaker visit to soldiers at air base

Germany's government signaled on Monday that its troops stationed in Incirlik Air Base in southern Turkey could be relocated to another country amid recent disagreements with Ankara. The spokesman cautioned however that any move would involve shifting hundreds of containers of materiel and would take several months. The refusal was communicated to Germany's ambassador over the weekend, Foreign Ministry spokesman Martin Schaefer told reporters.


Hong Kong rejects asylum for refugees who sheltered Snowden

Hong Kong rejects asylum for refugees who sheltered Snowden

The families have said they are too scared to return homes in the Philippines and Sri Lanka for fear of persecution. But the territory only recognised 72 people as refugees between 2009 and December 2016, the South China Morning Post reported in February .


Harvard professor: Trump regards himself as above the law

Harvard professor: Trump regards himself as above the law

Sunday on ABC's "This Week", Harvard law professor Laurence Tribe said President Donald Trump must be impeached. The latest public figure to opine that Trump must be impeached is Laurence H Tribe , a professor of constitutional law at the Harvard University who has successfully predicted all United States presidential elections since 1984.