• Robert Mueller offers to adjust interview format with President Trump
Robert Mueller offers to adjust interview format with President Trump

President Donald Trump publicly called on Attorney General Jeff Sessions to end Robert Mueller's probe into Russia's interference in the 2016 election Wednesday. Mr Trump's latest Twitter tirade came on the second day of the trial of former campaign chairman Paul Manafort on bank and tax fraud charges , which stemmed from the probe but...

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  • CNN’s Jim Acosta Spars With Sarah Sanders Over Trump’s Media Attacks
CNN’s Jim Acosta Spars With Sarah Sanders Over Trump’s Media Attacks

I wish that had not happened. "In fact, the pooler for the press said that there was no news made, despite the fact that the governor of the state joined with dozens of businesses across the state of Florida to announce thousands of new jobs".

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  • President's cardiologist murdered over '20-year-old grudge'
President's cardiologist murdered over '20-year-old grudge'

One tip seems to support the police department's theory that Hausknecht was targeted: Pappas's mother was once Hausknecht's patient and died during surgery more than 20 years ago. On Wednesday, police issued a warrant for the suspect's arrest. "So it appears that this might be a 20-year-old grudge", Acevedo said. "He's very risky, and we need...

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  • Facebook notes
Facebook notes "coordinated political influence campaign"

In April, Facebook removed 70 Facebook and 65 Instagram accounts - as well as 138 Facebook Pages - controlled by the IRA, targeted to people living in Russia or Russian-speakers in Azerbaijan, Uzbekistan and Ukraine. Facebook was bamboozled by the IRA's coordinated interference before, during and after the 2016 election and is now work...

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  • Israel kills seven armed ISIS terrorists approaching Syria border
Israel kills seven armed ISIS terrorists approaching Syria border

The Jordanian statement came shortly after the Syrian military announced that its forces were chasing after members of Islamic State who had fled villages in Syria that the regime had overtaken Wednesday. He said the Russian presence there was temporary, and that the observation posts would be handed over to Syrian government forces once the si...

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  • White House says Trump Russia tweet just opinion
White House says Trump Russia tweet just opinion

Trump and his attorneys don't know what Mueller knows, and don't even know what Mueller doesn't know. Mr Rosenstein is the one who appointed Mr Mueller and has the authority to fire him. "What they're doing is something that is important and we support and I don't think any effort to truncate that or somehow shut it down early is in the public's...

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  • Spotify Yanks Multiple Alex Jones Podcast Episodes for Violating Hate-Speech Policy
Spotify Yanks Multiple Alex Jones Podcast Episodes for Violating Hate-Speech Policy

Jones' podcasts also remain available for download on Spotify, a fact that has led some to call for a boycott of the music streaming giant. In the past couple of weeks, Jones has additionally had videos deleted and livestreaming abilities revoked by YouTube , and has been banned by Facebook , also for hate speech .

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  • Ivanka Trump criticizes family separations but says issue is 'complex'
Ivanka Trump criticizes family separations but says issue is 'complex'

White House adviser, and U.S. President Donald Trump's daughter, Ivanka Trump , spoke out on the administration's highly criticized policy that separated migrant families crossing into the country. During the discussion, Trump explained why she recently made a decision to close her fashion business. The president's daughter went on to explain ...

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  • Trump Calls for Sessions to End Russia Probe
Trump Calls for Sessions to End Russia Probe

Taking to Twitter to complain about the ongoing Russian Federation investigation, Trump said Sessions "should stop this Rigged Witch Hunt right now, before it continues to stain our country any further". Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein, a Trump appointee, appointed Mueller to the case. Giuliani, speaking in Portsmouth, New Hampshire, cal...

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  • Iran's rial tumbles ahead of US sanctions | Business , Regional
Iran's rial tumbles ahead of US sanctions | Business , Regional

The United States is reimposing sanctions on Iran and demanding other countries cut their trade ties with the Middle Eastern country. Iran's foreign ministry spokesman on Tuesday said Trump's offer to negotiate with Tehran contradicts his actions.

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  • CNN Legal Analyst: Trump’s Sessions Tweet Itself Isn’t Obstruction of Justice
CNN Legal Analyst: Trump’s Sessions Tweet Itself Isn’t Obstruction of Justice

Taking to Twitter to complain about the federal Russian Federation investigation, which focuses on the 2016 presidential campaign, Mr Trump said Mr Sessions "should stop this Rigged Witch Hunt right now, before it continues to stain our country any further".

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  • French President Emmanuel Macron wins two no-confidence motions
French President Emmanuel Macron wins two no-confidence motions

When Macron won his presidency in 2017, he did so with an overwhelming majority. French President Emmanuel Macron will host Theresa May on Friday, the Elysee Palace said Tuesday, as the British prime minister races to secure support for a deal on her country´s exit from the European Union.

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  • Labour denies Jeremy Corbyn compared Israel to Nazis over Gaza
Labour denies Jeremy Corbyn compared Israel to Nazis over Gaza

John McDonnell today warned Labour must "sort out" its anti-Semitism problem despite Jeremy Corbyn's continued silence over his ally's rant about "Jewish Trump fanatics". A Labour spokesman told The Guardian: "Jeremy was not comparing the actions of Nazis and Israelis but the conditions of civilian populations in besieged cities in wartime".

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  • Pope Changes Catholic Teaching, Declares Death Penalty Inadmissible
Pope Changes Catholic Teaching, Declares Death Penalty Inadmissible

Pope Francis recently approved changes to the Catholic Church's catechism that forbids the death penalty in all circumstances. The Church was working "with determination" for the abolition of the death penalty worldwide, the new teaching says.

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  • Plane crashes in Mexico with more than 100 people on board
Plane crashes in Mexico with more than 100 people on board

Aispuro said none of the injuries were life-threatening. However, all 103 passengers and crew managed a miraculous escape before flames consumed the plane. CNN reported that passengers were forced to escape via the emergency slides before the aircraft went up in flames leaving dozens of people injured, according to Durango state officials.

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  • World’s Largest Colony of King Penguins Has Declined by almost 90 Percent
World’s Largest Colony of King Penguins Has Declined by almost 90 Percent

For now, researchers have no clear answer on what explains the population plunge, though followup field studies could shed light. Since the 1980s, the world's largest king penguin population has shrunk from 500,000 breeding pairs to only 60,000 breeding pairs.

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  • 'Collusion Is Not a Crime'
'Collusion Is Not a Crime'

President Donald Trump on Tuesday embraced a line of defense offered by his attorney, Rudy Giuliani , that " collusion is not a crime ", even though he continued to deny any alleged ties between his campaign and Moscow during the 2016 election.

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  • Trump received letter from North Korea's Kim on Aug. 1: White House
Trump received letter from North Korea's Kim on Aug. 1: White House

President Donald Trump took to Twitter Thursday to thank North Korean leader Kim Jong Un for the return of suspected remains of fallen USA service members, commending the "kind action" and saying he looked forward to seeing the chairman again soon.

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  • Thieves steal Swedish crown jewels, flee in motorboat
Thieves steal Swedish crown jewels, flee in motorboat

The church wrote on its website that the stolen items were kept "in accordance with the prevailing safety regulations in locked and alarmed displays in the cathedral". Image: They were stolen from Strangnas Cathedral. The lake, the Mälaren, is one of the largest in Sweden and stretches along a variety of towns and cities, including Stockholm...

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  • USA release of 3D-printed gun software blocked
USA release of 3D-printed gun software blocked

Eight democratic attorneys general filed a lawsuit Monday. Under the terms of the government's settlement with Defense Distributed, the State Department gave the company the go-ahead to begin publishing the files on Friday. Lott pointed to a 2001 U.S. Court of Appeals for the Second Circuit decision which said, "Communication does not lose cons...

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