• Every explanation offered by the White House for Trump's wiretapping allegations

    Every explanation offered by the White House for Trump's wiretapping allegations

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    U.S. President Barack Obama meets President-elect Donald Trump to discuss transition plans in the White House Oval Office, Washington , November 10. No, President Obama likely did not personally order then-President-elect Trump's phones to be tapped. There have been reports that Comey told the Justice Department to publicly reject Trump's assertion that Obama wiretapped Trump Tower , however.
  • Music Venues Boycott Coopers Over Same-Sex Marriage Video

    Music Venues Boycott Coopers Over Same-Sex Marriage Video

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    But despite releasing the commemorative cans, Coopers has said that it did not give permission for the beer to feature in the video. In doing so, we aren't trying to push a religious message, we see these commemorative cans as a celebration of the Bible Society's 200 years of charitable work in Australia.
  • No. 2 seed Duke favored in Vegas to win national championship

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    How they got here: Duke has certainly been through the ringer this season, finishing fifth in a rugged ACC and having to play four games in four days to win the ACC title. The NCAA's senior vice president of basketball Dan Gavitt took a break from the selection committee's meeting to join our colleagues on CBS between semifinal games of the Big Ten Tournament and gave us an update on where the selection committee is in their process, and may have revealed some information about both the ...
  • Rep. Steve King under fire for 'our civilization' tweet

    Rep. Steve King under fire for 'our civilization' tweet

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    Former President Bill Clinton's daughter, Chelsea, reprimanded King for his comments, tweeting: "Clearly the Congressman does not view all our children as, well, all our children". Rep. King, who was elected to Congress in 2002, questioned what nonwhites have contributed to civilization at a panel discussion in July about the racial makeup of the Republican Party.
  • Police break up Turkish consulate demo, minister sent back to Germany

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    Before clashes broke out, about 2,000 protesters had gathered outside the consulate in Rotterdam, the country's second largest city, to show their support for Erdogan's government. The ban was the latest of a series imposed by European cities on Turkish leaders that have infuriated Ankara. "Turkey is a proud nation; the Netherlands is a proud nation", Rutte said.
  • John McCain tells Trump: present wiretapping evidence or retract the claim

    John McCain tells Trump: present wiretapping evidence or retract the claim

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    Federal Bureau of Investigation chief James Comey, who reportedly asked the Justice Department to publicly reject Trump's claim, was also sent a copy of the letter. The president had an obligation to provide evidence that Obama broke the law or retract his claim, the Arizona Republican said. McCain stated that Trump has a duty to provide any evidence he has to the American people.
  • US Envoy Says IS 'Trapped' in Mosul

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    Iraq's joint operations command said another special forces unit and federal police were attacking the Bab al-Toub area on the edge of Mosul's Old City. IS overran large areas north and west of Baghdad in 2014, but Iraqi forces backed by US-led air strikes and other support have since retaken 60 percent of the territory they lost, McGurk said.