• Trump lashes out: abused by 'greatest witch hunt'

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    Former Trump campaign chairman Paul Manafort, Trump's daughter Ivanka and his son-in-law, Jared Kushner, are all clients of WilmerHale, the firm Mueller is leaving to assume the position of special prosecutor overseeing the high-profile Russian Federation election probe.
  • Car rams into crowd in New York's Times Square

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    The front end of the vehicle appeared severely damaged in photos posted on social media after the event happened. Police said he was apparently high on synthetic marijuana. All of a sudden I heard this boom and a vehicle is barreling down Seventh Avenue hitting people, just, 'Boom! "I was in shock, I was screaming, Kristen Boyce told NBC News ".
  • Uh-Oh: The House May Need to Vote on Health Care (Again!)

    Uh-Oh: The House May Need to Vote on Health Care (Again!)

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    The news that Paul Ryan was holding onto the bill before sending it to the Senate surprised a number of Republican representatives. Since the bill is being moved through the process of budget reconciliation, which allows Republicans to avoid a Democratic filibuster in the Senate, it must slice at least $2 billion off the federal budget for it to qualify.
  • Summer Reading Program set

    Summer Reading Program set

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    The summer programs will run through July 31. "We place a lot of emphasis on our summer programs because they are so important to the overall educational progress of students". An early highlight of the summer program, open to all ages, will be performances by magician David Leboeuf. The Tri Parish Ballet will bring stories to life through dance with a multiage troupe and colorful costumes, also in July.
  • House oversight chair seeks Comey memos on Trump

    House oversight chair seeks Comey memos on Trump

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    He added that "everybody in this country gets a fair trial, [whether] it's the president or anyone else". For weeks, most Republican lawmakers limited their comments about the crisis-plagued Trump administration to vague expressions of concern - if they commented at all.
  • Global ransomware raids slow down

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    Dozens of state-run NHS hospitals were hit by a global cyber attack last Friday, many closing their doors to emergency cases and cancelling life-saving operations and routine appointments. Security sources said spy agencies such as GCHQ and the National Cyber Security Centre in Britain had long had a policy of reaching out to leaders in the cyber security field who may be working alone.
  • Trump Says He Didn't Ask Comey To Drop The Russia Investigation

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    It may also prove to be an exercise in futility, given the acknowledged absence to date of evidence to support the claims that Donald Trump's campaign colluded with Russian Federation. "And that's what we want to do is we want to break very positive records", he said. On a day of fast-moving developments, the House intelligence committee announced that it, too, had asked for documents, in this case from the Federal Bureau of Investigation and the Justice Department.
  • Donald Trump says he fired James Comey because he was 'unpopular'

    Donald Trump says he fired James Comey because he was 'unpopular'

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    Ledeen told ABC News that Flynn is "a very talented man" who made major contributions to military intelligence. That denial came almost a day after the New York Times first reported , citing two unnamed sources familiar with the case, that Flynn told lawyers on Trump's transition - including Don McGahn , who now serves as White House counsel - that he was under investigation by the Justice Department.