• Brazil's Socialist Party pulls out of coalition

    Brazil's Socialist Party pulls out of coalition

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    Demonstrators protest Brazil's President Michel Temer in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, Thursday, May 18, 2017. Brazilian president Michel Temer told the nation on Saturday that an incriminating audio recording of him had been doctored as he fought to save his job.
  • McCain: Throw Turkish ambassador out of US after violent clash

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    On Tuesday, however, things were taken to a whole new level when a video emerged showing a fierce clash between protesters and the bodyguards of Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdoğan outside Turkey's Washington, D.C., embassy. Ed Royce, R-Fullerton (Orange County), chairman of the House Foreign Affairs Committee, called on the Trump administration to investigate whether criminal charges are warranted against any of the bodyguards.
  • Turkish foreign minister says wants USA envoy McGurk changed

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    Earlier in the day, McCain was slightly less diplomatic in an appearance on MSNBC's Morning Joe , saying, "We should throw their ambassador the hell out of the United States of America ". Instead, Erdogan's guards were released under a globally recognized custom under which nations don't arrest or detain visiting heads of state and members of their delegations, said the official, who wasn't authorized to comment publicly on the matter and requested anonymity.
  • Trump Told Russians "Nut Job" Comey Was Fired to Ease Pressure

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    The announcement, the latest in the shock-a-day Washington saga, was made by deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein. Mike Flynn, Trump's former top national security adviser, was forced to resign after his ties to the Russian government were publicly revealed and he was shown to have lied to Vice President Mike Pence about conversations he'd had with the Russian ambassador to the United States, Sergey Kislyak.
  • Following ransomware attack, Microsoft urges governments to 'wake up'

    Following ransomware attack, Microsoft urges governments to 'wake up'

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    But many corporations don't automatically update their systems, because Windows updates can screw up their legacy software programs. Playing with fire finally caught up with the victims. The Microsoft patch will help, but installing it across large organisations will take time. Always update systems and software with the latest security updates.
  • Wagering support softens for Always Dreaming

    Wagering support softens for Always Dreaming

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    Classic Empire saved none of that ground, traveled wide and, according to Trakus data, he covered 75 feet more than Always Dreaming and 90 feet more than Lookin at Lee . I think there is talent here, but he needs more seasoning. Classic Empire or Always Dreaming in exactas with Conquest Mo Money , boxed, may be the best bet of the day.
  • Comey willing to testify before Intelligence Committee if public

    Comey willing to testify before Intelligence Committee if public

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    But the suggestion that Trump might have "tapes" of his conversations with Comey - especially in light of the president's own claims that President Obama ordered Trump Tower wiretapped - touched off a firestorm of controversy. It was during a one-on-one dinner between Trump and Comey that Trump says he asked Comey if he could confirm he wasn't under investigation, which Comey did.
  • Trump signs Saudi defense, economic deals

    Trump signs Saudi defense, economic deals

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    First lady Melania Trump and first daughter Ivanka Trump chose not to wear headscarves while accompanying President Trump on his trip to Saudi Arabia, a conservative Islamic country where local women are expected to cover themselves in public.
  • Mueller, Comey have a history

    Mueller, Comey have a history

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    This is in addition to former Trump aides Michael Flynn and Paul Manafort, who were previously identified as subjects of the investigation. Stringing the timeline together, this exchange took place right as his White House staff, with only an hour's notice, began spinning the firing as the result of a recommendation made by Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein, who wrote a memo criticizing Comey's handling of the investigation into Hillary Clinton's e-mails.