• Intelligence committee votes to release rebuttal memo

    Intelligence committee votes to release rebuttal memo

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    President Donald Trump now has five days to decide whether to allow the Democratic memo to be released. "We will consider it on the same terms we considered the Nunes memo ", White House spokesman Raj Shah told reporters traveling aboard Air Force One to OH with President TrumpDonald John TrumpSchiff: Nunes gave Trump "secretly altered" version of memo Davis: "Deep state" existed in '16 - but it elected Trump Former Trump legal spokesman to testify to Mueller about undisclosed call: ...
  • Trump still won't commit to testifying under oath in Mueller investigation

    Trump still won't commit to testifying under oath in Mueller investigation

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    Must be stopped!" Trump wrote in a post on Twitter. Democrats say their 10-page response corrects mischaracterizations by the Republicans and adds crucial context to Federal Bureau of Investigation and Justice Department actions in obtaining a secret Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Court order to wiretap Carter Page, the former Trump aide, in October 2016.
  • Ivanka Trump to lead US delegation at Olympics' close

    Ivanka Trump to lead US delegation at Olympics' close

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    South Korean President Moon Jae-in told his U.S. counterpart Donald Trump in a phone call on Friday that the momentum of improved North-South relations would continue and that Pence's visit would be an "important prelude for that", according to the Blue House.
  • Six held for attack on poet Kureepuzha Sreekumar

    Six held for attack on poet Kureepuzha Sreekumar

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    Police said the poet's speech irked RSS workers of the area and they intercepted his auto, showered abuses and tried to manhandle him. When he got off the stage, the group surrounded him and questioned him over his speech. The Chief Minister said in the Legislative Assembly on Tuesday that freedom of expression would be protected and assured strong action against all attempts to undermine it.
  • Cong raises heat on Rafale deal after govt cites secrecy

    Cong raises heat on Rafale deal after govt cites secrecy

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    Another Rajya Sabha member, Samajwadi Party's Naresh Agrawal, also asked whether the Centre did not want to put details of the Rafale deal in public domain. "Modi government is indulging in an unforgivable game of compromising "national interests" and "national security". "Top Secret (Not for Distribution)/the defence minister says the price negotiated for each Rafale jet by the Prime Minister and his "reliable buddy" is a state secret", he wrote, but without naming the "reliable buddy".
  • Watch 'smuggled luxury vehicles' get smashed as Philippine President Duterte looks on

    Watch 'smuggled luxury vehicles' get smashed as Philippine President Duterte looks on

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    The ceremony came days after Duterte promised the destruction of the vehicles illegally brought to the country, the Philippine Star reported . Duterte's tactics in cracking down on crime have at times drawn global criticism. The vehicles, worth more 60 million pesos, were crushed during an event at the Bureau of Customs (BoC) in Manila today (Tuesday, February 6). Strongman Duterte, best known for his state-sanctioned executions of suspected drug dealers, demanded the destruction of the ...
  • Super Bowl Nets 103 Million Viewers, Down 7 Percent from 2017

    Super Bowl Nets 103 Million Viewers, Down 7 Percent from 2017

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    This is how Brady and the Patriots will be remembered after this one - with the Eagles hoisting the Lombardi Trophy; with Nick Foles at the MVP podium; and with significant change ahead for the franchise. If we win the Super Bowl, she has no idea. Nagy would be wise to express that same belief in his players, at least until they prove him wrong. As shown in the SEC Network graphic below, the Crimson Tide and Patriots have never won a title in the same season since Nick Saban's first ...
  • Officials worry GOP memo will lead to far-reaching damage

    Officials worry GOP memo will lead to far-reaching damage

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    Schiff (D-Calif.) suggested to anchor Jim Sciutto that Gen. John Kelly give Trump the childhood reprimand after the president tweeted that Schiff "must be stopped" from allegedly leaking information from sensitive committee hearings. Trump has said the GOP memo "vindicates" him. "And that's before it ever gets to the FISA court", he said of the Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Act judges who weigh surveillance requests.
  • Don't Worry Where Russia Deploys Nuclear Missiles, Says Kremlin

    Don't Worry Where Russia Deploys Nuclear Missiles, Says Kremlin

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    The new land-to-land Iskander-M systems are due to assume combat duty in early 2018, the Kommersant business daily reported last December. It has previously stationed the missiles there as part of a temporary deployment. The United States has approved the sale of 200 offensive and defensive missiles to Finland, which is not a member of North Atlantic Treaty Organisation and borders with Russian Federation.
  • Montana's Entire Delegation Supports Community Health Centers

    Montana's Entire Delegation Supports Community Health Centers

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    They provide quality medical, dental, vision and behavioral health care to more than 27 million patients, including 330,000 of our nation's veterans and 8 million children, at over 10,000 sites nationwide. Miranda Hoffman, chief financial officer at Neighborhood Health Association in Lucas County, said they are focused on reminding Congress why the centers are vital to a community's well-being.
  • What is the Dow Jones Industrial Average?

    What is the Dow Jones Industrial Average?

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    At the closing bell, the Dow was still down by 1,175 points, a drop of 4.6% that erased all of the gains made by U.S. markets so far this year. Other major stock indexes also fell Monday, with the S&P 500 down 113 points, or 4.1 percent, and the Nasdaq down 273 points, or 3.8 percent.
  • Larry Nassar Sentenced to 40 to 125 Years Order by Judge

    Larry Nassar Sentenced to 40 to 125 Years Order by Judge

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    The sentence , for three sexual assault counts Nassar admitted to committing at a gymnastics center in Dimondale, Mich., didn't lengthen what already amounted to a life sentence for the 54-year-old: He will serve it concurrently with the 40- to 175-year sentence he received last month for seven counts of sexual assault in nearby Lansing.
  • Philadelphia Eagles players to skip White House visit over Trump

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    Jenkins, who raised a fist for the national anthem for parts of two years, helped to found the Players Coalition of socially conscious players around the league. "If you don't see why you need allies for people that are fighting for equality right now, I don't think you'll ever see it", Long said in August. We have those conversations in the locker room, just like everyone else does in the workplace.
  • N Korea's army parade seeks to steal South's Olympic thunder

    N Korea's army parade seeks to steal South's Olympic thunder

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    Trump has repeatedly said that talking to North Korea is " not the answer " and a "waste of time ". North Korea is also sending a 140-member art troupe and a 230-strong cheering group. North Korean military parades typically feature thousands of goose-stepping troops who make the ground shake as they pass through Kim Il Sung Square, rolling tanks and increasingly heavy weaponry, culminating most recently in April with intercontinental ballistic missiles (ICBMs) - or at least their casings.
  • ANC meeting ends, SA President Zuma's fate still up in the air

    ANC meeting ends, SA President Zuma's fate still up in the air

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    The NEC will also discuss preparations for the annual state of the nation address on Thursday evening, the speech at the opening of parliament during which the president outlines the government's legislative agenda for the year. "So it is important that we [NEC] have a clear decision that will guide everyone, without question or negative speculation", Duarte said. Mr Zuma has repeatedly denied corruption allegations.
  • Trump boasts that memo caught Dems 'in the act'

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    A ballyhooed memo released Friday by Republicans controlling the House Intelligence Committee - with the assent of the president - does not shed any light on the situation. Steele collected information for American research company Fusion GPS, which was hired by a law firm representing the Democratic National Committee and the Clinton campaign to dig up dirt on Trump during his 2016 election campaign.