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The attorney general apparently made this statement during a phone call to the White House, when he sought to learn the details of a meeting between Trump and Rosenstein which took place on April 12. Periods was reportedly relieved to study that the assembly was cordial and instructed McGahn that he would have needed to contemplate resigning if Trump fired Rosenstein.
  • DOJ watchdog reviews leaked Comey memos over classified information

    DOJ watchdog reviews leaked Comey memos over classified information

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    Trump had blamed Flynn for failing to give him a heads up relating to a congratulatory call from a world leader, causing a delay for Trump in returning a message. But wait: Trump associates were also under investigation at the same time, as part of the Russian Federation probe, which began in July of 2016. The documents had been eagerly anticipated since their existence was first revealed a year ago, especially since Comey's interactions with Trump are part of special counsel Robert ...
  • Trump hails Kim's nuclear move as 'good news' for the world

    Trump hails Kim's nuclear move as 'good news' for the world

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    The move followed word from South Korea that Kim Jong-un won't insist on a withdrawal of all USA forces in his coming nuclear negotiations with President Trump , as well as feelers about officially ending the Korean War, which has technically just been in cease-fire all these decades.
  • Consensus Target in the Spotlight for Apollo Global Management, LLC (NYSE:APO)

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    The stock rating was upgraded by JP Morgan to "Overweight" on Thursday, November 16. Now we move forward to see the historical returns of Diebold Nixdorf , Incorporated which is U.S. Since December 15, 2017, it had 2 insider purchases, and 0 insider sales for $115,128 activity. Another trade for 3,000 shares valued at $48,150 was bought by Chapman Christopher A .
  • Palestinians accuse Mossad of assassinating Hamas engineer in Malaysia

    Palestinians accuse Mossad of assassinating Hamas engineer in Malaysia

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    Hamas has condemned the alleged Israeli assassination and confirmed that Batash had been a member of the organization, calling him "a Palestinian academic who worked for the Palestinian cause". Al-Batsh's father told Al Jazeera that he accuses Israel's intelligence agency Mossad of being behind his son's killing and called on the Malaysian authorities to look into who carried out the "assasination" as soon as possible.
  • Analyst Stock Ratings: Tenneco Inc. (TEN), Shaw Communications Inc. (SJR)

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    The stock decreased 0.03% or $0.06 during the last trading session, reaching $231.1. Adobe Systems Incorporated ( ADBE ) closed the Thursday at final price of $227.62 after traded 2600773 shares. 6,000 are held by Barbara Oil Co. Therefore, the stated figure displays a quarterly performance of -7%, bringing six-month performance to -0.11% and year to date performance of -3.37%.
  • Explainer: If Trump revives Iran sanctions, they'll take time to come back

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    The Tennessee Republican told the Christian Science Monitor at a breakfast event Wednesday there was a chance frantic last-minute negotiations with America's European allies could produce a "framework" to address Mr. He pledged that "the response from Iran , and in fact from the worldwide community, to the United States move would be very unpleasant for Americans".
  • North Korea calls an end to nuclear, ICBM missile tests

    North Korea calls an end to nuclear, ICBM missile tests

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    North Korea will seek relief from global sanctions at the forthcoming summits to realise this objective. "Look forward to our Summit", Trump said in message on Twitter . "The northern nuclear test site has completed its mission", he added. The Pyunggye-ri site in northern North Korea is its only known nuclear test site, where all of its six underground tests were conducted, including the last, its largest-ever detonation, in September.
  • Visitors kill kangaroo at Chinese zoo by throwing bricks at it

    Visitors kill kangaroo at Chinese zoo by throwing bricks at it

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    Do you support the existence of zoos, or believe them to be cruel? A kangaroo was killed in a zoo in southeastern China after being stoned by visitors who wanted to make it jump, Chinese national media reported. Like many other zoos, Fuzhou Zoo separates visitors and kangaroos with wooden fences. The roos aren't the only animals at the zoo to suffer at the hands of visitors, however, with the black bears and monkeys reportedly becoming sick after visitors fed them inappropriate foods such ...
  • Eric Greitens Charged With Felony Computer Tampering

    Eric Greitens Charged With Felony Computer Tampering

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    At a press conference earlier this week, Hawley claimed that Greitens, a former Navy SEAL, illegally took a list of top donors to his military veterans charity, The Mission Continues , transferred the names and contacts to his political campaign, and used them to raise almost $2 million for his gubernatorial race.
  • May apologizes for treatment for immigrants

    May apologizes for treatment for immigrants

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    Applicants must demonstrate that they have not left Britain for more than two consecutive years since their arrival, a tall order for those who came half a century ago as tots. "My main fear is we're going to lose our mum". "Every story that I have come across has been appalling, it is hard to quantify the human misery", she said.
  • Federal appeals court rules IN abortion law unconstitutional

    Federal appeals court rules IN abortion law unconstitutional

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    The US Court of Appeals for the Seventh Circuit [official website] on Thursday ruled that Indiana's recent abortion law, House Enrolled Act No. 1337 [text], is unconstitutional [opinion, PDF]. The lawsuit challenged the so-called final disposition and anti-discrimination provisions of the law. U.S. District Judge Tanya Walton Pratt issued an injunction against the law in September.
  • France says Russian Federation obstructing OPCW experts' access to site of Douma attack

    France says Russian Federation obstructing OPCW experts' access to site of Douma attack

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    She noted that today, 12 days after the alleged chemical attack, the OPCW experts have been unable to get into the Duma. The mission was expected to begin investigations as early as Wednesday. As the United States becomes weaker militarily, Russian Federation grows stronger and may lose interest in negotiating. Syria's ally Russian Federation was given prior notice and the missiles struck mostly empty buildings, in what many analysts saw as a hollow move that allowed all sides to save ...
  • PM Modi-led government to introduce death penalty on child rapist

    PM Modi-led government to introduce death penalty on child rapist

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    On Friday, the Centre also informed the Supreme Court that it is actively considering amending the penal law to introduce death penalty to those convicted of sexually abusing children up to 12 years of age. This is a U-turn on the part of the government, as on the last date of hearing it expressed its objection to award the death penalty to child abusers, rapists and paedophiles, saying "death penalty is not an answer for everything".
  • Avenfield properties case:NAB to present new witness

    Avenfield properties case:NAB to present new witness

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    While responding to a question about his return to the country, where he is now facing cases corruption cases against him, Nawaz said that the decision to return depends on court's judgement on exemption from appearance before it. Muzaffar said that NAB wishes to produce fresh proof in the case that pertains to the ownership of the London properties and offshore companies. He also claimed that the suspects attempted to hide these documents.
  • North Korea says it has suspended nuclear, long-range missle tests

    North Korea says it has suspended nuclear, long-range missle tests

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    Kim at the Friday party meeting spoke of the need to prioritize putting energy and resources into building the economy, according to the KCNA statement. North Korea's nuclear weapons, he stressed, were a "precious fruition" for defending the sovereignty of the country from the "nuclear threats of the US imperialists".
  • GOP Lawmakers: It's 'Too Early' to Back Trump in 2020

    GOP Lawmakers: It's 'Too Early' to Back Trump in 2020

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    The announcement was initially hyped by The Drudge Report , a website run by Matt Drudge, a conservative figure with considerable influence inside the White House. He declined multiple times to say whether or not he would back the president in 2020 during an interview with CNN on Thursday. He also said that the support for the president could weaken by the 2020 primary season.
  • Evaluate risks of ties with the NRA

    Evaluate risks of ties with the NRA

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    In other words, Andrew Cuomo made headlines for perfectly articulating the Democrats' identity politics playbook for the past several elections and, apparently, for the 2018 midterms. Nixon, who is opposing Cuomo from the left, has prioritized criminal justice reform . "As a New Yorker, I am Jewish". By issuing an executive order, Cuomo was able to sidestep the state Legislature, where the Republican leaders of the state Senate could have blocked the move.
  • Hold the applause on President Trump's promises on pot

    Hold the applause on President Trump's promises on pot

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    Problems such as sex trafficking and the shipping of fentanyl through the U.S. Postal Service need more hands and legal minds. Smokers around the world usually gather for smoking up! Nothing has changed with federal laws, where marijuana is still a "Schedule 1" drug.