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Haines, who had previously served as deputy Central Intelligence Agency director under John Brennan , was charged by the White House in the summer of 2016 with overseeing the US response to the Russian election attack. Trump canceled that meeting on Thursday, but it may still take place . Mueller, in the filing, said that he was not opposed to unsealing the two Manafort warrants that have been subject to legal challenges that Manafort has brought seeking to throw out certain evidence, with ...
  • Rusal warns sanctions 'materially adverse' to company; CEO, seven directors to resign

    Rusal warns sanctions 'materially adverse' to company; CEO, seven directors to resign

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    At the end of May, Deripaska's firms En+, Rusal and carmaker GAZ were removed from the USA sanctions list while the businessman remained subject to the measures. Two of the directors have management positions while the other five were non-independent members of the board who had been appointed by Deripaska. Evgeny Nikitin , who previously served as director of the company's aluminium division, will replace her as acting chief executive .
  • 4 injured in Oklahoma City shooting; gunman killed by armed civilian

    4 injured in Oklahoma City shooting; gunman killed by armed civilian

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    The suspect, whose identity was not immediately released, was killed. "It sounded like, you know, any kind of restaurant noise, a rack of plates crashing". Matthews said police previously arrested Tilghman as a juvenile in 2003 in a domestic assault and battery case, but since then, they have had no interactions with him.
  • Pusha T's 'Daytona' creates surge in cocaine memes

    Pusha T's 'Daytona' creates surge in cocaine memes

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    Daytona will feature a photo of Whitney Houston's bathroom at the height of her drug use in 2006. "To me, the prison reform thing is so dear and near to me, right?" Kanye helped produce Pusha T's new album, and reportedly spent £64,000 to put a picture of the late Whitney Houston's drug-strewn bathroom on the cover of Daytona .
  • Trump Cancels Summit, North Korean Leaders Leave Door Open For Talks

    Trump Cancels Summit, North Korean Leaders Leave Door Open For Talks

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    Robert Kelly, a professor of political science at South Korea's Pusan National University, told CNN earlier this week that "the Trump administration is going into [the summit] very, very quickly". March 27: Kim makes a surprise visit to Beijing for a meeting with Chinese President Xi Jinping in an apparent move to strengthen his leverage ahead of his negotiations with Trump.
  • China slashes auto import tariffs in boost to German automakers, Tesla

    China slashes auto import tariffs in boost to German automakers, Tesla

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    Chinese Vice Premier Liu He was involved in the talks in Beijing as well as later talks in Washington, DC. China will import record volumes of USA oil and is likely to ship more US soy after Beijing signalled to state-run refiners and grains purchasers they should buy more to help ease tensions between the two top economies, trade sources said on Wednesday.
  • Harvey Weinstein surrenders to police, faces rape charges

    Harvey Weinstein surrenders to police, faces rape charges

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    The New York police said in its statement: "The NYPD thanks these fearless survivors for their courage to come forward and seek justice". Following Weinstein's arraignment, Brafman told reporters that Weinstein has been under investigation for the past seven months, and that the U.S.
  • Find the Memorial Day parade closest to you

    Find the Memorial Day parade closest to you

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    The citizens of the neighborhood live by the motto, "Maspeth is America", and that's evident in the popularity of the Memorial Day parade held there each May. Gen. William H. Seely III, a Bronze Star recipient who commanded the 3rd Reconnaissance Battalion in Afghanistan and Iraq before serving as the Director of Marine Corps Intelligence until previous year.
  • City's population dipped just under 25000 previous year

    City's population dipped just under 25000 previous year

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    Detroit appears to continue its decades-long population loss while most MI communities gain residents, the U.S. Census Bureau said Thursday. A few hundred miles to the south, San Antonio, Texas, had the most active Welcome Wagon in the country, adding an estimated 24,000 new residents over the year - an average of 66 a day.
  • Manchester attack: City remembers arena bomb victims

    Manchester attack: City remembers arena bomb victims

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    Along with the 22 people who were killed, more than 800 others, many of them children, were either physically or psychologically injured, according to police. "It's a case of standing strong". It seems the song continues to provide strength for the city, as the crowd sang during tonight's Albert Square gathering.
  • IPL 2018: Jasprit Bumrah enhances death-overs reputation to keep Mumbai alive

    IPL 2018: Jasprit Bumrah enhances death-overs reputation to keep Mumbai alive

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    Bumrah bouncing back to form is the biggest reason that Mumbai have been able to keep their playoffs chances alive despite winning just one of their first six matches at the start. So, this time against same KXIP, it was the 2nd victory of MI. In Mumbai's match against Rajasthan Royals in Jaipur, the hosts needed 44 runs off the last four overs.
  • Moscow may use gas pipe to spy on West, US warns

    Moscow may use gas pipe to spy on West, US warns

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    The Thirsk and Malton MP said: "Despite the fact oil and gas exports make up 70% of Russia's worldwide trade, these are not now covered under the European Union sanction regime due to the high reliance of the European Union on Russian gas exports".
  • Italy threat to rip up Eurozone rules shakes European Union powerbrokers

    Italy threat to rip up Eurozone rules shakes European Union powerbrokers

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    French President Emmanuel Macron said the nascent Italian government was made up of "heterogeneous and paradoxical" forces, but expressed confidence that Mattarella would ensure Italy continued to work constructively in the EU. Italy already has an enormous debt worth more than 130 per cent of annual output, second only to Greece in the EU. European Union leaders meeting in Sofia on Wednesday are likely to be concerned about the rhetoric coming from the parties that could form a new ...
  • Lawyer of racist rant infamy dodges reporters

    Lawyer of racist rant infamy dodges reporters

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    Schlossberg once clerked for a state Superior Court judge years ago, and had a West New York address, according to public records. There's a GoFundMe campaign called " Mariachis For Aaron Schlossberg ", and it has raised $1,009 of the $500 goal, although a note on the campaign says a mariachi band has offered to play for free.
  • Oil price edges closer to $80 per barrel

    Oil price edges closer to $80 per barrel

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    As a result of se increases gasoline and diesel have exceeded price barrier of 1.3 and 1.2 euros per liter, which implies new Maxima. Morgan Stanley's report predicts that the Brent price will reach $90 per barrel by 2020 as demand for crude oil skyrockets by 1.5 million barrels a day, supported by the new shipping rules.
  • Nadal back to dominant best as Dimitrov, Thiem fall in Rome

    Nadal back to dominant best as Dimitrov, Thiem fall in Rome

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    Due to that, the southpaw not only failed to defend his Madrid title but also had to relinquish the top ranking to his greatest nemesis, Roger Federer . But with my serve, I didn't lose many points. Germany's Alexander Zverev, who beat Djokovic in last year's final, kept his title defence on track but needed eight match points to see off Briton Kyle Edmund 7-5, 7-6 (13/11).
  • Best-selling author Tom Wolfe dies at 88

    Best-selling author Tom Wolfe dies at 88

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    While the stories have no connecting theme, this is the first book that gave early examples of New Journalism. His first work of fiction turned out to be his most famous, the bestseller The Bonfire of the Vanities , an epic satire on social class, ambition, racism, politics and greed in 1980s NY.
  • Hawaii volcano spews 6 mile-high plume of ash, could blow again

    Hawaii volcano spews 6 mile-high plume of ash, could blow again

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    Broadcasting on local radio stations, Hawaii Civil Defense officials warned that ash poses the main health threat from the eruption. Additional ash emissions are expected as the summit area remains unsettled. producing a 4.4 magnitude quake. Some Big Island residents had feared "the big one" after Kilauea shot anvil-sized "ballistic blocks" into the visitors' vehicle park on Wednesday and was rocked by earthquakes that damaged buildings and cracked roads in the park that was closed last ...
  • Putin: Russian warships will remain off Syria

    Putin: Russian warships will remain off Syria

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    A post on the Syrian presidency's Facebook page said the two leaders consulted on various issues of mutual interest and the latest political and military developments in Syria. sanctions against several Russian entities involved in military supplies to India under the controversial Countering America's Adversaries Through Sanctions Act (CAATSA).
  • UN mulls sending international war crimes probe to Gaza

    UN mulls sending international war crimes probe to Gaza

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    The protesters' "actions alone do not appear to constitute the imminent threat to life or deadly injury which could justify the use of lethal force", Mr Al Hussein said. Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern also expressed concern in public comments on Tuesday, saying moving the embassy from Tel Aviv to Jerusalem was always going to inflame the situation given that Jerusalem was critical to hopes for a two-state solution to the Palestinian-Israeli conflict.
  • Trump White House Kills Off Yanny-Laurel Debate With 'Ridiculous' Clip

    Trump White House Kills Off Yanny-Laurel Debate With 'Ridiculous' Clip

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    The Yanny vs Laurel debate has now reached The White House - and it's a divided house as the staff can not agree on what the audio clip actually says. She added that our brains want to "categorize" the elements of speech when they are ambiguous, as in this case passing them either into the "Laurel" box or "Yanny" box.