• White House denies Trump wants Mueller out, but heat's on
White House denies Trump wants Mueller out, but heat's on

Technically, it's up to the attorney general to decide what to do with the special counsel. Some of Trump's allies now claim the results Mueller comes up with in the Russian Federation investigation will be tainted and biased due to Mueller's relationship with Comey and Mueller's hiring of several attorneys to help him with the investigation that...

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  • Trump Under Investigation for Obstruction of Justice
Trump Under Investigation for Obstruction of Justice

The meeting comes a day after lawmakers questioned Justice Department officials about the probe and Mueller's independence, and after a friend of Trump said the White House was considering firing Mueller . Trump said a few days later that the Russian Federation investigation was on his mind. Comey's firing is a "central moment that's being l...

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  • Trump supporters turn on special counsel Mueller
Trump supporters turn on special counsel Mueller

Mueller is overseeing a host of investigations involving people who are or were in Trump's orbit, people familiar with the probe were quoted as saying. On CNN to anchor Chris Cuomo: "I think it is a consideration the president has had, because Mueller is illegitimate as special counsel". "I think he should let Bob Mueller do his job, do his job...

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  • Kansas man who robbed bank to escape wife sentenced to home confinement
Kansas man who robbed bank to escape wife sentenced to home confinement

Ripple made headlines in September 2016 after he got into an argument with his wife, told her he'd rather be imprisoned, and demanded cash from a bank teller only to wait in the lobby for the police to arrive. The depression remained undiagnosed and caused him to become irritable but did not demonstrate anything serious, according to Ripple. Ripp...

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  • USA student released from N. Korea has severe brain damage: doctor
USA student released from N. Korea has severe brain damage: doctor

He said he was "stunned" that nobody in the US government, or the tour group of which he was a part, ever contacted him for questioning after Warmbier was detained. "We are not burdened with whatever North Korea says or does any longer", he said. Otto was detained in North Korea on January 2, 2016 at the Pyongyang International Airport af...

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  • High ranking MI health officials arraigned in connection to Flint water crisis
High ranking MI health officials arraigned in connection to Flint water crisis

The Head of Michigan's Health Department is among five people charged with involuntary manslaughter , stemming from the investigation into the Flint water crisis. She also threatened a team of independent researchers who were studying the source of the disease, court documents said. Ruth Carter with the attorney general's office said her o...

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  • Reward to $130000 in growing search for fugitive Ga. inmates
Reward to $130000 in growing search for fugitive Ga. inmates

GEORGIA (AP) - A Georgia corrections official said two escaped inmates accused of killing two prison guards have known each other for "quite a while" and it's possible they planned the escape together. He said he didn't know how they got through the locked cage to overpower the guards. The union represents 20,000 active correction officers ...

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  • President Trump to reverse parts of Obama's Cuba policy
President Trump to reverse parts of Obama's Cuba policy

On the other hand, several business and political organizations, including the U.S. Agricultural Coalition for Cuba and Engage Cuba, have advocated maintaining the existing situation and lifting the U.S. President Donald Trump will reshape the United States' Cuba policy with a speech in Miami on Friday, reinstituting some travel restrictions t...

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  • $1M in Meth-Laced Lollipops Found During Burglary Call, Says Texas Sheriff
$1M in Meth-Laced Lollipops Found During Burglary Call, Says Texas Sheriff

A concerned neighbor called police Monday to report that a house was being burglarized. "They had put so many narcotics in the back of the vehicle, so they were trying to flee, and they couldn't even close the back hatch to their vehicle", an official said during a press conference .

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  • Dennis Rodman, marijuana, and a North Korean prison release: Phillip Morris
Dennis Rodman, marijuana, and a North Korean prison release: Phillip Morris

An American college student who was released from a North Korean prison is finally home but in a coma and undergoing treatment at an OH hospital. An airplane carrying Otto Warmbier, who is from OH, landed in Cincinnati late Tuesday night.

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  • Trump to host new South Korean president at White House
Trump to host new South Korean president at White House

It added: "The DPRK is about 10,400km far away from NY". According to the president's spokesperson Park Su-hyun, Moon said: "If the neighbouring countries in north-east Asia, including North and South Korea, can host the World Cup together, it would help to create peace in North and South Korea as well as north-east Asia".

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  • Hoosier Children's Health Lags Behind In Kids Count
Hoosier Children's Health Lags Behind In Kids Count

Overall, Georgia ranks 38th in children's health. "We have to do more to lift our children up and lay the groundwork for the next generation to be successful". And kids don't come without families, she says, so providing education and job skills for parents is another recommendation. The number of child and teen deaths in the state has increased, s...

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  • Sherman Unveils Proposed Article of Impeachment Against Trump
Sherman Unveils Proposed Article of Impeachment Against Trump

The Democratic lawmaker warned talks of impeachment is a "big deal" to raise so soon into a president's time in power, though Donald Trump could be well on his way as a federal probe into Russia's meddling in the 2016 election ramps up under special counsel Robert Mueller.

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  • Wall-to-wall campaigning today for primary candidates
Wall-to-wall campaigning today for primary candidates

Swing state Virginia's off-year gubernatorial contests are often used to forecast the outcomes of midterm congressional elections. Stewart has been serving on the Prince William County Board of Supervisors since 2003 and as the at-large chairman since 2007, making him the only countywide republican in northern Virginia for four consecutive term...

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  • Journalists blindsided by surprise restrictions on talking to senators on Capitol Hill
Journalists blindsided by surprise restrictions on talking to senators on Capitol Hill

Congress. "A few hours ago we heard - from reporters - that TV journalists were being kept from reporting in the Senate hallways", she said in the statement . "I told them to stand down". Reporters responded with immediate outrage, as the unprecedented move affects much of the standard coverage on Capitol Hill .

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  • Melania Trump, son Barron move into the White House
Melania Trump, son Barron move into the White House

The White House shrugged off a new lawsuit Monday that alleges President Trump violated anti-corruption laws because his businesses accept money from foreign governments, saying the lawsuit was a partisan attack. The test comes as some special counsel Robert Mueller appears to be ramping up his probe - hiring away a handful of seasoned federal cri...

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  • Chuck Schumer invites Donald Trump to testify about Comey and Russian Federation
Chuck Schumer invites Donald Trump to testify about Comey and Russian Federation

Meanwhile, House and Senate investigators have sought for memos of former Federal Bureau of Investigation director James Comey's private discussions with President Donald Trump and any records the White House kept of their discussion, including audio recordings.

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  • Attorney General Session next up for Capitol Hill scrutiny
Attorney General Session next up for Capitol Hill scrutiny

Sessions had been due to appear before the Senate Appropriations Committee tomorrow about the Justice Department's budget for 2018, but said the switch of hearing was necessary as it had become clear he would be questioned about Russian Federation.

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  • Reynolds, Rockies win 7th straight, Cubs lose 4th in row 9-1
Reynolds, Rockies win 7th straight, Cubs lose 4th in row 9-1

INDIANS 7, WHITE SOX 3: Edwin Encarnacion hit a go-ahead two-run homer, Corey Kluber won his second straight start since coming off the disabled list and Cleveland beat Chicago at Cleveland. Books have been written on how Theo Epstein built the Chicago Cubs into world champions, but a insane little piece of that story is that his very first t...

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  • Unflappable Ananya Vinay Wins National Spelling Bee
Unflappable Ananya Vinay Wins National Spelling Bee

Vinay, a 12-year-old Warriors fan, won the 90th Scripps National Spelling Bee on Thursday night while Golden State downed Cleveland to take a 1-0 advantage in the Finals. This astonishing legacy of Indian-American spelling whizzes has already become the subject of academic study. Inside Edition caught up with Edith at her home where she spelled...

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