• Feds have 12 tapes of Trump recorded by Michael Cohen
Feds have 12 tapes of Trump recorded by Michael Cohen

Monday's filing came from a court-appointed official who is reviewing claims by Cohen's and Trump's lawyers about which of the materials seized from Cohen are shielded by attorney-client privilege. Cohen, who became Trump's personal lawyer in 2007, paid 130,000 to Daniels - real name, Stephanie Clifford - shortly before the 2016 election to keep he...

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  • What's in the Trump-Cohen audio - and what's not
What's in the Trump-Cohen audio - and what's not

Trump has previously denied knowledge of the $130,000 payment to Daniels that was facilitated by Cohen. What does the Trump team say? . Fox News chief judicial analyst Andrew Napolitano on Wednesday weighed in on a newly released audio tape of a conversation between President Donald Trump and his former personal attorney Michael Cohe...

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  • Trump and European Union officials strike 'zero tariff' deal to avert trade war
Trump and European Union officials strike 'zero tariff' deal to avert trade war

President Trump and European Commission President Juncker held a news conference Wednesday afternoon. The U.S. and China have threatened to impose 25 percent tariffs next week on $16 billion of each other's goods. Juncker said it was a "good, constructive meeting". USA farmers are expected to grow 14.2 billion bushels of corn this year and ...

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  • Inquest opens into British woman poisoned by nerve agent
Inquest opens into British woman poisoned by nerve agent

As it turned out, while walking down the street Rowley and Sturgess found a bottle, which they thought was perfume. The attack on Skripal has made an already tense UK-Russia relationship even frostier . Ms Strugess died in hospital on 8 July and a murder investigation was launched. Sergei Skripal was a double agent during the 1990s and early 2...

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  • Greek wildfire kills at least 49, fire brigade says
Greek wildfire kills at least 49, fire brigade says

Israel's foreign ministry said that Greece was appreciative of the offer, but ultimately declined. Greece has appealed for help from other countries to help tackle a spate of fires which were raging uncontrolled in the country on Monday (23 July), its fire brigade said.

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  • Donald Trump tweets explosive threat to Iran
Donald Trump tweets explosive threat to Iran

President, starting a war - or even just a war of words - with Iran won't save you from Bob Mueller". U-S officials' anti-Iran rhetoric has intensified since May 20-18 when President Trump withdrew from the Iran nuclear deal . The tweet, which is likely to be construed as a threat of war among Tehran's hardliners, has echoes of Trump's "fire...

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  • Trump And Putin Likely To Meet In Washington, Continue
Trump And Putin Likely To Meet In Washington, Continue "Useful Contact"

Based on the fact that no President has been tougher on Russian Federation than me, they will be pushing very hard for the Democrats . Trump interjected during the press conference with a less than ironclad denial: "And I have to say if they had it, it would have been out long ago, ' the president said".

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  • After Helsinki, Senate GOP Quietly Takes Aim at Russian Federation
After Helsinki, Senate GOP Quietly Takes Aim at Russian Federation

Senators Chuck Grassley (R-Iowa), Mark Warner (D-Virginia), Cory Gardner (R-Colorado), Tammy Baldwin (D-Wisconsin), Lindsey Graham (R-South Carolina), Chris Coons (D-Delaware), Ben Sasse (R-Nebraska) and Maria Cantwell (D-Washington).

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  • Macron aide charged after protesters beaten
Macron aide charged after protesters beaten

Prosecutors have launched a preliminary investigation into the incident, and Benella could now face a number of charges, including violence by a public official, impersonation of a police officer, and the illegal usage of police badges. The uproar over Benalla's punishment - a two-week suspension and a change in responsibilities - upended regular...

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  • North Korea takes down some launch site facilities: U.S. group
North Korea takes down some launch site facilities: U.S. group

Asked about the analysis, the U.S. State Department declined to comment. The dismantlement at Sohae Satellite Launching Station, located near the Chinese border and about two hours' drive from North Korea's major facility for producing nuclear bomb fuel, serves as the sole example of North Korea's willingness to work with the Trump Administrat...

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  • Russian President, Israeli PM discuss situation in Middle East over phone
Russian President, Israeli PM discuss situation in Middle East over phone

At the beginning of the meeting, Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu said: "Our relations are extremely important and are being implemented, as you have seen, through direct meetings between me and President Putin, and between our teams". But with regard to Iran, an avowed enemy of the Jewish state, Netanyahu said: "Israel will continue to act agai...

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  • Planetarium to make arrangements for viewing Blood Moon
Planetarium to make arrangements for viewing Blood Moon

And on July 31, the Red Planet will be the closest to Earth that it's been since 2003. Sunlight passing through Earth's atmosphere will light the moon in a dramatic fashion, turning it red. The UK will have one of the best views of the eclipse in the world at dusk on Friday, as the moon turns blood red for hours. However, only people in certai...

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  • Imran Khan reveals biggest mistake of his life
Imran Khan reveals biggest mistake of his life

In 2013, Mr Gandapur's brother, Israrullah, who was then the provincial law minister, was killed in a suicide attack on his home. Shehbaz Sharif, the elder brother of Nawaz who leads the Pakistan Muslim League-Nawaz (PML-N), was quoted by Urdu-language news channel Express News as saying that he would visit Mahathir as well as Turkish president R...

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  • North Korea begins dismantling rocket test site
North Korea begins dismantling rocket test site

According to satellite images from 38 North released Monday night, key aspects of the Sohae Satellite Launching Station - including the launch pad - are being dismantled. "However, the worldwide community has repeatedly made clear it will not accept a nuclear-armed DPRK", the spokesperson said in response to a Yonhap query, using an acronym for N...

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  • With PM Modi's Visit, India To Provide $200 Million To Rwanda
With PM Modi's Visit, India To Provide $200 Million To Rwanda

Our correspondent, covering the Prime Minister's visit, reports that Africa has been a top priority area of India's Foreign Policy and over the last few years, engagement in various fields with African countries have intensified significantly.

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  • Stormy Daniels' Husband Glendon Crain Files for Divorce
Stormy Daniels' Husband Glendon Crain Files for Divorce

Stormy Daniels is getting a divorce from her husband Glendon Crain . The husband of adult film actress Stormy Daniels has filed a petition for divorce, her lawyer said . Daniels came to global attention by publicly asserting publicly she had a sexual encounter with Trump in 2006. Trump has denied the allegation. Daniels also said in the ...

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  • U.S. woman stable after being impaled by umbrella on Maryland beach
U.S. woman stable after being impaled by umbrella on Maryland beach

A United States woman has been accidentally impaled in the chest with a beach umbrella - the second occurrence in a little over one week. Fire officials arrived and sliced off part of the umbrella , but were afraid to remove the rest of the pole because they feared doing so could cause more damage to her body, WPVI reported.

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  • President Trump to Iran's Rouhani: Never Ever Threaten the US Again
President Trump to Iran's Rouhani: Never Ever Threaten the US Again

Asked at the White House if he had concerns about provoking Iran, Trump said simply, "None at all". On Sunday, Rouhani urged Washington to refrain from provoking Iran unless it wants "the mother of all wars " to break out. 24, 2017. John Rood, the Pentagon's undersecretary of defense for policy, told CNN's Barbara Starr at the Aspen Securi...

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  • Heatwave kills 30 people in sweltering Japan's record-breaking temperatures
Heatwave kills 30 people in sweltering Japan's record-breaking temperatures

South Korea's highest-ever morning low was recorded in the city of Gangneung, where the temperature was 31 C (88 F) at 6:45 a.m. Japan's Kyodo News agency has tallied more than 40 deaths in Japan. "Historical data shows that more people are likely to be involved in vehicle crashes due to heat-related impacts, such as decreased ability to concentra...

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  • Trump's ex-lawyer Cohen and Rev. Al Sharpton meet 'n tweet
Trump's ex-lawyer Cohen and Rev. Al Sharpton meet 'n tweet

Referring to that raid, Trump called it "inconceivable that the government would break into a lawyer's office (early in the morning) - nearly unheard of. Trump has previously sought to play down reports that Cohen could turn on him despite his ongoing legal battles. Trump was suggesting that there might be legal consequences for Cohen for breac...

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