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Justice Department No. 2 assures Congress of special counsel independence

Sessions lent his support to the special counsel, Robert Mueller , who is now in charge of the Justice Department's Russian Federation investigation. Less than a month ago, he called Mueller a "superb choice", someone whose "reputation is impeccable for honesty and integrity". They wanted a chance to grill Sessions - not only about the department budget but about his role in the firing of FBI Director James B.



United Kingdom police make new arrest in London Bridge attack inquiry

The horrifying attack left eight people dead, and 48 injured - who were treated at Kings College Hospital, Guy's and St Thomas', University College London Hospitals, and Imperial College Healthcare NHS Trust for their injuries. Last week, Prince Charles and Camilla Parker-Bowles visited the Royal London Hospital. Emergency consultant Malcolm Tunnicliff praised Kate and other royals for visiting.



Deputy AG Rosenstein: Special counsel will have 'full independence' for Russia probe

Ruddy thought, rightly, that doing so would be an absolutely awful political move. Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein is also testifying on Capitol Hill today, in the House and Senate appropriations committees. He interviewed the day before a few days before he was appointed special counsel with the president who was looking at him potentially to become the next Federal Bureau of Investigation director.


Porsche introduces most powerful 911 ever at 'Forza 7' reveal

Porsche introduces most powerful 911 ever at 'Forza 7' reveal

Full details on the new high-performance Porsche are expected to be revealed at the car's official debut at the Frankfurt Motor Show in September. The 2018 Porsche 911 GT2 RS is rumoured to produce 640PS with the 3.8-liter flat six engine.



President Trump: James Comey Leak Was 'Very Cowardly'

President Donald Trump surprisingly refrained from tweeting during James Comey's testimony. On Friday, Trump strongly suggested Comey had lied about their encounters and accused him of being a "leaker". "I felt compelled to document my first conversation with the president-elect in a memo", Comey said in his opening statement to the committee. "Frankly, James Comey confirmed a lot of what I said, and some of the things he said just weren't true".