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Trump's revised travel ban blocked by second USA court

The judges largely affirmed U.S. District Court Judge Derrick Watson's decision from March which found the core provisions of the revised executive order - temporarily blocking all refugees and foreign nationals from six Muslim-majority countries from entering the U.S.


Microsoft officially announces the Xbox One X at E3

Microsoft officially announces the Xbox One X at E3

Sony PlayStation 4 has dominated the latest generation of consoles, outselling Xbox One two to one, according to industry trackers. All Xbox One accessories and games will be compatible with the new Xbox One X - as will all backwards compatible Xbox 360 games.


Large hail and tornadoes hit parts of eastern Wyoming

Large hail and tornadoes hit parts of eastern Wyoming

Areas across the state of Wyoming were hammered by severe storms on Monday. The storm additionally downed power lines, damaged a gas line as well as another four or five homes. Amy Lounsbury looks out the broken window of a home after a tornado damaged it. . Several tornadoes were also reported from Platter, Goshen, Laramie, and Natrona counties.


Trump invited to testify over Comey, Russian meddling

Trump invited to testify over Comey, Russian meddling

The agency issued that statement in response to The Wall Street Journal's Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) request Monday, amid pointed questions following Trump's suggestion that there may be recordings of his interactions with former Federal Bureau of Investigation director James Comey.



Swamp Fights Back: Mueller Hires Clinton Foundation Lawyer for Russia Probe

There is increasing concern at the White House and among Trump supporters that the investigation could overshadow the president's agenda for months to come. If Mueller refuses to investigate these leaks, which are one of the central reasons he was even appointed as Special Counsel, then the Special Counsel should be discontinued.



Trump Jr.: There's 'no ambiguity' in my father's orders

Asked if he would make that denial under oath, he said: "100%". "And there'd be nothing wrong with it if I did say that, according to everybody that I read today, but I did not say that". Others, however, have argued that would be obstruction of justice. Meanwhile, a congressional panel asked for any tapes of their conversations. When Comey was sacked, the White House alluded to the director's failure to move forward with the investigation of 2016 Democratic presidential ...