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Jeff Sessions testifies: What to expect from Tuesday's Senate Intelligence Committee hearing

Jeff Sessions testifies: What to expect from Tuesday's Senate Intelligence Committee hearing

Sessions was scheduled to testify before two House and Senate Appropriations subcommittees this week. The Senate Intelligence Committee still wants to have a closed door meeting with the Director of National Intelligence and the head of the National Security Agency, to find out more about their conversations with President Trump on the Russian Federation investigation.


Growing frenzy outside court as Cosby deliberations wear on

Growing frenzy outside court as Cosby deliberations wear on

The AP does not typically identify people who say they are victims of sexual assault unless they grant permission, which Constand has done. Two were clarifications of a deposition Cosby gave more than a decade ago in a civil case, the third was a definition.



AG Sessions denies improper Russia contacts

Sessions recused himself in March from a federal investigation into contacts between Russia and the Trump presidential campaign after acknowledging that he had met twice past year with the Russian ambassador to the United States. Democratic Sen. Ron Wyden of OR aggressively asked Sessions about suggestions arising from Comey's testimony last week that there was something "problematic" about his recusal.



Trump partially denies Comey's testimony, mum on existence of recordings

While Comey did confirm Trump's prior claims that he was not personally under investigation, Continetti said on MSNBC, the question now is whether he may have obstructed justice. "There's no ambiguity in it, there's no, 'Hey, I'm hoping, '" Trump said. On Thursday, the former FBI director told the upper chamber that Trump had demanded his personal loyalty - and then asked him to demonstrate that loyalty, by dropping the FBI's investigation into Michael Flynn .


Trump believes climate is changing, says Nikki Haley

Trump believes climate is changing, says Nikki Haley

He said: "The world applauded when we joined Paris". "I believe President Trump made the right decision to pull the United States out of the Paris climate agreement ". The closest recent answer came from United Nations Ambassador Nikki Haley, who told CNN's "State of the Union" on Sunday that Trump "believes the climate is changing".