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South Florida celeb showdown? Trump vs. 'The Rock' in new 2020 poll

South Florida celeb showdown? Trump vs. 'The Rock' in new 2020 poll

When it comes to USA politics, at this point anything's possible – so why not President The Rock? Dwayne Johnson, aka "The Rock", raised eyebrows when he said he's open to running for president in 2020, and a poll shows he might have a chance against President Donald Trump .



President briefs India's foreign minister on latest developments

Condemning terrorism by ISIS, Abbas said ending the "Israeli occupation" will greatly help in countering terrorism in the region. "We had extensive exchange of views on the situation in West Asia and the Middle East Peace Process", Modi said while jointly addressing the media with Abbas following the delegation-level talks here.


Comey wrote in memo that Trump asked to end Flynn investigation

Comey wrote in memo that Trump asked to end Flynn investigation

TASS has expressed surprise over the U.S. media's response and asked Russian and global organizations of journalists to express their attitude to the affair. Cole said in an editorial released Monday that the next leader of the agency should be "completely divorced from partisan politics". Comey's replacement requires Senate confirmation.



Korea Claims New Missile Can Carry 'Large, Heavy Nuclear Warhead'

He doubted whether Pyongyang would ever be able to build a functioning ICBM "because the U.S.is putting real pressure on not only North Korea, but all other countries". disregard or misjudge the reality that its mainland and Pacific operation region are in (North Korea's) sighting range for strike". "It's good to keep the door for conversation open".


White House is on lockdown, reports claim

White House is on lockdown, reports claim

The existence of the memo was first reported Tuesday by The New York Times. Around 100 people have tried to unlawfully enter the White House grounds over the last three years, according to USA Today. Soon after the firing, a Comey associate told the AP that Comey recounted being asked by Trump a January dinner if he would pledge his loyalty. John McCain, chairman of the Senate Armed Services Committee, said the Trump-Russia reports were "deeply disturbing" and said they could impede ...


Syrian Government Denies US Accusation

Syrian Government Denies US Accusation

Syria's Foreign Ministry denied on Tuesday a recent US report that the Syrian authorities are using crematorium to hide mass killing in a military prison near capital Damascus. The revelations echoed a February report by Amnesty International that said Syria's military police hanged as many as 13,000 people in four years before removing bodies by the truckload for burial in mass graves.