Trump asked Comey to end Flynn investigation

The bombshell revelation Tuesday escalated the already raging political crises engulfing the White House triggered by the bureau's probe into alleged cooperation between Trump aides and Russia and new reports that Trump divulged classified information to top Russian officials.

'President doesn't get to jail journalists' - Reporters Committee

Last week, the Senate Intelligence Committee subpoenaed Flynn to get documents related to his communications with Russian officials. Trump dismissed Comey last week citing his handling of the FBI investigation into Hillary Clinton's use of a private email server while at the State Department.

ICJ judgment may prove fruitful for India: Defence Expert

In a major setback to Pakistan's hope of executing Indian so-called spy Kulbhushan Jadhav, the International Court of Justice in The Hague denied their legal team permission to air the six-minute so-called video confession. Kulbhushan Jadhav was past year arrested by Pakistan and was awarded capital punishment without carrying out any "fair trial". Salve cited the International Covenant on Civil and Political Rights, and how it recognises nobody can be arbitrarily deprived of their lives, ...

UK Labour's main union backer can't see party winning election

UK Labour's main union backer can't see party winning election

Corbyn promised to scrap university tuition fees, a pledge met with huge cheers from supporters gathered to hear him speak at Bradford University. It also says Labour supports keeping Britain's nuclear-armed submarines - something Corbyn personally opposes.

Comey firing: Besieged White House denies, defends as new bombshells hit

President Donald Trump watches Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan depart the White House in Washington, Tuesday, May 16, 2017. When the report burst forth alleging that President Donald Trump had revealed highly classified information to Russian diplomats, the White House quickly dispatched Trump's national security adviser to declare that the story "as reported is false".

The global ransomware attack is far from over

Bitcoin, the world's most-used virtual currency, allows anonymous transactions via heavily encrypted codes. In China, "hundreds of thousands" of computers were affected, including petrol stations, cash machines and universities, according to Qihoo 360, one of China's largest providers of antivirus software.