Republicans Might Actually Be Turning Against President Trump

Now this is all on the basis of public reports that have not been confirmed , so I don't think we should get too far ahead. They asked him to testify on the "circumstances of your termination" and his interactions with President Donald Trump's administration about the FBI's investigation into Russian Federation.

Media Has Treated Me Worse Than Any Politician

President Donald Trump offered a robust defense of his presidency Wednesday, arguing that he has been treated unfairly by the Washington media amid a series of deepening scandals that have engulfed his administration . Congressman Adam Kinzinger added on CNN: "I think we're at the position now where it is time for an independent commission or a special prosecutor".

The House oversight committee wants James Comey to testify next Wednesday

But the swirling questions about his conduct were clearly on his mind when he told graduates at the U.S. Coast Guard Academy in CT that "no politician in history, and I say this with great surety, has been treated worse or more unfairly". The memo could border on "the legal definition of obstruction of justice", he said. Angry over the steady stream of leaks from within his administration, he suggested that Comey jail journalists for publishing classified information and expressed his hope ...

ICJ to pronounce verdict on Jadhav death sentence

Salve said Pakistan had repeatedly denied consular access to India, which violates the provisions of Vienna Congress and no document of Jadhav's trial process was given by Islamabad. She said India was defending its citizen despite fully knowing that he was a criminal, but the Pakistani government is too weak to defend an innocent citizen.

North Atlantic Treaty Organisation chief rules out combat role against Islamic State

NATO's Military Committee is in favor of the alliance formally joining the US-led coalition , he said. "You might see North Atlantic Treaty Organisation making a contribution to logistics, acquisitions, institutional capacity building, leadership schools, academies - those kind of things", Gen Dunford, who is chairman of the US Joint Chiefs of Staff, said.

In the health care debate over pre-existing conditions, who's lying?

In the health care debate over pre-existing conditions, who's lying?

That legislation would eventually have to be reconciled with the House's before it can head to President Donald Trump's desk. In a signing statement that accompanied the bill and that laid out his objections, Trump said he reserved the right to ignore the provision.