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Car Mows Down People In Times Square, Killing 1, Injuring 22

Car Mows Down People In Times Square, Killing 1, Injuring 22

Police identified the woman killed by the vehicle as Alyssa Elsman, of Portage, Michigan. Here's video showing police walking Rojas from the police precinct: City officials said Rojas has two prior driving-while-intoxicated arrests and other motor vehicle violations on his record.



White House: Western Wall comments 'unauthorized,' do not represent Trump's stance

Meanwhile, the Palestinians want East Jerusalem as the capital of their future state. The warnings from USA officials across government agencies - including from some inside the West Wing - add to the steady stream of cautionary advice Gulf state diplomats and top Arab officials have shared with Trump and top White House advisers.


McCain: Russia probe reaching the point 'of Watergate size'

McCain: Russia probe reaching the point 'of Watergate size'

I do not envy the lawyers and communications specialists whose burden it is to represent the president in his credibility contest with Comey, whom Trump dismissed, by his own account, over his frustration at the FBI's continuing interest in the Trump-Russia nexus.


Trump Denies Comey Allegations, Collusion with Russia

Trump Denies Comey Allegations, Collusion with Russia

The Comey firing and the reports of Trump's attempt to curb the Flynn investigation led to calls from lawmakers, Democrats and some Republicans, for appointment a special prosecutor in the Russian Federation investigation. According to NBC news, "multiple grand jury subpoenas" have been issued in connection with Manafort and Flynn. In a further, extraordinary twist to developments, President Vladimir Putin waded in to say Moscow could provide Congress with a record of Trump's controversial ...



Theresa May launches Tory manifesto with vow to govern for 'mainstream Britain'

May said "the next five years will be among the most challenging in our lifetime" - and repeated that only she offered the "strong and stable leadership" necessary. She said: "The next government's intentions on executive pay would be best served by developing the existing regime to focus stricter votes on those cases that warrant greater attention".



Chelsea Manning a Free Woman

In 2009 and 2010, Manning admitted that she-he at the time-smuggled out several SD disks with reams of classified information, including contents of Significant Actions files, or SigActs, which detail military actions on the ground in both Iraq and Afghanistan.