Donald Trump aims to mend Muslim ties on first foreign trip

As Trump flew to Saudi Arabia, more reports stemming from the Russian Federation investigation surfaced. Top Saudi economic policy makers, including the finance minister and head of the kingdom's main sovereign wealth fund, described ways in which they planned to attract US capital and technology.

Comey to testify before Senate committee on Russian Federation probe

Cummings said the committee's Republican chairman, Jason Chaffetz of Utah, "should. have his subpoena pen ready" to obtain any White House documents related to Trump's meeting with the Russian foreign minister and ambassador. One government official interviewed by the Times claimed Trump's talk of "pressure" was a negotiation tactic, meant to press upon Moscow that its meddling in the 2016 elections had raised problems for the president, and to induce Russian Federation into diplomatic ...

Trump decries "single greatest witch hunt" in U.S. history

While technically Mr. Rosenstein could fire Mr. Mueller if he goes too far, the manner of his appointment and the subject he's investigating make him de facto untouchable even if he becomes an abusive Javert like Patrick Fitzgerald during the George W.

India uncertain if Pak considering mother's appeal against Jadhav execution

The Pakistan government is facing flak over the handling of the case at the ICJ where it suffered a massive blow after the court stayed Jadhav's death sentence and allowed him counselor access. ICJ President Ronny Abraham, a 63-year-old French academic and practitioner in public worldwide law, asked Pakistan to keep the court informed "of all measures taken" in the implementation of the order.

Senior White House Adviser Is 'Person of Interest' in FBI Russia Probe

Basil's Cathedral nearly complete. The controversial cover comes at a time when the US President Donald Trump is already under fire for his growing proximity with the Russian Federation. The meeting came a day after he fired former FBI Director James Comey, who was investing Russian involvement in the election and any connection to the Trump campaign.

Scots NHS told 3 months ago to protect data from attacks

More than 200,000 victims in around 150 countries have been infected by the ransomware, which originated in the United Kingdom and Spain on Friday before spreading globally. Rob Whiteman, CIPFA chief executive said: "The NHS ransomware attack needs to be a stark reminder for all government organisations to ensure IT security is optimal, regularly reviewed and upgraded, and given the resources to match our reliance on digital systems".