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South Korea's Moon appoints security advisors

In the past, North Korea has put fecal matter inside balloons. The pace of North Korean missile tests has increased in recent months and experts fear it indicates progress towards Pyongyang's ultimate goal of putting a nuclear warhead on a missile that could strike the continental US.


Tiger Woods found asleep at wheel, arrest report says

Tiger Woods found asleep at wheel, arrest report says

Nicklaus went on to say that Egoscue, a physical therapy specialist, told him that Woods would not be coming back and that he had the spinal fusion surgery a few days later. He was cooperative "as much as possible", the report said. The jail released a booking photo of Woods in a white T-shirt. Breath tests showed no alcohol in the sport star's system, while Woods also agreed to a urine test.



Concerns over Jared Kushner's secret Russian 'back channel'

Last Friday the Washington Post reported the claim of Russian Ambassador Sergey Kislyak that Kushner sought a secret communications channel between the Trump transition team and the Kremlin. Philip Mudd, a security analyst who worked at the Central Intelligence Agency for 25 years, suggested Mr Trump may have proposed the channel idea to Mr Kushner or at least approved it, and said it was unlikely Mr Kushner had been working alone.



Trump planning major staff shakeup in US White House

Still, Trump and his aides are starting to take the probes more seriously, seeking to establish a communications team dedicated to dealing with questions around the probe and beefing up his legal representation . Kushner was acting in his capacity as a transition official" in meeting with the Russians. National security adviser H.R. McMaster said in a press conference Saturday that the United States has backchannels with several countries, suggesting that the matter shouldn't be cause ...



The Question Sean Spicer Hasn't Asked the President

The real fun began when White House press secretary Sean Spicer opened the floor to questions. "A lot of people within the White House have very little experience with government and the process of American politics", she said. Acosta acknowledged that reporters sometimes make mistakes, and New York Times' Peter Baker asked Spicer if he was possibly making too much out of a story that arose from a BBC reporter's tweet.



White House Responds To Allegations About Kushner, Russia Communications

In an apparent dig at the US intelligence community, Trump also tweeted yesterday that British Prime Minister Theresa May was "very angry" about the leaking of information the United Kingdom gave to the USA about last Monday's terrorist bombing outside an Ariana Grande concert in Manchester.