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All Eyes On Capitol Hill For Comey Testimony

All Eyes On Capitol Hill For Comey Testimony

Shortly after, Comey request from Attorney General Sessions to ensure he is not left alone with the President. He'll tell lawmakers he believed the president was trying to create a "patronage relationship" with him and describe in detail an Oval Office meeting in which Trump urged him not to investigate ousted National Security Adviser Michael Flynn's contacts with Russian officials.


Why? Nicole Darrington-Clark arrested after fatally stabbing granddaughter

Why? Nicole Darrington-Clark arrested after fatally stabbing granddaughter

A 1-year-old granddaughter of Darrington Clark was killed, and her sister was critically injured in the Monday morning stabbing. Her sister, LaShunda Clark, and father, Samuel Clark, said they were concerned about her well-being since her release but said she had seemed to improve before becoming distraught late past year when she was separated from her special needs son, who is now 5.



James Comey testifies before Senate committee

May 11: Trump said he would have fired Comey, even without a DOJ recommendation. It is one of several congressional panels that, along with the Justice Department, is investigating U.S. Among the encounters Comey describes is a January 27 dinner at the White House . Fired FBI chief James Comey seized center stage in a compelling national political drama Thursday as he took his seat in the hearing room to deliver congressional testimony that has grave implications for the fate of ...



Third suspect in deadly London Bridge attack ID'ed

Conservative Prime Minister Theresa May delivered a defiant message in a campaign speech in London . May responded that she gave police extra powers to deal with terrorism, which Corbyn had opposed when he was a backbench MP. Critics accused May of posturing. Cook says there have been moments of silence for the victims and the people of London are resilient, using humour to overcome fear.



Death toll from Tehran attacks rises to 17

Authorities raised the death toll in the two Islamic State-claimed attacks on Iran's parliament and the tomb of its revolutionary leader to 16. They were later claimed by IS, the first the group has claimed inside Iran. "We strongly condemn the attacks that targeted the Iranian parliament and the Imam Khomenei mausoleum in Tehran", the foreign ministry said in a statement.