Trump Reviewing Whether to Block Comey Testimony to Senate

The White House faces a dilemma over whether to block Comey's highly anticipated testimony before the Senate Intelligence Committee, which is probing any ties between the Trump campaign and Russian Federation. "We've known since Watergate that rules of the road were, you know, a president shouldn't intervene in an ongoing investigation, particularly the case if it involves individuals that are close to that president", said Warner.

British Prime Minister seen fighting for survival after election failure

Instead, they split between Labour and the Conservatives so the Tories failed to pick up white working class seats. The poll results come as discussions go ahead today as Theresa May looks to form her minority government. Corbyn faced intense opposition from the right-wing tabloid press and from the Evening Standard, newly edited by former Treasury chief George Osborne, whom she fired when replacing Cameron last summer following the Brexit vote.

Iran Arrests 7 Accused of Aiding Deadly Tehran Attacks

Police said five people were arrested around Khomeini's shrine on suspicion of involvement, while the intelligence ministry said a third team had been stopped before the attacks started. across the Kingdom". They were the first claimed by Daesh in Iran. The ISIS Takfiri terrorist group claimed responsibility for the assaults. "The Law Enforcement forces in Kermanshah Province have arrested two people in Ravansar who are said to be involved in the terrorist attacks in the Iranian ...

London Bridge attackers tried to rent larger truck

June 3, evening: Butt hires a white Renault van, using a recently-activated mobile phone. Investigators believe three victims were killed on the bridge, including one man who was thrown into the River Thames, before the attackers left the vehicle and stabbed five people to death around London's busy Borough Market, Haydon said.

Theresa May vows to form government of 'certainty' with DUP

In a short statement outside Downing Street, which followed a 25-minute audience with The Queen, Mrs May said she meant to form a government which could "provide certainty and lead Britain forward at this critical time for our country".

Travel ban, expedited court review

In asking the Supreme Court to hear the case, the Trump administration hopes to settle the matter and begin enforcing a balanced and reasonable policy of protecting the United States from those who pose a real danger. Trump undermined those arguments on Monday when he lashed out at what he called a "watered down" and a "politically correct" current version of his original order.