Lies, Leaked Memos, and Speculation: What's Next After Comey's Testimony

On Friday, Trump tweeted called Comey a "leaker" and said that he felt "vindicated" by Comey's testimony, despite "so many false statements and lies". "James Comey better hope that there are no " tapes " of our conversations before he starts leaking to the press!" Trump stopped short of saying that Comey lied under oath.

Theresa May to 'reflect' after losing majority in Parliament

Allen said she couldn't see May hanging on for "more than six months". She has vowed to steer Britain unerringly out of the European Union , unwinding a complex economic and institutional relationship that has developed over 44 years. "As I reflect on the results I will reflect on what we need to do in the future to take the party forward", May said yesterday in a televised statement.

Theresa May Vows Brexit Will Go On

Instead of accepting defeat, however, May claims that she will continue to push for Brexit negotiations. "She needs a bit of help". But May, facing scorn for running a lacklustre campaign, was determined to hang on. And yet he managed it with only 2 percentage points more than Corbyn, who had that same propaganda machine railing against him. The pound had its worst day of the year so far in reaction, falling by almost 2% against the dollar to its lowest level in two months.

Philippines' Rodrigo Duterte says didn't seek US support in city siege

Philippines' Rodrigo Duterte says didn't seek US support in city siege

She was allegedly on a mission to procure firearms as they prepare to escape the fighting. Soldiers ride a truck through a Marawi city street in the Philippines on Saturday. support to fight the pro-Islamic State militants led by the Maute terrorist group in Marawi City, the provincial capital of Lanao del Sur in the Philippines' South.

Jeremy Corbyn keeps his eyes on Downing Street

Corbyn's Labour Party now has 261 seats. Conservative MP Nigel Evans told CNN his party shot itself "in the head" with an "irrelevant" manifesto, which was peppered with "arsenic". Ruth Davidson, the Conservative leader in Scotland, said she had asked May for assurances that there would be no attack on gay rights after a deal with the DUP.

Sessions agrees to appear before Senate committee

Sessions agrees to appear before Senate committee

In a letter to Senator Richard Shelby on Saturday, Sessions has written that his decision to appear comes in light of last week's testimony by fired Federal Bureau of Investigation director James Comey . There are also concerns that Sessions might have helped subvert the ongoing Russia-related investigations. Lankford is on the intelligence committee, the forum for last week's riveting Comey testimony and Tuesday's hearing.