Trump on Comey testimony: 'No collusion, no obstruction, he's a leaker'

That's another thing he said. In his first congressional appearance since being abruptly fired by Trump last month, Comey detailed months of distrust of the president and bluntly asserted that Trump had fired him to interfere with the probe of Russia's ties to the Trump campaign.

British PM loses majority, faces pressure to resign

Unlike the alliance between the Tories and the Liberal Democrats in 2010, when the election also resulted in a hung Parliament , the new government will not be a formal coalition but one where the DUP supports the Tories with votes in Parliament.

Conservatives are only party who can form a UK government: May

The Labor Party believes that her coalition of convenience with Northern Ireland's DUP is unsustainable and that there will be a new general election in the not-too-distant future . "May sought a mandate". All the most senior ministers - including Treasury chief Philip Hammond, Foreign Secretary Boris Johnson, Defense Secretary Michael Fallon and Home Secretary Amber Rudd - kept their jobs and there were few changes in the Cabinet lineup.

UK:Brexit talks to start soon-minister

Large global banks in London plan to move about 9,000 jobs in the next two years to financial centres that will stay in the European Union , including Frankfurt, Paris and Dublin, so they can continue selling their services across the bloc after Brexit, according to a Reuters' tally of job warnings.

Trump travel ban dealt another blow as appeals court rules

Trump travel ban dealt another blow as appeals court rules

The U.S. Court of Appeals for the 9th Circuit, an overwhelmingly liberal court, ruled unanimously that the temporary travel ban should remain on hold - the final judicial blow as attorneys prepare for a likely showdown before the Supreme Court.

Controversial judge Karnan retires, no customary farewell

Controversial judge Karnan retires, no customary farewell

The face-off between Justice Karnan and the Supreme Court dominated the corridors of the judiciary for nearly five months, before a seven-judge bench, comprising senior judges, held the unanimous view that Justice Karnan should be penalised for his actions.