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Korean drone photographed THAAD site: S. Korean military

Korean drone photographed THAAD site: S. Korean military

Seoul agreed under Moon's ousted predecessor Park Geun-Hye previous year to deploy the missile intercept system to guard against threats from nuclear-armed North Korea, despite angry opposition from Beijing, which views the north as a threat to its own military capabilities.


Kathy Griffin breaks down, says President Trump 'broke me'

Kathy Griffin breaks down, says President Trump 'broke me'

She's also hired a criminal defense attorney, Dmitry Gorin, in response to the alleged investigation from the Secret Service. "I don't think I'll have a career after this", Griffin said . Griffin said. "I'm not laying down for this guy". Griffin said the photos were inspired by Trump's comments about then-Fox News anchor Megyn Kelly after the first televised GOP debate, when he said Kelly had "blood coming out of her eyes, or wherever".


Jeff Sessions' testimony Tuesday to Congress will be open to public

Jeff Sessions' testimony Tuesday to Congress will be open to public

When Attorney General Jeff Sessions testifies before the Senate Intelligence Committee on Tuesday, it will be in a hearing that is open to the public. But Trump later said he dismissed Comey because of the Russian Federation investigation. He said Trump reached out to him again after the inauguration but he refused to call back, shortly before he was sacked.



I would '100 percent' be willing to testify about Comey under oath

According to James Comey , President Donald Trump was pressuring him to stop the inquiry into friend and former national security advisor General Michael Flynn , by saying he "hoped" the FBI would drop the investigation. "I didn't say that", Trump said again. The Senate Judiciary Committee had previously asked Comey to provide those memos, but said it did not receive them.



North Korea releases United States student Otto Warmbier

In a statement to reporters, Secretary of State Rex Tillerson said that he secured the release of Warmbier at the request of President Donald Trump . He said in Beijing his aim is to try to "bring sports to North Korea". University of Virginia student Otto Warmbier has been held in North Korea for 15 months, and hasn't even been seen since March past year, for trying to steal a propaganda poster while on a trip to the state.