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Mueller now investigating Trump

Mueller's team wants to interview senior intelligence officials, as the investigation expands from Russia's meddling in the presidential election, to whether Trump's campaign associates coordinated with the Russians, to whether the president overstepped his bounds.


May's top 2 aides quit after election criticism

May's top 2 aides quit after election criticism

Timothy said the result of the parliamentary elections held on June 8 was " a huge disappointment " and noted that in the near future the party would analyze the course of its campaign in details to find out the reasons for the failure. Since the election, most of the members of May's cabinet have kept quiet on the issue of her future, adding to speculation that her days as prime minister are numbered.



'Anxiety and fear' over Tory-DUP deal: Sinn Fein

Manfred Weber, the German head of the centre-right European People's Party, the largest group in the assembly, said May now has "no majority" for a so-called hard Brexit, in which Britain leaves the EU with no deal on the divorce terms or on future relations with the EU.



Jeff Sessions grilled by Senate Intelligence Committee

Sessions , a close Trump adviser during the battle for the presidency, said in his opening statement that it was a "detestable and appalling lie" to suggest he was aware of or participated in any collusion between Russian Federation and the Trump campaign.


Trump makes surprise visit to hospital where Scalise is being treated

Trump makes surprise visit to hospital where Scalise is being treated

When word came from MedStar Washington Hospital Center that U.S. Rep. Steve Scalise was in critical condition, reactions were in between shock and confusion. "Mr. Trump isn't the first Republican politician to countenance these kinds of views in order to win votes". Rep. Duncan Hunter (R-Alpine) hasn't tweeted since January and was the only member of the San Diego congressional delegation that did not make a statement on Twitter.


Turkish opposition party begins 250-mile protest march

Turkish opposition party begins 250-mile protest march

But this is the first time a deputy from the CHP - the main secular opposition founded by Turkey's first president Mustafa Kemal Ataturk - has been held. CHP lawmakers left parliament in protest, saying the party will continue fighting "fascism". Following Cumhuriyet's report in 2015, President Tayyip Erdogan acknowledged that the trucks belonged to the National Intelligence Organization (MIT), and said they were carrying aid to Turkmen battling both Syrian President Bashar al-Assad and ...