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US Lawmakers Await Sessions' Testimony

US Lawmakers Await Sessions' Testimony

But he wrote to Congress Saturday that he wanted to speak before the Senate Intelligence Committee instead to address questions that arose during Comey's testimony last week. He said deputy attorney general Rod Rosenstein would appear before the sub-committees. The Justice Department ultimately agreed to a Tuesday public hearing in an attempt to show there's nothing to hide and nothing controversial about Sessions' interactions with Russian officials, officials said.


What we know about the injuries from the Alexandria shooting

What we know about the injuries from the Alexandria shooting

The shooter - identified as 66-year-old James Hodgkinson , an apparent supporter of former presidential candidate Bernie Sanders - later died of his injuries, President Donald Trump announced. "Whether it is a so-called comedian holding up the president's head in blood , or it's right here in New York City a play that shows the president being assassinated , or it's Democratic leading national politicians who are so angry they have to use vulgarity ", he lamented.



UK, EU in suspense as May tries to strike power deal

In her turn, May noted about the Brexit negotiations, "We have been very clear we want to maintain a close relationship and a close partnership with the European Union and individual member states into the future, including in the areas we've discussed this evening".



Sarcastic Putin offers fired Federal Bureau of Investigation chief James Comey political asylum

Edward Snowden, who is facing espionage charges in the USA, is a whistleblower and former CIA contractor who leaked U.S. intelligence documents on mass surveillance and was given political asylum by Russian Federation. presidential election. The Russia leader acknowledged that his country would be ready to live with such sanctions for decades. Russia's seizing Crimea and support for separatists in Eastern Ukraine's Donbas region were the actions that first triggered Western sanctions.



Donald Trump has no intention of firing Robert Mueller: White House

Then, on Monday evening, Newsmax CEO and Trump pal Chris Ruddy said that the president was "considering perhaps terminating the special counsel", which, Ruddy added, "would be a very significant mistake". Per Department of Justice rules, it's actually up to the deputy attorney general to make that call - though the president could bypass that protocol.


Belleville Gunman Who Shot Top GOP Congressman Had History of Arrests

Belleville Gunman Who Shot Top GOP Congressman Had History of Arrests

He had been a vocal opponent of the Republican Party . Wednesday's senseless shooting of a USA congressman and four other people allegedly by a gunman who was a supporter of Democrat Sen. Asked about her husband's decision to leave for an extended period of time, Hodgkinson said that her daughter and two-year-old granddaughter had recently moved home.