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Mueller probes Ukrainian oligarch's $150K donation to Trump

Mueller probes Ukrainian oligarch's $150K donation to Trump

You can see more coverage of the Daniels suit on Libertynation.com here and here. He huddled in the Oval Office with Ty Cobb, the White House lawyer who oversees its handling of the Mueller probe, as well as with White House counsel Donald McGahn and White House Chief of Staff John Kelly, officials said.


Trump Promises Decision on Military Action Against Syria in Next Two Days

Trump Promises Decision on Military Action Against Syria in Next Two Days

We can not continue to stand by and passively watch the slaughter of innocents, especially when we bear no small responsibility for this brutal civil war . "These are awful photos, we're looking into the attack at this point", Bossert told Martha Raddatz of the attack, which left at least 34 dead and at least 500 others injured, according to reports from the Syrian American Medical Society.


Nigel Owens responds to Folau's 'hell' for gay people comment

Nigel Owens responds to Folau's 'hell' for gay people comment

Folau caused uproar last week, over a now deleted comment in which he suggested that God's plan for gay people was "HELL...unless they repent of their sins and turn to God". No action was taken against the devout Christian after he was summoned to a meeting with Rugby Australia over a controversial post on Instagram last week.


Border states pledge 1600 troops for President Trump's border fight

Border states pledge 1600 troops for President Trump's border fight

On Friday, Defense Secretary Jim Mattis signed a memo that authorized the federal government to pay for the potential deployment of up to 4,000 National Guard troops for the border mission through September. "This is the kind of things states do", McMaster said. The images shared by the Texas Military Department which includes Guard branches showed members dressed in military fatigues shaking hands with USA border agents.


Train Rolls Down Without Engine, Railway Suspends Seven Officials

Train Rolls Down Without Engine, Railway Suspends Seven Officials

India's state-run railway has suspended seven workers after brakes failed on a 22-coach train carrying hundreds of passengers, letting it run freely in reverse for about 13km (eight miles), officials said on Monday. According to ECoR's preliminary report, while the train coaches should have been secured with skids at the wheels, in the instance last Saturday, the skids were either no placed at all or placed improperly.