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FBI Director Comey Confirms Investigation on Trump's Campaign and Russian Federation

FBI Director Comey Confirms Investigation on Trump's Campaign and Russian Federation

The same was true, he added, of the Justice Department. That investigation is also looking at whether Donald Trump's campaign coordinated with Russian agents. As Rep. Jim Himes (D-Conn.) pointed out l...

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Nigeria Senate Begins Investigation Against Saraki, Dino Melaye

Nigeria Senate Begins Investigation Against Saraki, Dino Melaye

Saraki and Mr. Melaye's certificate scandal - had made the Senate subject of public ridicule. It was discovered that Nigerian Customs officers in Lagos had on January 11, 2017, intercepted and impou...

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State Sen. Daniel Biss to make major announcement Monday

State Sen. Daniel Biss to make major announcement Monday

He has been an outspoken critic of Republican Governor Bruce Rauner, leading a PAC called "Leading Illinois For Tomorrow". He is the first of the Democratic candidates to try to distance himself from ...

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Goldman Sachs to move London jobs overseas on Brexit

Goldman Sachs to move London jobs overseas on Brexit

His comments come a day after the UK's ambassador to the EU Sir Tim Barrow formally wrote to the office of Donald Tusk, the EU Council president, to confirm that Brexit would be triggered on March 29...

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TDP wins in Kadapa, ends YSRC's winning streak

TDP wins in Kadapa, ends YSRC's winning streak

Whereas, in the Kurnool MLC Local Authorities' Constituency , TDP's MLC Silpa Chakrapani Reddy secured re-election against Gouru Venkata Reddy of YSRC by a margin of 64 votes. In the first round YC...

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United Kingdom ready to launch Brexit process on March 29

United Kingdom ready to launch Brexit process on March 29

Britons voted by 52 percent to 48 percent to leave the European Union in a referendum in June 2016. His warning was mirrored in comments made by EU Commission President Jean-Claude Juncker, who said...

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European Union sets April date for special Brexit summit

European Union sets April date for special Brexit summit

The Queen gave Royal Assent to the European Union (Notification of Withdrawal) Bill last week, clearing the way for Theresa May to start talks to leave the European Union. Notification comes 279 day...

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North Korea 'blows up USA carrier' in fresh propaganda video

Much to North Korea's chagrin, annual military exercises involving 17,000 United States troops and the Terminal High Altitude Area Defense (THAAD) system are also being conducted in South Korea. In an...

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Gorsuch: Trump never asked me to rule against Roe v. Wade

Gorsuch: Trump never asked me to rule against Roe v. Wade

Sen. I will apply the law. "Anyone, any law is going to get a fair and square deal with me", he added. When few students raised their hands, he "announced that all our hands should be raised becau...

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United Kingdom follows U.S. in imposing electronic device flight ban

United Kingdom follows U.S. in imposing electronic device flight ban

The new law go into effect from Tuesday. Airline passengers coming to the US on direct flights from eight majority-Muslim nations must now place most electronic devices, including laptops, tablets a...

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Man held after claiming bomb at W House gates

Man held after claiming bomb at W House gates

He also said "this is a test", according to the document. Keoughan reportedly said he was telepathically summoned to meet with the president, The Washington Times reported . The document also s...

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Former Obama aide: Trump's wiretap claim is

Former Obama aide: Trump's wiretap claim is "insane"

Because there's no senior staff yet, they're functioning as the White House's voice and ears in these departments'. Fox News anchor Shep Smith said they couldn't find any . "In defense of the Obama...

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Apple iPad 9.7 (2017) vs Apple iPad Air 2: What's the difference?

The new iPad starts at £339 in the United Kingdom for the base 32GB Wi-Fi model, which is £40 less than the previous entry level iPad Air 2 (£379), and will be available to order in more than 20 count...

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ED arrests mining baron for money laundering

ED arrests mining baron for money laundering

ED has registered a case under sections of Prevention of Money Laundering Act (PMLA) based on a FIR filed by the Central Burau of Investigation. The two biggest cases of cash recovery after the gove...

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Marquinhos hopes PSG are interested in signing Monaco's Kylian Mbappe

Marquinhos hopes PSG are interested in signing Monaco's Kylian Mbappe

Monaco are confident of keeping Arsenal and Tottenham Hotspur target Kylian Mbappe at the club beyond the summer and convincing him to sign on a new contract with the club. Otherwise I think we would ...

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New poll shows France's Macron leading in first round

New poll shows France's Macron leading in first round

With the conservative contender Francois Fillon's bid in turmoil due to a scandal over his wife's job, and centrist Emmanuel Macron's policy untested, most polls see Le Pen is very likely to top the f...

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Former Senator Shahani passes away

Former Senator Shahani passes away

Shahani was widow of the late Indian statesman, professor and writer Rajee Shahani. The family said her wake begins on Wednesday, March 22, at the Funeraria Paz in Sucat, Parañaque. Shahani was the ...

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Trump betrays the voters on health care

Trump betrays the voters on health care

The hard-line conservative "Freedom" caucus has been the GOP leadership's main hurdle with the legislation, the right-wing group of lawmakers arguing that the AHCA does not do enough to repeal Obamaca...

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Villanova's Eric Paschall didn't have to thumb a ride to Buffalo

Villanova's Eric Paschall didn't have to thumb a ride to Buffalo

He said Wednesday that his players may be focused enough on preparations for Thursday that they don't allow themselves to enjoy "all the lead-up and all of the hype". Now, the Wildcats get a chance to...

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Central Intelligence Agency wins back control of drone strikes

Central Intelligence Agency wins back control of drone strikes

The CIA, which operates under covert authorities, wasn't required to disclose the number of suspected terrorists or civilian bystanders it killed in drone strikes. The Department of Defense has confir...

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