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Hannity Is One of Trump's Least Sycophantic Advisers


After a long hearing on Monday, Wood said she had concluded the hearing without deciding whether to appoint the "special master" sought by Cohen or to permit the Justice Department's "filter team" to continue its work. I never paid a legal fee. "I have occasionally had brief discussions with him about legal questions about which I wanted his input and perspective", he tweeted . Read More »

The Bon-Ton Sold to Liquidators, All Stores Closing


The Bon-Ton Stores has a strong presence in Wisconsin, where it operates nine stores and employs 2,255 people who will lose their jobs. Yet another major store at Honey Creek Mall in Terre Haute - Carson's - appears headed for near certain closure. Read More »

PM: Huge potential for cooperation in defence


Mr. Modi has also been reluctant to talk about a rape accusation against a state lawmaker from his party in India's most populous state, Uttar Pradesh, which is governed by the B.J.P. "The European Union is more sensitive to the issue now, which gives us an opportunity to sensitise them about the threat of terrorism and violent extremism, and how these groups are active in our neighborhood, particularly in South Asia", she said. Read More »

Trump lawyer Michael Cohen expected at court hearing over searches

Cohen's lawyers argued that the evidence should be protected by attorney-client privilege. Daniels is engaged in a separate civil legal fight over US$130,000 she received in a 2016 agreement arranged by Cohen to stop her from discussing a sexual encounter she says she had with Trump a decade earlier. Read More »

US Attorney's office to Michael Cohen


District Judge Kimba Wood at the hearing to let them examine the seized supplies to be certain that there wasn't any breach of attorney-client privilege, allowing clients to safeguard communications with their own lawyers. President Donald Trump is apparently more unnerved by the rapidly developing criminal case surrounding his personal lawyer Michael Cohen than he is about Robert Mueller, the special counsel overseeing the Russian Federation probe. Read More »

Haley slams Russian Federation over Syria chemical attack


The chairman of the worldwide affairs committee of Russia's upper house of parliament, Konstantin Kosachev, described the air strikes as a groundless attack on a sovereign government, Interfax said . Trump says that last Saturday, Syrian President Bashar Assad deployed chemical weapons in what was a "significant escalation in a pattern of chemical weapons use by that very awful regime". Read More »

Barnstable: Suspect in Shooting of Police Officer Faces Arraignment


A man described by authorities as a career criminal is heading to court to face a murder charge in the shooting death of a MA police officer. He called Gannon a "remarkable young man". Dennis Veterinary Hospital posted on Facebook that Nero was shot in the face and neck but has been stabilized and survived surgery Friday, although he is "not out of the woods". Read More »

Sanders: Comey's Book Belongs In The 'Bargain Bin Of The Fiction Section'

In responding to Comey, the White House is choosing not to engage on specific claims, which have been reviewed by lawyers for accuracy, instead launching a broadside effort to undermine Comey's credibility. Mr Comey told lawmakers he had given copies of his memo memorialising his talks with Mr Trump to people outside the Justice Department and asked a friend to share its contents with a journalist. Read More »

Epic Political Battle Begins: Rick Scott Challenges Bill Nelson For Senate Seat


For Scott, it will be his third election of his political career. That members of the United States Senate do not have term limits has been a point of contention before, and those who want change across the board in D.C. With a year left in his second term as governor, Scott enters the race as Republicans face the tough task of maintaining their control of Congress in the second year of fellow Republican Donald Trump's presidency. Read More »

Azerbaijan's Ruling Party Announces Aliyev's Victory in Presidential Election


An election observation mission from the Parliamentary Assembly of the Council of Europe (PACE) arrived in Azerbaijan on Monday, when they met with each of the eight candidates. In 2009, Aliyev amended the country's constitution so he could run for an unlimited number of presidential terms in a move criticised by rights advocates. Read More »

National security adviser urged president to cancel trip overseas


Hostilities, including attacks on residential areas, civilian infrastructure, including hospitals, markets, schools ... have resulted in scores of civilians being killed or injured on a daily basis. On that occasion, the U.S. On Monday, Trump indicated that the administration would be making "some major decisions over the next 24 to 48 hours". Trump - who a year ago launched a missile strike on a regime base after another alleged chemical attack - warned Sunday that there would be a "big ... Read More »

Plane Crash on Arizona Golf Course Kills 6


It is unknown how many people were on board or whether they were injured in the crash. Versace King told the Arizona Republic he was helping his father load a truck near the airport and noticed the small plane take off. At the time of the crash there were clear skies and low wind, KPHO said. Investigators at the site Tuesday morning examined the burned wreckage next to a tree. Read More »

Trump, Obama won't be invited at Prince Harry-Meghan Markle's wedding

First of all, it has to do with Harry's hereditary position: As soon-to-be sixth in line to the throne, his wedding is not an official United Kingdom state occasion, like his big brother's was. "Celebrate THE wedding of the year with this lovely china plate featuring the portraits of Prince Harry and Meghan Markle ", writes the seller, who adds, "This plate won't fail to raise a smile and evoke pride in our country's most cherished couple". Read More »

Patrick Reed wins Green jacket while playing in Azalea colours at Augusta


Reed appeared understandably nervy at times on the front nine, registering bogeys at the first and sixth, although gains at three and seven ensured he stayed out in front. You know, I stand by my comments. "It was possibly the highest score I could have shot today", Woods said. And it wasn't just about them. "Why don't you ask them?" he said. Read More »

5 things to know about the gender wage gap


NY (11 cents), California (12 cents), and Florida (13 cents) have the smallest wage gaps. "We hope this humorous and tasty message will succeed in raising awareness of the illegal and unfair pay gap that continues to plague working women", said AAUW's Hillary Kambour in an email. Read More »

Punjab's easy sail over Delhi Daredevils


Ten different captains for Daredevils and eleven for KXIP adding to the similitude. "The DareDevils always wanted to invest in the future". The duo's batting ensured that the Punjab side didn't miss Chris Gayle or Aaron Finch. Gambhir scored 55 off 42 balls before he was run out and in the end, it cost Daredevils 15-20 runs. Rahul took just 14 balls to score his fifty and beat the previous record by one ball. Read More »

President expects North Korea meeting in May or June


Trump agreed last month to a landmark summit with the nuclear-armed North but with no specific dates or venue set, there had been questions over Pyongyang's intention to participate. They 've said. We've said. "We've ever already been connected with North Korea", Mr. Trump said at the beginning of the cabinet meeting at the White House". Read More »

Hungary's preliminary election results delayed until about 2100 GMT


The National Election Office will stop tracking voter turnout at exactly 6.30pm local time. High turnout has forced some Hungarian polling places to remain open, delaying the announcement of results in the national election. Gergely Karacsony, the leading left-wing candidate for prime minster, said Sunday the high turnout was good news for those in favor of preventing Prime Minister Viktor Orban from winning his third consecutive term. Read More »

Killed After Junior Hockey Team's Bus Crashes In Canada


Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau also sent his condolences on Twitter to the families of those killed and injured in the accident. A crash between a transport truck and a bus carrying a junior hockey team in Western Canada left multiple people dead and others seriously injured, Canadian police said late Friday. Read More »

Sunny afternoon, a few showers tomorrow morning


The Bermuda Weather Service has issued a Small Craft Warning valid through Monday morning, and their forecast for Sunday says, "Increasingly cloudy with showers peaking towards the evening". It will be another chilly day today with highs only reaching the mid 40s. Highs Thursday and Friday will be back in the 80°s. Clouds return along with a threat for a snow/mix initially, then a few rain showers. Read More »

101st soldiers killed in helicopter crash at Fort Campbell


The crew was conducting routine training at the time of the accident, according to the 101st Airborne. No other casualties were reported. The recovery operation are now ongoing on the crash site. "Our thoughts and prayers are with the people during this complicated moment". On Wednesday, a U.S. Air Force pilot using an travel Thunderbirds exhibition squad died when his F-16 fighter airplane crashed at Nevada. Read More »

IAF begins process to procure 110 fighter jets worth Rs 973.8 billion


The issue of the request for information (RFI) is the first step to acquiring the aircraft. According to reports, manufacturers such as SAAB of Sweden, Lockheed Martin and Boeing of the United States, Dassault of France, MiG of Russian Federation and the European consortium Eurofighter are expected to compete for India's requirement. Read More »

Trump tweets condolences in Marine chopper crash


A U.S. Marine Corps CH-53E helicopter of the same type involved in two accidents in Okinawa Prefecture previous year crashed Tuesday in California, leaving the entire crew of four presumed dead. The Naval Air Facility in El Centro sent its condolences to those impacted by the tragedy early Wednesday in a Facebook post. In addition, U.S.A officials have not confirmed whether those killed were Marines. Read More »

Trump 'invited Putin to White House before expelling Russian diplomats'


Just as Trump has shown a curious reluctance to criticize Putin, even when the two countries are ejecting each other's diplomats, the Kremlin and the Russian news outlets it controls have often avoided criticizing Trump directly. It angered many in Washington, including some of Trump's advisers, who wanted the president to address Moscow's role in the nerve agent assault and to not congratulate the Russian leader for his victory in an election in which his best-known opponent was barred from ... Read More »

First Person Sentenced In Robert Mueller's Russia Investigation


Alex van der Zwaan , who worked with Gates and former Trump campaign chairman Paul Manafort while he practiced law at a large global firm, admitted to lying and failing to turn over emails to Mueller's team in February. "To the extent the Court seeks to take into account the circumstances of van der Zwaan's wife's pregnancy, consideration of that circumstance would not preclude a term of incarceration", the special counsel's office wrote. Read More »

Strikes set to cause major disruption on French railways


The rail strikes , set to last until 28 June, are being seen as the biggest challenge yet to 4the president's sweeping plans to shake up France and make it more competitive, earning comparisons with Margaret Thatcher's showdown with the British coal unions in 1984. Read More »

Monsoons could bring 'enormous deaths' for Rohingya refugees


At least 670,000 Rohingya have fled Myanmar and settled in makeshift camps across the border in Bangladesh since August 2017, according to the latest estimates from the United Nations. Myanmar has agreed to a visit by the UN Security Council after months of resistance, but it remains unclear whether ambassadors will be allowed to go to Rakhine State, the body's president said Monday. Read More »