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|Bloomberg says Trump should ‘stop tweeting’ and let Russia probe run its course|
|Wed, 21 Jun 2017 10:18:33 -0400|
|Career Criminal, Mob Ties, Trump Associate|
|Tue, 20 Jun 2017 14:51:56 -0400|
|The Latest: Navy Seal tells of wound during Bergdahl search|
|Wed, 21 Jun 2017 12:28:33 -0400|
|McCain: North Korea ‘murdered’ American student Otto Warmbier|
|Tue, 20 Jun 2017 09:15:48 -0400|
|Exclusive: U.S. investigators in Russia probe look at role of Flynn partner|
|Tue, 20 Jun 2017 22:01:43 -0400|
By Nathan Layne and Julia Edwards Ainsley NEW YORK (Reuters) - Federal investigators probing the lobbying work of ousted national security adviser Michael Flynn are focused in part on the role of Bijan Kian, Flynn’s former business partner, according to a person interviewed by the FBI. Investigators are also looking at whether payments from foreign clients to Flynn and his company, the now-inactive Flynn Intel Group, were lawful, according to two separate sources with knowledge of the broad inquiry into Flynn's business activities. The FBI's interest in Kian has not been previously reported.
|Conservative cardinals step up pope challenge|
|Tue, 20 Jun 2017 13:27:55 -0400|
Four conservative cardinals who have publicly challenged Pope Francis over his reforms of Catholic Church teaching have published a letter escalating the row. The red-hatted "Princes of the Church" had sent a first letter to the Argentine pontiff at the end of last year in which they questioned the head of the Roman Catholic Church over his teachings on the family. The ringleader, American Raymond Burke, publicly warned Francis it may be necessary to make a highly rare "formal act of correction" if he did not answer the letter -- a bold and almost unheard of challenge to the pope's authority.
|Wall Street Journal fires correspondent over ethics conflict|
|Wed, 21 Jun 2017 17:27:48 -0400|
WASHINGTON (AP) — The Wall Street Journal on Wednesday fired its highly regarded chief foreign affairs correspondent after evidence emerged of his involvement in prospective commercial deals — including one involving arms sales to foreign governments — with an international businessman who was one of his key sources.
|As O.J. Simpson Remains Hopeful of Prison Release, Sister Sheds Light on His Life Behind Bars|
|Tue, 20 Jun 2017 15:48:00 -0400|
|Walmart And Amazon Rivalry Goes To The Next Level: The Cloud|
|Wed, 21 Jun 2017 12:48:07 -0400|
|Republican Karen Handel wins Georgia House race, beating back liberal wave|
|Tue, 20 Jun 2017 22:12:34 -0400|
|Islamic militants take hostages at Philippine school: army|
|Wed, 21 Jun 2017 07:35:18 -0400|
Islamic militants occupied a primary school and took hostages in a southern Philippine village on Wednesday, a few hours drive from a city where other jihadists were fighting a month-long war, authorities said. Encinas said the gunmen had planted improvised bombs around the school, a small building in a rural area, and that soldiers had surrounded it. The unrest occurred in Pigkawayan, a farming town about 160 kilometres (100 miles) from Marawi city where fighters linked to the Islamic State (IS) group have been battling troops for a month in a conflict that has claimed hundreds of lives.
|Alaska fishermen ‘chased out’ of Bering Sea by gangs of killer whales|
|Wed, 21 Jun 2017 11:52:24 -0400|
Pods of killer whales are reportedly stalking Alaskan fishermen and driving them out of fishing areas while robbing them of their catch. The National Post reports that black cod and halibut fishers are being surrounded by orcas acting like “motorcycle gangs” and “chased out” of their areas of operation in the north Pacific.
|McCain castigates Defense Department pick at confirmation hearing|
|Tue, 20 Jun 2017 12:44:15 -0400|
|Settlement Reached in Lawsuit over Michael Brown's Death|
|Wed, 21 Jun 2017 18:39:58 -0400|
(Reuters) - The parents of black teenager Michael Brown and the city of Ferguson, Missouri, have settled a lawsuit over his fatal shooting by a white city police officer in 2014, according to a court document filed on June 19, 2017.
|German teen suspected of shooting toy gun at Thai king|
|Thu, 22 Jun 2017 00:41:22 -0400|
German prosecutors said on Wednesday they were investigating a 14-year-old boy suspected of shooting plastic bullets from a toy gun at the King of Thailand who was cycling near Munich this month. The king was not hurt. The unidentified youth, together with a 13-year-old who is too young to be investigated, is suspected of having fired the gun from a garden or house window at a group of cyclists that included King Maha Vajiralongkorn, a regular visitor to Bavaria, and his entourage.
|The Latest: Boeing, Airbus compete for orders at air show|
|Tue, 20 Jun 2017 08:55:37 -0400|
|Inmates Rushed to Save Guard Who Passed Out: 'We Had to Help Him'|
|Tue, 20 Jun 2017 19:05:00 -0400|
|High hat fashion shares the stage at Britian's Royal Ascot horse races|
|Wed, 21 Jun 2017 12:01:58 -0400|
|Jared Kushner is heading to Israel for peace negotiations|
|Tue, 20 Jun 2017 16:26:27 -0400|
Jared Kushner, senior White House adviser, speaks during a meeting with technology executives in the Eisenhower Executive Office Building in Washington, D.C., on June 19. President Trump’s son-in-law and senior adviser, Jared Kushner, is scheduled to travel to Israel and the Palestinian territories on Wednesday for meetings that the White House says are aimed at “achieving a lasting peace agreement between the Israelis and Palestinians.” Kushner will be accompanied by Jason Greenblatt, a Trump adviser whose official title is “assistant to the president and special representative for international negotiations.” According to a White House official who discussed the trip with Yahoo News, the pair are two of Trump’s “most trusted advisers” and will be spearheading a “peace effort” that is a “top priority” for the president.
|Pentagon chief blasts N.Korea over US student who died|
|Wed, 21 Jun 2017 16:21:14 -0400|
North Korea's treatment of an American student who died after being released from detention in a coma was inhuman and US patience with Pyongyang is running out, Pentagon chief Jim Mattis said Wednesday. Otto Warmbier, 22, suffered severe brain damage in North Korea and died on Monday following 18 months of captivity in North Korea after he was sentenced to hard labor for stealing a political poster from a hotel. "To see a young man go over there healthy and, (after) a minor act of mischief, come home dead basically... this goes beyond any kind of understanding of law and order, of humanity, of responsibility towards any human being," Mattis said.