Global Trump defends his 'absolute right' to share information with Russians
Author: 0 Trump defends his 'absolute right' to share information with Russians

The latest incident comes just a week after Trump fired Comey. The Post story did not claim that Trump revealed any specific information about how the intelligence was gathered, as McMaster's initial denial suggested, but focused on the breach of espionage etiquette, and the possibility that U.S.

Global John Oliver on Trump firing Comey: 'Can he really be this stupid?'
Author: 0 John Oliver on Trump firing Comey: 'Can he really be this stupid?'

Trump fired Comey in the midst of the FBI's investigation into possible collusion between Trump campaign officials and the Russian government in last year's presidential election. "We have got to make sure that these tapes, if they exist, don't mysteriously disappear", he said. The next director will immediately be confronted with oversight of an FBI investigation into possible coordination between Russian Federation and the Trump campaign, an inquiry the bureau's acting head, Andrew ...

Author: 0 Trump warns Comey over leaks to media — Federal Bureau of Investigation chief sacking

President Donald Trump Friday denied that he had asked former FBI Director James Comey for his loyalty over dinner in January but said that "I don't think it's inappropriate to ask". Is it the details of the Comey-Trump dinner and the president's hints of secret "tapes"? The president threatened Comey on Twitter just days after firing him in a surprise move earlier this week.

Global Murder Investigation Launched After Woman's Body Found In Fermanagh
Author: 0 Murder Investigation Launched After Woman's Body Found In Fermanagh

Conor, who is in hospital in a stable condition, raised the alarm and called for help after his mother's former boyfriend Peadar Phair, 55, allegedly turned up uninvited to the family home. "Concepta was a very proficient musician herself, and very well-known. She was just devoted to Conor". Neighbours said they were shocked by what had happened.

Author: 0 Convicted soldier Chelsea Manning will stay on active duty

Her lawyer, Nancy Hollander, told the BBC she is "very pleased" that Manning can complete her transition outside of prison. "But mostly I felt angry, and frankly a bit nauseous, at the injustices involved in requiring someone as brilliant as her to dictate code over the phone".

Global Trump asked Comey to shut down Flynn probe
Author: 0 Trump asked Comey to shut down Flynn probe

Lawmakers on Capitol Hill are clamoring for Comey to come tell his side of the story, either behind closed doors or publicly. "I think the White House needs to be open and transparent about whats going on, too". Thirty percent of responders said that Trump's decision gave them a less positive view of him, and even though the incident didn't drastically change Trump's approval numbers, they remain near a low 39%.

Global Vancouver Aquarium will fight park board's vote to ban new cetaceans
Author: 0 Vancouver Aquarium will fight park board's vote to ban new cetaceans

Officials with the Vancouver Aquarium say if Vancouver Park Board commissioners vote on Monday, May 15, 2017, to prevent the facility from housing even injured or endangered whales, it will mean job losses. It had previously announced it would phase out beluga whales in captivity by 2029. Commissioner Catherine Evans agreed, saying the issue has been surrounded by "fear mongering".

Author: 0 United States spat erupts ahead of Trump visit to region

Since his inauguration, Trump has faced a flood of warnings from top Arab diplomats and a personal appeal from Jordan's King Abdullah to not move the U.S. Additionally, he all but ignores the fact that the Palestinian territories are governed by terrorists and terror-supporting regimes, while Israel is a free state and one of the few stable, reliable American allies in the Middle East.

Global Women shout 'azaadi' at Mehbooba function
Author: 0 Women shout 'azaadi' at Mehbooba function

The anger was evident when Mehbooba reached the venue where thousands of women from various self-help groups had gathered, an official said. Chaos erupted at Mufti's meeting with members of women self-help groups set up under the state government's ambitious Umeed scheme.

Global Trump Says He Shared 'Facts Pertaining to Terrorism' with Russians
Author: 0 Trump Says He Shared 'Facts Pertaining to Terrorism' with Russians

Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell called the intelligence uproar a distraction from GOP priorities such as tax reform and replacing the health care law. "The White House has got to do something soon to bring itself under control and in order", Republican Senator Bob Corker, the chairman of the Foreign Relations Committee, told reporters at the Capitol.

Global Trump asked Comey to shut down Flynn investigation
Author: 0 Trump asked Comey to shut down Flynn investigation

Press secretary Sean Spicer confirmed that notion at Monday's White House press briefing, saying the president will conduct interviews personally once the Justice Department has a recommendation. Comey in the memo. Rep. Adam Schiff, D-Calif., the top Democrat on the House intelligence committee, demanded Comey must testify about what Trump said to him.

Author: 0 Israel wants White House to explain USA official's Western Wall comment

Trump is reportedly planning to visit the wall in Jerusalem's Old City and Israel's Channel Two reported that Israeli officials offering to help plan the event were told by American counterparts it was not their remit. The official, speaking on condition of anonymity because he was not authorised to speak to the media, said Israel has contacted the U.S. to discuss the matter.

Author: 0 U.S. spat erupts ahead of Trump's visit to region

Administration officials have divulged little about Trump's vision for a way to restart peace negotiations and reach an agreement, apart from a few references to having Arab countries involved. Tillerson, speaking on NBC's " Meet the Press " Sunday morning, said Trump is taking a very "deliberative approach" to the issue. According to US law, if the president wants to continue keeping the embassy in Tel Aviv, he must sign a waiver every six months explaining why.

Author: 0 McMaster defends Trump on Russian Federation meeting

Mr Trump's move is not illegal, as the United States president has the authority to declassify information. National Security Adviser H.R. McMaster says no intelligence sources or methods were discussed and no military operations were disclosed that were not already known publicly.

Author: 0 Trump says he's committed to helping solve Israeli-Palestinian conflict

Lerman said in a conference call hosted by The Israel Project, which publishes The Tower, that Trump's approach to the peace process would mark a return to the stance adopted by former Secretary of State James Baker, who said, "we can not want peace more than the sides themselves".

Author: 0 Defiant Trump says he had 'absolute right' to share information with Russia

A Washington Post report that President Donald Trump shared highly classified information with Russian diplomats in a meeting last week drew immediate reactions from intelligence officials, who warn any revelations jeopardizing "a critical source of intelligence on the Islamic State" would severely impact worldwide cooperation on matters of national security.

Author: 0 PLO demands Israel apologize on 'Nakba' anniversary

Ramallah - Following reports of a mass health collapse and successive fainting, the Palestinian Committee of Prisoners' Affairs demanded that Palestinian prisoners who entered their 28th day on hunger strike in Israeli prisons on Sunday be hospitalized, as their health continue to decline.

Global GOP senator: North Korea missile test 'one of most advanced yet'
Author: 0 GOP senator: North Korea missile test 'one of most advanced yet'

The long-range strategic ballistic rocket Hwasong-12 (Mars-12) is launched during a test in this undated photo released by North Korea's Korean Central News Agency (KCNA) on May 15, 2017. North Korea's state news agency identified the weapon as a Hwasong-12 "medium long-range" ground-to-ground ballistic missile. The White House said in a statement that the missile came down "so close to Russian soil.

Global Defiant Trump says he has 'absolute right' to share intelligence with Russia
Author: 0 Defiant Trump says he has 'absolute right' to share intelligence with Russia

Trump added that he had shared the information with Russian Federation for "Humanitarian reasons, plus I want Russian Federation to greatly step up their fight against IS and terrorism". The CIA and the Office of the Director of National Intelligence have declined to comment. One of his subordinates called for that portion of the discussion stricken from internal memos and circulation of a transcript limited to prevent sensitive details from being further distributed, the newspaper said.

Author: 0 Trump to address religious divides in first trip abroad

Trump making Riyadh the destination of his first foreign visit is only a preview of the good things that will happen to Arab Gulf states should they dance to Kushner's tune, or so the planners of the visit think. Tension has mounted between the Gulf States and Iran since Riyadh severed diplomatic ties with Tehran early a year ago after two Saudi diplomatic missions in Iran were attacked by Iranian protesters following the execution of a prominent Shia cleric by the Saudi authorities.

Author: 0 North Korea May Be Linked To WannaCry Ransomware, Researchers Say

Pyongyang has even strained ties with former ally China, which has asked the North to rein in its weapons activities; it launched a missile test on Sunday as Chinese President Xi Jinping prepared to host a summit showcasing the One Belt, One Road initiative created to expand trade throughout the Asian continent.

Author: 0 McMaster defends Trump on Russia meeting

Gallagher wrote that "while (the president) possesses the authority to disclose classified, even top secret, information, there's a separate question of whether he should". He reiterated his comments while addressing reporters at the White House later Monday. National security adviser H.R. McMaster said Trump did not know the source of the information he disclosed to the Russians so could not have compromised the USA ally.

Author: 0 Comey wrote in memo that Trump asked to end Flynn investigation

The White House is disputing a report that President Donald Trump asked Comey to shut down an investigation into ousted national security adviser Michael Flynn. Their advice to Trump's White House staffers: Make sure his daily media diet contains a heaping helping of adulation, or the man would see the red mist and unleash his fury on Twitter.

Author: 0 Seattle judges hear arguments on president's travel ban

The Ninth Circuit originally blocked Trump's first travel ban on due process grounds, while the revised version of the ban is now before a different panel. Wall said that was clearly what prior Supreme Court precedent on courts' review of immigration decisions required. That's the ruling that put the revised travel ban on hold back in March.

Author: 0 Trump deletes tweet calling Palestinian leader's visit 'an honor'

During Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu's state visit to DC in February Mr Trump suggested that he is open to the idea of a one-state, rather than two-state, solution to the intractable conflict. The last peace talks between Israel and Palestine , sponsored by the United States, lasted nine months and broke down in April 2014 over their deep differences on the issue of settlement building.

Author: 0 Trump revealed highly classified info to Russia

He used the words "wholly appropriate" nine separate times . Trump himself claimed the authority to share "facts pertaining to terrorism" and airline safety with Russian Federation, saying in a pair of tweets he has "an absolute right" as president to do so.

Author: 0 Ivory Coast launches military campaign to stem mutiny

The mutiny began in Bouake and spread quickly to other cities and towns, mirroring an uprising by the same group in January that paralysed parts of Ivory Coast. The mutineers were reported shooting on Sunday in to the air to prevent inhabitants of Bouake from coming out their homes. Rebellious soldiers had already taken to the streets on Friday in Bouake as well as in the economic capital of Abidjan and another city, demanding hefty pay increases.

Global Amid chaos, mood grows darker in the White House
Author: 0 Amid chaos, mood grows darker in the White House

Senate Minority Leader Chuck Schumer also called on Trump to release the tapes "immediately". Speaking on Saturday to about 50,000 people at Liberty University in Lynchburg, the nation's largest Christian college, Trump made no mention of Comey or the controversy his dismissal on Tuesday caused.

Author: 0 LA County looks at planning for possible Obamacare repeal

With 62 senators , including 20 Republicans, coming from states that have expanded Medicaid under the Affordable Care Act, the House's American Health Care Act nearly certainly can not pass the Senate. One thing we know: If businesses do stop offering health insurance, the plans available in the market are likely to pay less, cost more, and therefore shift more of the costs onto working people.

Author: 0 Latest North Korea missile test represents significant advance

Russian President Vladimir Putin, speaking in China, condemned North Korea's latest missile launch as "dangerous" but cautioned against "intimidating" the country. The missile flew 787 km (489 miles) on a trajectory reaching an altitude of 2,111.5 km (1,312 miles), KCNA said. The North is banned from testing missiles using ballistic technology under multiple UNSC resolutions that have been adopted since 2006.

Author: 0 EC convenes all-party meet over EVM issue May 12

The party has blamed that EVMs were tampered during the polls, which led to the party's debacle. Previously the Aam Aadmi Party (AAP), during a special session of the Delhi Assembly, conducted a live demonstration on how EVMs can be tampered with.

Global President Trump says he had right to share information with Russian Federation
Author: 0 President Trump says he had right to share information with Russian Federation

One day after officials declared that reports about Trump's discussions with the Russians were false, National Security Adviser H.R. McMaster said the president had been engaging in "routine sharing of information" with foreign leaders. "It wouldn't likely stop partners from sharing life-saving intelligence with the Americans, but it could impact the trust that has been built, particularly if sharing such information exposes specific intelligence gathering methods", said the official, who ...

Author: 0 'India's objections to China's OBOR forum a show for domestic politics'

Xi made the remarks when meeting with Italian Prime Minister Paolo Gentiloni after the two-day Belt and Road Forum for International Cooperation ended on Monday in Beijing . Mr Xi reiterated that the initiative is an "open and inclusive platform for development", adding: "We will not base cooperation on ideological ground, nor will we pursue any political agenda or make any exclusive arrangement".

Global United Nations condemns North Korea missile test
Author: 0 United Nations condemns North Korea missile test

Analysts said the test suggested an actual range of 4,500 kilometres (2,800 miles) or more if flown for maximum distance. North Korea said it was a test of the abilities of a "newly developed ballistic rocket". Aside from Pyongyang's space launches, Jeffrey Lewis of the Middlebury Institute of International Studies in the U.S. told AFP: "This is the longest-range missile North Korea has ever tested".

Author: 0 Head of Daesh in Afghanistan killed by US, Afghan forces

The role of USA -led coalition forces in the latest phase of the offensive was not immediately clear. The US forces based in Afghanistan are also providing support to the Afghan forces during the operations, mainly involving airstrikes. Pakistan, Iran, and Russian Federation do not enjoy the best of relations with the United States, before or after President Donald Trump was inaugurated as the new commander-in-chief.

Global Dave Chappelle regrets saying we should give Donald Trump a chance
Author: 0 Dave Chappelle regrets saying we should give Donald Trump a chance

Remember that time Dave Chappelle said he was going to give Donald Trump a chance? Well, after more than 100 disastrous days in office, Trump has done nearly exactly what everyone feared he would do. "We, the historically disenfranchised, demand that he give us one, too". The comedian is notoriously shy around cameras, he rarely appears on late night shows and for nearly a decade, he completely disappeared from the spotlight.

Global Donald Trump says he has 'right to share facts with Russia'
Author: 0 Donald Trump says he has 'right to share facts with Russia'

Rosenstein. As Trump prepares for his first foreign trip for the Middle East and Europe, lawmakers from both parties demanded a full accounting of the conversation with the Russian diplomats that some feared could lead to exposure of confidential informants helping US intelligence officials counter the Islamic State.

Author: 0 White House delegation in Seoul to discuss Trump-Moon summit Updated

President Donald Trump who, among other things, has said military action against the North was an option under consideration". The announcement was made after Chung Eui Yong, head of the foreign affairs and security team in the newly inaugurated South Korean government, met Matt Pottinger, senior director for East Asia at the U.S.

Global Senate intelligence committee seeks information on Trump's meeting with Russians
Author: 0 Senate intelligence committee seeks information on Trump's meeting with Russians

Bob Corker of Tennessee, said the White House is "in a downward spiral right now". He did not deny discussing classified information. "Trump's tweets tried to explain away the news, which emerged late Monday, that he had shared sensitive, "code-word" information with the Russian foreign minister and ambassador during a White House meeting last week, a disclosure that intelligence officials warned could jeopardise a crucial intelligence source on the Islamic State", the daily said.

Global White House aides reel from another self-inflicted crisis
Author: 0 White House aides reel from another self-inflicted crisis

The Journal story comes as Defense One reports that Gulf leaders are embracing Donald Trump, who has been accused in the past of taking actions that would strain the peace process. A second European official told the AP that their country might stop sharing intelligence with the United States as a result of Trump's disclosure to Russian Federation.

Author: 0 Iran reformist drops out of election, supports Rouhani

The election will be held Friday. Qalibaf's dropping out may serve to get him more votes in his challenge to Rouhani. All Iranian presidents have won re-election since 1981 and Rouhani remains the favourite. Raisi has been campaigning on that, proposing populist cash payments for the poor that have proven popular in the country in the past under Ahmadinejad .

Global Singapore airport terminal to reopen hours after rare closure
Author: 0 Singapore airport terminal to reopen hours after rare closure

The Singapore Civil Defence Force (SCDF) successfully extinguished the fire and later posted the incident on their official Facebook page confirming that the fire was rather small and has been controlled and extinguished by them. Some passengers who were evacuated told Channel NewsAsia that they were directed to shuttle buses which would take them to Terminal 3 for their flight out.

Global US President Donald Trump claims 'absolute right' to share info with Russian Federation
Author: 0 US President Donald Trump claims 'absolute right' to share info with Russian Federation

The Kremlin dismissed the reports of Trump's actions as "complete nonsense". Mr McMaster also revealed that Mr Trump chose to declassify the information "in the context of the conversation" with Russian officials, not beforehand. The Post reported that Thomas Bossert, assistant to the President for homeland security and counterterrorism, called those agencies to try to contain the damage of Trump's revelations.

Global 'Absolute right' to Russian sharing
Author: 0 'Absolute right' to Russian sharing

Trump greeted Recep Tayyip Erdogan at the entrance to the West Wing with a handshake and small talk out of range of reporters. He said he would have more to say when he knows more about the news report . Or, as Bob Corker, the usually reticent Republican chairman of the Senate Foreign Relations Committee, said last night of the Trump regime: "Obviously they're in a downward spiral".

Author: 0 Jeremy Corbyn sets out Labour manifesto promising a 'better future'

The latest YouGov survey on which way people are likely to vote on June 8 shows that the Tories are now more popular in almost every region of the United Kingdom than they were in the 2015 general election. Its measures include increased tax rates of 45p for those earning more than £80,000 and 50p for those earning more than £123,000, as well as an " excessive pay levy " on salaries of more than £330,000.

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