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It's spot-on, actually. To make things even more humiliating for the opposition media, it was the Mueller investigation, which has looked into whether the Trump campaign colluded with the Kremlin during the 2016 election for almost two years, who said the BuzzFeed story was inaccurate.
  • Anti-Trump Women's March in D.C.

    Anti-Trump Women's March in D.C.

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    The inaugural marches sprang up as a response to President Donald Trump's January 2017 inauguration and drew millions of marchers across the US and around the world. "There's a level of accountability that we need to hold white establishment men to if we're going to hold Tamika Mallory to that standard", Wash said.
  • Chicago Policemen Acquitted Of Alleged Coverup In Teen Shooting

    Chicago Policemen Acquitted Of Alleged Coverup In Teen Shooting

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    Activists immediately called the sentence a travesty. The three charged officers had opted to forgo a jury trial in favor of letting the judge weigh the evidence. The former officer's lawyers have asked for probation , the minimum punishment in IL for second-degree murder. He argued that McDonald had lunged at him with the knife, a claim that was easily refuted by the video evidence.
  • Mueller not ready for Trump aide's sentencing

    Mueller not ready for Trump aide's sentencing

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    United States intelligence chiefs concluded that the Russian interference operation was ordered by Vladimir Putin to benefit Trump's campaign and harm Hillary Clinton, his Democratic opponent. Newly released documents from Mueller's office reveal the extent of those alleged lies . Manafort's attorneys deny that he intentionally lied. Prosecutors on Tuesday cited a May 26, 2018, text to Manafort by someone with apparent access to President Donald Trump , who is referred to as POTUS.
  • Russia says it caught former US marine accused of spying red-handed

    Russia says it caught former US marine accused of spying red-handed

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    Lavrov accused American media of "lowering their journalistic standards" in coverage of the issue and denounced US lawmakers for challenging Trump's right to conduct foreign policy. He also criticised Washington for its intention to opt out of a key nuclear pact over alleged Russian violations. Washington has threatened to withdraw from the 1987 accord, accusing Moscow of violating the Treaty, which bans the two sides from deploying short- and intermediate-range, land-based missiles in ...
  • Congress to probe report that Trump directed lawyer to lie

    Congress to probe report that Trump directed lawyer to lie

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    The account, created in May 2016 and run by a female friend of Mr. Gauger, described Mr. Cohen as a "sex symbol", praised his looks and character, and promoted his appearances and statements boosting Mr. Throughout the campaign, Trump denied having business interests in Russian Federation, as he was reportedly working to put a tower in Moscow, a plan that could have brought his company $300 million, and put Vladimir Putin in the building's $50 million penthouse.
  • House OKs bill to reopen USA gov’t through February 8

    House OKs bill to reopen USA gov’t through February 8

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    Nancy Pelosi has made it clear that she has a conservative approach towards Trump. Sen. Tim Kaine, Virginia Democrat, said it would be "odd" for the president to deliver the speech during a shutdown . A bipartisan group of senators plan to send a letter to President Donald Trump requesting for a temporary reopening of the government in exchange for serious debate of the president's desired border protections, Politico reports .
  • South Korea stops calling North 'main enemy'

    South Korea stops calling North 'main enemy'

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    A diplomatic source in Washington said the goal of Suh's visit "was to hold discussions with USA intelligence officials". It was flown to Pyongyang and delivered by hand, the CNN reported , quoting a source familiar with the ongoing talks between Washington and Pyongyang on denuclearisation of the Korean Peninsula.
  • Trump's move to ease Russian Federation sanctions survives Senate vote

    Trump's move to ease Russian Federation sanctions survives Senate vote

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    The House of Representatives will vote on a similar measure Thursday. Democrats in both chambers have slammed the Treasury Department for its plan to lift sanctions on three companies tied to Deripaska: Rusal, the world's second-largest aluminum producer, its holding company EN+ Group and EN+ Group subsidiary JSC EuroSibEnergo.
  • Trump announces ambitious new missile defense plan

    Trump announces ambitious new missile defense plan

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    The systems are also aimed at protecting against existing threats from Iran and North Korea . President Trump also said America must recognize space is a new war fighting domain and create a space-based missile defense system. The strategy will encourage prototypes for promising new technologies to be evaluated outside the standard acquisition process to increase speed. "The U.S.
  • Kirsten Gillibrand takes major step toward White House run

    Kirsten Gillibrand takes major step toward White House run

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    Senator Gillibrand plans to travel to the lead-off caucus state of Iowa later this week. Gillibrand would join a Democratic presidential field beginning to take shape. She has built a reputation in the Senate for standing up for victims of sexual violence . In a December interview with CNN's Van Jones , she spoke out against White House's policy of separating migrant children from their parents and said that the president's "nasty language" wouldn't scare her away from a presidential bid.
  • William Barr Says 'Straight Shooter' Mueller Wouldn't Lead A 'Witch Hunt'

    William Barr Says 'Straight Shooter' Mueller Wouldn't Lead A 'Witch Hunt'

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    Former DOJ spokesperson under Attorney General Eric Holder, and frequent MSNBC Justice and Security Analyst Matthew Miller says Barr would be "breaking precedent" to not recuse. "The memo did not address - or in any way question - the Special Counsel's core investigation into Russian interference in the 2016 election", Barr added.
  • Plane crashes at Fath Airport in Karaj near Tehran

    Plane crashes at Fath Airport in Karaj near Tehran

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    Some buildings have been damaged. The plane was carrying meat from Bishkek in Kyrgyzstan when it crashed near the capital Tehran , an army spokesman told state TV, adding that only the flight engineer survived. First responders recovered the bodies of seven crash victims. There were a total of 16 people on board the aircraft, according to reports. Yet a spokeswoman for Kyrgyzstan's Manas airport said the plane belonged to Iran's Payam Air, Reuters reported.
  • Former Trump Lawyer Responds To Report Of FBI Counterintelligence Probe

    Former Trump Lawyer Responds To Report Of FBI Counterintelligence Probe

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    Trump was working for the Russians . Speaking with the press on Monday, Trump was more definitive, telling one reporter: "I never worked for Russian Federation". The Washington Post also reported that Trump had concealed details of his conversations with Putin, including an instance in 2017 when the president took the notes of his interpreter and instructed him not to discuss the meeting.
  • Brazil says it recognizes Venezuelan opposition leader as president

    Brazil says it recognizes Venezuelan opposition leader as president

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    Venezuela's sidelined opposition-controlled parliament called Friday for a mass protest against President Nicolas Maduro in a bid to oust the socialist leader in favor of "a transitional government". The head of the Organization of American States, Secretary-General Luis Almagro, responded quickly, sending out a tweet recognizing Guaido as Venezuela's interim president.