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House Oversight Committee Chairman Trey Gowdy (R-SC) said Sunday that President Donald Trump's top advisers should consider resigning if he doesn't follow their advice on Russian Federation. President Donald Trump is back on Twitter, and he has a new yarn to spin. "Maybe there will be other worldwide events which Trump and Putin will take part in".
  • Ivanka Trump's clothing company shutting down

    Ivanka Trump's clothing company shutting down

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    Senior White House adviser Ivanka Trump is shutting down her eponymous fashion line. Ivanka Trump is closing her fashion company, saying her commitments in helping her father in Washington - and the limits imposed on her business as a result - have left her with no other option.
  • Netanyahu praises Trump for standing up to Iran’s Ayatollah

    Netanyahu praises Trump for standing up to Iran’s Ayatollah

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    On Saturday, Canada said it was working with the United Kingdom and Germany to "ensure the safety of the White Helmets and their families". "The White Helmets have saved over 115,000 lives during the Syrian conflict, at great risk to their own", Jeremy Hunt, the British foreign secretary, and Penny Mordaunt, the U.K.'s global development secretary said in a joint statement .
  • Bike-riding suspect trailed George H.W. Bush's doctor before murder

    Bike-riding suspect trailed George H.W. Bush's doctor before murder

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    Houston police are circulating new photos showing a bicycle rider with a fully loaded backpack who they believe shot and killed a prominent cardiologist. Mark Hausknecht . The doctor's wife, Dr. Georgia Hsieh, said his murder was "senseless" and called on the public to rally for stricter gun laws. HPD released a composite sketch of the man they believe to be the shooter on Saturday.
  • Afghan strongman escapes as Kabul bomb blast kills 14

    Afghan strongman escapes as Kabul bomb blast kills 14

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    General Danish said the victims included both civilians and military forces. The Islamic States of Iraq and Syria's (ISIS) local affiliate claimed responsibility for the attack on its Amaaq News Agency website, claiming it had killed and wounded over 115 people.
  • Kuwait Instagram star Sondos Al Qattan slammed for Filipino maid video

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    Since making her controversial comments, Qattan has since deleted the clip, and been dropped by three worldwide brands who sponsor the Kuwaiti social media figure. What caused her to comment in the first place? Alqattan was reacting to comments from netizens after she was shown in a video saying, "I don't want a Filipino maid anymore".
  • Federal Bureau of Investigation has secret tape of Trump talking payment to model

    Federal Bureau of Investigation has secret tape of Trump talking payment to model

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    He speculated that the Federal Bureau of Investigation was attempting to pressure Cohen to turn against Trump, and he criticized the ACLU for abandoning the civil rights of the president for what he said were political reasons. New York, where the taping reportedly took place, legally requires only one person's consent for such a recording. On Friday evening, shortly after the news broke, Trump tried to reignite a controversy he had previously stoked over NFL players kneeling in protest ...
  • Volunteers searching for missing University of Iowa student

    Volunteers searching for missing University of Iowa student

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    Now, misinformation about what happened is complicating the search . This includes her height, age and misspelling her middle and last name. She babysat for a number of Brooklyn families in high school and involved herself with the local Catholic church, Calderwood said .
  • MIDDLE EAST ON EDGE: Jerusalem Shoots Down SYRIAN Warplane Over Israel

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    The Israeli military said it monitored the advance of the Syrian Sukhoi fighter jet and shot it down with a pair of Patriot missiles after it penetrated Israeli airspace by about 1.2 miles. It's the first downing of a Syrian jet since a U.S. Navy F-18 Super Hornet shot one down over Syria in June 2017 after the Syrian plane fired on U.S.
  • Trump 'Looking Into' Revoking Security Clearances Of Former Officials Critical Of Him

    Trump 'Looking Into' Revoking Security Clearances Of Former Officials Critical Of Him

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    The threat against Brennan and former senior US officials James Comey , James Clapper , Michael Hayden , Susan Rice and Andrew McCabe represented an extraordinary politicization of the USA government's security clearance process. "I think this is just a very, very petty - a petty thing to do ". "This is a kind of petty way of retribution I suppose for speaking out against the president", Clapper said.
  • United Kingdom top diplomat warns no Brexit deal 'now a very real risk'

    United Kingdom top diplomat warns no Brexit deal 'now a very real risk'

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    Defending the Prime Minister's controversial deal on withdrawal aims, Mr Raab insisted that he wanted to persuade voters and Cabinet colleagues that it is the way forward. The White Paper proposes close ties in some areas, such as the trade in goods, but Mrs May says it will end free movement and the jurisdiction of the European Court, and allow the United Kingdom to strike trade deals with other nations.
  • Iran warns of

    Iran warns of "countermeasures" in volley of threats with Trump

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    The latest flare-up between American and Iran's presidents follows a speech by US Secretary of State Mike Pompeo on Sunday calling Iranian leaders a " mafia ". "The reality is he's such an erratic President that you could see him dropping bombs on Iran or you could see him trying to build hotels in Iran", said Karim Sadjadpour, an Iran expert at the Carnegie Endowment.
  • Israel shoots down Syrian fighter near Golan Heights

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    A Syrian military source confirmed that Israel had fired at one of its warplanes but said the fighter jet had been carrying out operations against jihadists over Syrian territory. Israel has been on high alert since June 19, when Syrian government forces launched the Russia-backed offensive to retake Quneitra and Daraa and provinces, adjacent respectively to the Israeli-held section of the Golan and to Jordan.