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U.S. intelligence chief Coats sidesteps questions on Trump, Russians and Israel

U.S. intelligence chief Coats sidesteps questions on Trump, Russians and IsraelDirector of National Intelligence Dan Coats declined to confirm or deny news reports that President Trump reached out directly to him in an effort to undermine an FBI investigation.



Clinton Calls Trump Budget an 'Unimaginable Level of Cruelty'

Clinton Calls Trump Budget an 'Unimaginable Level of Cruelty'Hillary Clinton slammed President Trump?s federal budget plan while giving a speech at the Children?s Health Fund Annual Benefit.



Republicans and Democrats dismiss Trump?s budget as ?dead on arrival?

Republicans and Democrats dismiss Trump?s budget as ?dead on arrival?The White House budget director began making his case for the 2018 budget Tuesday, but it met initial skepticism from members of both parties.



Fear and disbelief at Manchester bomber's mosque

Fear and disbelief at Manchester bomber's mosqueWorshippers at the mosque that the Manchester suicide bomber is believed to have frequented reacted with disbelief on Wednesday and pointed the finger at online radicalisation. Elders at the Didsbury mosque, a Victorian former Methodist chapel, also voiced concern about reports of Islamophobic attacks since the bombing at a pop concert which killed 22 people. "The horrific atrocity that occurred in Manchester on Monday night shocked us all.



President Trump?s first trip abroad

President Trump?s first trip abroadIn contrast to George W. Bush and Obama, President Trump?s first overseas trip is a highly ambitious venture. Here's a look at some of the highlights.



'Terrorism Is Aimed at the People Watching'

'Terrorism Is Aimed at the People Watching'When an explosion killed 22 people at a concert in Manchester, England, late Monday, media organizations across the English speaking world rushed to break the news.



Teen Girl Throws Herself In River For 'Blue Whale' Suicide Challenge

Teen Girl Throws Herself In River For 'Blue Whale' Suicide ChallengeThe girl reportedly jumped into a turbulent river to complete a suicide challenge referred to ?Blue Whale.?



Sheriff: $500M in poppy plants seized in North Carolina

Sheriff: $500M in poppy plants seized in North CarolinaCLAREMONT, N.C. (AP) ? A field of poppy plants that could be used to make opium was discovered in North Carolina and had an estimated value of $500 million, a sheriff says.



Killer whales charge toward blue whale off California coast

Killer whales charge toward blue whale off California coastA pod of killer whales appears to charge at blue whale off the coast of Monterey, California, in a rare encounter captured by a drone camera on May 18.



Massive slide buries stretch of iconic California highway

Massive slide buries stretch of iconic California highwayA massive rockslide has buried a stretch of California's iconic seaside Highway 1 which had already been hit by a number of road closures caused by severe winter storms, state transportation officials said Tuesday. The slide on one of America's most picturesque highways took place on Saturday morning in a remote and largely uninhabited area known as Mud Creek. The road in that section of the highway had already been shut down before a million tons of earth came tumbling down from a hillside, burying a 1,500-foot (nearly half a kilometer) section of the highway, said Jim Shivers, a spokesman for the state's transportation agency.