'Close to Treason? DHS Sec. Kelly Calls Out Intel Leaks
Homeland Security Sec. John Kelly tells Chuck Todd on Meet the Press that it?s ?totally unacceptable? for intelligence to be leaked, after details of the U.K.'s investigation into the Manchester bombing were published by American news outlets.
Jared Kushner 'may have to take a leave of absence' from the White House following Russia revelation
As the White House scrambles to deal with the fallout from the latest revelations about contact between Donald Trump?s campaign team and Russia, there is said to be mounting that talk that his favoured advisor, Jared Kushner, may have to take a leave of absence. Mr Trump returned to Washington after a nine-day overseas tour and immediately went on the offensive, saying the leaks coming out of his administration were ?fabricated lies? invented by the media. NEW: @jonkarl: People close to the president are saying it might be time for Jared Kushner to take a leave of absence from the White House.
Man arrested after sheriff's deputy, 7 others shot in Mississippi
A Mississippi man went on a shooting spree overnight, killing a sheriff's deputy and seven other people in three separate locations in rural Lincoln County before the suspect was taken into custody by police, authorities said on Sunday. Willie Corey Godbolt, 35, was arrested and was being treated in a hospital for a gunshot wound, according to Warren Strain, a spokesman for the Mississippi Department of Public Safety. The sheriff's deputy, identified as William Durr, was fatally shot after responding to an emergency call regarding a domestic dispute late on Saturday night at a house in Bogue Chitto, a small community about 69 miles south of Jackson, the state capital.
UK police show photo of concert bomber, ask public for info
MANCHESTER, England (AP) ? British police on Saturday released surveillance-camera images of the Manchester concert bomber on the night of the attack as they appealed for more information about his final days.
Some 10,000 migrants rescued off Libya coast in 4 days
More than 3,400 migrants were rescued off the coast of Libya on Friday, bringing to about 10,000 the total number rescued over four days, according to Libyan and Italian officials. On Friday, more than 1,200 migrants were rescued by Libyan ships and taken to Tripoli or Zawiya, about 50 kilometres (31 miles) west, while the Italian coastguard and commercial boats rescued 2,200 others and took them to Italy. Migrants were still disembarking in southern Italy on Saturday.
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Mortuary chief: John Glenn's remains weren't disrespected
DOVER, Del. (AP) ? As Air Force officials investigate allegations that inspectors were invited to view the remains of astronaut and former U.S. Sen. John Glenn at Dover Air Force Base, a military mortuary chief said that Glenn's remains were treated with "impeccable care."
Montana assault breeds 'frightening' talk of violence against journalists
Greg Gianforte celebrates with supporters after being declared the winner in Montana?s special House election Thursday in Bozeman, Montana. The Guardian has received a steady stream of correspondence from across the US in the wake of this week?s news of a Guardian reporter being body-slammed by Greg Gianforte, the Republican candidate who then went on to win the state?s only House seat. Some of the emails expressed horror and shame over the assault on Ben Jacobs in which he was thrown to the ground and punched.
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