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Senate Widens Scope of Trump-Russia Probe

Senate Widens Scope of Trump-Russia ProbeCongressman Jim Himes discusses another night of blockbuster news on the Trump-Russia investigation and the scope of the investigation into the Donald Trump campaign.



Trump exalts ?great win? for candidate charged with assault

Trump exalts ?great win? for candidate charged with assaultNo other leader at the G-7 meeting mentioned Thursday?s GOP victory in Montana, so President Trump praised it himself.



Fitbit Unravels Man?s Story About Wife?s Murder

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The Latest: Alabama raced clock to execute inmate

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Sputnik's White House correspondent quits, claiming they would rather have 'propagandists' than 'real journalists'

Sputnik's White House correspondent quits, claiming they would rather have 'propagandists' than 'real journalists'Sputnik?s White House correspondent, Andrew Feinberg, has quit the Russian-state news organisation, claiming they would rather have ?propagandists? than ?real journalists?. Mr Feinberg, has taken to social media to give full details about his reasoning for resigning and has claimed he was forced to chase stories that were contrary to the facts on the ground. ?Seems Sputnik isn't happy with real journalists.



TSA Is Testing a Change That Could Make Airport Security Even Slower

TSA Is Testing a Change That Could Make Airport Security Even SlowerTravelers at some U.S. airports are being asked to place electronic devices bigger than a cellphone in separate bins.



Melania Trump Takes the World Stage

Melania Trump Takes the World StageFrom turning heads in a Dolce and Gabbana coat to joking with the Pope, here?s a look at some of Melania Trump?s most memorable moments on her first trip overseas as the First Lady.



Iraq forces launch broad attack on IS holdouts in Mosul

Iraq forces launch broad attack on IS holdouts in MosulIraqi forces have launched a broad assault on parts of battleground second city Mosul still held by the Islamic State group, the military announced on Saturday. The offensive is the latest push in the more than seven-month battle to retake Mosul, a linchpin in IS's now crumbling attempt to establish a cross-border jihadist "state". Multiple security forces units are attacking "what remains of the unliberated areas" on the west bank of the River Tigris, the Joint Operations Command said in a statement.



Texas teacher laughs as she hands out ?most likely to become a terrorist? award to 7th-grader

Texas teacher laughs as she hands out ?most likely to become a terrorist? award to 7th-graderDuring an end-of-the-year awards ceremony at Anthony Aguirre Junior High in Channelview, Tex., a teacher gave Lizeth Villanueva an award for ?most likely to become a terrorist.? The seventh-grade student?s mom is going great lengths to make sure the teacher gets fired.



G7 leaders divided on climate change, closer on trade issues

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