'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.
AP Explains: Who are Egypt's Coptic Christians?
CAIRO (AP) ? Egypt's Coptic Orthodox Church is enduring a dark chapter in its history with the community increasingly victimized by attacks from Islamic militants, including Friday's attack by gunmen on a bus transporting Copts to a monastery south of Cairo, leaving 29 dead.
2 Men Charged After Allegedly Forcing An Alligator to Drink Beer And Then Posting Snapchat Videos of It
Islamist militants kill 19 in south Philippines: army
Islamist militants locked in street-to-street battles with security forces in a southern Philippine city have killed 19 civilians, the military said Sunday, bringing the official death toll from nearly a week of fighting to at least 85. The violence prompted President Rodrigo Duterte to declare martial law on Tuesday across the southern third of the Philippines to quell what he said was a fast-growing threat of militants linked to the Islamic State (IS) group.
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Japan will take steps with U.S. to deter North Korea: PM Abe
TOKYO (Reuters) - Japan's Prime Minister Shinzo Abe on Monday condemned North Korea's latest missile launch and vowed action along with other nations to deter Pyongyang's repeated provocations. "As we agreed at the recent G7, the issue of North Korea is a top priority for the international community," Abe told reporters in brief televised remarks. "Working with the United States, we will take specific action to deter North Korea." Abe said Japan will make utmost efforts to protect its people, while staying in close touch with South Korea and other countries. ...
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