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GOP intelligence panel chair: Flynn did U.S. a ?big favor?

GOP intelligence panel chair: Flynn did U.S. a ?big favor?House Intelligence Committee chair Rep. Devin Nunes, R-Calif., said today that Lt. Gen. Michael Flynn, the national security adviser fired by President Trump, may have done the country a ?big favor? if he signaled to the Russian ambassador that sanctions imposed by President Barack Obama after the Russian cyberattack on Democratic Party officials would be lifted once President Trump took office. The comments by Nunes, a vocal defender of the Trump White House, seemed to be the strongest indication to date that Flynn may have sought to undercut Obama?s actions, giving private assurances to Russia?s ambassador to the United States, Sergey Kislyak, that punitive measures just imposed by the then-president would go away under Trump.



Ferrari Salesman Blows Whistle, Says Ferrari Condones Odometer Rollback Device

Ferrari Salesman Blows Whistle, Says Ferrari Condones Odometer Rollback DeviceAccording the the lawsuit, dealerships rolled back mileage to allow for inflated resale value?and it could only be done with Ferraris blessing.



?We will never forget him?: Trump addresses widow of slain SEAL as doubts linger over mission

?We will never forget him?: Trump addresses widow of slain SEAL as doubts linger over missionAs debate continues to swirl over the mission?s results, President Trump?s acknowledgment of a fallen soldier?s wife was the most emotional moment of his first congressional address. Carryn Owens, whose husband, Navy SEAL William ?Ryan? Owens, was killed in a Yemen raid last month, was moved to tears as Trump praised her husband?s sacrifice. ?Ryan died as he lived,? said Trump.



Ex-CIA spy freed in Portugal, avoids extradition over kidnapping

Ex-CIA spy freed in Portugal, avoids extradition over kidnappingBy Andrei Khalip and Jonathan Landay LISBON (Reuters) - A former CIA officer convicted of involvement in the 2003 kidnapping of an Egyptian cleric in Italy was released by authorities in Lisbon, Portugal on Wednesday after winning a last-minute reprieve from extradition. Sabrina de Sousa, a dual U.S.-Portuguese citizen, was waiting at Lisbon airport to be flown to Italy early on Wednesday when word came she was to be released, after Italy's president granted her a partial pardon. "I'm happy with how this worked out here after two years of having this troubling my mind," a smiling de Sousa told reporters as she left the Judiciary Police headquarters.



Two hurt in police gun accident at Hollande event

Two hurt in police gun accident at Hollande eventA policeman providing security for Francois Hollande accidentally fired his gun as the French president was giving a speech, injuring two people in the VIP area of the crowd, an official said. "It was an accidental shot by a police officer which injured two waiters, or at least one waiter and an (event) employee. The injuries aren't life threatening," local government chief Pierre N'Gahane said.



Takata pleads guilty in air bag scandal, agrees to pay $1B

Takata pleads guilty in air bag scandal, agrees to pay $1BDETROIT (AP) ? Japanese auto parts maker Takata Corp. pleaded guilty to fraud Monday and agreed to pay $1 billion in penalties for concealing an air bag defect blamed for at least 16 deaths, most of them in the U.S.



Recap: President Trump?s address to Congress

Recap: President Trump?s address to CongressOn Tuesday night, President Trump gave his first address to a joint session of Congress, and the Democrats issued their response from former Kentucky Gov. Steve Beshear. Follow along for analysis of the speech and post-address commentary from Yahoo Global News Anchor Katie Couric and Yahoo News National Political Columnist Matt Bai.



Saudi king signs range of deals in Indonesia at start of visit

Saudi king signs range of deals in Indonesia at start of visitBy Darren Whiteside BOGOR, Indonesia (Reuters) - Saudi Arabia's King Salman held talks with Indonesia's president on Wednesday and signed a range of cooperation agreements at the beginning of a 12-day visit to the world's largest Muslim-majority country. The royal visit is the first by a Saudi monarch in nearly five decades. The leaders oversaw, among 11 pacts, the signing of agreements to take down trade barriers and a new agreement between state energy companies Saudi Aramco and Pertamina, building on an existing $6 billion plan to expand Indonesia's biggest refinery.



Victim quits pope's abuse panel, slams 'shameful' Vatican

Victim quits pope's abuse panel, slams 'shameful' VaticanMarie Collins, an Irish survivor of clerical sex abuse, resigned Wednesday from Pope Francis's child protection panel, accusing senior Vatican officials of "shameful" blocking of reforms approved by the pontiff. The 70-year-old, who was raped by a hospital chaplain at 13, explained her decision in an article for the National Catholic Reporter (NCR). Collins's departure leaves the Pontifical Commission on the Protection of Minors with no abuse survivors working for it.



Trump team drops challenge to Texas voter ID law

Trump team drops challenge to Texas voter ID lawThe Trump Administration on Monday moved to abandon the effort, begun by the Obama administration and civil rights advocates more than three years ago, to prove that the nation?s strictest voter ID law is unconstitutional.