• Mueller says Manafort tried to tamper with witnesses, hide evidence
Mueller says Manafort tried to tamper with witnesses, hide evidence

Mueller III, said that Mr. Manafort tried to contact witnesses by phone and through an encrypted messaging program. "He had long-standing ties to Russia-backed politicians", DOJ attorney Michael Dreeben said about Manafort during a hearing connected to special counsel Robert Mueller's Russian Federation investigation.

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  • Some Breast Cancer Patients Can Skip Chemo Thanks To New Genetic Insight
Some Breast Cancer Patients Can Skip Chemo Thanks To New Genetic Insight

In the all-hands effort to harness the powers of the immune system to fight cancer, scientists have reported that a new approach has eliminated all evidence of advanced-stage breast cancer in a 49-year-old woman who had run out of treatment options.

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  • Lava from Hawaii volcano covers 8 square miles
Lava from Hawaii volcano covers 8 square miles

About a dozen people remain in the area, but it is not clear whether they are in neighbourhoods that are immediately threatened by lava, officials said. A stream of lava as wide as three football fields flowed over a highway near a key junction on the outskirts of Kapoho, a seaside community of private homes and vacation rentals rebuilt after a des...

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  • 'Volcano of Fire' Sends River of Lava Into Villages
'Volcano of Fire' Sends River of Lava Into Villages

The 3,763-meter (12,346-foot) volcano erupted early Sunday, spewing out towering plumes of ash and a hail of fiery rock fragments with scalding mud . Farmers covered in ash fled for their lives as civil defense staffers tried to relocate them to shelters during the event. Jorge Luis Altuve, part of Guatemala's mountain rescue brigade, told the...

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  • Footage Shows Moment When First Saudi Woman Receives Driver's License
Footage Shows Moment When First Saudi Woman Receives Driver's License

Jeddah - Women from Wales, Canada and the United States have been selected as part of a global team to train the first female driving instructors in Saudi Arabia , Al Arabiya English reported quoting BBC . In preparation for the lifting of the ban, Saudi Arabia last week passed a landmark law to criminalise sexual harassment, introducing a pr...

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  • Trump’s campaign manager Paul Manafort 'TAMPERED' with potential witnesses
Trump’s campaign manager Paul Manafort 'TAMPERED' with potential witnesses

In court documents, prosecutors working for the special counsel, Robert S. Mueller III, said that Mr. Manafort tried to contact witnesses by phone and through an encrypted messaging program. He has pleaded not guilty. Tampering with a witness is a crime in itself - and it's one Manafort has not yet been charged with. Another message said, "We s...

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  • Philippines' Rodrigo Duterte stirs controversy by kissing woman on lips
Philippines' Rodrigo Duterte stirs controversy by kissing woman on lips

Duterte was reportedly in South Korea for a series of meetings with South Korean President Moon Jae-in to boost cooperation in the fields of transportation, economics, and trade, renewable energy, technology, and infrastructure. According to Gabriela, Duterte's kiss was supposedly meant to "divert the people from the real and pressing issues of the...

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  • Khamenei says Iran set to boost enrichment capacity if nuclear deal founders
Khamenei says Iran set to boost enrichment capacity if nuclear deal founders

Last month, in its first report since the US withdrawal from the 2015 nuclear deal that Israel also opposes, the IAEA said that Iran continues to stay below the maximum level to which it allowed to enrich uranium and appears to be fulfilling other obligations.

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  • Trump says he has 'absolute right' to pardon himself
Trump says he has 'absolute right' to pardon himself

Mueller has requested an interview with Trump , but while the president has said he would be willing to sit down with the special counsel, his legal team has advised against it. Trump's legal team used the argument to assert that the president has the authority to deny a subpoena against him to testify before the special counsel, a bold claim th...

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  • Korea's minister counters doubts about nuclear talks with N. Korea
Korea's minister counters doubts about nuclear talks with N. Korea

Japanese Defense Minister Itsunori Onodera told reporters after the meeting with Mattis and South Korean counterpart Song Young-moo that the nations agreed "it is very important for North Korea to take concrete actions in a ideal and irreversible way".

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  • Congressional candidate boasts about being a pedophile, raping wife
Congressional candidate boasts about being a pedophile, raping wife

Larson said when questioned about the posts . People prefer to have an outsider who has nothing to lose and who is willing to say out loud what people just think. Nathan Larson is an accountant from Charlottesville , Virginia . Larson told the Huffington Post he is not as anxious about his run for Congress as he is about his sites being...

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  • Woman shot husband dead because he had been beating their cat
Woman shot husband dead because he had been beating their cat

The shooting happened around 6:45 p.m, at a home in the 13000 block of Falls Manor Drive . When officers arrived, Mary Harrison met with police and told them she and her husband had been arguing. The victim was reportedly transported to an area hospital where he died shortly after his arrival, as reported by KXAS . Neighbours said the fam...

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  • Teacher who fed puppy to turtle charged with animal cruelty
Teacher who fed puppy to turtle charged with animal cruelty

Now, he's being charged with animal cruelty and faces some pretty serious consequences. "A local animal activist reported the incident to police, leading to the launch of an investigation". The puppy that was thrown into the tank was apparently "sick", but it was still alive when it met its grim demise. "[The students] saw the physical state ...

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  • Trump Should Focus On China, Not Fighting Trade Wars With Allies
Trump Should Focus On China, Not Fighting Trade Wars With Allies

Kudlow said steel and aluminum tariffs on US allies "may go on for a while" or "they may not", because the matter is subject to negotiation. President Trump's top economic adviser said Sunday that Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau is "overreacting" to new US tariffs on steel and aluminum imports from Canada .

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  • Bill Clinton bristles at questions on Lewinsky, #MeToo
Bill Clinton bristles at questions on Lewinsky, #MeToo

MSNBC's "Morning Joe" slammed former President Bill Clinton Monday for his recent interview where he said he never personally apologized to Monica Lewinsky over their affair and the subsequent scandal that rocked the country. The former United States president, who was promoting a new book, told U.S. television: "I dealt with it 20 years ...

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  • Seven killed as gathering condemning violence targeted in Kabul
Seven killed as gathering condemning violence targeted in Kabul

The attacker detonated outside the tent, known as the Loya Jirga tent, or "grand council" in Pashto, where gatherings of top clerics and government officials are often held, Stanikzai said. In February, Afghan President Ashraf Ghani offered to allow the Taliban to establish itself as a political party and said he would work to remove sanctions on...

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  • Canada's Trudeau: NAFTA Talks Stalled After Pence Ultimatum
Canada's Trudeau: NAFTA Talks Stalled After Pence Ultimatum

Trade war fears drove Chinese shares lower, with the Shanghai Composite Index ending down 0.7 per cent. Meeting ahead of the main summit, they said there was still time to avoid a trade war. German Chancellor Angela Merkel slammed the shock duties as "illegal" and said they risked sparking a disastrous "spiral" of retaliatory measures. The adm...

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  • Supreme Court rules for Colorado baker in gay wedding cake case
Supreme Court rules for Colorado baker in gay wedding cake case

When Mullins, along with Craig and his mother, arrived at the shop, bakery owner Jack Phillips greeted them politely, but, as soon as he realized who the wedding cake was for, Phillips instantly knew this was "not a cake that I can make".

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  • Kim Jong-un sacks top military chiefs before summit with Trump
Kim Jong-un sacks top military chiefs before summit with Trump

Meanwhile, North Korea moved to replace its defense minister ahead of the pivotal negotiations, Japan's Asahi Shimbun reported yesterday, citing people that it did not identify. Whether such projects will amount to anything hinges on whether the Trump-Kim meeting even takes place next week in Singapore. North Korea made no immediate referen...

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  • High School Seniors Killed In Parkland Shooting Given Posthumous Diplomas
High School Seniors Killed In Parkland Shooting Given Posthumous Diplomas

He also offered the graduates some advice and said: "You are not just the future - you are the present". 'You won't be classmates anymore. "You'll be adults who Facebook search each other at two in the morning for the next ten years", he said .

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  • Spanish PM To Be Ousted In
Spanish PM To Be Ousted In "No Confidence" Vote

Although Rajoy survived a similar no-confidence vote past year, Friday's ballot draws a line under his rollercoaster time in office which began in 2011 and saw him implementing drastic spending cuts before winning re-election in 2015 and 2016.

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  • Trudeau calls Trump's tariffs 'insulting' to longstanding US-Canada alliance
Trudeau calls Trump's tariffs 'insulting' to longstanding US-Canada alliance

The White House previously said that protecting those industries was a matter of national security, although many experts have questioned that justification . Carl Fey: Yes, I think that's what's most likely to happen but, of course, this is really risky because you don't exactly know if one can actually get that bargaining and concessions tha...

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  • Italy's New Populist and Anti-Establishment Government Is Sworn In
Italy's New Populist and Anti-Establishment Government Is Sworn In

This included Brexit, where they noted the positive progress made on ensuring the rights of Italian citizens in the United Kingdom are protected after leaving the European Union , as well as issues of bilateral cooperation, such as on migration, CT, and Libya.

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  • Man accused of killing Dickson County sheriff's deputy in custody
Man accused of killing Dickson County sheriff's deputy in custody

The man accused of a killing a Dickson County sheriff's deputy is in custody, according to the Tennessee Bureau of Investigation. Erika Castro-Miles is facing a murder charge in connection with the fatal shooting. Baker, who also served in the U.S. Marine Corps Reserve, is survived by his wife and daughter. Erika Castro-Miles, described as an a...

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  • Justin Trudeau Just Slammed
Justin Trudeau Just Slammed "Insulting and Unacceptable" Trump Trade Behavior

Canada's Prime Minister Justin Trudeau lashed out at U.S. plans to impose tariffs on Canadian steel and aluminum for "national security" reasons, saying his soldiers had fought and died with American troops in Afghanistan. On Friday, both the European Union and Canada filed challenges against the tariffs .with the world's trade watchdog, the Wor...

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