• Trump lashes out at critics, 'naysayers,' unfair treatment

    Trump lashes out at critics, 'naysayers,' unfair treatment

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    A source close to Comey confirmed to NBC News Tuesday that the memo included a line in which Comey quoted Trump as having said, "I hope you can see your way clear to letting this go, to letting Flynn go". The remarks were Trump's first since it was reported that he had asked then-FBI chief James Comey to drop the investigation into disgraced former national security adviser Mike Flynn's ties to Russian Federation.
  • Israel reportedly provided intel. Trump disclosed to Russians

    Israel reportedly provided intel. Trump disclosed to Russians

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    The exchange, reported by Israel's Channel 2 television, is threatening to create a fierce diplomatic storm as Israel gets ready for a visit by U.S. The Western Wall, in east Jerusalem's Old City, is the remnant of the ancient temple, destroyed more than 2,000 years ago. The White House said the comment did not represent the president's position.
  • Rumour: Kia to showcase 3-4 cars at 2018 Auto Expo

    Rumour: Kia to showcase 3-4 cars at 2018 Auto Expo

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    Hyundai and Kia have been arguing the five flaws pose no safety risk, but they said in a joint statement that they will cede to the compulsory recall order. "Safety is always Hyundai's No.1 priority, and we make decisions on recalls or any other customer-protection steps in compliance with regulators around the world, and follow stringent internal procedures".
  • Cassia voters vote out incumbent school board members

    Cassia voters vote out incumbent school board members

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    That's an increase of 12.41 percent over past year, due entirely, school officials say, to a change to record debt service expenditures in the general fund as recommended by the comptroller's office. Michelle Lyon (364) and Jim Struble (334) won the two available three-years terms on the school board. A homeowner with a home assessed at $250,000 should see an increase in their tax bill of $47.
  • Hackers claim to be holding Disney movie for ransom

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    According to The Hollywood Reporter , Disney CEO Bob Iger confirmed the news during a meeting in NY on Monday, explaining that the culprits are insisting they will release bits of the film - in increments - if their demands aren't met. may be facing a slightly different ransom situation of its own. Joachim Ronning, the director of the films series, crushed the rumors alleging this would be the last installment of the series.
  • Elon Musk's Boring Company has officially broken ground

    Elon Musk's Boring Company has officially broken ground

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    While it seemed like a possible joke at the time, it turns out that Elon Musk is that rare person with the mechanical know-how, municipal influence, and financial means to just start boring a tunnel under Los Angeles, and the Boring Company was born.
  • China says it successfully tests new type of missile

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    China's military has conducted live-fire drills and weapons tests in the northeastern Bohai Sea close to the Korean peninsula, the country's defense ministry said on Tuesday. Our positions should be judged not for what Trump proclaims but by the reality of China's activities. Beijing and Pyongyang have a relationship forged in the blood of the Korean War, and the Asian giant remains its wayward neighbour's main provider of aid and trade.
  • CIA creates Korea Mission Center focused on North

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    North Korea is making less headlines these days, but that doesn't mean the threat has vanished, according to US intelligence officials. The CIA has announced the establishment of a new "Korea Mission Center" which will be focused exclusively on North Korea, saying it will coordinate all CIA resources and the resources of all other USA spy agencies in efforts against the "threats" posed by North Korea.
  • Bond Insurers Hold Up Against Puerto Rico Bankruptcy Exposure

    Bond Insurers Hold Up Against Puerto Rico Bankruptcy Exposure

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    While it was not immediately clear just how much of the USA -colonized island nation's $70 billion of debt would be included in the bankruptcy filing, the case is sure to dwarf Detroit's insolvency in 2013. The island had been expected to resort to such a step ever since Congress enacted legislation previous year that allowed for it. Even worse, CNNMoney found that a doctor a day has left Puerto Rico, causing a severe shortage of medical help as the island was fighting the Zika crisis.
  • Rajnath calls for 'unity of purpose' to tackle Naxals

    Rajnath calls for 'unity of purpose' to tackle Naxals

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    Convened to formulate a strategy apropos killing of 25 CRPF personnel by the extremists in the tribal Sukma district of Chhattisgarh on April 24, the meeting discussed what the Home Minister projected as a doctrine of 8-point "SAMADHAN", in which each letter stood for different aspects of a solution to the Maoist menace.
  • Klitschko falls to Joshua in epic slugfest

    Klitschko falls to Joshua in epic slugfest

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    Speaking exclusively to Sky the day after the fight, Joshua showed some swelling around his left eye but said he was "good to go". "I had actually picked Klitschko to win as I thought this was just some jumped-up young guy from England". You can take a guy with nothing, clean them up and next thing he's meeting the President of the United States or the Prime Minister of the UK. Fury has sparred with Joshua in the past and added: "I always said Wladimir would be my easiest fight.