• Sessions to face sharp questions on Russia contacts
Sessions to face sharp questions on Russia contacts

Insisting again that he had no improper contacts with the Russian, Sessions said at the time he was stepping aside from this mater because of his involvement in the Trump campaign. As for his role in Comey's firing, Sessions told senators that he and his second-in-command, Rosenstein, had a "clear view. that we had problems there, and it was my bes...

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  • GOP's pursuit of health care overhaul comes with risks
GOP's pursuit of health care overhaul comes with risks

House Republicans have pushed through a bill that seeks to ensure people in the country illegally can not get tax credits to pay their health insurance premiums. Nothing , therefore, would get done and Obamacare would go on and on. After the House Republicans' first attempt to repeal the law went down in flames before even going to a vote thank...

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  • I would speak under oath on Comey
I would speak under oath on Comey

Trump branded Comey a "leaker" for indirectly providing to reporters the contents of memos he wrote after their private conversations. Senators have expressed hope that Mr Sessions' testimony on Tuesday will help flesh out the truth of Mr Comey's allegations, including Mr Sessions' presence at the White House in February when Mr Trump asked...

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  • Schiff says firing Mueller would echo Watergate
Schiff says firing Mueller would echo Watergate

As the Speaker fielded his third question on the Russia-Mueller matter - reporter Lisa Mascaro had asked if Ryan personally had advised Trump not to ax Mueller - Ryan and McCarthy decided they had had enough. Newsmax Media CEO Christopher Ruddy stood by his claims after the White House downplayed his comments and suggested he did not know wh...

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  • North Korea releases US citizen Otto Warmbier
North Korea releases US citizen Otto Warmbier

U.S. tourism to North Korea is legal, but the U.S. State Department strongly advises against it. Rodman has traveled to the isolated nation four times previously. The court held that he had committed a crime "pursuant to the USA government's hostile policy toward (the North), in a bid to impair the unity of its people after entering it as a...

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  • British Prime Minister Vows to Carry on Despite Election Losses
British Prime Minister Vows to Carry on Despite Election Losses

It is a testimony to the low expectations for Jeremy Corbyn's Labour that this result is being hailed as a victory for the party, even though it lost to the Conservatives by about the same popular vote percentage as Donald Trump lost to Hillary Clinton.

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  • Federal court rejects Trump's travel ban, again
Federal court rejects Trump's travel ban, again

The Trump administration has already sought a Supreme Court review of a decision issued last month by the United States Court of Appeals in Richmond, Virginia. Though the Immigration and Nationality Act gives the president broad powers to control the entry of foreigners, the judges said the president's authority is subject to certain statutor...

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  • Republicans are taking a big political risk on health care
Republicans are taking a big political risk on health care

President Donald Trump suggested Tuesday that more money might be needed for the Republican healthcare plan to replace the Affordable Care Act . The goal is a vote on the Senate version of the bill before the July 4 recess. Mike Lee. Additionally, Sen . It's unclear when the revisions will be completed (Trump said only that "we're very close...

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  • Tillerson: North Korea releases US citizen Otto Warmbier
Tillerson: North Korea releases US citizen Otto Warmbier

In a statement , the State Department said Warmbier was "en route to the USA where he will be reunited with his family", adding it would have no further comment on his case, citing privacy concerns. Foreigners who have been detained or imprisoned in the Hermit Kingdom often have a shared experience: confusion, coached confessions, communication bl...

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  • Boy, 5, dies after being left in Arkansas day care vehicle
Boy, 5, dies after being left in Arkansas day care vehicle

Police in West Memphis said the child was picked up around 7 a.m. Monday to be dropped off at Ascent Medical Health Services, but he never made it out of the vehicle. I'm very upset about it. "When he got off the van he'd say, 'Granny, have you got me a cookie today?'" Smith said. Smith said Christopher, who had two heart surgeries, had been go...

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  • Consolidated (COKE) Issues Quarterly Earnings Results, Misses Expectations By $0.59 EPS
Consolidated (COKE) Issues Quarterly Earnings Results, Misses Expectations By $0.59 EPS

The original version of this story can be read at https://www.thestockobserver.com/2017/06/13/doyle-wealth-management-takes-position-in-the-coca-cola-co-ko-updated-updated-updated.html. About 77,505 shares traded. Moreover, Essex has 0.58% invested in The Coca-Cola Co (NYSE:KO) for 64,837 shares. 0 funds opened positions while 1 raised stakes.

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  • Egypt Offers Gaza Electricity in Exchange for 17 'Terror Suspects'
Egypt Offers Gaza Electricity in Exchange for 17 'Terror Suspects'

Israel's decision to reduce the electricity supply to Gaza, in unison with the PA, is "catastrophic and unsafe", Hamas declared. Egypt reportedly offered Hamas greater freedom at the Gaza border and much-needed supplies of electricity in exchange the group agreeing to several security demands, Arab media reported on Tuesday.

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  • This Is Why A Congressman Is Officially Proposing Impeaching President Trump
This Is Why A Congressman Is Officially Proposing Impeaching President Trump

However, as to Obstruction of Justice and 18 USC § 1512 (b)(3), the evidence we have is sufficient to move forward now. But some Democratic leaders, including House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi, have been reluctant to join calls for impeachment, saying they don't yet have a public case and should instead press Republicans on issues like Tru...

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  • After UK Election, The Only 'Certainty' In Britain Is Uncertainty
After UK Election, The Only 'Certainty' In Britain Is Uncertainty

Anna Soubry, a prominent government minister, overnight fueled the speculation by saying: "She's in a very hard place, she's a remarkable and a very talented woman and she doesn't shy from hard decisions, but she now has to obviously consider her position".

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  • US AG to testify before Senate intelligence panel
US AG to testify before Senate intelligence panel

Sen. Comey said President Trump told Sessions and other administration officials to leave the room before Trump asked him in February to drop a probe into former National Security Adviser Michael Flynn's contacts with Russian Federation. Though the Justice Department maintains that it has fully disclosed the extent of Sessions' foreign contacts p...

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  • Stephen King fires back after president blocks him on Twitter
Stephen King fires back after president blocks him on Twitter

She said to King, "I still have access. I'll DM them to you", she tweeted, referring to Twitter's Direct Messages function. Trump spoke about improving the VA, which has fell under hard times in recent years. During the 2016 presidential election [VIDEO ], Donald Trump used various talking points in an attempt to appeal to as many potential ...

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  • Pékin arrache le Panama à Taïwan, qui perd encore un allié
Pékin arrache le Panama à Taïwan, qui perd encore un allié

En Amérique centrale, tous les pays reconnaissaient Taïwan jusqu'à ce que le Costa Rica rompe en 2010 ses relations diplomatiques avec l'île, comme le Panama vient de le faire. "Cela ne me surprendrait pas si l'on voyait le Nicaragua être le prochain à basculer", estime-t-elle, ce pays accueillant notamment un chantier de canal interocéanique à cap...

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  • Tennessee kids are doing the best they have ever done
Tennessee kids are doing the best they have ever done

A new report says Tennessee has improved three spots to rank 35th in overall child well-being. The health of New Mexico's children improved by other measures. Almost half a million MI kids - around one in five - live in poverty. While teen pregnancy significantly reduced with 6,000 fewer teen births, there are still almost a million children li...

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  • Britain's May in tough talks on forging governing alliance
Britain's May in tough talks on forging governing alliance

May also reappointed an old adversary — Michael Gove , a former rival for the Conservative leadership whom May fired from the Cabinet when she took office previous year. Any final Brexit arrangement will be put to Parliament and both Labour and the Scottish Nationalists will use every opportunity to push their agenda for a close trading relati...

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  • Attorney General Jeff Sessions testifies before Senate committee on Russia, Comey
Attorney General Jeff Sessions testifies before Senate committee on Russia, Comey

During his 10 January confirmation hearing, Sessions said, "I did not have communications with the Russians". Comey reportedly told lawmakers in the closed session following the open hearing that Sessions had a third undisclosed discussion with a senior Russian diplomat previous year.

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  • Attorney: Officer 'did what he had to do' in driver shooting
Attorney: Officer 'did what he had to do' in driver shooting

The jury also watched a replay of the video that Castile's girlfriend, Diamond Reynolds , livestreamed on Facebook beginning seconds after Castile had been shot. Castile had informed Yanez he was carrying a gun. After he shot Castile, Yanez is heard on the squad auto video telling a supervisor variously that he didn't know where Castile's gun wa...

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  • Iran blames Saudi for promoting 'terrorism' in its borders
Iran blames Saudi for promoting 'terrorism' in its borders

Khamenei said the USA and its allies' engagement in the Middle East to fight terrorism is a "lie" and referred to them as "the source of instability in the Middle East". "America is a terrorist country and backs terrorism. therefore, we can not normalise ties with such country", he said. Trump has frequently called the agreement "one of the worst...

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  • Trump, Obama staying out of Virginia's governor primaries
Trump, Obama staying out of Virginia's governor primaries

Gov. Ralph Northam for governor during a canvass kickoff on Saturday in Arlington, Va. Both candidates have pledged fierce opposition to Trump and his policies.The Democratic primary contest has been a hard fought battle between Northam, the state party establishment's favorite, and insurgent candidate Tom Perriello .

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  • Trump Says He'd Testify That Comey Lied About Loyalty Demand
Trump Says He'd Testify That Comey Lied About Loyalty Demand

KARL: And did he ask for a pledge of loyalty from you, that's another thing he said? He did say, under oath, that you told him to let the Flynn - you said you hoped the Flynn investigation, you could let - he could let go. " I didn't say that ", Trump said, which amounts to accusing Comey of perjury - or willfully lying after taking an oat...

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  • Two die in mass food poisoning outbreak at Mosul camp for displaced
Two die in mass food poisoning outbreak at Mosul camp for displaced

She refused to speculate whether the poisoning might have been intentional. Meanwhile, Iraqi forces yesterday reported progress in the US-backed campaign to dislodge Islamic State from Mosul, announcing the capture of a district just north the city's historic centre.

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  • Dennis Rodman Is Back In North Korea, 'Trying To Open A Door'
Dennis Rodman Is Back In North Korea, 'Trying To Open A Door'

Warmbier was detained for trying to steal a propaganda slogan from his Pyongyang hotel and has confessed to "severe crimes" against the state, the North's official media said . North Korea has tested four new missile systems this year and could have a working nuclear-tipped intercontinental ballistic missile in the following years.

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  • Rosenstein Sees No Reason To Fire Special Counsel
Rosenstein Sees No Reason To Fire Special Counsel

Comey in order to relieve the "pressure" the President was feeling from investigations related to his campaign's ties to Russian meddling in America's most recent presidential election". Ryan said the smartest thing for the president to do would be to let the investigation continue and be vindicated. Sessions is testifying before the Senate I...

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  • Jeff Sessions denies 'scurrilous and false allegations' before US Senate committee
Jeff Sessions denies 'scurrilous and false allegations' before US Senate committee

Days after that, Mr Sessions also corrected his confirmation hearing testimony to inform the committee about the two meetings with Mr Kislyak. Sessions was also pressed about what he and Trump talked about before Trump fired FBI Director James Comey .

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  • 'Secrecy veil': Reporters told no more Senate hallway interviews
'Secrecy veil': Reporters told no more Senate hallway interviews

The Senate Committee on Rules is stepping up oversight of the amount of TV cameras in the halls of the Capitol, and media outlets and Democratic senators are worrying about press access. "The Rules Committee has made no changes to the existing rules governing press coverage on the Senate side of the Capitol complex", he said. No more staking out ...

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  • Suspected NKorea drone photographed US missile-defense site
Suspected NKorea drone photographed US missile-defense site

If Moon were to achieve his vision, it would require a hard balancing act. The drone found last week has twin engines and flew farther than those discovered in 2014, which had single engines, the Defense Ministry said, suggesting that North Korea is pushing to upgrade its drone arsenal.

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