• Mueller Probe Has Taken on 'Life of Its Own' - Sessions
Mueller Probe Has Taken on 'Life of Its Own' - Sessions

But when Sen. Chris Van Hollen, D-Md., noted that almost two decades ago after President Bill Clinton pardoned controversial figure Marc Rich before leaving office, Sessions insisted that such presidential pardons should be made only after consulting with the Justice Department.

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  • Sabres win National Hockey League draft lottery, to get top pick
Sabres win National Hockey League draft lottery, to get top pick

The Ottawa Senators and Arizona Coyotes round out the top five picks. It's a safe assumption that top prospects Andrei Sveshnikov and Filip Zadina will be off the board at the fifth pick, but Oliver Wahlstrom has the obvious potential and would be a welcome addition to the Desert Dog's pipeline.

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  • NBC5 Forecast: A great end to the weekend
NBC5 Forecast: A great end to the weekend

Right now, damaging wind gusts and large hail appear to be the primary severe threat, however an isolated tornado or two is always possible this time of year. Winds out of the SW will remain fairly gentle at 5-10 miles per hour. Mostly cloudy, with a high near 81. Saturday will be mostly sunny with a high around 66, but there is a 40 percent ch...

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  • Man with knife kills 7 children in China, wounds 19
Man with knife kills 7 children in China, wounds 19

Knives are a natural weapon of choice in China and guns and other weapons are strictly regulated. No information was given as to a motive. The children who died were seven girls and two boys. In January 2017, for example, 11 kindergarten students were wounded by a man with a kitchen knife . Some showed bodies along alleyways and other injur...

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  • Houthis deny entry of humanitarian aid: Saudi-led coalition
Houthis deny entry of humanitarian aid: Saudi-led coalition

Saudi Arabia's air defences on 27 April intercepted a missile fired by Yemeni rebels, days after the insurgents' second-in-command was killed in an air raid by Riyadh and its allies. The missiles were headed towards the city of Jizan in southern Saudi Arabia, according to a coalition statement. Yemenis inspect the site where an alleged Saudi...

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  • Cubs' David Bote out of Saturday lineup, optioned to Triple-A
Cubs' David Bote out of Saturday lineup, optioned to Triple-A

The Cubs are 1-4 in Hendricks' last five starts and 2-6 in his last eight outings against National League Central rivals. The Brewers (16-9) continued to roll Wednesday with a 6-2 victory over the Kansas City Royals when Aguilar drove in a pair of runs.

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  • Considers Kathua accused's plea to transfer probe to CBI
Considers Kathua accused's plea to transfer probe to CBI

The trial ought to be fair not only for the accused but for the victim's family and protection needs to be ensured to them and their lawyers. "If we find a slightest possibility of lack of fair trial, we will transfer the case.The real concern of this court is to see that a fair trial is conducted and fair trial means fair to the accused as well ...

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  • Trump to skip White House Correspondents' Dinner for MI rally
Trump to skip White House Correspondents' Dinner for MI rally

Artwork by her children hangs on a board behind her desk, and across the room is a shelf with a few books, including The Christian Life and Character and Gone With the Wind. Jake Turx , a correspondent for the Orthodox Jewish weekly Ami Magazine , who was cut off and told to sit down by the president at a briefing previous year when he tried to a...

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  • 11 students die after bus collides with train at unmanned crossing
11 students die after bus collides with train at unmanned crossing

Members of Bar Council, Kushinagar , also complained about the "irresponsible attitude" of the district hospital staff. Hospital report claims that the driver and a kid are still under the critical condition and they fearing that the death toll may be extended.

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  • Pakistani court disqualifies foreign minister for hiding assets
Pakistani court disqualifies foreign minister for hiding assets

The ruling by the Islamabad High Court was the latest in a series of court decisions that have gone against the Pakistan Muslim League-Nawaz party (PML-N). Despite being the federal minister Asif "intends to surreptitiously and secretly continue with his full-time employment with IMECL in violation of his oath of office under the Constitution",...

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  • John Legend Appears to Call out Friend Kanye West Following Twitter Spree
John Legend Appears to Call out Friend Kanye West Following Twitter Spree

You're way too influential and powerful to endorse who he is and what he stands for", wrote the singer/actor/producer. 'As you know, what you say really means something to your fans. West , who met with Trump shortly after the election, recently doubled down on his "love" for the president on social media. She hates the fact that he is rambli...

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  • Buhari Condemns Killing of Catholic Priests, Others in Benue, Says It's Satanic
Buhari Condemns Killing of Catholic Priests, Others in Benue, Says It's Satanic

Some reports, however, said the toll was higher, at 19. The Catholic diocese of Makurdi confirmed the death of priests Joseph Gor and Felix Tyolaha in a statement condemning the violence. The gunmen were said to have opened fire on the worshipers after invading the church around 5am on Tuesday. The party urged President Muhammadu Buhari-led A...

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  • Supreme Court shows support for President Trump's immigration travel ban
Supreme Court shows support for President Trump's immigration travel ban

The court is expected to review the case over the next two months before ruling in late June. One reason for the lesser emphasis may be that at least some of the Justices are not prepared to make a part of their review the many statements that Trump has made as a candidate and since taking office suggesting that he did, indeed, want a ban o...

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  • Syria: Donors pledge about 4.4 billion dollars in humanitarian aid for 2018
Syria: Donors pledge about 4.4 billion dollars in humanitarian aid for 2018

The UN hoped to raise nine billion US dollars (7.3 billion euros) to assist the 6.1 million internally displaced people in Syria and more than five million refugees in neighbouring countries, particularly in Turkey , Lebanon and Jordan. Refugees in Lebanon makes up a quarter of the country's population. Britain, Germany and France were among tho...

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  • What you can (and can't) do on Facebook
What you can (and can't) do on Facebook

According to the Facebook Newsroom Blog, the company defines terrorism as "Any non-governmental organization that engages in premeditated acts of violence against persons or property to intimidate a civilian population, government, or global organization to achieve a political, religious, or ideological aim".

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  • North Korea test site could be unusable after collapse - Chinese scientists
North Korea test site could be unusable after collapse - Chinese scientists

In two new dispatches on Thursday morning, the North's state-run KCNA news agency said Kim went to Pyongyang's station on Wednesday evening "to see off a special objective train carrying the bodies of Chinese who were killed and the wounded in a tragic traffic accident".

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  • Opposition Leader Pashinyan Calls On to Resume Peaceful Protests
Opposition Leader Pashinyan Calls On to Resume Peaceful Protests

And with Sargsyan gone, Armenia's victorious protesters are unlikely to accept the status quo, said Shirinyan. After 11 consecutive days of peaceful protests dubbed " Merzhir Serzhin " (Reject Serzh), Armenians have finally managed to dethrone Prime Minister Serzh Sargsyan.

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  • White House releases Ronny Jackson's evaluations in attempt to prove his merit
White House releases Ronny Jackson's evaluations in attempt to prove his merit

The answers did not appear to satisfy him. The president theorized that Democrats unable to halt Mike Pompeo's nomination to be Secretary of State were now moving on to Jackson. Trump selected Jackson to head the VA after firing former Obama Administration official David Shulkin. Kuhlman declined to be interviewed for this article.

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  • Palestinians: Assassinated Hamas Commander's Body To Be Returned To Gaza
Palestinians: Assassinated Hamas Commander's Body To Be Returned To Gaza

A Kawasaki motorcycle was found abandoned near a lake about nine minutes from the scene, from which police were able to trace a photo of one of the suspects, Inspector-General of Police Mohamad Fuzi Harun told reporters. Fauziah Mohd Hasan, a representative of the Rose2Rose, an NGO that works with Palestinian women, told BenarNews she visited Enaas...

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  • Smallville's Allison Mack Released on Bail
Smallville's Allison Mack Released on Bail

Mack has been accused of recruiting women into the group and exploiting them. Mack, who played Chloe Sullivan on WB's " Smallville " from 2001-2011, is expected to make a deal with prosecutor in exchange for her testimony against Raniere, according to Variety .

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  • Mitt Romney won't commit to backing
Mitt Romney won't commit to backing

If Romney had won the party delegate vote at the convention, there would be no need for a primary. Mitt Romney will face a primary challenger this June in his quest for Utah's open Senate seat. That means he'll have to face a primary race, like some pleb who wasn't governor of MA and the 2012 Republican presidential nominee, with a auto eleva...

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  • No let up in Kashmir protests
No let up in Kashmir protests

The 8-year-old girl hailing from Rasana village of Kathua had gone missing while grazing ponies near her home on January 10. Perplexed by the protests , Bukhari on Saturday had warned the students to return to classes or else the government will be constrained to shut educational institutions permanently in the valley.

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  • Venkaiah Naidu rejects impeachment notice against CJI Dipak Misra
Venkaiah Naidu rejects impeachment notice against CJI Dipak Misra

We are confident, that when we move that petition, the CJI has nothing to do with it. "I can not comment on them". Meanwhile, Congress president Rahul Gandhi said the Supreme Court was "being pressured and destroyed". While reviewing the notice, the Rajya Sabha officials had mentioned that making public the contents of a notice before it ...

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  • Saudi Arabia restricts drone operations following palace incident
Saudi Arabia restricts drone operations following palace incident

Videos shared online showed heavy gunfire in the neighborhood, triggering fears of a possible coup attempt, Reuters reported. There was no information of where the king was. The powerful 32-year-old prince has also overseen a major military shake-up and a royal purge as he consolidates power to a degree well beyond that wielded by previous rule...

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  • In the committee, the opposition has been building ahead of Monday's session
In the committee, the opposition has been building ahead of Monday's session

Congressman Mo Brooks said on Monday newly elected Alabama Sen. Doug Jones has the opportunity to keep his campaign promise to be bipartisan s in confirming President Donald Trump's pick to replace outgoing Secretary of State Rex Tillerson by confirming Central Intelligence Agency ( CIA ) Director Mike Pompeo for the position.

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