Donald Trump Says James Comey 'Guilty of Crimes'

The government, in turn, has argued that Cohen does little to no work as a lawyer, so any attorney-client privilege issues are de minimus. "It is a total, it is all lies and it is a terrible thing that is going on, a frightful thing", the president continued.

Jaguars owner places offer to buy Wembley Stadium

In his message via the Fulham website, Khan stated his understanding of the importance of Wembley to English soccer and that his bid to buy the stadium would not reduce his involvement with the West London club. "I am grateful for all of my experiences and investments in London , and am privileged to have this opportunity with the FA to forge an agreement that I am certain will be a victory for everyone".

Kim Jong Un makes historic border crossing to meet South Korean president

August 9: Trump says North Korea had best not make more threats or "they will be met with fire and fury like the world has never seen". "But obviously we are waiting to see what comes out", he noted. And then, of course, there are the nukes. South Korean President Moon Jae-in has left Seoul's presidential palace for a high-stakes summit with North Korean leader Kim Jong Un that will kick off a new round of nuclear negotiations with Pyongyang.

Toronto van attack: What is an 'incel'?

Fourteen others were injured. A Toronto police officer said Tuesday that most of the victims in Monday's attack were women but it was not yet clear whether women were deliberately targeted. European users will be asked to confirm they are at least 16 years old when they are prompted to agree to new terms of service and a privacy policy provided by a new WhatsApp Ireland Ltd entity in the next few weeks.

US probing Huawei for possible Iran sanctions violations

The probe was first reported by the Wall Street Journal on Wednesday. Such a probe raises the stakes for Huawei , which is facing a series of actions by Washington to diminish the company's already limited business dealings in the U.S.

Facebook Reveals The Lengthy Rulebook It Uses To Remove Posts

The company is also introducing a new appeals process, allowing users to request a review if they believe their post has been removed unfairly. A couple of years ago, Facebook famously removed a post of the famous, Pulitzer Prize-winning photo showing a naked girl fleeing a napalm attack.

Facebook regularly shared user data, claims app creator

He also accused Facebook of feigning ignorance of how their users' data was being used, saying it was "well documented that Facebook collaborates with researchers". Following the interview, Democrats from the House Judiciary and the Oversight and Government Reform committees warned about the prospect of election interference on social media and urged the panels' chairs to hold full hearings on the data scandal .

Trump considering 'full pardon' for Jack Johnson after Stallone call

Trump said he received a phone call from Rocky actor Sylvester Stallone , who told him about Johnson's life story. Boxer Jack Johnson may receive a pardon from Donald Trump . Johnson didn't serve his prison sentence until 1920 because he left the country following his conviction. After his release, Johnson reportedly continued fighting well into his sixties but was killed in a vehicle crash in 1946 at the age of 68.

'Fearless Girl' to Stare Down Stock Exchange, Not Bull, By Year-End

The diminutive four-foot-tall monument created by sculptor Kristen Visbal was first planted in front of the Bull on International Women's Day previous year by US financial firm State Street Global Advisors to call out corporate America's gender gap, and to encourage more companies to include women on their boards.

Trump mocks Dem lawsuit: They are suing 'Republicans for winning'

The DNC "may very well want to divert attention from a special counsel criminal investigation, which they perceive as having dragged out so long that the public has lost interest in it, which doesn't appear to have too much meat on the bones", Napolitano, senior judicial analyst for FOX News, told Neil Cavuto.

Louis Judge: Charge Against Gov. Eric Greitens Stands

That investigator, William Don Tisaby, has become a central issue in recent filings, as defense lawyers say he lied in his deposition and may have concealed evidence that they say is favorable to Greitens. The judge agreed that the prosecution's conduct "is not to be condoned and it is serious". The judge will allow the alleged victim to be deposed again.

Diaz-Canel replaces Raul Castro as Cuban president

He also gave a strident speech that emphasized the need to modernize the island's economy. Diaz-Canel was elected in a landmark vote of the National Assembly a day before his 58th birthday. The Russian president "has expressed his confidence that Castro will continue to facilitate strategic partnership between the two countries as head of the Communist Party of Cuba", the press service added .

Jordyn Wieber files lawsuit against Nassar, MSU, USA Gymnastics

A senate subcommittee heard testimony from Olympic athletes as part of an investigation into Olympic abuse. Jerry Moran, R-Kan., said the committee is trying to determine the best way to protect athletes in the future and added that he appreciated the "incredible bravery of our witnesses and their willingness to be here to discuss these sensitive topics".

United Nations team fired on in Syria while visiting suspected chemical sites

Syrian Ambassador Bashar Jaafari on Tuesday told a meeting of the UN Security Council that the team of experts would begin work on Wednesday once they receive the all-clear from their security detail. "It is our understanding the Russians may have visited the attack site", he said in comments at a closed-door meeting which were obtained by Reuters .

Bon-Ton Heads to Liquidation

Southbridge Mall's owner didn't return multiple calls from a Globe Gazette reporter seeking comment Tuesday afternoon. It appears the end might be near for Younkers and other Bon-Ton Stores brands. Money from the auction will be used to pay Bon-Ton's creditors. Reuters reports , the only bidders competing at the Monday start of its court-supervised auction were liquidators.

Lahore High Court bans airing of anti-judiciary speeches by Nawaz Sharif

The spokesman further said Begum Kulsoom Nawaz is critically ill and admitted to a hospital since the past few days. "My mother is hospitalised again". "We can not restrict someone from speaking", he had said, adding that he wanted everyone to go along together. Lashing out at the Balochistan government, he said a government elected by the people had been toppled and an artificial structure was put in place.

What is the TESS mission? When is the Space X launch?

Once in space, TESS will embark on a two-year mission to survey about 85 percent of the sky, which holds about 20 million stars. The satellite's objective is to extend the successful mission of the Kepler Space Telescope by observing stars and monitoring them for temporary drops in brightness caused by planetary transits.

Judge orders Cohen to reveal a secret client: Sean Hannity

After last week's raid on Mr Cohen's offices, Hannity took to the airwaves to denounce the probe as a "declared war against the president of the United States". Cohen, dressed in a dark suit, at times looked tense, folding and clasping his hands in front of him. Cohen has long described himself as an attorney for Trump but has for years filled a more wide-ranging role as a general troubleshooter.

Trump puts off Syria strike decision, will talk to allies

The same officials say Syria has continued to produce or procure chlorine, which also has industrial and agricultural uses. Britain's government weighed the possibility of military action against Syria on Thursday but faced growing scepticism from opposition leaders and deeper divisions in a country still haunted by its role in the US-led invasion of Iraq.

Trump promises he will support congressional protection for state's that legalize marijuana

Gardner said he had lifted some holds earlier this year after "positive discussions with the DOJ" but that with Trump's assurances, he would be lifting all remaining ones. Satisfied, the first-term senator is now backing down from his nominee blockade. "We're always consulting Congress about issues, including states' rights, of which the president is a firm believer".