• Trump reacts to Cohen tape:
Trump reacts to Cohen tape: "Your favorite president did nothing wrong!"

Trump denies the allegation. Speaking on Friday, Giuliani said the Federal Bureau of Investigation seized the recording this year during a raid on Cohen's office. Davis responded, tweeting: "The strategy of @realDonaldTrump @POTUS @RudyGiuliani is flawed; just as is #Trump's false #Twitter statement made against @MichaelCohen212 this morning".

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  • Singapore’s Health Database Hacked - Records of 1.5 Million Patients, Including PM, Stolen
Singapore’s Health Database Hacked - Records of 1.5 Million Patients, Including PM, Stolen

The 1.5 million patients had visited SingHealth's specialist outpatient clinics and polyclinics from May 1, 2015, to July 4, 2018. "The attackers specifically and repeatedly targeted Prime Minister Lee Hsien Loong's personal particulars and information on his outpatient dispensed medicines", the statement said.

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  • Ambiguous comments from homeland chief on election meddling
Ambiguous comments from homeland chief on election meddling

So I think we'll continue to look at what that means and be prepared for the next time", she said. The United States' top intelligence officer said on Thursday that he was just doing his job when he released a statement contradicting the president's comments on Russian meddling in the 2016 election.

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  • Intel Chief Coats Says No Disrespect Intended Over Russia Summit News
Intel Chief Coats Says No Disrespect Intended Over Russia Summit News

Hillary Clinton warned Saturday that Vladimir Putin will continue to attack American elections, specifically suggesting the Russian president could wreak havoc on vote counts in the November midterms. Mr. Trump, after calling former President Obama a "patsy" for Russian Federation in the CNBC interview, reiterated what he has said many times be...

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  • Federal Bureau of Investigation believed Trump campaign aide Carter Page was recruited by Russians
Federal Bureau of Investigation believed Trump campaign aide Carter Page was recruited by Russians

The Times and other outlets obtained the documents thanks to FOIA lawsuits. The application states the Federal Bureau of Investigation had believed Page "has been the subject of targeted recruitment by the Russian government", and was "collaborating and conspiring with the Russian government".

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  • No time or speed limit to denuclearise North Korea, says Donald Trump
No time or speed limit to denuclearise North Korea, says Donald Trump

Trump said he discussed North Korea with Russian President Vladimir Putin on Monday at their summit in Helsinki. He said that's the commitment. The has been held between Mr Trump and Mr Kim, in that meeting little reported progress towards to denuclearize.

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  • Iran builds new centrifuge rotor factory: Nuclear chief
Iran builds new centrifuge rotor factory: Nuclear chief

The trio, the officials said, had laid out their plans to Iran during recent discussions among foreign ministers and senior officials in the Austrian capital, Vienna, and are still trying to iron out the details of their initiatives. He made the comment during a joint meeting with Austrian Ambassador to Iran Stephan Shultz on July 17. "From a...

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  • No charges in fatal handicapped parking shooting under Stand Your Ground law
No charges in fatal handicapped parking shooting under Stand Your Ground law

An argument ensued and McGlockton pushed Drejka to the ground. However, Drejka pulled out a gun and shot him. When McGlockton walked out of the store, he approached Jacobs and Drejka. "What's relevant is not whether this guy's a good guy, nice guy, or whether he's a jerk, or whether he's a thorn in people's side and what he's done, whether it's thr...

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  • Cohen recorded Trump discussing payment to ex-Playmate
Cohen recorded Trump discussing payment to ex-Playmate

The good news is that your favorite President did nothing wrong!" The government did not break into Cohen's office. The recording about the former Playboy model, Karen McDougal, which occurred prior to the election, was among the troves of documents and materials that the FBI seized from Cohen's office, home and hotel in NY back in April am...

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  • RM538 Billion Worth Of Gold Found On Sunken Russian Warship
RM538 Billion Worth Of Gold Found On Sunken Russian Warship

A South Korean company claiming to have found a sunken Russian warship has seen its shares soar and then fall on the stock market amid rumours the vessel was carrying a cargo of gold. Another company - bizarrely, a construction outlet - has also declared that they found the wreck in 2001, but failed to lift it from the seafloor. People signin...

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  • Rod Rosenstein cites growing cyberthreat by foreign adversaries against USA elections
Rod Rosenstein cites growing cyberthreat by foreign adversaries against USA elections

Critics have said the Obama administration should have done more to inform the American public about Russian interference. Rosenstein, while announcing the report at the Aspen Security Forum in Colorado, said Russian interference in the 2016 election was not going to be a one-time issue.

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  • May survives rebel MPs but EU's Brexit judgment looms
May survives rebel MPs but EU's Brexit judgment looms

In a statement posted on the BRC website, BRC Chairman Richard Pennycook said: "We must avoid a cliff edge scenario on the 29 March 2019 at all costs". The EU has reacted with restraint in response to a new plan on Brexit, presented by Theresa May , the British Prime Minister. The Commission warned there will be no single market access and u...

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  • Reports of shots fired at Silver Lake Trader Joe’s
Reports of shots fired at Silver Lake Trader Joe’s

One Eastsider reader said her boyfriend was about to drive into the Trader Joe's parking lot when when he was diverted by police into the Gelson's parking lot across the street. Los Angeles Times reports that authorities arrived to the store at around 4 p.m. Police officers were seen carrying children from the scene of the shooting while terrifi...

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  • Theresa May finally set for first Irish border visit since Brexit vote
Theresa May finally set for first Irish border visit since Brexit vote

The move raised serious concerns in Dublin with the government stating that a withdrawal agreement can not be agreed by the United Kingdom and European Union unless there is a backstop which has a legal basis. From the start of the negotiations, the UK Government has put Northern Ireland's unique circumstances at the heart of our negotiations. In...

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  • Controversial Jewish nation bill
Controversial Jewish nation bill

Early drafts of the legislation went further in what critics at home and overseas saw as discrimination towards Israel's Arabs, who have long said they are treated as second-class citizens. After a heated session that lasted well into the night, the Knesset Plenum passed the controversial " Nationality Bill " into law on Thursday. By emphas...

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  • Global Markets: Dollar weakens on Trump criticism; stocks tepid
Global Markets: Dollar weakens on Trump criticism; stocks tepid

In a Marketplace interview earlier in July, Fed Chairman Jerome Powell said the Trump administration's tax cuts and fiscal-policy stimulus were likely to improve the economy for several years. Presidents have historically avoided criticizing the Fed, which is created to be independent from political interference. The Fed, however, could raise i...

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  • Conflict and breakdown in law and order drive scourge of modern slavery
Conflict and breakdown in law and order drive scourge of modern slavery

In 2017, the Global Estimates of Modern Slavery estimated that 40.3 million individuals were living in modern slavery with individuals being exploited for the objective of sexual exploitation, forced labour, forced marriage, domestic servitude, and forced criminality.

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  • MEP Paet: Trump, Putin's closed-door meeting increased confusion
MEP Paet: Trump, Putin's closed-door meeting increased confusion

During the panel, Coats said he was still not sure what was discussed at Trump and Putin's one-on-one meeting in Helsinki. The President's equivocation signalled he either misunderstood Putin's intentions, or was willing to let Putin get what he wanted in Crimea despite universal opposition.

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  • Spanish court drops extradition bid against Catalan leaders wanted for rebellion
Spanish court drops extradition bid against Catalan leaders wanted for rebellion

The decision was a major setback for Spain's legal efforts to crack down on the wealthy Catalan region's secessionist movement and keeps alive an issue that a year ago brought Spain's worst political crisis in four decades. The first deputy speaker of the regional parliament in Catalonia, Josep Costa, tweeted "Llarena KO". "Withdrawing the EAW ...

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  • Sens. Jeff Flake & Chris Coons Russia Resolution Blocked
Sens. Jeff Flake & Chris Coons Russia Resolution Blocked

Senate Majority Whip John Cornyn, Texas Republican, blocked the measure on Thursday, arguing the effort was symbolic and that these sorts of efforts should be hashed out through the Senate committees process. Besides demanding that Russian Federation be held accountable, the resolution also called for congressional hearings into the actual summit...

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