The statement describes The New York Times account as "not a truthful or accurate portrayal of the conversation between the president on Mr. Comey". Alaska Republican Senator Lisa Murkowski wrote on Twitter that "the American people deserve to know the truth". Bryan Caforio who is running against Knight, sent out a fundraising email for his campaign saying "chip in now to demand a special prosecutor ".
Nowhere in the United States is there more nuclear waste and radioactive contamination than at Hanford , which has been the focus of a massive, complex cleanup effort by the U.S. Crews were still surveying the site and about 3,000 employees in the area were still being told to take shelter, as they had all morning. The Energy Department has said there is no evidence showing workers have been harmed by vapors.
The south side of Elk City, Oklahoma, was hit hardest by one storm, said Mayor Bill Helton. He says that in some cases, the responders left their own storm-damaged homes to help search the mobile home park. Officials with the National Weather Service said they've received reports of damage along a 30-mile line from Chetek into neighboring Rusk County. The Wisconsin tornado was part of a huge swath of the Plains and Upper Midwest threatened with severe weather.
The Turkish Government considers the YPG to be an integral part of the Kurdish Workers' Party (PKK), which both the USA and Turkey designate a terrorist organization. However, the USA authorities did not find in the multi-volume cases submitted by Ankara any confirmation of the famous preacher's participation in Turkey's attempted military coup last summer.
King, an independent from ME, spent several minutes speaking with CNN host Wolf Blitzer after The New York Times broke the story about a memo that people familiar with the matter say Comey wrote after a February meeting with Trump in the Oval Office.
This team is playing well and you want to be a part of it and not the reason we are losing a game once a week, " Sabathia said. "I don't think I've seen a ball hit harder than that in this park", Royals manager Ned Yost told reporters. The four batters they sent to the plate in the first inning all hit rockets in the air, though three were caught for outs. So, too, did the re-emergence of Sabathia's cut fastball that had been missing.
Just under 94% of registered voters in New Rochelle did not vote to support the budget. Amscan's share of the 6.46 percent tax levy increase is 5.10 percent, bringing the share to be paid by the average homeowner in Chester down to 1.36 percent - at or below levels from four years ago.
Yates confirmed reports that she had told the White House, six days into Trump's administration, that Flynn, a former military intelligence chief, had not been honest with Vice President Mike Pence about his discussions with the Russian ambassador to Washington , leaving him vulnerable to leverage from Moscow.
Trump said repeatedly in the clip that the press conferences "get the biggest ratings in daytime television", and he'd like to either stop them, or do things in a different way. A new poll finds a strong majority favor an independent investigation into Russia's interference with the USA elections and possible ties to the Donald Trump campaign.
If Trump would have let Comey go soon after his inauguration, McQuade says, it would have been a different situation. Maybe, Trump said, he will just cancel briefings with the media altogether. "I hope you won't either". "I'm not under investigation". The other two times Trump said he asked Comey whether he was under investigation were in telephone conversations.
Asked if he had concerns about Trump's ability to handle classified information, McConnell responded with a simple "no". "I think the diplomacy part of what we do overseas is a lot cheaper than the use of the military and frequently has a pretty good return on investment".
While the White House called for stronger sanctions and noted the missile's proximity to Russian Federation saying that President Donald Trump "cannot imagine that Russian Federation is pleased". Yet 38 North also says new assessments of what North Korea's missile program can do are now necessary. On Monday, North Korean state media showed photos of Kim Jong Un laughing and hugging his rocket scientists after the launch, which he personally oversaw, the report said.
The female wolf was one of three known white wolves in the Park and was popular with tourists and photographers. "Staff on scene agreed the animal could not be saved due to the severity of its injuries", a park spokesman said after the grim discovery, explaining why the wolf was subsequently euthanized.
Piazza died after taking part in a hazing ritual for the Alpha Upsilon chapter of the Beta Theta Pi fraternity's bid acceptance night on February 2, authorities allege. A legal analyst and the attorney representing the Piazza family say that a lawsuit against the University isn't out of the question. Another fraternity member shoved Davis against a wall and told him they "had it under control" and he should leave, according to the presentment.
The child was transported to Nemours dePont Hospital in Delaware. A Phoenixville-based charter bus carrying almost 30 students from Philadelphia was involved in an accident in Maryland that injured over two dozen people. Werner Coach president Heath Ochroch confirmed to NBC10 Philadelphia that the bus belongs to his company in Phoenixville, Pennsylvania. One woman was flown to the University of Maryland Medical Center's trauma center in Baltimore, but was still being triaged, the ...
An asterisk is put over the sentence, and handwritten at the bottom of the letter is: "P.S". Certainly, she has grounds for a lawsuit for the hostile work environment that the congressman's letter and the actions of bank officers created.
White House press secretary Sean Spicer speaks during the daily press briefing, May 9, 2017, at the White House in Washington . But if Trump's quick and dismissive reaction to her appearance is any guide, the Yates testimony put another dent in the administration's defenses.
Signer called the event "either profoundly ignorant" or "designed to instill fear". " We reject this intimidation ", tweeted Signer. At issue: The city of Charlottesville's decision to sell the statue of Lee, though a judge has since ordered an injunction preventing any sale for six months.
Police have yet to provide a motive for the two incidents or why for that matter the son walked into the grocery mart clutching his severed mother's head. Twenty minutes later, a 911 caller alerted police about a dead body in a home just ten miles away from the scene of the stabbing. Estacada Fire Department chaplains were on hand Monday to help grocery store employees and customers affected by the terrifying ordeal.
A government official said five Boko Haram commanders were freed to secure the release of the schoolgirls. Many wondered what had happened to the rest of the girls - whether they had been killed in a military operation, or forcibly married to fighters who would refuse to release them.
Former aides describe him as a detail-obsessed and thoughtful boss. A former US attorney and Colorado attorney general, Suthers was elected mayor of Colorado Springs in 2015. "But these are not normal circumstances ". He serves as Senate majority whip, making him the second-ranking Republican in the chamber. But they would need to court at least three Republicans to be successful.
In a blistering decision last July, the Fourth Circuit Court of Appeals said the state legislature explicitly set out to discover the kind of accommodations that minority voters use most often and then to roll back or eliminate them, targeting African Americans "with nearly surgical precision".
With or without this federal panel, the issue of voter fraud is one that can showcase how two people may live in the United States of America, but they seem to inhabit completely different universes when it comes to evaluating the threat of voter fraud.
The order also attempts to dilute the Johnson amendment , which prevents tax-exempt religious organizations from participating in political speech, like endorsing or opposing a political candidate. Widely considered to be a thank-you gift to his evangelical supporters, the order " Promoting Free Speech and Religious Liberty " calls for all tax-exempt organizations - but more specifically, churches - to be given the freedom to engage in political activity without suffering tax penalties.
A growing number of Senate Republicans are recasting President Trump's Rose Garden celebration after the House vote as a mere starting point because of anxiety over how the House bill would affect Medicaid recipients in their states, insurance costs for people with conditions such as diabetes or cancer, or the breadth of health benefits in states that would be able to jettison federal insurance requirements.