American Chez Reavie is in a three-way tie for the St. Jude Classic lead as Rickie Fowler missed the cut. "I'm extremely proud", Berger said. "I'm one for one defending titles, so that's a pretty good stat". LPGA: Lexi Thompson shot 67 for 17-under 199 and a one-stroke lead after the third round of the Manulife Classic in Cambridge, Ontario. Jobe shot a 69 in the final round to snap a winless drought that had stretched back to 1998, when he took first in a tournament in Japan.
The Penguins broke the game open in the final minutes Sunday in Nashville , Tenn., when Patric Hornqvist ended a scoreless tie with just over two minutes left in the game. "I just wanted to get it done, to be honest", Murray said. The Penguins joined the Edmonton Oilers as the only expansion-era clubs to win five Cups - and all five were earned on the road.
Trump said . During nearly three hours of frank statements before the Senate Intelligence Committee on Thursday, Comey described himself as "stunned" by Trump's "very disturbing" and "very concerning" behavior in several meetings. Had Comey believed the president obstructed justice by making that statement, steps would have been taken to immediately pursue the matter. Comey said he couldn't come up with an instance in which someone was convicted of obstruction of justice over the use of ...
Victor was charged in a federal grand jury indictment on Wednesday with a single count of willful retention and transmission of national defence information, a felony offence under the Espionage and Censorship Act that carries a maximum sentence of 10 years in prison.
Christian, wearing a mini Marine uniform, traveled with his mother Brittany to Arlington National Cemetery for Memorial Day and got a high five from President Trump. Before the president's speech, Dunford also addressed the crowd at Arlington Cemetery, thanking the men and women who have died in defense of our nation for their sacrifice.
The ruling rejected Nixon's claim of executive privilege. The intelligence committee is conducting a parallel investigation with the FBI into alleged Russian efforts to influence last year's presidential election. but we will come out bigger and better and stronger than ever". Comey made it abundantly clear that Russian Federation will continue to be a threat unless the United States assertively addresses the threats.
Mr Trump denied having asked for Mr Comey's loyalty or for an inquiry into his former national security adviser to be dropped. "I found him to be credible, candid and thorough", Mrs Collins said. But now, after reading and rereading Comey's written statement to the Senate Intelligence Committee and closely watching his testimony on Thursday, I'm inclined to change my view of the dynamic between Comey and Trump .
A day after he had allowed surrogates to respond for him, Trump took to Twitter on Friday morning to attack Comey directly, writing: "Despite so many false statements and lies, total and complete vindication. There are several criminal and civil statutes that can be triggered for unauthorized disclosures, lawyers say, but none of those appear to apply to Comey.
Officers had been called to the company back in June 2014 for a "workplace violence incident" in which "he allegedly battled another employee here in the business", Demings said. CORRECTS FROM NEUMAN TO NEUMANN - This March 19, 2010 booking photo made available by the Seminole County Sheriff's Office, shows John Robert Neumann Jr ., who was arrested for possession of marijuana.
During a press briefing today, White House Press Secretary Sean Spicer said that a small group of people understand what President Donald Trump meant when he posted a unusual, incomplete tweet shortly after midnight. "While the various congressional and law enforcement investigations continue, the White House should take all possible steps to protect national security including immediately revoking Mr.
Sessions is scheduled to meet with the committee on Tuesday but it is not now clear if it will be a public testimony or a closed-door discussion. Preet Bharara told ABC's "This Week" that Trump was trying to "cultivate some kind of relationship" with him when he called him twice before the inauguration to "shoot the breeze".
Shortly after Comey's testimony ended on Thursday, Kasowitz said Trump felt vindicated in an (error-filled) written statement . Under oath on Thursday, Comey told the Senate Intelligence Committee that he consciously chose to make the memo detailing Trump's request unclassified.
Deadline to purchase tickets is 9:45 p.m. The winning ticket was sold at Marietta Liquor & Deli in the small city of Menifee, the California Lottery said in a statement . This year started out tough for Alberre and his father because the father is suffering from pulmonary fibrosis lung disease. The estimated prize is based on a victor choosing an annuity, which pays off over 30 years.
The group said it is protesting parts of Muslim law, which it said leads to abuse of women. Although Act for America said the marches were specifically in opposition to Shariah law, the self-described grassroots organization with a focus on national security has been labeled as an anti-Muslim hate group by the Southern Poverty Law Center .
Trump's comments Friday afternoon came a few hours after he took to Twitter in the early morning to claim "total and complete vindication" in the Comey matter. And he said multiple times that he choose to take detailed notes about his interactions with Trump because he anxious the White House and President would lie about them if he didn't.
Todd Kohlhepp kidnapped Kala Brown , 30, and kept her as a sex slave on his property for around two months before she was rescued. Yesterday (Friday), prosecutors released this chilling footage of her rescue, in which police can be seen breaking into the container and finding Brown sprawled on the floor, chained to the wall.
Trump was referring to Comey's revelation that he had passed on to a friend a written memo he'd made detailing a meeting with Trump at the White House - and had asked a friend to give it to a reporter for the New York Times . Washington , Jun 9 The US Justice Department has said Attorney General Jeff Sessions recused himself from the probe into Russia 's attempt to influence the 2016 election only because of his involvement in Donald Trump's campaign.
I think anyone that hangs that hat on anything coming out of this administration is a bigger fool than that man running the country and I understand the proportion of foolery we are dealing with, which is why I want to make sure we aren't lead astray.
The victor has one year to claim the prize. The year began terribly for the family because Alberre's father was diagnosed with pulmonary fibrosis. "We're very, very grateful for this to happen to our store", Alberre said. The jackpot has been steadily rising since April 1, the last time someone matched all the numbers. That anonymous victor, described by his spokeswoman as a United States manufacturing plant worker who graduated from Purdue University, chose the lump-sum cash option of ...
British police revealed the name of the third attacker and announced they had taken another person into custody in the investigation into the London terror attack on Tuesday, a day after saying they had released without charge all 12 people arrested so far.
A CNN panel on Wednesday reacted with shock after seeing Director of National Intelligence Dan Coats and National Security Agency Director Mike Rogers refuse to answer senators' questions about conversations they'd had with President Donald Trump about former FBI Director James Comey .
The ACLU said on Twitter Monday that it would use President Donald Trump's latest series of tweets about the travel ban in ongoing court battles against the ban. The current travel ban is created to restrict travel for 90 days and suspend refugee programs for 120 days so the administration may formally review visa processes for the affected countries.
It was reported that last month, White House officials activated their policy telling other agencies in the government to not respond to oversight requests from Democrats over the Trump-Russia investigation that is being conducted by the Justice Department .
The group held anti-Sharia rallies in more than two dozen cities Saturday; in NY and Chicago, a few dozen anti-Shari demonstrators were also outnumbered by counter-protesters. The group said it supports the rights of those subject to Shariah and opposes discrimination. CAIR urged Americans to participate in one of several local educational events being organized in "a peaceful challenge to Saturday's hate rallies".
While Comey repeatedly declined to get into specifics about the Russia investigation, he said: "The Russians interfered in our election during the 2016 cycle". If Trump did ask Comey to drop the Flynn case, she asked why he would do so. Incredibly, former Federal Bureau of Investigation director James Comey both officially cleared Trump's name and absolutely guaranteed he wouldn't last a year in office.
The Seminoles outslugged the Bearkats, 13-7, and all 20 hits in the game were singles. The FSU baseball team won its fifth consecutive game Saturday, and the opening game in the Super Regional against Sam Houston St. FSU found itself in an early hole but pieced together runs before exploding for three straight RBI singles for a 6-6 tie in the bottom of the seventh.
When Sen. Rob Portman , R-Ohio, who is protective of Ohio's Medicaid expansion, was asked Thursday if they are any closer to an agreement on Medicaid, he simply responded, "Not necessarily". Other Senate GOP centrists from expansion states, including Bill Cassidy of Louisiana, Cory Gardner of Colorado and Jeff Flake of Arizona, also indicated they were moving toward supporting the repeal-and-replace effort despite their objections to the House bill.
In a joint press conference with the president of Romania in the Rose Garden on Friday, President Donald Trump doubled down on his lawyer's claim that defenestrated FBI Director James Comey was wrong in his testimony before the Senate Intelligence Committee .
On Monday, the American Civil Liberties Union (ACLU) said on Twitter that it might include Trump's tweets about the ban in their Supreme Court argument. Although Republicans and Democrats have lashed at the handling of his tweets, more tweets are sent unchecked - despite the president's aides suggesting that a team of lawyers should start checking Trump's tweets .
Republicans have sought to overturn Democratic former President Barack Obama's signature domestic healthcare law since it was enacted in 2010.Whatever the White House's efforts to push ahead with policy plans, there will be a spotlight on testimony by James Comey, the FBI director fired by Trump last month, to the Senate Intelligence Committee on Thursday.Senators will question Comey on whether Trump tried to get him to back off an FBI investigation into ties between the president's 2016 ...
Environmentally minded people came together in downtown Saturday to rally against President Donald Trump's decision to pull the United States out of the Paris climate agreement. The reason for heeding to climate change is clear, as it is less about a sense of moral responsibility than it is about the price of doing business globally.
Protesters scuffle at the state capitol in St. Paul , Minnesota. Anti-Shariah protesters said their demonstration in Santa Clara and San Jose Saturday was organized in response to what they consider to be an existential threat to American democracy.
A majority, 51 percent, of voters also says Trump's Twitter habit hurts USA national security. But those plans were quickly scuppered by another Trump, Donald Jr., who live-tweeted the Capitol Hill hearing and, after boosting one of their early tweets, quickly drowned out the more carefully crafted RNC messaging program.
The organization ACT for America staged rallies in these locations to demonstrate against what it described as the threat of extremist interpretations of Islamic law infecting American democracy. But it was noisy, with groups chanting, yelling and waving American flags and posters proclaiming various issues. "There are so many messages going on that I'm not sure who's who".
Were the White House conversations taped? Comey asks for a one-on-one with the president during the first meeting and then characterizes his next one-on-one as somewhat being cornered and that he was in shock after President Donald Trump said that he "hoped" the Michael Flynn matter could go away.
One of the buses with the student ministry mission had an accident on the way to the Atlanta airport. The spokesperson said 42 adults and students were on the bus, which landed on top of a auto. Fulton County Police said in a news release that the driver then steered to the left, lost control and the bus crossed over an uneven median and rolled over.
Another 42 percent of respondents, though, think the move will hurt the economy. Further talking about India, he added "India would be allowed to double its coal productivity by 2020". Sir, - President Donald Trump's decision to withdraw the United States from the Paris climate agreement has been greeted with a chorus of disapproval around the world.
They said Hernandez was too drunk to defend himself against the much larger Terry Thompson. " Thanks to all the attention, justice is going to be served ". The Sheriff's Office said the husband confronted Hernandez about his behavior, and a fight began. "She was not suspected of a crime, she was the victim", said family attorney Randall Kallinen.
Testifying before the Senate Intelligence Committee, Director of National Intelligence Daniel Coats refused to say whether it was true, as The Washington Post reported Tuesday, that Trump asked Coats if he could reach out to then-FBI Director James B.
Trump reportedly asked Director of National Intelligence Dan Coats and the head of the National Security Agency, Adm. Mike Rogers, to state publicly that there was no collusion between Russian Federation and the Trump campaign. Eric Trump , left, and Donald Trump Jr., executive vice presidents of The Trump Organization, pose for a photograph at an event for Scion Hotels, a division of Trump hotels, Monday, June 5, 2017, in NY.
I mean think of it, I hardly know the man, it doesn't make sense. "I hardly know the man, I'm not going to say, 'I want you to pledge allegiance.' Who would do that? ". Comey testified that Trump asked him to quash an active investigation into one of his associates in February, weeks after the president asked his former FBI director to pledge personal loyalty.
Rodríguez echoed that view, stating, "Comey himself said he understood what he was saying as an order because of the context, and the context matters". The most famous impeachment case against a sitting president, though, came more than 40 years ago when Richard Nixon was investigated over the Watergate break-in and cover-up.
Egypt President Abdel-Fattah el-Sissi has praised President Trump for his role in "the formation of a united front to combat terrorism" after he called on Qatar to stop its financial support of extremist groups. The Ashcroft firm was hired to do a compliance and regulatory view of Qatar's anti-money laundering and counterterrorist financing framework, Sullivan said in an email.
Heinrich said , "I'm simply asking, 'Did that conversation occur?'" Coats responded that he felt it "inappropriate" to answer in a public hearing, and Heinrich laid down the reality: "You realize how simple it would simply be to say, 'No, that never happened?'" Trump reportedly asked Coats and Rogers to state publicly that there was no collusion between Russian Federation and the Trump campaign.
Two US intelligence leaders told Congress Wednesday they were never pressured by the White House , as they were grilled on reports that President Donald Trump urged them to help ease an Federal Bureau of Investigation probe into an aide's Russian Federation ties.
Meanwhile, Mr Robert Mueller, the special counsel investigating possible ties between the Trump election campaign and Russian Federation, is expanding his probe to assume control of a grand jury investigation into Mr Flynn, three sources told Reuters .
Police released a mugshot of Woods following his arrest in the town of Jupiter. He explained that his unconsciousness behind the wheel was not due to alcohol intake but the aftereffects of prescribed medication. "Obviously I don't really know what happened, what went on". The golfer said he didn't realize mixing his medications would affect him so strongly.
But that did not satisfy Democrats, who said there was no reason for them not to divulge the details . Martin Heinrich , a New Mexico Democrat. "I'm asking you, did you have that conversation with Director Comey?" "I don't believe it's appropriate for me to address that in a public session", Coats told the Senate Select Committee on Intelligence.
Security and Investigations of Corpus Christi were at the dealership attempting to apprehend a fugitive, Ramon Michael Hutchinson, 49, of St. Paul, Minnesota. Three people were killed - the two bounty hunters and the suspect they were trying to arrest. "We're not Texas-licensed. And in Texas, the law requires that you be licensed there".
She later said that Trump "hasn't risen to the occasion" of being president and described her honest respect for the office. "There's no question he abused power", Pelosi said. "We are not in disagreement with that", Pelosi responded, pivoting to saying that they need to have facts when making judgments on the presidency and what the Russians tried to do.