Burr's statement walks back a comment hours earlier he made to reporters that Flynn would not cooperate with the intelligence committee's subpoena request. In fact, the oversight committee released detailed email and payment records months ago showing that the source of Flynn's payment of more than $33,000 was RT, the Russian state-sponsored television network that has been labeled a propaganda network by USA intelligence.
Trump's choice of the word "peace" regarding the North Korea issue has also shed light on whether there is room for change in Washington's current North Korea policy of "maximum pressure and engagement". Moon has sent envoys to the United States, China , Japan and the European Union this week in what the government has called "pre-emptive diplomacy".
Reporters Without Borders (RWB), meantime, ranks Saudi Arabia a dismal 168 out of 180 countries in its World Press Freedom Index. Trump's remark during that news conference is the clearest statement of policy on the issue from the administration to date.
Trump appeared to be conflating the city where information on the plot was uncovered - considered by some critics to be a giveaway as to the information's sourcing - and the intelligence service that uncovered it. "King Salman feels very strongly and, I can tell you, would love to see peace with Israel and the Palestinians". Nothing Trump said today in Israel disputes those facts - or explains them.
Djokovic will not only have the crocodile in Paris , he'll also have the services of Andre Agassi . Agassi is not just a former great who "understands the game amazingly well" but someone who Djokovic describes as a "person that can contribute to my life on and off the court a lot".
If the explosion is confirmed as a terrorist attack it would be the deadliest in Britain since four suicide bombers killed 52 London commuters on three subway trains and a bus in July 2005. "We were making our way out and when we were right by the door there was a massive explosion and everybody was screaming". "We just ran as fast as we could to get away from that area", Lunt said.
Britain's third biggest city was hit in 1996 by a massive auto bomb planted at a shopping centre by the Irish Liberation Army (IRA) which wounded more than 200 people. More than 400 officers are deployed to deal with the terrorist attack, it added. "We can confirm there was an incident as people were leaving the Ariana Grande show last night", it said.
White House officials believe the President has the backing of Republican allies in Congress and that impeachment is not in the cards, according to the people briefed on the legal discussions. So far , two House Democrats - Reps. The Politico/Morning Consult tracking poll found 51 percent of voters surveyed said it was inappropriate, while 22 percent said it was appropriate for Trump to share intelligence about the Islamic State gleaned from an ally.
Manchester Arena said the incident "took place outside the venue in a public space". The singer's manager, Scooter Braun, said in a statement , "Words can not express our sorrow for the victims and families harmed in this senseless attack".
Juventus confirmed the news in a statement released on their website on Monday evening, and revealed they will pay Chelsea £17.3m in three instalments for the Colombia worldwide who has spent this season on loan in Turin. The Colombian initially joined the Blues from Fiorentina in January 2015 during Jose Mourinho's spell in charge. "The fee in line with the agreement is €20 million payable in three installments from the coming 2017-18 season".
A video posted on Twitter showed fans, many of them young, screaming and running from the venue. DHS says it is closely monitoring the situation at Manchester Arena and working with United Kingdom officials to obtain additional information about the cause of the explosion.
Does Trump have a plan? On Sunday, Israel authorised some economic concessions to the Palestinians that it said would improve civilian life in areas controlled by the Palestinian Authority and were meant to respond to Trump's request for "confidence-building steps".
Confusion followed as people fled in search of safety, and the sound of wailing sirens soon cut through the smoky air outside the arena. "This is now being treated as a terrorist incident until police know otherwise", police said in a statement .
President Donald Trump said Monday he never mentioned the word "Israel" as the source of intelligence about ISIS during a meeting with the Russian Foreign Minister, while Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu insisted that "intelligence cooperation is terrific" with the United States .
Pentagon officials have said in the past that the USA military would defend its forces if they were threatened inside Syria by Assad's government. In a second incident near al-Tanf, U.S. fighter jets intercepted a Syrian SU-22 fighter-bomber that had entered air space near the base. Syrian state media provided no precise figures about the number of casualties, but the so-called Syrian Observatory for Human Rights said eight people were killed in the attack.
Hassan Rouhani, who was returned as Iranian president in weekend elections , later said: "You can't solve terrorism just by giving your people's money to a superpower". South Africa has also stood with Iran in the face of unilaterally imposed sanctions. For decades, Saudi Arabia and Iran have competed for religious leadership and political influence across the Muslim world and beyond.
The Congressional Budget Office estimated the Department of Health and Human Services would pay some $ 7 billion in subsidies - technically termed "cost-sharing reductions" - and that that total would rise to $16 billion by 2027. Price , the case about the ACA's cost-sharing reductions". "Make no mistake, President Trump and Republicans own every premium increase that they have caused through their action and inactions to undermine the health insurance markets", said Dach.
US officials have been far less sanguine about the test of a long-range KN-17, or Hwasong-12, missile just over a week ago, which USA officials believe survived re-entry to some degree. Even so, the test defies United Nations Security Council resolutions and sanctions. Tensions are high in the region over the nuclear-armed North's weapons ambitions, and the incident comes only two days after its latest missile launch.
White House staffers, shell-shocked from the daily barrage of bad news, were soldiering on, trying to keep the focus on a trip that could bring some significant achievements. Headlines in the U.S. media scream that the Trump administration is falling apart; to Americans, this is Trump's mess. Clashes among Trump aides also create an environment in which staff leak to undercut rivals.
The daily onslaught against him from the capitalist establishment, from Labour grandees like Mandelson and Blair, underlines the importance of us campaigning on the streets, with rallies and protests, and with material that can reach workers and young people to convince them that we can kick the Tories out and end austerity.