Trump Met With DOJ Leaders A Day After Tweeting His "Demand" They Launch An Investigation

  1. Trump Met With DOJ Leaders A Day After Tweeting His “Demand” They Launch An Investigation  BuzzFeed News
  2. FBI source in Russia probe raises alarms over political surveillance  The Hill
  3. Trump’s Business Schemes Warrant Their Own Investigation  The Atlantic
  4. Mueller Hopes Obstruction Inquiry Into Trump May Wrap Up by Sept. 1, Giuliani Says  New York Times
  5. Did Rosenstein and Wray play Trump?  Washington Post
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'We just have to heal a different way': Santa Fe, Parkland diverge after school shootings

  1. ‘We just have to heal a different way’: Santa Fe, Parkland diverge after school shootings  NBCNews.com
  2. Santa Fe school shooter’s father says bullying led to mass shooting  New York Daily News
  3. We asked every member of the House of Representatives about the Parkland gun policy agenda. Here’s what they said.  Washington Post
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EPA reverses course, lets reporters into hearing after outcry

  1. EPA reverses course, lets reporters into hearing after outcry  The Hill
  2. EPA will move to label chemical found in drinking water ‘hazardous’  ABC News
  3. EPA blocks some media from summit, then reverses course  Yahoo News
  4. The Latest: EPA bars AP, CNN from summit on contaminants – AP News  AP News
  5. White House, EPA headed off chemical pollution study  Politico
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Border agent demands ID from woman in Montana after hearing her speak Spanish

  1. Border agent demands ID from woman in Montana after hearing her speak Spanish  CNN
  2. Border Patrol agent questions, detains women who spoke Spanish in Montana  WLS-TV
  3. Why Spanish speakers in US are getting into trouble  BBC News
  4. Two Americans were detained by a Border Patrol agent after he heard them speaking Spanish  Washington Post
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Meghan Markle Is in Full Duchess Mode Just 3 Days After the Royal Wedding: See the Photos

  1. Meghan Markle Is in Full Duchess Mode Just 3 Days After the Royal Wedding: See the Photos  PEOPLE.com
  2. Harry and Meghan attend first royal event since wedding  BBC News
  3. Thanks to Markle’s dad, Mexican town swept up in royal wedding frenzy  Yahoo News
  4. Prince Harry pays tribute to Princess Diana in ‘tearful speech’ at wedding reception (Exclusive)  AOL
  5. Advice for Thomas Markle, Father of the Bride  New York Times
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Putin's 'unlimited range' nuclear missile crashed after 22 miles, US intelligence sources claim

Putin's 'unlimited range' nuclear missile crashed after 22 miles, US intelligence sources claimThe Kremlin has denied US claims that Russia’s nuclear-powered cruise missile with “unlimited” range crashed after only 22 miles.  The weapon was one of a range of “invincible” nuclear arms announced by Vladimir Putin during a speech in March.  “Since its range is unlimited, it can manoeuvre as long as you want,” Mr Putin said. “For now, no one in the world has anything like this.” But sources with direct knowledge of a US intelligence report told CNBC that four tests of the missile between November and February all resulted in crashes.  The longest flight lasted two minutes and covered 22 miles, while shortest ended only four seconds and five miles after launch, they said.  CNN previously quoted a US official as saying the cruise missile had crashed during tests. Mr Putin’s spokesman Dmitry Peskov denied the reported US intelligence findings when asked on Tuesday.  An Iskander ballistic missile rolls through Red Square during the Victory Day parade on May 9 Credit: Mikhail Svetlov/Getty Images “Listen to the president of Russia Vladimir Putin and believe him,” Mr Peskov said.  After taking off with conventional fuel, the cruise missile is designed to be powered by a small nuclear reactor during flight. Although Mr Putin had said the nuclear unit had successfully powered up and “provided the necessary level of thrust,” US intelligence claimed this component had failed to start.  Kremlin officials allegedly ordered the tests over objections from engineers that the weapon system was not ready.  The US intelligence report did not mention the health or environmental impacts potentially caused by damages to the missile’s reactor. We are in Dr. Strangelove: Putin has promised a nuclear-powered nuclear missile with an “unlimited range.” “No one in the world has such a thing” pic.twitter.com/hqPwWk9l0n— Alec Luhn (@ASLuhn) March 1, 2018 Vladimir Putin first touted the cruise missile during a sabre-rattling March speech in which he said Russia had developed “invincible” nuclear arms including a glider warhead, hypersonic missile and underwater drone. One of the accompanying computer animations showed warheads raining down on Florida. The “Dagger” hypersonic missiles Mr Putin mentioned were later displayed on the belly of MiG-31 jets roaring over Red Square during the annual Victory Day parade this month.   The new nuclear weapons were designed to overcome US missile defence systems in countries like Poland and Romania, which “violate the strategic balance” between nuclear powers, he argued.  “No one wanted to listen to us. Listen to us now,” Mr Putin said.  The hypersonic missile seen over Red Square during the parade is known as the “Kinzhal,” or “Dagger” Credit: Pavel Golovkin/AP Photo The speech raised fears of a Cold War-style arms race, as US president Donald Trump promised this year to expand the US nuclear arsenal to Russia. While the Russian cruise missile does not appear to be ready, the hypersonic glider warhead able to penetrate US defences will be operational by 2020, CNBC quoted US officials as saying.  Russia tested the highly manoeuvrable weapon twice in 2016, they said. A third test launch in 2017 crashed seconds before hitting its target, but Moscow is expected to try again this summer.  


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Venezuelans contemplate their future after Maduro's win

  1. Venezuelans contemplate their future after Maduro’s win  BBC News
  2. Trump hits Venezuela over criticized presidential election  Los Angeles Times
  3. Venezuelan Opposition Claims Moral Win, Lacks Strategy to Oust Maduro  U.S. News & World Report
  4. How I Voted in Venezuela’s (Non) Election  New York Times
  5. After Venezuela Strongman’s Victory, Isolated Nation Faces Growing Chaos  Wall Street Journal
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