FBI Chief Stands by Mueller as GOP Assails Probe as Anti-Trump

  1. FBI Chief Stands by Mueller as GOP Assails Probe as Anti-Trump  Bloomberg
  2. Senate judiciary panel grills Justice inspector general, FBI director on Clinton email probe  USA TODAY
  3. Justice Dept. inspector general, FBI director face Congress on Clinton email report  Chicago Tribune
  4. Deep State – Politics by Dictionary.com  Dictionary.com
  5. The Huge Justice Department IG Report Is Out. What Comes Next?  NPR
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Here's how IHOP, er, IHOb stands on burgers compares to McDonald's, Chili's, others

  1. Here’s how IHOP, er, IHOb stands on burgers compares to McDonald’s, Chili’s, others  USA TODAY
  2. IHOP’s name change is what happens when brands exploit the Internet outrage cycle  Washington Post
  3. IHOP’s name change: What does IHOb stand for?  CBS News
  4. IHOP reveals the mystery of IHOb  CNNMoney
  5. IHOB? Reactions to IHOP’s name change to International House of Burgers  Cincinnati.com
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Iran stands ground on nuclear inspections as France warns of red line

Iran stands ground on nuclear inspections as France warns of red lineBy Francois Murphy and Sudip Kar-Gupta VIENNA/PARIS (Reuters) – Iran will not cooperate more fully with atomic inspectors until a standoff over its nuclear deal is resolved, its U.N. envoy said, as one signatory warned Tehran against moving ahead with preparations to boost its uranium enrichment capacity. Tehran meanwhile signaled its resolve to expand its enrichment capability by detailing plans to build advanced centrifuges — the machines that enrich uranium. European powers have been scrambling to salvage the agreement they signed in 2015 since U.S. President Donald Trump pulled Washington out last month and said he would reimpose far-reaching U.S. sanctions on Iran.


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China stands to gain in Iran after US quits nuclear deal

China stands to gain in Iran after US quits nuclear dealThe US decision to reimpose sanctions on Iran could scare off European investors but oil-thirsty China may step into the void and ramp up business links with the country. China, which is already Iran’s top trade partner and one of its biggest buyers of crude, has signalled that it intends to keep working with the Islamic regime despite the US move. Beijing is a signatory of the 2015 Iran nuclear deal that had eased sanctions on Tehran, but President Donald Trump quit the accord earlier this month and said Washington would reinstate punitive measures.


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