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Washington Post
Special counsel is investigating Trump for possible obstruction of justice, officials say
Washington Post
The special counsel overseeing the investigation into Russia's role in the 2016 election is interviewing senior intelligence officials as part of a widening probe that now includes an examination of whether President Trump attempted to obstruct justice ...

Washington Post
An inferno seemingly from another time or place kills 12 in London
Washington Post
LONDON — Through the night and deep into the day, the crackling fire raged, sweeping through apartments and destroying lives like an out-of-control inferno from an earlier century, or perhaps from a less-affluent part of the world. But this was London.

Financial Times
Turkish Minister Lands in Qatar Aiming to Help Ease Gulf Rift
New York Times
ANKARA/DOHA — Turkey sent its foreign minister to Qatar on Wednesday as part of a drive to repair Qatar's rift with fellow Gulf Arab states. Saudi Arabia, Egypt, the United Arab Emirates and Bahrain have broken off ties and imposed sanctions on Qatar, ...

Washington Post
After his release from North Korean detention, Otto Warmbier's hometown waits, anxiously, for news
Washington Post
WYOMING, Ohio — When news broke Tuesday morning that Otto Warmbier would be coming home, finally, after a year and a half of detainment in North Korea, blue and white ribbons began appearing on trees in his hometown. By noon, the entire stretch of ...

Raw Story
'Can we please get a grip?': Robert Reich calls for unity after baseball practice shooting
Raw Story
Former U.S. Secretary of Labor Robert Reich called for unity in the aftermath of the shooting on Wednesday morning at a Republican baseball practice. He decried those who are rushing to politicize the shooting like Donald Trump Jr. who blamed “liberal ...

News18
US-Led Airstrikes in Syria Killed Hundreds of Civilians, UN Panel Says
New York Times
GENEVA — Airstrikes by the American-led coalition against Islamic State targets have killed hundreds of civilians around Raqqa, the militant group's last Syrian stronghold, and left 160,000 people displaced, a United Nations panel said on Wednesday.

Washington Post
Senate overwhelmingly votes to curtail Trump's power to ease Russia sanctions
Washington Post
The Senate voted overwhelmingly Wednesday to allow Congress to block any efforts by the president to scale back sanctions against Russia, and to strengthen those sanctions in retaliation for Moscow's alleged interference in the 2016 election and its ...

CNN
Two arrested after brawl outside Turkish ambassador's residence in DC
CNN
Washington (CNN) Two men were arrested by federal law enforcement agents early Wednesday morning in connection with a violent altercation that occurred outside the Turkish ambassador's residence in Washington, DC last month, according to the US ...

CBS News
Iranian Navy Missile Boat Harasses Three US Navy Ships, Marine Helo in Strait of Hormuz
USNI News
THE PENTAGON – Three U.S. Navy ships and a Marine helicopter were harassed during a night transit of the Strait of Hormuz on Tuesday, U.S. 5th Fleet officials told USNI News on Wednesday. An Iranian Navy Houdong-class guided-missile boat came ...

CNN
Republican lawmaker received threatening email after Congressional baseball shooting
CNN
Washington (CNN) GOP Rep. Claudia Tenney received a threatening email following the shooting in Alexandria, Virginia at a baseball practice for Congressional Republicans ahead of a charity game. The email sent to Tenney had the subject line "One down ...

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