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|Comey: 'I love this job' - Washington Post|
|Comey faces Senate grilling on FBI investigations into 2016 election - Los Angeles Times|
|5 Takeaways From James Comey's Hearing - New York Times|
|'The Daily': On Comey's Mild Nausea - New York Times|
|Comey Refuses To Publicly Address FBI Ties To 'Peeing Russian Prostitutes' Dossier - Breitbart News|
|Private Hearing With Intelligence Chiefs Revives House Inquiry on Russia - New York Times|
|Comey's poor choices - Washington Post|
|Fight Brews Over Push to Shield Americans in Warrantless Surveillance - New York Times|
|Private Hearing With Intelligence Chiefs Revives House Inquiry on Russia|
Lawmakers heard from the director of the F.B.I. and the head of the National Security Agency, and the investigations leaders said they were inviting more witnesses and requesting documents.
|THE DRIVE: Trump signs spending bill; FBI paid big to open iPhone - Ocala|
|USA TODAY asks FBI to probe rise in fake Facebook followers - USA TODAY|
|Senator says FBI paid $900K for iPhone hacking tool - News Talk Florida|
|Russias 4 Syrian ceasefire zones Kremlin spin|
May 6, 2017, 12:54 PM (IDT)The widely reported Kremlin plan to set up four safe or “de-escalation” zones, that were supposed to have gone into effect in Syria Friday night, May 5, turns out to be nothing but a propaganda ploy. The spin factor leaps to the eye from the small print of the plan released by Gen. Sergey Rudskoy, head of Russian General Staffs Operations Division, Friday night.
|Can Russian Safe Zones Solve Syria?|
From left, Col. Gen. Sergei Rudskoi of the Russian General Staff, Deputy Defense Minister Alexander Fomin and Lt. Gen. Stanislav Gadzhimagomedov attend a briefing in the Defense Ministry in Moscow, Russia, Friday, May 5, 2017.
|Trump Transition Team Raised Flags About Flynn, Russia Contacts|
In late November, a member of Donald Trump's transition team approached national security officials in the Obama White House with a curious request: Could the incoming team get a copy of the classified CIA profile on Sergey Kislyak, Russia's ambassador to the United States? Marshall Billingslea, a former Pentagon and NATO official, wanted the information for his boss, Michael Flynn, who had been tapped by Trump to serve as White House national security adviser. Billingslea knew...
|Merkel calls on Putin to support gay rights in Chechnya video|
Angela Merkel says she has asked Vladimir Putin to help protect the rights of gay people in Chechnya after reports of persecution. Merkel made the remarks during a visit to Russia for talks expected to focus on the unresolved conflict in eastern Ukraine
|Trump's day in tweets: Friday, May 5 - Los Angeles Times|
|Trump: Hazardous to Our Health - New York Times|
|Russia says Helsinki Would be Fitting Venue for Putin-Trump Meeting - Voice of America|
|Fight Brews Over Push to Shield Americans in Warrantless Surveillance|
Privacy-minded lawmakers in Congress look to limit the N.S.A.s use of information about Americans that it incidentally collects while spying on foreigners.
|Leaked document indicates big proposed cuts to drug czar's office - 89.3 KPCC|
|Amid Putin 'bromance,' Steven Seagal banned from Ukraine as national security threat - Washington Post|
|Unsurprisingly, Networks Refuse To Air Donald Trump's 'Fake News' Ad Against Them - Huffington post (press release) (blog)|
|GOP congressman: Nobody dies because they don't have access to health care" - CBS News|
|U.S. Pressures Abbas to End Controversial Family Payments|
The U.S., hoping to revive stalled Israeli-Palestinian peace talks, is pressuring Palestinian leader Mahmoud Abbas to end payments to families with relatives imprisoned in Israeli jails and to families of those killed while attacking Israelis.