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Tuesday, May 16, 2017
|Saved Stories - None|
|Can Putin destroy Trump? - UK Progressive Magazine|
|Putin Doesn't See Eye-To-Eye With Trump On North Korea - The Denver Channel|
|Trump to light White House blue to support police who face unfair defamation and vilification|
|Embattled White House press secretary Sean Spicer a fundraising draw for Virginia GOP|
White House press secretary Sean Spicer, whose combative briefings have turned him into a national celebrity, is being promoted as the main draw at a fundraiser on Thursday night to benefit the Republican Party of Virginia. The event, for which Spicer is billed as the special guest, is slated to take place at the Trump […]
|Trump to voluntarily file personal financial disclosure for 2016|
|Trump acknowledges facts shared with Russian envoys during White House meeting|
|Russia - Google News: Donald Trump Defends Sharing Information With Russia - New York Times|
Russia - Google News
|russia as mafia state - Google News: Under Trump, Everything Is Wrong in Washington - Newsweek|
russia as mafia state - Google News
|russia and the west - Google News: Trump's Disclosures Are a Victory for Russia - The Atlantic|
russia and the west - Google News
|The Latest: McConnell says GOP could use 'less drama'|
WASHINGTON (AP) -- The Latest on the report that President Donald Trump shared classified information with Russian officials (all times EDT):...
|McConnell: 'We could do with a little less drama from the White House' - Politico|
|Trump Defends Sharing Intelligence 'Facts' With Russia|
President Donald Trump said on Twitter that he had an absolute right to share facts pertaining to terrorism, in response to reports he shared intelligence from a close U.S. ally with the Russian foreign minister and ambassador.
|North Korea's Cyberwarfare Capabilities in Focus After Ransomware Assault|
The ransomware assault infecting computers in more than 100 countries bears some of the hallmarks of previous attacks by North Korea, offering a reminder of the secretive nations cyberwarfare capabilities.
|Bragging about our intel to Russia? Trump is too needy to be president - The Guardian|
|'Pay Trump bribes here' sign projected onto Trump's DC hotel - CNN|
|Syrian government denies U.S. claim of crematorium at prison|
BEIRUT (Reuters) - The Syrian government on Tuesday denied U.S. accusations that a crematorium had been built at one of its prisons that could be used to dispose of detainees' remains, saying the claim was devoid of truth.
|Spread of combat, cholera wreaks misery, collapse in Yemen|
DUBAI/CAIRO (Reuters) - Spilling into the hallways of crowded Yemeni hospitals, children writhe in pain from cholera. Displaced villagers roam baking hot plains and barren mountains to evade warring militias.
|Donald Trump Defends Sharing Intelligence With Russia|
A White House television showed a news report on Monday about President Trumps recent Oval Office meeting with Russian officials.
|Missile Defense 101: N. Korea could hit with little warning|
TOKYO (AP) -- The scenario has become pretty familiar by now. Sometime in the early morning, a missile roars off its launcher in North Korea and flies off - to a splash zone somewhere in the Pacific Ocean. But what if Pyongyang wasn't just testing its hardware or drilling its troops? How long would it take to hit its real-world, primary targets?...
|Facebook Gets Slap on the Wrist from 2 European Privacy Regulators|
A booth at a Facebook conference in San Jose, Calif., last month. On Tuesday, Dutch and French authorities said that the way the company employed information it collected on users worldwide broke their data protection rules.
|Donald Trump Defends Sharing Information With Russia - New York Times|
|Trump acknowledges 'facts' shared with Russian envoys during White House meeting - Washington Post|
|Hourly News Summary: NPR News: 05-16-2017 8AM ET|
NPR News: 05-16-2017 8AM ET
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Hourly News Summary
|French investigate suspected accomplice in militant attacks|
PARIS (Reuters) - An Algerian has been put under formal investigation in France on suspicion of aiding deadly Islamist militant attacks in Paris in late 2015 and an earlier failed attack on a cross-border high-speed train, a judicial source said on Tuesday.
|Trump, in tweets, defends his sharing of information with Russians|
WASHINGTON (Reuters) - U.S. President Donald Trump on Tuesday defended his decision to disclose information to Russian officials during a White House meeting last week, saying he had an "absolute right" to share "facts pertaining to terrorism and airline flight safety."
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