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Trump Says Comey and Others ‘Committed Many Crimes’

Photo President Trump met with governors and members of Congress at the White House on Thursday. Credit Doug Mills/The New York Times WASHINGTON — President Trump resumed his attacks Monday on James B. Comey, the former F.B.I. director, and said that Mr. Comey, his former deputy and others “committed many …

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‘Mission Accomplished!’ But What Is the Mission in Syria?

“However, I don’t think the strike clarifies U.S. policy,” said Meghan O’Sullivan, who oversaw the Iraq war as Mr. Bush’s deputy national security adviser. “In theory, there is not necessarily an inconsistency between a targeted, multilateral strike against chemical weapons sites and the withdrawal of troops that have been fighting …

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Google loses ‘right to be forgotten’ case

A businessman fighting for the “right to be forgotten” has won a UK High Court action against Google. The man, who has not been named due to reporting restrictions surrounding the case, wanted search results about a past crime he had committed removed from the search engine. The judge, Mr …

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Who is losing out from Trump’s tariffs?

Image caption Will Hutchinson, a fourth generation farmer from Tennessee, says trade between the US and China is “vitally important” The US-China trade dispute is starting to have consequences. US tariffs on foreign steel and aluminium went into effect last month. China’s retaliatory duties on more than 100 US imports, …

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James Comey’s ABC Interview Is Tonight. Catch Up on the Feud.

An inauguration and a termination Here is a timeline of Mr. Comey’s short tenure as F.B.I. director under Mr. Trump. Mr. Comey met the president-elect for the first time in January 2017, during an intelligence briefing about Russian meddling in the election. In meetings and conversations afterward, Mr. Comey has …

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Trump Sees Inquiry Into Cohen as Greater Threat Than Mueller

The documents seized by prosecutors could shed light on the president’s relationship with a lawyer who has helped navigate some of Mr. Trump’s thorniest personal and business dilemmas. Mr. Cohen served for more than a decade as a trusted fixer and, during the campaign, helped tamp down brewing scandals about …

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Trump to Impose New Sanctions on Russia Over Syria Gas Attack

Photo The Trump administration plans to impose new sanctions against Russia on Monday, the third round enacted by the administration against Russia in the past four weeks. Credit Tom Brenner/The New York Times WASHINGTON — The Trump administration plans to impose new sanctions against Russia on Monday to punish it …

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