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Russian billionaire with U.S. investments backed alleged agent Maria Butina, according to a person familiar with her Senate testimony
Konstantin Nikolaev, a transportation magnate who was in Washington during President Trump’s inauguration, was in contact with Butina as she launched a gun rights group.
July 22nd, 14:37h
Author: Rosalind S. Helderman
Rare waterspout attracts beach-goers
The rare phenomenon appeared off the coast of a seaside town.
July 22nd, 13:59h
Author: BBC News
Afghan strongman escapes airport blast
Ten die but Abdul Rashid Dostum is unhurt, as he returns to Kabul from self-imposed exile.
July 22nd, 13:53h
Author: BBC News
Israel has finally come out as an ethno-religious state
The only thing left for Palestinians to do is fight for one state espousing democracy and secularism.
July 22nd, 13:50h
Author: Haidar Eid
The Latest: Ex-NTSB chairman: Duck boats prone to accidents
BRANSON, Mo. (AP) — The Latest on a deadly tourist boat accident in Missouri (all times local): 7:40 p.m. A former chairman of the National Transportation Safety Board says duck boats aren't designed for commercial recreational use. James Hall said Saturday that the boat's design makes the World War II-era vessels prone to the kind of accidents that led to the sinking of a duck boat Thursday on a Missouri lake. The sinking killed 17 people. Hall says the amphibious vessel should be banned from such use. He says he doesn't believe there's a way to make the vehicles safe, particularly in bad weather conditions. He says ducks boats are an amphibious vehicle designed for an assault on beaches. Most oversight for the vessels is provided by the U.S. Coast Guard, but Hall says the Coast Guard isn't staffed properly to provide the type of strict oversight necessary to ensure such operations are safe. Hall was appointed chairman of the NTSB in 1993 by President Bill Clinton. He served as its chairman from 1994 to 2001
July 22nd, 13:46h
Tracking Tiger: Will Tiger Woods make a run Sunday to win The Open Championship?
Looking for his first major title since the 2008 U.S. Open, follow along as Tiger Woods makes a final Sunday push at The Open Championship.
July 22nd, 13:41h
Ex-Trump aide surveillance documents released
The documents show the FBI believed Carter Page was "collaborating and conspiring" with Russia.
July 22nd, 13:38h
Author: BBC News
Without Evidence, Trump Claims Vindication From Release of Carter Page Documents
President Trump claimed that the surveillance warrant against Mr. Page proves wrongdoing on the part of the F.B.I. in asking to wiretap the former aide.
July 22nd, 13:38h
Author: http://www.nytimes.com/by/katie-rogers
In Arizona, liberals debate forgiving candidate's moderation
PHOENIX (AP) — Democratic Rep. Kyrsten Sinema says Immigration and Customs Enforcement, the agency that some in her party are clamoring to abolish, is performing an "important function." She recently joined House Republicans to ease restrictions on banks. And she offered a decidedly nonpartisan comment on conservative Judge Brett Kavanaugh's nomination to the Supreme Court. The third-term congresswoman has come a long way from her days as a Green Party activist as she tries to become the first Democrat to represent Arizona in the Senate in 30 years.
July 22nd, 13:32h
Author: THOMAS BEAUMONT and MELISSA DANIELS
Dogs built their own society around the abandoned nuclear plant at Chernobyl. Now you can adopt one.
Wild dogs, which have thrived since the nuclear accident, forming their own society amid the asphalt of the vast industrial complex, have captured the hearts of cleanup workers. A charity is now bringing them to America.
July 22nd, 13:32h
Author: Lisa Spear
Macron's bodyguard cancels wedding to face police questions
Alexandre Benalla was due to marry at weekend but was called to appear before judge
July 22nd, 13:32h
Author: Kim Willsher
President Trump claims FISA court documents vindicate his position
Trump is describing the release of hundreds of pages of documents sent to a secret federal surveillance court about a former campaign aide as confirming his position that the Justice Department "misled the courts."
July 22nd, 13:32h
UK set for hottest day of year as heatwave continues
Met Office says temperatures in east and south-east likely to top 33C recorded in north Wales last month
July 22nd, 13:25h
Former Trump aide Carter Page denies working as Kremlin adviser: 'It's so ridiculous'
Carter Page, a former campaign aide to Trump, denied assertions leveled by investigators that he was collaborating with the Russian government .
July 22nd, 13:21h
Girl, 12, fights for life after getting into difficulty while swimming in river
We'll be bringing you the very latest updates, pictures and video on this breaking news story
July 22nd, 13:20h
Author: Rachel Bishop
Hundreds of holidaymakers evacuated from beach as huge fire breaks out in dunes
Smoke was seen billowing from the beach as numerous tourists fled from holiday homes at the resort on the east coast of Ireland
July 22nd, 13:18h
Author: Rachel Bishop
FBI releases FISA records on Carter Page surveillance
It was the first time the government had ever made public copies of top-secret orders seeking wiretaps of an American under the Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Act.
July 22nd, 13:13h
Grandmother shot, hostages held at supermarket; 1 woman dead
About three hours after taking hostages in a Los Angeles supermarket, a gunman surrendered. One woman was killed inside the store, Mayor Eric Garcetti said.
July 22nd, 13:11h
Author: Christopher Weber and Michael Balsamo
Brazil’s Military Strides Into Politics, by the Ballot or by Force
Scores of former officers are running for office. And if the ballot box doesn’t work, some former officials warn of a possible military coup.
July 22nd, 13:10h
Author: https://www.nytimes.com/by/ernesto-londono
After Trump’s Fed Comments, Mnuchin Offers a Clarification
Steven Mnuchin, the Treasury secretary, said that the administration would not interfere with the decisions of the Federal Reserve or move to manipulate the value of the dollar.
July 22nd, 13:10h
Author: https://www.nytimes.com/by/alan-rappeport