. 1 Russia investigation
Some recent developments in the ongoing investigation in Russia: Former deputy FBI director Andrew McCabe has a memorandum in connection with the dismissal of his former boss, FBI director James Comey, to Special Adviser Robert Mueller had written for a source familiar with the matter. The memo describes McCabe's impressions of a meeting with Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein in which they talked about Comey's firing. Meanwhile, President Donald Trump rejoined Twitter on Wednesday to express his regret over electing Jeff Sessions as his attorney general after reports of an angry meeting between the two men surfaced last year. At this point it is quite common knowledge that Trump is extremely frustrated with Sessions' decision to distance himself from the Russia investigation in early 201
. 2 Russian journalist
A Russian journalist is back from the dead, but his roller coaster experience leaves the world with questions. Earlier this week, the Ukrainian police reported that the journalist and Kremlin critic Arkady Babchenko had been killed in an obvious contract. This development has been worrying as Russian journalists and alleged political enemies of the Russian state in Ukraine are sometimes inexplicably dead. Babchenko, however, came back alive and well on Wednesday during a press conference. He said that Ukrainian officials had actually saved his life and made him aware of an assassination attempt. Fake news of his death was part of the plan to derail it.
. 3 Kim Kardashian West
In other perfectly normal political news, Trump met with Kim Kardashian West on Wednesday to discuss the prison reform. We really live in a Mad Libs book! Kardashian West was expected to meet officials in the White House, including senior adviser Jared Kushner. The entrepreneur and reality TV star has campaigned for the release of low-level drug offender named Alice Marie Johnson, who has served more than 20 years in prison. The visit of celebrity comes at an interesting time: About a month ago, her husband, rapper Kanye West, made a series of unexpected and controversial revelations, including his deep admiration for Trump.
. 4 Extreme Weather
Alberto may have been demoted from a subtropical storm to subtropical depression, but it still carves out a path of destruction and death in the southeast. At least four people have died in North Carolina this week since Alberto went ashore. The last deaths occurred on Wednesday, when two people were found in a collapsed house in the western part of the state. Landslides, evacuations and flash floods were also reported in other states that felt Alberto's heavy rainfall. The system is said to be entering the Ohio Valley and the Great Lakes region today.
. 5 Harvey Weinstein
The next chapter of the scandal that has irrevocably changed Hollywood and triggered nationwide discussions about power and sexual misconduct has begun. On Wednesday, a New York grand jury film producer accused Harvey Weinstein of rape in the first and third degree and first criminal sexual act. He was charged with the same lawsuit last week and was denied custody for issuing a $ 1 million cash deposit. He pleaded not guilty. It's been seven months since women began stories of the famous Hollywood mogul's sexual misconduct, and criminal investigations are ongoing in New York, Los Angeles, and London over his behavior.
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Finally all participants can agree: That sounds depressing.
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So we can put this theory to bed.
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