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The witness of impeachment asks the federal judge to decide if he is obliged to testify

Charles Kupperman, Deputy National Security Adviser to the White House until last month, filed a lawsuit on Friday requesting a federal judge to decide if he is required to testify against investigators. The case poses a new challenge for House Democrats seeking to co-operate with Trump's close-knit staff. Kupperman, who works closely with former national security adviser John Bolton, is …

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The court that could decide on the future of Trump's presidency

The US Court of Appeals for the District of Columbia Circuit – known as the DC Circuit and the country's "second highest court" – examines the powers of federal regulators and the executive. DC Circuit's portfolio has long been at the center of disputes over possible White House misconduct, including Watergate's in the Nixon years, the Iran-Contra scandal of the …

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Brexit: Special session for MPs to decide on the future of Britain

Image Rights British Parliament MPs are called to Parliament on a special Saturday, which takes place on a crucial day for the future of Brexit. Parliament will meet on 19 October following a critical EU summit – the last opportunity for the United Kingdom and the EU to reach an agreement before 31 October. If an agreement is reached, Boris …

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If Facebook has the reality, it's impossible to decide against it

Facebook is a company that has been confronted with numerous lawsuits and congressional requests for handling sensitive user information. She is accused of having undue influence on politics, social issues and facts. He has routinely failed to prevent bad actors from lying, cheating, and stealing with their systems. And yet, more than 2 billion people sign up for Facebook each …

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Supreme Court: The suspension of parliament was illegal, judges decide

Media playback is not supported on your device. Media Title The Supreme Court declared "Parliament was not promulgated". Boris Johnson's decision to suspend the parliament was unlawful. The Supreme Court has ruled. Mr. Johnson suspended Parliament for five weeks earlier this month – or canceled it for five weeks – but the court said it was wrong to prevent MPs …

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Is he a stalker or just a very meticulous researcher? A US judge will decide

Is Randeep Hothi a stalker, a harasser, a perpetrator of violence and an immediate threat? Or is he a gentle scientist engaged in legal, albeit unorthodox, research for his investments? Is Tesla's Elon Musk an intimidator who uses his wealth, power, and Twitter account to silence critics? Or is he just trying to protect his employees from possible damage? These …

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Google can not decide if it's a Google Home or a Nest Home in a funny tweet

When Google's big nest rebranding hit, products like the Home Hub were renamed the Google Nest Hub and confusedly distinguished themselves from the Home Series smartphones, which they share more than anyone else. " Nest "" Branded Hardware: Originally, Google seemed to have changed all the content of the "Home" brand into "Google Nest," but Google later confirmed that its …

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Trump will decide on China tariffs after meeting Xi

US. President Donald Trump accompanies Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin on April 21, 2017 in Washington, USA. Kevin Lamarque | Reuters US. Following a meeting with his Chinese counterpart this month, President Donald Trump will make a decision in Japan on whether China should receive further tariffs. This is from the perspective of US Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin, who told CNBC …

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