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Donald Trump ex-lawyer hints could flip against US president

Donald Trump’s former personal lawyer, facing potential arrest in New York, has declared his first loyalty is to his family and the country, signaling a willingness to cooperate with prosecutors against the president.

Pakistani terrorist leader Mullah Fazlullah killed in drone strike

The Pakistani terrorist leader who ordered the assassination of Malala Yousafzai has been killed in a drone strike, Afghan officials say.

Nude gunman kills three at US restaurant

A nude gunman shot dead three people and injured at least four more in the early hours of Sunday at a restaurant on the outskirts of Nashville, Tennessee, police said.

Donald Trump: James Comey’s ‘memos’ are self serving, fake!

Donald Trump launched into another furious Twitter tirade against James Comey on Sunday, hours before the broadcast of an extended interview with the fired former FBI director and with a memoir detailing his interactions with the president soon to hit US bookstores.

Donald Trump demands prosecution of ex-FBI chief James Comey

US President Donald Trump called for the prosecution of former FBI chief James Comey on Friday, unleashing a vitriolic response to the lawman’s tell-all memoir.

South Korea fines Facebook for slowing user internet connections

South Korea’s telecom authority is fining Facebook 396 million won (approximately $369,705) for slowing down user internet connections in 2016 and 2017.

Florida students plan march on Washington DC

Florida students who survived a mass shooting at their school on Sunday announced plans to march on Washington in a bid to “shame” lawmakers into reforming laws that make powerful firearms readily available.

CNN, New York Times top Donald Trump’s fake news media

President Donald Trump of America on Wednesday night announced the winners of his highly anticipated ‘Fake News Awards’ with CNN and New York Times emerging top on the list.

Egypt blames ISIS for deadly Sinai mosque attack

Egypt has blamed ISIS fighters for the attack carried out during Friday prayers at a mosque in the country’s Sinai Peninsula.

Celebrities lash out at Donald Trump administration over reversing ban on elephant trophies

The Trump administration's move to reverse a ban on elephant trophies has elicited strong reactions all over social media, including a number of celebrities invested in preservation.

Guns not to blame for Texas church shooting – Donald Trump

President Donald Trump said the United States was living in "dark times" as it grieved Monday a shooting massacre at a Texas church, but with calls for stricter gun control reinvigorated, he insisted the latest tragedy "isn't a guns situation."

Texas church shooting suspect’s identity revealed

The identity of Devin Kelley, the suspected shooter who opened fire in a rural Texas church on Sunday has been revealed.

20 dead in Texas church shooting

At least 20 people are dead after a shooting at a Texas church on Sunday, US media reported.

Five women accuse journalist Mark Halperin of sexual harassment

Five women have accused veteran journalist Mark Halperin of sexually harassing them while he was in a powerful position at ABC News.

Six US cops shot in same night, one fatally

Six US police officers were shot in one night in the states of Florida and Pennsylvania, one fatally, prompting President Donald Trump to tweet his support for the slain officer’s department early Saturday.

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