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Rep. Andy Biggs: I heard from Comey on Friday -- Here are the three most important takeaways


As a member of the House Judiciary Committee, I was among those who interviewed fired FBI Director James Comey on Friday about Hillary’s Clinton’s email scandal and about the initial stages of the FBI investigation of allegations that the Trump presidential campaign colluded with Russia to win the 2016 presidential election.

When we pressed Comey as to why he did not refer his conversation with President Trump to Sessions, Comey asserted some kind of special knowledge about Session’s then-future recusal.

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Krishnamoorthi: Comey 'Came Across as Consistent, Compelling and Careful'

Monday 20:55 GMT

House Oversight Committee member Raja Krishnamoorthi said on "Sunday Morning Futures" that ex-FBI Director James Comey "came across as consistent, compelling and careful in his answers" to a joint committee's closed-door session with him this week. "The majority (Republicans) asked him exhaustively about the Clinton email investigation," said Krishnamoorthi, a Democrat representing northeastern Illinois.

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Google CEO Sundar Pichai must answer why it won't support US military: Rep. Goodlatte

Wednesday 08:05 GMT

Google CEO Sundar Pichai is expected to be grilled on Capitol Hill Tuesday before the House Judiciary Committee as Republicans seek answers to allegations of conservative censorship and the company’s data filtering practices.

“We need to make sure that we expose what their practices are and we are very pleased that Mr. Pichai is coming to answer these questions,” Congressman Goodlatte said. Chairman of the House Judiciary Committee Rep. Bob Goodlatte (R-VA) told FOX Business that it is important for Congress to shed a light on Google’s business practices that has allowed it to become a dominant force in the market.

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Laura Ingraham: James Comey's convenient memory loss and the search for answers

Wednesday 12:41 GMT

According to Fox News’ analysis of the transcript, during his 5 and a half hours of testimony, Comey said “I don’t remember” 73 times. He responded, “I don’t know” 161 times.

Here’s why all of this matters: Republicans are still struggling to find answers about the origins of this Russian collusion probe and the biased “investigators” who advanced it as an insurance policy should Donald Trump win the election back in 2016. When asked if he could recall who wrote the “initiation document” for the Russia probe in July of 2016, Comey had no recollection.

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Source: BBC

Jack Dorsey answers Myanmar trip critics

Thursday 16:20 GMT

Twitter boss Jack Dorsey has responded to criticism of his 10-day meditation retreat in Myanmar, saying: "I don't know enough and need to learn more."

Others have responded positively, with one Twitter user writing: "Glad you got to experience Myanmar - it's an incredible place with even more incredible people."

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Source: Common Domain

Beijing’s Answer to Property Sector’s Debt: Keep On Borrowing

Saturday 09:55 GMT

Chinese policy makers are hoping they can help companies refinance their debts coming due without pumping up property prices

That suggests this new policy is mainly aimed at alleviating the pressure developers face to refinance their existing debt: Some of them have issued dollar bonds with double-digit yields in recent months. They have nearly $100 billion of bonds, both onshore and offshore, coming due next year, according to credit-ratings firm Fitch.

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Source: Fox News

Democrats demand answers, DHS investigation into death of Guatemalan girl, 7

Sunday 05:08 GMT

Congressional Democrats are demanding a full investigation into U.S. Customs and Border Protection officials after a 7-year-old Guatemalan girl died last week while in U.S. custody, a report said Friday.

Five senior Democratic lawmakers, including members who will soon chair the House Judiciary and Homeland Security committees, sent a letter on Friday to the Department of Homeland Security's acting inspector general, John Kelly, urging an investigation into the death of Jakelin Amei Rosmery Caal Maquin, The Washington Post reported.

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