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Source: BBC

Russia probe chief grilled by lawmakers

09-Feb-2019

"You decided that your private interest in overseeing this particular investigation - and perhaps others from which you should have been recused - was more important than the integrity of the department," Congressman Nadler told him as the hearing began.

Acting US Attorney General Matthew Whitaker has said that he not spoken to the President Trump or any senior White House staff about the Russia inquiry.

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Source: The Guradian

The best new books for Black History Month

Monday 00:34 GMT

“The Low End Theory isn’t only about that which cannot be heard,” he writes, “but it is also about society’s unseen, the people who exist but may be able to navigate an entire landscape as invisible, until some violence or some tragedy deems them less so.”

Blending his experiences of the history of black music with a close examination of each member of the group’s contributions, Abdurraqib shows how the messages of the Tribe were directly related to the punishing conditions of the era in which their sounds were made.

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Source: Fox News

Top GOP rep demands answers after Dems hire anti-Trump investigators for Judiciary Committee

Thursday 22:45 GMT

The top Republican on the House Judiciary Committee is demanding to know why the panel's Democratic leadership made the "costly" and "unusual" decision this week to hire two prominent anti-Trump consultants to conduct a purportedly impartial investigation of the the White House.

Berke, a litigation partner at the international law firm Kramer Levin, is based in New York City, and will commute four days per week to work for the Democrats on the Judiciary Committee.

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Source: Fox News

Doug Collins: Omar offered an 'oops,' not a real apology

Friday 02:24 GMT

“It's sort of interesting to me, and from a perspective of apology that I've never seen a true apology, for the most part ever come with a but,” Rep. Doug Collins, R-Ga., said on Fox News Radio’s “Todd Starnes Show.”

After Rep. Ilhan Omar, D-Minn., apologized for her widely condemned anti-Semitic tweets Monday, many Republicans continued to criticize the newly elected congresswoman, doubting her sincerity.


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