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Kodak Black released from jail

Rapper Kodak Black was released from jail after serving seven months. Full story

Latest: Third person dies following Donegal crash

Update 3.38pm: A third person has died following today's horrific road smash in Bundoran, Co Donegal. The woman, understood to be a mother of two from the North, passed away at Sligo University Hospital. Two other people, a man and a woman in their 20s, were killed this morning following the crash which happened at 3.25am. A man has been arrested in connection with the crash and is being questioned at Ballyshannon Garda staiton. EARLIER: MAN ... Full story

Mueller inquiry: White House lawyer McGahn co-operating with probe

Image caption Don McGahn had answered the questions "fulsomely and honestly", his lawyer said. The top lawyer in the White House is "co-operating extensively" with the Russia inquiry into election meddling, the New York Times reports. Donald McGahn has spent 30 hours sharing detailed accounts of episodes at the heart of the probe, it says. President Donald Trump later said he had authorised Mr McGahn's co-operation with special counsel Robert ... Full story

Update: Third person dies following Donegal crash

Update 3.38pm: A third person has died following today's horrific road smash in Bundoran, Co Donegal. The woman, understood to be a mother of two from the North, passed away at Sligo University Hospital. Two other people, a man and a woman in their 20s, were killed this morning following the crash which happened at 3.25am. A man has been arrested in connection with the crash and is being questioned at Ballyshannon Garda staiton. EARLIER: MAN ... Full story

Migrant spouse of pregnant woman detained on way to hospital

A California woman said Saturday that she had to drive herself to the hospital and give birth without her husband after he was detained by immigration agents. U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement officials said the man was detained because he was wanted on an outstanding arrest warrant in a homicide case in Mexico. Maria del Carmen Venegas said she and her husband, Joel Arrona Lara, were driving to the hospital Wednesday when they stopped ... Full story

10 Philippines Travel Photos to Inspire Your Wanderlust

Hopefully, we'll to return but in the meantime, we'll leave these 10 Philippines travel photos that will inspire your wanderlust, like they do for us. Full story

Syrian civilians alerted to airstrikes by volunteer spotters with secret smartphone app

Dave Levin, John Jaeger and a Syrian computer coder founded Hala Systems, which warns Syrians of impending airstrikes. (Rena Effendi). When a Syrian warplane gathers speed along the runway, seconds from takeoff and minutes from action, a covert race to save civilian life begins. It starts in nearby Syrian hills with a single flight spotter and his cellphone. Moments later, details of the flight are beamed to a server abroad, analyzed to ... Full story

Justice Department seeks to halt lawsuit involving President Trump’s business

Trump International Hotel in Washington, D.C. (Astrid Riecken/For The Washington Post). The Justice Department on Friday asked a federal judge to halt proceedings in a lawsuit involving President Trump’s private business, arguing that allowing the case to go forward would “be a distraction to the President’s performance of his constitutional duties.”. The lawsuit, filed by Maryland and the District of Columbia, centers on whether Trump is ... Full story

White House Counsel Don McGahn spoke to Mueller team three times, sources say

White House Counsel Don McGahn has spoken with investigators from Special Counsel Robert Mueller’s investigative team multiple times, Fox News confirmed Saturday. The revelation comes amid a New York Times report, citing multiple sources, indicating that McGahn willingly spoke to the team members – who are looking into, among other things, whether President Trump obstructed justice – for 30 hours over the course of at least three separate ... Full story

Mueller prosecutors seek up to six months in prison for George Papadopoulos in Russia probe

Special counsel Robert S. Mueller III. (J. Scott Applewhite/AP). Prosecutors said Friday that a sentence of up to six months in prison would be appropriate for George Papadopoulos, a former adviser to President Trump’s 2016 campaign and the first charged defendant to cooperate in special counsel Robert S. Mueller III’s investigation of Russian interference in the U.S. election. Papadopoulos pleaded guilty in October to lying to the FBI about ... Full story

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