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With pardons, Trump seeks to erase stain of Russia probe

Washington - President Donald Trump's pardons of five people from his 2016 election campaign caps his effort to bleach out the stain on his tenure of the Russia interference investigation.

Trump pardons more allies and Kushner's father, sparking fresh outrage

Washington - US President Donald Trump issued new pardons Wednesday for allies including the father of his son-in-law Jared Kushner and two confidants caught up in the probe into Russian meddling in the 2016 election that brought him to power.

Trump throws pandemic relief into doubt

Washington - President Donald Trump has thrown a long-awaited pandemic relief package into doubt days before millions of Americans will lose their benefits and face eviction from their homes.

No merry Christmas vacation for enraged Trump

Washington - An enraged Donald Trump helicoptered off the White House lawn for one of the last times in his presidency Wednesday, leaving Americans chaos as a Christmas present.

Trump pardons two linked to Russia probe, Blackwater guards, others

Washington - US President Donald Trump granted pardons Tuesday to two people linked to a probe into alleged collusion between his campaign and Russia along with a list of others as time ticks away on his remaining weeks in office.

Reports of martial-law talk in Trump meeting draw outrage

Washington - With one month to go until Joe Biden takes office, Donald Trump remains fixated on his failed bid to overturn the 2020 election -- with his advisors reportedly floating the idea of invoking martial law, triggering outrage and disbelief in Washington.

Op-Ed: Trump warned not to fire FBI Director Christopher Wray

Washington - The White House counsel's office has evidently cautioned President Donald Trump against firing FBI Director Christopher Wray. The lawyers told Trump that canning Wray could make it seem like Trump required officials to pass a loyalty test.

Trump tweets he is vetoing Defense Spending Bill

President Donald Trump on Sunday tweeted that he intends to veto a wide-ranging defense policy bill, raising new but unspecified concerns about China as a reason to reject a traditionally bipartisan measure.

Op-Ed: The Trumpian coup — desperate, frenzied and sometimes alarming

People across the Atlantic cheered the election results here in America, happy that Trump had lost to Joe Biden. But now, after Trump's desperate efforts to overthrow the election results and our government- Europeans are worried.

Who will be Time's Person of the Year? — Here's the shortlist

The shortlist of candidates for TIME’s 2020 Person of the Year was announced Thursday morning during NBC’s Today show. Four candidates are being considered by TIME for this year’s selection of the person who affected the news or our lives the most.

Dr. Deborah Birx seeking role in Biden government

When Dr. Deborah Birx was brought into President Donald Trump’s orbit to help fight the coronavirus pandemic, she had a sterling reputation as a former U.S. Army physician, a globally recognized AIDS researcher, and a rare Obama administration holdover.

Trump claims he will intervene in SCOTUS election case

On Wednesday, President Trump tweeted he would be intervening in a Texas case coming before the U.S. Supreme Court against other states, alleging election fraud.

Time running out on Trump bid to overturn election results

Washington - Humiliation in the courts, witnesses who provide more farce than facts and a chief lawyer battling coronavirus -- Donald Trump's efforts to overturn the results of the November 3 presidential election are not going well.And time is running out.

Giuliani latest Covid-19 case in Trump inner circle

Washington - Donald Trump said Sunday his personal lawyer Rudy Giuliani has tested positive for Covid-19, the latest member of the president's inner circle -- where mask wearing is rare -- to contract the disease.

Trump calls Georgia governor — Wants him to overturn Biden's win

President Donald Trump made an irate call to Georgia Governor Brian Kemp Saturday morning, wanting him to persuade the state legislature to overturn President-elect Joe Biden’s victory. Twitter users noticed, and responded.

Trump's legacy: What 2021 means for cybersecurity Special

In the context of a growing number of cyber-threats, organizations need to carefully evaluate tooling and options, and choose the right solutions for today and the near-term future.

Trump says will not 'change my mind' on election fraud claims

Washington - In the first TV interview since losing his re-election bid, President Donald Trump indicated Sunday that he will never concede to Joe Biden and abandon his conspiracy theory about mass ballot fraud."It's not like you're gonna change my mind.

Court tells Trump: 'Calling vote unfair doesn't make it so'

Washington - A federal appeals court on Friday flatly dismissed President Donald Trump's claim that the election was unfair and refused to freeze Joe Biden's win in the key state of Pennsylvania.

Trump says he will leave office -- if Biden victory is confirmed

Washington - President Donald Trump said Thursday for the first time that he would leave the White House if Joe Biden is officially confirmed the winner of the US election, even as he railed against the "rigged" vote.

Trump pardons Michael Flynn, who lied to FBI over Russia

Washington - President Donald Trump announced Wednesday he had pardoned Michael Flynn, the former security advisor whose lies about his Russian contacts spurred the troubling investigation into Trump campaign collusion with Moscow.

Op-Ed: How embarrassing — Trump machine wants states to change electors

The Pennsylvania Senate Majority Policy Committee will hold a public hearing Wednesday in Gettysburg to discuss “election issues and irregularities.” Rudy Giuliani will attend the hearing.

Trump planning to pardon ex-aide Flynn: US media

Washington - US President Donald Trump plans to pardon his former national security advisor Michael Flynn, who pleaded guilty in 2017 to lying to the FBI over his Russian contacts, US media reported Tuesday.

With all his legal worries, can President Trump pardon himself?

Even though President Donald Trump refuses to accept it, his time in office is coming to a close on January 20, 2021. He will lose both his job and one of its perks - his immunity from prosecution on pending charges in lower courts.

Biden to start naming cabinet picks Tuesday as Trump resists

Washington - US President-elect Joe Biden will name his first cabinet picks on Tuesday, his chief of staff said, even as Donald Trump clung to unsubstantiated claims of fraud despite growing dissent from within his own party.

Missing links: Trump goes golfing in middle of G20 summit

Apo - US President Donald Trump went golfing after making a brief online appearance at the G20 summit Saturday, an event hosted by Saudi Arabia but staged virtually because of Covid-19.

Trump pursues 'scorched-earth' policy on environmental rollbacks

Washington - Down to its final weeks, the Trump administration is working to push through dozens of environmental rollbacks that could weaken century-old protections for migratory birds, expand Arctic drilling and hamstring future regulation of public health threats.

As more US troops leave Iraq, pro-Iran factions take their shot

Baghdad - Eyeing Washington's withdrawal of 500 more troops from Iraq, pro-Iran factions have boldly resumed attacks on the US embassy there despite suspicions outgoing President Donald Trump could strike back.

Trump retracts apparent admission of defeat

Washington - President Donald Trump appeared accidentally to admit his election defeat in a tweet on Sunday morning -- before reversing course to claim he won, and once again push unsubstantiated claims of mass fraud in the vote.

Sigh of relief as international organisations await Biden

Geneva - After years of US disengagement and confrontation, international organisations in Geneva appeared to breathe a collective sigh of relief at Joe Biden's presidential election win -- but the anticipated honeymoon could be short.

White House sets record — 130+ Secret Service agents with COVID

More than 130 Secret Service agents who guard the White House and President Donald Trump when he travels have reportedly been ordered to isolate or quarantine because they tested positive for the coronavirus or had close contact with infected co-workers.
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