US President Donald Trump made a statement on North Korea at a press event whilst on vacation in Bedminster, New Jersey. He also touched upon a variety of topics, including alleged collusion with Russia during his presidential campaign.Donald Korea made news North President RT Russia statement Trump
The California Democrat says that 'drip by drip, people are finding out that there is more' to the Russia investigation than some people think.
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Jeff Sessions is speaking out about being under public attack by Trump over the Russia investigation and Lindsey Graham has issued a warning to the president about the consequences of firing the attorney general. Paul Butler and Ron Klain join Lawrence O'Donnell.attack investigation Jeff MSNBC political public Russia Sessions speaking Trump
In June, the Senate passed legislation that would impose additional sanctions against Russia and restricting the power of the president to lift them. But what was more surprising was the unity shown between both Republicans and Democrats this weekend in support of the legislation.Bill Congress Democrats legislation President proposed Russia sanctions Trump veto
The Washington Post reports Trump wants the Russia probe to end so badly he may be considering firing Jeff Sessions and appointing a new AG with a recess appointment. Reaching more than 95 million households worldwide, MSNBC offers a full schedule of live news coverage, political opinions and award-winning documentary programming -- 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.badly firing MSNBC political post probe reports Russia Trump WASHINGTON
Europe is fighting mad over the possibility of new U.S. sanctions targeting Russia.
The rift is so severe that the European Commission, which feels its economic interests are under threat, has even hinted at retaliation if Congress moves forward without addressing its concerns.energy EU Europe gas import pipeline project Russia Russian sanctions
Donald Trump's administration has been flirting with the idea of pardoning its way out of the Russia scandal for months, but on Saturday morning, you could say Donald Trump went all the way. In falsely claiming “complete pardon power,” Trump set the ...administration Donald flirting idea months pardoning Russia Saturday scandal Trump
Treasury and Exxon have been sparring for years over the company’s ability to do business with Russia. Signing on behalf of the Russian state oil company was Igor Sechin, its chief executive, who had been blacklisted by Treasury a month before.companies energy Exxon official oil Rosneft Russia Russian sanctions Treasury
When oil producers meet Monday, their alliance will look frayed, showing just how tough their goal of stabilizing the world oil market has been, analysts say.
There is much focus on the meeting of the five-member Joint Ministerial Monitoring Committee, set up to oversee compliance of the deal struck by OPEC, Russia and others as an effort to boost world oil prices.barrel Blanch cut death market oil OPEC producer production Russia
What Is a Pardon?
President Donald Trump, who's embroiled in investigations as to whether his campaign team colluded with Russia to influence the 2016 election, has reportedly begun consulting his legal team about how the presidential pardon process works and who is ...Campaign colluded Donald embroiled investigations Pardon President Russia team Trump
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ExxonMobil blatantly violated U.S. sanctions on Russia when Secretary of State Rex Tillerson led the oil company, U.S. authorities alleged on Thursday.
The Treasury Department slapped Exxon (XOM) with a $2 million fine -- the maximum allowed under current law -- and said the company had "demonstrated reckless disregard" for the requirements of the sanctions.department Exxon oil President Russia Russian sanctions Sechin Tillerson Treasury