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Democrats maintain pressure on Trump over Comey firing

Democrats kept up the pressure on Donald Trump Sunday over his firing of FBI director James Comey, as members of both parties said the president must turn over any secret recordings of the two men's conversations.

Tumultuous week puts Trump presidency on perilous path

Another self-inflicted crisis has left Donald Trump's critics outraged and some of his Republican allies dismayed, but a bedrock of support for the billionaire US leader means the political endgame is far in the distance.

Trump digs deep rift with crucial intelligence services

A week before he enters the White House, Donald Trump has picked a high-risk fight with the all-important US intelligence community, blaming it for an incendiary but unsubstantiated report on his alleged Moscow ties and lurid behavior in Russia.


France, Amnesty activists demanding clemency for Snowden

Former CIA computer technician, in prison on charges of being the deep gorge of the so-called Datagate scandal of 2013, for revealing details about mass surveillance of American citizens by the government.

The Trump-Russia dossier: What we know

An explosive -- and unsubstantiated -- political research report on Donald Trump's links to Russia claims that Moscow holds deeply compromising information on the incoming US president.

Spotlight turns to US forces' role as IS fight continues

As President Barack Obama prepares to leave office and step down as commander-in-chief of America's military, a flap has erupted over the secretive commandos who have become his go-to counterterrorist force across the globe.

Kerry says no FBI contact over Clinton email probe

US Secretary of State John Kerry said Sunday that neither he or his department had been contacted by the FBI over its renewed investigation into his predecessor Hillary Clinton's emails.

Trump turns up heat over Clinton email probe

Donald Trump stepped up his attacks against Hillary Clinton, seeking to exploit the FBI decision to reopen an investigation into her emails as America's bruising election campaign heads into its final stretch.

Clinton slams Trump in city of casino bankruptcies

Hillary Clinton came out swinging Wednesday after the FBI's damning indictment of her email scandal by lacerating Donald Trump's business record in the city where four of his companies went bankrupt.

«I believe in Hillary Clinton,» Obama tells voters

President Barack Obama made a dramatic return to the campaign trail at Hillary Clinton's side Tuesday, throwing his full weight -- and compelling oratory -- behind her bid to succeed him in the White House.

FBI hacks attacker's iPhone, drops Apple suit

The FBI has unlocked the iPhone used by one of the San Bernardino terror attackers, officials said, ending a heated legal standoff with Apple that had pitted US authorities against Silicon Valley.

Apple-FBI encryption showdown postponed, for now

The US government's decision to delay its effort to force Apple to help unlock an attacker's iPhone may only postpone the inevitable drawn-out battle over encryption and data protection.

Apple goes small for new iPhone, iPad

Apple has gone small -- cutting prices as well as screen size -- unveiling a new iPhone and iPad aimed at first-time buyers and customers in emerging markets.

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