Jeff Sessions, Russia Protests: NBA Finals 2017: Top Stories

2020-02-19 02:26:33    阅读:031922

Good morning. These are todays top stories: Jeff Sessions to testify on Russia investigation Attorney General Jeff Sessions will appear before a Senate intelligence committee today to field questions about the ongoing Russia probe. He is also expected to explain why he recused himself from a federal investigation into possible ties between Russia and Trumps campaign team. Watch his testimony live here. Tens of thousands protest against Russian government More than a thousand people were arrested in Russia after tens of th

ousands of protesters held anti-corruption rallies across Russia to show their opposition against the government, according to the Associated Press. Alexei Navalny, an opposition leader who organized the protest, was arrested and later sentenced to 30 days in jail. 微信一品一码 Golden State Warriors win the 2017 NBA Title The Golden State Warriors defeated the Cleveland Cavaliers to claim the NBA championship last night. The Warriors beat the Cavaliers 129-120 in Game 5 of the finals. Also: Jury deliberations have begun in Bill Cosbys sexual assault trial. Trump is considering firing special counsel Robert Mueller, a close friend of the President said.


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