Michael Flynn pleads guilty to lying to FBI about Russia contact

Michael Flynn, former US national security adviser and a senior member of the Trump campaign team, admitted that he gave false statements to the FBI about contact with Russia’s ambassador at the time, Sergei Kislyak. Mr Flynn has agreed to cooperate with the investigation into alleged interference in the 2016 election by the Russians. The…

Donald Trump Grieves in Las Vegas as Shooter’s Girlfriend Questioned

US President Donald Trump has declared the day a “very, very sad day” for himself and the nation, after visiting a Las Vegas hospital following the worst mass killing in modern US history. Mr Trump met with survivors and law enforcement officials on Wednesday afternoon in the aftermath of the shooting, where a gunman killed…

Trump appear to confirm investigation into his firing of Comey

A Tweet from U.S. President Donald Trump appears to confirm reports that he is being investigated for obstruction of justice in regards to his firing of James Comey. The investigation relates to the inquiry into whether Russians acted to interfere with the election, and an examination of ties between the Trump administration and Russia. “I…

Trump Calls Comey a Liar, feels ‘vindicated”

U.S. President Donald Trump has called James Comey a liar, commenting on the former FBI Director’s testimony before the Senate Select Committee on Intelligence. He also claims that it clears his name in regards to colluding with Russia and trying to influence the investigation into Mike Flynn, the Trump administration’s former National Security Advisor. Mr…

Reports Jared Kushner Allegedly Sought Secret Communication with Russia

Jared Kushner, son in law and part of the inner circle of U.S. President Donald Trump, allegedly sought to create a ‘secret communications channel’ with Russian ambassador Sergei Kislyak, according to the Washington Post. The Washington Post cites unidentified U.S. officials, who were briefed in intelligence reports about the alleged meeting between Mr Kushner and…

HK Defends Snowden Saga

The Hong Kong government is defending it’s decision to allow Edward Snowden to be departed from the city last week. The Secretary of Justice of Hong Kong, Mr. Rimsky Yuen, clarified the action taken by the SAR government regarding ex-CIA agent Edward Snowden, who is still on the run. Yuen stated that the SAR government’s…

Snowden Flees Hong Kong

Former CIA contractor and NSA whistle-blower Edward Snowden has left Hong Kong after hiding in the city for a month. WAMN News understands that Mr Snowden has left Hong Kong on Sunday night, after the USA issued the provisional warrant of arrest and requested local authorities to detain him. It’s believed he will be staying at Moscow in the…