Porter was up for promotion despite abuse allegations
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Clapper: Looks like obstruction of justice to me
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At the Senate Intel Committee’s worldwide threats hearing, FBI Director Wray was asked about the Russia investigation and the progress on improving social media companies' cooperation to stop election meddling.
Turkey’s Operation Olive Branch offensive advances in Afrin
Iran: Bus attack leaves three officers dead amid clashes with Sufi sect
The Business of The NY Toy Fair, Fun And Games
Former CIA Operative Admits US Meddled In Elections, Runs Fake News In Other Countries
Ukrainian Ultras Attack Russian Cultural Center, Vandalize Property and Interrupt Play Rehearsal
Greek Cypriot negotiator: 'We stand a chance' of reunifying Cyprus
Joe Biden urges executives at Davos to end LGBT repression
Former CFO Now Unemployed, on Food Stamps After Viral Video
Ukraine residents welcome Poroshenko's pro-West mandate
Analyst: Trump has massive inferiority complex
New Polish law prohibits attributing Nazi crimes to Warsaw
Trump takes to Twitter, calling Oprah Winfrey 'insecure'
Indonesia: Airlines issued ‘red notice’ in Sumatra after eruption of Mount Sinabung
Zimbabweans bid farewell to opposition leader Morgan Tsvangirai
Arterton on BAFTA dress code: 'I did send a lot of annoying emails'