8:42 AM 8/24/2017 – Selected Stories In Brief: US probe finds another email trying to connect Trump officials, Putin: CNN – Reuters and other 25 stories

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US probe finds another email trying to connect Trump officials, Putin: CNN – Reuters
Chuck Schumer To Trump: Withdraw ‘Wildly Unqualified’ USDA Nominee Sam Clovis
Irish Bar Offers Reward For Return Of Stolen Trump Urinal Portrait
Infrastructure Advisers Quit, Say Trumps Actions Threaten Homeland Security
Trump clashed with multiple GOP senators over Russia – Politico
Rudy Giuliani – Google News: Long Live The Village Voice – New York Times
Long Live The Village Voice – New York Times
Exclusive: Top Trump aide’s email draws new scrutiny in Russia inquiry – CNN
Will Trump Be the Death of the Goldwater Rule? – The New Yorker
Donald Trump campaigns attempt to meet with Putin is traced back to Jeff Sessions
Organised crime costs $36 billion a year – The Australian
WSJ staffers unhappy with cautious treatment of President Trump – CNNMoney
Man Interrupts Fox News Live Shot With A ‘Fox Lies’ Sign
Hundreds of pages of new details on Trump-Russia dossier and Pee Pee Tape are on verge of being released
Ex-FBI Director James Comey to lecture at Howard University – WJLA
James Clapper: Concerned by ‘Jekyll-Hyde’ Trump pattern – CNN International
Donald Trump Is A Disgrace, But He Is Not Mentally Ill – HuffPost
High-Profile Russian Death In Washington Was No Accidentit Was Murder, Officials Say
Germany echoes Putins attack on US bill to sanction Russia
The Russians Were Involved. But It Wasnt About Collusion. The New York Times
Putins Bet on a Trump Presidency Backfires Spectacularly The New York Times
Germany threatens retaliation if U.S. sanctions harm its firms
Conservative daily promotes Germanys nuclear armament World Socialist Web Site
Exclusive: Former Justice Department official joins Mueller team
No let-up in spying amid tit-for-tat Russian sanctions: U.S official

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