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Sandro Rosell
FC Barcelona President
Tuesday, May 23, 2017

National

Obama White House received foreign intelligence that included discussions by Trump and aides

A House intelligence committee investigation took a dramatic shift this week after newly disclosed intelligence reports suggested the Obama administration improperly gathered and disseminated secret electronic communications from President Trump and his transition team prior to inauguration.

Rep. Devin Nunes (R., Calif.), the chairman of the House Permanent Select Committee on Intelligence, indicated that the administration used its foreign intelligence gathering authority to spy on the discussions of Trump and his transition team by improperly unmasking the identity of Americans who were swept up in foreign electronic spying.

"What I've read

The Axelrod Performing Arts Center (APAC)’s production of Lin-Manuel Miranda’s “In the Heights” gave a sneak preview on Friday, March 10 to over 200 high school students from Monmouth and Ocean Counties. At this special invitation-only dress rehearsal, the students were the first audience of APAC’s latest musical production. A new recipient of a grant the New Jersey State Council on the Arts, APAC has been inviting three dozen high schools to attend its final dress rehearsal as a part of its

FBI Director James Comey has debunked President Donald Trump's explosive claim that former President Barack Obama wiretapped him in the weeks before last year's presidential election.

At a hearing before the House of Representatives Intelligence Committee Monday, Comey also confirmed that his agency is investigating whether Trump campaign aides criminally colluded with Russian interests to help him win.

"I have no information that supports [Trump's] tweets" claiming that Obama eavesdropped on

While campaigning on a variety of polemical policy issues, none has attracted more of the attention of the nation and the media than President Trump's pledge to build a wall on America's southern border with Mexico. Quite candidly, the President has said that the express purpose of the construction of the wall is to stem the tide of vast illegal immigration. 

In his terse verbiage, President Trump has promised that not only would the wall be built but has assured a cash strapped nation that the

Britain said Tuesday that it would ban passengers from carrying laptops and other large electronic devices on flights into the country from six Middle Eastern nations, following a similar measure announced by the U.S.

The new British directive will block carry-on electronics larger than 16 centimeters in length, 9.3 centimeters in width and with a depth of over 1.5 centimeters on direct flights from Turkey, Lebanon, Jordan, Egypt, Tunisia and Saudi Arabia.

"Direct flights to the UK from these