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"Man. Formation by twenty one navy jets and honor a former World War. Two navy pilot and forty first president George H W Bush Bush was laid to rest on the grounds of his presidential library day next to his wife, Barbara who died in April and their three year old daughter who died of leukemia in nineteen fifty three sources say Bush's. Former attorney general William bars emerged as a top contender to fill the post in Donald Trump's cabinet one source says Trump is very seriously considering bar who was a G underbush between ninety one in nineteen Ninety-three appointment would come as precarious time as special counsel Robert Muller's Russia investigation, which department oversees is showing signs of entering its final stages. Trump forced out former attorney general Jeff Sessions last month. Sessions had earlier infuriated Trump by stepping aside from the Russia investigation, Roger stone longtime political confidante of President Trump and a key figure in a special. Counsel's investigation defends his decision to invoke his fifth amendment rights to in testimony before Senate committee. He tells a conservative group in Washington, no matter what happens I will not bear false witness against this president. I will not make up stories and lies in the effort to remove him. Stone also says he would refuse to testify the Senate Judiciary or intelligence committees and less. The hearings are open to the public New York Times reports to women who did cleaning work for years at wanna President Trump's golf resorts. In New Jersey say they were in the country illegally when they got their jobs and supervisors knew it, and many employees there also lacked legal documentation times also reports there's no evidence that the Trump organization new the two didn't have their legal documents. This is AP radio news. The White House is pushing a rollback government controls on new coal power plant. The Trump administration has moved again to further ease regulations on the US coal industry. Environmental Protection Agency acting administrator Andrew Weaver signed a proposal to take down a two thousand fifteen rule mandating cutting edge techniques to capture carbon dioxide from smokestacks at new coal power plants. The change comes despite warnings from the agency's own scientists and others about the accelerating pace of global warming.."