News Headlines - 27 February 2018

Kushner loses access to top-secret intelligence - POLITICO

Presidential son-in-law and adviser Jared Kushner has had his security clearance downgraded — a move that will prevent him from viewing many of the sensitive documents to which he once had unfettered access.
Kushner is not alone. All White House aides working on the highest-level interim clearances — at the Top Secret/SCI-level — were informed in a memo sent Friday that their clearances would be downgraded to the Secret level, according to three people with knowledge of the situation.

Trump says he would have run into Florida school without a weapon - NBC News

President Donald Trump said Monday that he would have charged into a Florida school during the shooting there earlier this month even if he were unarmed.

Support for independence drops to four-year low in Catalonia

The number of Catalans in favor of their region becoming independent from Spain has dropped to a four-year low, a survey showed on Friday, casting renewed doubt over the secession campaign just as its leaders disagree on the way forward.

Rome blanketed by snow as Arctic storm dubbed 'Beast from the East' sets records - Chicago Tribune

The Arctic storm dubbed the "Beast from the East" saw temperatures across much of Europe fall Monday to their lowest level this winter and even brought a rare snowstorm to Rome, paralyzing the city and giving its residents the chance to ski, sled and build snowmen in its famous parks and piazzas.

West Ham and Watford enquire about Yuto Nagatomo, summer exit likely

Serie A giants Inter Milan want to sell Galatasaray loanee Yuto Nagatomo with Premier League duo West Ham United and Watford interested.









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