News Trump emphasizes arming teachers as response to school shootings 2018-02-22T19:07:27.000000000-05:00 WASHINGTON (Reuters) - U.S. President Donald Trump on Thursday emphasized that he wants to see trained teachers able to carry concealed guns to ward off potential school shooters, and said he has recently spoken with the National Rifle Association about his ideas. Two top White House advisers may leave over tensions with Trump: sources 2018-02-22T19:01:42.000000000-05:00 WASHINGTON (Reuters) - Longstanding friction between U.S. President Donald Trump and two top aides, the National Security Adviser and the Chief of Staff, has grown to a point that either or both might quit soon, four senior administration officials said. Missouri governor indicted on felony invasion of privacy charge: prosecutor 2018-02-22T18:40:35.000000000-05:00 (Reuters) - Missouri Governor Eric Greitens was taken into custody on Thursday after being indicted on a felony invasion of privacy charge in connection with a probe into an extramarital affair and a blackmail allegation involving the Republican politician, officials said. Mueller files new charges against Trump ex-aides Manafort and Gates 2018-02-22T18:39:10.000000000-05:00 WASHINGTON (Reuters) - U.S. Special Counsel Robert Mueller filed new criminal charges on Thursday against President Donald Trump's ex-campaign aides Paul Manafort and Rick Gates that include bank and tax fraud, stepping up pressure in a legal battle that started last year. After war cabinet, Britain's May to set out 'way forward' on Brexit 2018-02-22T18:26:01.000000000-05:00 LONDON (Reuters) - British Prime Minister Theresa May will set out "the way forward" for Brexit next week after a meeting with top aides on Thursday intended to resolve differences over strategy that are dividing her team, and frustrating European Union negotiators. States refile lawsuits to block repeal of U.S. net neutrality 2018-02-22T18:14:01.000000000-05:00 WASHINGTON (Reuters) - A coalition of 22 state attorneys general and the District of Columbia on Thursday refiled legal challenges intended to block the Trump administration's repeal of landmark rules designed to ensure a free and open internet from taking effect. Exclusive: U.S. official focused on election security being replaced 2018-02-22T18:08:59.000000000-05:00 WASHINGTON (Reuters) - The head of a federal commission who has helped U.S. states protect election systems from possible cyber attacks by Russia or others is being replaced at the behest of Republican House of Representatives Speaker Paul Ryan and the White House. U.S. special counsel files new charges against Trump former campaign aides 2018-02-22T17:34:42.000000000-05:00 WASHINGTON (Reuters) - U.S. Special Counsel Robert Mueller filed a new set of criminal charges on Thursday against President Donald Trump's former campaign aides Paul Manafort and Rick Gates that include bank and tax fraud, escalating a legal battle that started last year. North Korea says U.N. chief 'picking a quarrel' with sanctions remarks 2018-02-22T17:03:33.000000000-05:00 UNITED NATIONS (Reuters) - North Korea on Thursday accused United Nations Secretary-General António Guterres of "picking a quarrel" with Pyongyang by praising international sanctions for putting pressure on the country over its nuclear and ballistic missile programs. New indictment filed against former Trump campaign aides Manafort and Gates 2018-02-22T16:49:44.000000000-05:00 WASHINGTON (Reuters) - Special Counsel Robert Mueller on Thursday filed a new indictment against former Trump campaign aides Paul Manafort and Rick Gates, according to court records.