Heres What Happened Today Wednesday

first_img Feb 27th 2019, 9:05 PM Donald Trump’s former lawyer Michael Cohen testifying before Congress today. Source: PA Images#FIXER: Former Donald Trump lawyer Michael Cohen delivered explosive testimony to Congress in which he called the US President “a racist”, “a conman” and “a cheat”.#TENSIONS: Pakistan has shot down two Indian Air Force planes in an escalation of tensions in the disputed Kashmir region. #TROUBLES: The UK Supreme Court has “vindicated” the family of Pat Finucane in their “relentless campaign” for justice, the family’s solicitor has said. PARTING SHOT Source: Guardian News/YouTubeMichael Cohen’s testimony ranged from speaking about business dealings in Russia to adult film star Stormy Daniels. It was an extraordinary session. https://jrnl.ie/4516696 28,158 Views Here’s What Happened Today: Wednesday Supreme Court chides PAC, Louth feud and a dramatic day on Capitol Hill. By Rónán Duffy Share2 Tweet Email Short URL 4 Comments NEED TO CATCH up? TheJournal.ie brings you a round-up of today’s news.IRELAND The Duchess of Cambridge pulls a pint of Harp during a visit to Belfast. Source: PA Images The Supreme Court has found the Public Accounts Committee acted “significantly outside its remit” in its questioning Angela Kerins.A man remains in a critical condition in hospital after a gangland shooting in Drogheda believed to be connected to an ongoing feud.The Irish Air Corps has been drafted in to tackle a number of wildfires that have sprung up in the Dublin-Wicklow region.Tusla has said Scouting Ireland should “consider the viability” of continuing with overnight trips over child protection issues.New figures have shown there are now 9,987 people living in homeless accommodation.The Patrick Quirke murder trial has heard about a hair clip taken from a farm tank where Bobby Ryan’s body was found.The Criminal Assets Bureau has seized a house from a sister of Regency Hotel shooting victim David Byrne.Star Wars movie The Last Jedi received €3.43 million in tax credits from Revenue last year. There are at least around 40,000 people in Ireland who are problem gamblers, according to the Health Research Board. WORLD Get our daily news round up: Wednesday 27 Feb 2019, 9:05 PM Tweet thisShare on FacebookEmail this articlelast_img read more