US President Donald Trump has come under fierce criticism from fellow Republicans in the Senate over the killing of Saudi Journalist Jamal Khashoggi, particularly after CIA Director Gina Haspel briefed them,
US President Donald Trump threatens to not sign a federal spending bill required by December 21 to avoid leaving swaths of the government without funding in retaliation for not getting the $5 billion he wants to build a wall on the Mexican border.
US lawmakers are considering a legislation that would pave the way for suing OPEC for manipulating oil prices. But changing market conditions could save the global oil cartel.
World leaders gathered in Morocco adopted a UN migration accord, while countries like the United States and European Union nations and other, want national borders to remain sacrosanct.
A majority of UN states have adopted a non-binding global pact to better handle migrant flows, though fewer governments joined than had previously worked on the proposal.
The news of Meng's arrest has roiled stock markets and drawn condemnation from Chinese authorities, although the US president and his top economic advisers have played down its importance to trade talks after Xi and Trump agreed to a truce.
Nick Ayers, Vice President Mike Pence's chief of staff, is Trump's top choice to replace Kelly, and the two have held discussions for months about the job, a White House official said.
House Democrats have expressed disappointment, claiming lawmakers wasted time by focusing on questions concerning Hillary Clinton's emails.
James Alex Fields Jr. killed a woman when he drove into a group of counterprotesters marching in protest to a nationalist rally in August 2017.
US President Donald Trump's former lawyer Michael Cohen, who has been cooperating with US Special Counsel Robert Mueller's probe into possible collusion between Russia and Trump's 2016 election campaign, pleaded guilty to the charges in August.
US President called his former secretary of state Rex Tillerson "dumb as a rock," in a harsh reply to criticism in an interview by the ex-cabinet member.
If confirmed by the Senate, she would succeed Nikki Haley, who said in October she would be leaving the UN post at the end of the year.
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