Richard Grenell, a loyal and outspoken Trump supporter, has been the US ambassador to Germany since 2018. He previously served as US spokesman at the United Nations in the George W. Bush administration, including under then-ambassador John Bolton.
Sudan declares end to mutiny after five people were wounded in gunfire in capital Khartoum in "rebellion" launched by several agents linked to toppled ruler Omar al Bashir against a restructuring plan, officials say.
US President Donald Trump confirmed he did discuss former vice president Joe Biden and corruption allegations in a phone call with Ukraine's leader.
President Donald Trump on Thursday named Joseph Maguire, the top US counterterrorism official, as Dan Coats's replacement at the agency that oversees 17 spy agencies. The same day deputy national intelligence director Sue Gordon quit.
Here's the number of top officials in Trump Administration who resigned or were fired over the last two years, with Dan Coats’s resignation being the latest one.
Lawmakers move to sanction officials involved in killing of Jamal Khashoggi, but Senate and Trump can veto measures.
US envoy for North Korea Stephen Biegun calls on North Korea to provide a detailed account of its weapons to seal a peace deal, saying Trump is ready to offer a future that includes diplomatic relations and economic aid.
Trend in a new US watchdog report reflect what US military officials call a stalemated war, more than 17 years after US forces invaded following the September 11, 2001, attacks.
Top US officials had taken issue with Trump's assertion that Daesh has been defeated, and that North Korea can be convinced to forego its nuclear weapons.
Angry protesters rally after the government raises the price of a loaf of bread from one Sudanese pound to three. At least 19 people have been killed since the initial days of demonstrations that erupted on December 19.
The Florida man suspected of mailing at least 14 pipe bombs to some of US President Donald Trump's leading critics was in custody on federal charges on Saturday, in a case reflecting the rancor of one of the most toxic election campaigns in decades.
Cesar Sayoc has been charged with five federal crimes including threats against former presidents and faces up to 48 years in prison if found guilty, US Attorney General Jeff Sessions said.
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