U.S. President Donald Trump said on Friday he would be disappointed if North Korea were to resume weapons testing and reiterated his belief in his good relationship with its leader, Kim Jong Un, despite the collapse of a summit with him last week.
Democratic Rep. Ilhan Omar’s attempt to shame a news outlet for misquoting her blistering attack on former President Barack Obama backfired after her released audio recording only confirmed her remarks.
The Democrat is known as a red-state progressive and staunch ally of organized labor.
A lavishly detailed 445-page report by Independent Counsel Kenneth Starr released by the U.S. House of Representatives in 1998 concluded that President Bill Clinton “committed acts that may constitute grounds for an impeachment” and paved the way for an unsuccessful attempt in Congress to remove him from office.
President Donald Trump's former personal lawyer Michael Cohen gave the House Intelligence Committee documents that reveal alleged editing to the statement he used to lie to Congress in 2017 about efforts to build a Trump Tower in Moscow.
House Minority Leader Kevin McCarthy isn’t taking the North Korean leader “at his word” on the student’s killing.
The U.S. dollar rose against a basket of currencies on Monday as investors looked past comments made by President Donald Trump over the weekend regarding the greenback.
Lawmakers had instructed Trump to order an investigation into Khashoggi’s killing by invoking the Global Magnitsky Act.
North Koreans have been getting a quicker, more polished look at their leader as he meets with President Donald Trump in Vietnam in their second summit.
U.S. President Donald Trump and North Korean leader Kim Jong Un will hold another day of talks at their second summit in eight months on Thursday, after swapping compliments at a dinner but giving no sign of progress on the key issue of denuclearisation.
The statement was especially dark considering Cohen was Trump’s personal attorney for more than 10 years.
Reporters from several outlets, including The Associated Press, Reuters and Bloomberg, were excluded from the event.