Trump's lawyers have argued that his impeachment is "an affront to the Constitution and to our democratic institutions."
Saudi Arabia's foreign minister said Riyadh would talk if Iran accepts it "cannot further its regional agenda through violence," while Iran's own top diplomat said Tehran "remains open to dialogue with its neighbors."
Twitter users voiced frustration at the tactics employed by Republican senators, seeking to block new witnesses.
The virus' ability to spread from one person to another has raised concerns that there could be a significant international outbreak.
With interest from international investors up 70 percent in 2019, Saudi Arabia is becoming an investment powerhouse—a transformation supported by its flourishing financial services industry and rapidly expanding private sector. Read more.
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Logic dictates that when you need a good personal injury attorney, you’re going to be in a stressful, vulnerable and overwhelming situation. It is vital that you speak to an attorney who can ensure that you are not taken advantage of. We look at some of the leaders in the field.
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The likelihood of such a potential deal seems minuscule, as many Republicans have said they don't believe any witnesses are necessary and Democrats say Hunter Biden has no relevance to this case.
The Emerson College poll found that a large chunk of the Vermont senator's supporters in the 2020 race is not committed to the Democratic nomination regardless of who wins.
The former president addressed a sold-out crowd in Toronto on Thursday, where he expressed his frustration at the current administration's rollbacks on fuel standards.
The incident occurred in the contested South China Sea, where the U.S. military conducts "freedom of navigation" operations in waters claimed by Beijing.
President Donald Trump's "support for the March for Life has been unwavering," March for Life President Jeanne Mancini said.
The Stockton Police Department's bomb squad rushed to the scene and decided to evacuate about 20 homes in the area "out of an abundance of caution."
"I call ICE in a minute. I have no problem calling ICE," said Hamilton County judge Robert Ruehlman.
All three aboard the C-130 Hercules Large Air Tanker died after crashing during operations in the Snowy Monaro area of New South Wales.
The president broke a record he set only a month ago as he posted about the Senate impeachment trial and other affairs.
One case of the virus has been confirmed in the U.S..
Even though the rain is expected not to last long, minor street flooding is possible
Some of Italy's abundant ghost towns are getting a second chance thanks to artists and refugees breathing new life into these medieval villages.
Is it possible to get the cheapest fare and still enjoy a long flight in the not-so-friendly skies of Basic Economy? We talk to a few airline experts to find out.
Despite the dangers, tourists continue to flock to these volatile places for incredible views and to take a peek at Mother Nature's temperamental hotspots.
In honor of the 100th anniversary of the passing of the 19th Amendment, which guaranteed women's right to vote in the U.S., we look at other impressive female advancements over the past 100 years.
President Volodymyr Zelensky’s government has been given the largest mandate in modern Ukrainian history, ensuring the passing of long-awaited judicial and land market reforms. Find out more.
Discover how a new pro-business government has acted quickly to introduce reforms that are stimulating economic growth, fast track large-scale developments and attract investments to both traditional and emerging sectors.
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