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- 2018-12-06 17:51:44Z
Michael Cohen offers new details 'core' to Russia inquiry
President Trump announces nominees for UN ambassador and attorney general while awaiting Mueller court filings.
TOKYO (AP) - The Latest on the midair collision of two U.S. warplanes off Japan (all times local):
Wisconsin's Republican-controlled state Legislature passed a number of
Clinton says Bush will be remembered as a president with a "vision of a world order based on the rule of law and respect for human rights and minority rights."
Former President George W. Bush and former first lady Michelle Obama shared a
Aliens know that if they bring ANY minor with them they will be apprehended by Border Patrol and released into the interior of the United States. This is a direct result of the Clinton-era Flores Settlement decree that has created a massive loophole which allows alien family units to illegally cross the border and enter the United States after a short detention. This well-known loophole acts a magnet for family units and entices smugglers to use children as a way to gain access to the United States by posing a family unit.
It is wishful thinking that the European Union will reopen Brexit negotiations if the British parliament votes down the deal Prime Minister Theresa May has agreed with Brussels, her de facto deputy David Lidington said on Tuesday. May faces an uphill struggle to get the deal approved by parliament in a vote on Dec. 11, with politicians both in her own Conservatives and opposition parties opposing it. "There is a bit of wishful thinking on the part of some people that a preference expressed by politicians in the UK will somehow lead to a different plan, an alternative being offered," Cabinet Office minister Lidington told BBC TV when asked what the plan B was if parliament rejects the...
Russian President Vladimir Putin has expressed "serious concern" over Ukraine's decision to impose martial law, the Kremlin said Tuesday, after a confrontation at sea between the two countries. In a phone conversation with Chancellor Angela Merkel, Putin also said he hoped the German leader could intervene to rein in Kiev. Putin "expressed a serious concern over Kiev's decision to put its armed forces on alert and to introduce martial law," the Kremlin said in a statement following the call.
The U.S. Food and Drug Administration said on Monday that the source of an E.coli outbreak in the United States and Canada that has been associated with romaine lettuce appeared to be growers in the Central Coast region of California. Last week the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention issued a blanket warning to avoid all romaine and advised consumers, restaurants and markets to destroy any on hand. The FDA said on Monday that all romaine lettuce entering the market should now be labeled with a harvest location and date and that consumers should not buy or eat it if that information is missing.
Authorities are continuing to search for wanted drug suspect Mark Davis, 50, and his 16-year-old son.
Americans have fallen out of love with sedans, so Detroit is dropping them as fast as it can. General Motors became the third domestic automaker to move away from sedans, saying Monday that it ...
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CNN's Chris Cuomo was widely criticized on Twitter on Sunday night after he
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Gunfire erupted inside an Alabama shopping mall on Thanksgiving night, leaving one person dead and two hurt. Police say a 21-year-old man shot an 18-year-old in the torso. A 12-year-old girl, who was an innocent bystander, was also shot.
The United States accused Iran on Thursday of failing to declare a toxic arms programme to the global chemical warfare watchdog, in breach of international agreements. US envoy Kenneth Ward told the Organisation for the Prohibition of Chemical Weapons (OPCW) in The Hague that Tehran was also seeking deadly nerve agents for "offensive purposes". Tehran did not immediately respond to the accusations, which add to tensions with Washington over Iran's nuclear programme, terrorism, and the war in Syria.
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Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu's Likud party denied Friday that he had decided to call a snap election, as he battled to keep the government afloat after his defence minister quit over a Gaza ceasefire. Netanyahu's ruling coalition was left with a single seat majority in parliament after the walkout on Wednesday by Avigdor Lieberman and his hawkish Yisrael Beitenu party. Netanyahu held crunch talks on Friday with his other main right-wing rival, Education Minister Naftali Bennett, whose religious nationalist Jewish Home party has threatened also to quit unless he is given Lieberman's job.
Not only does it look way better than before, it promises to drive better, too.
Democrats may have won the House of Representatives, but for Rep. Nancy Pelosi the fight is just beginning.
ATLANTA (AP) - The Latest on the still unresolved election for Georgia governor (all times local):