Donald Trump Jr. made clear he was willing to receive damaging information about Hillary Clinton from a Russian lawyer in a June 2016 meeting.
The bill includes a modification that could block President Trump from easing sanctions on Moscow.
The government’s proposed changes to the supreme court has angered the bloc.
The resignation, prompted by the unexpected killing of a 911 caller, was perhaps years in the making.
The restriction follows the death of 22-year-old Otto Warmbier, who was imprisoned while visiting the nation with a tour group.
Tension over new security measures at the Al-Aqsa Mosque have caused violent mass protests.
If Trump were right to blame all of his problems on messaging, perhaps the smooth-talking businessman could solve them. But he’s not.
President Trump’s press secretary has resigned in protest of the president's decision to name a former hedge-fund executive as communications director.
The White House is threatening the special counsel and trying to dig up dirt on him, and the prospect that the president will try to fire him now seems very real.
Two men were killed in clashes between protesters and police forces as millions participated in a nationwide strike.
Police suspect the teenagers are seeking asylum as two of them are spotted crossing the border to Canada.
The discovery adds to mounting evidence that Iraqi forces have unlawfully murdered and abused suspected ISIS militants.
The former football star has served nine years in prison for the 2007 armed robbery and kidnapping in Las Vegas.
The first full round of negotiations is over—and they yielded just as much disagreement as agreement.
The U.S. Treasury Department says the energy giant violated sanctions on Russia when Rex Tillerson was CEO.
Donald Trump is an impossible boss, demanding absolute personal loyalty—even when it conflicts with the law or other key principles—and offering little faithfulness in return.
The arrest of a human-rights activist on terrorism charges and accusations that German companies are linked to an exiled cleric has made relations tense.
More than 60 individuals received prison sentences ranging from four to 94 years.
The senator’s doctors say he is reviewing treatment options, including chemotherapy and radiation.
The declaration was caught on microphone, along with the prime minister’s criticism of the European Union.
Even as the U.S. has bombed the Syrian leader’s forces, the president has stopped aiding one campaign against him.