U.K. triggers Brexit, the battle for Mosul, Dylan accepts Nobel Prize, and more from the United States and around the world.
Senators Richard Burr and Mark Warner promised a long, slow, even dull inquiry into election interference—an implicit rebuke to the House’s ever-more-chaotic process.
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New reports question whether transactions by the former Trump campaign chair, who has been tied to Russia, indicate possible money laundering.
The far-left Socialist leader is seen as a long shot in next month’s presidential contest.
Scotland’s Parliament backs independence referendum, Trump signs an executive order on energy independence, and more from the United States and around the world.
Democrats want the chair of the committee looking into collusion between the Trump administration and Russia to recuse himself, and hearings have ground to a halt for the moment.
Police say there’s “no evidence” Khalid Masood had links to ISIS or al-Qaeda. ISIS claimed responsibility for last week’s attack that killed four people.
The chair of the House Intelligence Committee, under fire for excessive closeness to President Trump, visited the White House the day before lodging a bombshell allegation.
Trump and the GOP turn to tax reform, South Korean prosecutors seek a warrant for the ousted president’s arrest, and more from the United States and around the world.
A shooting at a nightclub in Cincinnati has left one person dead and at least 15 injured, Hong Kong has a new leader who may further jeopardize its independence, and Russian opposition leader Alexei Navalny is detained at a protest.
Iraqi government forces paused the push to take back Mosul from ISIS over fears of high civilian casualties, Trump’s laptop ban begins, and the U.S. grants asylum to Singapore blogger Amos Yee, who fled his home country after being jailed for criticizing Muslims and Christians.
Republicans fail to pass health-care reform, Mubarak freed, and more from the United States and around the world.
Speaking after the collapse of the Republican health-care bill, the president assigned blame to plenty of parties but cast himself as a mere bystander.
Few would agree with him.
Republican Chairman Devin Nunes has canceled a public hearing, as Democrats accuse him of bowing to pressure from the White House and demand an independent investigation.
The latest on the London attack, a key test for the GOP’s health-care measure, and more from the United States and around the world.
The delay fit the pattern of previous statements from the group.
The commander in chief embraces a peculiar worldview in which bogus claims are retroactively justified and evidence simply conjured into existence.
Terrorist attack in London, day 3 of the Gorsuch hearings, and more from the United States and around the world.
“There is evidence that … is very much worthy of investigation” of collusion between Trump’s campaign and Russia, the Democratic vice chair of the House intelligence committee tells Meet the Press Daily.