The board members of one of the largest evangelical churches in the United States have quit over a sexual misconduct scandal that has already forced out its founder.
US Church leaders quit over sexual abuse scandal
WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange, who has been holed up in Ecuador's London embassy for six years, is considering an offer to appear before the United States Senate Intelligence Committee to discuss alleged Russian interference in the 2016 US election, his lawyer said on Thursday.
Assange mulls appearing before US Senate panel: Lawyer
An American political analyst has told the Press TV that US President Donald Trump is playing with a political fire by threatening allies and others with sanctions if they keep interacting with Iran.
Trump is playing with political fire by threatening others over Iran: Analyst
Nicaraguan President Daniel Ortega says the United States' foreign policy is established on expansionism and oppression, noting that those countries that tend to act against Washington's will are demonized and destabilized by the White House.
Nicaragua's Ortega says US foreign policy based on expansionism, oppression
Iranian Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif slammed the US president’s hypocrisy, saying Donald Trump seeks to create the illusion that Washington is “concerned” about the Iranian people even though he is targeting the people with sanctions.
Zarif: US hypocrisy knows no bounds
US President Donald Trump has admitted his oldest son met a Kremlin-linked Russian lawyer in June 2016 to collect information about his then political opponent Hillary Clinton, but argues it was legal.
Trump admits son met Russian lawyer for information on Clinton
Hundreds of protesters have rallied outside the headquarters of the National Rifle Association (NRA), calling for stricter gun-control measures and a change to the powerful gun lobby’s tax-exempt status.
Protesters rally against US gun violence at NRA headquarters
The United States regards the Islamic Republic of Iran as its primary obstacle to its total domination of the Middle East, American political analyst Keith Preston says.
US considers Iran an obstacle to Mideast domination: Analyst
“Iran has problems with US behavior”
Parliamentary official: Talks with US is not taboo

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