As U.S. corporate jet use approaches pre-financial crisis levels and chief executives take an increasing number of personal trips on the company tab, many investors are being kept in the dark about the true cost of the perk.
US CEOs' jet perks add millions to corporate tax bills
US President Donald Trump has denounced the impeachment inquiry by House Democrats against him as “a hoax”.
Trump blasts impeachment inquiry as ‘a hoax’
France’s defense chief blasted the US for trying to force its NATO allies into purchasing American arms and equipment above anything else, days after President Emmanuel Macron held Washington to blame for the Western military bloc’s “brain death.”
France slams US for forcing own weapons on NATO allies
A senior Palestinian figure slammed a newly-announced Israeli settlement plan in the West Bank city of Al-Khalil (Hebron) as being a result of Washington's recent decision to recognize Israeli settlements in the occupied territory.
Senior Palestinian figure blames US for Israeli settlement expansion
US President Donald Trump faced two deadlines in Congress on Sunday as Democrats prepared to shift the focus of their impeachment inquiry from fact-finding to the consideration of possible charges of misconduct over his dealings with Ukraine.
Trump faces two impeachment deadlines as inquiry shifts focus
A former US intelligence analyst has described US President Donald Trump's claims regarding a cease-fire deal with the Afghan Taliban as an "absolute photo opportunity."
Ex-intelligence analyst criticizes Trump's 'opportunistic' Afghanistan visit
A US congressional panel on Friday gave President Donald Trump one week to say whether his legal counsel intends to introduce evidence and call witnesses in upcoming impeachment proceedings that could lead to formal charges of misconduct within a few weeks.
US panel sets deadline for Trump to decide participation in impeachment hearings
International human rights lawyer Edward Corrigan says the United States has a long history in staging coups in Latin American countries, including Bolivia.
'US has long history in staging coups in Latin America'
Prime Minister Boris Johnson said it was best if US President Donald Trump did not get involved in Britain’s upcoming election when he visits London for a NATO summit next week.
Johnson implores Trump – please keep out of election
The administration of US President Donald Trump is moving to pay the North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO) a less share.
Trump administration moves to pay less in US share of NATO

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