US House Judiciary Committee chairman Jerry Nadler has announced that his panel is officially conducting an impeachment inquiry into President Donald Trump.
Nadler: House Judiciary doing ‘formal impeachment proceedings’
A man who was "full of anger" went on a two-hour stabbing and robbery rampage in the US state of California, killing four people and wounding two others, authorities said Wednesday.
4 dead, 2 wounded in stabbings in US state of California
US immigration authorities have arrested nearly 700 mostly Latino workers at seven food processing plants across the southern state of Mississippi, the largest workplace raid in at least a decade.
US immigration agents arrest 680 workers at food plants
South Korea “has agreed to pay substantially more money” to the United States “to defend itself” from North Korea, US President Donald Trump has announced.
South Korea agrees to pay more money to US, Trump announces
US stocks plunged on Wednesday, with the Dow Jones Industrial Average falling more than 450 points, as investors were spooked by the latest signals from the bond market that pointed to heightened risk of a recession.
Wall Street sinks as US bond market stokes recessionary fears
The US military, with the assistance of Israel, Saudi Arabia and terrorist groups in the Middle East, is seeking to tear Syria apart, as it maintains its illegal presence in the war-torn country, a former US Senate candidate says.
US seeking to tear Syria apart with illegal military presence: Analyst
Black men in the United States are 2.5 times more likely to be killed by the police than their white counterparts, according to a new study published Monday that quantified racial disparities in law enforcement violence.
Black men at highest risk of US police killing: Study
Many Wall Street workers will see their pay stay flat or decline this year, as big banks and money managers continue to cut costs, according to a report on Tuesday by compensation consultancy Johnson Associates.
Report: Some Wall Street workers face pay slump in 2019
China’s central bank said on Tuesday that Washington’s decision to label Beijing as a currency manipulator would “severely damage international financial order and cause chaos in financial markets”.
China says US currency manipulator labeling could cause chaos in financial markets
Australian Prime Minister Scott Morrison has announced that missiles belonging to the United States will not be deployed in Australia.
Australia not going to host US missile: PM Morrison

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