The House Judiciary Committee received the impeachment inquiry’s official findings during an unruly hearing Monday where lawyers from both parties sparred in blunt terms over whether President Trump indeed abused his power in dealings with Ukraine -- while committee members clashed repeatedly over a process Republicans decried as a "rubber stamp."
The United States has resumed talks with the Taliban militant group in Qatar, according to a US source, days after President Donald Trump paid a surprise visit to the war-torn country and hinted at a resumption of the negotiations.
Alexandra Hall Hall, the British diplomat in charge of explaining Brexit to the US government, Congress and public, ended her 33-year foreign service career saying she is no longer prepared to "peddle half-truths" about Brexit on behalf of a government she does not trust.
A senior official of the Lebanese Hezbollah resistance movement says the United States and the Israeli regime are the main beneficiaries of the anti-government protests in his country, warning that Lebanon is on the brink of financial collapse.
A Saudi Air Force second lieutenant is said to have killed three people and wounded eight others on Friday in an unexplained shooting rampage at a US Navy base in Florida, where he was training, US officials told Reuters.
US Democratic presidential contender and multibillionaire Michael Bloomberg has said that Republican President Donald Trump would beat any of his Democratic rivals in the 2020 election easily, saying, "Donald Trump would eat 'em up."
Ride-hailing firm Uber Technologies Inc said it received over 3,000 reports of sexual assault related to its 1.3 billion rides in the United States last year, in a report aimed at ensuring drivers and the public it was serious about safety.
China has called on the United States to stop its so-called maximum pressure campaign on Iran and making threats of deploying additional troops to the Middle East, saying Washington should find a diplomatic solution to reduce tensions in the region.