Former FBI Director James Comey in memos recounting conversations with President Donald Trump last year said Trump repeatedly raised concern over salacious allegations in an intelligence dossier, the need for loyalty and ferreting out leakers.
Greater transparency in what was one of Africa's most secretive states could help restore investor confidence in the continent's second-largest crude producer.
An Icelandic man arrested on suspicion of stealing about 600 computers used to mine the cryptocurrency Bitcoin escaped prison and fled the country on a commercial flight to Sweden.
When French President Emmanuel Macron arrives in Washington on Monday for a three-day state visit, many expect it will be test of the two leader's rapport as Macron tries to sway Trump on key issues from Syria to Iran and trade after a year spent investing a lot of political capital with few returns.
Maria, the worst storm to hit the island in 90 years, devastated Puerto Rico's grid. A power line failure Wednesday cut power to the entire island, affecting almost 3.4 million residents.
“No-one is going to move back,” concedes Shuker, 62, who had to escape Iraq in 1971. “However there are many who would be very receptive to visiting their shrines and where there ancestors are buried. The Iraqi Jewish community is the most ardent Jewish community, probably anywhere, that is so attached to its birthplace, because of its history.”
US Secretary of State nominee and CIA Director Mike Pompeo made a secret visit to North Korea over the Easter weekend and met with North Korean leader Kim Jong-un to discuss a planned summit with President Donald Trump.
Abe is due to arrive Tuesday at Trump's Mar-a-Lago retreat in Palm Beach, Florida, for two days of talks dominated by North Korea but also expected to cover trade, relations with China and other issues. Both leaders could use a successful summit to give themselves a political boost at home.
The United States said Russians or Syrians may have tampered with evidence on the ground the site of a suspected poison gas attack.
Several justices on Brazil's top court have already made clear they want to overturn a landmark 2016 ruling that allowed defendants to be jailed if their graft convictions were upheld on a first appeal — the sole reason that President Luiz Inacio Lula da Silva and several senior politicians and businessmen are currently behind bars.