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Pompeo Says U.S. ‘Not Covering Up’ Khashoggi Murder

Secretary of State Mike Pompeo on Monday denied Washington was "covering up" the killing of Saudi journalist Jamal Khashoggi and promised further action. 

Venezuela’s Guaido Challenges Maduro Through Humanitarian Aid

Boosted by the backing of 20 European Union countries, Venezuela's opposition warned the military on Tuesday not to prevent humanitarian aid from entering the country as parliament leader Juan Guaido stepped up his challenge to President Nicolas Maduro's authority.

Jury Weighs Fate of “El Chapo” After 12-Week Trial

A New York jury began deliberating the fate of Joaquin "El Chapo" Guzman Monday after a three month drug trial that laid bare the loves, schemes and escapes of Mexico's most famous drug lord.

Ex-Starbucks CEO Howard Schultz Aims To Oust Trump In 2020

Billionaire former Starbucks CEO Howard Schultz said in a TV interview that he is looking into running against Donald Trump in 2020 as an independent presidential candidate.

Officials: Trade War ‘Certainly’ Hurting China Economy

China's economy is more vulnerable to the fallout in the current trade stand-off with Washington and already has been hurt by the dispute, US Commerce Secretary Wilbur Ross said Monday.

Can Trump Use ‘Emergency Powers’ To Build Border Wall?

Facing stiff resistance from Congress, President Donald Trump has said he might use his emergency powers to construct hundreds of miles of wall on the southern border to prevent migrants from crossing into the United States illegally from Mexico.

Next U.S. House Foreign Affairs Chief Vows To Check Trump, Warns Russia

The incoming head of the US House Foreign Affairs Committee warned Thursday of election-related sanctions against Russia and vowed oversight of Donald Trump's diplomacy, which he said had made Americans "laughingstocks."

Jury Delay Snarls El Chapo’s US Drug Trial

Juror complications on Tuesday delayed opening statements in the New York trial of Joaquin "El Chapo" Guzman, one of the world's most notorious criminals accused of spending a quarter of a century smuggling cocaine into the United States.

Trump Lashes Out at Macron as Europe Moves on Defense Without US

Donald Trump on Tuesday unleashed an extraordinary attack on Emmanuel Macron, mocking the French president's approval rating and lashing him over European defense proposals which enjoyed a crucial new boost from Germany. 

Britain Announces Draft Brexit Deal with EU

Britain has agreed a draft Brexit deal with the European Union, Prime Minister Theresa May announced Tuesday, although she must still get it through her cabinet and the deeply divided parliament.

North Korea Hiding Missile Bases, US Researchers Say

North Korea is operating at least 13 undeclared bases to hide mobile, nuclear-capable missiles, a new study released Monday has found, raising fresh doubts over US President Donald Trump's signature foreign policy initiative.

Jeff Sessions Resigns As Attorney General

Attorney General Jeff Sessions resigned Wednesday after enduring more than a year of bitter criticism from the president over his decision to step aside from the Russia investigation that has dogged the White House.

US Vows ‘Relentless’ Sanctions As Iran Defiant

The United States vowed Monday to be "relentless" in countering Iran as sweeping sanctions took effect, but the Islamic republic defiantly promised to stand up to the "bullying" by Washington.

Erdogan Urges Saudi Prosecutor To Find Out Who Ordered Khashoggi Hit

Florida Man Arrested In Connection To Suspicious Packages Sent To Democrat Politicians

Investigators have arrested a suspect in Florida in connection with 12 suspicious packages and pipe bombs sent to critics of Donald Trump in a days-long spree that has inflamed the United States ahead of key midterm elections.

Turkey Wants 18 Saudis Extradited Over Khashoggi Murder

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