Secretary of State Mike Pompeo will visit Ukraine this week, making his first trip to the country at the heart of President Donald Trump’s impeachment.
Monday an Iranian-backed militia said that the death toll from U.S. military strikes in Iraq and Syria against its fighters has risen to 25, vowing to exact revenge for the “aggression of evil American ravens.”
Puerto Rico fires two more officials after Hurricane Maria aid found unused amid current earthquake aftermath
The pallets of bedding, food and medical supplies sat wrapped in plastic and unused in a warehouse for more than two years while Puerto Ricans suffered through the aftermath of a devastating hurricane and, recently, an earthquake. Now their discovery has triggered a political firestorm.
The Washington Post is reporting that insurers will be required to issue separate invoices for abortion coverage starting in June, the result of a new Obamacare rule, a change that will likely affect more than 3 million people.
Sen. Doug Jones, D-Ala., said Sunday he’d acquit President Donald Trump of abuse of power and obstruction of Congress if at his Senate impeachment trial, “those dots aren’t connected.”
Friday a top New York Police Department union official called on Mayor Bill de Blasio to “own” the consequences of the city’s sanctuary policies — while insisting officers want to be allowed to work with federal immigration enforcement — after an illegal immigrant who was freed in November is alleged to have sexually assaulted and murdered a 92-year-old woman.
Britain’s Sunday Times newspaper reported that President Donald Trump has invited British Prime Minister Boris Johnson to visit him in the White House in the new year.