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Robert Mueller will take questions from lawmakers for the first time on the Russia investigation when he appears before two separate Democratic-led House committees on Wednesday, July 24
US President Donald Trump's comments come a week after he sparked a firestorm of outrage when he attacked the left-leaning lawmakers with a series of tweets saying they should 'go back' to their countries of origin
Special Counsel Robert Mueller will submit to questions before Congress for the first time on July 24, 2019. Here's what you need to know about his report on Russian meddling and obstruction allegations in the US presidential elections
Special Counsel Robert Mueller, much-trusted in Washington circles but with a sphinx-like image, has already signalled he will be a tough nut to crack
(UPDATED) NASA plans to return to the Moon to test technology for Mars by 2024
Tensions rise in the Gulf as this incident occurs on the same day that US President Donald Trump says an Iranian drone threatened an American naval vessel
In another Twitter outburst, Trump calls on the US Federal Reserve to 'Correct!' its overreach
The US House of Representatives votes 332 to 95 to table, or effectively kill, a resolution brought by Democrat Al Green that raised whether to begin procedures to remove Trump from office
NBC News says it found the 1992 video from Trump's Palm Beach, Florida club in its archives, showing the real estate tycoon welcoming Epstein to the party and appearing to discuss women dancing to music in front of them
Democratic leaders condemn Donald Trump's comments, rallying around lawmakers Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez, Rashida Tlaib, Ilhan Omar, and Ayanna Pressley
'If the military exercise really goes ahead, it would affect the DPRK-US working-level talks,' an unnamed foreign ministry spokesperson says in comments carried by state news agency KCNA, using the official acronym for North Korea
While US President Donald Trump denies he is racist, he has a long history of political pandering to white suspicions about other ethnic groups
Front-runner Boris Johnson and Foreign Secretary Jeremy Hunt refuse to call the tweets of US President Donald Trump racist when pressed to do so during their last debate
The report is based on a survey of 2,388 US adults who use Twitter and gave Pew permission to review their personal public-facing accounts between December 2018 and July 2019
The US president refers on Twitter to 'Progressive' Democrat Congresswomen' in remarks that appeared to be aimed at a group of outspoken relatively young, liberal women of color, all first-time members of the House of Representatives
Analysts say the very industries United States President Donald Trump has tried to help have become the weakest links in the otherwise solid economy
Thousands of undocumented migrants wait in fear ahead of nationwide raids that could have them expelled from the United States
'They came in illegally,' Donald Trump tells reporters at the White House. 'They are going to take people out and they are going to send them back to their country.'
'I am not a fan of Bitcoin and other Cryptocurrencies, which are not money, and whose value is highly volatile and based on thin air,' Trump tweets
Trump claims that firms such as Facebook, Google and Twitter – who were not invited to the summit – discriminate against him and his supporters, even though his own Twitter account has nearly 62 million followers
The legislation – dubbed the GAFA tax – an acronym for Google, Apple, Facebook and Amazon – is passed by a simple show of hands in the Senate upper house after previously being passed by the National Assembly lower chamber
'Remember, that deal was to expire in a short number of years. Sanctions will soon be increased, substantially!' says President Donald Trump
'The current situation is making it impossible for me to carry out my role as I would like,' Kim Darroch writes in his resignation letter
'You're excluding me. You're excluding people that look like me. You're excluding people of color,' Team USA star Megan Rapinoe tells President Donald Trump
The missives threaten to plunge Washington and London into a rare diplomatic crisis and have landed their author, British envoy Kim Darroch – and by default his prime minister – in the US president's crosshairs
'I don’t know the Ambassador but have been told he is a pompous fool,' Trump writes in a series of early morning tweets doubling down on British envoy Kim Darroch
President Donald Trump has invited conservative critics of Big Tech but excluded the platforms themselves
(UPDATED) The European Union says it is 'extremely concerned' by the development and calls on Iran to 'reverse all activities' inconsistent with its deal commitments
US president Donald Trump tells the US women's football team the country is 'proud of you all'
'I'm going to start showing some of these detention centers to the press. I want the press to go in and see them,' Trump tells reporters in Morristown, New Jersey
'We don't really believe this administration is going to become substantially more normal; less dysfunctional; less unpredictable; less faction riven; less diplomatically clumsy and inept,' allegedly says Ambassador Kim Darroch
In a trickling rain, he repeatedly ascribes a singular greatness to the US, declaring it 'the most exceptional nation in the history of the world'
The announcement comes as the US is seeking Pakistan's help in finding a way out of neighboring Afghanistan, where American forces are now in their 18th year of war
Pyongyang's delegation to the United Nations on Wednesday, July 3, says the US continues to be 'obsessed with sanctions'
The US commander-in-chief and erstwhile Manhattan showman plans to tear up another norm, critics say, by hijacking traditionally non-partisan Independence Day as he seeks re-election
Iran is acting on its May 8 threat to suspend parts of the agreement in response to US President Donald Trump's reimposition of crippling sanctions after withdrawing from it in May last year
One possible compromise is to ease restrictions on Huawei's consumer business while keeping sanctions on telecom infrastructure, says Samm Sacks, a fellow at the New America foundation China Digital Economy project
Takeaways from the weekend encounter of Donald Trump and Kim Jong-un
US president Donald Trump says: 'They know what they're doing. They know what they're playing with and I think they're playing with fire'
(UPDATED) Regional powerhouse China says renewed discussions between North Korea and the United States are of 'great significance'
(UPDATED) The impromptu meeting in the Demilitarized Zone dividing the Korean peninsula comes with negotiations between Pyongyang and Washington over the North's nuclear arsenal at a deadlock
Here are some of the top moments and bon-mots from the 2 day meeting hosted by Japan in the city of Osaka
'US companies can sell their equipment to Huawei,' Trump says hours after sealing a tariff truce with Chinese President Xi Jinping
Turkey remains committed to the purchase, with Erdogan saying earlier this month: 'We have completed the business'
If Kim accepts, it would be the third meeting between the leaders of the two former enemies amid efforts to denuclearise the Korean peninsula
(UPDATED) Economists say that a lengthy trade war could be crippling for the global economy at a time when headwinds including increased geopolitical tensions and Brexit are blowing hard
'One day he says something, another day he says something,' the 83-year-old Buddhist monk says of the US president
(UPDATED) Iran is on the verge of exceeding one of the limits on stockpiles of nuclear material foreseen under the Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action
(UPDATED) Vladimir Putin says nothing, but grins in response to the US President's comment
'In the past, we've allowed certain tweets that violated our rules to remain on Twitter because they were in the public's interest, but it wasn't clear when and how we made those determinations,' the company says