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But it is unclear what kind of testimony US President Donald Trump has in mind
'We are no longer interested in such talks that bring nothing to us,' says North Korea's foreign ministry adviser Kim Kye-gwan
Major roads have been blocked, banks torched, and public buildings attacked in the nationwide unrest that has left at least two dead – a civilian and a policeman
US Defense Secretary Mark Esper says the decision is 'an act of goodwill to contribute to an environment conducive to diplomacy and the advancement of peace'
(UPDATED) On his 16th birthday, Nathaniel Berhow kills two of his classmates before turning the gun on himself
(UPDATED) Former US ambassador to Ukraine Marie Yovanovitch testifies before US Congress about intimidation from Trump and the 'smear campaign' against her
Earlier witnesses in the inquiry said US envoy Marie Yovanovitch was removed after a smear campaign involving Trump lawyer Rudy Giuliani. Yovanovitch will now tell her side of the story.
Good, super toit things come to those who w8! NBC announces the early renewal of 'Brooklyn Nine-Nine' for an 8th season
The US president's attorneys argue that Trump enjoys immunity both from prosecution and from any acts of investigation
(UPDATED) The gunman is in custody in 'grave' condition as officers stormed Saugus High School in Santa Clarita – the latest in a relentless cycle of classroom shootings that have left around 300 youngsters dead over two decades
US Defense Secretary Mark Esper and Philippine Defense Secretary Delfin Lorenzana are expected to discuss 'regional security cooperation to uphold international rules and norms'
The decision marked the second time an appeals court has denied Donald Trump's attempt to avoid a House subpoena that calls for him to turn over 8 years of accounting documents
'Bilang kaibigan ng Pilipinas, gagawin nila ang lahat para tayo ay magtagumpay sa laban na ito,' says Vice President Leni Robredo, whose strategy against illegal drugs is focused on drug demand reduction and rehabilitation
The market value of the next-generation battery technology the Chinese national was accused of stealing was more than $1 billion, the US Justice Department says
'A deal could happen soon,' United States President Donald Trump tells business leaders, while also saying tariffs would be jacked up if no deal is reached with China
A statement from the Carter Center says the 95-year-old Nobel laureate will remain in hospital 'as long as advisable for observation'
'The problem of drugs is not unique to us. We won’t be able to solve this on our own. We really need to work with other countries, especially those near us,' the Vice President says
Foreign actors eye future spies and government bureaucrats
(UPDATED) The Carter Center says in a statement, the former US president 'was admitted to Emory University Hospital this evening for a procedure to relieve pressure on his brain, caused by bleeding due to his recent falls'
The hearings begin on November 13, with the first witnesses two officials who have already provided evidence against Trump in private testimony: Bill Taylor and Deputy Assistant Secretary of State George Kent
Analysts say that the billionaire's candidacy could do the most harm against frontrunner Joe Biden's prospects
The unmanned aircraft is downed over Iranian territory with a domestically manufactured Mersad surface-to-air missile
‘That is good, if he decides to be serious about it,’ one netizen writes
A Bloomberg advisor says: 'Based on his record of accomplishment, leadership and his ability to bring people together to drive change, Mike would be able to take the fight to Trump and win'
Here is a look at the opioid crisis and the tensions it has caused between China and the United States
A veteran diplomat who advises Vice President Mike Pence on Europe and Russia, Jennifer Williams will be the first person from the vice president's office to testify
President Rodrigo Duterte floats the idea during a Cabinet meeting, but is still deciding which alternative materials can be used in place of single-use plastics
If confirmed by the US, the comments could be the latest positive signal in efforts by negotiators to formalize a partial trade deal – although details remain sparse
Two Saudis and 1 US citizen allegedly worked together on behalf of Riyadh to unmask ownership details behind dissident Twitter accounts, the US Justice Department says
Why were the US and Japan forces in the Philippines for joint 'warrior' exercises? Because China desires regional and global domination, and the Philippines is standing in its way.
Juli Briskman lost her job after the snapshot of her gesture spread across media and the internet in 2017, but she says getting fired also opened 'a lot of doors'
The United States trade gap falls 4.7% to $52.5 billion in September 2019
Democrats are projected to win closely-watched elections in two states, results signaling troubling headwinds for his 2020 re-election campaign
The heads of 7 top security-related agencies say, 'Russia, China, Iran, and other foreign malicious actors all will seek to interfere in the voting process or influence voter perceptions'
Charles Rhines, 63, is put to death by lethal injection soon after the Supreme Court rejected a last-ditch appeal by his lawyers claiming that his trial was tainted
'Beijing has used intimidation to try and stop ASEAN nations from exploiting their offshore resources,' says US National Security Advisor Robert O'Brien
The sparsely attended address from National Security Advisor Robert O'Brien stood in contrast to earlier ASEAN meetings, which had all been attended by most heads of state
Thailand and the Philippines have shrugged off cybersecurity warnings in a rush to exploit the ultra-fast 5G network promised by China's biggest smartphone maker, while Vietnam has edged away from Huawei
The building political clash – fueled by the House's impeachment inquiry into Trump – appears to virtually guarantee another year of sharp division in a nation long weary of such drama
A cordless reciprocating saw that sells for as little as $100 can slice through the wall in minutes, the Washington Post reports
'They're coming to set up a major military post in Qamishli,' a source tells Agence France-Presse
Tehran is preparing to mark on Monday the 40th anniversary of the hostage crisis, an act that continues to poison Iran-US relations
The US cannot ask to leave the Paris accord until November 4, 2019
The decision marks the first time the World Trade Organization has authorized China to impose tariffs in a trade dispute
The chamber votes along party lines, 232 to 196, to pass a resolution that lays out rules for the next stages of the impeachment process
'If we don't hold this president accountable, we could be ceding our ability to hold any president accountable,' says Jim McGovern, chariman of the House Rules Committee
According to the US account, Conan was injured chasing Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi into a dead end tunnel in his Syrian hideout, where the cornered ISIS leader detonated a suicide vest, killing himself and two children
The US embassy in Manila and its affiliated offices will resume regular services on Monday, November 4
'We took this step to help keep the US economy strong in the face of global developments,' says United States Federal Reserve Chairman Jerome Powell