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Lana Sue Clayton is accused of poisoning her husband by lacing his drinking water with eye drops between July 19 and 21, 2018
'There are possibilities available, we are working with (US Treasury Secretary) Steven Mnuchin. I made several proposals to him,' French Finance Minister Bruno Le Maire says
'He was aware of all my movements. I wouldn't do anything without the consent of Rudy Giuliani or the president,' Lev Parnas, an associate of Rudy Giuliani, says
The US and South Korea are in a security alliance and Washington stations 28,500 troops in South Korea to defend it from the nuclear-armed North
'We will transmit those articles & name impeachment managers. The Senate must choose between the Constitution & a cover-up,' House Speaker Nancy Pelosi says
The move is a sign of easing tensions between the two economic powers after nearly two years of conflict
Attorney General Bill Barr says evidence shows the shooter was 'motivated by jihadist ideology'
Huawei chief financial officer Meng Wanzhou, who was originally detained on a US warrant in late 2018, faces an extradition hearing in Vancouver that begins on January 20
Governor Greg Abbott tells the State Department that Texas has to dedicate its resources 'to those who are already here, including refugees, migrants and the homeless – indeed, all Texans'
The sanctions are the latest salvo in a US-Iranian confrontation that risked sliding into war a week ago with the deadly US drone attack on general Qasem Soleimani
The signing will cap a nearly two-year spat that threatened to throttle the global economy
'Iraq will remain a zone of conflict,' says Randa Slim of the Washington based Middle East Institute
Steve Kerr voices out his concern in the wake of the US strike in Baghdad that killed Iranian general Qasem Soleimani
(UPDATED) The new strike targets a convoy belonging to the Hashed al-Shaabi, an Iraqi paramilitary network whose Shiite-majority factions have close ties to Iran
Analysts say the killing of Qasem Soleimani was no small decision
Long lines welcome the opening of the new Jollibee stores in Chandler, Arizona; and in Regina in Saskatchewan, Canada
A statement from Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) identifies the person only as 'a 40-year-old native of Angola and citizen of France'
Officials say the new rule would help identify potential threats, and presumably enable security officials to act against them
The court exonerates two top aides to Saudi Arabia's powerful Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman, whom the US Senate considers responsible for Khashoggi's murder
The final prime-time debate of 2019 features just 7 of the 15 Democrats still in the contest 6 weeks before the first nomination ballots are cast in Iowa in February
An analyst says low interest rates, persistent consumer spending and relief at the apparent truce in US-China trade relations kept investors from pulling out
NBC cites 3 current and former US officials as saying the Trump administration intends to announce a drawdown of 4,000 troops from Afghanistan
Lisa Page sues the Justice Department and the Federal Bureau of Investigation, accusing the agencies of unlawfully disclosing 375 text messages between her and FBI counterintelligence official Peter Strzok
The election of a US president who advances a comprehensive national climate strategy could reduce emissions by 49% by 2030
US media reports say the two articles of impeachment will focus on abuse of power and obstruction of Congress,a ccording to 3 officials familiar with the matter
Judiciary Committee chairman Jerry Nadler will convene his committee at 9:00 am Monday (1400 GMT; 10 pm, Manila time), to hear evidence from both Democratic and Republican lawyers from the intelligence and judiciary committees
A brief statement about the meeting, to be held at the State Department, says US Secretary of State Mike Pompeo and his Russian counterpart Sergei Lavrov would 'discuss a broad range of regional and bilateral issues'
'Kim Jong-un is too smart and has far too much to lose, everything actually, if he acts in a hostile way,' US President Donald Trump tweets in response to an unspecified test at the Sohae space launch center
This comes after a request from Mexican President Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador
The SITE Intelligence Group, which monitors jihadist media, identifies the shooter as Mohammed al-Shamrani, saying he had posted a manifesto on Twitter that said, 'America as a whole has turned into a nation of evil'
'Why is the World Bank loaning money to China? Can this be possible? China has plenty of money, and if they don’t, they create it. STOP!' Donald Trump writes on Twitter
'As you know, your impeachment inquiry is completely baseless and has violated basic principles of due process and fundamental fairness,' White House chief lawyer Pat Cipollone writes to House Judiciary Committee chair Jerry Nadler
The exit of Senator Kamala Harris leaves 15 candidates in the battle to see who challenges President Donald Trump in the November 2020 election
The latest House measure condemns the arbitrary mass detention of Uighurs and calls for closure of the re-education camps where, according to rights groups and US lawmakers, they have been held and abused
'Iran is killing perhaps thousands and thousands of people right now as we speak,' Trump tells reporters in London ahead of a NATO summit
Steve Bullock, 53, enters the race late and is unable to make up the lost ground as a moderate whose strongest selling point was his 2016 reelection as governor in a red state won by Donald Trump
'I did not speak with US President Trump in those terms: you give me this, I give you that,' Volodymyr Zelensky says in an interview with European publications including Germany's Der Spiegel magazine
Aside from the suspension of reviews of applications for US warships to go to Hong Kong, China says it wil also apply sanctions to some US-based NGOs, such as Human Rights Watch and Freedom House
(3rd UPDATE) Two of the dead were children, according to US news reports coming in
'The United States will continue to participate in ongoing climate change negotiations and meetings – such as COP25 – to ensure a level playing field that protects US interests,' says the US State Department
(UPDATED) Dramatic video and photos shared on social media show a large fire at the TPC Group facility in Port Neches, near Houston, with one resident describing waking up to a huge boom
Politics watchers are interested in the perilous legal challenges facing Trump and his entourage as Democrats ready to prepare articles of impeachment soon after the Thanksgiving break
(UPDATED) 'I no longer share the same understanding with the Commander in Chief who appointed me, in regards to the key principles of good order and discipline,' Richard Spencer says
This is the first public confirmation that Secretary of State Mike Pompeo is considering running for Senate in 2020
China and the US have been locked in a bruising trade conflict for more than a year, hitting each other with volleys of tariffs on hundreds of billions of dollars' worth of goods
Brent Christensen, director of the American Institute in Taiwan, says Washington views any efforts to determine Taiwan's future by other than peaceful means as 'a threat to peace and security in the Western Pacific'
Chinese foreign ministry spokesman Geng Shuang says Washington is trying to use the case to back its accusations that China steals technology from US companies
Former National Security Council official Fiona Hill tells the panel the Ukraine story – of it supposedly meddling in the 2016 elections – is part of a Russian effort to 'weaken our country'
US lawyer Lisa Bloom, who represents 5 women allegedly assaulted by Jeffrey Epstein, tells BBC that Prince Andrew should speak to everyone probing the allegations – including her
Chinese Foreign Minister Wang Yi calls the US bill lauding pro-democracy protesters in Hong Kong 'a naked interference in China's internal affairs'