TEGUCIGALPA, (Reuters) – A Honduran TV star turned opposition candidate called yesterday on the country’s military to rebel from enforcing a curfew that was imposed after deadly protests followed last week’s disputed presidential vote.
WASHINGTON, (Reuters) – ABC News said on Saturday it had suspended Brian Ross, its chief investigative correspondent, over an error in his reporting about former national security adviser Michael Flynn which sent U.S.
BRUSSELS/BERLIN, (Reuters) – On the eve of his trip to Europe, Rex Tillerson gave a speech last week that European allies had waited months to hear: an “ironclad” promise of U.S.
ADEN (Reuters) – Former Yemeni president Ali Abdullah Saleh said on Saturday he was ready for a “new page” in ties with the Saudi-led coalition fighting in Yemen if it stopped attacks on his country, in a move that could pave the way to end nearly three years of war.
WASHINGTON (Reuters) – The US Senate narrowly approved a tax overhaul on Saturday, moving Republicans and President Donald Trump a big step closer to their goal of slashing taxes for businesses and the rich while offering everyday Americans a mixed bag of changes.
WASHINGTON (Reuters) – US President Donald Trump said on Saturday that actions by his disgraced former national security adviser Michael Flynn during the presidential transition were lawful and said that there was no collusion between his 2016 White House campaign and Russia.
TEGUCIGALPA (Reuters) – Two people died as Honduran security forces clashed with demonstrators and fanned out to enforce a curfew, officials said on Saturday, after a contested presidential election triggered looting and protests.
JERUSALEM (Reuters) – About 20,000 Israelis demonstrated in Tel Aviv on Saturday against government corruption and Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu who is under criminal investigation over allegations of abuse of office.
LONDON (Reuters) – The head of Britain’s Social Mobility Commission has quit, accusing Prime Minister Theresa May of being too fixated on Brexit to improve the prospects of those from less privileged backgrounds, The Sunday Times newspaper reported.
ABOARD THE PAPAL PLANE (Reuters) – Pope Francis on Saturday defended his strategy of avoiding the term “Rohingya” in Myanmar, saying he believed he got his message across to both the civilian and military leadership without shutting down dialogue.
WASHINGTON, (Reuters) – Former U.S. national security adviser Michael Flynn pleaded guilty yesterday to lying to the FBI about contacts with Russia and agreed to cooperate with prosecutors delving deeper into the actions of President Donald Trump’s inner circle before he took office in January.
WASHINGTON, (Reuters) – President Donald Trump is likely to announce next week that the United States recognizes Jerusalem as Israel’s capital, a senior administration official said yesterday, a move that would upend decades of American policy and possibly inflame tensions in the Middle East.
WASHINGTON, (Reuters) – Senate Republicans rallied around a U.S. tax overhaul bill yesterday, with Maine moderate Susan Collins announcing her support for it after obtaining agreements for several changes, giving the sweeping legislation sufficient votes to win passage.
HARARE, (Reuters) – Zimbabwe President Emmerson Mnangagwa appointed senior military officials to top posts in his first cabinet on Friday in what was widely seen as a reward for the army’s role in the removal of his predecessor, Robert Mugabe.
TEGUCIGALPA, (Reuters) – Honduran police fired tear gas at rock-hurling protesters yesterday after a widely criticized presidential election that has still to produce a clear winner stretched into its fourth day of vote counting.
CARACAS, (Reuters) – Venezuelan authorities yesterday arrested two once-powerful officials who had run the oil ministry and state energy company PDVSA as part of a deepening industry purge also seen as a power play by leftist President Nicolas Maduro.
NEW YORK, (Reuters) – Longtime “Today” show host Matt Lauer apologized for what he called his “troubling flaws” in a statement read out on the NBC morning show yesterday, a day after the network fired him for inappropriate sexual behavior.
LA PAZ, (Reuters) – Bolivian President Evo Morales said yesterday that opposition from the United States convinced him to run for a fourth term in 2019, spurring a second day of protests after the constitutional court eliminated term limits.
WASHINGTON, (Reuters) – Charles “Chuck” Johnson is not the kind of foot soldier in the army of lobbyists that House of Representatives Speaker Paul Ryan warned would descend on Washington to fight the biggest overhaul of the tax code since the 1980s.
WASHINGTON, (Reuters) – U.S. Attorney General Jeff Sessions refused to answer questions yesterday during a closed congressional hearing about whether President Donald Trump ever instructed him to hinder the Justice Department’s investigation into Russian interference in the 2016 election, according to Democratic lawmakers who attended.
(Trinidad Express) Police have found escaped fraud accused Vicky Boodram. She was hiding out in Penal, not far from her family home in Siparia.
(Reuters) – A Turkish-Iranian gold trader yesterday told jurors in a New York federal court that Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan authorized a transaction in a scheme to help Iran evade U.S.
NEW YORK, (Reuters) – “Today” show host Matt Lauer apologized for what he called his “troubling flaws” in a statement read out on the popular NBC morning show on Thursday, a day after the network fired him for inappropriate sexual behaviour.
LONDON, (Reuters) – Net migration to Britain fell by the largest amount on record in the 12 months after the Brexit vote, with more than three-quarters of the drop due to more EU citizens leaving and fewer arriving, official data showed on Thursday.
NEW YORK, (Reuters) – NBC News fired Matt Lauer, the popular host of its “Today” morning show, yesterday after a female colleague accused him of inappropriate sexual behaviour, the network said, making him the latest rich and powerful man to be felled by such accusations.