Lt. Col. Alexander Vindman, a National Security Council aide who has been criticized by President Donald Trump and his allies, told lawmakers Tuesday that Trump's push for Ukraine to investigate former Vice President Joe Biden on a July call was "inappropriate," and he knew "without hesitation" that he had to report it.
On Tuesday, the House's ongoing impeachment investigation held its third day of public hearings -- featuring National Security Council Ukraine expert Alexander Vindman and Jennifer Williams, a member of Vice President Mike Pence's staff.
Lt. Col. Alexander Vindman told House Intelligence Chair Adam Schiff that while listening in on the July 25 call between President Trump and Ukrainian President Zelensky, Vindman thought it was improper for Trump to "demand an investigation."
A White House Ukraine expert and an aide to the vice president testify about concerns over the President's conversation
Opening statements: Jennifer Williams, Adam Schiff, Devin Nunes
At least one guard on duty the night Jeffrey Epstein died in prison is expected to self-surrender Tuesday at federal court in Manhattan to face charges that are expected to include falsifying records, according to a source familiar with the case.
The Hmong community in California is experiencing another American milestone: Their first mass shooting
A group of Hmong family and friends gathered Sunday night in a Fresno backyard to do a very American thing -- watch football. Instead, they became victims of another very American thing -- a mass shooting that left four men dead and six others injured.
Genetically-modified babies are "highly desirable" to help protect people from disease and could be created ethically within two years, according to a new scientific paper.
Luis Enrique has been reappointed as Spain's national team coach, five months after he left the job to spend more time with his family during his daughter's battle with bone cancer.
Swedish authorities are ending their investigation into an allegation of rape against WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange, the country's deputy chief prosecutor announced Tuesday.
He's a World Cup winner and one of Spain's most celebrated footballers, but Gerard Pique hopes to avoid an own goal in his controversial $3 billion revamp of tennis' Davis Cup that began in front of a less than packed house in Madrid this week.
Looking down into the undisturbed black water during a new moon, tiny pinpoints of light sparkle back, almost like a star field below matches the star field above.
More than 50 people were treated for asthma and breathing-related problems in Sydney on Tuesday as smoke blown from New South Wales bushfires engulfed the Australian city in thick smoke.
Swishy Switzerland ski resort Zermatt may be a bit more appealing this year to savvy skiers.
Boris Johnson and rival Jeremy Corbyn set for TV election clash
Protesters at Hong Kong's Polytechnic University have left behind significant damage and remnants of their make-shift bomb making operations after surrendering to police. Police say roughly 600 people left the campus on Monday.
Imagine if tennis legends Roger Federer and Serena Williams lived and trained in the same small town. Both arguably the greatest of all time in their own disciple, living and training side by side, pushing each other to new heights.
With more than 200 islands, stretches of quiet beaches and nearly eternal sunshine, Abu Dhabi has plenty to offer water lovers.