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President Donald Trump on Thursday shook up his senior West Wing staff, days after his administration faced its first major legislative setback in failing to pass a bill to repeal and replace Obamacare.
On the ground in Cairo you might get distracted by the papyrus sellers or a view of the pyramids, but from above the city looks totally different.
Clint Watts, senior fellow at the Foreign Policy Research Institute, says President Trump used active Russian measures against his opponents during the 2016 election.
President Donald Trump has approved stepping up counterterrorism strikes in Somalia, according to two US defense officials.
As British Prime Minister Theresa May triggered Article 50 this week, across the channel, her German counterpart, Angela Merkel, reassured party members in Berlin that with or without the UK, the European Union would continue to be a success.
Nearly a decade after "An Inconvenient Truth" first hit theaters, former Vice President Al Gore is back and this time he has his sights set on President Donald Trump.
A former spokesman for President Donald Trump's campaign said Thursday that Ivanka Trump's decision to join the White House staff is not nepotism because the President's daughter will work for free.
Russian President Vladimir Putin has described allegations that his country meddled in the 2016 US election as "fictional, illusory, provocations and lies."
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House Speaker Paul Ryan says he has no interest in working with Democrats on getting health care legislation passed, disputing a suggestion by the White House to reach across the aisle and bypass conservative House Republicans.
Nine Malaysian citizens barred from leaving North Korea after the murder of Kim Jong Nam have finally been allowed to return home, Malaysian prime minister Najib Razak announced in a statement Thursday.
A new series of portraits celebrating women and ethnic minorities will soon adorn the walls of Oxford University.
The skies are gray, the air is cold and conditions on track are slippery, but nothing can dampen Adam Carroll's enthusiasm as he hurtles around Nutts Corner Circuit.
The president of the executive arm of the European Union had a message for US President Donald Trump on Thursday: mind your own business.
The removal of a massive church organ in Rhode Island has uncovered a 170-year-old mystery involving the carved faces of a woman.
Unbelievable, jaw-dropping, astonishing. Watch it once, watch it twice, watch it again and again and Andri Ragettli's incredible world-first feat is always majestic.
Since July, the influx of South Sudanese in Uganda has increased, causing the main settlements of Bidi-Bidi and Nyumanzi to fill in three months. More than 1.5 million South Sudanese refugees have fled to neighboring countries in the region, and around half are located in Uganda. More than two-thirds of South Sudanese refugees living in Uganda have arrived since the outbreak of violence in Juba in July 2016. Currently, the influx shows little sign of abating, with more than 116,000 South Sudanese refugees having fled to Uganda in 2017 alone.
The UK government is to set out details Thursday of how it plans to convert thousands of pieces of EU law into domestic law when Britain leaves the European Union.
The thousands of Russians who took to the streets over the weekend may not have vented their fury directly at Vladimir Putin, but the President certainly took note of the message.
Theresa May is taking a lead from a frequently divorced former monarch in preparing the way for post-Brexit Britain.