The Democratic Party’s struggle for its future policy direction is evident this election season. The primary results in Iowa and New Hampshire, narrow first- and second-place finishes for Senator Bernie Sanders (a progressive) and former South Bend mayor Pete Buttigieg (a moderate), were just two indicators. During this week’s debate in Las Vegas, the split became even more obvious.
On Friday, February 21, after four days of deliberation, the jury in Harvey Weinstein’s criminal trial made an announcement of sort. It wasn’t a verdict – not quite. It was more complex – and almost more captivating – than that.
I was in Kabul in 2010 when Julian Assange and WikiLeaks first released a vast archive of classified US government documents, revealing what Washington really knew about what was happening in the world. I was particularly interested in one of these disclosures, which came in the shape of a video that the Pentagon had refused to release despite a Freedom of Information Act request.
US forces in Syria started pulling back on Monday from Turkish border areas, opening the way for Ankara’s threatened military invasion and heightening fears of a extremist resurgence.
The muddled Democratic presidential contest is raising jitters among some in the party that their House majority and chances of taking the Senate could be at risk in 2020.
The peculiar episode took place in the state of Washington in the US, where the animal was found at ‘a significant distance’ from any water body, before being released into its natural habitat.
Abbas says that he told Israel and the US that "there will be no relations with them, including the security ties" following the deal that Palestinians say heavily favours Israel.
A Florida man undergoing kidney dialysis looks to Trump for emotional support but is extremely upset he can't bring a life-sized cardboard cutout of Trump to the centre where is he undergoing treatment.
US industrial production fell 0.3 per cent in January as unseasonably warm weather held down the output of utilities and Boeing Co cut production of civilian aircraft, the Federal Reserve (Fed) said.