In a farewell speech, Secretary of State Rex W. Tillerson urged respect and civility in a time and town where he was fired by a presidential Twitter post.
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General McMaster had struggled for months to impose order not only on a fractious national security team but on a president who resisted the sort of discipline customary in the military.
House Republicans, over Democrats’ objections, voted Thursday to release a report concluding there was no collusion between the Trump campaign and Russia.
The Youth Army, a recent Kremlin creation, is designed to imprint nationalist fervor, but critics doubt Russia needs a militaristic league for the young.
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Tens of thousands of protesters took to the streets across the country as civil servants and railway workers angry with President Emmanuel Macron’s reforms went on strike.
Facing withering criticism from a Senate subcommittee, the secretary of housing and urban development followed the advice of his aides, who in recent days have urged him to apologize for the purchase.
Investigators tried to determine what had motivated Mark Conditt to go on a bombing spree that killed two and terrorized Austin for weeks.
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Turkey’s expanding campaign makes it one of the big players in the seven-year conflict, but that comes with all the hazards of embroilment in a foreign war.
President Trump’s latest restrictions on Chinese goods and investments could shake China’s economy and strain the power structure Xi Jinping has created for himself.
With the National Assembly firmly in his pocket, France’s president has had almost unchecked authority to carry out his agenda.
Government funding is set to expire at midnight Friday, and the Senate’s approval is still needed to avert what would be the third government shutdown of the year.
The record comes after seven years of average annual gains not seen since in the city since the first half of the 20th century.