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Trump is considering terminating special counsel Robert Mueller, Newsmax CEO Chris Ruddy told PBS NewsHour on Monday.
Qatar's finance minister told CNBC that other Gulf nations may suffer as a result of the region's diplomatic feud while stressing his country's resilience to any shocks.
With the bulk of seats declared in the General Election, no party has gained a clear majority and the U.K. now faces a hung parliament.
Strategists believe the U.K. election results point to a clear erosion of PM May's political leadership, setting the stage for arduous Brexit negotiations ahead.
Southeast Asia's largest economy could enjoy as much as $200 billion in future investment following a credit ratings upgrade by S&P Global Ratings.
Former Malaysian premier Mahathir Mohamad could return to power if opposition parties defeat Prime Minister Najib Razak in the 2018 general elections.
A fierce spat between Qatar and leading Arab nations could see Doha shift closer to Turkey and Iran in a move that could alter Middle Eastern politics.
The debate about balancing civil liberties and security is back in focus amid expectations the U.K. will increase surveillance on terror suspects.
The North Atlantic Treaty Organization believes in incorporating artificial intelligence in its decision-making process, especially when quick action may be called for.
Mac Thornberry, chairman of the Committee on Armed Services, isn't worried about security implications from the U.S. withdrawal from the Paris Agreement.