Their letter came hours after Trump declared that the U.S. would stand with Saudi Arabia as a crucial economic and national security ally, despite the kingdom's admission that Khashoggi had been killed inside the Saudi consulate in Istanbul. » Read More
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Saudi Arabia was presumed to be guilty over the murder of Saudi journalist Jamal Khashoggi without people knowing the facts, Saudi Arabia's Foreign Minister Adel al-Jubeir tells CNBC. » Read More
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Interpol, the International Criminal Police Organization, elected South Korean Kim Jong-yang as its new president, in an unexpected result where Russian Alexander Prokopchuk was hotly tipped to take the post.
President Donald Trump has submitted answers to written questions posed to him by special counsel Robert Mueller's office, Trump's legal team announced Tuesday.
Corsi and other Stone associates have been targeted by Mueller as he investigates Russia's meddling in the 2016 presidential election, as well as potential coordination between the Kremlin and people connected with the Trump campaign.
The board of the French auto company board is to convene on Tuesday night.
The measure could reduce thousands of sentences and save the federal government millions of dollars in incarceration costs. Still, Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell says the bill is unlikely to be put up for a vote this year.
A CNBC investigation found that some online subscription services employ confusing business tactics, such as opting customers into recurring charges without their knowledge and making it very difficult for shoppers to opt out of the monthly fees.
Nissan said its Chairman Carlos Ghosn has been placed under arrest after he allegedly violated Japanese financial law.
The DOJ has apparently prepared to indict Wikileaks founder Julian Assange, setting up a legal battle that could have broad ramifications for the Russia probe as well as the government's prosecution of journalists and others who reveal secrets.
Porn star Stormy Daniels blasted Aer Lingus on Twitter after her luggage went missing. Daniels, who claims to have had an affair with President Donald Trump, was traveling to England to give a speech to the Oxford Union. Her bags later were found.
Trump's Twitter tantrum came as Democrats in Congress and Republican Sen. Jeff Flake of Arizona called for legislation that would protect the former FBI Director Robert Mueller from being fired before his ongoing investigation is finished.
The Trump administration is seeking to extradite an enemy of Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan in order to persuade the Turkish leader to decrease pressure on Saudi Arabia over the killing of Jamal Khashoggi, NBC News reported Thursday.
Michael Avenatti on Thursday strongly denied he had ever been violent toward a woman as first and second wives rallied to his defense after his arrest in Los Angeles for alleged domestic violence.
Sources told NBC News that local police officers detained him after responding to an incident involving Avenatti in west Los Angeles.
The secret guilty plea in October by a former commodity trader at J. P. Morgan Chase, who admitted that he rigged precious metals markets, drew the attention of a lawyer who has already accused the bank of similar conduct.
Michael Cohen has repeatedly met with Robert Mueller's team since pleading guilty to charges that include campaign contribution violations related to a hush-money payment to Stormy Daniels, purportedly at President Donald Trump's behest.
It is far from assured that there will be any public "Mueller report" for Democrats to lean on.