Taiwan's Tsai Ing-wen is expected to continue her pro-growth policies on the self-ruled island after a decisive victory in the self-ruled island's presidential election on Saturday, an entrepreneur said on Monday.
Aviation experts and pilots say the circumstances of the crash, including its sudden loss of contact, are peculiar.
Juan Guaido, the leader of Venezuela's internationally-recognized government, was prevented from entering parliament on Sunday.
The vote comes after a U.S. airstrike killed a top Iranian general in Baghdad, sparking an outcry in Iraq.
Pompeo's comments follow reports that some senior White House officials were skeptical about the rationale for the drone strike.
Two weeks of explosive public hearings have left lawmakers divided as ever, but House Democrats are charging ahead with the next phase.
Iran's internet blackout has entered its fifth day as the government continues to restrict citizens' access to the web amid protests over fuel price hikes.
"Some of the NBA's biggest players and owners, who routinely exercise their freedom to criticize this country, lose their voices when it comes to the freedom and rights of other peoples," Vice President Mike Pence said in a speech.
U.S. stock futures point to a lower open on Wall Street, after the Dow's two-day plunge of more than 800 points.
U.S. stock futures point to a sharp drop at Wednesday's open on Wall Street, which would add to Tuesday's plunge.