But congressional leaders and White House officials all say they know nothing about any plans for a tax cut before the midterm elections. » Read More
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WWE spokesman Brad Klein told CNBC that the statement "We are currently monitoring the situation" still stands. The event is scheduled to take place in less than two weeks in Riyadh. » Read More
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State television in Saudi Arabia said Treasury Department chief Steven Mnuchin and bin Salman met in Riyadh. Mnuchin announced Sunday that he would not be attending the Future Investment Inititative conference this week in Riyadh. » Read More
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According to the Committee to Protect Journalists, a nonprofit free press advocacy group, Turkey has been the world's leading jailer of journalists for the past two consecutive years. » Read More
Earlier this month, Mattis said any decision to withdraw from the INF treaty would be done in consultation with NATO partners since Russian missiles pose an immediate threat to allies in the region.
Early voting in Texas started Monday, as Trump tries to stir up GOP enthusiasm and prevent Beto O'Rourke from upsetting Ted Cruz.
Footage published by CNN appeared to show a man exiting the Saudi consulate in Istanbul Oct. 2 wearing the same pants, shirt and jacket that Khashoggi had been wearing when he entered. But the shoes didn't match, a diplomat tells The Washington Post.
"China never wants a trade war with anybody, not to mention the U.S., who has been a long term strategic partner, but we also do not fear such a war," a leading member of a key Chinese committee tells American business leaders.
Trump's son-in-law represents one side of a debate underway in the Trump White House over how to respond to the dissident journalist's violent death.
President Donald Trump on Monday escalated his attacks on the caravan of migrants making their way to the United States from Honduras, declaring without evidence that "Criminals and unknown Middle Easterners are mixed in."
President Trump has turned one familiar feature of midterm election campaigns inside out: Democrats are now more likely to vote than Republicans.
One of the least appreciated aspects of this drama is the influence of Turkish President Erdogan, who has shown the ability, through the well-timed release of crucial details, to fuel the global outrage against Saudi Arabia or tamp it down
With just two weeks until the election, California Democratic Lt. Gov. Gavin Newsom is sharply ahead in the polls to become the governor of the nation's most populous state.
The Trump administration announced new tax rules to help spur investment in economically distressed neighborhoods. While investors can expect immediate tax breaks, the benefits to voters in targeted neighborhoods are harder to measure.
Mikhail Gorbachev has criticized President Donald Trump's threat to withdraw from an international nuclear disarmament treaty, saying the move "is not the work of a great mind."
The measures are significantly more dramatic than some previous Democratic proposals – a reflection of the proximity to the midterm elections and the early interest surrounding the presidential race in 2020.
The government said that Khashoggi got into a fight with the people he met at the consulate in Istanbul, Turkey. The kingdom alleged that Khashoggi died in that clash.
Trump added that he'll work with Congress on what the U.S. response should be, but that he would prefer not to hurt American companies and jobs by cutting billions of dollars in arms sales to the kingdom.
Elena Khusyaynova of St. Petersburg, Russia, is accused of using using social media platforms to create thousands of social media and e-mail accounts that purported to be from Americans, to "amplify divisive social media and political content."
Prognosticators believe Republicans have a strong grasp on the Senate even as massive fundraising numbers help Democrats in their bid to take the House.