The committee raised just over $2 million from July through late September. It also received eye-popping contributions from longtime Trump attorney Marc Kasowitz, who gave $50,000, and United States Steel Corp. donated $100,000. » Read More
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The Saudi Arabian government is considering a plan to admit that missing journalist Jamal Khashoggi was killed inside its consulate in Istanbul, NBC News reported Monday. » Read More
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Judge S. James Otero said that Trump's April tweet, accusing Daniels of a "total con job" after her appearance on daytime talk show"The View," was "the definition of protected rhetorical hyperbole." » Read More
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Secretary of Defense James Mattis clarified his political affiliation Monday amid speculation that he might be a Democrat and would leave the Trump administration soon. » Read More
Trump recently praised Riyadh's ambitions to buy $110 billion worth of U.S.-made arms, a figure that has yet to manifest in State Department or Defense Security Cooperation Agency announcements.
The deficit climbed to $779 billion, $113 billion higher than the previous year, according to a statement from Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin and Office of Management and Budget Director Mick Mulvaney.
The president's tweet came after Saudi Arabia's King Salman ordered an investigation into journalist Jamal Khashoggi's disappearance.
Former NATO Ambassador Nicholas Burns gave his view on the tensions between Saudi Arabia, Turkey and the U.S. shortly after Trump told reporters that the Saudi journalist, Jamal Khashoggi, may have been murdered by "rogue killers."
Warren, who has said that she would "take a hard look" at a 2020 run after the midterms, is building a national political operation and has increasingly gone on the offensive against Trump and Republicans up and down the ballot in recent months.
Democrats and liberal commentators have been quick to criticize the message as hypocritical, arguing that President Donald Trump himself has explicitly called for violence against his detractors.
With Saudi Arabia denying a role in the sudden disappearance of a prominent journalist, the chances are growing that the crisis could escalate, and ricochet across the global economy.
President Donald Trump's approval ratings received a slight bump during the Kavanaugh fight. But Trump's framing of that fight as an attack on men helped give Republican Senate candidates a big boost.
In the hands of legendary comic writer Frank Miller and current Superman writer Brian Bendis, Superman and his backstory are being reshaped for modern times.
Though he may still achieve that, his success in doing so now rests heavily on how quickly, decisively and transparently he can manage the current crisis and learn from his mistakes.
Russia is currently unable to find a source for the critical carbon fiber components needed for one of its hypersonic weapons, according to people with direct knowledge of a U.S. intelligence report.
Oil prices could surge to all-time highs if the U.S. imposes economic sanctions against Saudi Arabia, according to an opinion piece written by the general manager of Saudi Arabia-based Al Arabiya television.
Under Mohammed Bin Salman, Saudi Arabia has spent heavily to promote a reformist image. The country has quietly built an army of consultants in Washington to ensure that the kingdom's goals are not blocked in U.S. corridors of power.
Democrats will likely struggle to navigate the Senate even as party enthusiasm helps them unseat vulnerable House Republicans across the country.
"CNBC will no longer participate in the FII in Riyadh due to the continuing questions surrounding the disappearance of journalist Jamal Khashoggi," the network says.
The question-and-answer phase between Trump's legal team and Mueller follows months of negotiations between the two sides over the format and subject matter of a potential interview with the president.