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By Ahmed Aboulenein and Malak Ghobrial SHARM AL-SHEIKH, Egypt (Reuters) - Egyptian President Abdel Fattah al-Sisi said on Wednesday he was against military strikes on Iran or the Tehran-backed Lebanese group Hezbollah, saying there was enough turmoil in the Middle East. Show More Summary
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BEIJING (AP) — The Latest on President Donald Trump's trip to Asia (all times local):
A year after the 2016 presidential election, the political divide between Republicans and Democrats is wider than it has been at any point in at least 23 years, according to an October report from Pew Research Center. Democrats around...Show More Summary
The Republican Party’s defeat in the Virginia election was a “referendum” on President Trump’s administration, Republican congressman Scott Taylor has said. Scott Taylor said Donald Trump’s “divisive rhetoric” led to the party's defeat, expressing shock that “no-name” Democrats had won state legislative seats despite running weak campaigns. Show More Summary
LITTLE ROCK, Ark. (AP) — Arkansas' highest court on Tuesday halted this week's planned execution of an inmate who is severely mentally ill according to his lawyers, while a state judge ordered officials to release more information about one of the lethal injection drugs they had planned to use.
The Democrat Ralph Northam won a decisive victory on Tuesday as the Republican party suffered its first major electoral defeat since Donald Trump took the White House. With 88% of precincts reporting, Northam had bested Republican Ed Gillespie by a margin of 53% to 46% to win Virginia’s governorship, in a wave election that saw a Democratic landslide in the state.
Mary Jo Buttafuoco is speaking out in a new interview — and she has some choice words to say about Amy Fisher, the “Long Island Lolita” who shot her in the face on May 19, 1992
The Texas church shooter who killed dozens of people on Sunday once escaped from a behavioral health facility and made death threats to military officials, adding to a growing list of questions about why he was able to purchase a gu...
A new poll suggests that the Democratic Party has hit its lowest approval rating in 25 years. Conducted by the Social Science Research Council (SSRC) for CNN, the poll showed that only 37 per cent of Americans saw the party as favourable while more than half of those surveyed - 54 per cent - did not. Show More Summary
Starbucks is launching an Italian café chain in the U.S., marking the first time in the brand’s history it will feature food baked onsite.
McAuliffe defends controversial campaign ads attacking Republican candidate Ed Gillespie.
JERUSALEM (AP) — Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu pledged 200 million shekels ($57 million) Monday to build safe bypass roads for Jewish West Bank settlers, in a move that looks to satisfy a key constituent but anger Palestinians who consider it a further encroachment upon their hoped for future state.
A father allegedly shot dead his gay teenage son over his sexual orientation. Giovanni Melton, 14, had reportedly argued with Wendell Melton, about having a boyfriend. “I'm sure that inside of his mind, he would rather have a dead son than a gay son,” she said after the 2 November shooting at their home in Henderson, Nevada.
President Trump's remarks on North Korea during his visit to South Korea.
Twitter has explained why the word “bisexual” does not show up in its search results. It’s because the the company incorrectly listed the term as one that is “typically associated with adult content” and therefore blocked, according to Twitter.
The U.N. Security Council unanimously approved a statement Monday strongly condemning the violence that has caused more than 600,000 Rohingya Muslims to flee from Myanmar to Bangladesh.
After a mass shooting at a church in Sutherland Springs, Texas, left 26 people dead Sunday, state Attorney General Ken Paxton suggested that institutions have to decide either to allow firearms or hire private security to defend against future carnage.
WASHINGTON ? The Trump administration is giving notice to about 5,300 Nicaraguan immigrants who have lived in the U.S. on temporary protected status for years: They now have until January 2019 to leave the country, find legal approval to stay or become undocumented.
The decision was made following the alcohol-related death of a freshman