Trump promises new immigration order as DOJ holds off appeals court
President Donald Trump vowed Thursday to roll out a new immigration executive order next week that will be tailored to the federal court decision that paused his travel ban.
Vice President Pence Begins European Tour
Vice President Mike Pence is doing a stint in Europe in an effort to reassure US allies about the Trump administration's foreign policy agenda.
NHS cuts blamed for 30,000 deaths in new study
Government angrily refutes claims, calling reports a 'triumph of personal bias over research'
Samsung chief Lee Jae-yong arrested on charges of bribery
Prosecutors claim that Samsung paid over $37M in bribes to help facilitate a merger.
Chaffetz asks Justice IG to investigate leaks about Flynn
House Oversight Chairman Jason Chaffetz requested Wednesday that the Department of Justice launch an investigation into the leaks surrounding the ouster of Michael Flynn.
More anti-money laundering measures hit China as top three Bitcoin exchanges freeze withdrawals
China's top three Bitcoin exchanges have frozen all withdrawals for 30 days.
UN: Four Famines Mean 20 Million May Starve in the Next Six Months
More than 20 million people – greater than the population of Romania or Florida – risk dying from starvation within six months in four separate famines, UN World Food Programme chief economist Arif Husain says.
Germany’s SPD backs Greece’s eurozone place in spat with Schäuble
As Germany kicks off its election campaign season, Martin Schulz’s Social Democrats (SPD) are coming to the defense of crisis-ridden Greece from attacks by Chancellor Angela Merkel’s conservative bloc.
French Left Weighs United Front to Challenge Le Pen
Socialist candidate Benoit Hamon, now fourth place in polls, told France Info radio on Friday that he had begun discussions on a united effort with Jean-Luc Melenchon, a former Socialist who now enjoys fringe backing. Hamon also said he’s in discussions with the Green Party’s Yannick Jadot about a single candidacy.
Czech Prime Minister Courts Communists in Pre-Election Gamble
Czech Premier Bohuslav Sobotka said his Social Democrats could create a ruling coalition with the opposition Communists to prevent billionaire Finance Minister Andrej Babis from taking power after fall elections.
Saudi Arabia on Offensive With Attack-Minded Military Splurge
Saudi Arabia and other Western-backed Mideast states have switched the focus of their military spending to more-offensive programs as tensions with Iran ratchet up, according to a study by IHS Jane’s.