Trump Endorses Roy Moore for Senate, Despite Sex Allegations
President Donald Trump endorsed Alabama Republican Roy Moore in a U.S. Senate special election, despite allegations from multiple women who accused the former state Supreme Court justice of sexual misconduct.
ABC News suspends top journalist over inaccurate Flynn reporting
ABC News said on Saturday it had suspended Brian Ross, its chief investigative correspondent, over an error in his reporting about former national security adviser Michael Flynn which sent U.S. stocks, the dollar and Treasury yields lower on Friday.
Goodbye Dollar, Hello 'Petro': Venezuela's Maduro Announces New Digital Currency
The Bolivarian Republic's latest attempt to throw off the shackles of dollar hegemony comes amid the rise of bitcoin and escalated U.S.-led sanctions.
Russia-China bond market play could kick-start new dollarless financial system
The Moscow stock exchange will soon issue nearly $1 billion-worth of yuan-denominated bonds. It could become the start of a new financial system not based on the US dollar, analysts say.
UK and EU fail to strike Brexit talks deal
The UK and EU have failed to reach an agreement to move to the next stage of Brexit talks, Theresa May has said.
Jared Kushner Omitted Leading a Foundation Funding Illegal Israeli Settlements
The news organization, Haaretz, printed a report in 2016 stating Kushner's parents invested thousand dollars in organizations nestled in the West Bank region.
20,000 Israelis Demonstrated Against Government Corruption, Netanyahu
Demonstrators protested legislation they say is designed to protect Netanyahu.
Jerusalem: Opposition to mooted Trump Israel announcement grows
Opposition is growing in the Arab and wider Muslim world as Donald Trump is expected to announce US recognition of Jerusalem as Israel's capital.
Honduras on knife edge as President Hernandez is expected to be declared winner of 'stolen' election
Honduras is braced for more violent protests as it prepares to declare the winner of a presidential election mired in accusations of vote count fraud. Opposition supporters are expected to flood the streets if – as looks likely – the incumbent president is handed a second term on Monday (4 December). The opposition candidate has accused the government of trying to steal the election.
Pentagon evaluating U.S. West Coast missile defense sites - officials
The U.S. agency tasked with protecting the country from missile attacks is scouting the West Coast for places to deploy new anti-missile defenses, two Congressmen said on Saturday, as North Korea’s missile tests raise concerns about how the United States would defend itself from an attack.
Houthis take over Yemeni capital Sanaa, announce ‘end of crisis’
The capital of Yemen, Sanaa is now reportedly under control of Houthi fighters, according to media citing the Interior Ministry. The Iran-backed group has allegedly retaken the city amid reports of the death of former President Ali Abdullah Saleh.
US Senate Quietly Passes Alaska Oil-Drilling Bill
“It’s outrageous that the oil lobby and their allies in Congress are trying to destroy the crown jewel of America’s wildlife refuge system."