Trump Prohibits U.S. Purchases of Venezuelan Cryptocurrency
President Donald Trump banned U.S. purchases of a cryptocurrency the Venezuelan government is rolling out, as part of a campaign to pressure the government of President Nicolas Maduro.
Explosion injures 2 in Austin, Texas, where a serial bomber is still at large
Two men have been taken to the hospital after a blast rocked a neighborhood in Austin, Texas. The police have warned residents to stay away from the area.
The UK and EU agree terms for Brexit transition period
The UK and EU have agreed on a "large part" of the agreement that will lead to the "orderly withdrawal" of the UK.
Cuba to Send 100 Doctors to Kenya
Kenya has announced that they will bring 100 Cuban medical specialists to assist county hospitals after Kenyan President Uhuru Kenyatta ended a short visit to the Caribbean island.
Facebook Post Pushes Norway Government to Brink of Collapse
Norway’s minority government faces a potential collapse as the opposition seeks the ouster of the polarizing, anti-immigration Justice Minister Sylvi Listhaug.
Putin Calls For Unity, Cooperation after Russia Election Win
Vladimir Putin won a 4th term in office, keeping him as Russia’s president for six more years.
Support for Japan’s Abe Plummets to Record Low in Two Polls
Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe saw his support tumble in weekend opinion polls as anger continues to rise over a cronyism scandal.
US will pander to Saudi ambitions during crown prince’s grand tour
From the moment he touches down in Washington on Monday, and for the next three weeks, the doors of the most powerful people in America will open before Mohammed bin Salman, the 32-year-old crown prince and de facto ruler of Saudi Arabia.
Trump Calls for Death Penalty for Drug Traffickers to Combat Opioids
President Donald Trump called for drug dealers to receive the death penalty in some cases as part of his administration’s effort to address the opioid crisis.
The Ex-Con Coal Baron Running for Senate in West Virginia
Don Blankenship was jailed for contributing to the worst coal mine disaster in a generation. Now he’s after his nemesis Joe Manchin’s job.
Pressure mounts on Zuckerberg to face data breach concerns
Facebook founder and chief executive Mark Zuckerberg is facing intensified calls to appear in person at investigations into the social network's conduct.