Republicans block subpoenas for new proof as US Senate debates norms of trial on Day One; moderates force last-minute reversal in pro-Trump rules
A divided Senate began the impeachment trial of President Donald Trump on Tuesday in utter acrimony, as Republicans blocked Democrats’ efforts to subpoena witnesses and documents related to Ukraine
Senior FBI officials who helped probe Donald Trump’s 2016 presidential campaign told a colleague that Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton had to win the race to the White House, The New York Times reported
Donald Trump Jr releases communication with WikiLeaks during final stages of 2016 presidential election
Donald Trump Jr released on Monday a series of messages he had with WikiLeaks after a report suggested he had secretly liaised with the group that published Hillary Clinton's emails during the 2016 election
Clinton campaign to blame for 'real collusion scandal' with Russia, says White House after Paul Manafort's arrest
The White House on Monday claimed that there is clear evidence that former presidential nominee Hillary Clinton colluded with Russia
Criticism of Hillary Clinton over documents posted by WikiLeaks played a key role in her failed US presidential campaign and successful election of Donald Trump
A federal judge threw out a lawsuit against Hillary Clinton by the parents of two Americans killed in the US diplomatic compound in Benghazi.
Comey knew that a critical piece of information related to the investigation into former presidential hopeful Hillary Clinton's email was fake, a CNN report says.
“The room went quiet, there was complete shock,” sources are now saying about the moments just after Comey saw the news break on television.
Donald Trump, fake news and the 'enemy media': Honest editors don't hold power over corporate interests
This is certainly an unsettling move by the Trump administration. It is troubling that the administration is cutting the media off at its knees. As the media is suppressed, the administration is coaxing its base into the arms of statist propaganda machines.
UK is also looking at developing state sponsored offensive cyber capabilities, and is formulating the norms for the use of such capabilities.
Watch: Barack Obama reflects on his farewell speech as he gets ready to close the book on his presidency
Barack Obama closes the book on his presidency Tuesday, with a farewell speech in Chicago that will try to lift supporters felled by Donald Trump's shock victory.
People become more hard-headed in their political beliefs when provided with counter-evidence.
The FBI acted inappropriately when it announced the revival of its investigation into Hillary Clinton's private email setup days before the Nov. 8 presidential election, Clinton's lawyer said, citing search warrant documents made public on Tuesday.
The dangers of external threats affecting the democratic process, was pointed out three years ago, by the tech chief of Obama's presidential campaign.
By Amanda Becker and Robert Iafolla | WASHINGTON WASHINGTON President-elect Donald Trump named fast-food executive Andy Puzder to head the U.S. Department of Labor on Thursday, drawing criticism from labour advocates worried about his opposition to a higher minimum wage and government regulation of the workplace.
Trump made unsubstantiated claims of serious US voter fraud and said "millions of people" had cast their ballots illegally, offering no evidence for the assertions he put forth on Twitter.
I remember packaging ‘Donald Trump Wins’ videos and graphics and telling my co-workers that it is unlikely we would ever use them.
By Maurice Tamman and Guy Faulconbridge | NEW YORK/LONDON NEW YORK/LONDON Two days ago, pollsters and statisticians gave Hillary Clinton odds of between 75 and 99 percent of winning the U.S. presidential election. How did so many get it so wrong?In hindsight, the polling consensus went astray in two major ways.The media, including Reuters, pumped out two kinds of poll stories.
By Lisandra Paraguassu | BRASILIA BRASILIA Brazil's government on Wednesday congratulated U.S. President-elect Donald Trump on his victory but faced the delicate task of rowing back comments by its foreign minister expressing fear that a Trump presidency would be a "nightmare." Brazil's currency weakened by around 1.6 percent in afternoon trade due to risk aversion and uncertainty over economic policy following Trump's victory.During the U.S.
WASHINGTON President Barack Obama urged Democrats on Wednesday to put aside their disappointment after Republican Donald Trump won the race to replace him and work toward a successful transition of presidential power."We are now all rooting for his success in uniting and leading the country," Obama said after a bitter campaign where he worked hard on Democratic candidate Hillary Clinton's behalf to defeat Trump, who has pledged to undo Obama's top legislative and executive accomplishments. "I want to make sure that hand-off is well executed because ultimately we're all on the same team," Obama said. (Reporting by Jeff Mason, Ayesha Rascoe, Doina Chiacu; Writing by Roberta Rampton; editing by Grant McCool)