The 67-year-old was indicted on Friday after defying a subpoena from a House committee investigating January’s insurrection at the US Capitol
Bannon has been indicted on two counts of criminal contempt of Congress after he defied a subpoena from the House committee investigating the 6 January insurrection at the US Capitol.
The Bucks were the first NBA champions to visit the White House in nearly five years, ending a Donald Trump-era hiatus.
The accord between Iran and six world powers to find a solution to the crisis over its controversial nuclear programme has been stalled since former US president Donald Trump walked out in May 2018
The agreement between Iran and the world powers related its controversial nuclear programme has been moribund since former US president Donald Trump walked out of the deal in May 2018
Few hours after announcement, hackers lay claim to Donald Trump’s new Twitter-like social app before its launch
In interviews Thursday, the hackers, who are affiliated with Anonymous, a loose hacking collective, said the effort was part of their “online war against hate.”
Former US president Donald Trump to launch TRUTH Social: All you need to know about the new social media network
The new platform comes after Trump was banned by Twitter and Facebook for the 6 January Capitol Hill riot
The Biden administration, in clearing the documents for release, said the violent siege of the Capitol more than nine months ago was such an extraordinary circumstance that it merited waiving the privilege that usually protects White House communications.
The Vienna talks aimed at reviving the deal were suspended in June, when Iran elected ultraconservative Ebrahim Raisi as president
It is unclear if the Saudi royal family was aware of the fake furs or was deceived by a supplier. The Saudi Embassy in Washington declined to respond to the matter, as did a spokesperson for Trump
US Senate votes to temporarily extend debt ceiling to avoid default as Democrats Republicans agree to a stop-gap fix
The breakthrough — which temporarily defers the crisis by adding another $480 billion to the allowable debt total — came with an estimated 11 days to go until the country would no longer have been able to borrow money or pay off loans for the first time in its history
The State Department has published the data for the first time since President Donald Trump’s blackout
The celebration is part of Chinese State media’s carefully manufactured nationalistic narrative
Twitter and other social media banned the former president from their platforms after a mob of pro-Trump supporters assaulted the US Congress building on 6 January.
The representative of ethnic Rohingya refugees was killed by unidentified attackers at the Kutupalong refugee camp at Ukhiya in Cox’s Bazar district
Amnesty International campaigner Samira Hamidi said a US drone strike days before the pullout wiped out 10 members of an Afghan family shows that the ICC "needs to revisit this decision"
The speech Biden delivered sounded much like what he would have said before the Taliban took Kabul, Afghanistan, without resistance, and before the pivot to Asia became a hindrance to relations with Europe
Nuclear negotiations between Washington and Pyongyang have stalled since the collapse of a second Trump-Kim meeting in 2019
Merkel is to relinquish power after German elections on 26 September, bringing an end to her 16 years in office that has seen her work with four different French leaders
US military chief feared Donald Trump could order China strike, claims book by Washington Post journalists
Mark Milley also spoke with a number of other chiefs of defense around the world in the days after the 6 January riot, including military leaders from the UK, Russia and Pakistan