On Friday, newly-minted Democratic Senate Majority Leader Chuck Schumer announced that the Senate would start the second impeachment trial for former President Donald Trump on the week of 8 February. The trial will be historic for two reasons, with Trump to be the first president tried twice, and the only one to be tried after leaving office.
Despite the last week's European Parliament's resolution for EU governments to maintain Guaido's position as head of state, a joint statement by the bloc's members described him as part of the democratic opposition in the country.
Social media companies have long come under fire for permitting the circulation of false claims and misinformation on their sites. In recent months, internet corporations have pursued new ways of controlling what information is posted to their platforms.
After his tenure ended on 20 January, as Democratic President Joe Biden entered the White House, the 45th US president, Donald Trump, with his wife Melania, left Washington DC to settle in Mar-a-Lago in Florida as private citizens.
Influential foreign policy think tanks in Washington are putting heavy pressure on newly-minted US President Joe Biden not to shred his predecessor’s “get tough” approach on China, which has included sanctions, tariffs, and the blacklisting of Chinese companies.
Earlier, Moscow voiced its concerns over the fact that the US Embassy had published information about where unauthorised rallies were taking place across Russia.
The term the blogger used to describe the strange object was originally employed by Allied pilots during World War II to describe inexplicable aerial phenomena they encountered.