The statement comes after President Trump rebuked Democrats for “inserting policy provisions that would make our country less safe”, in a nod to the House bill which was passed to prevent the White House from allowing the funding of Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) personnel stationed at the US-Mexico border.
Italian officials says they are getting closer to reaching a deal with the EU on the nation's budget for next year, allowing Rome to cut taxes and boost spending in order to spur economic growth and start to gradually reduce Italy's debt-to-GDP ratio.
The US Navy has dispatched a destroyer to track the movements of the Russian frigate Admiral Gorshkov, an advanced warship that recently called to port in Havana, Cuba.
Israel has been experiencing unexplained GPS disruptions in its airspace in the past month, but "measures are in place to allow safe landings and takeoffs" at its main international airport, the government said on Wednesday.
Sicily is continuing its fight against NATO's MUOS satellite systems. The Mobile User Objective System is a high-frequency narrow-band military satellite communications system that consists of 4 geostationary satellites and 4 ground-based receiving stations that NATO uses to communicate and transfer commands to its submarines, fighters and drones.
The Trump administration has no plans to interfere with special counsel Robert Mueller’s testimony to Congress next month, President Trump’s personal attorney Jay Sekulow said Wednesday.
President Trump sent his first tweet half an hour into the Democratic presidential primary debate on Wednesday, marking his disapproval of the proceedings.
A day before her new steamy video dropped, Cardi B pleaded not guilty to allegedly ordering an attack on two bartender sisters at a New York strip club in August 2018.