WASHINGTON (Sputnik) - US President Donald Trump told reporters that the House impeachment inquiry against him should be closed after Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky denied the US president did anything wrong.
Queen Elizabeth’s son faced a new wave of criticism after he spoke on TV for the first time about his friendship with deceased paedophile Jeffrey Epstein and allegations that he had sex with then-underage Virginia Giuffre (nee Roberts). Today, the interview with his accuser is due to be aired.
The social media monopoly’s chief remained intransigent even when presented with a joint letter signed by 200 Facebook employees, which asked him to reconsider his position as “free speech and paid speech are not the same”.
Five Latin American countries, Bolivia, Brazil, Chile, Ecuador, and Venezuela have been facing protests over the course of this year due to various socio-economic reasons, with some of them turning into riots and even coups.
Australian citizen and journalist Julian Assange is currently detained in high security prison as he awaits a case from the US government to extradite him for the release of sensitive material. He spent the last 7-years unable to leave the Ecuadorian embassy until his diplomatic asylum was lifted by Ecuadorian President Lenin Moreno in 2019.
Chairman of the Senate Foreign Relations Committee Jim Risch stated earlier that the US Congress plans to block the further construction of the Russia-sponsored Nord Stream 2 natural gas pipeline by passing a defence bill and hitting the project's European partners. According to the German outlet Bild, this could happen within a few weeks.
Influencer Corinna Kopf, who has over three million followers on Instagram and about 400,000 on Twitch, has been banned from the platform for gamers after her birthday stream, for which she picked a very short cut top from a luxury brand.
As the 2020 US election approaches, the number of concerns about political adverts on social media continues to grow. A week ago, Google stated that it would tighten regulations concerning political advertising on the company's platforms.
The US president has raised concerns over a massive devaluation of the Latin American nations' currencies, claiming their agricultural sector poses a danger to American farmers.
MOSCOW (Sputnik) - US President Donald Trump is not happy with the remarks made by his French counterpart, Emmanuel Macron, about NATO's "brain death", US news portal Axios reported on Monday, citing senior officials.
Perry notified US President Donald Trump that he would leave his post back in October. The news came amid the impeachment proceedings launched against Trump by the Democrats as the US president stated Perry had advised him to contact Ukrainian President Zelensky.
MOSCOW (Sputnik) - The United States has officially greenlighted North Macedonia's admission to NATO bringing the Balkan nation a step closer to full-fledged membership in the alliance, US Secretary of State Mike Pompeo said Sunday.
According to the San Antonio Fire Department, a Piper-PA24 Comanche was heading from Sugar Land to Boerne but could not complete the journey due to engine problems.
MOSCOW (Sputnik) - Former Democratic Congressman and retired Navy Admiral Joe Sestak decided to drop out of the presidential race.
On Friday, the US House Judiciary Committee asked President Donald Trump to inform it within a week if he is to take part in the next stage of the impeachment proceedings.
Most of the outages have taken place in Dyker Heights and Borough Park, neighbourhoods in the southwest corner of the borough of Brooklyn in New York City.
A package of human urine marked “highly contagious” forced the evacuation of a movie theatre in the state of Washington showing “Frozen 2” on Friday, according to the news station KOMO.
A top aide to Democratic presidential hopeful Kamala Harris who stepped down to work for rival Mike Bloomberg left behind a resignation letter with a stinging critique of her former boss' campaign.
According to earlier media reports, after shooting two kids outside the house, the suspect entered the property and had been holding one person hostage there.
Over the last month, an elongated unidentified object, which reminded some of a cigarette or a snake, has been spotted in several US states, from California to Wyoming, and even Scotland. However, there is still no explanation of what it was or where it came from.