As the House Democrats’ impeachment inquiry continues behind closed doors, US President Donald Trump’s Twitter rants reached a new low on Tuesday after 45 ditched his routine rhetoric in favor of a more provocative and repugnant word.
As the Chicago teachers’ strike gears up for its fifth day and more than 300,000 students remain out of school, negotiations between the Chicago Teachers Union (CTU) and Chicago Public Schools remain at a standstill.
WASHINGTON (Sputnik) – There are no legal obstacles preventing Russian national Maria Butina from returning home to Russia, however, some issues with her departure from the United States could arise, Russian Ambassador to the United States Anatoly Antonov said.
Actor Henry Thomas, best known for his role as “Elliott” in the 1982 movie “E.T. the Extra-Terrestrial,” was arrested on suspicion of driving under the influence earlier this week after cops caught him snoozing while parked in the middle of an intersection.
MOSCOW (Sputnik) – Vice President of Bolivia’s Supreme Electoral Tribunal, Antonio Costas, is resigning amid controversies over the results of the presidential election.
Following a negotiated settlement in Sochi earlier on Tuesday, Turkey's Defence Ministry has announced that its Operation Peace Spring is complete.
A controversial political advertisement in San Francisco, California, has been removed from its billboard after community members and elected officials alike condemned the ad’s depiction of the city’s mayor.
The explosion occurred after two unidentified men played with and mishandled what appeared to be a hand grenade, according to witnesses.
France will exaime before the end of this week whether it will agree to a "purely technical" Brexit delay of a few days, but rules out any further extension beyond this period, Reuters reported citing a diplomatic source.
The Chinese government reportedly intends to replace Hong Kong Chief Executive Carrie Lam with a new "interim" chief who will be expected to serve until the 2022 end of her term.
The anonymous Trump administration insider who authored a New York Times article last year pledging to be “part of the Resistance” has written a behind-the-scenes, tell-all book on the real estate mogul’s government, to be published next month, the Washington Post reported.
Chilean authorities on Monday said that they will impose a curfew in the coastal provinces of Valparaiso and Concepcion in response to mass protests against the government imposing transportation fees that increase of the cost of living, local media reported.
On 17 October, Turkey and the US reached a 120-hour ceasefire agreement to allow Kurdish forces to leave the 'safe zone' imposed by Ankara in areas in northern Syria.
SOCHI (Sputnik) - Russian President Vladimir Putin informed Syrian President Bashar Assad in a phone call about the provisions of the Russia-Turkey memorandum of understanding on actions in Syria following talks with Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan on Tuesday, Kremlin spokesman Dmitry Peskov said.
As anti-government protests persist in Hong Kong and foreign lawmakers push back against the exports of crowd-control supplies, the city’s police force recently tapped into a new and reportedly stronger supply source from mainland China.
The violent protests have been ongoing in Spain’s secessionist region since 14 October sparked by the Spanish Supreme Court's ruling to sentence nine Catalan independence leaders to lengthy prison terms.
In a budget speech before the South Korean National Assembly Tuesday, President Moon Jae In called for dramatic increases in state spending in an effort to boost the country’s slowing economy. Defense tops the budget increases, seeing a dramatic 7% hike.
Speculation that the former secretary of state and 2016 Democratic presidential candidate, who was beaten by Donald Trump, could dive into the 2020 race for the presidency has been fuelled by her remarks during a PBS News Hour interview. She said that she could defeat Donald Trump "again" if she decided to jump into a hypothetical run.
The government of Australia’s Queensland state announced Tuesday it will investigate the alleged mass mistreatment and slaughter of multiple prize-winning racehorses who were seen in secretly-recorded footage being tortured at an abattoir.
The woman, whose internship at the White House when she was in her early 20s turned into one of the greatest sex scandals in US political history and ended with the impeachment of former President Bill Clinton, disappeared from the spotlight for more than a decade only to emerge as an anti-bullying activist just a few years ago.