The investigation’s overall goal was to avoid the publication of alleged sexual misconduct committed by Weinstein, which were eventually released by The New Yorker and The New York Times this year.
Ross still retains interest in Navigator Holdings, which has received millions of dollars every year in earnings due to coastal shipping services provided to Venezuela's state-oil giant.
Speaking at the London-based think tank Chatham House on Friday, Netanyahu stressed Iran’s objective to “dominate the world.”
The Department of Homeland Security is expected to make an announcement next Monday to decide the fate of Hondurans, Salvadorans, Nicaraguans and Haitians whose TPS status is set to expire in early January.
Luislinda Valois is facing backlash after making comments that she’s feeling like a “slave” for earning only $10,000 a month— in a country whose average salary hovers around $635.
The bill would roll back the Johnson Amendment, a 1950s-era law that prohibits houses of worship from engaging in political campaigns on behalf of, or in opposition to, any candidate.
The Washington Free Beacon, a conservative website largely funded by Republican donor Paul Singer, was the first to hire firm Fusion GPS.
U.S. sanctions have presented a greater obstacle for Venezuela’s ability to pay its debts.
The World Bank called Nicaragua “a renewable energy paradise in Central America.”
The country has been portrayed as a safe haven for asylum seekers, but not all Canadians are happy.
A new study offers an in-depth analysis of the 219,000 women incarcerated in the U.S. to find out why they are locked up in different confinement systems.
“I urge everyone to be hospitable, kind, not to beat anyone, if you know the English language, help the tourists,” said Alexander Yaroshuk, head of Kaliningrad.
While it's too soon to predict if Trump will be found guilty, here are some key elements of the Mueller probe.
Everything’s big in the Lone Star state—including this alleged theft.
As Donald Trump continues to recklessly handle North Korea, a humanitarian crisis in the South American nation could pose a larger problem for the U.S.
Green indicated that his colleagues needed more time to read his proposal.
Puerto Rico Senator Abel Nazario tells Newsweek the island is struggling with a lack of electricity.
The State Department will make an official announcement as early as Tuesday, according to several sources familiar with the matter.
Tom Price has resigned and will be succeeded by Don Wright, a disease prevention official.