The White House has said Turkey will now be responsible for ISIS prisoners held by the Kurds, but an invasion of northern Syria could unleash chaos that ISIS fighters would try to exploit.
Donald Trump admitted in 2015 that the towers represent a conflict of interest in his dealings with Turkey.
Louisiana congressional candidate Rob Anderson also branded President Donald Trump's attorney a "rogue sentient Gummy Bear."
Jason Kander alleged that Trump prioritizes Russian interests over U.S. ones, which he said is "reason enough to impeach."
The non-native snake species has been hugely damaging to local wildlife, and the state government is on a drive to clear the reptiles.
Zion Baker was dragged for around 10 feet before he was able to free himself, but was then run over by the bus's back tire.
Kurt Volker, who resigned as U.S. special representative to Ukraine last week, testified to Congress this week.
Pence has been implicated in Trump's efforts to pressure the Ukrainian government into opening an investigation into 2020 rival Joe Biden.
"We couldn't figure out early on why he was being so nice to Russia," a former senior administration official said.
Hong Kong Chief Executive Carrie Lam said the ban was needed as a "deterrent to radical behavior" following months of anti-government protests.
Pyongyang tested the Pukguksong-3 ballistic missile on Wednesday, ahead of the resumption of disarmament talks with the U.S. this weekend.
At least 13 men were killed in fighting in the east of the country between July 18—when the aid freeze was communicated to the State and Defense departments—and its release on September 11.
Climate change is causing Arctic sea ice to recede, opening up lucrative economic opportunities but pitting great powers against each other in a race for influence.
The Korean Central News Agency said that Wednesday's test was of "great significance" and involved a Pukguksong-3 missile.
Tsang Chi-kin, 18, is the first person to have been shot with live ammunition since the beginning of mass anti-government protests in June.
King acknowledged that the time lapses may be explained by the presence of a translator, but still said the memo necessitates a wider investigation.
An 18-year-old protester was shot by a police officer during clashes on Tuesday—the first time an activist has been hit by live ammunition.
The test came just one day after the North announced it would resume denuclearization talks with the U.S. this weekend.
Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman has steadfastly denied ordering the dissident journalist's murder, despite significant evidence linking him directly with the kill team.
Petro Poroshenko agreed in August to take a lie detector test but said he did not trust that investigators would be unbiased.
This is the first time in four months of clashes that police have shot a protester with live ammunition, marking a concerning escalation.
Retired Lieutenant Colonel Ralph Peters said Trump's weekend Twitter tirade shows he is a "frightened, frightened man."
Tens of thousands of Hong Kongers are on the streets once again, facing off with police who are on high alert for the national celebrations.
A record of the now infamous call between Trump and Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky was reportedly kept on a top secret server intended only for the most sensitive material.
Khashoggi was murdered by a Saudi hit squad in the country's Istanbul consulate in 2018, allegedly under Mohammed bin Salman's direct orders.
The mysterious gunman killed a former militant who fought Russian forces in Chechnya in a Berlin park last month and has since refused to talk to police.
President Donald Trump's alleged abuse of power has cast a shadow over relations between Washington and Kyiv, and democracy more generally.
Jewish philanthropist Soros has long been a favored bogeyman and target of anti-Semitism for the hard right.
Ten Russian diplomats were unable to attend this week's United Nations General Assembly in New York having been refused visas.