The U.S. will cut its contribution to the direct NATO budget, which covers maintenance of the NATO headquarters, joint security investments and some combined military operations.
The Trump White House is practically a zoo this week. Today there will be the traditional turkey pardon; yesterday the president welcomed Conan the special ops dog (named for comedian Conan O'Brien).
BTS and other male K-pop stars will not be given military service waiver as the South Korean government introduces new guidelines.
While the burgers are made with plant-based patties, the toppings and cooking methods mean that some burgers are not vegan-friendly.
"This is just an escalation of tensions," a senior Russian diplomat warned of U.S. plans to maintain up to 3,000 troops in Saudi Arabia.
"We don't see how converting the centers into prisons represents a solution," said MSF spokesperson Tommaso Santo.
Sir Tim Clark told the BBC the "stark reality of climate change is with us."
"Because he was giving away—he was compromising the sovereignty of our elections for personal benefit," Meacham said.
Burger King's buy one Whopper, get another Whopper for free deal will be available on Uber Eats until November 26.
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The Outlaws were described in court documents as using "violence, fear and intimidation to impose their will, make money and protect criminal enterprises."
The Turkish Defense Ministry announced that up to seven Kurdish PKK fighters were killed in back-to-back strikes in northern Iraq as deadly clashes continued across the border in Syria.
"At a time when ISIS was crumbling, its leader naturally headed to the spot with the most terrorist sympathizers for him to stay alive," Northeastern University's Max Abrahms told Newsweek.
Samuel Ramani of Oxford University describes an "increasingly tripolar system in the Middle East" with "the U.S as a security guarantor," China "emerging as a major economic powerhouse" and Russia "de-escalating tensions."
"Impeachment is always constitutional if it originates in the House and if its basis is arguably for treason, bribery or other high crimes and misdemeanors," wrote Andrew Napolitano in an op-ed.
The Wisconsin Assembly has voted to allow disabled assembly members to participate in meetings via phone communication—a move requested a year ago. But the lawmaker the change was created for voted against the bill.
Hopefully, there won't be a problem downloading Terminator like there was with Nightwolf.
Japan's Abe Shinzo said "there is something only Japan can do here, given its alliance relationship with the United States and the long-standing amicable ties with Iran," Pakistan's Imran Khan said it's "a complex issue, but we'll try our best."
With massive protests set to continue this weekend, the Hong Kong Human Rights and Democracy Act will send an important signal that the United States will protect the rights of the people of Hong Kong.
The study discovered that a decrease in the immigrant population in local communities had no statistically meaningful impact on violent crime.
Iranian President Hassan Rouhani invited Saudi Arabia and other nations in the Persian Gulf to join a "Coalition for Hope" but Saudi State Foreign Affairs Minister Adel al-Jubeir skipped the speech.
Xbox One owners will likely get the character first.
Three explosive cases are about to test whether conservative Supreme Court justices are seen to rule according to their professed legal principles—or their politics.
Father and son were reportedly hunting boat near Salerno, in an area where hunting wild boar is banned.