WASHINGTON President Donald Trump said on Friday he had chosen former U.S. Attorney General William Barr to once again lead the Justice Department, a role that would put him in charge of the federal probe into Russian election interference. | Video
Washington Nach der Ablösung von Jeffrey Sessions will US-Präsident Donald Trump den früheren Justizminister William Barr nach 25 Jahren zurück ins Amt holen.
WASHINGTON The U.S. House of Representatives' Ethics Committee on Friday censured one lawmaker for sexually harassing women and another for mishandling accusations of sexual misconduct against his chief of staff.
WASHINGTON President Donald Trump on Friday backtracked from his suggestion a day earlier that American troops sent to the U.S. border with Mexico would be free to fire on migrants who throw rocks at them, saying that rock-throwers would only be arrested. | Video
WASHINGTON/ANKARA The United States and Turkey on Friday mutually lifted sanctions on top government officials, a sign of a thaw in relations that had been chilled by Ankara's detention of an American Christian pastor.
WASHINGTON President Donald Trump on Thursday said he was seriously considering naming U.S. State Department spokeswoman Heather Nauert to succeed Nikki Haley as U.S. ambassador to the United Nations, adding he would make a decision on the posting soon.
Washington/New York US-Präsident Donald Trump gibt den Medien eine Mitschuld an den versuchten Paketbomben-Anschlägen auf seine Kritiker.
WASHINGTON/NEW YORK, Oct 25 U.S. authorities
were hunting on Thursday for suspects in the sending of package
bombs to high-profile Democrats in what has been called a
terrorist act that has raised tensions in a nation already
polarized ahead of elections in less than two weeks.
WASHINGTON/NEW YORK Former U.S. President Barack Obama and former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton were among the targets of suspected package bombs delivered to several high-profile Democrats and CNN, which the FBI said it was investigating as an act of terrorism. | Video
WASHINGTON/TAPACHULA, Mexico President Donald Trump on Monday vowed to begin curtailing millions of dollars in American aid to three Central American nations and called a caravan of migrants bound for the United States a national emergency, as he sought to boost his party's chances in Nov. 6 congressional elections. | Video