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"There is no smoking gun here, only smoke and mirrors," lawyers for the Justice Department said.
Proposed magnetic levitation train could make ground travel faster than traveling by air in certain circumstances.
D-Day veteran honours fallen comrades with parachute jump
D-Day as it happened 75 years ago.
Time is running out for Italy after the European Commission concluded that the country is breaching EU fiscal rules because of its huge public debt
"We are in a full-blown emergency, and I cannot say this stronger: The system is broken," said acting CBP Commissioner John Sanders.
Trump's fellow Republicans say Congress's role as a check on presidential power is at stake.
Republican-led changes to the tax law have left some truckers feeling especially pinched.
Results show the red bloc holds the plurality of votes in the Danish elections
The European Commission has recommended starting disciplinary procedures against Italy after it broke the EU’s debt rules last year and is likely to do so in 2019 and 2020.
The US Secretary of State sits down with our political editor, Darren McCaffrey, to talk about Iran, Brexit and Huawei in this latest edition of The Global Conversation.
The presidential candidate, who's blasted the retail giant for paying employees "starvation wages," told company execs they should spread the wealth.
A new report showed that while racial and ethnic minorities make 10 percent of the EU’s population, only 5 percent of those elected into the European Parliament this election represented those populations.
Thirteen artists from all over central Asia have met in Uzbekistan's Samarkand, one of the continent's most ancient cities, for an ambitious project immortalising centuries of cultural heritage in artworks.
The video platform has been under pressure from experts and watchdog groups for years, as researchers showed that its algorithm tended to drag users from mainstream videos toward extremist political content.
"We want him to testify openly....and we'll make that happen," the House Judiciary Committee chairman said of the former special counsel on Wednesday.
The southern Italian city of Matera was appointed the European Capital of Culture 2019 and since then it has greatly boosted the number of cultural projects it puts on. Find out more in this episode of Go! Matera.
Captain Skinner was one of the hundreds of thousands of troops to cross the Channel on D-Day. He died on June 7, 1944.
The clock is ticking for Italy as the European Commission on Wednesday has launched an infringement procedure against the country.
Manfred Weber has secured the backing of his centre-right European People's Party to lead them in the next parliament.
Catch Wednesday's full episode of Raw Politics.
The president's former campaign chairman is expected to be transferred temporarily for an upcoming court appearance in New York.
The MEPs who came next on their national lists are waiting for Brexit to happen before they can take their seats. Because they aren't being paid, many of them are still working their current jobs.
Analysis: The tension in the president — eager to buff his credentials as a bare-knuckled nationalist after rubbing elbows with royalty — reflects a deeper crisis.
Charity Surfers Against Sewage is demanding the government protect 30% of the world's oceans by 2030.
Rome and Brussels remain at odds over Italy's economic prospects and high debt levels, with the EC recommending disciplinary procedures against Italy
ABC says the operation was in relation to its 2017 reports about alleged misconduct by Australian troops in Afghanistan
Gianni Infantino will be handed a second term as FIFA President at a meeting in Paris on Wednesday.
Participants retrieved 117 kilogrammes of plastic waste from the Katase Higashihama beach near Tokyo, which will host the sailing competition next summer.
We round up the best in eco-friendly clothing and cosmetics in Europe