"Big success on the Turkey/Syria Border," President Trump tweeted ahead of his address from the White House.
Cooper is expected to face questions about the Trump administration's decision to temporarily withhold military assistance to Ukraine over the summer.
Mark Zuckerberg's statement provides the clearest indication yet that the Libra digital currency project announced earlier this year faces an uphill battle.
Facebook chief Mark Zuckerberg testifies before US Congress
With Netanyahu unable to form a government, the task now passes to Benny Gantz, who may face a similar fate.
As the UN turns 74 this week, we can look back on its legacy and credit the organisation, and the system of multilateral cooperation built around it, with the avoidance of major wars. But do its recent failures spell the demise for the UN?
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The former vice president is making his pitch to voters he says Trump has left behind on a day when the president will also be visiting Pennsylvania.
Analysis: The deal is another blow for Syrian Kurds who want greater self-rule.
"In order to make meaningful progress on climate change, we must act in a bipartisan way," said Sen. Coons.
A 25-year-old man from Northern Ireland has been arrested on suspicion of murder.
Analysis: Washington is bracing for the prospect that president may seek to let funding lapse in a bid to blame Democrats.
The U.S. 2nd Circuit Court of Appeals is hearing the case on a fast track, and lawyers for both sides have agreed to seek immediate review from the Supreme Court.
The girl was shot in the ankle and is in a cast. Police have ruled the shooting accidental, but the driver was charged with a misdemeanor.
Taylor drew a "direct line" between Trump's demand that Ukraine investigate his political rivals and distribution of U.S. military aid, Democrats said.
Taylor's testimony raised serious concerns about Trump's denials of a quid pro quo.
The Association of Banks in Lebanon said in a statement banks were "waiting for the general situation to stabilize in the country."
Imaad Zuberi pleaded guilty to making nearly $1 million in illegal campaign contributions to various presidential election campaigns and other candidates for elected office.
The book, described as "a shocking first-had account of President Trump and his record," is being published on Nov. 19.
The deal allows Turkey to maintain control of areas it pushed into launching its offensive into Syria earlier this month.
Johnson won one vote and lost another in Parliament, a result that inches him closer to his goal but effectively guarantees it won't happen on Oct. 31.
Th social media giant is looking at what to do once deepfakes are detected, including whether to label the videos or take them down.
The pair are giving back to food shelters and charities fighting hunger.
The program was started in 2010 to help remove unwanted drugs from homes where they could be stolen or abused.
Chad Wolf is thought by many not to be as hardline as others floated for the job, but emails show he was an early architect of migrant family separation.
Even if you'll never meet those other yous, some physicists say they're out there.