According to five sources, AnyVision's technology has powered a secret military surveillance project that has monitored Palestinians in the West Bank.
Analysis: Yovanovitch testified, Roger Stone got convicted, Trump tweeted. It's all right there.
Democrats said they need the documents to investigate whether the president accurately filled out required disclosure forms.
President Donald Trump's Twitter attack on an impeachment witness during her testimony on Friday drew a furious response from Democrats.
De-emphasising race — as a positive and negative — could be a way to allow a more honest cultural discussion to ensue.
Analysis: If prosecutors at Roger Stone's trial believed Trump was telling the truth about hacked emails and WikiLeaks, it wasn't evident in the courtroom.
The Republican operative was charged with making false statements, obstruction and witness tampering.
Some Republican lawmakers and pundits claim the president should be allowed to confront the intelligence community whistleblower whose complaint set off the current firestorm over Donald Trump’s dealings with Ukraine. This argument is utterly preposterous.
Recent violent demonstrations in the semi-autonomous region pose one of the most serious challenges to the president since he came to power in 2012.
"There is a long standing issue of countries overlooking Ukraine," said Duncan Allan, a former British diplomat who served in embassies in Kyiv and Moscow.
The fast-moving impeachment inquiry is catapulting the majority and minority staff counsels into the national spotlight.
The former Ukraine ambassador was abruptly recalled from her post by President Donald Trump.
In the call, Zelenskiy invited Trump to visit Ukraine as the president remains noncommittal.
The man was stranded in a no man's land between Greece and Turkey for five days.
Hoda Muthana will not be allowed to return to the U.S. after travelling to Syria to join the extremists in 2014.
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The former U.S. ambassador to Ukraine is giving public testimony in the House's impeachment inquiry.
It wasn't immediately clear which of the former vice president's comments provoked Pyongyang's anger.
She was recalled from her post on the orders of the president, who called her 'bad news' in a phone call with his Ukrainian counterpart.
Even as Venetians attempt to recover from floods earlier this week, they are already beginning to deal with the next disaster.
The president's comments came one day after the first day of public testimony, and just hours ahead of the Friday appearance of former U.S. ambassador to Ukraine Marie Yovanovitch.
Mark Sandy, a career official at the Office of Management and Budget, would be the first from the agency to appear before Congressional investigators.
The Manhattan District Attorney's office has subpoenaed Trump's accountants for the returns.
President Trump told his Ukrainian counterpart Yovanovitch was "bad news"
A total of 10 candidates will take part in debate, which is being hosted by MSNBC and the Washington Post.
Bevin said any changes to the vote tally would not change the result of the race.