Hill's appearance has caused concern among those close to Trump, a former senior White House official told NBC News.
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Kurdish troops have turned to the Syrian government and Russia for help, as U.S. forces move out of the region.
The state opening of Parliament is about as flamboyant as it gets, with ceremonies dating back 400 years.
The president provided no support for his assertion that China "almost immediately" began complying with terms of the tariff agreement he announced Friday.
The country now waits to see how Catalan separatists will react to the verdicts.
"Everything's just fallen apart," said Tom Haward, the eighth generation of Hawards to work the family's 300-year-old business.
The chairman of the House Intel committee, who is leading the impeachment inquiry, couldn't be more different than his prey.
It comes as he has faces criticism from Democratic rivals for his dependence on traditional high-dollar fundraising events.
"Sorry just doesn't cut it," said the mother of Harry Dunn, 19, who was killed.
"We need to do a lot more to hold Facebook accountable," Warren tweeted Sunday.
Barcelona is getting ready for the verdict from Spain's Supreme Court in the trial of the Catalan separatist leaders, nine of whom have been in pre-trial detention for close to two years.
Pope Francis on Sunday declared five people saints, including Cardinal John Henry Newman, a leading 19th century Anglican who converted to Catholicism and became one of the most influential Christian figures of modern times.
Helicopters, boats and thousands of troops were deployed across Japan to rescue people stranded in flooded homes Sunday.
"It's not the business of foreign countries, any foreign countries, to be interfering in our elections," Cruz said.
"I am, I believe, the only candidate who's gonna say to the ruling class of this country ... enough with your greed, " Sanders said.
Biden's attorney wrote that Hunter "never anticipated the barrage of false charges against both him and his father by the president of the United States."