Snowden, a former contractor with the U.S. National Security Agency, has been living in Russia since 2013 to escape prosecution in the U.S..
Republicans in the US Senate advanced Amy Coney Barrett's Supreme Court nomination. Now she faces a vote in the full Senate.
US officials accused Iran on Wednesday of being behind a flurry of emails sent to Democratic voters in multiple battleground states.
US President Donald Trump said he was "running angry" and "happy" as he travels around the country in a last-minute push to turn around his campaign.
US officials had previously told Turkey that the S-400 missiles were incompatible with NATO's own defences
The EU would prefer the US drops tariffs imposed on the bloc's exports last year rather than immediately slap the US with tariffs, a top EU official said following the ruling.
The US Senate will begin confirmation hearings for Donald Trump's nominee to the Supreme Court, a mere three weeks before the presidential election.
Two jihadists from the Islamic State group, who were part of a terror cell nicknamed ‘The Beatles’ due to their British accents, have pleaded not guilty before a judge in the USA.
Wildfires have killed 31 people and incinerated hundreds of homes in what is already the worst fire season on record.
Trump told a far-right extremist group to "stand down" a day after saying they should "stand by" as he refused to condemn white supremacy.
US President Donald Trump paid just $750 in federal income taxes the year he ran for president and in his first year in the White House, according to a report Sunday in The New York Times.
Trump and Biden will face off next week in the first of three presidential debates before the high stakes November election.
The US president's supporters chanted "fill that seat" at a rally in North Carolina one day after the death of Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg.
A senior US State Department official said Hezbollah stored chemicals that can be used to make explosives in several European countries.
The wildfires have destroyed more than 900,000 acres of land, territory greater in size than the US state of Rhode Island and more than double what would usually burn annually.
“I wanted to always play it down,” US President Donald Trump said, according to a book by journalist Bob Woodward. “I still like playing it down because I don’t want to create a panic.”
The US government told states to prepare for a coronavirus vaccine to be ready to distribute by Nov. 1.
Soon after arriving in the city, a visit made over the objections of state and local leaders, Trump toured the charred remains of a block besieged by violence and fire.
Over 20 states had filed lawsuits to stop changes at the US postal agency.