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Attempts to re-open the US government seemed to fall through yesterday as President Trump made clear he would not budge on his demand for $5 billion in border-wall funding.
The current president and his predecessor take swipes at eachother over everything from the migrant crisis to healthcare, days before the US goes to the polls.
Donald Trump has apologised to Brett Kavanaugh for the "pain and suffering" caused to him by sexual misconduct allegations, which the President has dismissed as a politically-motivated "hoax"
Arizona Senator Jeff Flake was confronted by a group of sexual assault survivors on September 28 after he said he would support Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh.
Facebook has released a statement to say it was combatting "coordinated inauthentic behaviour" on its social platform.
The US president said he meant to say he saw no reason why it was not Russia that interfered in the 2016 election.
US President Donald Trump said on Saturday he told Group of Seven leaders that the
United States required fair access to markets and an end to unfair trade practices.
Ahead of Euronews' exclusive interview with Trump's former right-hand man Steve Bannon, reporter Bryan Carter was in Hungary where the populist icon addressed his far-right counterparts.
President Trump said preparations continue for the historic summit.
A national student-led protest calling for stronger gun legislation has attracted thousands in Washington and thousands more around the world.
Digital rights activists from Tactical Tech discuss what Facebook users can do to safeguard their personal data and other things you need to know about the controversy over Cambridge Analytica's use of the tech giant's data.
Rex Tillerson's departure marks the biggest shakeup of Trump's Cabinet since he took office more than a year ago
Europe has warned that punitive US trade tariffs on foreign steel could lead to retaliatory strikes against iconic American businesses.
The US president said the duties were being put in place to safeguard US jobs.
“The payment to Ms. Clifford was lawful, and was not a campaign contribution or a campaign expenditure by anyone,” said Trump's long-time personal attorney Michael Cohen.
US TV star dismisses 2020 bid
US politicians blamed one another after they failed to agree a spending budget that resulted in a government shutdown
The phrases "this is not normal,"
"the president distracts us from politics that are harming us,"
"stay vigilant," and "this is not a drill," also lit up the facade.