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The Democrats have a cunning plan to get Trump re-elected

The bid to impeach the president failed, Iowa was a disaster and Adam Schiff is a PR nightmare

The whistle-blower, impeachment and Trump phone call: What we know

This is what we know about the affair launched by a complaint from a mysterious whistle-blower in the US intelligence community

Trump walks out on Democrats as impeachment talk heats up

A livid Trump abruptly shut down a White House meeting with Democratic leaders Nancy Pelosi and Chuck Schumer

Democrat women in solidarity at Trump address

The women in white sat en bloc Tuesday in unmistakable defiance of President Donald Trump while he delivered his State of the Union address

Trumps delays State of the Union speech until government shutdown ends

President Trump backed down late on Wednesday in a spat with Democrats over his State of the Union address

US government shutdown breaks record as eyes remain on Trump

The partial shutdown has reached a 24-day impasse, and the question in the air is will the president declare a national emergency?

Stop holding Americans ‘hostage’ over shutdown, Pelosi tells Trump

The political impasse over Trump's border wall demand has kept key government agencies closed for the past 18 days

Nancy Pelosi: Former US House speaker set to reclaim gavel

Keeping Donald Trump in check will be among the California Democrat's top challenges as she presides over the House of Representatives

US govt lurches to shutdown as Trump, Democrats spar over wall

Fears of a shutdown — which could send thousands of federal employees home without pay just before Christmas — helped send US stocks tumbling

Trump, Pelosi, Schumer openly spar over border wall

US president repeats threat to shut down the government if Democrats don't agree to fund wall on southern border

Democrats nominate Pelosi to reclaim US House speaker role

​Nancy Pelosi is seeking to reclaim the gavel that she first wielded a dozen years ago when she became the first female speaker of the House

China paying ‘close attention’ to Africa famine

China has said it was paying "close attention" to a disastrous famine in the Horn of Africa after top US House Democrat urged it to do more.

China admits to shooting at Tibetans

China admitted for the first time that security forces shot at Tibetan protesters, as the military on Friday pursued its crackdown on volatile areas amid fears of mass arrests. The admission comes with Beijing's Communist rulers trying to put the country's best face forward in the run-up to the Olympic Games in August.

Turkey threatens retaliation over US genocide Bill

Turkey on Tuesday accused Washington of playing "petty" politics and threatened reprisals if the United States Congress votes on a motion branding the World War I massacre of Armenians by Ottoman Turks an act of genocide. "We see that common sense is gradually losing ground to petty political calculations," Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdogan said.

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