US Ambassador to the European Union Gordon Sondland on Thursday testified to House committees over their impeachment inquiry, saying he and other US diplomats were "disappointed" by President Donald Trump's directive to work with his personal lawyer Rudy Giuliani on Ukraine matters.
US Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell on Tuesday said that Russia was not a friend of the United States and warned against a repeat of the 2016 election meddling.
US stocks rebounded sharply Wednesday, reflecting solid earnings by two major retailers amid continued uncertainty created by the coronavirus pandemic.
US food giants KFC and McDonald's were among the international brands that moved into China during the period, along with rivals such as Subway and PizzaHut. Interestingly, the difference in the meaning of the word "lunch" for Chinese people and Westerners made their roles different in China, too. For many in the West, lunch is often a sandwich or roll, ordered to go and eaten on the run within half an hour.
US President Donald Trump in June authorized economic sanctions against ICC officials engaged in an investigation into US personnel, which drew opposition from the international community and some of US allies.
US Senate Minority Leader Chuck Schumer speaks to reporters at the Capitol in Washington on Monday. SARAH SILBIGER/GETTY IMAGES/AGENCE FRANCE-PRESSE
US President Donald Trump and his fellow Republicans have sought to make immigration a major issue ahead of Nov 6 elections, in which the party is battling to keep control of the Congress.
US Vice President Mike Pence said on Sunday hydroxychloroquine will be used in a trial covering 3,000 patients at a hospital in Detroit, Michigan, and the results will be tracked in a formal study.
US President Donald Trump declared last October opioid abuse a national public health emergency, but he has been under criticism for not providing enough resources to address it.
US companies taking advantage of a holiday given to spending sprees