In a Tuesday Facebook post , the former CBS News anchor says 'history is watching' those who denounce Trump's comments, but continue to support the candidate.
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Announcement comes the day after Erdogan met with Putin for the first time since the countries agreed to mend relations soured by Turkey's downing of a Russian plane in November.
China's official news agency says Republican presidential candidate is playing the 'China-bashing card,' offering nothing of substance to improve bilateral relations.
Germany is considering whether they can charge the four male suspects, who worked as guards, and four women, who were secretaries or telephone operators, as accessories to murder.
Warning comes as Syrian activists say government warplanes bomb opposition-held areas; UN calls for 'humanitarian pause' in fighting.
Since U.S.-led coalition began airstrikes on the Islamic State, it has lost more than 40 percent of its territory in Iraq, but fight has leveled entire neighborhoods, displaced millions.
Anti-American sentiment is reaching 'its peak' in Turkey over the issue of the return of the Muslim cleric, suspected of orchestrating the coup, Turkish justice minister says.
Two of four airstrikes said to have directly his the facility, killing our hospital staff, five children, two women and two others.
Judge may file terrorism charges against suspect who allegedly spread ISIS propaganda on social media.
Thousands of fighters arrive from groups in Iran and Lebanon as rebels try to consolidate gains.