The former Exxon Mobil CEO, a controversial choice for his lack of diplomatic background and mammoth business ties, grilled on Russia ties by U.S. Senators during confirmation hearing.
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A look at some notable examples of 'compromising material' in the wake of unsubstantiated allegations that Russia plotted against Donald Trump.
The popular show 'Guess the Melody' was immediately terminated after the actress made gestures to represent Adolf Hitler on Friday.
U.S. president talks Trump, UN, and Israeli settlements in interview with Israeli journalist.
The British embassy in Poland didn't believe her, but Clare Hollingworth was the first to report the Nazi invasion in September, 1939, and continued on with a career covering conflict zones, including pre-state Israel.
The European Court of Human Rights decision upholds a Swiss federal court ruling that education officials had not violated the family's rights of freedom of conscience and religion in the case in Basel dating to 2008.
Shipment meant to compensate for exports of tons of heavy water. It was approved by U.S., but comes at a sensitive time.
Bauman, who died in Britain, was a strong moral voice for the poor and dispossessed in a world upended by globalization.
George Piro, special agent in charge of the FBI's Miami field office and Beirut native is in charge of the FBI probe of the Fort Lauderdale rampage that killed five.
Family members of East Jerusalem man who plowed his truck into group of soldiers at Armon Hanatziv Promenade arrested; funerals for victims expected later today.