White House Press Secretary Stephanie Grisham backtracked from comments she made Tuesday that Obama administration aides left behind taunting notes for incoming Trump officials when they handed over their
Tillerson swipes at Trump: 'Asking for personal favors and using United States assets as collateral is wrong'
(CNN) — Former Secretary of State Rex Tillerson said Monday that "clearly asking for personal favors and using United States assets as collateral is wrong," a swipe at President Donald Trump as the investigation
ATLANTA—On Tuesday afternoon, as Gordon Sondland was winding things up in his eventful meeting with the House Intelligence Committee, I was starting to despair that no one would point out that he’s still
If you want to receive twice-daily briefings like this by email, sign up to the Front Page newsletter here and try our Audio Briefings on WhatsApp. Duke under fire: Judge could unseal secret files with
Ghislaine Maxwell would never implicate Prince Andrew in Epstein scandal if she spoke to FBI, insist friends
Ghislaine Maxwell will never implicate the Duke of York if she is ever interviewed by the FBI over the Epstein scandal, the Telegraph has been told. Ms Maxwell will instead corroborate the Duke of York’s
Plans by the world’s biggest oil, gas, and coal producers to vastly increase their output guarantees those countries will miss their stated Paris climate goals. Global governments plan to produce 120 more
A number of businesses, charities and educational organisations are severing or reconsidering their ties with Prince Andrew. BT said on Wednesday it would no longer work with iDEA – the Duke of York Inspiring
To win in Kentucky, Amy McGrath will need to attract support from Trump voters. How? By arguing that McConnell is blocking big pieces of his agenda. Subscribe to Women Rule on Apple Podcasts here. | Subscribe
We previously reported that Yantar, a Russian spy ship suspected of loitering near internet cables, arrived in the Americas on November 8. She stopped briefly in Trinidad, before heading back into the
WASHINGTON (AP) — Federal prosecutors are planning to interview an executive with Ukraine’s state-owned gas company as part of an ongoing probe into the business dealings of Rudy Giuliani and two of his
In a paper published in the journal Nature, a group of scientists used air trapped in the bubbles in ice as old as 2 million years to reconstruct levels of carbon-dioxide and methane in Earth's atmosphere.
“Our resources for law enforcement are critical and limited,” the mayor said of the costs for Trump's campaign visit there last month. The city of Albuquerque has sent Donald Trump’s campaign a bill for
In the history of our nation, Congress has always been granted the power to investigate. Trump is attempting to dismantle important legislative norms. If you read the U.S. Constitution and look for the
NASA data shows the ocean's gradual, inexorable rise. "There's a lot of things we're really sure about," NASA climate scientist Kate Marvel said at the 10th annual Social Good Summit on Sept. 22. "We're
If you're a friend of Jack Daniels or you like to gobble Wild Turkey, you may be in for a shock. Ever since the European Union imposed 25% tariffs on U.S. whiskey in June last year, this American industry
Over the last several decades, psychologists have unearthed a wealth of evidence on how children learn. But for three basic reasons, it’s proven hard to translate that evidence into classroom practice.
Lots of states are dangerous, poor, uneducated, polluted, uninsured and dependent on federal aid. But they're Trump states, and he needs them in 2020. President Donald Trump is right when he says Baltimore’s
This incident is a chilling reminder of the misogyny, contempt for dissent and class privilege that blights our society What is more shocking? That during the chancellor of the exchequer’s Mansion House
The recent popularity of plant-based diets has now made its way into fashion. The recent popularity of plant-based diets has made its way into fashion. Last month, H&M debuted products made out of pineapple
Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein stood with a deadpan expression as Attorney General William Barr briefed reporters ahead of the release of a redacted version of Robert Mueller's report. Rosenstein