WASHINGTON—A Pentagon official told House impeachment investigators that Ukraine inquired about the status of frozen security aid on the same day that President Trump asked Ukrainian President Volodymyr
The world got an unprecedented look into China’s human-rights abuses last weekend, following the publication of 400 pages of leaked documents that describe Beijing’s escalating brutality in Xinjiang province.
Boycotting Israel and its people has only strengthened both, while doing great harm to Arab countries, and not least to the Palestinians. For the sake of the region, it is long past time to move forward
Alphabet Inc.’s Google said Wednesday it plans to stop allowing highly targeted political ads on its platform, further fragmenting the rules being set by Silicon Valley tech giants for guarding against
Tehran used arrests, deadly force and a prolonged internet blackout to contain nationwide protests that pose the most serious test in years for Iran’s leaders. Iranian President Hassan Rouhani on Wednesday
WASHINGTON—The Trump administration has given permission to some U.S. suppliers to Huawei Technologies Co. to resume shipping to the Chinese telecom giant, easing export restrictions while U.S. negotiators
Ten leading Democratic presidential candidates took the stage Wednesday night in Atlanta for the fifth round of party debates as the rivals of Pete Buttigieg are expected to look to blunt the South Bend,
WASHINGTON—New York Rep. Carolyn Maloney was elected chairwoman of the House Committee on Oversight and Reform, making her the first woman to take the position on the panel that oversees the federal government.
WASHINGTON—The House passed legislation Wednesday requiring the U.S. to re-examine its relationship with Hong Kong, putting formal American support for pro-democracy protests in Hong Kong in the hands
AUSTIN, Texas—President Trump criticized China’s efforts to reach a trade agreement during a visit to a Texas plant where Apple Inc. is assembling its new desktop computer. Mr. Trump toured the Austin
A friend of the Dayton, Ohio, gunman has pleaded guilty to federal firearm charges. Ethan Kollie, 24 years old, pleaded guilty Wednesday to charges that he lied on federal firearms forms and possessed
BOGOTÁ, Colombia—The Colombian government has taken extraordinary security measures before nationwide antigovernment demonstrations set for Thursday, fearing a repeat of what has happened in Chile, once
Shares of ServiceNow Inc. are getting a taste of the “inclusion effect.” The cloud-software company’s stock got a boost this week after S&P Dow Jones Indices, the company that manages the S&P 500 benchmark,
LA PAZ, Bolivia—Bolivia’s political crisis is deepening as state security forces use increasingly lethal force against mobs of protesters demanding the return to the country of former President Evo Morales,
Nonprofit organizations have raised concerns that the recent sale of the web domain that many of them use will significantly increase their online costs, a worry the new private-equity owner has dismissed.
WASHINGTON—Federal Reserve officials at their October policy meeting weighed but didn’t settle on strategies that could provide a more enduring fix to the money-market interest-rate volatility that flared