The president took a personal interest in the case of Edward Gallagher, who was acquitted of charges that he killed a wounded Islamic State fighter two years ago.
In a contentious exchange during the last round of Democratic debates, Ms. Harris confronted Mr. Biden about having worked with segregationists in the Senate and discussed her personal history with busing. Here’s a refresher.
Washington says Zarif was targeted because he is a ‘key enabler of Ayatollah Khamenei’s policies’
The Trump administration has imposed sanctions on the Iran’s foreign minister, Mohammad Javad Zarif, striking at the main diplomatic channel between Iran and the West.
The US secretary of state, Mike Pompeo, said Zarif had been targeted because he acted on behalf of the supreme leader, Ali Khamenei.
Senators cite overreliance on industry and “lack of transparency.”
Tonight’s lineup will feature 10 candidates including the former Vice President Joe Biden, Senator Kamala Harris of California and Senator Cory Booker of New Jersey.
The one-term Democrat also served as ambassador to Denmark under presidents George H.W. Bush and Clinton.
President Trump lashed out at military lawyers who tried the case of Edward Gallagher, a Navy SEAL who was acquitted of killing a captured teenage Islamic State fighter.
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In newly released audio, then California governor can be heard making racist remarks on a phone call with Richard Nixon
Ronald Reagan made racist remarks about African delegates to the United Nations, calling them “monkeys” and saying they were still “uncomfortable wearing shoes”, newly released audio recordings have revealed.
Reagan, the actor turned politician who was a popular two-term president, made the comments in a phone call with the disgraced former president Richard Nixon as the two discussed a 1971 vote by the UN to recognize China, instead of the US ally Taiwan. At the time of the call, Nixon was still president and Reagan was governor of California.
Heading for the exits are lawmakers widely considered workhorses in Congress. Rising in the ranks are Trump favorites and cable news regulars.