Donald Trump Jr. said at an Indian business summit Friday that life since his father’s election “has been difficult from a family standpoint,” but that he’d enjoyed the coverage he’d received during this trip
The driver was identified as a resident of La Vergne, Tennessee, and as someone the Secret Service has had previous encounters with near the White House, “resulting in numerous arrests for a variety of criminal violations.”
The Trump administration announced sanctions on more than 50 vessels, shipping companies and trade businesses to turn up the pressure on North Korea. US officials said that Trump had discussed the action with Moon ahead of the announcement in Washington.
Rick Gates’ plea comes on the heels of the stunning indictment last week that laid out a broad operation of election meddling by Russia, which began in 2014, and employed fake social media accounts and on-the-ground politicking to promote Trump’s campaign
The English Football Association has charged Manchester City manager Pep Guardiola for promoting a political message by wearing a ribbon in support of imprisoned and ousted pro-independence Catalan politicians.
Two South Korean skaters on Friday brought down the rafters at the Olympic skating arena as local crowds roared approval of their performances and the two earned praise from two-time Olympic medal winner Kim Yuna.
The men, aged 22 and 25, were ruled guilty on the broadly defined charge of “picking quarrels and provoking trouble” and sentenced to administrative detention, a punishment short of jailing for which no trial is required
The findings, with ‘sufficient evidence’ against both President Salva Kiir’s government forces and rebels, identify more than 40 senior military officials, ‘who may bear individual responsibility for war crimes.’