Pessimistic Outlook in Russia Slows Investment, and the Economy
Growth in Russia has slowed to well below the global average as economists point to low spending by the government and the private sector.
Bolton Hints at Further Revelations if He Overcomes White House âCensorshipâ
In his first public appearance since the impeachment trial, the presidentâs former national security adviser said he was fighting efforts to suppress his unpublished book.
Marie Yovanovitch, Ex-Envoy, Offers Sober Appraisal of U.S. Diplomacy
Accepting an award at Georgetown University, Ms. Yovanovitch, who was a key player in President Trumpâs impeachment proceedings, spoke publicly for the first time since her testimony.
Ukrainian Political Shake-up Involves Figures in U.S. Impeachment
A personnel shuffle by President Volodymyr Zelensky could be felt in United States politics, but appears to stem from a domestic dispute between the government and a controversial oligarch.
Justice Dept. Reviewing Information From Giuliani on the Bidens, Graham Says
Senator Lindsey Graham warned that the information should be viewed skeptically. âRussia is playing us all like a fiddle,â he said.
Republican Senators Tried to Stop Trump From Firing Impeachment Witness
A handful of senators reached out to the White House to warn the president not to dismiss Gordon D. Sondland, the ambassador to the European Union who testified in the House hearings. But Mr. Trump went ahead anyway.
Putin Rejects Oil Deal With Belarus, Increasing Pressure for Merger
President Aleksandr G. Lukashenko pressed for cheap energy to aid his ailing economy during a âmoment of truthâ meeting with President Putin.
Republicans in Senate Press On With Investigation Into Hunter Biden
The Treasury Department complied with a request from Senate Republicans for documents related to Hunter Bidenâs ties to a Ukrainian energy company, according to a Senate Democrat.
Trump Lashes Out at Impeachment Foes and Pelosi Hits Back
The president denounced the âcorrupt peopleâ who pushed for his impeachment. Speaker Nancy Pelosi said the president seemed âa little sedatedâ during his State of the Union address.
I Voted for Trump, and I Believe He May Be Guilty of Bribery
The presidentâs defenders are wrong.
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