Brazilian police authorities have taken into custody former Petrobras Chief Executive Officer Aldemir Bendine on suspected corruption charges that include receiving large bribes from construction giant Odebrecht.
Brazilian police arrest former Petrobras CEO on corruption charges
Imran Awan, an information technology administrator of Congresswoman Debbie Wasserman Schultz, was arrested while he was about to board a flight to Lahore.
FBI arrests US lawmaker’s Pak-born aide for bank fraud
The US military says it has successfully test-dropped a number of leaflet bombs, capable of delivering thousands of leaflets to people located in a target area.
US military completes test-dropping leaflet bombs using B-52 bombers
Venezuelan President Nicolas Maduro has denounced as “illegal” the new economic sanctions leveled by the United States against Venezuelan officials over a controversial government plan for rewriting the constitution.
Maduro censures new US sanctions on Venezuela as ‘illegal’
The plane went down shortly after takeoff from a municipal airport popular with private pilots north of Salt Lake City, killing two couples heading for a vacation.
Small plane misses cars but kills 4 aboard in Utah highway crash
US Senator Jack Reed was accidentally recorded telling Senator Susan Collins that President Donald Trump “is crazy” while the two lawmakers discussed the federal budget and Trump's lack of familiarity with the details of governing.
Two senators recorded saying 'Donald Trump is crazy. I'm worried'
US officials said on Tuesday, that they have seen increased North Korean activity that could be preparations for another missile test within days.
North Korean missile could reach US in a year
Secretary of State Rex Tillerson is ‘taking a little time off’ amid reports that he’s sick of being in Washington, a spokesperson said.
Tillerson ‘taking a little time off’ amid exit rumors
The US Senate on Tuesday, voted to begin formal debate of healthcare legislation that would repeal major elements of Obamacare and possibly replace it with a less costly program.
Efforts to repeal and replace Obamacare clear their first hurdle in the US Senate
US Attorney General Jeff Sessions' allies have said that President Donald Trump is carrying out a deliberate public campaign to pressure him to quit, rather than fire him outright, but the country's top lawyer has no intention of resigning.
Sessions allies say Trump using Twitter attacks to force resignation

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