US President Donald Trump is “very confident” that he will be "vindicated" regarding his claim that the Obama administration spied on him during the election campaign, White House Press Secretary Sean Spicer has said.
The House Intelligence Committee chairman has apologized to committee Democrats for going public with information about government surveillance on the Trump election campaign prior to speaking to them, according to a member.
Families of victims and hundreds of individuals who suffered injuries as a result of the September 11, 2001, attacks sued Saudi Arabia in a US court, asking Riyadh to pay compensation to the victims of the of such attacks, it was reported early on Wednesday.
The majority of Muslim Americans experienced religious discrimination during 2016, and many said they feared for their own or their family’s safety from hate groups following the election US President Donald Trump, a new poll has revealed.
A Democratic lawmaker in the US House of Representatives has censured the House Armed Services Committee for downgrading its public hearing over a scandal, involving nude photo sharing by US military personnel, to a subcommittee hearing on social media policies.
Iran’s Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif warns that Tehran is ready to restore its nuclear activities to the level it was before the 2015 deal with the P5+1 states, including the US, should Washington fail to keep its end of the nuclear bargain.
The former British ambassador to the United States has rejected claims by US President Donald Trump about the UK’s involvement in alleged wiretapping of Trump Tower by the administration of former President Barack Obama in the run-up to the 2016 presidential election.