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President Donald Trump's son-in-law, Jared Kushner, has volunteered to speak to the Senate Intelligence Committee as part of its investigation into Russian meddling in the US election, a White House spokesman said Monday.
Jared Kushner is President Trump's son-in-law and a senior adviser who plays a big role in the Trump administration.
It has been something of a mystery, the whereabouts of House Intelligence Committee Chairman Rep. Devin Nunes on the day before his announcement that he saw information suggesting that communications of then-President-elect Donald Trump and his advisers may have been swept up in surveillance of other foreign nationals.
The fate of Donald Trump's presidency may hinge on what he does next.
A series of anti-corruption protests swept through Russia on Sunday, leading to the arrest of hundreds of demonstrators, including top Kremlin critic Alexey Navalny.
In the aftermath of anti-corruption protests across Russia, Alexey Navalny, the country's most dangerous opposition figure, has been jailed. CNN's Matthew Chance reports.
The Trump administration wants the first $1 billion of border wall funding to cover 62 miles -- including replacing some existing fencing along the southern border.
The adage "a week is a very long time in politics," could scarcely be more apt for British Prime Minister Theresa May.
Over the past three days, 112 bodies have been pulled from the site of a March 17 US-led coalition airstrike in Mosul, senior Iraqi health official Ahmed Dubardani said.
WikiLeaks is publicly distancing itself from longtime Donald Trump associate Roger Stone, who for months during the 2016 campaign claimed to have a backchannel communication with the group's founder, Julian Assange.
In a Q&A interview at Colgate University, former Vice President Joe Biden says he believes he could have won the presidency against Donald Trump if he decided to run.
Civilians in Raqqa faced uncertainty Sunday after ISIS ordered the evacuation of the Syrian city, and then rescinded the command.
Two mechanics have been arrested after an escalator packed with people in a Hong Kong shopping mall suddenly went into reverse.
The mother of London attacker Khalid Masood issued a statement Monday, saying she is "deeply shocked, saddened and numbed," the British Press Association reported.
As the percentage of American workers testing positive for illegal drugs has climbed to its highest level in a decade, employers are turning to refugees to fill gaps in the labor market.
The world's biggest dinosaur footprint has been discovered in northwestern Australia, measuring at nearly 5 feet 9 inches (1.75 meters), the lead author of a study said.
German Chancellor Angela Merkel's party has comfortably won an election in the small southwestern state of Saarland -- a vote seen as a bellwether for the national election in September.
Muslim women linked arms along Westminster Bridge Sunday in a show of solidarity with the victims of last week's London terror attack.
A precious gold coin, that's in the Guinness Book of Records for its unsurpassed purity, was stolen from a museum in Germany in the early hours of Monday.
While scientists have been aware of about two dozen genetic conditions that can cause obesity, a new study published Monday in the journal Obesity Reviews finds there are many more.
When Melissa Dohme Hill was 20 years old, she received a call from her high school ex-boyfriend asking to meet up one last time to gain closure. When she arrived, he pulled out a switchblade, stabbed her 32 times and left her bleeding by the side of the road.
"I looked over Jordan, what do I see, Coming for to carry me home. A band of angels coming after me, Coming for to carry me home."
Eight high school students are feared dead after being caught in an avalanche at a Japanese ski resort Monday, according to a spokesman from the local fire department.
While the medical benefits of breastfeeding for helping newborns fight infections and helping pre-term infants get stronger are fairly well established, the long-term impact is much less so.
Over 20 years ago, Sheikh Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum dreamed of bringing the world's best thoroughbreds to Dubai.
If there was ever a candidate for an obscure question on a television quiz show, it's the Caprivi Strip in northern Namibia.
Tel Aviv is practically synonymous with the beach. But a new hotel is giving tourists an opportunity to experience that famous beach in a whole new way.
Can anyone beat Dustin Johnson? With the Masters a little over a week away, the world No. 1 enhanced his status as favorite for the Green Jacket with a third successive tournament victory.
When President Donald Trump sat down in the Roosevelt Room to sign four new pieces of legislation into law Monday, the desk he eased himself into wasn't quite what he was expecting.
It was once said, "religion is designed to comfort the afflicted and to afflict the comfortable."
On the football pitch, he was famous for his tricks, flicks, and showboating skills. And nine years after his retirement, Jay-Jay Okocha's still got that golden touch -- even with a golf ball.
Walk down any street in Vietnam and it quickly becomes apparent this is a country that's crazy about coffee.
Long before product placement became commonplace, cars, watches, pens, cameras, soft drinks and other identifiable items were chosen as props per their suitability for the role.
The champagne flowed, cheers rang out and "il Tricolore" flags were enthusiastically waved. But behind the scenes there was probably a huge collective sigh of relief.
Everything is not what it seems in Everett Kennedy Brown's captivating photographic series on Japan's samurai.
On Sunday night the "Internet" supposedly "erupted" after a gate agent for United Airlines denied entry to a girl and two other passengers for improper clothing ? leggings.
A President who admires strongmen tried to strong-arm the Republicans who control the United States House of Representatives. Pass the repeal of Obamacare and replace it with Trumpcare, Donald Trump told the 247 Republicans, or else you'll be ousted in a primary.
There is an existential danger lurking deep within the foreign policy of Donald Trump and Rex Tillerson -- one that could come bubbling to the surface even before the May summit of NATO heads of state that will mark the President's first foreign venture since his inauguration.
Can you hear me now? Can you hear me now? After years of conservative voices falling on deaf ears among the GOP establishment in Washington, principled conservatives, such as those in the House Freedom Caucus (HFC), managed to blunt President Trump's initial stab at repealing and replacing Obamacare.
Yolanda ticks off the countries she and her husband have passed through in the last three months: Brazil, Peru, Ecuador, Colombia, Panama and now Costa Rica. But she is no tourist.
"That night he took me with him. He forced himself on me. I was crying. [He said] I've bought you, I can do whatever I want. I've given your parents money, I can use you for as long as I like. Keep your mouth shut."
As Lauren Chopek painfully details her story, she does so with the reticence of a survivor, as if somehow remaining silent would have been better.
"When I woke up I didn't know that I was in China."
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