The U.S. ambassador to the EU gave testimony that for the first time put Secretary of State Pompeo and Vice President Pence at the heart of the impeachment probe.
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Ukraine widens probe against Burisma founder to embezzlement of state funds
Ukraine has widened its investigation into the founder of energy company Burisma to include suspicion of embezzling state funds, Prosecutor General Ruslan Ryaboshapka said on Wednesday.
Amid impeachment drama, Senate helps Trump move U.S. courts to the right
The impeachment drama unfolding in the Democratic-led U.S. House of Representatives has not stopped President Donald Trump's fellow Republicans who control the Senate from helping him build on one of the biggest achievements of his presidency - making the federal judiciary more conservative.
Fed shows little appetite for bold policy change sought by Trump
As U.S. Federal Reserve officials hone their monetary policy playbook in preparation for the next economic downturn, it appears they will eschew more controversial approaches tried by other global central banks, including one that President Donald Trump has called on the Fed to try.
Wall Street falls on concerns about U.S.-China trade deal progress
Wall Street's main indexes ended Wednesday's session lower on concerns that a "phase one" trade deal between Washington and Beijing may not be completed this year, while minutes from the Federal Reserve's October policy meeting appeared to offer little help.
Ready for change? Britain's Labour unveils 'radical' manifesto
Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn will unveil his opposition party's election manifesto on Thursday, setting out how in government he plans to transform Britain with "the most radical and ambitious plan" in decades.
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