A House committee chairman issued subpoenas to two more former White House aides, including former Communications Director Hope Hicks, hours after being spurned by former White House Counsel McGahn.
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Risk of nuclear war now highest since WW2, U.N. arms research chief says
The risk of nuclear weapons being used is at its highest since World War Two, a senior U.N. security expert said on Tuesday, calling it an "urgent" issue that the world should take more seriously.
Wynn Resorts ceases talks with MGM to sell $2.6 billion Massachusetts casino
Wynn Resorts Ltd said on Tuesday the company has decided to stop talks with MGM Resorts International to sell its Encore Boston Harbor casino.
Asia stocks fragile as trade anxiety overshadows Huawei reprieve
Asian stocks were on shaky ground on Wednesday, as earlier relief over Washington's temporary relaxation of curbs against China's Huawei Technologies failed to offset deeper worries about trade frictions between the world's two largest economies.
In an Indian village, Muslims talk of leaving as divide with Hindus widens
Muslims in Nayabans, an unremarkable village in northern India, say they remember a time when their children played with Hindu youths, and people from either faith chatted when they frequented each other's shops and went to festivals together.
California sues Trump administration over withholding high-speed rail funds
California and its high-speed rail authority filed suit on Tuesday to prevent the Trump administration from canceling a nearly $1 billion federal grant awarded in 2010 for a "bullet" train project hobbled by extensive delays and rising costs.
Oklahoma reels, Missouri declares state of emergency from storm, floods
Dozens of people were rescued from rising floodwaters and felled trees that smashed homes and blocked roadways in Oklahoma, as severe storms unleashing tornadoes and heavy rain roared through the central United States on Tuesday.
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