“We are deeply troubled by reports of deaths, widespread arrests, beatings, and harassment of protestors by security forces of the Government of Zimbabwe ..."
Security Alert: Continued street blockades and military checkpoints, disruption of social media sites and Whats App, reports of police abuse and violence across Zimbabwe.
Plan draws bipartisan pushback and weak poll support
New York's Jerrold Nadler says his Judiciary Committee 'will take steps to better understand both the president's actions and the FBI's response to that behavior' in coming weeks
Martin Fayulu's campaign says he won the presidential election with 61 percent of vote
In push for wall funding, Trump warns of southern 'invasion'; meanwhile, partial federal shutdown enters 21st day
Nine-term US representative from Iowa will now face a primary challenge back home
Secretary of State Mike Pompeo decided to go ahead with Jan. 16-17 meeting "because it is essential to conduct of foreign affairs essential to national security"
But a full resumption of government operations is unlikely because Senate Republican Leader McConnell has said he will not bring the House bill up for a vote
Result could lead to country’s first democratic transfer of power since independence from Belgium in 1960; U.N. notes 'broad and inclusive participation of political parties'
House Speaker Nancy Pelosi and Senate Minority Leader Chuck Schumer gave the Democratic response from Capitol Hill to President Donald Trump's address urging funding for his wall on the US-Mexico border