Trump lawyer's acknowledgment sharply at odds with frequent denials of collusion by the U.S. leader, but he later clarifies
“The party is aware of subversive activities by certain individuals, political parties, civic and business organizations in pursuit of the regime change agenda.”
“We are deeply troubled by reports of deaths, widespread arrests, beatings, and harassment of protestors by security forces of the Government of Zimbabwe ..."
Finance Minister Mthuli Ncube told a townhall meeting on Friday a new local currency would be introduced in less than 12 months.
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
Nine-term US representative from Iowa will now face a primary challenge back home
Constancia Mugabe (50), Johanne Mapurisa (50) and Saymore Nhetekwa (47) appeared before Chinhoyi magistrate Felix Mawadze on Wednesday and were granted $2,000 bail each.
Bishops say results giving victory to Felix Tshisekedi 'do not correspond' to data gathered by observers
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'
President Donald Trump would almost certainly face a legal challenge if he carries out his threat to get funding for a U.S.-Mexico border wall by declaring a national emergency and circumventing Congress's purse-strings power
Party of Nelson Mandela slowly losing support over shortcomings in running the country and corruption scandals
Trump administration pushes hard on border crisis and accuse Democrats of refusing to negotiate reopening of government