Move comes after Algeria's army chief of staff demands immediate constitutional procedures to remove the ailing, 82-year-old leader from office
For all the recent upheaval in politics, the 2020 campaign so far shows some things haven't changed. Retail campaign stops are still essential to breaking through in early-voting states that will play a central role in choosing the nominee.
There has been one death from cholera and of the reported cases 97 remain in treatment centers, with others released, Mozambique’s health director Ussein Isse announced
Woman says former US vice president, a possible 2020 Democratic challenger to Trump, unexpectedly kissed her hair at 2014 political rally
Trump's battle with "Obamacare" moves to the courts with big risks and unpredictable results
Lawmakers fear this coming week could be more traumatic for constitutional order that's cracking under the stress of Brexit impasse that's also fracturing two storied parties, the Conservatives and Labour
State Department says it will 'engage Congress in the process,' an apparent acknowledgement that it will need lawmakers' approval to end the funding
Powerful storm in southern Africa two weeks ago has left nearly 800 people dead, with a related cholera outbreak infecting more than 130 people
Military says it has arrested at least 10 suspected kidnappers, but players say the abductions show the government is unable to protect citizens
Zimbabwean government says the situation will improve once damaged roads are repaired
Trump is assembling an army of operatives to fight for victory in what stands to be a legacy-defining political battle.
Trump administration wants policies enacted under his predecessor repealed, while Democrats want to amend existing system