Bolton revelation puts Republicans under pressure in Trump impeachment trial1/27/2020 4:01:45 PM Republicans in the U.S. Senate came under fresh pressure on Monday to allow witnesses and new documents in President Donald Trump's impeachment trial after a news report that a former top aide has a written a book manuscript that undercuts Trump's versions of events in the Ukraine affair.
J&J chief testifies he did not read all documents related to asbestos in talc1/27/2020 4:01:20 PM Johnson & Johnson Chief Executive Alex Gorsky told a jury Monday that he did not read all the internal company documents related to potential asbestos contamination in Johnson's Baby Powder.
Fog likely to figure prominently in probe of Kobe Bryant's fatal helicopter crash1/27/2020 4:00:19 PM Weather conditions appear likely to come under the scrutiny of investigators probing the helicopter crash that killed former NBA superstar Kobe Bryant, his daughter and seven others near Los Angeles on Sunday, when overcast skies and fog grounded other aircraft.
'He used to climb into the hoops': Kobe's Italian childhood home pays tribute1/27/2020 4:00:19 PM As Americans mourned NBA legend Kobe Bryant on Monday, fans in Italy remembered a lesser-known chapter in his life when he played in their streets as a boy while his father competed in the local basketball league.
Republican Collins says Bolton report strengthens case for impeachment trial witnesses1/27/2020 3:59:07 PM Republican U.S. Senator Susan Collins said on Monday the case for calling witnesses in President Donald Trump's Senate impeachment trial had been strengthened by a New York Times report on a book manuscript by former Trump adviser John Bolton.
J&J CEO to testify at trial for first time on Baby Powder risks1/27/2020 3:59:03 PM Johnson & Johnson Chief Executive Officer Alex Gorsky was set to be called as a witness on Monday in what would be his first appearance in a jury trial over allegations that the company's Baby Powder causes cancer.
Accuser takes stand in Harvey Weinstein's rape trial1/27/2020 3:56:40 PM One of the women who Harvey Weinstein is charged with sexually assaulting took the witness stand on Monday in what is expected to be some of the most dramatic testimony in the former Hollywood producer's rape trial.
Aircraft crashes in central Afghan province1/27/2020 3:54:20 PM An aircraft crashed in central Afghanistan on Monday and authorities were trying to locate the wreckage in a mountainous area which is partly controlled by the Taliban, officials said.
Taliban says has brought down U.S. military plane in Afghanistan1/27/2020 3:54:20 PM The Taliban said it had shot down a U.S. military plane in the central Afghan province of Ghazni on Monday, killing all personnel on board.
Travel, tech stocks lead Wall St. lower as China virus fears mount1/27/2020 3:53:47 PM U.S. stocks fell more than 1% on Monday as investors worried about the economic fallout of the fast-spreading coronavirus outbreak in China that has prompted the country to extend the Lunar New Year holidays and businesses to close some operations.
Trump offers China 'any help' needed as coronavirus toll hits 811/27/2020 3:51:24 PM U.S. President Donald Trump offered China "any help that is necessary" on Monday to control a coronavirus outbreak in the central city of Wuhan that has killed 81 people and left tens of millions stranded during the biggest holiday of the year.
Italy's Salvini loses key regional vote, in relief for government1/27/2020 3:50:21 PM Italy's right-wing League leader Matteo Salvini failed to overturn decades of leftist rule in the northern region of Emilia-Romagna on Sunday in an election that brought relief to the embattled government.
Italy's Salvini loses 'aura of invincibility' in Emilia setback1/27/2020 3:50:21 PM Matteo Salvini's surprisingly clear defeat in a key regional election on Sunday brusquely halts what seemed an unstoppable rise for the Italian hard-right leader and disrupts his progress toward national power.
U.S. new home sales post third straight monthly decline1/27/2020 3:45:39 PM Sales of new U.S. single-family homes unexpectedly fell in December, likely held down by a shortage of more affordable homes, but the overall housing market remains supported by lower mortgage rates.
Beijing city reports first coronavirus death: state TV1/27/2020 3:35:59 PM China's capital Beijing reported its first death caused by the new coronavirus on Monday, the state television station CCTV said.
Violence escalates in Iraq as government pushes to end protests1/27/2020 3:22:14 PM Gunmen shot dead two protesters in Iraq's southern city of Nassiriya overnight and a Baghdad district became a battlefield on the third day of a drive by security forces to end months of demonstrations against the largely Iran-backed ruling elite.
'Increasingly likely' Republican senators to back call for Bolton to testify: Romney1/27/2020 3:21:53 PM U.S. Republican Senator Mitt Romney said on Monday that it was "increasingly likely" at least four Republican senators would join Democrats in calling for John Bolton, the former White House national security adviser, to testify in the Senate impeachment trial of U.S. President Donald Trump.
There's something else at stake in Trump impeachment: Control of Senate1/27/2020 3:20:51 PM President Donald Trump's impeachment trial may not result in his removal from office, but it could help determine whether his Republicans retain control of the Senate in the November congressional elections.
Factbox: Key U.S. senators in battle over Trump impeachment trial testimony1/27/2020 3:20:16 PM The U.S. Senate is holding an impeachment trial on charges by the House of Representatives that President Donald Trump abused his powers and obstructed a congressional inquiry into his effort to pressure Ukraine to investigate Democratic presidential contender Joe Biden.
Trump says U.S., China in close contact on coronavirus outbreak1/27/2020 3:15:05 PM U.S. President Donald Trump said on Monday the United States and China were in close contact regarding the newly identified coronavirus outbreak, which has infected thousands in more than 10 countries and killed at least 81.