China has called Meng Wanzhou’s arrest “an abuse of the extradition agreement” after reports the US will formally lodge an extradition request with Canada.
- by Kirsty Needham
Democrats are increasingly optimistic about their chances of defeating Donald Trump in 2020. But the huge number of likely candidates is causing anxiety.
- by Matthew Knott
For people who have done business with the President, the fight over the shutdown reflects a time-tested playbook.
- by Russ Buettner & Maggie Haberman
Kamala Harris, the daughter of parents from Jamaica and India, is one of the earliest high-profile Democrats to join what is expected to be a crowded field.
- by Juana Summers
The President has been adamant about securing $US5.7 billion in public money to construct his long-promised border wall, but he has not won over congressional Democrats.
- by Philip Rucker and Josh Dawsey
Vice President Mike Pence quoted from King's "I Have a Dream" speech as he defended Trump's latest pitch to secure funding for a barrier along the US border.
- by Kristine Phillips
Trump was involved in discussions to build a skyscraper in Moscow throughout the entire 2016 presidential campaign, his personal lawyer said on Sunday.
Nancy Pelosi is winning her showdown with President Donald Trump for one simple reason: She knows how to do her job better than he knows how to do his.
- by Doyle McManus
What do spider webs sound like? If you've never considered the question, don't stress: Scientists and musicians have.
- by Erin Blakemore
Trump's lawyer Rudy Giuliani left open the possibility that Trump and ex-attorney Michael Cohen might have discussed Cohen's congressional testimony.