Congressional Democrats examine Erik Prince’s statements on 2017 Seychelles meeting for possible perjury
Nine days before Donald Trump took the oath of office, Erik Prince, the billionaire founder of the private military contractor Blackwater and a Trump ally, met in the Seychelles islands with a Russian financier close to Russian President Vladimir Putin.
Mountain climbers feared dead after avalanche on Canadian peak
Three elite mountain climbers — including one from the US — are feared dead after a massive avalanche at a Canadian national park this week, according to a new report. The climbers, part of the North Face Global Athlete team, include American Jess Roskelley and Austrians David Lama and Hansjorg Auer
GOP congressman climbs 'border' wall, doesn't actually make it to Mexico
GOP Rep. Duncan Hunter is facing backlash for pretending to cross the U.S.-Mexico border — something his Democratic opponent says would have violated the terms of the congressman's parole stemming from federal charges of misusing campaign funds.
U.S. authorities make first arrest in mysterious raid of North Korea’s Embassy in Spain
U.S. authorities have made the first arrest related to the mysterious raid of North Korea’s Embassy in Spain in which masked assailants tied up staff, stole computers and fled to the United States, according to two people familiar with the matter.
A dash of stimulus helps stabilize China's wobbly economy
China was a frequent topic of discussion at the International Monetary Fund (IMF)/World Bank spring meetings held April 12-14 in Washington. The IMF marked down the 2019 growth forecasts for every major economy except China. The forecast for the U.S. was reduced 0.2 percentage points, to 2.3 percent