State Dept. spokesman says Washington now considering request by Ankara for extradition of FETO leader facing coup charges
US Vice President has departed Latvia, but not before assuring a pledge of support for NATO allies and slamming Trump, saying that he should not be taken seriously
Adil Oksuz donated $5,000 to Clinton two years ago via a fictitious company, USA Today report says
'We continue to strongly support the democratic government of our allies in Turkey,' White House says
A US judge has ordered the review of 15,000 emails that have been found by the FBI with the State Dept. has 1 month to provide an update on how many emails reviewed
Giving Clinton $3-4M might seem like a lot, but this is peanuts in terms of her total campaign, says Turkish-US businessman
"You're living in poverty, your schools are no good, you have no jobs. What do you have to lose?"
The Syrian American Council has written an open letter to US President Barack Obama, calling for the cessation of all Russian bombardments in Syria
‘I have to think Mr. Gulen had his own abi, his own big brother guiding him,’ says Robert Amsterdam
Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump received his first intelligence briefing in New York Wednesday — a standard procedure for major party presidential nominees.
US President Barack Obama will visit Louisiana with the announcement comes shortly after Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump implies Obama would rather be playing golf
Ex Navy SEAL Matt Bissonnette will pay the US government some $6.8 million in book royalties and speaking fees
Paul Manafort, campaign chairman for Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump, has resigned just two months after taking the helm.
"In Hillary Clinton's America, the system stays rigged against Americans," claims the $4.8 million ad, which is being aired in the battleground states of Florida, North Carolina, Ohio and Pennsylvania.
Trip to Laos will be first for a sitting US president
Donald Trump marked the relaunch of his struggling presidential campaign with an apology
The federal government will end the use of the controversial private prisons
The chief of Chicago police has said he will recommend the firing of seven police officers accused of filing false reports over the fatal shooting of an unarmed black teenager, Laquan McDonald two years ago
Fresh details of alleged secret payments allocated for Paul Manafort by the pro-Russian party of Ukraine’s former president have emerged after 12 itemised regime accounting entries, totalling $7.61 million, were obtained by The Times.
Statement comes after RCMP shoot ISIL supporter dead
Steve Bannon, a Breitbart News executive once described by Bloomberg as the “most dangerous political operative in America”, will take the helm of Donald Trump's election campaign