Reeling from the downfall of a senior aide, the White House was on the defensive Sunday, attempting to soften U.S. President Donald Trump's comments about the mistreatment of women while rallying around the embattled chief of staff.
CAPE TOWN: South Africa's president-in-waiting Cyril Ramaphosa admitted on Sunday (Feb 11) to "disunity and discord" in the ruling ANC party as the deadlocked effort to oust scandal-tainted President ... Read more
PYEONGCHANG, South Korea: When fast food chef Cha Gwen Sol added a one-million-won (US$920) "Flying Tomato" burger to the menu of his Pyeongchang restaurant as an Olympic gimmick, he never expected th ... Read more
White House advisers on Sunday tried to quash speculation that President Donald Trump may seek to replace Chief of Staff John Kelly over the handling of domestic abuse accusations against an aide who ... Read more
The doping scandal that keeps many Russian athletes from competing in top events, including the ongoing Winter Olympics, was just part of the West’s devious strategy against Moscow, Russia’s foreign m ... Read more