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Brexit Turmoil Grips UK Amid Leadership Squabbles
British politicians experienced a weekly address in Parliament like no other, with a prime minister who is stepping down and an opposition leader whose own party is trying to force him out. A majority of Labour Party members of Parliament (MPs) have backed a motion of no-confidence in their leader
European Court Takes Step Toward Judgment in Berlusconi Case
The European Court of Human Rights has taken a first step toward issuing a judgment over the treatment of Italy's flamboyant ex-Premier Silvio Berlusconi, who was ousted from parliament in 2013 following a tax fraud conviction
Bernie Sanders Campaign Staffer Fired for Allegedly Accessing Campaign Data
The staffer is accused of tapping into Hillary Clinton's confidential campaign database.
In the House With 'Alpha House'
Much to the delight of fans and all new season of Amazon studios breakout comedy series alpha house. It's finally here and if you haven't check it out here issues to sample. Of what you've been missing. We are we can't. You're on New Jersey avenue at a southwest dry. Yeah. I'll go first about the
A Look At Vladimir Putin's 'Bromances' With World Leaders
Vladimir Putin and his political allies may not be making any new friends in the West, but his bromance with former German Chancellor Gerhard Schroeder appears to still be going strong. The former leader celebrated his 70th birthday at a bash in St. Petersburg on Monday night, where he was
Funding Showdown Hits Your 401(k)
Morning Money Memo… The fight over funding the government could take a bite out of your 401(k). Wall Street is really starting to worry about the threatened government shutdown tomorrow – and far worse would be what may happen next month if the government defaults...
5 Living U.S. Presidents Unite for Bush-43 Presidential Library Dedication
Jimmy Carter, Bill Clinton and George H.W. Bush join Bush-43 and President Obama for ceremony.
Bush Revisits His Legacy at Library Opening
George W. Bush's legacy has officially been enshrined in Dallas. At a warm bipartisan gathering of all five living U.S. presidents, foreign dignitaries, and former administration officials at Southern Methodist University on Thursday, the 43rd president welcomed the opening of his library and
Scandalous Comebacks: Politicians Bounce Back
After a strange disappearance and an extramarital affair with an Argentinean reporter, disgraced former South Carolina Gov. Mark Sanford emerged victorious from Tuesday's Republican House primary run-off, proving that a political comeback is still possible. ABC News takes a look at other