Trump ordered hold on aid to Ukraine days before calling its leader, officials say

President Trump’s order to withhold aid to Ukraine a week before his July 25 call with Volodymyr Zelensky is likely to raise further questions about the exchange with Ukraine’s new leader and Trump's desire to see Joe Biden’s son investigated.

Trump turns U.N. into backdrop for attacks on Biden

President Trump used his meetings with heads of state at the United Nations to flay Joe Biden, celebrate his personal attorney’s altercations and tend to his media feuds.
Anti-Brexit supporters gather in the rain outside the Supreme Court in London on Tuesday. (AP)
Anti-Brexit supporters gather in the rain outside the Supreme Court in London on Tuesday. (AP)

Britain’s Supreme Court set to rule on Boris Johnson’s decision to suspend Parliament

Johnson’s critics say that the break — the longest since 1945 — was an attempt to thwart lawmakers’ ability to scrutinize the government’s Brexit plans ahead of Britain’s scheduled departure from the European Union on Oct. 31.

Whistleblower allegation against Trump revives the call for impeachment

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