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 View of the new U.S. embassy in London seen here southwest across from a park on September 21, 2017. (Richard Bryant/Richard Bryant/arcaidimages.com)
View of the new U.S. embassy in London seen here southwest across from a park on September 21, 2017. (Richard Bryant/Richard Bryant/arcaidimages.com)
It is the most expensive embassy ever constructed.

The deputy attorney general told the House Judiciary Committee that he had not seen good cause to fire Mueller, who he said was “running his office appropriately.”

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Akayed Ullah, who is accused of detonating a pipe bomb in the New York City subway Monday, declared he acted on behalf of the Islamic State, authorities say.

It is a tacit acknowledgment that the secretary of state’s approach of limited engagement with employees, Congress and the media has only hurt him.

A program designed to enlist skilled immigrants has struggled for months to muster in new troops after it was suspended last December.

The “One Planet” summit sought ways to achieve global climate goals without a U.S. government role.

The document appears to contradict some Trump administration statements on climate change.

But the Russian president does not have an account, according to his spokesman.

Concerns about China’s covert influence are being felt from Canberra to Washington.

Chinese state media claimed a quest for 'likes' on live-streaming apps led to the man's fall.

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Putin's whirlwind tour of the region is a sign of the times.

Mr. Jenkins had been living in Japan with his wife since he was released in 2004.

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