Trump expected to remove DHS head, may replace chief of staff: source

U.S. President Donald Trump is expected to remove U.S. Department of Homeland Security Secretary Kirstjen Nielsen and is considering replacing his chief of staff, John Kelly, a source close to the White House said on Tuesday....

U.S. settles antitrust charges with six broadcast companies

The U.S. Justice Department has settled antitrust charges with Sinclair Broadcast Group, Tribune Media Co and four other broadcast companies accused of sharing competitively sensitive information with rivals, the department said on Tuesday....

Brexit divorce deal text agreed by EU and UK as opponents cry foul

The European Union and Britain have agreed a draft text of a Brexit withdrawal agreement and Prime Minister Theresa May will present it to her senior ministers on Wednesday, after more than a year of tortuous negotiations....

Amazon picks New York City and Virginia for $5 billion new headquarters

Amazon.com Inc picked America's financial and political capitals for its split new headquarters, saying on Tuesday it will build offices for more than 25,000 people each in New York City and close by Washington, D.C....

Maryland goes to court to challenge Trump's attorney general pick

The state of Maryland launched a court challenge on Tuesday to the legality of President Donald Trump's appointment of Matthew Whitaker as acting U.S. attorney general, saying the president overstepped his constitutional authority and broke federal law....

UK Labour will vote against Brexit deal if fails to meet tests: Corbyn

Britain's main opposition Labour Party will vote against any Brexit agreement that does not meet its tests, and doubts that the deal will be good for the country, leader Jeremy Corbyn said on Tuesday....

'Lame-duck' Congress returns, facing budget, Mueller, border wall issues

The U.S. Congress returns on Tuesday for a post-election "lame-duck" session, facing a funding deadline to prevent a partial government shutdown, as well as demands for protections for Special Counsel Robert Mueller and money for a proposed U.S.-Mexico border wall....

Warnings of a 'domino effect' of protectionism as Asian leaders meet

Asian leaders gathered for a summit on Tuesday amid warnings that the post-World War Two international order is in jeopardy and trade tensions between Washington and Beijing could trigger a "domino effect" of protectionist measures by other countries....

Government's days are numbered if Brexit deal is as reported: UK Conservative lawmaker

The British government is in danger of collapse if the terms of an agreement on the country's exit from the European Union are as reported, Conservative eurosceptic lawmaker Iain Duncan Smith said on Tuesday....

UK Labour say unlikely May's Brexit deal is right for Britain

Prime Minister Theresa May is unlikely to have negotiated the right Brexit deal for Britain, the opposition Labour party's Brexit spokesman said on Tuesday, adding that he needed to see details of the withdrawal agreement....

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