How Saraki saved Buhari from impeachment
For not seeking National Assembly’s approval before withdrawing $496million used for the purchase of aircraft from the United States, some senators have called for President Muhammadu Buhari’s impeachment.
Can the courtroom save the planet?
The planet may have found its newest and perhaps greatest ally: the law. In the past three years, the number of climate-related lawsuits across the world has tripled. In 2017, there were 900 cases in 24 countries, two thirds of them in the United States.
Europe has 'arsenal of weapons' to respond to Trump's tariffs - EU's Moscovici
Europe wants to avoid a trade war with the United States over its plans to impose tariffs on steel and aluminium, but is preparing immediate counter-measures just in case, European Financial Affairs Commissioner Pierre Moscovici told BFM TV.
Gun Control in the United States: Will the Florida shooting be the turning point?
The latest Florida shooting resulted in 17 deaths and shook the corridors of power in Washington. Donald Trump is now talking about reviewing who is allowed to buy certain types of guns. Will this be a turning point in the United States? Also, the balance of power is shifting in Syria as Assad backs the Kurds against Turkish forces in Afrin.
Tillerson criticizes Russia over Syria weapon use
U.S. Secretary of State Rex Tillerson said on Saturday the United States believed it was Russia's responsibility to curb Syria's use of chemical weapons. Speaking at a news conference in Poland, Tillerson stood by his earlier comments that the Russia-backed Syrian government may still be using chemical weapons against its own people following a suspected chlorine attack in a rebel enclave in Eastern Ghouta.
Trump to seek $25 billion for border wall, open to 'Dreamer' citizenship
President Donald Trump on Wednesday previewed his outline for an immigration bill that he will promote next week, saying he wants $25 billion to build a border wall and is open to granting citizenship to "Dreamer" immigrants brought to the United States as children.
Deep freeze in U.S. claims four lives
Four people died over the long New Year's weekend as a record-shattering Arctic freeze kept its grip on much of the eastern United States.
A numbing cold wave grips the U.S.
The torrent of arctic air that poured into many parts of the United States this week tightened its grip on Saturday and brought record cold to some spots.
North Korea likely to pursue talks, and nukes, South says
South Korea predicted on Tuesday that North Korea would look to open negotiations with the United States next year in an optimistic outlook for 2018, even as Seoul set up a specialised military team to confront nuclear threats from the North.