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SYDNEY (Reuters) - The Solomon Islands government says a deal signed by one of its provinces to lease the entire island of Tulagi to a Chinese company is unlawful and should be terminated.
WASHINGTON (Reuters) - The United States is committed to reinforcing its military position in Syria with additional assets to prevent oilfields from being taken over by remnants of the Islamic State militant group or others, a U.S. defence official said on Thursday.
WASHINGTON (Reuters) - White House officials are discussing the possibility of bringing in a specialist to handle communications involving the Democrats' impeachment inquiry as Republican officials clamour to defend President Donald Trump, sources familiar with the effort said on Thursday.
(Reuters) - The largest field of Democratic presidential candidates in the modern U.S. political era got a bit smaller on Thursday when U.S. Representative Tim Ryan dropped out of the race, after failing to gain traction in opinion polls.
WASHINGTON (Reuters) - U.S. Republican Senator Lindsey Graham said on Thursday that the White House is working on messaging on the House of Representatives probe into whether President Donald Trump should be impeached, and later tweeted that he meant they are developing a strategy.
WASHINGTON (Reuters) - Democratic presidential candidate Bernie Sanders, a longtime proponent of legalized marijuana, promised on Thursday that in his first 100 days in the White House he would issue an executive order directing the drug be removed from the list of controlled federal substances.
WASHINGTON (Reuters) - A top Democratic senator on Thursday questioned whether President Donald Trump interfered with a criminal investigation of Turkey's Halkbank, which has been accused of conspiring to evade U.S. sanctions against Iran.
WASHINGTON (Reuters) - Republican lawmakers on Wednesday stormed a hearing room at the U.S. House of Representatives where a Pentagon official was to testify in the impeachment probe of President Donald Trump, yelling that it was unfair and violated Trump's rights.
WASHINGTON (Reuters) - Republicans on Thursday pressed their campaign to discredit the Democratic-led impeachment inquiry against U.S. President Donald Trump by introducing a U.S. Senate resolution that called the process unfair but said nothing about Trump's conduct in his dealings with Ukraine.