Alex Jones, the firebrand Infowars host and conspiracy peddler, says in a sworn deposition in a defamation case that his false statements after the Sandy Hook killings were caused by a “psychosis.”
Beto O’Rourke will cap off the first two weeks of his presidential campaign with his first major rallies, billing three Saturday events in Texas as the official launch of his bid for the Democratic nomination.
A least four of the major Democratic candidates will gather for an event billed as a way for the party to reconnect with rural voters. “If you ain’t there, you’re square,” editor Art Cullen says.
Jakelin Caal, a 7-year-old Guatemalan migrant who died in U.S.
Projects under intelligence and defence partnership between US and Saudi on hold after killing, writes columnist.
Attorney General William Barr has said that by mid-April he would release the highly anticipated report of Robert Mueller. He should have a good explanation prepared for any redactions made when the report gets released.
Lawmakers will try to agree on Monday on an alternative Brexit plan that could command majority cross-party support.
The Supreme Court on Thursday stayed the execution of a Texas inmate who had been a practicing Buddhist for about 10 years and whose request to have his Buddhist spiritual adviser accompany him inside the execution chamber had been denied.
Before Ukraine’s presidential election on Sunday, voters speak to Al Jazeera about which way they will vote and why.
A Democratic lawmaker on Friday said that he’s worried the White House will attempt to claim executive privilege to halt the release of Robert Mueller’s report on the findings of his special counsel investigation.