Iran will send the black box flight recorders from the Ukrainian jetliner that it accidentally shot down last week to Ukraine for further analysis, an Iranian official said Saturday.
In our news wrap Friday, Iran's Ayatollah Ali Khamenei lashed out at the U.S. amid new unrest in his country. He addressed Friday prayers for the first time in eight years, telling crowds the U.S. is lying when it says…
By Matthew Lee, Associated Press
In interviews with conservative radio hosts, Pompeo said he had no knowledge of the allegations until earlier this week when congressional Democrats released documents from an associate of President Donald Trump's personal attorney suggesting that Marie Yovanovitch was being watched.
President Trump’s impeachment trial, only the third such proceeding in U.S. history, opened in the Senate Thursday. Chief Justice John Roberts and 99 senators were sworn in to their official trial roles. Meanwhile, new evidence related to Trump’s Ukraine policy…
By Jill Lawless, Associated Press
After a meeting in London, foreign ministers from Canada, the U.K., Afghanistan, Sweden and Ukraine urged Iran to allow a “thorough, independent and transparent international investigation," as well as a criminal probe and "impartial" judicial proceedings against those found responsible…
By Andrew Taylor, Zeke Miller, Associated Press
The Government Accountability Office says the White House Office of Management and Budget violated the law in holding up the assistance.
By Yuras Karmanau, Associated Press
The Interior Ministry also said it has invited the FBI to take part in the investigation.
By Mary Clare Jalonick, Eric Tucker, Associated Press
A House committee chairman says his panel will investigate what he says are "profoundly alarming" text messages that have raised questions about the possible surveillance of former Ambassador to Ukraine Marie Yovanovitch before she was ousted by the Trump administration…
By Frank Bajak, Associated Press
Russian agents launched a phishing campaign in early November to steal the login credentials of employees of Burisma Holdings, according to a Silicon Valley company that specializes in e-mail security.
By Rob Gillies, Associated Press
Canada's Transportation Safety Board said Monday that Iranian officials have invited it to participate in analysis of the voice and flight data recorders from the Ukrainian jetliner shot down by a missile that killed 176 people including 57 Canadians.
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