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Brexit: Trump says May's Brexit plan could hurt UK-US trade deal
Donald Trump has suggested Theresa May's Brexit agreement could threaten a US-UK trade deal.
US warns Russia 'outlaw' actions in Ukraine jeopardize ties
The United States on Monday (Nov 26) warned Russia that 'outlaw actions' like the seizure of Ukrainian ships in the Sea of Azov are preventing normal relations from developing between Washington and Moscow.
Ukraine introduces martial law citing threat of Russian invasion
Ukraine on Monday imposed martial law for 30 days in parts of the country most vulnerable to an attack from Russia after President Petro Poroshenko warned of the 'extremely serious' threat of a land invasion.
Russia warns US against deploying new missiles to Europe
A senior Russian diplomat has warned that the planned U.S. withdrawal from a Cold War-era arms control pact could critically upset stability in Europe.
'Russian Aggression' Heightens Tensions as Russia Seizes Ukrainian Ships
Six Ukrainian seamen were hurt in the naval incident which took place near Crimea, a Ukrainian province which Russia seized back in 2014.
Researchers split on breakthrough gene-edited human babies
The announcement that a Chinese researcher had successfully delivered the first genetically edited human babies was met with both celebration and condemnation in a contentious debate over the ethics of modifying DNA to influence the human gene pool.
Friedman says peace U.S. plan will be released when ‘time is ripe’
The US 'remains committed to sharing its vision for peace with Israel, the Palestinians and other regional and international stakeholders at the appropriate time,' US Ambassador David Friedman said on Monday.
Inside the United States
DHS chief claims 600 convicted criminals are hiding in migrant caravans
More than 600 members of the 10,000 migrants traveling from Central America to the U.S. are convicted criminals, the country's top security official said Monday evening.
CDC investigating 286 reports of polio-like condition
The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention is investigating 286 possible cases of a polio-like condition called acute flaccid myelitis, including 116 confirmed ones in 31 states, the agency said Monday.