US indicts Russian intel officers ahead of Trump-Putin meet
Twelve Russian intelligence officers were charged on Friday with hacking Hillary Clinton's 2016 presidential campaign and the Democratic Party in a stunning indictment just three...
Accidental millionaires, political office holders
Politics in Nigeria has become a money-making venture rather than service. It has over the years become a huge industry. Observation from politics after Nigeria’s independence shows...
Clinton warns Australia on Chinese 'influence peddling'
Hillary Clinton warned Australia and other democracies Monday to be on guard against growing interference in their domestic politics by China and Russia.
Hillary Clinton updates social media page after session with Adichie
Following her promise to Chimamanda Adichie at the PEN World Voices Festival, former US secretary of State Hillary Clinton has updated her Twitter bio. This comes after the organizers of the 2018 PEN World Voices Festival, rated Nigerian writer, Chimamanda Adichie’s session as their most popular. Themed “Resist and Reimagine” the festival held on Sunday,…
Donald Trump vs the power of women
Hillary Clinton was denied the U.S. presidency despite winning the popular vote by a chasm of 3 million votes. The people’s mandate was sadly not enough to land her the presidency and enshrine her place in history as the first female U.S. president and leader of the free world.
Ex-FBI deputy McCabe, Trump target, fired days before retirement
Former FBI deputy director Andrew McCabe, who has endured a year of withering attacks from President Donald Trump, was fired by the Justice Department Friday just days before he was to retire.
Hillary Clinton fractures hand on India trip
Hillary Clinton has fractured her hand during a tour of India, reportedly slipping in a bathtub at a luxury hotel in a former palace.
Trump looks to US midterm elections in year-end tweets
US President Donald Trump tweeted right to the end of 2017 Sunday, boasting of his accomplishments in his turbulent first year in office and throwing down the gauntlet for the US midterm elections.
Trump says he feels 'very badly' for Flynn, points finger at Clinton
US President Donald Trump said Monday he "feels badly" for his former national security advisor Michael Flynn, who pleaded guilty last week to lying to the FBI, and lamented that his former rival Hillary Clinton "lied many times" and nothing happened.