Senate Republicans are wrestling with a momentous dilemma over whether to call witnesses in Donald Trump's trial in a closed-door tussle that risks antagonizing the President and fueling Democrat claims of a cover-up.
Ever since details from John Bolton's manuscript leaked to The New York Times, it seemed like it would be the smoking gun that would push Republicans to at least entertain the idea of hearing from witnesses like Bolton at President Donald Trump's Senate trial, if not ultimately support removing Trump from office.
Senate Minority Leader Chuck Schumer on Tuesday said there are 10 to 12 Senate Republicans "who know in their hearts" there should be witnesses and documents in President Donald Trump's Senate impeachment trial ahead of a looming vote later this week.
Atari might be best known for 1970s video games and its money problems, but now the brand is opening its own chain of branded hotels. The first one, in Phoenix, Arizona, will start construction in early fall, and should be finished in about two years.
The British government said Tuesday that it will allow China's Huawei to help build the country's next generation of super-fast wireless networks, a decision that could undermine trade and intelligence ties with the United States.