President Trump Has Busy Schedule During First Overseas Trip

It's been more than a half-century since any president waited as long to take his first foreign trip. One version, obtained late Thursday, included edits with comments from an administration official, indicating it was still a work in progress.

High society: Pippa Middleton marries at almost-royal event

Matthews arrived shortly before his bride-to-be in formal wear. The bride enlisted the help of sister Kate and Prince William's adorable children, Prince George and Princess Charlotte . She also kept her look on-trend with the dusty rose color, which matched the ribbon around Princess Charlotte's waist. It has been claimed the wedding has cost more than £300,000.

Saudi Arabia intercepts Houthi missile

News of the alleged missile launch comes just hours before President Donald Trump is scheduled to arrive in Riyadh as part of his first overseas trip as president. Houthi rebels bombed a Saudi ship in late January. After two years of fighting, the conflict has displaced 3 million people, left almost 8,000 dead and injured more than 42,000.

Trump welcomed to Saudi Arabia as trouble swirls at home

The visit kicks off an ambitious worldwide debut for Trump. He travels to Israel and the Palestinian Territories on Monday and Tuesday, and then to the Vatican and to Brussels and Italy for North Atlantic Treaty Organisation and G7 meetings.

James Comey Will Testify in Open Session Before Senate Intelligence Committee

James Comey Will Testify in Open Session Before Senate Intelligence Committee

Former FBI director James Comey will testify publicly before the Senate Intelligence Committee at a date to be set after Memorial Day, committee leaders announced Friday night. Mr Trump has denied any collusion with Russian Federation, and called the investigation into his campaign the "single greatest witch hunt of a politician in American history".

UK Lib Dems put Brexit at center of manifesto

Tim Farron has denied the Liberal Democrats are being squeezed during the election campaign, as new polling suggests they are failing to gain ground. And a written United Kingdom constitution would include a provision that the Scottish Parliament can only be abolished "by the sovereign will of the Scottish people".