Trump told top U.S. diplomat to not even bother talking to North Korea
Josh Curlee - Oct 02, 2017
President Trump tweeted Sunday that he told Secretary of State Rex Tillerson to not even bother trying to negotiate with North Korea. Meanwhile, Tillerson announced from China that three new channels for direct U.S.-North Korean negotiations are open if North Korea is willing to use them.
North Korea: President Trump declared war
Dirk Trudeau - Sep 27, 2017
White House spokeswoman Sarah Huckabee Sanders dismissed the notion that President Trump declared war on North Korea as "absurd."
North Korea says missile strike on United States is
Miriam Griffin - Sep 26, 2017
Ri said that his nation is reaching new milestones in nuclear weapon and missile development and is ready to defend itself if the United States tries to attack it.
Iran defies Trump with rollout of new ballistic missile
Kathy Fey - Sep 26, 2017
Rouhani's words on the missile program were a direct rebuttal to Presi.
Russians used Facebook to organize pro-Trump rallies
Ian Marsh - Sep 25, 2017
Facebook is under fire by lawmakers for allowing Russian propagandists to organize pro-Trump rallies on its social media platform.
Trump's tweets about London bombing are not helpful, says UK prime minister
Joyce Clark - Sep 16, 2017
President Trump has again irked UK Prime Minister Teresa May with tweets about terrorism in the UK. May criticized Trump Friday for claiming on Twitter that London police already knew who the attackers were and that they weren't proactive about going after them.
UN Security Council approves sanctions against North Korea
Harry Marcolis - Sep 13, 2017
According to U.S. officials, the new sanctions would cut North Korea's exports by 90 percent and the export ban would cost the country about $726 million annually.
Supreme Court temporarily restores Trump's travel ban on refugees
Chad Young - Sep 13, 2017
But refugees with formal assurances from resettlement agencies do not have the kind of bona fide connection to the U.S. that would exempt them from the travel ban, argued the Justice Department in its emergency filing with the Supreme Court.
Maryland judge orders investigation of lawyers who helped Hillary Clinton delete emails
Jeremy Morrow - Sep 13, 2017
Maryland Circuit Judge Paul Harris Jr. ordered his state bar to open an investigation Monday of the three lawyers who helped former Secretary of State Hilly Clinton delete her private emails.
FBI investigating Russian news agency for unlawfully acting as foreign agent
Ed Mason - Sep 13, 2017
On Sept 1, an FBI agent and a Justice Department national security lawyer questioned Feinberg for more than two hours regarding Sputnik's internal operations, editorial decisions, and sources of funding.
Myanmar rejects rebels' ceasefire offer, steps up counter-insurgency operations
Josh Curlee - Sep 11, 2017
Myanmar refused to accept a ceasefire offer Sunday from militant Rohingya forces, which had asked for a month-long pause in combat so that aid could arrive to displaced populations in the war-torn state of Rakhine.
U.S. seeks United Nations vote on tough sanctions against North Korea
Vicky Webb - Sep 11, 2017
The draft resolution also gives U.N. countries enhanced ability to stop ships on the high seas by allowing "nonconsensual inspections" of those believed to be violating sanctions.
Trump Jr. says he met with Russian lawyer to assess Clinton's 'fitness' for office
Cliff Mooneyham - Sep 11, 2017
The president's son also said he had meant to consult with his attorneys before using any information obtained from Ms. Veselnitskaya.
House intel chair threatens Attorney General and FBI chief over Trump Russia dossier
Joseph Scalise - Sep 08, 2017
The DOJ and FBI missed a September 1 deadline to hand over the documents, and Nunes has extended the deadline to September 14 but made clear that he will not extend it again.
EU court compels Eastern European nations to take in refugees
David Sims - Sep 08, 2017
The EU is following through on a 2015 agreement to distribute 120,000 new refugees among its member nations and has given every nation a minimum quota of refugees it must take in.
Trump to end 'Dreamer' program, with 6-month delay for Congress to act
Jackie Flores - Sep 06, 2017
It also made higher education more affordable and, most importantly, protected them from deportation.
UK owes EU money over Brexit, says German prime minister
Jose Jefferies - Aug 30, 2017
The United Kingdom will have to pay a settlement before it leaves the European Union, said Germany's prime minister, Angela Merkel, on Saturday.
U.S. issues travel warning for two of Mexico's top tourist spots
Jackie Flores - Aug 29, 2017
The popular resort city of Cancun, located in the state of Quintana Roo, recently has seen gun fights break out in the downtown area and five people were killed early this year at a nightclub in nearby Playa del Carmen.
Afghan war strategy falters as Trump declares 'we're losing'
Harry Marcolis - Aug 23, 2017
During the meeting, Trump suggested more than once that the current commander of U.S. forces in Afghanistan, Geg. John Nicholson, be fired because he is failing to win the war, a report in The New York Times said.
Lockheed Martin gets surge in missile-defense requests amid North Korea crisis
Paul Pate - Aug 11, 2017
Worldwide demand for missile-defense systems is surging, and the North Korea crisis may be a factor, Pentagon contractor Lockheed Martin told Reuters on Tuesday.