After experiencing the worst jihadist attack anywhere in Europe in 2004, the country had seemed largely immune—until Thursday.
"It’s unfortunate that the strategy review has taken so long and now has become involved in a political debate over what America’s role in the world should be."
President Trump responded quickly to a terrorist attack in Barcelona, but waited to condemn the one in Charlottesville.
The incident is the latest in a European city in which a van was used.
The White House chief strategist said he was aiming to replace experts at the State and Defense departments.
Signs of a conflict with the U.S. may have been overblown.
The president of the United States isn’t just “very thankful” for Putin. His list of accolades ranges from Turkey’s leader to the Philippines president.
In his starkest terms yet, the U.S. president again threatened North Korea, but added he hoped Kim Jong Un “will find another path!”
The president said his earlier remarks about “fire and fury” were not “tough enough.”
There are claims the system was hacked, an election official was mysteriously killed, though the voting itself was peaceful.
How reassuring can Rex Tillerson be when his boss can undercut him with a tweet?
The U.S. territory is home to large military bases, and occupies a strategic place between the Korean Peninsula and the South China Sea.
A new intelligence estimate reportedly says Pyongyang has a miniaturized nuclear warhead. President Trump said any threat to the U.S. “will be met with fire and fury like the world has never seen.”
Will the latest UN action be different?
Multiple previous rounds have not changed Pyongyang’s behavior. Will this time be different?
The U.S. economy added 209,000 jobs last month and the unemployment rate fell to 4.3 percent.
President Trump called it a “great investment in American manufacturing.”
The country is still dangerous nearly 17 years after the U.S.-led ouster of the Taliban regime.
The president has been mum on Russia’s expulsion of U.S. diplomats. The secretary of state has reportedly declined funds to fight Moscow’s propaganda.
The new head of the Labour Party was asked on TV whether her plan to have children would interfere with her being prime minister.