A few frequently asked questions
The secretary of state said that the military option is on the table with Pyongyang, but talks are not.
A collection of Recep Tayyip Erdogan's limited range of insults
The president railed against intelligence leaks and lambasted the media.
President Trump is not the first to make this claim.
A timeline of the events that led to the national-security adviser’s resignation
President Trump is said to be “unbelievably disappointed” with the agreement.
Sean Spicer’s response to the State Department officials: “They should get with the program or they should go.”
The Trump administration appears to have reversed the ban on green-card holders from seven predominantly Muslim countries.
All admissions would be stopped for 120 days; Syrians would be banned.
The phrase used by President Trump has been linked to anti-Semitism during World War II.
Tulsi Gabbard, a Hawaii congresswoman, has a worldview that aligns closely with President-elect Trump’s.
Theresa May tries to explain.
The president-elect described NATO as “obsolete,” called the EU “basically a vehicle for Germany,” and said other countries would follow the UK's lead and leave the bloc.
The former Iranian president who died Sunday was viewed as a reformer in a country where conservatives have held political sway since the 1979 Islamic revolution.
Did Moscow influence the U.S. election? Who else has been hacked? Could the CIA be wrong?
President Obama said the expulsion of 35 diplomats and the measures against intelligence agencies are “not the sum total” of the U.S. response to Russian hacking.
Russia and Turkey say Syrian government forces and rebels will begin a truce at midnight on December 30. Other details are thin.
Remarks by the nominee for secretary of state reveal a pragmatic executive whose views often appear to diverge from Donald Trump’s.
Michigan recall halted, Indonesian quake toll rises, and more from the United States and around the world.