Trump backs away from terminating NAFTA and more from the United States and around the world.
South Korea said the Trump administration reconfirmed its commitment to foot the bill, contradicting what the president said days earlier.
The Philippines president has encouraged thousands of extrajudicial killings, even bragged about murdering three men himself.
The site reportedly refused to remove an entry saying the country had ties to terrorist organizations.
An apparently failed missile launch comes just days after the U.S. deployed a missile-defense system to the Korean peninsula.
The agency says it’s stopping the controversial practice of collecting Americans’ emails that mention foreign intelligence targets.
The Army Rangers were struck during an operation targeting ISIS militants in Nangarhar province.
Is the U.S. ready for war? Does it want talks? Officials are sending mixed messages.
The death of Kenneth Williams marks the last in a series of lethal injections the state carried out before its execution drug expired.
The social platform says it has a problem with government-run efforts to manipulate public opinion.
President Trump, in an interview with Reuters, also said while he would “love to solve things diplomatically … it’s very difficult.”
It is the latest in a string of allegations following the bank's fake-account scandal.
New presidents often err by either trying to impose their will on Congress or being too hands-off. Trump is on course to commit both errors on his top two legislative priorities.
Protesters entered parliament after lawmakers elected an ethnic-Albanian politician as speaker.
They were killed in an operation targeting ISIS militants in Nangarhar province, where the U.S. this month dropped the “mother of all bombs.”
New documents show Michael Flynn was warned in 2014 that he needed to get permission before taking any money from foreign governments.
The airline issued a series of policy changes after a passenger was dragged off a flight.
U.S. deploys an anti-missile defense system to South Korea, mass arrests in Turkey, and more from the United States and around the world.
The president has softened some of his tough talk toward China and Mexico, transferring it to Canada and disputes over softwood lumber and dairy products.
Just as Republicans pined for their old foe Bill Clinton during the Obama years, Trump has made Nancy Pelosi and some members of her party nostalgic for the 43rd president.
A double execution in Arkansas, North Korea stages live-fire drills, and more from the United States and around the world.