Our political leaders had better be careful who we are listening to on the disappearance of Washington Post journalist Jamal Khashoggi.
Mexico sent federal police to its southern border Wednesday with a warning that they will detain and deport any members of a highly publicized migrant caravan who try to enter the country without a visa.
The Chinese have attempted to spy on some 30 U.S. companies, the White House says, also warning that Beijing is meddling with U.S. elections.
The United States reached a trade deal with Mexico and Canada late Sunday night, providing President Donald Trump a crucial win as he has long promised to renegotiate the pact. All three countries voiced support for the new deal, called the United States-Mexico-Canada Agreement, or USMCA.
President Donald Trump defended the sovereignty of America — and every other country — before the 73rd United Nations General Assembly on Tuesday, in his second address to the world body. Here are the top takeaways from Trump’s speech.
“The United States will use any means necessary to protect our citizens, and those of our allies, from unjust prosecution by this illegitimate court. We will not cooperate with the ICC. We will provide no assistance to the ICC. We will not join the ICC. We will let the ICC die on its own,” Bolton said.
In his interview Wednesday with Hewitt, Kerry confirmed previous reports that he met with Iranian officials. Those reports prompted Trump in May to charge Kerry of conducting “shadow diplomacy.”
President Donald Trump called a new, preliminary deal with Mexico “the U.S.-Mexico Trade Agreement,” announcing Monday that he had kept a campaign promise to terminate the North American Free Trade Agreement.
A foreign manufacturer of solar panels will be opening a new facility in the United States, making it the first new plant to operate since President Trump enacted tariffs on solar imports
Why, after Trump’s improbable election win, are only Trump campaign associates being indicted by the U.S. political and judicial establishment?
President Donald Trump exercised his penchant for infuriating the professional foreign policy commentariat on Tuesday, when he expressed doubts about the wisdom of committing U.S. forces to the defense NATO’s newest member.