U.S. President Donald Trump said on Thursday North Korea was blowing up four of its big test sites and that a process of "total denuclearization ... has already started," but officials said there was no such evidence since a landmark summit last week.
On Wednesday in Duluth, Trump supporters again proved that they would happily follow this president off a cliff if he asked them.
It also comes as the United States faces intense criticism for detaining children separated from their immigrant parents at the U.S.-Mexico border. U.N. High Commissioner for Human Rights Zeid Ra'ad al-Hussein on Monday called on Washington to halt its "unconscionable" policy.
The United States withdrew from the U.N. Human Rights Council on Tuesday after no other countries "had the courage to join our fight" to reform the "hypocritical and self-serving" body, said U.S. Ambassador to the United Nations Nikki Haley.
China gave Trump $500 million to get rid of the ZTE sanctions, but the Senate voted to reimpose the sanctions 85-10 as part of the must-pass NDAA legislation.
Syrian state media said on Monday that U.S.-led coalition aircraft had bombed a Syrian army position near the Iraqi border, causing deaths and injuries, but the U.S. military denied it was responsible.
The only reason Trump stuck to the originally planned summit schedule is that he knew he would get wall-to-wall media coverage.
Contrast Trump's rhetoric toward dictators with his treatment of American allies, and it becomes even more startling.
North Korean state media lauded on Wednesday the summit between Kim Jong Un and Donald Trump as a resounding success, highlighting concessions by the U.S. president and the prospect of a new era of peace and prosperity on the Korean peninsula.
Republicans are at each other's throats after Trump made a side deal with Kim Jong-un to end US military activities on the Korean Peninsula.
OTTAWA (Reuters) – Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau declined to comment on Tuesday when asked if he accepted an apology from White House trade adviser Peter Navarro, but Trade Minister Francois-Philippe Champagne said personal feelings or comments are not important in diplomacy.
Nearly 1,800 immigrant families were separated at the U.S.-Mexico border from October 2016 through February of this year, according to a senior government official, as President Donald Trump implemented stricter border enforcement policies.
President Donald Trump and North Korean leader Kim Jong Un at the Capella Hotel on Sentosa island in Singapore and more pictures.
Trump's treatment of Kim Jong Un, a man running a repressive and murderous regime, stands in stark contrast to his treatment of America's closest allies.
For decades, presidents of both parties refused to give North Korea what it wanted: legitimacy. Trump just gave it to them.
Trump threw a fit as his empty North Korea summit is turning out not to be the hit that he thought it would be.
Canada's House of Commons on Monday unanimously condemned the personal attacks on Prime Minister Justin Trudeau by U.S. President Donald Trump and his surrogates as the famously polite nation simmered over the weekend broadsides by its U.S. ally.
British Prime Minister Theresa May said Russia would not be invited back to join the Group of Seven nations until it stops interfering in the affairs of other countries, rebuffing calls from U.S. President Donald Trump for Moscow to return to group.