The world should stand up to Washington's bullying behavior, Iran's foreign minister was quoted as saying on Sunday by state media in a letter to counterparts, as the top diplomat intensifies efforts to save a nuclear deal after a U.S. exit.
The horror of Trump's policy to separate migrant children gets worse when one considers the possibility that Trump is trying to criminalize the right to seek asylum.
The United States' closest allies attacked the Trump administratio for imposing tariffs on steel and aluminum imports and mounted challenges with the world's top trade body, fouling the mood at a G7 finance leaders meeting.
China warned the United States on Sunday that any agreements reached on trade and business between the two countries will be void if Washington implements tariffs and other trade measures, as the two ended their latest round of talks in Beijing.
U.S. Commerce Secretary Wilbur Ross will meet Chinese Vice Premier Liu He on Sunday, as officials from the world's two largest economies try to calm an escalating trade dispute that has rattled financial markets.
Trump's contraction may seem like small potatoes, but it's just part of the larger pattern of erratic behavior by this president.
U.S. President Donald Trump on Friday named Rear Admiral Douglas Fears as his homeland security and counterterrorism adviser on the National Security Council, the White House said.
A senior North Korean official met U.S. President Donald Trump on Friday at the White House to hand him a letter from North Korean leader Kim Jong Un, as the two countries try to put a derailed summit back on track.
In eight closely typed pages of documentation lodged at the World Trade Organization (WTO) in Geneva, the EU has set out 25-percent tariff increases that are in part aimed at hurting the electoral districts of some of President Donald Trump's allies.
The U.S. military has held preliminary discussions about moving a powerful missile defense system to Germany to boost European defenses, according to two sources familiar with the issue, a move that experts said could trigger fresh tensions with Moscow.
the same White House that was howling in outrage over a comedian today was reeling from an inner spat among top Trump aides that involved the word "b*tch."
Critics said the president was sending a message to people caught up in Special Counsel Robert Mueller's investigation into whether Trump's 2016 presidential campaign colluded with Russia, including his longtime private lawyer Michael Cohen, whose business dealings are separately under scrutiny in New York.
The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency has awarded tens of millions of dollars worth of biofuel blending credits for this year to refiners HollyFrontier and Sinclair Oi.
The United States on Thursday said it was moving ahead with tariffs on aluminum and steel imports from Canada, Mexico and the European Union, ending a two-month exemption and potentially setting the stage for a trade war with some of America's top allies.
U.S. President Donald Trump said he will grant a full pardon on Thursday to conservative commentator Dinesh D'Souza, who was sentenced in 2014 to five years of probation for federal campaign law violations.
Former Obama attorney general Eric Holder didn't hold back when criticizing the new Trump administration policy of separating families at the border.
Michael Avenatti continues to bury the White House in revelations that could spell the end of the Trump presidency.
First Lady Melania Trump, who went on The View to demand then President Barack Obama's long form birth certificate even though she herself immigrated here under what appear to be illegal terms, is quite miffed that the media would dare to speculate about her whereabouts and health.
U.S. regulators on Wednesday unveiled a proposal to ease rules reining in banks' risky trading, outlining changes that will cut compliance costs but stopping far short of allowing firms to return to their gambling days seen before the 2007-2009 financial crisis.
While cautioning that the estimate of 4,645 victims may be too low, the researchers said the numbers "underscore the inattention of the U.S. government to the frail infrastructure of Puerto Rico."