Trump, Moon agree 'actions, not words, will be the key to achieving' denuclearization of Korean peninsula, White House says
The newspaper said that Trump is discussing potential replacements for McMaster, but is willing to take his time because he wants to avoid humiliating him as well as to have a successor ready.
Known for his free-market stance, television host criticized Trump's tariff plan like his predecessor
Committee Republicans break with intelligence committee, say alleged Russian meddling was not meant to help Trump
American president cites national security considerations in decision
Trump announced the talks on Twitter as a burgeoning trade row over new US tariffs on steel and aluminum heated up over the weekend.
The duties of 25 percent on imported steel and 10 percent on aluminum have stung the EU, along with other major partners including Japan, and European Trade Commissioner Cecilia Malmstroem said earlier Washington had failed to clarify how its allies could be spared.
Trump's first trip to California as president, on Tuesday, comes at a time of high tensions between his Republican administration and the Democratic-leaning most populous US state, especially on immigration issues.
The state will also award $1.4 billion for 26 renewable projects to generate clean energy and reduce emissions
French economy minister will assess affect on industries with EU partners and then respond
Foreign Ministry spokesman describes planned meeting as ‘positive message’
New tariff order carves out exceptions for Canada, Mexico and possibly other countries
Trump agrees to hold the talks by May, according to the South Korea national security adviser
Kristalina Georgieva said Trump should "assess the implications" before going ahead with a plan that has sparked fears of a trade war with China and Europe and spooked world markets.
Leaked emails obtained by BBC reveal United Arab Emirates-linked businessman lobbied to sack U.S. Secretary of State
Netanyahu made the comment late Saturday before boarding a flight to the United States.
'There can not be a deal by telling Palestinians you have nothing,' London panel hears
Wang Yi made the comments in an interview with China Business Journal on the sidelines of the Chinese People's Political Consultative Conference, a top advisory body opening its annual national session in Beijing over the weekend.
Foreign Minister Gabriel urges US administration to reconsider plans, warns over international trade conflict
French, US presidents urge Russia to exert maximum pressure on Syrian regime
German chancellor and US president call on Syrian regime, Russia to stop bombings, allow humanitarian access