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Two World Pillars Skirt Trump’s Fury — For Now

Two World Pillars Skirt Trump’s Fury — For Now

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12 Burning Questions About the Trump-Kim Summit, Answered

12 Burning Questions About the Trump-Kim Summit, Answered

The meeting of the two world leaders on Tuesday left many open questions.
Trump Says North Korea Poses No Nuclear Threat, Despite Weapons

Trump Says North Korea Poses No Nuclear Threat, Despite Weapons

President Donald Trump declared that North Korea no longer posed a nuclear threat, even though Kim Jong Un hasn’t committed to a timetable for giving up his regime’s weapons.
Spain Fires Real Madrid-Bound Coach on Eve of World Cup

Spain Fires Real Madrid-Bound Coach on Eve of World Cup

The Spanish soccer federation fired national coach Julen Lopetegui on the eve of the World Cup for agreeing to join Real Madrid after the tournament.
Senators Seek Probe of SEC Member Who Assailed Citi's Gun Stance

Senators Seek Probe of SEC Member Who Assailed Citi's Gun Stance

Six Senate Democrats are asking the Securities and Exchange Commission’s internal watchdog to investigate a Republican commissioner who berated Citigroup Inc. executives in a private meeting over the
Venezuelan Autocrat Maduro Attempts a Public Relations Coup

Venezuelan Autocrat Maduro Attempts a Public Relations Coup

After winning re-election in a vote derided as a sham, Venezuelan President Nicolas Maduro is embarking on a more difficult task: persuading everyone who labeled him a ruthless autocrat that he’s
A British Plumber May Show <span>Uber</span> the Future of Employment

A British Plumber May Show <span>Uber</span> the Future of Employment

A British plumber may show Uber Technologies Inc. the future of employment.
The IMF Is Doing Just Fine in the Age of Trump

The IMF Is Doing Just Fine in the Age of Trump

The G-7 summit was a horror-show for globalists. The same week, there was some brighter news.
Nevada Pimp Wins Republican State Assembly Primary

Nevada Pimp Wins Republican State Assembly Primary

Pimp Dennis Hof, the owner of half a dozen legal brothels in Nevada and star of the HBO adult reality series "Cathouse," won a Republican primary for the state Legislature on Tuesday, ousting a
May Dodges Brexit Rebellion

May Dodges Brexit Rebellion

Theresa May has narrowly escaped a Brexit bill defeat after promising concessions to rebels in her own party. The U.K. prime minister has reassured pro-EU members of her conservative party that she
South Africa Police Surrounding Five Power Plants After Protests

South Africa Police Surrounding Five Power Plants After Protests

South African police surrounded five power plants in the country after protesters tried to block employees from arriving for night shifts after the utility refused to increase pay.
North Korea Says Trump Agreed to Lift Sanctions After Meeting

North Korea Says Trump Agreed to Lift Sanctions After Meeting

North Korean leader Kim Jong Un said Donald Trump offered to lift sanctions against his regime when they met Tuesday in Singapore, state media reported, a claim that contrasts with the U.S.
Turkey’s Election Is Too Close to Call, Bloomberg Poll Shows

Turkey’s Election Is Too Close to Call, Bloomberg Poll Shows

Turkey’s election this month could go down to the wire, with President Recep Tayyip Erdogan facing a tougher battle to cement power or even an upset, according to a poll commissioned by Bloomberg.
Summit Worse Than I Expected, Says Troy University's Pinkston

Summit Worse Than I Expected, Says Troy University's Pinkston

Daniel Pinkston, lecturer of international relations at Troy University, discusses the summit between President Donald Trump and North Korean leader Kim Jong Un. He speaks on "Bloomberg Markets:
Immigration Rebellion in House Quelled With Promise of Votes

Immigration Rebellion in House Quelled With Promise of Votes

House Speaker Paul Ryan brokered a deal among Republican factions that quelled a rebellion by moderates and will put to a vote next week two immigration bills that would provide some protection for
Park Strategies' King, Arms Control's Kimball on Trump-Kim Summit

Park Strategies' King, Arms Control's Kimball on Trump-Kim Summit

Sean King, a senior vice president at Park Strategies LLC, and Daryl Kimball, executive director of the Washington-based Arms Control Association, talk about President Donald Trump's summit with North
One Summit Benefit Is Reduced Tensions, Says Heritage Foundation's Brookes

One Summit Benefit Is Reduced Tensions, Says Heritage Foundation's Brookes

Peter Brookes, senior fellow for national security affairs at the Heritage Foundation, discusses the historic meeting between President Donald Trump and North Korean leader Kim Jong Un and where we go
Ex-FBI Deputy McCabe Sues to Discover Policy Behind Firing

Ex-FBI Deputy McCabe Sues to Discover Policy Behind Firing

Andrew McCabe demanded that the Federal Bureau of Investigation disclose the policies and procedures the agency claims it complied with when it fired him as deputy director in March, 26 hours before
Fmr. U.S. Ambassador Says This Is Going to be a Process With North Korea

Fmr. U.S. Ambassador Says This Is Going to be a Process With North Korea

David Carden, former U.S. ambassador to Asean, discusses the historic summit between President Donald Trump and North Korean Leader Kim Jong Un. He spoke prior to President Trump and Kim Jong Un
Get Ready for Big Media to Get Bigger After AT&T Victory

Get Ready for Big Media to Get Bigger After AT&T Victory

The ruling for the Time Warner acquisition ends any hope that Trump’s arrival in Washington would usher in a wave of populist antitrust crackdowns.