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U.K. Threatens EU on Security Cooperation Over Galileo Standoff

U.K. Threatens EU on Security Cooperation Over Galileo Standoff

The U.K. renewed its threat on defense cooperation with the European Union, saying that joint work on the bloc’s Galileo navigation satellite program would be a test of the ambitions of a post-Brexit
EU Is Engaging With U.K. Trade Plan in Boost for May

EU Is Engaging With U.K. Trade Plan in Boost for May

The European Union is starting to engage with Theresa May’s proposal for how to keep trade flowing after Brexit -- a plan it had branded unworkable.
Trump Warns Iran of ‘Severe Consequence’ If Nuclear Work Resumes

Trump Warns Iran of ‘Severe Consequence’ If Nuclear Work Resumes

Donald Trump warned Iran of “very severe” consequences should the country restart nuclear activities that were halted as part of the 2015 accord that the U.S. president abandoned on Tuesday.
Trump Says He Won’t Meet Kim Jong Un at DMZ

Trump Says He Won’t Meet Kim Jong Un at DMZ

President Donald Trump said he and Kim Jong Un won’t meet in the Korea peninsula’s Demilitarized Zone for their unprecedented summit.
Russian Oligarch’s Links to Trump’s World Extend Beyond Cohen

Russian Oligarch’s Links to Trump’s World Extend Beyond Cohen

Viktor Vekselberg hasn’t topped the list of Russian oligarchs suspected of ties to President Donald Trump’s circle, but maybe he should.
Stuck Between Trump and Iran, EU Lacks Plan for Nuclear Deal

Stuck Between Trump and Iran, EU Lacks Plan for Nuclear Deal

U.S. President Donald Trump’s decision to pull out of the 2015 nuclear deal with Iran has left Europe’s leaders torn between Washington and Tehran.
Pompeo in Pyongyang: Feted at Lunch While Awaiting Detainee News

Pompeo in Pyongyang: Feted at Lunch While Awaiting Detainee News

Secretary of State Mike Pompeo’s second trip to Pyongyang this year was shrouded in secrecy until the president announced it Tuesday.
Democrats Take Aim at the Gig Economy

Democrats Take Aim at the Gig Economy

With midterms on the horizon, some in Congress are pushing back against the growing propensity to deny U.S. workers benefits.
Abu Ghraib Interrogators May Be Questioned Incognito in Lawsuit

Abu Ghraib Interrogators May Be Questioned Incognito in Lawsuit

As a decade-old lawsuit over alleged torture by a U.S. military contractor at Abu Ghraib prison in Iraq finally moves toward revealing what really happened 15 years ago, a judge ruled that the
Endowment Tax Repeal Finds Supporters in Both Political Parties

Endowment Tax Repeal Finds Supporters in Both Political Parties

A House bill to repeal the four-month-old U.S. college endowment tax has gained sponsors on both sides of the aisle.
Companies Are Scrambling to Explain Their Ties to Cohen-Linked Firm

Companies Are Scrambling to Explain Their Ties to Cohen-Linked Firm

Companies are scrambling to explain how they came to deposit money in the account of President Donald Trump’s lawyer.
South Africa's North West Premier to Temporarily Vacate Post

South Africa's North West Premier to Temporarily Vacate Post

Supra Mahumapelo, the embattled premier of South Africa’s North West province, will temporarily vacate his post following a spate of violent protests against his leadership.
Trump Accuser Rachel Crooks Advances in Ohio Legislative Campaign

Trump Accuser Rachel Crooks Advances in Ohio Legislative Campaign

Toledo, Ohio (AP) -- A woman who during the 2016 presidential election accused Republican candidate Donald Trump of sexually harassing her more than a decade ago has advanced her state legislative bid
Death Toll in Kenyan Floods Hits 132 as Thousands Flee Homes

Death Toll in Kenyan Floods Hits 132 as Thousands Flee Homes

The number of people killed in floods in Kenya over the past two weeks rose to 132, the government said, amid warnings that further rainfall would add to the tens of thousands already forced from
EU Asks: Why Not Treat Northern Ireland Like Hong Kong?

EU Asks: Why Not Treat Northern Ireland Like Hong Kong?

The search for an answer to Brexit’s most intractable problem -- what to do about the Irish border -- has thrown up a radical idea.
U.K. Says Onus on Trump to Come Up With Alternative Iran Deal

U.K. Says Onus on Trump to Come Up With Alternative Iran Deal

Fresh from his failure to persuade President Donald Trump to stick with the Iran nuclear agreement, U.K. Foreign Secretary Boris Johnson said the responsibility is on the U.S to come up with an
Netanyahu Warns Putin That Iran Wants to Destroy 6 Million Jews

Netanyahu Warns Putin That Iran Wants to Destroy 6 Million Jews

Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu told President Vladimir Putin that Iran is out to destroy his country, pressing his appeal for Russian help to keep Tehran from using Syria as a launching pad
Trump Says Three Detainees in North Korea Are Returning to U.S.

Trump Says Three Detainees in North Korea Are Returning to U.S.

North Korea released three U.S. citizens who had been detained for as long as two years.
Erdogan Cabinet to Bypass Parliament to Expand His Powers

Erdogan Cabinet to Bypass Parliament to Expand His Powers

Recep Tayyip Erdogan is taking action to expand his presidential powers by decree, before a new parliament is elected next month.
Iran's Rouhani Explores Options as Trump Exits Nuclear Deal

Iran's Rouhani Explores Options as Trump Exits Nuclear Deal

Following U.S. President Donald Trump's announcement that the United States will leave the Iran nuclear deal, Iranian President Hassan Rouhani said he will push to make the deal work with the