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May Defeated in Lords on Brexit, Signaling More Challenges Ahead

May Defeated in Lords on Brexit, Signaling More Challenges Ahead

The U.K.’s upper house voted against a key part of Prime Minister Theresa May’s Brexit policy, inflicting a defeat on the government that could eventually push it toward keeping closer ties with the
Will Kim Jong Un Ever Give Up His Beloved Nukes?

Will Kim Jong Un Ever Give Up His Beloved Nukes?

North Korea has signaled to the world that it could be prepared to give up its nuclear arsenal. But after more than half a century of development - not to mention the fact that we've heard it all
Senator Makes History by Bringing Newborn to Floor for Vote

Senator Makes History by Bringing Newborn to Floor for Vote

Tammy Duckworth Photographer: Andrew Harrer/Bloomberg
China and the U.S. Seek Allies to Strengthen Sides in Trade Tussle

China and the U.S. Seek Allies to Strengthen Sides in Trade Tussle

The U.S. and China look to be preparing for a protracted confrontation over trade and investment as they each try to line up allies for their cause.
Stiglitz Says True U.S.-China Trade Accord ‘Almost Impossible’

Stiglitz Says True U.S.-China Trade Accord ‘Almost Impossible’

A meaningful trade agreement between the U.S. and China is unlikely as long as President Donald Trump fails to recognize China’s right to develop its economy, according to Joseph Stiglitz, the Nobel
Russian Missiles Alarm Israel, Stoking Risk of Next Syria Crisis

Russian Missiles Alarm Israel, Stoking Risk of Next Syria Crisis

Angered by last week’s U.S. attack on Syria, Russia warned that there would be consequences. Only one of them was spelled out: The Kremlin said it may supply its Syrian ally with state-of-the-art air
Queen Drafted to Charm Ex-Colonies Into Post-Brexit Free Trade

Queen Drafted to Charm Ex-Colonies Into Post-Brexit Free Trade

It’s 21 years since the Commonwealth, the group of countries that used to make up the British Empire, met in Britain.
Southwest's White-Knuckle Ride in Focus as NTSB Probes Engine

Southwest's White-Knuckle Ride in Focus as NTSB Probes Engine

The engine on a Southwest Airlines plane. Photographer: Amanda Bourman via AP Photo
Here's Why Trump Got More Out of Summit Than Abe

Here's Why Trump Got More Out of Summit Than Abe

Center for American Progress Senior Fellow Glen Fukushima discusses U.S. and Japanese negotiations, and talks about strategy for President Trump's meeting with North Korea Supreme Leader Kim Jong-Un.
Trump Wants One-on-One Talks With Kim at Summit, Report Says

Trump Wants One-on-One Talks With Kim at Summit, Report Says

Trump at Mar-a-Lago resort on April 18. Photographer: Joe Raedle/Getty Images
Iran’s Biggest Threat Has Nothing to Do With Trump

Iran’s Biggest Threat Has Nothing to Do With Trump

“Solving the banking crisis is the priority for us now.”
Trump Trades ‘Fire and Fury’ for Diplomacy to Set Up Kim Meeting

Trump Trades ‘Fire and Fury’ for Diplomacy to Set Up Kim Meeting

President Donald Trump is methodically laying the groundwork for a landmark meeting with North Korean leader Kim Jong Un, a sharp contrast to the haphazard process that has followed previous policy
Trump Tariffs Wipe Out One California Company's Profits

Trump Tariffs Wipe Out One California Company's Profits

More than half of Dan Vincent’s projected 2018 profit was wiped out with a stroke of President Donald Trump’s pen.
U.S.-Japan Announce Trade Talks, Don't Agree on What to Discuss

U.S.-Japan Announce Trade Talks, Don't Agree on What to Discuss

President Donald Trump and Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe announced another new trade dialogue Wednesday, while disagreeing on what kind of deal they should aim for.
Trump Says He Doesn't Want to Go Back Into TPP, Prefers Bilateral Deals

Trump Says He Doesn't Want to Go Back Into TPP, Prefers Bilateral Deals

President Donald Trump discusses the Trans-Pacific Partnership during a joint news conference with Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe in Florida on Wednesday. (Source: Bloomberg)
Trump Says Mueller, Rosenstein ‘Are Still Here,’ Blasts Russia Probe

Trump Says Mueller, Rosenstein ‘Are Still Here,’ Blasts Russia Probe

President Donald Trump said Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein and Special Counsel Robert Mueller “are still here” despite talk that he would fire them.
Trump Says He’ll Abandon Kim Talks If They’re Not ‘Fruitful’

Trump Says He’ll Abandon Kim Talks If They’re Not ‘Fruitful’

President Donald Trump said he’ll abandon plans for an unprecedented summit with North Korean leader Kim Jong Un if he decides it won’t be successful.
Trump Voter Fraud Investigator Kris Kobach Found in Contempt of Court

Trump Voter Fraud Investigator Kris Kobach Found in Contempt of Court

One of U.S. President Donald Trump’s leading voter-fraud investigators was ruled in contempt of court for flouting a judge’s orders.
Ex-Playboy Model Settles With Tabloid Owner Over Buried Trump Story

Ex-Playboy Model Settles With Tabloid Owner Over Buried Trump Story

A former Playboy Playmate who claimed she had an affair with Donald Trump more than a decade ago settled a lawsuit against the owner of the National Enquirer, which acquired the rights to her story
Trump Hopes Meeting With Kim Jong Un Will Be a 'Great Success'

Trump Hopes Meeting With Kim Jong Un Will Be a 'Great Success'

President Donald Trump discusses North Korea during a joint news conference with Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe in Florida on Wednesday. (Source: Bloomberg)