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Trump delays decision on EU tariffs for 30 days

Trump delays decision on EU tariffs for 30 days

US President Donald Trump on Monday held off on imposing controversial tariffs on steel and aluminum from the European Union, Canada and Mexico, offering them a 30-day reprieve after fears of a trade
Mattis Plays Down Odds of Syria Pullout Before Peace Agreement

Mattis Plays Down Odds of Syria Pullout Before Peace Agreement

The United States and its allies would not want to pull troops out of Syria before diplomats win the peace, Defense Secretary Jim Mattis said on Monday, one of the strongest signs yet a full U.S.
US Backs Israeli Claims on ‘New and Compelling’ Evidence Against Iran

US Backs Israeli Claims on ‘New and Compelling’ Evidence Against Iran

The White House is praising new intelligence from Israel on Iran’s nuclear weapons program, calling it “new and compelling” though officials in Washington have stopped short of charging Tehran with
Report: Mueller Gives List of Questions to Trump's Lawyers

Report: Mueller Gives List of Questions to Trump's Lawyers

Special counsel Robert Mueller has given a list of almost four dozen questions to lawyers for President Donald Trump as part of his investigation into Russian meddling in the 2016 election and whether
Trump vows to help Nigeria in fight against Boko Haram

Trump vows to help Nigeria in fight against Boko Haram

US President Donald Trump pledged stronger support for Nigeria's fight against Boko Haram jihadists Monday, while demanding greater trade access to Africa's largest economy.
Pompeo Makes His Debut on the World Stage

Pompeo Makes His Debut on the World Stage

New Secretary of State Mike Pompeo has made his debut on the world stage, emphasizing close U.S. ties with NATO, Saudi Arabia, Israel and Jordan – the stops on his first trip. While expressing strong
Trump, Buhari Pledge Closer Counter-Terror Cooperation

Trump, Buhari Pledge Closer Counter-Terror Cooperation

U.S. President Donald Trump called for a closer trade and security relationship with Nigeria, as he met the country’s leader, Muhammadu Buhari, at the White House Monday. As VOA’s Bill Gallo reports,
Outside US Port of Entry, Asylum-Seekers Prepare to Make Their Case

Outside US Port of Entry, Asylum-Seekers Prepare to Make Their Case

After more than a month of travel by foot, bus and train, the Central American caravan of more than 150 people has stalled at Tijuana's U.S.-Mexico port of entry, where many are hoping to receive
US to Delay Decision on Tariffs Until June 1

US to Delay Decision on Tariffs Until June 1

U.S. President Donald Trump has postponed his decision on whether to impose tariffs on steel and aluminum imports from the European Union, Canada and Mexico until June 1. The announcement Monday
Trump Extends Steel, Aluminum Tariff Exemptions for EU, Canada, Mexico

Trump Extends Steel, Aluminum Tariff Exemptions for EU, Canada, Mexico

U.S. President Donald Trump is extending tariff exemptions on aluminum and steel exports from the European Union, Canada, and Mexico for at least another month.The temporary exemptions of the tariffs
Dad makes son hold ‘I’m a bully’ sign to teach him a lesson

Dad makes son hold ‘I’m a bully’ sign to teach him a lesson

Michael Yager made Jacob stand at the side of a busy road holding the sign after he found out he was bullying pupils.
S. Korea Wants UN Help to Monitor Closing of North's Nuclear Facility

S. Korea Wants UN Help to Monitor Closing of North's Nuclear Facility

South Korean President Moon Jae-in wants the United Nations to help monitor North Korea's closing of its Punggye-ri nuclear test facility.Moon's spokesman said Tuesday the president expressed that
IAEA: 'No Credible Indications' of Iran Nuclear Weapons Activity after 2009

IAEA: 'No Credible Indications' of Iran Nuclear Weapons Activity after 2009

The U.N.'s nuclear watchdog called attention Tuesday to a 2015 report by its director that said it had "no credible indications" of Iranian activity linked to the development of nuclear weapons after

Ford Execs Shed More Light On Why They’re Killing Their Cars

At the end of the day, it’s all about the money for Ford turning its attention almost exclusively to SUVs and trucks. |

White House Considers Restricting Chinese Researchers Over Espionage Fears

An anonymous reader shares a report: It sounds like something out of a science fiction movie: In April, China is said to have tested an invisibility cloak that would allow ordinary fighter jets to
Trump Assails Russia Probe as Investigators' Questions are Leaked

Trump Assails Russia Probe as Investigators' Questions are Leaked

U.S. President Donald Trump fired new broadsides Tuesday at the criminal investigation into his 2016 election campaign's links to Russia and his White House actions.The U.S. leader derided special
European Diplomats Suspect Netanyahu Choreographed Iran Presentation with US

European Diplomats Suspect Netanyahu Choreographed Iran Presentation with US

America’s European allies are drawing a sharply different collective conclusion from the U.S. about Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu’s dramatic presentation Monday of "evidence” he says
Two Top Aides Leave EPA Amid Ethics Investigations

Two Top Aides Leave EPA Amid Ethics Investigations

Two top aides have resigned from the Environmental Protection Agency amid a growing series of federal ethics investigations, EPA chief Scott Pruitt announced Tuesday.In statements, Pruitt gave no
McCain Assails Trump in New Book

McCain Assails Trump in New Book

U.S. Senator John McCain, in a farewell memoir as he battles brain cancer, lashes out at President Donald Trump as failing to uphold American values."He has declined to distinguish the actions of our
Ross:  US-China Trade Dispute to Be Resolved by Deal or Tariffs

Ross:  US-China Trade Dispute to Be Resolved by Deal or Tariffs

U.S. Commerce Secretary Wilbur Ross said on Tuesday that the Trump administration was prepared to levy tariffs on China if an American delegation heading to Beijing did not reach a negotiated