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Washington, Oct 8 (AP) Trying to revive health care talks, President Donald Trump has said that he had spoken to the Senate's Democratic leader to ga...
Despite Washington banning its citizens from travelling there following the death of a US student who had been jailed in the country, Pyongyang said their doors are still open to US tourists.
Australia's Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull insists that his relationship with President Trump is "warm" despite transcripts of a heated conversation in which the leaders sparred over a refugee deal.
Senators approved Dan Brouillette of Texas, an executive at USAA insurance company he Energy Department's No. 2 official by a 79-17 vote on Thursday.
Donald Trump was deprived of any major legislative victory heading into summer break, as lawmakers also blocked the President from making so-called recess appointments during the rest period.
According to a transcript of their January conversation released by media, Trump told Nieto a "formula" could be worked out for funding the wall along the southern US border with Mexico.
US President Donald Trump said relations with Russia had hit an all-time and "very dangerous" low, putting the blame on Congress after he reluctantly approved sanctions against Moscow.
Russia's foreign ministry today said that new US sanctions, signed into law by President Donald Trump, are a "dangerous" and "short-sighted" policy.
The Trump administration's ban on US citizens travelling to North Korea will take effect early next month.
Trump's security adviser McMaster removes intelligence aide Ezra Cohen-Watnick from security council
President Donald Trump has denied that he called the White House a "dump."
James Comey, the former FBI director who was fired by President Trump has inked a deal to write a book that will feature "yet-unheard anecdotes" about his career.
President Donald Trump today announced his support for a legislation that would cut in half the number legal immigrants allowed into the US while moving to a "merit-based" system.
US President Donald Trump believes Taliban is increasingly gaining ground in the war-torn country and he wants to fire his top commander in Afghanistan.
"De-facto this doesn't change anything," Kremlin spokesman told Russian news agencies, adding that "retaliatory measures have already been taken".
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