Ukraine’s President Volodymyr Zelenskiy said on Thursday that US President Donald Trump did not seek to blackmail him during a phone call in July or a meeting in September.
The United States will soon issue licenses allowing some US companies to supply non-sensitive goods to China’s Huawei, the New York Times said on Wednesday, as high-level officials from the two countries
Trump has faced a bipartisan storm of criticism since a surprise announcement by the White House on Sunday that Washington was pulling back 50 to 100 "special operators" from Syria's northern frontier.
The far-reaching impacts of climate change on companies have investors pressing corporate leaders for action to minimise environmental damage and to maximise disclosure of risks to their businesses.
President Donald Trump on Saturday touted his partial, unsigned trade deal with China as a major achievement and the best deal US farmers have ever secured.
A US-China currency agreement being floated as a symbol of progress in last week’s trade talks between the world’s two largest economies would largely repeat past pledges by China, currency experts say, and will not change the dollar-yuan relationship
But he remained steadfast and defended a move that drew widespread bipartisan criticism that he has endangered stability in the Middle East and risked the lives of Syrian Kurdish allies who helped the US bring down the Islamic State group in Syria.
President Donald Trump halted talks with the group, aimed at striking a deal for US and other foreign troops to withdraw in exchange for Taliban security guarantees, after it carried out a bomb attack in Kabul that killed 12 people, including a US soldier.
The names of Joe Wilson and Valerie Plame have returned to the headlines again. Wilson has been remembered in laudatory obituaries after his death this week at the age of 69, and his ex-wife Plame