The new rules apply to virtually all applicants for immigrant and nonimmigrant visas. When it filed its initial notice to make the change, the department estimated it would affect 710,000 immigrant visa applicants and 14 million nonimmigrant visa applicants, including those who want to come to the US for business or education.
With under three weeks to go before proposed talks between the Chinese and US leaders, expectations for progress toward ending the trade war are low and sources say there has been
Abdullah rejected the idea of Jordan as an alternative state for Palestinians, saying: "Don't we have a voice in the end?"
President Donald Trump has blamed Iran for attacks on oil tankers near the strategic Strait of Hormuz, but he also held out hope that implicit US threats to use force will yield talks with the Islamic Republic as the Pentagon
On paper, 1968 was a great time to be an American. Young soldiers returning from Vietnam that June saw an economy which had just created 250,000 jobs. Middle class families saw an 8 per cent increase in their household income. GDP growth for the full year hit almost 5 per cent
For starters, I would like to say a few words in defence of Attorney General William Barr. He is being much maligned, even vilified, as a mumbling, bumbling, dissembling, lying apologist for President Donald Trump. And I just want to note for the record that America’s 85th attorney general
Kim Jong Un oversaw a live-fire military exercise on Saturday that potentially included North Korea’s first ballistic missile launch since 2017 — challenging US President Donald Trump’s bottom line in nuclear talks. Kim watched as “large-caliber, long-range multiple-rocket launchers and tactical guided weapons”
President Donald Trump sent Asian and European stock markets plunging on Monday by threatening to hike tariffs on $200 billion of Chinese goods in a bid to speed up stuttering trade talks between the economic superpowers. Equities in Asia, Europe and the US were a sea of red as Trump›s remarks rekindled fears of a trade war with potentially devastating consequences for world growth.
At a time when the global market is battling uncertainty, US President Donald Trump’s Twitter message that he will raise tariffs on $200 billion of Chinese imports to 25 per cent from 10 per cent beginning Friday has ignited fresh trade war fears and fuelled more anxiety among investors.
President Donald Trump’s unconventional foreign policy appeared in disarray amid a series of setbacks around the globe and mounting signs that the president and his advisers were on the verge of losing several risky policy bets. The evidence came in one hot spot