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Trump vows to tax European cars if the EU fights back with tariff on U.S. goods

In the first rumblings of a potential trade war, President Trump punched back Saturday at Canadian and European warnings that his steel tariff plan is "unacceptable" by threatening to slap a tariff on European cars if they try to take him on.


Virginia man charged with passing classified info to Chinese government

7:55 p.m. ET June 22, 2017   WASHINGTON – A 60-year-old former defense contractor was charged Thursday with transmitting classified information to Chinese government agents in exchange for thousands of dollars in cash.


At G-7, The world leaders push on climate change

8:15 a.m. ET May 26, 2017 TAORMINA, Italy — President Trump urged world leaders to do more to fight terrorism and make changes in their trade policies during a high-profile summit Friday, while members of the Group of Seven tried to talk Trump into staying in a global agreement designed to address climate change.


Rhode Island's Teacher uses hand fan in photo with Trump in Oval Office

5:28 p.m. ET June 17, 2017   Nikos Giannopoulos stood over the right shoulder of President Trump, splayed a black-lace hand fan, tilted his head and gave the camera a self-satisfied stare.


The Pope and President: Unpredictable pair finally meet

2:15 a.m. ET May 25, 2017   ROME   After meeting with Muslim leaders in Saudi Arabia and visiting sacred sites in Jerusalem, President Donald Trump's tour of world religions concluded Wednesday at the Vatican, the Catholic Church's holy headquarters.

Trump blasts London mayor, political correctness after terror attacks

8:55 a.m. ET June 4, 2017  WASHINGTON — President Trump responded to the terror attacks in London by taking aim at London’s mayor, political correctness and gun control.


Trump says: The bombing is the work of 'evil losers' in life.

4:55 a.m. ET May 23, 2017   JERUSALEM — President Trump called the Manchester concert bombing the work of "evil losers"


Britain attacks: Lack of pattern puts officials on edge

5:47 a.m. ET June 4, 2017   The randomness of the three terrorist attacks in Britain since March 22 puts officials around the world on edge, making it difficult to anticipate a next strike.


Trump sidesteps awkwardness in Israel — most of it, anyway

5:35 p.m. ET May 22, 2017  After landing in Israel to a warm reception, and a seeming hand swat from his wife,


Britain's stoic capital presses on: Another London terror attack

5:15 p.m. ET June 4, 2017  LONDON — A shell-shocked London pressed on Sunday, trying to recover from the third brutal terror attack in Britain in less than three months and just days before Thursday's general election.


Trump begins first foreign trip with visit to Saudi Arabia

12:22 a.m. ET May 22, 2017
The US says it has signed deals worth more than $350bn (£270bn) with Saudi Arabia as Donald Trump begins his first foreign trip as president.