The State Department has proposed tougher visa scrutiny in a push towards the necessary “extreme vetting” against terrorism according to Trump.
Leaders of the US religious left, a rising force of opposition to Trump’s hard-line stance on immigration and healthcare, said they were poised to benefit from the move.
Trump promised peace but stopped short of explicitly recommitting his administration to a two-state solution, leaving many Palestinians disappointed.
Several Republican sceptics got behind the Bill after they met with Trump to float a compromise proposal that is still expected to face unanimous Democratic opposition.
China’s statement comes after North Korea’s state media published a strong criticism of China on Wednesday and Trump said he would be honoured to meet Kim.
Trump and Putin spoke on the phone for the first time since US relations with Russian were strained by the US attack on a Syrian airfield.
As Republican moderates hold out for fear of receiving backlash from voters, this puts Trump in danger of his second major legislative setback.
In her most extensive public comments since the November 8 results, Clinton blamed interference by Russian hackers and FBI director Comey for her defeat
The Trump administration is yet to articulate a cohesive strategy for restarting peace talks in the Middle East, leading to scepticism at home and abroad.
Although Trump has said the Republicans are happy, his government has failed to get any major legislation through the Congress despite holding 52 seats.
Le Pen hopes to channel the same nationalist, anti-establishment sentiment that propelled Trump to the White House and is moving Britain to leave the EU.
The NSA collected 151 million records of Americans phone calls even though it had warrants to spy on only 42 terrorism suspects in 2016.
Eight US states allow firearms to be carried on campus; Arkansas is set to join them in September 2017. In 24 others, each college can decide whether to allow firearms on its premises.
The two bombers were deployed amid rising tensions over North Korea’s dogged pursuit of its nuclear and missile programmes in defiance of UN sanctions and pressure from the US.
White House spokesperson Spicer stressed the right circumstances for a meeting between the two leaders do not exist right now.
IT companies have become political targets in the US for taking away American jobs by flying in Indians on temporary visas, a sore point for many.
In an interview, Trump suggested that if Jackson had governed a little later than his 1829-1837 presidency, the American Civil War might have been averted.
There’s ample space to renegotiate some terms from the original agreement that would improve social welfare across the region.
The invitation for Duterte appears to be the latest example of the affinity Trump has shown for some foreign leaders with shaky human rights or autocratic reputations.
Trump has been dismissive of the possibility that Russia, a longstanding cybersecurity adversary of the US, hacked the emails to help him win the election.
If this deal passes congress and the president signs it into law it would mark the first significant bipartisan legislation since Trump took office.
Palestinian officials have seen their cause overshadowed by global concerns such as the Syrian war and ISIS, and want Trump’s White House to bring it back to the forefront.
Are Trump’s stumbles a brilliant ploy to “deconstruct the state,” a political performance, or actual incompetence?
Trump’s national security adviser, H.R. McMaster, reassured his South Korean counterpart, Kim Kwan-jin, that the US alliance with South Korea was its top priority in the Asia-Pacific region,
Even as they express scepticism that Trump can achieve all of his campaign promises, his supporters are sticking with him for now.
Trump pledged fealty to the powerful National Rifle Association, the country’s leading gun-rights advocacy group, at a convention attended by thousands.
A court had earlier convicted and sentenced her but then changed the judgement, calling for her deportation, at a time of warming US-China relations.
The stopgap bill, which will keep the government funded till September, was passed by the House and prevented a shutdown on Trump’s 100th day in office.
The halt is among the most substantial changes to US surveillance policy in years and comes as digital privacy remains a contentious issue across the globe.
The missile test came just hours after US secretary of state warned the United Nations Security Council that failure to curb North Korea’s nuclear and ballistic missile programmes could lead to “catastrophic consequences.”
A record of the US president’s Twitter activity.
While Trump has put in place a new culture of disruptive disagreement, institutional constraints and a vigorous media have combined to subject him to the rites of scrutiny and accountability.
Congress has until 12:01 am ET on Saturday to pass a bill to fund the government or face a shutdown, which would temporarily lay off federal workers.
After long seeking to distance itself from Yemen’s civil war, US under Trump now appears increasingly to see the conflict through the Gulf’s prism.
A company owned by a Turkish businessman and a Russian news agency paid Flynn’s firm large amounts when he was the Trump national security advisor.
Trump, asked if he considered North Korea’s leader Kim Jong Un to be rational, said he was operating from the assumption that he is rational.
Trump said he did not want to create problems for Chinese President Xi Jinping when Beijing appears to be helping efforts to rein in North Korea.
In March, fewer temporary visas were issued under President Trump’s temporary travel ban which barred seven Muslim majority countries on safety grounds.
The Taliban said government forces would be “targeted, harassed, killed, or captured”, a week after the devastating attack that killed 135 Afghan soldiers.
“This is more work than in my previous life. I thought it would be easier”, Trump told Reuters in an interview.