Despite the military and neoconservatives sharing hostility toward certain states, they don’t always see eye to eye, especially in terms of garnering multilateral support.
US military said that the strike group first had to complete a planned period of training with Australia but was now heading towards the western Pacific.
White House spokesman Sean Spicer was responding to a question about a Trump Twitter post earlier in the day warning North Korea.
Russia says the chemicals that killed civilians last week belonged to rebels, not Assad’s government, and accused the US of illegal aggression on a false pretext.
Sean Spicer’s assertion sparked instant outrage on social media and from some Holocaust memorial groups who accused him of minimising Hitler’s crimes.
During the presidential campaign, Trump said he would donate his $400,000 annual salary if he were elected.
US representative Adam Schiff, the top Democrat on the House of Representatives intelligence committee, said it was too soon to consider immunity requests.
The discord following the healthcare debacle has not been limited to tensions between Trump and the Freedom Caucus – a bloc of conservatives in the House.
On Monday, it emerged that executives of Russian state development bank Vnesheconombank (VEB) had talks with Kushner during a bank roadshow last year.
The Department of Justice said in a court filing it would appeal against a ruling by US district judge Theodore Chuang in Maryland to the 4th US Circuit Court of Appeals in Richmond, Virginia.
House of Representatives Intelligence Committee chairman Devin Nunes, a Republican, and top Democrat Adam Schiff told reporters they had seen no evidence that Trump Tower was tapped.
Palestinian officials indicated Abbas would emphasise his concern about Israeli settlement-building on occupied land and the need for a two-state solution to the conflict.
Under US law, presidents cannot direct wiretapping. The federal government can ask a court to authorise the action, but it must provide a justification.
The White House has said that the early reports coming from Kansas, where an Indian engineer was shot dead and another injured in an apparent hate crime, were “disturbing”.
A new crop of populist leaders is reviving a tried and true method of demonstrating leadership – killing people.
The reporters’ group said that it would go ahead with its April 29 dinner, which typically draws movie stars, politicians and business leaders, despite Trump’s absence.
Legal advocates for transgender people say federal law and the civil rights of Americans are legally enforced by the federal government, as was born out during the civil rights movement of the 1960s that led to legal equality for African-Americans.
On President’s Day bomb threats were sent to 11 Jewish community centres, including ones in the Houston, Chicago and Milwaukee.
Trump was informed in late January that Flynn had not told Vice President Mike Pence the whole truth about conversations he had before Trump took office with Russia’s ambassador to the US
A watchdog panel asked the White House to explain reports why Trump dealt with a sensitive foreign policy issue in view of club guests.
While the US president’s words encourage outrage on certain fronts, we are failing to see the pro-big-business, anti-welfare decisions he has been making.
The inspector general of Homeland Security has directed that all documents related to the Muslim ban be preserved for an investigation looking into its implementation.
A raid on al Qaida branch of Arabian Peninsula in Yemen during the weekend was ill prepared and could have caused more civilian deaths, reports say.
The Indian government has conveyed its concerns to the Trump administration about a proposed new policy on H1B visas
The French-Canadian gunman identified as Alexandre Bissonnette, 27, is a student at Université Laval and has been charged with six counts of murder.
The cancellation, which followed a Twitter war between the two leaders signals a souring of relations between US and one of its most important international partners.
Many ‘sanctuary cities’ which shelter illegal immigrants vowed legal action, arguing that the threatened punishment would be unconstitutional.
Three Democratic congressmen demanded proof of such fraud and sent a letter to election officials and attorneys general in all 50 US states seeking examples.
The US government has barred the Environmental Protection Agency from awarding any new contracts as part of larger clampdown on climate protection.
The announcement is the second such declaration since US President Donald Trump, who has signalled a pro-Israel stance, took office on Friday.
Trump has banned US federal funding,instituted by Ronald Reagan, to international family planning groups that advocate a pro-choice policy worldwide.
In a statement issued by Trump’s press secretary, Sean Spicer lowered expectations of an imminent move that could anger the Arab world.
Trump’s new administration vowed to prevent China from taking over the contentious South China Sea, Chinese state media hints at assertive action.
On Saturday, Trump expressed continued scepticism over whether Russia was responsible for computer hacks of Democratic Party officials.
Trump’s critics have expressed concern that his often inflammatory campaign rhetoric could spark a wave of intolerance against various minorities.
President-elect Donald Trump’s early list of potential appointments to top positions appears to reward people who were loyal to him during his campaign.
The FBI investigation has made the presidential race, one of the ‘most tumultuous’ races in recent memory, even more uncertain.