In his second foreign tour, President Trump heads to Europe to meet with world leaders for the G20 Summit, as debates continue over how to deal with North Korea. Catch up on all that and more by taking the Washington Week-ly News Quiz.
President Trump reaffirmed the United States' commitment to a collective-security pact with European allies and criticized Russia for “destabilizing activities” during a speech here Thursday in a public square in Poland's capital.
Trump’s own aides say he doesn’t have a formal agenda or plan for the meeting. That would be a problem for any president. But it could be a crippling mistake for Trump, who lacks foreign policy experience, consistency, honesty, or coherence.
Iraqis who provided assistance to the U.S. military, military contractors and American news outlets will not be automatically exempt from the 120-day, global halt President Donald Trump has imposed on refugee admissions through his travel ban executive order.
by Carol Lee, William Mauldin, Eli Stokols | The Wall Street Journal
President Donald Trump and South Korean President Moon Jae-in vowed to coordinate on a strategy for confronting North Korea in a display of unity after their first meeting on Friday, even amid a show of tensions over bilateral trade.