Shinzo Abe's trip is the highest-level effort yet to de-escalate tensions between Iran and the U.S. as Tehran appears poised to break the 2015 nuclear deal.
By Amir Vahdat, Aya Batrawy, Jon Gambrell, Associated Press
The suspect was captured but died from a self-inflicted slash in his neck.
By Mari Yamaguchi, Jae Hong, Associated Press
In our news wrap Monday, President Trump dismissed concerns about North Korea’s recent missile tests, publicly disagreeing with Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe. During a joint news conference with Abe, Trump said, “all I know is that there have been…
All the pomp and pageantry in the world couldn't paper over the tensions between President Donald Trump and Japan's Shinzo Abe on two of their most pressing issues.
By Jill Colvin, Darlene Superville, Associated Press
By Associated Press
The president says he believes a deal can be struck "quickly," perhaps even in time to be signed during his visit to Japan next month for the installation of its new emperor.
By Haruka Nuga, Mari Yamaguchi, Associated Press
Rescuers in southwestern Japan dug up more bodies Monday as they searched for dozens still missing after heavy rains caused severe flooding and left residents to return to their homes unsure where to start the cleanup.
But Trump said Thursday at a joint news conference with Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe that he is also "totally prepared to walk" if things don't go well, noting that he "did it once before."…
By PBS NewsHour
On this edition for Saturday, April 21, family members and dignitaries pay their respects to former first lady Barbara Bush, and North Korea says it will stop nuclear tests. Also, more Republican women are running for elected office for the…
President Trump and Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe met reporters at Mar-a-Lago Wednesday evening, where Trump said that he would be doing everything possible to make his anticipated meeting with the leader of North Korea "a worldwide success." Yamiche Alcindor…
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