South Korea's Ambassador to the U.S. says he is hopeful that a second meeting between President Donald Trump and North Korean leader Kim Jong Un will take place.
By Dake Kang, Associated Press
The move is a sign that Beijing may be starting to feel a mounting backlash against its sweeping crackdown on Muslims in the far west region of Xinjiang.
By Joe McDonald, Associated Press
President Donald Trump tweeted late Tuesday that the talks were "going very well!"…
By Eric Talmadge, Associated Press
North Korean leader Kim Jong Un's four-day visit comes after he expressed frustration in his annual New Year's address over the lack of progress in negotiations with Washington since his unprecedented summit with Trump in Singapore seven months ago.
In our news wrap Monday, the U.S. and China began trade talks in Beijing amid rising tensions over tariffs and the arrest of a Chinese tech executive in Canada. The Trump administration has said it will impose new tariffs if…
In our Friday news wrap, the chairman of the Federal Reserve sought to ease Wall Street’s concerns over future interest rate hikes. Speaking at a forum in Atlanta, Jerome Powell said the Fed is “listening” closely to the market. Also,…
More than 300,000 jobs were created in December, doubling what was expected and signaling that the U.S. economy remains stable despite the recent market volatility and political tensions. In addition, wage growth was the highest it’s been in a decade.
By Gretchen Frazee, Maea Lenei Buhre
The final jobs report of 2018 released Friday, boasting 312,000 jobs added in December, puts the U.S. economy on track for another relatively strong showing in 2019, with economists predicting a slowdown coming toward the end of the year.
By Marley Jay, Associated Press
The rare warning of disappointing results from Apple stoked investors' fears that the world's second-biggest economy is losing steam and that trade tensions between Washington and Beijing are making things worse. The Dow Jones Industrial Average plunged 660 points.
By Robert Burns, Associated Press
On his first day as acting defense secretary, Pat Shanahan is emphasizing that China should be the Pentagon's main focus.
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