Trump tweeted his support for ZTE this week, putting the president at odds with the Commerce Department, which imposed trade restrictions on the company amid allegations it violated U.S. sanctions.
For the Trump administration, it's been a week of big news abroad, from Iran to North Korea. But on Friday, there was a new swirl of questions around statements from inside the White House. Yamiche Alcindor reports.
On a day when President Trump ordered the U.S. trade representative to consider an additional $100 billion in tariffs on Chinese goods, and the administration announced sanctions against Russian government officials and tycoons, the president also seems to be pondering…
By Jill Colvin and Luis Alonso Lugo, Associated Press
After a succession of administrations that embraced Spanish-language content, President Donald Trump's White House is all but ignoring Spanish speakers even though he has a robust online presence in English.
By Darlene Superville and Michael Weissenstein, Associated Press
MIAMI — President Donald Trump declared Friday he was restoring some travel and economic restrictions on Cuba that were lifted as part of the Obama administration's historic easing. He challenged the communist government of Raul Castro to negotiate a better…
By Vivian Salama, Associated Press
President Donald Trump appeared to confirm Friday that he is under investigation for obstruction of justice, claiming that he is being investigated for firing FBI Director James Comey by the man who told him to do it.
By Annie Sneed, Scientific American
A detailed analysis shows how much more carbon dioxide each of Trump’s climate policy changes would send into the atmosphere.
By Nsikan Akpan, Andrew Wagner
What would really happen if we pull out of this deal? What would the Earth look like in 10, in 20, in 50 years without U.S. involvement in the Paris accord? We asked a field of experts.
By John Upton, Climate Central
New Jersey's working class have been left behind, as federal funds for Hurricane Sandy recovery and flooding problems have gone to wealthier neighbors.
North Carolina will receive less than 1 percent of the federal funds it requested to cover damages associated with Hurricane Matthew, which hit the East Coast in October.
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