In our news wrap Thursday, a state judge in New York ordered President Trump to pay $2 million to settle a lawsuit alleging he funneled money from his charitable foundation to his 2016 presidential campaign. The Trump Foundation denied wrongdoing…
In our news wrap Wednesday, authorities in northern Mexico are still hunting for the drug cartel gunmen who killed nine Americans, including six children, in a brutal ambush on Monday. Mexican President Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador insisted the attacks would…
In our news wrap Tuesday, nine Americans, including six children, were brutally killed in an ambush in northern Mexico, about 75 miles south of the U.S. border. Mexican officials are investigating whether the attack was a case of mistaken identity.
In our news wrap Monday, North Korea says it is willing to restart nuclear talks with the U.S. Previous discussions stalled after President Trump and North Korea’s Kim Jong Un held a failed summit in Hanoi in February, but Trump…
In our news wrap Friday, authorities in Hong Kong moved to head off new pro-democracy protests, denying permission for a planned major march. But two veteran activists who had been arrested were released, vowing to “continue to fight.” Also, Australian…
Iran says it now has more low-enriched uranium than the level agreed upon in the 2015 nuclear deal, from which the U.S. withdrew in 2018. In response, the White House says it will continue its “maximum pressure” campaign on Iran.
By Deb Riechmann, Associated Press
The Republican-led House cast largely symbolic votes on Friday against the Iran nuclear deal, one day after the Senate ensured that the administration can implement the accord without congressional interference.
By Larisa Epatko
President Barack Obama used a speech at American University on Wednesday to try to debunk arguments against the Iran nuclear deal, telling Americans to “contact your representatives in Congress” to get it passed.
By Matthew Lee, George Jahn, Associated Press
VIENNA -- Disputes over attempts to probe Tehran's alleged work on nuclear weapons unexpectedly persisted Monday, diplomats said, threatening plans to wrap up an Iran nuclear deal by midnight -- the latest in a series of deadlines for the negotiations.
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