Trump's visit to the United Kingdom has been anticipated for more than a year, after May was the first foreign leader to be hosted by the president at the White House after his inauguration.
By PBS NewsHour
On this edition for Saturday, April 14, the U.S. and their allies strike targets in Syria in response to alleged chemical attacks, and assessing the potential impact of the escalation. Also, breaking down the details of the military operation in…
In our news wrap Thursday, President Trump and the Russians swapped warnings about striking Syria over a suspected chemical weapons attack. White House officials said Trump plans to speak with French and British leaders about next steps. Also, the president…
By Associated Press
President Donald Trump reportedly told Justin Trudeau that the U.S. has a trade deficit with Canada. But the Office of the United States Trade Representative says the U.S. has a trade surplus with its northern neighbors.
British Prime Minister Theresa May leveled her diplomatic fire at Moscow on Wednesday in retribution for the apparent poisoning of a former Russian spy and his daughter. Libby Wiener of Independent Television News reports and UK Ambassador to the U.S.
By Jill Lawless, Danica Kirka, Associated Press
LONDON — Britain announced Wednesday it will expel 23 Russian diplomats — the biggest such expulsion since the Cold War — and break off high-level contacts with the Kremlin over the nerve-agent attack on a former spy and his daughter…
By Gregory Katz and Nataliya Vasilyeva, Associated Press
Russia on Tuesday dismissed accusations of any involvement in the poisoning of an ex-spy as "nonsense," saying it will only cooperate with a British investigation if it receives samples of the nerve agent believed to have been used.
By Jill Lawless, Associated Press
British Prime Minister Theresa May says Russia will be hit by "extensive" retaliatory measures if Moscow doesn't explain by midnight Tuesday how a Russian-made nerve agent came to poison a former spy in the UK.
In our news wrap Monday, British Prime Minister Theresa May said that it’s highly likely that Russia is behind the poisoning of former Russian spy and his daughter. Also, Syrian civilians tried to flee the embattled suburbs of Damascus, with…
By Associated Press
British Prime Minister Theresa May says the Russian ex-spy poisoned in England was exposed to a military-grade nerve agent of type produced by Russia.
Support Provided By: Learn more
Educate your inbox
Subscribe to Here’s the Deal, our politics newsletter for analysis you won’t find anywhere else.