President Trump began his second overseas trip in Poland by doing something he was criticized for not doing on his first: offering America's full commitment to the NATO alliance. The president also declared that the West would triumph over its…
By Ken Thomas and Darlene Superville, Associated Press
As U.S. investigations into Russia's meddling forge ahead, Trump is under intense scrutiny for how he handles his first face-to-face session with Putin.
Nearly one in three Americans think Trump has committed ethics violations, and another 25 percent believe he has broken the law, according to a PBS NewsHour/NPR/Marist College poll.
By Vivian Salama and Ken Thomas, Associated Press
President Donald Trump heads back to Europe hoping to receive a friendly welcome in Poland despite lingering skepticism across the continent over his commitment to NATO and his decision to pull the U.S. out of a major climate agreement.
By Josh Lederman, Associated Press
The United States and Russia worked Monday to restore a key diplomatic channel between the two clashing nations,…
By Ken Thomas, Associated Press and Vivian Salama, Associated Press
The White House says President Donald Trump will meet with Russian President Vladimir Putin at the G-20 summit next week in Germany.
By Robert Burns, Associated Press
The Pentagon said it detected "active preparations" by Syria for a chemical weapons attack, giving weight to a White House statement hours earlier that the Syrian government would "pay a heavy price" if it carried out such an attack.
By Vivian Salama, Associated Press
But the meeting is exposing deep divisions within the administration on the best way to approach Moscow in the midst of an ongoing investigation into Russian meddling in the U.S. elections.
By Richard Lardner and Deb Riechmann, Associated Press
WASHINGTON — Current and former government officials painted a sinister portrait Wednesday of Russian cyberattacks on the United States aimed at interfering in the U.S. presidential election last year. Moscow stockpiled stolen information and selectively disseminated it during the campaign…
By Richard Lardner, Associated Press
The Republican-led Senate voted decisively to punish Moscow for interfering in the 2016 election by approving a wide-ranging sanctions package that targets key sectors of Russia's economy and individuals who carried out cyber attacks.
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