Americans in Singapore during the summit between President Donald Trump and North Korean leader Kim Jong Un lined the streets near the summit hotel to glimpse the two leaders.
Medill News Service reporter Anna Kook covers the summit between President Donald Trump and North Korean leader Kim Jong-Un.
With the North Atlantic Treaty Organization’s annual summit next month quickly approaching, some NATO experts say that President Donald Trump’s recent, precedent-shattering foreign policy decisions could have both short and long-term repercussions, including decreasing the effectiveness of the July 12 Brussels gathering and the unintended bolstering of Russia’s global agenda.
With the North Atlantic Treaty Organization’s annual summit next month quickly approaching, some NATO experts say that President Donald Trump’s recent, precedent-shattering foreign policy decisions could have both short and long-term repercussions, including decreasing the effectiveness of the July 12 Brussels gathering and the unintended bolstering of Russia’s global agenda.read more
WASHINGTON -- Healthcare organizations based in Boston hope to expand their clinical partnership to engage more veterans with mental health and substance use diagnoses. The groups unveiled the initiative Thursday at the annual conference of the National Coalition for...read more
North Korean defector on his experience living inside a North Korean prison camp and his views on Kim Jong Un’s recent diplomatic strategies.read more
Secretary of State Mike Pompeo testifies before the House Foreign Affairs Committee on his policy priorities and budget proposal for 2019.read more
President Donald Trump said Thursday that the United States is moving forward with North Korean summit plans despite his belief that China has influenced Kim Jong-un to scale back enthusiasm for the meeting.
Three Americans arrived home after being held hostage in North Korea for about a year. They were welcomed by President Trump joined by First Lady Melania Trump and Secretary of State Mike Pompeo.
An in-depth interview with U.S.-Korea policy expert Scott Snyder on what to expect from the upcoming Summit between President Trump and Kim Jong Un.
WASHINGTON –U.S. military presence in northeast Asia is crucial in forming a forceful alliance against nuclear and missile threats from North Korea, Japanese defense leaders said Thursday on a visit to the United States capital. Members of Japan’s Liberal Democratic...
WASHINGTON--The Pentagon said in a press briefing Thursday that last week’s retaliatory strikes in Syria significantly reduced the likelihood of Syria using chemical weapons any time soon. Marine Lt. Gen. Kenneth McKenzie said that air surveillance shows probable...
As President Donald Trump continues to convey conflicting messages on whether his administration will launch missile strikes in Syria after an apparent chemical attack that left approximately 70 dead, some lawmakers Thursday demanded Congress vote to authorize any new use of American military force.
Immigration authorities call for continued federal support along border, citing 2,000-agent shortage
WASHINGTON—Even as hundreds more National Guard troops from several states deploy this week to the U.S. border with Mexico, immigration authorities warned Thursday thousands of additional people will be needed. “Right now the National Guard is absolutely necessary. We...
WASHINGTON -- Two former American diplomats who played a key role in the Six Party Talks with North Korea and have worked for both Democratic and Republican presidents, warned President Trump on Thursday to make no compromise on sanctions during his upcoming summit...
Sen. Brian Schatz of Hawaii brought officials together to figure out how to prevent false emergency alerts, like the false missile attack alert earlier this year.