New Details Emerge of Afghan Middleman In Russian Bounty Case
As more information comes to light on the Russian bounty case, the White House provides its version of events.
Hong Kong Wakes Up To a New Order Under Beijing
As Hong Kong’s authorities mark the 23rd anniversary of the British handover, China's new national security law has sparked fear—and protests—across the territory.
Is Israel’s July 1 Annexation Deadline About to Shift?
Benny Gantz told U.S. negotiators that a July 1 date to begin annexing parts of the West Bank is not “sacred.” Netanyahu has dismissed the comment.
Coronavirus Cases Surpass 10 Million, With 500,000 Dead
With the number of coronavirus infections rising across the United States, it’s too soon to tell whether the death toll will rise along with it.
U.S. Breaks Record for Daily Coronavirus Cases 102 Days After First Lockdown
Faced with growing cases nationwide, the White House coronavirus task force will host its first public briefing in over seven weeks.
Russia Begins Vote to Extend Putin’s Rule
The one-week referendum has citizens vote yes or no on a whole set of amendments, including one to restart the president’s term limit clock.
Poland’s President Visits White House Before Tight Election
The Polish president is in an unexpectedly tight race, can Trump lend a hand?
Targeting Foreign Workers, Trump Signs Sweeping Immigration Ban
The Trump administration fulfilled a long-held goal of halting various types of U.S. work visas under the guise of protecting American workers.
China Suspends U.S. Poultry Imports After Coronavirus Outbreak at Tyson Plant
The move follows a ban on a German pork exporter on Thursday as China cracks down on imports from coronavirus-stricken facilities.
South Korean Minister Resigns Amid Worsening Ties With North
South Korean Unification Minister Kim Yeon-chul resigned on Friday after failing to mend ties between North and South in latest spat.
New Bolton Book Suggests U.S.-China Feud Is Trumped Up
A new book from former National Security Advisor John Bolton shows a Trump eager to get into Xi Jinping’s good graces.
China and India Trade Blame For Deadly Mountain Clashes
Is this a pressure valve releasing, or the start of a more intense conflict?
Trump Is Withdrawing U.S. Troops From Germany. Do Germans Care?
Although it’s a sign of fraying U.S.-German ties, the move is unlikely to bother Germans.
U.S. Protests Continue After Atlanta Police Shooting
The killing of Rayshard Brooks by Atlanta police sparked a new wave of protests against racist police violence.
Reality Strikes the Stock Market
With fears of second waves and warnings from Fed Chairman Jerome Powell, the stock market has finally taken a dip after a weeks-long rally.
As Coronavirus Recedes in Europe, Citizens Demand Answers
As the virus wanes in some countries, grieving families want to know how it all went so wrong.
Will There Still Be a Taliban To Negotiate With?
Reports of a fractured Taliban spell trouble for an Afghan government “fully ready” to talk.
The Coronavirus Isn’t Going Away
Despite some coronavirus fatigue in the West, the WHO just recorded the highest daily number of coronavirus cases of the pandemic so far.
U.S. Protests Have Ignited a Worldwide Call for Justice
The George Floyd protests are forcing authorities to confront their own failings on racism, and not just in the United States.
How High Will the U.S. Unemployment Rate Go?
As officials announce the latest monthly unemployment report and the stock market continues to rise, economists debate whether the worst has passed.
Generals Denounce Trump’s Protest Crackdown Plan
U.S. President Donald Trump wants a military response to street protests, but his chief military advisor thinks otherwise.