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Ukrainian leader Poroshenko suing BBC for libel: lawyer

Kiev - Ukraine's President Petro Poroshenko is suing British broadcaster BBC for libel over an article that said Kiev paid $400,000 to secure a meeting with US leader Donald Trump last year.

Trump announces identities of two sets of N. Korea remains

Washington - President Donald Trump on Thursday announced the names of the first two US troops to be identified after dozens of sets of remains were repatriated from North Korea in July.

Trump on EU's Juncker: 'tough, nasty'

Washington - US President Donald Trump called powerful EU Commission President Jean-Claude Juncker "nasty" on Tuesday -- but that was a compliment."He's tough, he's nasty, the kind of guy I want negotiating for me," Trump told reporters at the White House.

China announces tariffs of 10 percent on 5,000 U.S. items

Beijing - It is turning into a tit-for-tat game as China announced on Tuesday it will impose additional tariffs on U.S. products worth 60 billion U.S. dollars starting Sept. 24 in response to the newly announced U.S. tariffs on Chinese goods.

Trump says no FBI probe needed on Supreme Court pick

Washington - President Donald Trump said Tuesday that there is no need for FBI involvement in the scandal threatening to derail his pick for a coveted place on the US Supreme Court.

Trump orders staff to impose $200 billion more tariffs on China

Washington - US President Donald Trump has instructed his staff to move forward with the next round of $200 billion of tariffs on Chinese goods. This is occurring despite his Treasury secretary’s attempt to restart talks with Beijing.

Leaked video shows Google execs troubled by Trump election

San Francisco - Far-right news website Breitbart on Wednesday posted a leaked video showing Google executives sharing with employees how troubled they were by the election of US President Donald Trump.

As hurricane bears down, Trump... makes it about Trump

Washington - As Hurricane Florence churned towards the US East Coast on Wednesday, Donald Trump assured Americans the government stood ready -- and slipped in some bragging about his handling of monster storms in the past.

Trump spooked Pentagon with almost-sent tweet on N.Korea: Woodward

Washington - US President Donald Trump spooked the Pentagon leadership with a tweet that -- had it been sent -- North Korea would have read as a sign of an imminent US attack, journalist Bob Woodward said in an interview that aired Sunday.

Trump not on the midterms ballot but looms large

Washington - His name will not be on the ballot, but President Donald Trump will be there in spirit when Americans vote in midterm elections in November.

Trump calls on Apple to move production from China to US

Washington - US President Donald Trump called Saturday for Apple to make its products in the US instead of China to avoid suffering the consequences of his trade war with Beijing.

Op-Ed: Trump threatens auto tariffs that would be 'ruination' of Canada

Just as the "Big Bad Wolf" threatened to blow down the houses of the Three Little Pigs in the fairy tale, U.S. President Donald Trump is threatening to cause the 'ruination" of Canada if it does not come to an agreement on NAFTA.

Trump urges US attorney general to probe anonymous op-ed

Fargo - Donald Trump on Friday urged his attorney general to investigate the anonymous author of a damning op-ed, escalating his long-running battles with the media and highlighting his suspicions that people are seeking to overthrow his presidency.

Three questions on Trump official's anonymous critique

Washington - The publication of a searing New York Times op-ed by an unnamed Trump administration senior official describing the president as amoral and making "reckless decisions" has thrown the White House into unprecedented turmoil.

Mattis in the spotlight amid new book claims

New Delhi - US Defense Secretary Jim Mattis is not a fan of appearing on television and he would rather not see his name in the newspaper.

Trump calls on Times to reveal 'coward' behind critical op-ed

Washington - Donald Trump on Thursday called on the New York Times to reveal the name of the "coward" who wrote an explosive, anonymous article that has plunged his presidency into its worst crisis yet.

'TREASON?' asks Trump as senior official says staff are against him

Washington - A furious Donald Trump called Wednesday for the unmasking of an anonymous senior official who wrote in the New York Times that top members of his administration were undermining the president to curb his "misguided impulses.

Anonymous official says Trump staff working against 'amoral' president

Washington - Top members of Donald Trump's administration are so alarmed by the president's "erratic" and "amoral" behavior that they are actively working to undermine him, an anonymous "senior official" wrote in The New York Times Wednesday.

Trump attacks Nike as new Kaepernick ad revealed

Washington - President Donald Trump attacked Nike over its support of Colin Kaepernick on Wednesday as the first video advert featuring the former San Francisco 49ers quarterback was unveiled.

Damning Woodward book depicts 'Crazytown' Trump White House

Washington - President Donald Trump's White House is mired in a perpetual "nervous breakdown" with staff battling to rein in the worst impulses of an angry, paranoid leader, according to an explosive new book by veteran reporter Bob Woodward.

Damning Woodward book depicts 'crazytown' Trump White House

Washington - The White House under President Donald Trump is mired in a perpetual "nervous breakdown" with staff constantly seeking to control a leader whose anger and paranoia can paralyze operations for days, according to a new book by Bob Woodward.

Trump threatens Congress — Stay out of my plans for NAFTA

U.S. President Donald Trump warned Congress on Saturday not to interfere with his plans for a new North American Free Trade Agreement or he would cancel the deal entirely.

Trump to skip Asian regional summits, Pence to travel instead

Washington - US President Donald Trump will not attend regional summits with Asian allies in November but will send Vice President Mike Pence instead, the White House announced Friday.

Canada-U.S. NAFTA negotiations come down to the wire

Washington - The Trump administration is pushing Canada to give ground on its politically sensitive dairy sector as talks to revise the North American Free Trade Agreement approach a U.S.-imposed deadline of Friday for a tentative deal.

Trump warns of violent change if Republicans lose midterms

Washington - US President Donald Trump warned evangelical leaders that if Republicans lose control of Congress in the midterm elections, Democrats will institute change "quickly and violently," The New York Times has reported.

Trump warns tech giants, stepping up attacks claiming 'bias'

Washington - President Donald Trump stepped up attacks on big tech firms Tuesday, warning Facebook, Google and Twitter to be "careful," hours after slamming what he called "rigged" internet search results.

Google defends its practices against Trump's charge of bias

Washington - The U.S. President is fond of attacking the media and using the phrase 'fake news'. This week he has turned his attentions to Google's Internet search engine. Google has refuted the charges.

Trump says Google is 'rigged' with bad news about him

Washington - President Donald Trump took aim Tuesday at Google, claiming that news search results were "rigged" against him, which prompted a White House aide to suggest the administration may look at regulating the huge internet platform.

Trump, under pressure to honor McCain, orders flags to half-staff

Washington - Donald Trump bowed to pressure Monday to honor the late John McCain, ordering that flags be lowered to half-staff across the country, as the late senator fired a parting shot at the president in a farewell message to the United States.

US-Mexico trade deal: What's under the hood?

Washington - Mexico and the United States announced a revised trade deal on Monday, after a year of sometimes fraught negotiations.
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