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US president’s move reignites tensions with key ally only a month after new North American trade pact took effect.
The planned tour by the secretary of state comes after the Pentagon last week laid out a plan to shift nearly 12,000 troops out of Germany.
The US president’s re-election campaign also wants to add a debate to the calendar.
Juan Carlos faces allegations of tax evasion and money laundering.
President’s attack comes after top White House officials admonished House Speaker Nancy Pelosi for undermining trust in Covid-19 task force coordinator.
The White House coronavirus task force coordinator said she had respect for Pelosi, while urging precautions as Covid-19 became ‘extraordinarily widespread’.
The fraudulent scheme hacked Twitter accounts of people like Joe Biden, Bill Gates and Kanye West.
Republican political activist had attended Trump’s Tulsa rally in June, two weeks before his coronavirus diagnosis.
US gross domestic product shrank a record 32.9 per cent on the year in the second quarter amid the coronavirus fallout.
Lawmaker Louie Gohmert was pre-screened before planned Texas trip with US President Donald Trump; he was seen in close contact with Attorney General William Barr the previous day.
Senate Democrats are welcoming the Secretary of State’s long-delayed testimony on Thursday with a report harshly critical of his leadership.
Rivals for the vice-presidential nod are growing nervous that the former national security adviser has a powerful edge – her relationship with Joe Biden.
Original host University of Notre Dame pulled out of event, which will see Trump and Democratic rival Joe Biden face off in two months.
US president’s prime-time nomination speech will be moved online, as state continues to grapple with surge in Covid-19 cases.
Result comes ahead of US president’s planned trip to New Jersey on Marine One this weekend.
Consul general Cai Wei says office is operating normally today and will continue to do so ‘until further notice’.
The US president said he took the cognitive test after critics questioned his mental acuity.
The presumptive Democratic presidential nominee made the claim in response to Trump’s use of the terms ‘China virus’ and ‘kung flu’.
A survey from ABC News and The Washington Post is the latest high-quality poll to show Biden with a double-digit lead.
Protests in the Oregon city have been continuing since the death of George Floyd, but the mayor wants federal officials to leave Portland.
Government aid propping up the economy could soon disappear and schools are scrambling their plans — just before a key stretch of the general election
City’s top health official recently said president’s campaign event ‘more than likely’ contributed to surge in cases.
Experts warn subsidies to blunt pain of coronavirus pandemic and US-China trade war are growing too big and too fast, will be difficult to roll back.
President’s social media adviser posts image depicting top US disease expert as a gushing tap drowning Uncle Sam with demands to close schools and impose lockdowns.
US President Donald Trump last week granted clemency to his former adviser, who was found guilty of lying to Congress, obstruction and witness tampering.
Concerns about alleged espionage by Chinese firms and human rights abuses have given rise to demands for complete rethink of UK’s position.
The Purple Heart recipient has captured the imagination of donors and the Biden team.
Robert O'Brien and Matthew Pottinger will meet with counterparts from the United Kingdom, France, Germany and Italy.
Record 67 per cent of those surveyed disapprove of how US president handled pandemic response.
Franck Riester is now the minister of state for external trade and ‘economic’ attractiveness.