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Five reasons Trump’s widow story stings

Welcome to day three of the Donald Trump condolence-call story. It started bad, with the president questioning the way his predecessors dealt with the families...

Trump was insensitive in call to widow – soldier’s mother

The mother of a US soldier who was killed in action has backed a congresswoman's claim that President Donald Trump showed insensitivity during a...

What do Trump’s words on Iran mean for US/UK relations?

There was a time when President Trump's refusal to certify the Iran nuclear deal would have sent the British foreign policy establishment into a...

Harvey Weinstein: US and UK police launch investigations

US and UK police have launched investigations into sexual assault allegations against the film producer Harvey Weinstein. The New York Police Department is looking into...

How can US rapist win joint custody of victim’s child?

The case of a Michigan man awarded joint legal custody of a child whose mother he sexually assaulted when she was 12 has provoked...

Thaad: US to sell $15bn missile defence to Saudi Arabia

The US government has approved the sale to Saudi Arabia of its advanced Terminal High-Altitude Area Defense (Thaad) missile defence system. The State Department said...

US Cuba: Washington expels diplomats over ‘acoustic attacks’

The US has expelled 15 Cuban diplomats, saying Havana failed to protect US diplomats from mysterious acoustic attacks. Cuba's Foreign Minister Bruno Rodriguez called the...

US pulls staff from Cuba over ‘specific attacks’

The US is withdrawing more than half of its staff at its embassy in Cuba in response to mysterious attacks which left its diplomats...

US health secretary Tom Price quits after plane scandal

US Health Secretary Tom Price has resigned over the use of expensive private planes for official business. He previously apologised after making 26 private flights...

‘Stick to the deal,’ says Kremlin as US poised to curb...

The US may scrap a transparency deal with Russia, believing that Moscow is not in compliance with its terms, General Dunford said. Moscow suggested...

Trump: US would destroy North Korea if forced to defend itself

US President Donald Trump has told the UN General Assembly that America would destroy North Korea if forced to defend itself or its allies. In...

North Korea threatens US with ‘greatest pain’ after UN sanctions

North Korea has threatened the United States with the "greatest pain" it has ever suffered following new sanctions imposed by the United Nations. Pyongyang's envoy...

Will ‘Dreamers’ now be deported?

US Attorney General Jeff Sessions has announced that President Donald Trump will scrap an Obama-era programme that had allowed some young undocumented immigrants to...

Daca Dreamers: Obama slams axing of young migrant scheme

Former US President Barack Obama has attacked the Trump administration for scrapping his scheme to protect young undocumented migrants from deportation. The Deferred Action for...

Trump travel ban: People denied entry to US can reapply

People denied entry to the US under Donald Trump's first travel ban can now reapply for visas following a legal settlement reached in a...

US hands out first contracts for border wall prototypes

Four companies have been chosen to build prototypes for Donald Trump's planned border wall, US Customs and Border Protection (CBP) said. The four concrete prototypes...

US orders Russia to close consulate and two annexes

Russia has been ordered to close its San Francisco consulate and two trade missions in response to "unwarranted" Russian action, the US has said. The...

Sixteen US staff in Cuba hurt in ‘acoustic attack’

At least 16 US government employees suffered symptoms after a possible acoustic attack targeting the US embassy in Cuba, the state department says. Several staff...

Donald Trump softens tone to urge ‘a new unity’

US President Donald Trump has called for a "new unity", a day after a campaign-style rally in which he attacked political foes and media. Speaking...

Pennsylvania couple sees ‘Jesus’ in ultrasound of baby

A US couple says they can see Jesus Christ watching over their child in a pregnancy ultrasound. The Pennsylvania pair said a man dressed in...

Cuban diplomats expelled by US amid ‘hearing loss’ claims

Washington has expelled two Cuban diplomats after US embassy staff in Havana suffered mysterious physical symptoms, the US state department said. It was not immediately...

US stocks fall on North Korea fears

Wall Street stocks fell on Tuesday afternoon after Donald Trump said North Korea "will be met with fire and fury" if it threatens the...

North Korea vows to retaliate against US over sanctions

North Korea has vowed to retaliate and make "the US pay a price" for drafting fresh UN sanctions over its banned nuclear weapons programme. The...

Marijuana company buys entire US town to create ‘cannabis-friendly municipality’

A company which makes cannabis products has bought an entire town in California and plans to turn it into a "destination" for marijuana. American Green...

US attorney general says four charged in crackdown on leaks

The US attorney general has said four people have been charged over leaks as the Trump administration launched a crackdown on embarrassing disclosures. Jeff Sessions...

NHS cyber-defender Marcus Hutchins charged in US

The British cyber-security researcher who stalled WannaCry cyber-attack that hit the NHS has been arrested and charged in a US cyber-crime case. Marcus Hutchins, 23,...

US immigration proposals: What’s in the Raise Act?

US President Donald Trump has backed proposals for changes to the country's immigration law. The changes in the Raise Act (the initials stand for Reforming...

Canada opens Montreal Olympic Stadium for migrants from US

Montreal is temporarily opening its Olympic Stadium as a shelter to host a sudden increase in asylum seekers arriving from the US. More than 4,300...

North Korea: US not seeking regime change, says Rex Tillerson

The US government is not seeking a regime change in North Korea, the secretary of state says, amid tensions over Pyongyang's weapons programme. "We're not...

US imposes sanctions on Venezuelan leader Nicolás Maduro

The US government has branded Venezuela's President Nicolás Maduro "a dictator" and frozen any US assets, after he held a controversial poll. Under the sanctions,...

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