Trump suggests other countries pay US for protecting tankers

President Donald Trump is suggesting the United States should not protect ships in the strategic Strait of Hormuz without compensation from other countries.

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“How could anyone have imagined that going out for a night would end up being history?”

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“How could anyone have imagined that going out for a night would end up being history?”

Pompeo says US ready right now to resume talks with NKorea

Pompeo says US prepared to resume talks with North Korea "at a moment's notice" if the North signals it wants discussions about denuclearization

Pompeo says US ready right now to resume talks with NKorea

Pompeo says US prepared to resume talks with North Korea "at a moment's notice" if the North signals it wants discussions about denuclearization

Bolton warns Iran not to mistake US ‘prudence’ for weakness

US National Security Adviser John Bolton says Iran should not 'mistake US prudence and discretion for weakness'

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Trump says he’d rather face Biden, isn’t prepared to lose

President Donald Trump says he'd prefer to run for re-election against Joe Biden, suggesting that the former vice president won't be the "great candidate" Hillary Clinton was in 2016.

Ethiopia says coup attempt thwarted, military chief killed

Ethiopia's government foiled a coup attempt in a region outside the capital, Addis Ababa, and the country's military chief was shot dead, announced the country's prime minister on Sunday.

UN food agency members vote to elect new director general

Members of the Food and Agriculture Organization (FAO) have started voting to elect the new head of the United Nation's food agency.

Iranian general warns US against uncontrollable scope of war

Iranian military commander warns conflict with Iran would have uncontrollable consequences across the region and endanger the lives of U.S. forces.

North Korea leader receives ‘excellent’ letter from Trump

North Korea's state-run news agency says President Donald Trump sent the country's leader Kim Jong Un an "excellent" letter.

Sentencing looms in Charlottesville attack; man seeks mercy

The self-avowed white supremacist who plowed his car into counterdemonstrators opposing a white nationalist rally in Virginia two years ago, killing a person, asks judge for mercy as sentencing looms.

'This is the most tragic aircraft incident what we've had': Fiery plane crash claims 9 people on Oahu’s North Shore

A small skydiving plane has crashed in Hawaii on the island of Oahu and officials say all 11 people aboard died.

White House unveils $50 billion Palestinian economic plan

The White House has unveiled the economic portion of its much-anticipated "deal of the century" peace plan for Israel and the Palestinians.

Trump: Military action against Iran still ‘on the table’

The president said he aborted a military strike set for Thursday after learning 150 people would be killed.

Devastated North Carolina town still reeling from Florence

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Criminal justice system at center of swirling debate as gun violence continues in Philly

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Iran summons Emirates’ top envoy over U.S. drone incident

Iran issued a "strong protest" to the UAE diplomat, saying Iran does not tolerate the facilitation of foreign forces that violate its territory, the report by the official IRNA news agency said.

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