Taliban negotiators to meet their US counterparts on Monday in Pakistan.
US and Indian government officials pressed on with talks to resolve their differences.
US Vice President praises Poland for “protecting the telecoms sector from China”.
The EU adds Saudi Arabia, Panama and four US territories to a blacklist.
If the US fails to adequately signal its security commitment to South Korea and links its excessive financial demands to the possibility of a US Forces Korea withdrawal, Seoul may question Washington on the durability of their alliance, argues Se Young Jang.
The US Congress aims to end a dispute over border security.
N Korea is unlikely to give up all its nuclear weapons, suggests top US commander.
South Korea disclaims Trump’s comment to pay $500 million to maintain US troops.
US job openings surged to a record high in December.
US Treasury Secretary said he hopes for “productive” trade meetings in China.
The world’s most infamous cartel boss Joaquin “El Chapo” Guzman, is found guilty.
The worry is that the US Fifth Fleet will one day sail for home from the Persian Gulf, leaving China to step into US shoes.
The Iranians march and burn US flags to mark the revolution’s 40th anniversary.
US lawmakers reached a deal on border security funding that could help avert another partial shutdown due to start.
Trump says that US diplomats had a “very productive meeting” with N Korean officials.
India could lose a zero tariffs on $5.6 billion of exports to the US.
Acting US Attorney General Matthew Whitaker snapped back at newly emboldened Democrats in Congress.
China will hold a new round of high-level economic and trade consultations with a US government delegation in Beijing on February 14 and 15.
US negotiators to press China on longstanding demands related to US companies.
The US is suspending its participation in the INF treaty, with an eye to full withdrawal in six months. That does not bode well for the future – and especially not for peace in Europe.
The Pentagon is deploying 3,750 more active-duty troops to the US-Mexico border.
China-US trade talks in Washington that ended brought the two countries closer. Washington and Beijing have engaged in constructive negotiations over the trade balance, technology transfer,
The US-China trade talks had a “good vibe”, says a White House economic adviser.
A new US-funded programme seeks to strengthen food security in the country by developing the local aquaculture industry.
A US envoy aims to meet with North Korean officials on or around Feb. 4.
For any US city, hosting the Super Bowl is the dream: A chance to attract thousands of tourists and capture the national spotlight.
The New York Times reported on Saturday that the US government has defined 5G competition as a “new arms race”.
It has survived three US presidents – George W. Bush, Barack Obama, Donald Trump – and it endeavours to carry on until the next new (hopefully, fingers crossed) US president.
The continuing government shutdown is a dangerous disgrace that is perplexing to observe, particularly for people outside the US. But as in many other instances, Donald Trump is only exacerbating a festering problem.
The Int’l Monetary Fund cuts its global growth forecasts for the 2nd time in 3 months.