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To the editor: President Trump's meeting in June with North Korean leader Kim Jong Un did little to change the direction of that dictator's nuclear weapons program. But meeting with the president of the United States gave Kim the big boost he wanted. Compare this to Trump's summit with Russian... [Read More]
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The US government reportedly spent more than $60,000 on President Donald Trump's weekend stay at his Turnberry resort. The episode is the latest example of the president mixing government business with his personal business. The US government spent more than $60,000 on President Donald Trump's weekend stay at his Turnberry resort in Scotland, The Scotsman newspaper reported Tuesday. The Scotsman reviewed spending records that showed the government spent about $61,000 on accommodations for Trump and his staff at his organization's Scottish golf club. The payments were made by the State Department to SLC Turnberry Limited,... [Read More]
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'Speechless'... [Read More]
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For Vladimir Putin, holding a summit with Donald Trump was a victory in itself. While the U.S. leader went home to widespread criticism after their Monday meeting, the Russian president came home to universal praise in Moscow... [Read More]
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Handout/Reuters An explosion from the Kilauea volcano in Hawaii sent a lava bomb through the roof of a tour boat on Monday, injuring 23 people. Video footage shows passengers watching erupted lava mix with the Pacific Ocean shortly before an explosion sent the lava bomb their way. There's some debate as to whether the boat was outside of a safety zone established by the Hawaiian coastguard. Although still engaging in some curious volcanological behavior, Kilauea's not making international headlines anymore, partly because its eruption has somewhat settled into a consistent pattern. ... [Read More]
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With scant progress on denuclearization and crippling sanctions still hobbling economy, Kim may blame subordinates... [Read More]
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Chris McGrath/Getty Images National-security experts have reached a consensus: Russian President Vladimir Putin played US President Donald Trump like a fiddle during their summit in Helsinki on Monday. When asked whether he believed Putin or the US intelligence community on Russian interference, Trump said he didn't "see any reason why it would be" Russia, and that "Putin was extremely strong and powerful in his denial." One intel veteran and longtime former CIA spy said he wasn't surprised by Trump's fawning over Putin, because "it's becoming more and more clear that Trump is either a witting or unwitting... [Read More]
North Korea leader Kim Jong Un launched -- not a missile -- but an unusual public attack on his own officials during inspections of several ongoing projects in the Hermit Kingdom, visits he said that left him "appalled" and "speechless" due to a lack of progress and attention to detail. [Read More]
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REUTERS/Leonhard Foeger President Donald Trump said his Monday meeting with Russian President Vladimir Putin in Helsinki, Finland was "better" than his summit last week with NATO allies in Brussels. Trump has come under fire for seemingly favoring Russia, a US adversary, over NATO allies. In a Tuesday morning tweet, President Donald Trump said his closed-door meeting with Russian President Vladimir Putin in Helsinki, Finland on Monday was "better" than his summit last week with NATO allies in Brussels. "While I had a great meeting with NATO, raising vast amounts of money, I had... [Read More]
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Sarah Schmalbruch / INSIDER We tried ice cream sandwiches from three different brands to see which one tasted best. The brands we sampled were Nestle, Fat Boy, and 365 Everyday Value. Fat Boy was our least favorite because it was the most expensive, but also tasted the most artificial. 365 Everyday Value came in second, because while it's the best bargain and has the tastiest ice cream, we thought the cookie was particularly flavorless. Nestle won because its cookie was the most chocolatey, and its ice cream was pretty good too. Ice cream sandwiches... [Read More]
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Kim Jong Un expressed anger after making a surprise visit to North Korean industrial sites, an unusual move for the leader. [Read More]
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AP Photo/Pablo Martinez Monsivais On the flight home from Helsinki, Finland, President Donald Trump tweeted a message that backtracked on his comments questioning US intelligence agencies. He said he had 'GREAT confidence" in intelligence agencies, hours after questioning their conclusions in a joint press conference with Russian President Vladimir Putin. White House press secretary Sarah Huckabee Sanders delivered journalists aboard the flight sheets of paper with the tweet typed out because the press cabin doesn't have WiFi. With no internet in the press cabin of Air Force One, journalists are handed tweets from President... [Read More]
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Theresa May's Brexit plans are in chaos after the prime minister suffers simultaneous rebellions from both Remain and Leave wings of her party. The Prime Minister accepts amendment to her Customs Bill that will effectively make her own Brexit policy illegal. Conservative Remainers threaten to force the UK to stay int he customs union. May tries to trigger Parliament's summer break five days earlier in order to prevent a leadership battle. LONDON — British politics is catching its breath today after one of the most chaotic days in recent history Over the course of the... [Read More]
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Field visits by North Korea's strongman are common but this time he is "appalled" by what he sees. [Read More]
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North Korean leader Kim Jong Un has blasted local officials over a delayed construction project, state media reported Tuesday, his second such rebuke over the economy in recent weeks. [Read More]
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The number of people in jobs in the United Kingdom reached a record high between March and May this year, the Office for National Statistics confirmed on Tuesday. The ONS said that there were 32.4 million people in work during the period. Unemployment also fell, with 12,000 people fewer out of work than in the previous period. More follows ... SEE ALSO: Two drivers mean that the pound is set for a blockbuster finish to 2018 Join the conversation about this story » ... [Read More]
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The official Brexit campaign has been referred to the Metropolitan Police after being found to have committed "serious breaches" of electoral law. The Electoral Commission found that Vote Leave, fronted by the current Education Secretary Michael Gove and the former Foreign Secretary, Boris Johnson, broke strict spending limits during the EU referendum. The Commission's investigation "found significant evidence of joint working between the lead campaigner, Vote Leave and another campaign group BeLeave."See the rest of the story at Business Insider NOW WATCH: North Korean defector: Kim Jong Un 'is a terrorist' See Also:Trump accuses May of letting down... [Read More]
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State media say that North Korean leader Kim Jong Un has harshly reprimanded local officials over a delayed construction project. [Read More]
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Chris McGrath/Getty Images President Donald Trump's soft stance towards Russia and Vladimir Putin reportedly caught the White House by surprise. A White House official told The Washington Post that they had prepared for Trump to publicly "push" Putin and make himself "look good" in the process. There were concerns that Putin could influence Trump during their one-on-one meeting. Trump also held a private meeting with North Korean leader Kim Jong Un, which may have contributed to the two countries' different understandings of their summit's outcome. President Donald Trump's press conference with Russian President Vladimir... [Read More]
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Kim Jong-un "will never give up" developing nuclear weapons, according to a prominent North Korean dissident, who says President Trump's energies would be better spent calling the rogue government in Pyongyang out over its disastrous human rights record. It's the least Mr. Trump could do if he's serious about continuing ... [Read More]
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