The Associated Press

Caroline Glick: Trump Meets a Weakened Vladimir Putin July 16

When Russian President Vladimir Putin gave the green light to Russian aerial bombing of rebel-held positions in southwestern Syria two weeks ago, he knew he was asking for trouble. And he appears to be getting plenty of it.

White House hunts leaker after Trump congratulates Putin

John Bolton, Kremlin Agree on Date and Time for Trump-Putin Summit

National Security Adviser John Bolton helped finalize a time and place for a meeting between U.S. President Donald Trump and his Russian counterpart Vladimir Putin on Monday. The Kremlin confirmed it would announce summit details on Thursday.

The Associated Press

Donald Trump Calls for Total Tariff Removals at G7 Summit

“That’s the way it should be, no tariffs, no barriers, and no subsidies,” Trump said, referring to his former college education. “That’s the way you learned at the Wharton school of finance.”

An office worker is silhouetted against the financial district while tourists sit by the waterfront, Friday, Feb. 19, 2010 in Singapore. Singapore raised its 2010 GDP forecast and now expects the city-state's economy to grow as much as 6.5 percent after contracting last year. (AP Photo/Wong Maye-E)

Singapore Braces for Historic Trump-Kim Summit on June 12

SINGAPORE — The tiny, balmy city-state island of Singapore is bracing for a historic summit between President Trump and North Korean leader Kim Jong-un slated to take place there in just one week, on June 12.


Trump: North Korea Meeting Could Happen in Korean DMZ

President Donald Trump told reporters on Monday afternoon that he has proposed the demilitarized zone (DMZ) between North and South Korea as a potential location for a U.S.-North Korea denuclearization summit.

Obama shrugs

White House Statement on ‘Violent Extremism’ Omits Islam

On Sunday, as world leaders gathered for an anti-terror rally in Paris, France, the Obama administration announced that it would convene a global “Summit on Countering Violent Extremism” on Feb. 18. The White House released a statement describing the summit agenda, which failed to mention Islam, radical Islam, or anything related to the actual ideology motivating the Paris attacks.