WASHINGTON (AP) — President Donald Trump had an apparent glitch Friday afternoon at an Oval Office signing for pair of executive orders: After touting the measures, he neglected to sign them.
UNITED NATIONS (AP) — The United States wants China to prove that it is really seeking to stop North Korea’s nuclear testing with actions — and that’s what President Donald Trump will be pressing China’s President Xi Jinping to do when they meet in Florida next week, U.S. Ambassador Nikki Haley said Thursday.
International Business Machines Corporation IBM recently announced that it has obtained a patent for a machine learning system, which is capable of switching control of an autonomous vehicle between a vehicle control processor and a human driver at the time of an emergency.
By Michelle NicholsUNITED NATIONS (Reuters) – Nikki Haley has made a tough-talking debut as U.S. President Donald Trump’s envoy to the United Nations but her counterparts on the powerful Security Council are waiting to see if that will translate into policies differing from those of the Obama administration on crises from South Sudan and Somalia to Yemen and North Korea.
The 21-year-old getaway driver in the Oklahoma home invasion shooting that resulted in three deaths collapsed into tears as she spoke out about the break-in gone wrong.
U.S. Secretary of State Rex Tillerson has told Turkey that tough decisions lie ahead in the fight to take back key cities from the Islamic State militant group (ISIS) in Syria as the two nations wrangle over the role of Kurdish forces.
RALEIGH, N.C. (AP) — North Carolina’s deal to undo its “bathroom bill” is receiving both complaints and applause, along with one big vote of confidence that could pump tens of millions of dollars into the state’s economy.
The heir to the Red Bull billions on Thursday again snubbed Thai prosecutors over a five-year-old hit-and-run incident that killed a policeman, the latest delay to a case that has become a byword for impunity enjoyed by the country’s rich.
ANKARA, March 30 (Reuters) – Turkish President Tayyip Erdogan on Thursday stressed the importance of working with “right and legitimate” actors in the fight against terrorism during a meeting with U.S. Secretary of State Rex Tillerson, sources in Erdogan’s office said.
The Senate Intelligence Committee heard during a wide-ranging hearing on Thursday — its first into Russian interference in the 2016 election — that Russian operatives launched a sophisticated, broad campaign that targeted not just the election but sought to deepen division and sow distrust in Western society, and that the worst of the “active measures” campaign may be yet to come.