NBC News's Jay Gray reports President Donald Trump is back in Washington where he is expected to announce stronger border measures and a new executive order on the controversial travel ban.
No-one in France's business sector believes populist presidential candidate Marine Le Pen will win the presidency; Publicis CEO.
Italy poses the greatest threat to the euro area's stability in spite of the impending presidential elections in France; Deutsche Bank.
Michael Flynn was sent a sealed proposal detailing a way to lift sanctions against Russia just a week before he resigned; New York Times report.
Unlike previous years, the estate tax — which very few families pay — might actually die this time, The New York Times reports.
European countries should simply increase their defense spending and adhere to the NATO alliance as Trump has demanded; Finland's President told CNBC.
The White House could be set to announce Crossroads Media founder Michael Dubke as its Communications Director, according to a CNN report.
Daniel Shapiro, former U.S. ambassador to Israel, says Arab nations will not accept a single state solution.
Robert Satloff of the The Washington Institute for Near East Policy weighs in on President Trump's statement on the "two state solution."
The race to become governor of Indonesia's capital was neck and neck in early counting on Wednesday sample counts showed.
Israel and Washington share rosy ties but the rest of President Trump's Middle East policy is less certain, says Emily Hawthorne, analyst at Stratfor.
UK PM Theresa May has formally rejected a petition urging the British government to cancel a planned state visit by President Donald Trump.
In the run-up to the Trump-Abe summit, the Japanese were repeating that America's trade deficit with Japan was much smaller now.
CNBC's Jackie DeAngelis discusses the day's activity in the commodities markets.
Elections in the Netherlands, France and potentially Greece over the coming months could all prompt exit talks from the European Union.
The EC said Monday that uncertainty over U.S. policies, Brexit and elections in Germany and France would take their toll on the euro zone economy.
Jun Saito of the Japan Center for Economic Research says U.S.-Japan ties got off to a good start but there could be surprises ahead.
U.S. President Donald Trump has told Chinese President Xi Jinping that the White House will respect the "One China" policy.
Trump's order temporarily banning entry to people from seven Muslim-majority countries is wrong; UK PM Theresa May said Thursday.
Italy could have snap elections as soon as June with three of the four major parties tapping into anti-euro sentiment in the country.