The U.S. should have gotten a better reading of North Korea's intentions since Secretary of State Mike Pompeo met with Kim Jong Un, said Christopher Hill, former ambassador to South Korea under President George W. Bush. » Read More
North Korea's vice foreign minister Kim Kye Gwan said the North is open to resolving issues with the United States whenever and however. » Read More
By: Kevin Breuninger
The senior White House advisor was interviewed for a second time by the special counsel last month. » Read More
By: John Harwood
The collapse of a scheduled nuclear summit makes it hard to avoid the conclusion that, on North Korea, President Trump didn't know what he was doing, CNBC's John Harwood writes. » Read More
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Elliott Broidy's agreement to pay $1.6 million to former Playboy Playmate Shera Bechard was arranged by Michael Cohen, the longtime personal lawyer for President Donald Trump.
CBO says Trump's budget would produce deficits of $9.5 trillion over the coming decade.
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Europe is preparing measures to protect its companies from U.S. sanctions on Iran, and the fallout is hard to predict.
The award will make Slabinksi the 12th recipient of the Medal of Honor for bravery displayed in battle in Afghanistan.
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Thomas Hubbard, former top U.S. diplomat to South Korea, says a meeting between the U.S. and North Korea was "doomed from the outset."
The measure designed to ease rules on all but the largest U.S. banks passed both chambers of Congress with bipartisan support.
Touting a "greatly enhanced" American military, Trump warned Kim against taking "foolish or reckless" action.
A South Korean presidential office spokesman said they "are trying to figure out what President Trump's intention is and the exact meaning of it."
Republican lawmakers saw the meeting with Kim Jong Un as potentially treacherous or doomed to fail.
The regulations were applied in the Dodd-Frank bill after the financial crisis of the last decade.
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"Sadly, based on the tremendous anger and open hostility displayed in your most recent statement, I feel it is inappropriate, at this time, to have this long-planned meeting," Trump writes to Kim.
The U.S. is looking at alternatives to the crippling sanctions threatening Chinese telecom giant ZTE, Commerce Secretary Wilbur Ross says.