Recent reports cited unnamed US officials saying US considering deployment of thousands of forces over Iran tensions.
Donald Trump's anti-Huawei crusade is gaining steam with major tech corporations suspending cooperation with the Chinese telecom company. American and British observers have weighed up Huawei's chances of withstanding the pressure and expressed hope that the upcoming Xi-Trump G20 meeting may contribute to the revival of US-China trade talks.
The videos come amid an escalating feud this week between Pelosi and Trump following a contentious White House meeting over infrastructure policy.
President Donald Trump said on Thursday U.S. complaints against Huawei Technologies Co Ltd might be resolved within the framework of a U.S.-China trade deal, while at the same time calling the Chinese...
U.S. President Donald Trump on Thursday ordered the intelligence community to cooperate with Attorney General William Barr's review of the events that prompted an investigation into links between...
Real, pretend or imaginary—it doesn’t matter. The president needs to replace the theatrical tantrum with a political tactic that works.
The world can accommodate the U.S. in the global system and the rise of China, former Australian Prime Minister, Julia Gillard, told CNBC.
Seventy-four years after Japan's defeat in World War II, the world's third-largest economy is in the midst of a quiet military buildup, at U.S. urging
Researchers study atmospheric data to show rise in emissions of banned ozone-depleting CFC-11 from northeastern China.
The producer still faces criminal charges over sex crimes in New York and is expected to go on trial this September.
Washington - President Donald Trump on Thursday for the first time linked a dispute over telecom giant Huawei, which he views as a threat to American security, with a deal to resolve the US-China trade war. "Huawei is something that is very dangerous," Trump told reporters at the White House. "You look at what they've done from a security standpoin
Julianna Margulies did not hold back her feelings about the moves that several states have made to outlaw abortion during an interview in New York City.