On April 1, the countries will resume the annual drills that they suspended during the Olympics and Paralympics, the Pentagon announced Monday.
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“We had a very good call,” President Trump told reporters in the Oval Office after speaking with the Russian leader after his re-election. “We will probably be meeting in the not-too-distant future.”
The president has lavished praise on Mohammed bin Salman, who has rapidly consolidated his position as Saudi Arabia’s heir apparent.
Education Secretary Betsy DeVos will defend her agency’s budget before a House panel, including a reorganization plan that staff members say she tried to withhold from Congress.
Jimmy López and Nilo Cruz were asked to write a choral piece about young undocumented immigrants. Then President Trump was elected.
The Federal Reserve, buoyed by a strengthening economy, raised rates for a sixth time in three years and indicated another two increases are still expected this year.
Lawmakers must approve the bill by midnight Friday to avoid a government shutdown this weekend, which would be the third closure this year.
President Trump insisted on the agreements, but it’s an open secret in the West Wing they can’t be enforced.
The chief American envoy to the Iran nuclear talks is banking on political savvy and Midwestern earnestness to salvage the deal that President Trump wants to scrap.
The Senate Intelligence Committee has urged state elections officials to take practical steps to secure ballots.
President Trump also indirectly criticized Robert S. Mueller III, the special counsel, for the ongoing investigation into Russia’s 2016 campaign meddling.
Fed policymakers are expected to increase the benchmark interest rate by a quarter-point and signal their view on whether the economy is overheating.
President Moon Jae-in of South Korea said he hoped that after he and President Trump met separately with Mr. Kim, the three leaders could sit down together.
The embattled Republican incumbent survived a primary race against a conservative challenger and now faces a serious threat from Mr. Pritzker.
John Brennan, the former C.I.A. director, saw signs of Russian election meddling. Are his suggestive public statements signs that he knows information that he can’t divulge?
Mr. Jones, a Holocaust denier and former member of the American Nazi Party, was the sole Republican candidate in a suburban Chicago congressional district.
Education Secretary Betsy DeVos defended her spending plan before a House panel, saying that “this budget is about students.” Some lawmakers disagreed.
Ralph Peters, a retired lieutenant colonel, sent an email to his colleagues saying he was “ashamed” of what the channel had become.
Both Democrats and Republicans declined to back a rare legislative attempt to restrict the president’s war powers.
After a report in The Times, the National Institutes of Health will examine whether health officials violated government policy by soliciting donations to fund a study of moderate drinking.
Mitch McConnell sees little upside to criticizing the president in public, and some critics say that by not issuing a more direct warning, he is undermining Congress’s standing.
John Oliver’s parody of the Pence family’s book about their pet bunny has bumped pre-orders of James B. Comey’s memoir from the top spot.
The Senate Intelligence Committee offered recommendations for securing elections and implied that the Trump administration needed to take a harder line against foreign meddling.
Melania Trump has long said she wants to curb online bullying. Her efforts often clash with the president's habit of using Twitter to insult people.