Secretary of State Mike Pompeo also said Thursday that his agency "will continue to seek all relevant facts, consult Congress, and work with other nations to hold accountable those involved in the killing of Jamal Khashoggi."
Stocks slid Monday, the dollar edged higher and domestic oil prices snapped a 10-day losing streak.
Illegal migrants entering through the southern US border will no longer be eligible for asylum under a new rule, the Trump administration has said.
Trump has called the caravans an “invasion” of “very bad thugs and gang members,” and directly asked the marching migrants to “turn around” and apply for citizenship legally.
WHILE everyone is obsessing over the gruesome killing of a journalist, Saudi Arabia has been doing something much worse. WARNING: Distressing
His death is key to understanding the political forces that helped turn the Middle East from a region of hope seven years ago to one of brutal repression and slaughter today.
A MAN suspected as being part of a team of Saudi security forces who “tortured and killed” journalist Jamal Khashoggi has died in a “suspicious” car accident.
A Turkish court will release imprisoned US pastor Andrew Brunson, who was jailed for alleged terror links following 2016’s failed coup attempt. Brunson’s arrest has soured US-Turkish relations, with Trump pushing for his release.
Asian markets plunged Thursday morning following the worst session on Wall Street for months, as US President Donald Trump said the Federal Reserve had "gone crazy" with plans for higher interest rates.
US President Donald Trump has said his trade policies have hurt China's economy, adding: "I have a lot more to do."
The US has announced it will deny diplomatic visas to same-sex partners of foreign diplomats and United Nations employees.
The US and Canada are reported to have reached a deal to reform the North American Free Trade Agreement (Nafta) after last minute negotiations.
Washington's aggressive policy of sanctions makes it highly necessary for Brussels to find working solutions to protect European countries against the US' unpredictable steps, top German economist and professor Max Otte says.
The Pentagon will remove four batteries of PAC-3 Patriot missiles from three Middle-Eastern countries, according to the Wall Street Journal. The report said the missiles are needed elsewhere to counter China and Russia.
US President Donald Trump has attacked the Iranian leadership, accusing it of sowing "chaos, death and destruction" across the Middle East.
President Vladimir Putin discussed the decision by phone on Monday with Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu, the Kremlin said.
China has told the US to withdraw sanctions on its military over purchases of Russian jets and missiles or "bear the consequences".
THE United States has called an urgent UN meeting in response to what is says are efforts by some countries to “undermine” North Korean sanctions.
The recent recognition of Beijing’s One China policy by three Latin American countries has prompted the US to recall its ambassadors from the Dominican Republic, El Salvador and Panama.
US military officials have put the brakes on a proposed rail project that would connect the Korean Peninsula, underscoring growing differences between Washington and Seoul on engagement with the hermit kingdom.