The Trump administration continues to build on denuclearization peace talks after a successful summit between North and South Korea. One America’s Gabrielle Cuccia has more from Washington.
The illegal immigrant accused of killing a 20-year-old Iowa college student pleads not guilty.
Energy Secretary Rick Perry said the U.S., Russia, and Saudi Arabia can make-up for the shortage in Iranian oil exports. In a recent interview on Friday Perry said he felt comfortable with the outlook for global crude output, and oil prices. This comes after the Trump administration announced they will slap sanctions on Iran, a nation that has already cut supply to two year lows.
Israel is backing the U.S. decision to close the Palestinian Liberation Office as the U.S. reiterates its support for the Jewish state.
The Trump administration vows to protect Americans from the jurisdiction of the International Criminal Court amid its possible probe into U.S. actions in Afghanistan.
Headlines continue to circulate regarding The New York Times release of an op-ed from a source allegedly within the White House. However, the publication has yet to name the author or provide any details about their position. One America’s Luke Glaze has more on how the White House is responding to this week’s media storm.
President Trump is setting a hard tone in his reboots of trade deals with Canada, Mexico, Europe and China. One America’s Neil McCabe spoke to a former Commerce Department official for his insights into the Trump administration’s trade policy.
As the U.S. fiscal year comes to a close, studies find President Trump is exceeding many of his regulation cutting goals with reported benefits to the American economy. One Americas Cassandra Day has more on the administration’s deregulation.