Chinese officials are striking a more understanding tone as the pressure is on for Beijing to make concessions on trade by the end of the month.
President Trump is firing back at his French counterpart, after he suggested Europe should build a military to protect itself from the U.S.
Defense Secretary James Mattis will meet with his Chinese Counterpart this week at the Pentagon to discuss bi-lateral relations, and security challenges in the Asia-Pacific, the agency said on Monday.
Despite a strong economy, the U.S. trade gap has continued to widen due to a record high number of imports.
Officials are working to resolve differences ahead of upcoming talks between President Trump and his Chinese counterpart Xi Jinping.
Beijing recently announced it’s in talks with U.S. officials about a possible meeting in Argentina.
Homeland Security Secretary Kirstjen Nielsen says the department is more prepared than ever to secure the upcoming midterm elections.
A Virginia congressman told One America News that China is expanding its influence into southeast Asia, which one congressman said will create both economic and military problems for the United States. For more details we go to One America News’ Neil W. McCabe in Washington.
New information is coming out about a trip Secretary of State Mike Pompeo took to China earlier this month. One America’s Luke Glaze has more on how the top U.S. official was mistreated by Beijing.