Brexit: Outcome of negotiations 'up to UK' says Tusk

The EU's Donald Tusk says the UK will determine if there is a "good deal, no deal or no Brexit".


EU's Tusk says 'good deal' or 'no deal' on Brexit up to London

BRUSSELS (Reuters) - European Council President Donald Tusk said on Tuesday that it was up to Britain to determine if there was to be a good deal or no deal in Brexit talks.

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Japan's PM remains Trump's best ally against 'unprecedented' North Korea threat

A decisive election win for Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe boosts one of US President Donald Trump's strongest allies in Asia as both Washington and Tokyo grapple with how to handle Pyongyang.

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Trump's Tax Reform Will Help Families, Ivanks Tells Hannity, But Twitter Disagrees

Ivanka Trump discussed tax reform with Fox’s Sean Hannity Monday night after the first daughter finished a town hall event concerning the same topic near Warminster, Pennsylvania. Hannity noted how Ivanka and her father President Donald Trump focus


Trump to press China on North Korea, trade on Beijing visit

U.S. President Donald Trump will be stepping up a strategy to have Beijing help rein in Pyongyang's nuclear ambitions.


Court papers show partisan split widening over Russia probe

WASHINGTON (Reuters) - Top Democrats in the U.S. House of Representatives are refusing to endorse a Republican move to find out who paid the research firm that commissioned a dossier alleging ties between Donald Trump's campaign and Russia, a court docume

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All 8 Prototypes Of Donald Trump’s ‘Big, Beautiful’ Border Wall [PHOTOS]

Nine months after taking office, President Donald Trump appeared to be keeping one of his central promises he made during his campaign. The president's U.S.-Mexico border wall has taken a significant step toward becoming a reality with the debut of its ei


U.S. companies act on climate despite Trump: survey

OSLO (Reuters) - U.S. companies are still among the most ambitious in setting targets to combat global warming despite President Donald Trump's plans to quit the 195-nation Paris climate agreement, a 2017 survey showed on Tuesday.


Trump, Brexit and the rise of the far-right risk harming global innovation, companies say

US, UK, and China seen as being most at risk from damage caused by protectionist policies


How Trump's wild 8-day feud involving Gold Star families and a Florida congresswoman unfolded

It's been a wild eight days as President Donald Trump has feuded with a Florida congresswoman and a Gold Star family.


Melania Trump denounces cyberbullying one day after Donald goes after 'wacky' congresswoman on Twitter

The First Lady has made cyberbullying prevention a platform of her work while in office

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How Trump has undermined Tillerson

Secretary of State Rex Tillerson's ambitious five-country trip this month will be anything but easy, largely thanks to his boss President Donald Trump, who has compromised the standing of the United States in the world.


Here’s Maria Bartiromo asking Donald Trump the hard questions

"Are you getting bullied again?" No, really, "are you getting bullied again?"


Hedge fund billionaire Bill Ackman told a CEO he gets more 'clicks on the internet' than anyone except Donald Trump

Billionaire hedge fund manager Bill Ackman told the CEO of activist target ADP that he gets "more clicks on the internet" than anyone but Donald Trump.


President Trump and John McCain Are Feuding, Again. Here’s a Brief History

Sen. John McCain took what appears to be a swipe at President Trump while discussing the Vietnam War draft during an interview that aired Sunday on C-SPAN. “One aspect of the [Vietnam] conflict by the way that I will never ever countenance is that w


Most believe Harvey Weinstein accusations but doubt those levied at Donald Trump, new poll finds

When pressed about allegations against President Trump, just 18 per cent of Republicans believe they are credible, in contrast to 69 per cent of Democrats

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