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Turkey sent a letter to the United States demanding its removal from a group of eight countries that are subject to a ban preventing aircraft passengers from bringing electronic devices larger than a cellphone with them as carry-on luggage
The United States is taking steps to try to avoid a conflict between Turkey and U.S.-backed Kurdish forces, which Turkey views as terrorists, in Syria, the top U.S. commander overseeing American troops in the Middle East said on March 9, acknowledging the risk of a clash existed
WASHINGTON - The Associated Press
Key members of Congress say they will honor President Donald Trump’s request to investigate his unsubstantiated claim that Barack Obama overstepped his authority as president and had Trump’s telephones tapped during the election campaign.
The United States supports the Kurdish People’s Protection Units (YPG) in Syria despite Turkey’s concerns over the issue, U.S. State Department spokesperson Mark Toner has said, repeating that Washington still views the outlawed Kurdistan Workers’ Party (PKK) as a terrorist organization
U.S. Attorney General Jeff Sessions said on March 2 that he would stay out of any probe into alleged Russian meddling in the 2016 presidential election but maintained he did nothing wrong by failing to disclose he met last year with Russia’s ambassador
The Central Intelligence Agency on March 8 accused WikiLeaks of endangering Americans, helping U.S. rivals and hampering the fight against terror threats by releasing what the anti-secrecy site claimed was a trove of CIA hacking tools
The U.S.’s top lawyer faced increasing scrutiny on March 1 after reports alleged he twice contacted Russian officials during the run-up to last year’s presidential elections
Anti-secrecy group WikiLeaks published on March 7 what it said were thousands of pages of internal Central Intelligence Agency discussions about hacking techniques used over several years, renewing concerns about the security of consumer electronics
U.S. President Donald Trump in his first address to the Congress since taking office on Jan. 20 has vowed to fight against the Islamic State of Iraq and the levant (ISIL) together with U.S.’ allies from the Muslim world.
U.S. President Donald Trump signed a revised ban on refugees and on travelers from six Muslim-majority nations Monday, scaling back the order to exempt Iraqis and permanent US residents.
U.S. President Donald Trump will ask Congress to boost Pentagon spending in the next fiscal year by $54 billion in his first budget proposal and slash the same amount from non-defense spending, including a large reduction in foreign aid.