North Korea is disputing part of President Donald Trump’s account of why he walked away from a deal with Kim Jong Un at their summit in Vietnam — and is hinting that Kim may be souring on the negotiating process with the United States.
In an interview with the Washington Post last November, President Donald Trump explained why he thinks he knows more than some experts: “I have a gut, and my gut tells me more sometimes than anybody else’s brain can ever tell me.”
The deeply divided British Parliament can only seem to agree on one thing: It doesn’t want the United Kingdom to leave the European Union without a deal.
I’ve never stockpiled anything before, because I live in the middle of London, an incredible city that has everything. There are no fault lines or threats of tsunami waves here. I’ve always been skeptical of doomsday preppers, as I’m pretty sure modern life will end with a (climate-induced) whimper and not with a bang, meaning those canned peaches will be long expired by then.
There are just three weeks to go until Brexit officially happens, and the United Kingdom still hasn’t approved a final divorce deal with the European Union.
President Donald Trump and North Korean Leader Kim Jong Un’s Vietnam summit didn’t go quite as planned.
Counterterrorism police in the United Kingdom are investigating three packages containing explosives that were discovered Tuesday near three major transportation hubs in London: Heathrow Airport, London City Airport, and Waterloo Station.
British Prime Minister Theresa May will try again next week to get a Brexit deal through Parliament, with less than 20 days to go before the March 29 deadline.
The top US diplomat tasked with negotiating with North Korea just laid out a denuclearization plan that’s destined to fail.