President Trump is not ruling out the possibility that he could answer questions from special counsel Robert Mueller in the investigation of Russian meddling in the 2016 election, but he told reporters Friday that there would be conditions imposed.
It is the latest book to detail tensions within the White House during Trump's 20-month-old presidency. But the GOP lawmakers upset with the op-ed did not particularly care for its content. Glenn Kessler, the Washington Post's fact-checker, seized on Dao's explanation of how the New York Times made a decision to describe the author.
The toll could rise as the Japanese national broadcaster NHK reported that 125 people were injured and almost 40 are feared missing. A powerful natural disaster struck the island of Hokkaido early Thursday. The powerful quake and tsunami in March 2011 that hit northerneast Japan destroyed both external and backup power to the Fukushima Dai-ichi nuclear plant, causing meltdowns.
With a formation of glowing drones, lasers and stadium-sized gymnastics shows, North Korean leader Kim Jong Un relaunched the "Mass Games" on Sunday in a pageant that declared that "waves" of global sanctions would break against the strength of North Korea's self-reliance.
Amber Guyger , who was identified as the police officer who shot Botham Jean late Thursday, shot a suspect in May 2017 after a struggle in which police say the man reached for an officer's Taser. Get LOUD", she tweeted. He worked for PricewaterhouseCoopers, a multinational audit and consulting firm with offices in Downtown Dallas . "This is a bad tragedy", Jean's employer said.
He said Friday that tariffs on another US$200 billion in Chinese goods are "in the hopper" and "could take place very soon". Trump's threatened tariffs, now totalling $517 billion in Chinese goods, would exceed the $505 billion in goods imported from China past year.