Washington (CNN) — The Trump administration is mulling a potential deal with North Korea that would accept the country as a nuclear power if it freezes its existing nuclear programs in exchange for the
President Donald Trump over the weekend claimed that he accomplished what former President Barack Obama could not when he met with North Korean dictator Kim Jong Un. But some of Obama’s closest advisers
NPR's Mary Louise Kelly speaks with Gen. James Clapper, former director of National Intelligence, about President Trump's visit to North Korea. For decades, American presidents have visited South Korea,
Meadows and Jordan say they have confidence in Barr finding the truth behind investigation into Trump
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CNN's Anderson Cooper: 'If any other president' said they'd take foreign dirt, GOPers would 'call him a tra...
CNN anchor Anderson Cooper sounded off Wednesday on President Trump's ABC News interview in which he suggested he would accept dirt on political opponents from foreign governments and not report it to