South Korea to Prevent War at All Costs, President Moon Says
South Korean President Moon Jae-in said that any military action against Kim Jong Un’s regime requires his nation’s approval, and vowed to prevent war at all costs.
Amid Protests, Mexico, US, Canada Set to Renegotiate NAFTA Deal
The North Atlantic Free Trade Agreement will enter its renegotiation process as organizations announce protests against its implementation in Mexico, Canada and the United States.
Iran Threatens to Quit Nuclear Deal if US Imposes New Sanctions
Iran could abandon its nuclear agreement with world powers and restart its nuclear program “within hours” if the United States imposes any more sanctions, Iranian President Hassan Rouhani said on Tuesday.
Confederate statue pulled down in North Carolina
A monument to pro-slavery forces has been destroyed, in the wake of clashes in Charlottesville. The Durham Country sheriff said he would seek vandalism charges against those involved.
Taliban open letter to Trump urges Afghan withdrawal
As the White House mulls its next move in conflict-hit Afghanistan, the Taliban offer their advice in an open letter to the US president.
Ecuador's Lenin Moreno Rejects US Interference in Venezuela
Ecuadorian President Lenin Moreno called for respect of the principle of non-interference in the sovereign affairs of other states, in relation to threats issued by the United States against Venezuela.
US government wants info on 1.3 million visitors to anti-Trump website
The US Department of Justice has demanded that a website host hand over 1.3 million IP addresses of people who visited a page that organized inauguration day protests against President Donald Trump, the hosting company said.
GoFundMe removes campaigns for Charlottesville suspect
GoFundMe and other crowdfunding sites have taken a tough stance on campaigns for a man arrested following violence at a far-right rally in Charlottesville, Virginia.
Trump to revoke Obama-era flood risk building standards
U.S. President Donald Trump will revoke an Obama-era executive order on Tuesday that required strict building standards for government-funded projects to reduce exposure to increased flooding from sea level rise, sources said.
Americans' debt level notches a new record high
Americans' debt level notched another record high in the second quarter, after having earlier in the year surpassed its pre-crisis peak, on the back of modest rises in mortgage, auto and credit card debt, where delinquencies jumped.
North Korea delays Guam missile firing, U.S. says dialogue up to Kim
North Korean leader Kim Jong Un has delayed a decision on firing missiles towards Guam while he waits to see what the United States does, the North's state media reported on Tuesday as the United States said any dialogue was up to Kim.
Sierra Club sues U.S. Energy Department over power grid study
Environmental group the Sierra Club sued the U.S. Energy Department on Monday in hopes of forcing it to reveal the groups it has consulted in conducting an eagerly awaited study on the electricity grid.
US police officer 'laughs' at Charlottesville attack on Facebook
A police officer from Massachusetts has been criticised after he appeared to use Facebook to laugh at the Charlottesville attack, which left one person dead and many more injured.