A federal judge has temporarily halted deportations of families who have been recently reunited after they were separated by the Trump administration.
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After having his name invoked in a joint press conference with President Trump and Russian President Vladimir Putin, businessman and Magnitsky Act advocate Bill Browder boasted that he has “hit the Achilles' heel of the Putin regime.”
Russian President Valdimir Putin, fresh off his country hosting the World Cup, gave President Trump a soccer ball during their joint press conference in Helsinki on Monday, seemingly using it as a metaphor as Putin told Trump “now the ball is in your court.”
President Trump and Vladimir Putin tackled allegations of election meddling in unprecedented terms following their one-on-one summit Monday, with Trump suggesting both sides share blame and the Russian president denying involvement -- while offering to cooperate in the special counsel probe, with a catch.
Former U.S. President Barack Obama Monday praised Kenya's president and opposition leader for working together but said this East African country must do more to end corruption.
President Trump met behind closed doors for more than two hours Monday with Vladimir Putin, as the two leaders tackled weighty issues amid political pressure back home for Trump to get tough with the Russian president.
President Trump and Russian President Valdimir Putin hold a joint press conference Monday following a historic bilateral meeting in Helsinki, Finland.
President Trump’s re-election campaign and groups backing his agenda raised nearly $33 million in just the last three months, an explosion of support driven by small donors, the groups have reported to the Federal Election Commission.
President Trump kicked off his historic summit with Vladimir Putin on Monday by predicting their two countries “will end up having an extraordinary relationship” -- and congratulating the Russian president on hosting a “really great World Cup” -- before entering negotiations that could drag on for hours.
President Trump and his Russian counterpart Vladimir Putin were set to arrive at Helsinki’s presidential palace Monday for their historic sit-down, with the eyes of the world watching and no shortage of thorny issues to address.