Embattled Prime Minister Theresa May insists she is prepared to take Britain out of the European Union without a deal if the bloc does not treat her country with more respect.
The defense secretary condemns Russia's efforts to build opposition to an upcoming vote that could pave the way for the Balkan nation to join NATO, a move Moscow opposes.
More than 200 supporters of the far-right Nordic Resistance Movement march in Stockholm, chanting slogans and waving the group's flags.
Acknowledging trade is complex on a number of fronts, the "Last Week Tonight" host details the numerous ways the U.S. president's approach to the issue is founded in misconceptions and ignorance.
President Trump reinstates sanctions, opening the door to chaos in Asia and Europe. China, Russia and Turkey have already indicated they will not buckle to U.S. pressure.
The president fails to get buy-in from allies and rivals, who pledge to keep dealing with Iran.
Saying his policy is to levy "maximum economic pressure" on the country, the president also warns nations that don't wind down their economic ties to Iran "risk severe consequences." European foreign ministers express regret over the U.S. move.
Donald Trump agrees to work toward "zero tariffs" and "zero subsidies" on non-automobile goods after meetings with European officials prompted by his trade dispute with the EU.
Key EU leaders travel to Japan and China looking for the trust, friendship and cooperation they feel they can no longer get from a century-old ally.
Most observers are puzzled as to why British Prime Minister Theresa May is hosting a Trump visit to her country, a visit that is likely to offer opportunities for serial embarrassment to all concerned.