The national leader has support of nearly 70 percent in voting by his ruling Liberal Democratic Party.
In 1861-65, Americans waged a war among themselves that remains the bloodiest in U.S. history. It began as a fight to preserve the Union but morphed into an abolitionist war to free 4 million men, women and children from bondage.
The president says, "This car can now be BUILT IN THE U.S.A. and Ford will pay no tariffs!" Ford's reply: That won't happen—production will remain in China.
Due to deep resentment over previous U.S. interventions in Latin America, information on covert meetings to possibly overthrow President Nicolás Maduro is expected to “land like a bomb” in the region.
Questions from the Mueller team about whether the president tried to block investigation of Russian meddling are a "no-go," the lawyer tells AP.
The men—reportedly in Russia and unlikely to ever stand trial—are accused of poisoning a former double agent and his daughter in Britain.
The president's announcement that he will go to Texas is seen as a sign that the senator is nervous about the strong challenge being mounted by Rep. Beto O'Rouke.
The president denounces the use of his off-the-record remarks but says that "[a]t least Canada knows where I stand!"
U.S. Rep. Duncan Hunter—who was one of candidate Trump's earliest congressional backers—is facing a federal indictment. The Southern California Republican is seeking re-election in November.