Far from learning on the job or modifying his views, Mr. Trump is falling back on the familiar mix of belligerence and isolationism that fueled his campaign.
The Trump administration released a list of Chinese goods that it will subject to tariffs, including electronics, iron and steel plates, engines and optical scanners.
The death of South Africa's veteran anti-apartheid activist Winnie Madikizela-Mandela has sparked a debate about how she should be remembered.
Thousands of babies and young children are being cared for in informal - and sometimes dangerous - nurseries.
For Dr Joel Salinas, music creates colours, numbers have personalities and another person's pain feels almost like his own.
Chaos and hardship hit Russia with the rapid market reforms in early 1992, weeks after the collapse of the USSR.
Mexico's "Prettiest Flower in the Land" contest promotes its mixed indigenous and Spanish heritage.
Ukraine's National Militia says it "polices" the streets. So why does it also fight the police themselves?
Fifty years after Martin Luther King Jr's death, a stark racial divide remains in Milwaukee.
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The US says it is planning tariffs on Chinese products ranging from televisions to bakery ovens.
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An allegation of personal misconduct has been made against the boss of the world's biggest ad agency.
A musician fled war-torn Sierra Leone for the United States, formed a band and introduced an ancient music, bubu, to a broad audience.
Jewdas, an organization of leftist, anti-Zionist radical Jews, has delighted at antagonizing the British establishment.
Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu faced an outcry from his base over a deal with the United Nations to keep thousands of African migrants in Israel.
Shots are heard near YouTube's headquarters in California - police are at scene in San Bruno.
Italian food lovers will be happy to hear that eating pasta could help people lose weight, new research has found.
A note left on the church by unknown perpetrators said it was part of "spring cleaning 2018".
“Unfortunately some of our civilian countrymen have also been killed and wounded,” the governor’s office said. The dead also included children.
A Canadian man has received a pardon from a luxury hotel after hungry seagulls damaged his room.
Russian president Vladimir Putin says he wants an inquiry into the Salisbury nerve agent attack, citing a Sky News interview with the boss of Porton Down.
Nigerian beggar John Ogah tackled a cleaver-wielding robber with his bare hands; the Pope has now baptised him.
We are going to be doing things militarily," Mr Trump vowed, adding it would be "a big step".
A special court in The Hague is set to examine violence against ethnic Albanians by their erstwhile liberators — if anyone dares to testify.
Wang Mingqing and his wife Liu Dengying had looked for Qifeng since she disappeared aged three in 1994.
London-based lawyer Alex van der Zwaan is given 30 days for lying after striking a plea deal.
The designer is one of several people to face charges in the boy's 2016 death.
Saudi's crown prince acknowledges Israelis have a right to their own land, in a notable public move.
MS-13 is a brutal, clandestine and fractured gang.
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