China suspended US warship visits and sanctioned American NGOs on Monday in retaliation for the passage of a bill backing pro-democracy protesters in Hong Kong.
China’s foreign ministry summoned the US ambassador on Thursday, urging Washington to refrain from applying a bill supporting Hong Kong’s pro-democracy movement to “avoid further damage” to relations.
Senator Ping Lacson says US,and other countries hindi pwedeng magdikta sa Pilipinas sa war on drugs.
President Donald Trump’s spokeswoman claimed Tuesday that Barack Obama staffers left behind catty notes in White House offices for the incoming administration, telling them “you will fail.”
An angry President Donald Trump on Tuesday accused the “sick” media of scaring his wife Melania with reports of his poor health, following a surprise weekend hospital visit.
The start of open hearings in the impeachment investigation into President Donald Trump on Wednesday will give the American public their first chance to witness live the explosive showdown between Democrats and Republicans over the US leader’s future.
Canadian music legend Neil Young says he has applied for US citizenship to be able to vote next year, but his use of marijuana is complicating things.
Beijing expressed “regret” on Tuesday over Washington’s decision to formally notify the United Nations that the US was withdrawing from the Paris climate agreement.
President Donald Trump’s new national security advisor will represent the United States at the East Asia Summit, the White House said Tuesday, the lowest-level official to lead the Washington delegation since it was first invited to the regional forum.
China said Friday it would increase its trade with Brazil, as it seeks to balance the impact of a protracted trade war with the US.
Former US president Jimmy Carter has been hospitalized for treatment for a “minor pelvis fracture” after a fall at his home in Plains, Georgia, the Carter Center said Tuesday.
Former US defense secretary James Mattis said he was honored to be the “world’s most overrated general” in a swipe at his former boss Donald Trump who insulted him earlier this week.
News that US President Donald Trump’s special representative on Ukraine had abruptly resigned didn’t come from a high-profile newsroom in Washington or New York — a 20-year-old student journalist on the other side of the country scooped them all.
Around 500 leading writers, artists and activists, including US whistleblower Edward Snowden and novelist Salman Rushdie, on Friday signed an open letter supporting reporters at French daily Le Monde in their battle for guarantees of editorial independence.
US agents extracted a high-level Russian government source who had confirmed Vladimir Putin’s direct role in interfering in the 2016 presidential election, American media reported.
The powerful House Oversight Committee announced Friday it was investigating why Vice President Mike Pence decided to stay at President Donald Trump’s golf resort during an official visit to Ireland.
Exorcists advised a Nashville school priest to ban the Harry Potter books, over fears the popular children’s novels could be used to summon spirits.
Pacific islands that were key World War II battlegrounds but largely neglected for the past 30 years are now back in the spotlight as China challenges traditional US supremacy in the region.
“I’m delighted and I’m sure the friendly and commercial ties will be strengthened thanks to Eduardo,” said Bolsonaro at an impromptu press conference at the presidential palace in Brasilia.
Another team of young Filipino math wizards has brought home the bacon.
Naniniwala si Kabataan Party List Representative Sara Jane
Elago na panahon na upang rebyuhin ang mga kasunduan ng Pilipinas sa
pagitan ng US at China.
President Rodrigo Duterte has made a challenge to Western superpowers in the hope of silencing his trigger-happy critics on his “lame” response to China’s claim on South China Sea.
President Rodrigo Duterte is questioning China’s nine-dash line which is the sole basis for its claim on the practically the entire South China Sea.
China said Thursday it had lodged a protest with Washington after two US warships sailed through the Taiwan Strait amid rising tensions between the two powers.