President Moon Jae-in of South Korea and North Korean leader Kim Jung Un are set to meet in a few hours on the border between their countries amid hopes the talks could lead to a formal end to the Korean War, or the beginning of a plan for denuclearization of the Korean peninsula. With the promise
ABC News' George Stephanopoulos discusses the week in foreign policy with journalist Susan Glasser and national security experts Elizabeth Sherwood-Randall and Meghan O'Sullivan.
Russia’s president Vladimir Putin in a new documentary film said he gave an order to shoot down a passenger airliner in 2014 that was feared to be hijacked and headed toward the opening ceremony of the Sochi Winter Olympics . The order was cancelled after it proved to be a false alarm, Putin said.
The TAKE with Rick Klein “The blame, the fault, will all lie in one place,” White House Press Secretary Sarah Sanders said yesterday, on the possibility of a government shutdown. Sanders was pointing the finger at Democrats, of course. But it’s not outlandish to say that place would instead be the
White House press secretary Sarah Sanders set the stage for a government shutdown blame game at the daily briefing.
In a searing speech on the Senate floor Wednesday morning, Sen. Jeff Flake denounced President Donald Trump for his sustained attacks against the news media, going so far as to compare his rhetoric to that of Soviet dictator Joseph Stalin . In the remarks from the Senate floor, Flake, R-Ariz.,
Sen. Jeff Flake called on Republicans and Democrats to be "allies of the truth and not partners in its destruction."
The TAKE with Rick Klein It looks as if a new entry might be developing, just in time for awards season. The day that President Donald Trump has promised to present his “Fake News Awards” provides a clear and stark example of how the concept has evolved over the past year. “Fake news” has gone from
Arizona Sen. Jeff Flake , one of President Donald Trump ’s harshest critics from within his own party, plans to give a speech on the Senate floor this week slamming the White House for its “unrelenting daily assault on the constitutionally-protected free press,” according to an excerpt of the