Woody Johnson said that the disagreement between May and Trump over far-right Britain First videos was "probably misinterpreted".
Akayed Ullah was taken to hospital after the failed suicide bombing underneath Time Square injured himself and three other people.
Donald Trump's decision to recognise Jerusalem as the capital has provoked swift condemnation
The controversial policy means residents from six mostly Muslim countries will be denied entry to the United States, after months of legal wrangling.
Imagine the following scenario: A “rogue” nation successfully tests a nuclear device, a divisive presidential administration weighs a military response in the U.S., and as the threat of war looms, aggressive rhetoric spews from unpredictable leaders on both sides. To a casual observer, this may seem like a summary of the current tensions between North Korea and the U.S. — and it is. However, it’s also an eerily accurate description of events in 1964, when the People’s Republic of China conducted its first successful test of a nuclear bomb under Mao Zedong. Watch as Stephanie Sy breaks down the parallels in search of lessons to be learned from political history.
The former President called on more women being elected to public office after a string of sexual harassment claims made against high-profile men.
The President has been rumoured to be a Big Mac fan, but a new book has lifted the lid on how one burger simply isn’t enough.
Theresa Scrivener, the 'wrong' Theresa May from Bognor, is demanding an apology from US President Donald Trump after he mistook her for the British Prime Minister.
Labour’s Shadow Home Secretary has said that social media platforms including Twitter need to stop ‘signalling approval’ for content that incites violence. Diane Abbott’s comments came after Jayda Fransen, deputy leader of Britain First, was propelled into the spotlight yesterday after Donald Trump retweeted three anti-Muslim videos from her Twitter account.
It’s been a brilliant year for celebrity engagements, marriages and babies from the likes of Prince Harry popping the question to Meghan Markle, his brother Prince William and sister-in-law Duchess Catherine announcing she is pregnant, and tennis superstar Serena Williams tying the knot in a star-studded ceremony. Serena and Alexis tied the knot in front of a host of stars in November 2017, including the likes of Kim Kardashian and Beyonce. They haven’t had the busies of years as a couple, but it just goes to show how popular Tom Hardy and Charlotte Riley’s union is that they made it into this list.
The Government is facing growing demands for Trump’s invitation to the UK to be withdrawn after he tweeted a direct rebuke to the Prime Minister.
Images show Kim looking relaxed and happy at Pyongyang’s latest ballistic missile test, that drew worldwide condemnation.
Trump has faced criticism for retweeting the Britain First posts
Trump took to Twitter to personally tweet Mrs May in a virtually unprecedented rebuke by a head of state to the leader of a close ally.
The President retweeted three videos posted by Jayda Fransen, the second in command of the extremist group that praised the Finsbury Park mosque attack.
Donald Trump has retweeted three anti-Muslim videos posted by the deputy leader of far-right group Britain First.
North Korea ended a 10-week pause in its weapons testing by launching an intercontinental ballistic missile apparently capable of reaching the United States.
"Trump is an embarrassment to America." "Trump certainly has his faults, but if anything I think our media is a 'national embarrassment.' The daily bias we see is beyond belief." Yahoo Newsroom readers are reacting to the outrage after the president's Pocahontas jab backfired. Families of Navajo Code Talker war veterans who were honored Monday at the White House say they were dumbfounded that President Donald Trump used the event to take a political jab at Massachusetts senator Elizabeth Warren, demeaning their work with an unbreakable code that helped the U.S. win World War II, the AP writes.
Donald and Melania Trump have put on a lavish Christmas display at the White House.
If Black Friday riot videos weren't enough to convince you that America is a consumerist hell on Earth, then our president's Black Friday promo surely will. Trump took to one of his two Facebook pages (while the GOP took to Twitter) to promote a sale on some of his campaign merchandise. Just throw some festive #MAGA swag into your cart, enter the code "SATIRE2017" at checkout and, bam! You've got yourself a bargain on our democracy. (Literally!) Because, apparently, the best Black Friday deal this year is the cool 30 percent off POTUS is offering on the American soul. Did you know Trump literally wrote the book on great deals?!Image: facebookPresumably as a way to give back to the 99 percent of people that his abhorrent tax "plan" (read: scheme) proposes to screws over, Trump's slashing prices — as well as the American middle class! Just imagine, you could save $4 on this Americanism Creed Men's Tee, emblazoned with POTUS' promise that, "Americanism, not globalism, will be our credo." It only comes at the cost of the final, fragile vestiges of our free republic (and proper grammar). But that's not all! On Black Friday, POTUS kept busy with a supes "quick" round of golf with some celeb friends. Then it's back to the On-Brand Office at Mar-a-Lago to discuss further deals that compromise our economy. After Turkey call I will be heading over to Trump National Golf Club, Jupiter, to play golf (quickly) with Tiger Woods and Dustin Johnson. Then back to Mar-a-Lago for talks on bringing even more jobs and companies back to the USA! — Donald J. Trump (@realDonaldTrump) November 24, 2017 The Black Friday sale on Trump merch is actually one of the most blatantly honest celebrations of the capitalist shell we call American values from any president in our country's history. So be a patriot this holiday season. Place your right hand over your heart in salute to America, land of the free market, home of the brands. WATCH: Trump threw shade at Obama during his first Thanksgiving turkey pardon