Politics and Government

Trump says he wants families to be kept together.

Shares of ZTE sank after the U.S. Senate passed a defense bill that had implications for an agreement struck with the Chinese telecommunications equipment maker.

Steve Liesman reports on the economic consequences from the Trump administration’s trade polices.

The White House, Air Force and Defense Secretary James Mattis had disapproved of creating a sixth branch of the military last year.

Trump says he’s taking the action “in light of China’s theft of intellectual property and technology and its other unfair trade practices.”

Secretary of State Mike Pompeo said Kim Jong Un has “indicated to me personally that he is prepared to denuclearize.”

Eamon Javers reports on the White House imposing 25% tariffs on steel and 10% tariffs on aluminum for America’s biggest trading partners.

The United States is likely to impose steel and aluminum tariffs on Canada, Mexico and the EU Thursday, according to a source familiar with the decision.

The legislation allows patients with life-threatening conditions to ask drugmakers for medicines that have cleared some testing but still haven’t been approved by the Food and Drug Administration.

Trump says his administration has started talking to North Korea again following the cancellation of a summit.

President Donald Trump is expected to sign the bill to ease regulations on all but the largest banks.

Smaller countries with strong ties to Israel and the U.S. are considering their own embassy moves to Jerusalem.

North Korea on Wednesday injected further uncertainty over a highly anticipated summit between leader Kim Jong Un and President Donald Trump.

North Koreans behave at times like pirates, making trades on the high seas of sanctioned goods worth hundreds of millions of dollars.

Refusing to suspend sanctions against Iran is just the first step in a complicated process of exiting the 2015 nuclear deal.