U.S. spat erupts ahead of Trump visit to region

The denial came in swift response to a posting on Twitter earlier in the day by Fox News foreign correspondent Connor Powell, who wrote, "Everyone I've spoken to in DC that has been briefed on Jerusalem embassy move says Netanyahu told Trump not to move embassy at this time ".

White House: Trump interviewing 4 FBI candidates

Among the candidates, Trump will meet with 2000 Democratic vice presidential candidate-turned-independent Joe Lieberman, a former senator who supported Republican Sen. The memo only added to the furor surrounding Trump's sudden and controversial firing of Comey last week, which came amid the FBI's intensifying probe into Russian interference in the 2016 campaign and Trump campaign associates' potential collusion with Moscow officials.

US in 'sighting range for nuclear strike', says North Korea

US in 'sighting range for nuclear strike', says North Korea

North Korea staged a brazen show of defiance against the Trump administration's attempts to curb its nuclear ambitions, testing a missile Sunday that it said could reach USA territory. During a 2016 test, the Musudan reached a height of 1,410 kilometers (880 miles). The United States and Japan on Sunday called for an emergency meeting of the United Nations Security Council on North Korea after Pyongyang's latest missile test, diplomats said.

US would talk to N. Korea if missile, nuclear tests stop: Haley

In a statement on Monday, the 15-member council demanded that Pyongyang conduct no further ballistic missile tests. Tokyo says the flight pattern could indicate a new type of missile. US Ambassador to the UN Nikki Haley pledged Tuesday that the US plans to " tighten the screws " on North Korea's nuclear ambitions. But Haley said on Tuesday that other countries have taken more active roles in aiding Pyongyang amid tepid relations with China.

Macron Rejects Sharing Euro Debt, Pledges EU Reforms With Merkel

But if Europeans like Pulse of Europe activists are looking to him, there is also a shifting inward of gazes - nowhere more so than in Germany, which, as the powerhouse of Europe, has set the tone and the rules of the European playbook over the past decade.