Europe can't rely on US, says Merkel

Europe can't rely on US, says Merkel

German Chancellor Angela Merkel speaking in Munich on Sunday. "My impression was that Chancellor Merkel really spoke her truth after spending the prior few days with President Trump", she said. So I wouldn't discount that. "I am confident that this visit will open a new chapter in our bilateral cooperation with Germany and further deepen our strategic partnership", Modi had said in a Facebook post on the eve of his visit.

Trump Reported to Have Told Confidants US Will Leave Paris Climate Deal

President Trump announced on Twitter he will delay a decision on whether the US will withdraw from the Paris climate accords until next week, a move that led leaders of Group of Seven (G7) countries to declare the "not in a position to join the consensus" around the agreement.

Putin, Macron talk Syria, LGBT rights at their first face-to-face meet

Macron was a harsh critic of Russia during his campaign days and even if he invited Putin to France, he promised a tough talk with the Russian President and said he would be demanding, a France 24 report said. Putin was widely seen as supporting National Front leader Marine Le Pen, who lost in the second round of the election to Macron . That means that we want Assad to go away but not necessarily the regime to change.

Tiger Woods arrested for driving under the influence

Memorial Day was not kind to Tiger Woods , as the legendary golfer was arrested on suspicion of DUI in Jupiter, Florida at approximately 3:00 am ET. Woods' wife has told police that she used a golf club to smash the back windows of the Cadillac Escalade to help her husband out. The golfer had undergone back surgery last week, a statement released by his spokesperson said.

UK PM May says no delaying June 19 start to Brexit talks

UK PM May says no delaying June 19 start to Brexit talks

Mrs May said: "That's what drives me. In the Labour party's manifesto, we know the figures do not add up", she said, as one person pointed out the Tories had no costings in their own manifesto. Mr Corbyn took the floor first, getting off to a rocky start with questions from an apparently Northern Irish member of the audience on his past association with the IRA, but later finding hit feet - and a rapport with the audience - before losing his cool when questioned on higher taxation.

Mike Dubke, White House communications director, resigns

He declined to discuss the turmoil inside the West Wing, only saying he was resigning "for a number of reasons - for personal reasons". President Donald Trump is widely expected to shake up the communications staff in the wake of a drumbeat of stories about his campaign and Administration's possible connections to Russia that had the President Tweeting Tuesday (May 30): "Russian officials must be laughing at the USA & how a lame excuse for why the Dems lost the election has taken over the ...