Trump willing to meet with North Korean leader

Trump would be the first sitting USA president to meet with the leader in North Korea's history, but not the first to suggest it, despite what Trump also told Bloomberg News . Citing multiple intelligence sources, it said the CIA chief provided a detailed briefing on the Trump administration's policy on Pyongyang and assessed the internal situation of the North Korean leadership.

IL lawmakers hear testimony about legal marijuana from Colorado

In California, which voted to legalize marijuana last fall, tens of thousands were expected at events ranging from marijuana cooking classes to the annual bacchanal in Golden Gate Park. Attorney General Jeff Sessions ― who has stated his personal opposition to weed ― has anxious some marijuana advocates with ominous comments about the supposed dangers of loosening restrictions on the nation's favorite illicit substance.

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Here's what's happening in the French election campaigns

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Meanwhile, Ms Le Pen's support has nosedived after the European Parliament accused the Front National of defrauding it to the tune of $480,000. Le Pen, a leading candidate for France's presidential election April 23 and May 7, has immunity from prosecution as a European Parliament member.

North Korea missiles 'target United States mainland'

If North Korea carries out a nuclear test "I would not be happy", Trump told the CBS television network's " Face the Nation " program. "Failing to act now on the most pressing security issue in the world may bring catastrophic consequences".

Trump speaks with Southeast Asian leaders to reaffirm United States commitment

Pyongyang's show of defiance included a failed missile test on Saturday that came just hours after US Secretary of State Rex Tillerson warned the UN Security Council of "catastrophic consequences" if the global community - most notably China - failed to pressure the North into abandoning its weapons programme.