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North, South Korea agree on third summit to be held in Pyongyang
North and South Korea agreed to hold a summit in Pyongyang in September, the latest step forward in cross-border ties this year after more high-level talks on Monday, the South’s Unification Ministry said.
Iran test-fires ballistic missile for first time in 2018, officials say
For the first time in more than a year, Iran test-fired a ballistic missile in a brazen display of defiance months after President Trump pulled the United States out of a landmark nuclear deal and days before his administration slapped new sanctions on the Islamic Republic, three U.S. officials with knowledge of the launch tell Fox News.
Lira collapses as Erdogan tells Turks: They have 'their dollars,' we have 'our god'
The Turkish lira has collapsed to an all-time low against the dollar, but the country's leader has brushed aside concerns, telling Turks 'we have our God.' The Turkish President Recep Erdogan then followed those comments up Friday by urging Turks to sell dollars and gold and buy lira.
Iran's Zarif: 'There will be no meeting' with US
Iran's Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif said Saturday there would be no meeting with the United States in the near future following Washington's reimposition of sanctions.
Netanyahu: Israel Will Restore Quiet to Gaza Border Region ‘in Full’
Israel will restore total quiet its southern region near the border with the Gaza Strip, Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu vowed on Sunday.
Netanyahu threatens snap elections if no solution found to IDF Draft Law
Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu warned on Sunday that if no solution is found to the IDF draft law, a date will be set within the next two weeks for national elections.
Preparing for fight against Hezbollah, army tries out combat reshuffle
The military has field-tested a new fighting method combining infantry, tanks and combat engineering into one unified force, as part of a major military reform meant to streamline the Israel Defense Forces, the army said Sunday.
Inside the United States
California's largest wildfire destroys dozens of residences
The largest of several wildfires burning throughout the state of California destroyed nearly 30 homes over the weekend, fire officials said Sunday.
Charlottesville anniversary: Few arrests, peaceful protests
Thousands of people wanting to send a message that racism isn’t welcome in the United States gathered in a park outside the White House to protest a white nationalist rally on the anniversary of the deadly violence in Charlottesville, Virginia.
Feds Collect Record Individual Income Taxes Through July; Still Run $683.9B Deficit
The federal government collected a record $1,415,150,000,000 in individual income taxes through the first ten months of fiscal 2018 (October 2017 through July 2018), according to the Monthly Treasury Statement.
Trump condemns 'all types of racism' on one-year anniversary of Charlottesville
President Trump on Saturday condemned 'all types of racism' on the eve of the one-year anniversary of a white nationalist rally in Charlottesville, Virginia, and counter-demonstrations in which one woman was killed.
More than 100 large wildfires in U.S. as new blazes erupt
Six large new wildfires erupted in the United States, pushing the number of major active blazes nationwide to over 100, with more expected to break out sparked by lightning strikes on bone-dry terrain, authorities said on Saturday.