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Trump calls for G-7 countries to drop all tariffs, subsidies
President Trump proposed a major shakeup of the world’s economic order during a summit in Canada this week, suggesting the world’s big economies drop all tariffs and market-distorting subsidies and go to a fully free system of trade.
Trump, Kim arrive in Singapore ahead of N.K.-U.S. summit
U.S. President Donald Trump and North Korean leader Kim Jong-un flew into Singapore at separate airports Sunday, two days ahead of their planned historic summit.
Chinese hackers 'steal US navy data on undersea warfare and supersonic missiles'
China's state hackers have reportedly stolen a large amount of highly-sensitive US navy data on its undersea warfare, including plans for supersonic anti-ship missiles on submarines.
Iran's Rouhani criticizes U.S. 'unilateralism' over nuclear deal
Iranian President Hassan Rouhani criticized U.S. 'unliteralism' in withdrawing from the Iran nuclear deal and said on Sunday he appreciated efforts by China and Russia to maintain the agreement.
Trump slams Canadian PM as 'dishonest and weak,' pulls back on G-7 communique endorsement
President Trump on Saturday slammed Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau, saying he was 'very dishonest and weak,' and claimed the world leader made 'false statements' following the G-7 economic summit.
Chancellor Angela Merkel: Trump's rejection of G7 communique 'sobering' and 'depressing'
Germany's Angela Merkel on Sunday chided US President Donald Trump's decision to retract his endorsement of the G7 communique via Twitter.
Arab states call emergency UN General Assembly session on Gaza
The UN General Assembly will convene for an emergency session on Wednesday regarding Gaza, where a version of a resolution vetoed last week by the US in the Security Council condemning Israel will receive a wider vote.
Hezbollah is helping Hamas build rocket factories, training camps
Israel has complained to the UN Security Council, saying that Hamas is working with Hezbollah to establish missile factories and training camps in southern Lebanon, the Lebanese newspaper Al Joumhouria reported Saturday.
Sculpted head of mystery biblical king found in Israel
A rare, miniature sculpture of a king's head that dates back almost 3,000 years has prompted scholars to figure out whose face it depicts.
Head of Satmar Hasidic sect castigates followers for admiring Israel, IDF
The head of the Satmar Hassidic sect has accused his followers of increasingly admiring Israel for its military and political accomplishments, imploring them to maintain the Hasidic group’s hardline anti-Zionism.
Inside the United States
Devin Nunes to DOJ: Hand over docs on alleged FBI informant by Tuesday or it's 'obstruction'
House Intelligence Committee Chairman Devin Nunes has set a Tuesday deadline for the Justice Department to provide documents related to an alleged FBI informant who spoke with members of President Trump's 2016 campaign tied to the Russians.
Colorado wildfire doubles in size, thousands evacuated
A largely unchecked Colorado wildfire nearly doubled in size from Saturday to Sunday, prompting a fresh round of evacuations, with the blaze expected to grow in size as it is fueled by bone-dry conditions and pushed by gusting winds, officials said.
Hurricane Bud on track to impact Mexico and the Southwest U.S.
Hurricane Bud, now swirling off the west coast of Mexico, is forecast to strengthen into a Category-2 hurricane and impact both Mexico and the Southwest U.S. over the next few days.
U.S. Justice Department says Obamacare individual mandate unconstitutional
The U.S. Justice Department said on Thursday that the part of Obamacare requiring individuals to have health insurance is unconstitutional, an unusual move that could lead to stripping away some of the most significant and popular parts of the law.
Iris Global Ministry in Danger of Attack by Terrorists in Mozambique
CBN News has learned Heidi Baker's ministry Iris Global is in danger of attack by terrorists in Mozambique.
Pence Vows Trump Admin Is Aiding Middle East Christians, Fighting Bureaucratic Delays
Vice President Mike Pence assured conservative Christian activists and donors Saturday night that the Trump administration is still following through on its promise to provide direct assistance to Iraqi and Syrian Christians despite complaints that some religious minorities groups have not seen the promised aid.
Christians Unite in Prayer and Fasting before North Korea Summit
In view of the U.S.-North Korea Summit taking place on June 12th, Open Doors USA has called Christians to spend the previous 24 hours in prayer.