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The two presidents have shown that they can talk, but have yet to prove that they can work together on challenges looming ahead.
 
Something new is happening in a health care debate dominated for seven years by the twists and turns of Barack Obama's signature law. The focus has shifted to ideas from President Donald Trump and GOP lawmakers in Congress, and most people don't like what they see.
 
The twin bombings of churches in Egypt suggest that Islamic State group jihadists are lashing out as they find themselves coming under increasing pressure in Iraq and Syria, analysts say.
 
One question President Tsai Ing-wen must ask herself now is whether relations between Taiwan and Japan have improved since she was inaugurated on May 20 last year.
 
The U.S. missile strike on Syria contained a clear message for North Korea and its main ally China, analysts said, but not one strong enough to push Pyongyang off its nuclear weapons path.
 
Big U.S. corporations have identified a new strategy for managing irate investors at annual shareholder meetings: Going virtual.
 
What was the U.S. President trying to achieve with one-off strikes on a Syrian air base?
 
On March 23, a funeral was held in Northern Ireland for Martin McGuinness, a top commander of the violent Irish Republican Army (IRA), who later joined the British-brokered peace process.
 
Friday's strike on a Syrian airbase marks the first direct U.S. attack on the Damascus regime, raising questions about the potential impact on American forces working to defeat the Islamic State group.
 
What if Marine Le Pen wins in May? Two weeks before the French cast their first presidential ballots, the specter of victory for the far-right leader who promises to crack down on immigration and outlaw gay marriage sends shivers down many a spine.
 
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