The very first official foreign visit to Pennsylvania Avenue goes to the U.K.'s leader, who is expected there this Friday.
The nuclear-capable missile suffered 'serious malfunction' during a test off the coast of Florida in late June, Sunday Times reports. Opposition leaders raise concerns about a possible cover-up.
Some see decision by President Trump's daughter and son-in-law as befitting Jewish law and reflecting 'embrace of the world,' and justify inaugural forays apparently approved by an anonymous Orthodox rabbi.
The South London Liberal Synagogue is pitching in to an 'Abraham's tent' project sponsored in part by the government, aimed at getting houses of worship involved in sheltering Syrians, Guardian reports.
The city is the Islamic State's last major stronghold in the country.
Trump's spokesman Sean Spicer says leaders will meet on January 31, the week after senior officials of both administrations hold bilateral talks in Washington.
The People's Daily said no amount of 'word bombs,' such as U.S. Secretary of State-nominee Rex Tillerson's South China Sea remarks, could stop China's military drills.
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