Japan's prime minister was the first world leader to meet with Trump after the November election.
A sharp shift in tone toward Germany, casting the euro as fuel for that country's massive trade surplus, has raised concerns that the U.S. president's trade-centric world view may see the euro not as a geopolitical plus, but as another needless bit of multilateralism.
The foreign secretary said the U.K. will continue its "joyous exploration of other European culture."
The coin was unveiled by the U.S. Mint and Treasury, to mark the department's 225th year.
The digital currency 'quietly doubles in size year-on-year, it's covering more and more territory, surprising more and more pundits, and being adopted by more and more people.'
Trump downplayed the call he took from Taiwan's President Tsai.
Greece cannot handle more austerity.
His plan would create a more dynamic, but also a riskier, financial system.
Rarely can a country's leader have caused such chaos impacting an entire population.
The populist surge behind Trump, like Brexit, had racial and cultural influences, not just economic.
Sterling has already lost 10 percent of its value overnight. And a further 10 percent drop is likely.
England and Wales' new £5 note with Sir Winston Churchill on the back is an eco-friendly alternative to traditional paper-cotton notes.
Scotland's fiscal deficit is much worse than the U.K. as a whole.
Ramen noodles are more valuable than tobacco, according to a study of U.S. prisoners.
Corporations must be held accountable for employees under extreme pressures at work.
The Kremlin is concerned about losing revenue from oil.
The U.K. has been presented with an opportunity to strengthen its economy in the long run.